Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
Ictbbrfbge letbbrttye, Hlbcrta OAILY AND WtlKLY public utilltlM. Then It no question, thtt many ft CdBjoBton'a pendltures to unwarranted! high compared with (astern cities. Dally, delivered, per week 100 Dally, delivered, per year ......15.00 CiilT. by mall, per year........13.00 IVartljr, by mill, per year TELEPHONES Business Office 3 Editorial Office............... 1334 John Business ilaaaav DAILY HERALD itattal tor W. A. Buohann Managing Director Your King and Country need you right now! ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The end of the war, It is believed, is fast approaching. Observers wit- ness in the events that come to pass flow on the battle fronts, the begin- nlng of final things. 'The German army, harrassed by the continued stub- horn defence of Verdun by the French and the impossibility of penetrating the British front, and depressed by the stupendous losses they are sustain- ing, with the fact of the disintegration of the -Austrian forces staring them in the face, are rapidly losing that great essential in a perfect fighting ma chine, their morale. They are begln- Lloyd George did wonders as chan ccllor ot the exch.ea.uer, minister o munitions and Irish conciliator. Sure y we can trust him as war minister In a quarrel OTer an actress one Chinaman stabbed another at Van couver, Chinaman allee sameo white man. The Y. M. C. A. will be needed in the future more than It has ever been needed in the past. Why not save it from failure without delay? Why not try and get Warburton, the whirlwind money raiser from To- ronto, here to put the local Y. M. C. A. its feet financially? Ho Is going o conduct a campaign in Calgary. Did you ever note that the sketches n the American papers all show th ig party leaders to be very corpu ent? .Likely that is why they ar anked as heavyweights in the part ounclls. laUruta ill of ui, no matter we on the .lira, In the or factors PICKED IN FOR THE BUSY MAN w women whose 'husbands at front only have to present at the offlce to obtain re- payment of the price of their i was the. alluring invitation recently bakers ashed Jon tho screen of .11 moving P breStl CMts a loi" in Frankfort. There osier, who has been was a general movement toward tho er of the Ccbourg, branch of the Dom race, but instead of receiving their for 36 years, is retiring. money, all were bundled off in patrol agons to the police headquarters, I hern they were informed that, since they had money enough to squander! n amusements, the city would cut off The Lords Day Alliance is protest, elr usual allowance. That's the Ger- Ing against the UBO of public baths an way -and still poor ignorant sol- iu Toronto on Sunday, ers are'fighting to retain a nation! th such characteristics. They are Almost n million bushels of last be pitied. nave been shipped from High Hivor station. Moore, for four or live HiB" ..._, Arthur McLean, hardware mercS- says. His gift of silence, is one of aat, for 23 years a resident of South' the secrets of his power over I Edmonton, is dead. ning to realize the impossibility of Victory for them, and this fact means the beginning of the end. The Germans continue to deliver their heavy attacks on the Verdun front, hut they gain little. The Aus- trians are completely demoralized on the Russian front, and the capture of Czernowitz is being followed up with more successes by the Russians. In Athens, Greece, conditions con- tinue to be very unsatisfactory for the allies. Insults on behalf of officials which the government does not at- tempt to stop are continued. 'In the meantime the allies are, preparing a strong set of demands for the Greek government, blockade -of i Greek ports is being continued. As one means of eipressing the fra ternal feeling between the people New Zealand and the people of nada, the Christchurch Press, a New Zealand'paper, suggests that the gov eminent' "and parliament of that do niniou ask tke acceptance by the Ca authorise, of the gift of a new chair to replace, in the re- aovated of the oae in the recent Ire. A Denial of the riporti of the na- tioaal conventions of the big political In United State. conv.ys the impression that there is a good deal at flrfn, them. Though that mayrbe. it must he admitted that these gatherings with their circus fea- tures, select strong, earnest, able men as candidates, and outline platforms crowd. power over the Lord Roberts was popular un- There is more or less work Every furnace demands some attention. But there is no reason why the twice-a-day job should be anything but pleasant. And to save a little tinw a little bother every day means a lot in the course of the'winter. The Sumhirjo any one c.n look after Without either clothes or temper The doer is large enough for the biggest coat shovel The grates are strqng and turn easily. The ash-pan catches all th' without the need of shoveUinf. The water- pan is located so that it can be filled gulcMp. Ash-dust cannot escape when the Sunshine is being shaken down. None of that light dust floats about the house or the basement. The damper and the check draft can be reg- ulated from tipstairs-aiid perfectly too. The close-fitting doors and dampers hold the fire for hours without waste. was popu til he began to preach, aod ..__ Lord! Senator Reed Smoot, of Charles Beresford was taken seriously chairmanship of the Re. as a sailor until he took himself Ser-'P NatioMI Committee, lously as a prophet. The .public for- but men of anting to talk iu mono- syllables. It believes that stillness is the mark of strength. said Quincy Adams, pointing to a bust of 'There was' a fool who mouth shut There is a very prominent man in the affairs of Ca- nada at the present time, who could aged 62- very well profit by this -description of the outstanding characteristics of very great man. of Ral- sister, Susan, Is dead, "aged 71. A. .Ferguson, a former member of the Nova Scotia legislature, died at Edmonton. James isugont, in. charge of the mathematical department of the Corn- will High School for many years, is Why not a tend on' every farm and rein flsh every day lor the farmer. The farmer likes fresh nth but an't always get it. The United city coluc" Action may be taken against Wind- tor milk dealers under the War.Mea- sures Act, unless they can justify en 'high price.they are charging. Captain Frank Adams, 186th Bat tallon, city engineer, was presented with s a purse of gold by Chatham tatts government thinks it can over- ome this'difficulty by utilizing the onds which abound on moat farms or the pfcrposes of ash culture. It is I repared, to take the Forest, notary, of Lachine was placed under arrest, charge't CIVIC EXPENDITURES BAST AND WEST A citizens league, an active organ- ization in wdstence at Edmonton, hat been enlightening the electors of tha city on municipal matters. It hai co figures to show that munlclpa administration in that city far mor expensire than m cittet as large o larger in Eastern Canada. Some o these flmrea are turprisuig. Ed monton has a population of ;as compared with in London ani m Hamilton, yet the outlay for schools is as compared with London's and Hamilton's t The Jre department Edmonton J148.690, while the cosfii in_Londpn and in Hamilton. Among the smallar Itaau presenting.contraiti are Iwalth department and legal lays Under pays, reipectinlj, HUM, London mot and and J5710. ilture 1> im ;co in London, and la Htmtt- Ion. .Perhapa tie large he itreets dapartnunt ii to youth ot wwiera Wital and the need ot itemize conitructlon work. The to- il is at compared with Loo on's J59.600 and Hamilton's J126.8JO same cause may account for an ipenilitnre of S189.400 in Edmonton n hospitals and welfare work, the out- ly by London being JJ7.000 and by tmllton Higher talarlei in IB west will scarcely account for ie contratt between paid ir central administration in Edmon- n, and in London, or in'Hamilton. The reiulta of ei- jtiTe ontlays are equally r Edmonton's interest and exchange count ie and her total lla- lities while it with K600.000 liabilities, id'Hamilton's J4S1.8SO, with liabilities. The total debt per ad of Edmonton ?588, of London Ot, and of Hamilton Bdmonton, it must be remembered, all of IU public utilities and the o eaatern cities do not. In London ('Hamilton thejitreet railway and ephone systems are owned by prl- corporations; in Edmonton thete lltles Belong to the city. The com- tre interetting and may, in caJies, Indicst. extravagance, but cltiet great initial ban betn -within Sve or ten In the east cairtltl expenditures began years charcei conteguently are to now. It ii line also that nearly all wcitwn clUw piklte ownwl by tki'mnnldftri. and ol coarie, thli fact a per capita O. Mkw 1, dUw-ktrc real tu- 8 aiMt, to Tho obllgaHoat are wry Ulnk that ytan to dealing- with, moat serious problems of the the initial stocking of any farmer who possesses a suitable pond and is willing to experiment with it, anc points out that a sheet of water only a quarter rof .an acre, in extent is more than' sufficient to' meet the requirements 'of an average family. In cases where there- it no available pond, it is feasible to construct one at a trifling cost by diverting streams or excavating or by building dams to bold up the water. We wonder if flsh would live, in the ponds on irrigated arms. The Canadian government might and flnd out. The-MoosVJaw Times says that the address given there last week by w. SanJord Evani, chairman of the Georgian BayiCanal commtstion, was "one of moit initructlve that a Moose Jaw aiidtence ever had the privilege of lUtening to." We Quite believe this to he correct Mr. Evans It a thorough student, and any question" 'he deaii with it hound to understood by the 'public. Lethbrldga should (net hin with a big able to k pod. if not only absolute; it by busuMK operating the world's largest roonnr mills.and mtkiagone-third of all the roll roof- ing made in America. That's the guarantee behind Certain-teed Roofing Tte guarantee is for or 15 years, according to ply (1, 2 or I here is no evasion about attempt to sub- iStitute a high-souiMlingiomethinc "just as good." There is Yougetanabsoluteiuaran- V.U because the General knows that Wm. Schmidt, a German reservist ittempting to escape from Canada, and I Was concealeii in the water of a engine at Windsor. Father 'Blair, Walkemlle, Ont., will be vicar general of the new Winnipeg archdiocese and parish priest of St. Mary's under Archbishop Sinnott. The Canadian Bar association re- elected Sir James Atkins president and R. B. Bennett, KC, M.P., was chosen vice-president for Albert.. Lieut. Erie Zlegler, son of Dr H. Zlegler, dentist, of London, Oni has died of wounds received In th recent fighting. city council deferre action on the daylight saying schem pending some step by Dominio government. Cecil Thompson, 2113 Gerrard street Teast, Toronto, aged three fell into a pool and died sli hour later despite efforts to save his life Pte. Allan Dudley Bennett, son c G. J. Bennett, Grand Scribe E, of Koyal Arch Masons, succumbed to wounds received in action. Controller Joseph Thompson of To- ronto been accepted as the qnar- tjmaater of the 208th (Irish) bat- The Canadian postmaster general has now arranged for all Canadian the ex- McCIaiys Sunshine furnace Do you hew little it will cut yw to .njey the comf.ru a fine Heating SytUm in riur htaieT Send the a copy ,1 eur boakht Aid U you wish kave trices In- ttalllaf a SuaaUm Furnace, let rfettinl EnjhMer trad Tell him the kind of a novae have the nura- I I K i o d I y Ako form, for I ui hat my I plan of upttain and dowattain he wUl m how to flan t. the uunntsuief it. There u whtthir w Fur- nktoraot. Uulm Timu Msetrtu! St Joha. N. B. HSMiltOB Calf; Sukatooo Sir Charles Cheers Wakefield who recently took office as Loro1 Mayor of London; is a man of af- fairs and directs the operations of the largest oil company m England. Vancouver Edmonton 80] Sold by Geo. R. Dixon Co. F. G. Foster, who has been Domin ion .Lands Agent at Swift Curren for several years, has been appointee chaplain of the 209th Overseas ba tallon with the rank of eaptalh. H was formerly a clergyman. L. Greenwood, mantgir of the Baa of Nova Scotia, at Oat., ha resigned his foaltlon and a private'la JMth battalion, To- ronto, commaadM Cat Herb nox, M. F t. Rer. M j. Pktatt, ot ololln. at St. HlehMl'a To- ronto, mim at trait where will at- tached to the Canadian ahpediuonarr Force. Warning was received by Capt. N. Moon, in of recruiting at Windsor, for the Americatt Legion, lat no .member of his staff is to ross the border to induce .mfh to nllst, or to distribute recruiting lit- rature. Edna Loftut, one time favorite of e London music halls, was burled The London, Eng.. chamber of com munic nuns, was ounea merce passed a- resolution requeatln Cypress Lawn cemetery, San Fran, all members of German or Austrian ciaco Sne d'ej tuberculosis in birth even if naturalized subjects the countT hospital. Friends inter- ecause enera M better roofing can be made. Its raw materials and method of TOnufacture are both certified by the General's board of graduate chemists, and he knows he's taking no chance in iwaranteemg them to you. That's what "CERTAIN- Jtfill and Experience has TPirS1 that CER- TAIN-TEED will outlast the period of guarantee. The roofing felt, as it comes' bone dry from the rollers, is given athoroughsaturation of a special blend of soft aspha ts, the formula of the General's board of expert chemists Iti 'then given a harder coating of another blend of asphalts I nis keeps the inner saturation soft, and prevents the dry- .ing-out process so destructive to ordinary roofing. Roofine is impemous to the elements only so long as the asphaft saturation lasts. CERTAIN-TEtD retains its soft sX .eor., a in good condition for years after the harder, drier 'kinds have become useless. CERTAIN-TEED n in alt. isn Tlr. i. a qrpe Great Britain, to.resign. Msllso Girard, The domestic wh shot and slightly wounded Mrs Vic era in her home in TVestmount, Que on January 28, was declared intan by a Jury. Guelph saving, but th factories in most cases took a refe endum vote, and in nearl) every In stance the men voted to stay wit standard time. Forty Windsor boosters, member of the local hoard of trade, Isft fo Cleveland ,to argue that "Windsor 1 IoMtlon branches United States industries" City Clerk Samuel Baker, of Lon don, in an address before tho Hadl cal club on "Fossilized stylid toe -meniclpal government, aa M, dilatory and'inefficient" Corp. Gordon McNicholl, of Downle township, Ont., who enlisted with the 48th Highlanders and is now motor driver for the heaaquarten staff, has A notable Addition to Toronto's line educational buildings is to be made in the near futuie, when St. Mfchael'. will erect a splen- did new building in Queen's Park W Ecclestone, of Bracebridge, was elected by acclamation to rep't sent In the Ontario legisla- ture, succeeding the latf g. K. Am. Harold WiUon, who Is reported to have been killed In action. If a ton at Mr. Harold A Vftlim %2.' i county hospit.. vened to prevent burial in the potters' field. The Hon J E Caron, minister of agriculture in the Gouln goMrnment, was elected by acclamation for the Madeleine Island seat. The standing of the partlei when the Quebec leg- itlature meets will be 76 Liberals and six Conservatives. Liberal ticket Leaving Winnipeg as captain with the firit Canadian contingent of en (Ineers, W B Lindsay, was promote o major at Valcartier and later tu France to lieutenant-colonel He haj now been .raised to brigadier-genera and the honor Companion of 3 ana BU (George has been conferred upon him. At: a mass meeting of women In 'oronto, Mri Willougnby Cumming announced on the authority of Mr Griffin, inspector of munition inspect rs, that the Canadian governmen will shortly place women In Inspec Ion work, and that there will present y be a call for women E. S Anderson, manager ot the dominion Bank, Windier, formerly f tne 8t Thomas branch, has been rantferred to the management ol ie Lindsay, Oat., brand-, Harry ueh, of Toronto, formerly of Wind- or, has returned to take charge of he Windtor branch. A Blalrmore hotel that fter Julr Ut the bar room will mto rebMiiiMat parlor here Ice cream, soft Mate, .U., be served He dining room it renovated and ereir attention that la conMnt la 'T'HE demand for Goodyear Tires has built up a ser- vice which is unique in the motor car tire business. Ninety per cent, of the motor- ists of the world are within less than 12 hours reach of Goodyear service. TIRES Goodyear Ser- vice Stations display the above Emblem. They carry tkae tires' in all popular sites also lubes and accessories. Other dealers Aaw thtm ar can If I them Jar you.