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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGf! PAILY She e, Hlberta DAILY AND WKKLY. -iuiacmpTioN RATESH delivered, per year.. Daily, by'awll. per year... Weekly, by mall, per year. 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES; 1252 122) Business Office..........r. Editorial Offlce W. A. Buchanan John Torrancl Hanallnr Director Business Maaas ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The most satisftictory war of yesterday comes from Flanders, where the 'British have again resum- ed Uie offensive, and takeu more Ger- man trenches. few details ot the movements are at hand, however. In the Dardanelles, the Turkish re- tlstance to the Allied forces is grad- ually' weakening. The Italians con. tinue.ihe invasion of Trent with good success, although the are preparing to offer a. stubborn resist- mice. In Galicia, the Russians are still holding back the German hordes, though they have been compelled to give ground in one or two directions. In the vicinity of the Stry River, how- they have captured numerous prisoners and guns. t French airmen accomplished a feat en Tuesday when they penetrated as fur as Kailsruho in Germany, and dropped bombs on the town. The Ger- man: Zeppelins retaliated yesterday by raiding towns on the northeast coast cf England. The ludicrous part of the affiir is that the Germans are resent- ing the attack on an open town by Freach airmen, while' their Zeppelins been pursuing these tactics since the beginning of the war. .rouble. have to view her relations with tlio rest of tho world from i different from now oiv and .as sopn we 'better mix- era our old -prejudices and tears w'lil vanish 'and we shall corres- pondingly progress .towards tho great-, er future that lies ttefcrc :is. OUR POlXT .OF VIEW ATTITUDE TOWARDS OUR NEAREST MEiGHBQB Is the average.Britisher or Ameri- can', sufficiently grateful that he was American or Britisher, and in "BonTBritisher, for brei itj 's sake, are including the Canadian' If not.-ithls war should change his point of 'view. When we read of the spy systems the underhand work and the dupjieltypracticed by some of our op- ponents and other races, and when we consider the under-which waj jOf those of other nationalities livej'.'we ought to get down on Qiir kneei and thank the Great Power Above that ws are as we are. We get the morning; without thought of 4anger, we go down to busfneis with- out a spy following any of us, and we can to a neighbor on the way without being watched, and we do not Jive; in continual fear of someone list- ening at the keyhole, so we are not contihuai'iy wondering whether this is trap or that is a trap to catch us unawares. Only those who have liy- the latter conditions, in eoli- fitant fear of their lives and liberty, c'ani properl} appreciate the differ ence -wnr pise. let us at'least hone that it wr.l sifl the wheat from the chaff, and that i we shall in future know our friends from our foes, and that we do not I3iave to'be overweening polite to those 15n our house, and mav be our guests, '-whom we know or think are spies in i dieguise, and traitors to the hospital Ity they are making good use of i We-have considered, too many of n8 in Canada, that ws could hot trust J to the south, especially TV hen a fair reciprocity treaty was of us, but after we have expend- ,ed aS the prejudice we have to spare. i and after we have said that we have to sav against co-operation m Germany believes Bulgaria to he un- friendly. That is -Important news, comments a military, critic In the To- ronto Globe. It is proved conclusively by the seizure of 11 cargo of machine siine and rifles en route from Sweden to Bulgaria by. sea. They were ou board s. Danish steamer, and were tak- en poisesslon of by a German sub- marine. If Germany had not been reasonably certain that the arms were to be used against; her ally, Turkey, she.would not given mor- tal offence to liuluaria, which is not yet an avowed enemy, by seizing the It Bulgaria had not intended sc arainKt. Germany's ally, she -would not liave had them shipped by the tremendously round- about way of the Atlantic and Medit- erranean, hut would have had them sent through.Germany and Austria in bond. The. incident indicates that Bul- garia is remaining neutral, as Italy did, only till 'her supply of war ma- terial is sufficient. Because he would not concern him- self with exchange and finance and company promotion and the other pastimes of tho .financial world, feut spent his waking hours among his unexcelled collection of animals at Trias, his late father has cut Lionel Walter the new Lord Rothschild, off with a paltry a year, 'leaving; the rest of his sisan- rortune and the partnership in the immensely powerful house of Roth- schild to'his. second son. The Roth- schild ambition is money and more money and so the eldest son is pun- ished for neglecting the ideal and de- his time instead to studying the wild animals of the world. He might have been doing mucli worse, ut.his father thought he had wasted IS life. When will the rkh set away. rom the idea that money is the only God to serve? If money was the ail in all, where would the world be to- ay? H would be a world without esearchV'. without universities and without learning bushiest u ith our nearest neighbor, does it not seem very paltry in coui panson to the antipathies, and mis trust that are evident, and have been evident in the relations that the Eu ropean nations have borno towards each other One apparent effect of the war has so far been to .draw the English-speaking peoples nearer toeether, as.they will te the future Co operation in bust- seal, as in manv other things, has to cone, as our interests are identical of government identical'and ounJfloughtB and ideas .re so similar and" so far removed from those oj other great nations, that :o be folly for us to stand too far aloof and cut off our owji noiee to lotte our .fares aelfwvideat that this war has the! need of alliance! and lombina So how do' we impose to lead a We ot isolation and keep onr dts tMKe from our nearut leifhbor when ii only a shadow line between "We! Our poeition, carefully studied, dliplays the faeV that1 we eooM soon a etatas at splendid Isolation, which on tie other hand, would be vul (jelkkle, provided ne 'ingenious plan But the scheme was not ac- cepted, but he was sent to Rotter dam to spy on the- German espionage headquarters tnere THAT IS FOR EVER ENGLAND These laid the world away; poured out the red Sweet wine of youth; gave up the years to be Of work and joy, and that unhoped sereno That men call age; and those who would liave been Their Eons, they immor- tality. If ]'should dio, think only only'.this of me That there's some corner of a foreign field- That is for ever England. There shall he In that rich earth a richer dust con- oealed, A'dust whom England bore, shaped, made aware, Gave, once, her flowers to love, her ways to roam, A body of England's breathing Eng- lish air, Washed, by the rivers, blest by suns of home. __By Meut. Rupert Brooke, who lately LARGE SUM FOR SUFFRAGE New York, N.Y., June in- ontory filed here today of the pro- pertv in the will of the late Mrs Frank Leslie will be turned over to Mrs. MAGIC BAKING POWDER CONTAINS NO ALUM reowBeixl Magic BnkuiJ wbeintf the be.1 aurwt ami anal healthful baking Pcwwr TORONTO, ONT. ---------EAL_ )ortunity''for'a lhat "bheol" is not the grave: ._ endcnt from the following facts (1st) "Qcber" is the correct Hebrew word for 'grave It occurs at least 70 times llm-01d Testament (2nd) plui- al "Qeber" oiten ist 2t XXIII 6. (3rd) never lo- JX >x. v. -Always IS, s no nuiviauai-s >nu_ivi- dual's "Qcher" (2 Sam III ,82) loth) The bodv never goes to bhe- ol" alwajs to "Qeber" (6th) No me ever placed'another m oheol they do in 'fQcher" (Gen L, 5} (7th) No dug j. "Qebers can he dug (Gen L 5) (Sth) "Nephesh" (Heh tor 'person etc gccurs over 700 times in the Old TestamfSt, hat never once docs it go to "Qebcr" The body goes to the soul to (the unseen state) V.hat is true o! the Hehtew words "Sbcol and her" is, also-true oi the Greek words "Hades" and "Mnemelbn" respect- ively Moreoier, conversations are recorded as.taliing m 'She il. n l.iiln lfl-3l I. finally came to Manitoba in 1893, said to him it was for ten years that he had awaited him. He came west as superior oi all the oblate mis- sions m the northwest, but the fol- lowing year was appointed to the pastorate or St Marj's church, IVm- nipeg On June 22, 1891, the great Tache, who for half a 1 (centurv labored in the northwest, died m St Boniface The question of "QebeK his successor immediatelj' became ,a jjv There live topic in Catholic circles, but in "Sbeol" often the papers of the.late archbishop it nfl'vluual developed that 'Father Langevin was lis selection for successor, and- this was finally confirmed at'Bonie in the following year. The Catholic popula- tion, then :in the midst o! a struggle for the restoration of .separate schools, looked forward-hopefully to the young prelate, eloquent and con- sumed with a herv zeal, with im- mense capacities for .work. As .priest.of St. Mary's he had been in the forefront the fight, and now he plunged into the federal campaign, touring'the province of .Quebec-.and declaring from every 'i pulpit that no Catholic could vote for an opponent of the famous Manitoba'remedial bill without being gwitj of mortal sin He, however, failed fo win the un- broken support of his felloe bishops or to carry the Quebec electorate and Russei' after 'the elections, -appeals Vto'Rome crvmg were taken concerning his agitation] Rqme replied by affirming, the ne- cessity of Christian education in schools under control of the church, praised thei zeal of Archbishop Langovin, IS ut 11 avoife the farce, ol s. r _ih? this by crvng ways fails to explain why used Reduction Second C.blh to All Ste.mere Montreal-Liverpool Service Met.aama 8 Mlisanable Metagam. Mluinable 3 For full apply any Railway or Steamehip Aoent, er W. C CASEY, 210 Portage Avenue, The Scotch Service Popular for 50 Montreal to Glasgow jr n "'J .-AMANDRA Excellent cabin and ao commodation Rate. 15000, and respectively. cabin passengers only. These steamers are twin and are large, comfortable and wry tSady at sea Service St.nd.rd. For other information apply to any raw road, steamship .gent'or H.' E. LIDMAN, General Aaeirt Winnipeg, Main St. Ph. Vancouver, 531 GranvH'e Street. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LAIHD. JOHN Airt OMltrt V. C. BROWN. Cfftra CAPITAL, RESERVE SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest al illowed m all dtposite at mat upw.irds. attention is pven to account. Small welcomed. Acconnte may opened and operated bjr malt Accounts may be opcpfd in the of two or moK 'drawala to made by any one of them or by the ;