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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta B FOOH LETHBRtDGE DATt.? HERM.n TUESDAY. JUNKTVlOl'i Che Derail) and (ME LETHBRIOGE HERALD PRINT INC COMPANY, LIMITED W Mh South, LtUibridgi W A. lucnanin Mm using DlreeSos ftta Builnen TELEPHONES Surir.m Offio Miterial 1224 Audit Bvrtau cf lublcrlptlon -Rttu: HUlT. delivered, per wtek DtllT, per year bj mall, per year J5.0 Weekly, by mill, per soldiers, disemboweling, uiuti'atlus thorn, breaking their bones, dashing out their brains, chopping them into mincemeat; and all this with a lux- ury of detail in which the turoc-ily is united with gluttony. "Uermau Saus- age" avows the inscription with culi- nary cynicism. Elsewhere one reads, bullet, a Russian; each shell, a Frenchman; each grenade, an Eng- lishman; each torpedo, a ship." Hut if we come down to submarines, Gothas, Berthas, Joy changes into de- riurn. Ships sink, the drowning ight for Ufa; houses crumble down, owns burn up; It is an orgy ol brutal- ly. Yet one scums to hear the heavy 'russlan laughter when she whom hey call "My Aunt. Madame Bertha ot Essen." enormous virago of steel rushes upon a poor liitle pale wilh terror under her red bonnet 'He laughs best who laughs to-day replies Jiarianne. who as r mailer of fact went on smiling a the lime! I-astly the following charming pi ly, bymti) peryeiflo B.S..JJ.W Datet ot expiry ot-rubtcriptloni nr dally on addretl BM ot piper I alter expiration data fit iQthority to contlnut tht rrlDtloa. THE FLIGHT ACROSS THE ATLANTIC. The successful accomplishment of the flight across the Atlantic means something more than a test of en- durance and courage. To most people it must appear that, so far as any- thing of particular ulilily goes, noth- ing has been gained beyond Ibe fact that we have in. this world intrepid :the world .can feel jusiiy .prpu'd. the spec- tacular-'nature; of ot 'litre, has been durTtis.-the times preliminary loathe flight mneh. knowledge of 'a useful ture 'repeated ia 'numenjus examples An English, French soldie A Rusilan soldier, hands 'lied, their, faces grimacin hung on three gibbets. -No other coa ment than tho one word "Pas." A( this time when so many indi nant and supplicating cries are raise on the other side of the Rhine, the vulgar postcards-are'there to rere to us the German soul in'its brut nakedness-and recall war thi made against us, what peace 'th would .nave made. .-_--. ledicinc Hat Mayor Predict; Greatest Development Will Be On 1'acilic Coast city. TORONTO, Juno' be jre manufaeturors' association V tie Dominion, at Ihe request of it resident. Issued some days ago iavor M. A. Drown of Medicine Hat Jheria. president of the Alberta In Instrial Develormenl Association- an Nitfnitor o! tho luQUslrial Ccttvod oil's to be held in Alberta Ibis j-ear aroused the interest ot all aud create ,1 profound impression by bis declar 'The nnd the West of Canad will never be industry di i-eloped en the iirsiriw. He declare mat the only true means .of "inBiu -tout economic independence vathi the Dominion is to bring about-such development of Ihe marvellous resou cos of the West that the country wl he evenly balanced from a trado an rconomic standpoint." Continuing Mr. Brown said: "The great advance in trade with tho rears to come will take place, o the Pacific Coast, and by Pacific Coa I mean that section of this confine King the Pacific and adjacent It for many hundred of miles." Speaking ot the possibilities of the future the speaker stirred the age by saying: ten years the farmers of the West will need and need badly-our own home markets because ot what will then have been tie growth .of ag- riculture in regenerated Russia, and the consequent dlminishment of oar own export market for the products of our western farms." The following were the speakers at the dinner: 0. B. Nicholson, M. P. chairman of High Cost of Living Com minion; Mayor M. A: Drown, JSedicme Hat; Lloyd Harris. Canadian Trade Commission, London, and W. C. Good rtct taxation. In Canada the -Finance preslllent Oi the United Farmers o Minister estimates customs 'receipts Ontario. Lloyd Harris length i west thereto or.omlc Independence. Mr. Brown was loudly applauded, condudlns he said; -Canadians in is great hour of her Xatioiuil history ust EtanJ for recognition ol con- ituteJ aulovrlly and brini; to justice ose who talk sedition ani who seei overlhrcw thoir governments. "This a free and democratic ho jni-luded, "but Soviet aud Anarchist ust be banished from oar shores ami rishts of CanadJaa pro- Governor Brett then spofce briefly nd invited eastern manulacturtrs to llvrla In August when lie would try entertain them while in the Cap- PA iICKED UP IN ASSING LO.VDOX, Juao conference Saturday _________ ot rcprescnta- tve-s of grain producing Interests of Canada, Australia, South Africa and Iho United Kingdom at tho offices oi the Brllish Producers' Asso- ciation passed n resolution lhat it was essential to adopt without delay mea- sures to render (he empire Ecltsup' porting In all essential tfooJstufta ntid that tho overseas dominions are prepared to cordially co-operalo 1" any policy ot the Drltish govtromout to promote the agricultural [utcrcsls of the motherland, provided the prin- ciples ot imperial preference aro in- corporated in any measure1 involving of Imports, ond that His Ms fOR THE HUSV MAN J. A. Cote, assistant deputy mini- sler of tho Interior, died ot Ollawa. John Alywia Donby. Iho JOyear-oH son ot Ur. J. J. Dauby. Ottawa, was drowned in a canoe accident near Windsor, XoVa Scotia. Rov 13. A. Eurchman. pislor ot St Paul's IVcsbylerlan Church. 1'ort llopo, has been Invited to assume the position of assistant pastor to Her. n. U. Cochrauo of College Street 1'res- byterian Church, Toronlo. DIRECT'AND INDIRECT (TAXATION., c The Tirtri.e-'pf a.dfrect las as com- pared to an': Indirect'tai -is that the has some definite ..idoa'p! what he and in the latter a very Tague one.- The fundamental difference, says he Toronto Globe, be'.ween'tbe Brit- sh and Canadian Budget is of course n the proportions of direct and indi RAYMOND (From Our Own 'RAYMOXD, June Weather con- ditions arc excellent for Grain it only we had a little more ra'.n to things up a bit. The grain Is not suffering extensively, yet two weeks1 time things will then be- gin to look serious: in June. 1911, following the dry year of IMO, things were looking pretty sick, much more so than at the present time. The dry winds from the southwest licksd ur. every of moisture ai-allible unlit the 23rd day of June, when it began raining and it rained and rained and raineJ! There is plenty of time yet Ye had a rain that -did cousiilerablf cood last nishL IRON SPRINGS (From Our Own CorrtsoonJenO IRON SPRINGS, Thi splendid showers on Friday erenin will help the later crops.' Much. more will be neeiled immediately, as (he warm winds dry the land very tor the cuent year which wonld boVonslderably over- per cent, of the total revenue that ce per cen, o e o our rae mnr Hnects to derire from taxation. -In Ljjan soldiers in Frauce. ;Mr. Nichpl- p .1 __ industrial we refer to is that of a net.'iind in what will become an linportant "science ot the century witnessed transportation teingSade possible in a new element, nameiy-rpieteorolpgical-sclence. We read thai during the days the.aviat- making ready for their flights, for the llrst time in history IhoTurfaCB conditions prevailing in that great stretch of ocean between Europe and North America have been charted 'and linked up with the known conditions prevailing in the British Isles and the Western Atlantic sea- board .Here, the London Daily Mail, in referring Eo the Information, is knowledge invaluable to Ihe air- men, but also of great importance to the industrial has learn- ed to look lo the weather bureau for Ipformation useful lo the farmer, the earnings' above ?650 a year, he pays miner, and chemical manufacturer. Laies on only a few articles of I tobacco, tea. I fee, cocoa, sugar. The heaviest of Imposts he escapes if hfc er a drinker nor a smoker. No what hra expenditures are he You'll be Proud to Own a Mason Risen Cardinal Mercler. Arcnblsliop ot Malines and Primate ot llrigram, the lauuiuii in i heroic prelate who defied Iho Germans Jessy's government he recommended to arrest him when thoy invaded Uol- o remove wheat control as soon as giuni, will arrive in York in Sep- shipping and tonnage nro j tember tor a brief visit. iva ilable. Arthur Norton, ot Coalccoote, lias sed away whilo sitting at his desk in his homo, writing a leller to.hls wile In 18SS lie started the manufacture of the Norton ballbearing titling Jack, which ovenlually made him rich and famous, for he won Iho distinction of being Ihe largest manufacturer of I such jacks in Iho world. Joa Taillon pleaded guilty to an Ingenious theft of rum destined for 'sailors, in Ihe N.vry. -hose base Is at Espulmault, 11. C., In n car shipped from Halital to tho coast were clovjBn barrels of rum, Rich containing 45 gallons, and being the property ot tho British Government mickly.' NOSLEFORD (Fmn Our Own Contii NOBLEFORB, June 16. -A smart ytacbre rs of Ca_nada Lto our (rade mnrk by Can of'rain'on Monday afternoon followed by a good soaVnS rain last- Ing about nn hour and a half.and more again last evening have all united to much" improve the state ol the soil in this neighborhood. The farmers'are all looking pleased, and new automobiles aro being Ulked of in some quarters, showing a decidedly promising condition of the crops. ORION (Frc.-n Our Owii OrrcEtwnrtenO ORION'. June 13.-This part was fav red on the 9th with a-good ram which EL TASO, Texas. June can sent into Meiico last night to stop tiie indiscriminate firing across the border fought their first general engagement with the Mexican rehel forces of Francisco Villa nt Iho Jaurei track shortly after 5 o'clock Ibis morn- ing Villa's troops were driven from tho rack trock by rifle ond maclilno enn fire and many prisoners were re- ported laken by the United States cavalry, according to llio official re- >orl issued at military headquarters. Tho Mexirau rebels and tocJeral troops tattstti in the streets of Jaurez Saturday night ond Sunday night, many on both sides being tilted. Many bullets from tho rebel guns came across the river, anil two persons were killed and seven ivoumied on tho United States side. Sold on easy terms if de- sired. Ask us for style booklet. ISOHMU1M10 Balmoral Block "The Home of the. Vlolrola" and sont -west for the U60 ot tho Bail- ors. Tho car happened to bo held at Cobalton on account of tho embargo on goods going west and while lu tho yards an entrance was ma do lulo one barrel by boring through the. floor of tha cuv. According to a return tabled In Parliament, 39S applications tor div- orce have been received by the Dom Inlon Senate since confederation and 341 Lirorce bills have been passed by the Upper House. During the present session, up to May os divorce petitions have been received and 42 divorces have been recom- help all the late sown oats am Great Britain, on the other hand, only sou referred at length lq Biclse Estate dulies Stamps...... tas...... 'House duty Income tax profit duty Land value duties 500.000 -jedta mai i cumu laiiut.a j rebellion against constituted authorit> wmk week putting in land against recognized union labor it-1 CARDSTDN I self. CARDSTON, Juae fine thund- Urges National Unity ur last evening.has freshened Jiayor Brown's address was well rth everything in this It Iceived He urged in" a vigoroas heaviest to tie south-east. Gram eech the necessity'for National nn- crops are not suffering as .yet >ut are ity wt .a National policy: sciene not making 1! iAiuu IDIUD unn' I Jfy aBQ '3 r-iallOliai >U1. I UK i i '.WUIe'flie British wage-earner is ajrelopmenl ot natural resources. He Bna grass and hay are .suffering. ncnr aublect to the income tax on his kaia west and east wouln never- be un- good -general rain and we all aia west and east woun never- goo ited until industry developed on. th 9 are going to nave it. this weeR. tall prairies. He predicted that the great- wheat in several PEACE HUNS WOULD HAVE HADE. A French writer places in picinr- fashion the peace terms enemy.JTtho r now whining over the j toucfed peace .terms imposed on him, would Iiave made If yon wlah to understand he wriUs, than by recollection, which i apt> grow fainter, what the Prus- iraines. lie preaicicu ,u development of the future' would end will be in the boot this. week. as oa the Pacific CoastTfefernng to SKIFF possibilities of foreign, trade 'on: Pac- SKIFF June "--Crops are looking ic trade routes which might be secur- grand around Skiff this .year. The .d by western industries.- He predict-1 nrifle ed that farmers of the .west .would winter rye which .wi.. I greatly home markets for. pro- for the binder. There are 300 acres compared.with his wjitin ten years On account of of It and 11 Is an even aland. Canadian brother, who is iaied- on development of agriculture..In Russia This district had showers last he boys. There is and consequently limited ,our export night and this morning and present ii, TMt markel He scored eastern'manulac- dicalions are for more lo, follow, between Lnt- not 7i5iting fre- Nearly all the seeding Is done except and Canadian finance: every aoj learning true'conditions. lltUa and green feed. Breaking --V--' Pn... I isu anu finance: every aoj learning true conniiiuiis. i u uiuo ,s apt to grow fainter what th. rnj. wagMarn- [h an address of haJraii hour.which ttlll continues. slan oi the War, the vlclorlous Junker, Treasury un- rung with a trne ._.ALONG C. N. RAILWAYS felt, hoped, simply go to the I er goes inu> iuo P I. Dewambei" near the Made- IhatT eat would have meant to the Uie, Is included in the h.gher -wnat oeiuaL go (g itft CanlllBn. pro. strikes you most at Ucers, The Briton knows precisely fcrit U the U.K.U. the frigh.M vul- what the government of the country these -pictures. You him. The -Canadian doe. not for a line, a'ahade, a know, under a system worthy to he mentioned, lot' p.eaaea tor higllef' National TORONTO, June 10.-A detailed ____and said that .people ot.Canada crop report coverins the vast tern- were not thinking in National terms, lories served by the western lines of vigorous nd sectional le westero in Alberta wbicb BP nduslrial Congress 'and.. faid'lhat'.this s eastern o visit-' the west. -He ;an eloqnent appeal for '.of easterri manufacturers to assist in .Be- If the-postcard alma at grandiose aol emnily-'-there. are Innumerable Ger- To. watch Oalt Garaens lading their heavy, twinged Valkyries, i fe hair like ship cables, ateel Ireajlplates and helmets, with gleam ing rained toward the skies or Silver has jone up in value, and ,______ ridiculously, caparisoned I '5 more trampling on dead and wound ed Ihe trappings of the Siidule by BenUnllom excepted, 1 tear nolh LDeutschland here-lpunding a little many cannot be overcome! Here'is a collection! in Very good taste tailed "The Circus and the Ani Ons tees Uie Allies under the and amiable forma o! ani- To preserve healthy teeth tho orda- nury tooth-paste futile.-You must first oare'for :the gums, on which tooth iKalth depends. How iaany' people thmt of this r. Yet four out ol Eve people over forty suffer from gum-dcciy, or (Risks' H At first the gums become tender, though actual gum-shrinkage 13 im- pcrccntiblo. But in time receding tuins waisurcly loosen your teeth, and then' only a dcatist can save tneai. The blcodbg gums oi PyonhKi iicm ui also- ju 50 many doorrrayn lor IB ready germs to enter tho system- idling joints or causing othpr aumcnts. M. Forhan's (for Iho Gums) prevents tfcr.o and used, consistently. Tim mana that it pre- vents gum-tcndcrncp, pim-bTceding. So, automatically, Forhan's prevents tooth loosening.. l Brash your teeth ivith it.. It scica-, tffically cleans Iho them white and clean. :7 t If gum Ehrffiiagc has already set ia, stait using Forhan's r.nd consult a dtr-'-t immediately for .1 350 nd 6CC tubes. All Druggists. LTD., SI. Mnci FOR HOUDAY Be sure-, dial- jour tujlidiy shoppbg jndtiies': se.vera! .i, iiloidw' pleasing comfort of .._.. -Trie.'jride variety of to most attractive surrunw Ettft Sport and Rtcrtalion. Is divided Into three----- prairie and -western. The first ant! report generally favor- able conditions and sufficient mois- laro and growlh with good pros- pects. prairie district in (Jiilte a miin- p in .Be- 1 ter 0( a need of rain. the unlimited resources. to the company show that i The' Dominion Textile Company, o Montreal, recently held its annoa meeting" wnerfi a financial report was j presented which, according to. The Montreal Oaiette, showed that "man- ufacturing profits for the year recent- It- ended were against IS03.371 In 1917-18, an increase of or In excess of per Q amiauiu iw. iua i na13-nuS4 serpenu, monVeys, bears cent, and .rfbstanllally more than or pits barking, crawling, grunting, double Iboae of the previous year, grimacing under Ihe lash of a trainer .-Mter all including with a'vainglorious smile and Kaiser- for war and Income taxes, a like inbuatache drtased-.ln the uni- newly-established pension fund, ana form bf the Prussian 'Guards. replacement .reserve, there remained But'all this Is nothing compared for'common Stick illslributlon the the huge debauch" of cruel Joy com of or cijoa! to 81.2 pe: ahooi the whole ot Oermanf ajalnU 21.9 per cent. In 1S1J-1S, during' the first months of the in- snd 15.6 per cent the year before." va'siori1' The Idea of the Prussian sol-1 And yet we-hear ol the argument dier trampling under loot the aoll of that a tariff Is necessary lo Uelglno France la nymbollsed in allos Induslries fo survive! hnnibtr} Of posfcarda_ under the. form ot' "ffotosial boots dririnB, before .the. Allied nnd belmoled soldier, hut with a great ftna a cooi, or n porX- kulcher, fcutllns Ihe throats of our Wm. Wedn, once principal ic B. N. McDonnld, a young farmer ot Duramer twvnsKIp, was chosen as lid ate for the Ontkrlo legislature by 1-SiBt. i'elerboro farmers. Dressy Piimp for Summer Wear BOR.-THE GUMS present lime. F porting ntongH: wheat IhriV' heavy rains have fallen over a large part of the area and tho prairie dis- trlct, Ihorcfore. should be making i .ill Illll I I normal progress at the present COLLECTIONS NEXT TO GETTING BUS- INESS 13 0ETTINO PAID FOR IT. ARE SPECIALISTS GOVERNMENT REFCST3 AUDITS AND CONSULTING ACCOUNTANCY Agents for the Shaw Correi- pondenca Schools. R. C. FARHIS SERVICE AQENCY 6 Macdonald Block Phono 161S Got of 245 places repo Ihe C.N.H. 12V report the. ing, with weather and other condl- tlona good ami prospects brlgtil. Good As In 1915 SASKATOON, June Last night there van a heavy downponr of rain in the district between -Kindersley, Calgary, Edmonton dnd Hardisty. There was n amount' of hail on tho eastern fringe pf the A severo electrical storm broke in tic Watrous west of Snska- toon. but r.o damage was done. Crops in the Oooao .I-fifco. country and north or it. are said to le equal 10 thoae of 1515. W.I. NELSON 620, 3rd Avenue S. f I.......mi II METROPOLITAN LIFE any oilier company In tho tho Gain In Insurance In force (l.arster than any clticr1 company In the 882.3M.C09 r company In _ A New Daily Ail-SSseplng-Car Train rrom Coast to Coast, malting fastest time between''tw- niinala.of any.tfanscontinoatal train in America, Leaves Calgary 0.45 a.m. daily, reaching Vancouver in 25 hours. East-tiotiua train leaves Cnlgnry 9-30 Pf- daily itor Winnipeg, Toronto nnd Montreal. limited to Sleeping-Car Only, FIRST TRAIN JUNE 2nd Tor renrvationi npply to my aatnl llio ;