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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1916 (Ebc Ictbbribge filbcrta to ou their feet financial out of the proceeds of year crop and this year's prospective crop 'j DAILY AND WEEKLY V Subscription Rates: i Daily, -delivered, per week delivered, per year Daily, by mail, per [.Weekly, by mail, per TELEPHONES Easiness Office................ 135 'Editorial Office 122 W. A. Buchanan John Torrancs Managing Director Business Manage One French-Canadian walked 1 ileE to Ottawa to enlist, .Truly i French-Canadians are not shirkers, i certain newspapers and politician would like to make out to be the cas The Gleicheii stampede closed a recruiting: rally. We are not to how many stampeded to the culo but it might be well after al! thes Stampedes in tbe west are over organize a stampede battalion. .Dates of expiry of subscriptions-a; pear daily on address label. Accep auce of papers after expiration date i our authority to continue the su' scription. Your King and Country need you right now! Col. Roosevelt hardly ever makes speech that he does not coin ne phrases. When President "Wilson, i his recent speech at Baltimore, sai le was in favor of compulsory mil ary training, but only "by the com mlsion of the free spirit of America loosevelt termed the remark "w which he explained suck th meaning out ot the words next them. ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Having swung the southern end o their advance line into the Bukawin ian capital Czernowitz. tbe Rui sfans are now bending the. centre o the line towards Lemberg, the grea Galician fortress', and yesterday's dis i patches intimated that Russian airy had already reached a point lea than 60 miles from the fortress. Th j Russians are nbw maintaining almos a perpendicular line from Lutsk south i to Czernowitz, which gives some ide of the advances they have made. In the capture of Czernowitz the Rus sians are reported to have taken 300 prisoners. Heavy fighting is now sait io be in progress between the German and Russian forces in the Styr region Speculation is once more rife as ti Rumania intends to do. Thi capture of Czernowitz is an answe to her demands that the allies give J some sign of success. That the Rum% i inian government is now more than ever inclined to join the allies is ap- parent. It is stated that the Bulgarians have Started an advance near Monastir. i Fighting around Verdun in France German infantry attack! tffiade during the week-end were re- pulsed. Mr. Justice Craig, speaking in To onto, said that "millionaires are giv ng far less than the men who have e.w thousands, and he knew of on millionaire who is keeping back gopi lealthy sons and giving practical! nothing to any tund, while his ueigl or has crippled himself financiall and given flve sons to the Empire be sides." Conscription is needed in tha aillionaire's'family, declares the Otta wa Journal. It is a fact not alway rorne in mind that a poor man wh ives a dollar often gives more pro ortionately than a rich man who give thousand. "What sort of men are coming bac' o their homes after this war is over 'hey will be men-who have gone ti end of the world and looked ore the. man be the sami tier The daily sight of Blaugh will change their beliefs." Thi tatemerit was 'made by Rev. Dr. J aterson Smyth, before the Anglican ynod at'Toronto. Little do we realize experiences our men .have gone trough, and will go through, before his war ends. Many who went away mere boys will come back men with viewpoints and opinions they never have possessed had they jmained at home. ONTARIO'S PROSPECTIVE CROP FAILURE: When we had a drouth a couple o years, some..people thought the country would'never, recover and tha ;thft sections of country Effected were .not suitable for farming. The last year, very same districts (yielded more than in any the world, when the area and total yield are taken into consideration. Again this year the "were never better for a great crop. We are, beginning to for- get about the dry year, though we may jlave one again. If the farmers prac- '.tise proper" methods and conserve 'their resources, they can go throuKb another dry year without government A farmer" should not waste i his heritage. He should always pre- pare for the "dry as we are told to prepare for the proverbial "rainy day." Just now Ontario is suffering from too-much rain 'and-there is fear that many farmers will face hardihipi, because they will cot be able to get s crop. Here is a news Toronto Globe of a few days ago: Some sections of York county, In particular, seems to have suffered from the heavy wet hand of the Weather Man from various parts of the rain-soaked county, as well aa from scattered districts throughout the province, it seems that the only relief'may be found by the fanners la root crops, buckwheat, etc. Weak after week of rain is causing anxiety, and there are some Indications 'that real hardship will resolt in the com- ing winter, especially among men who do not own their farms Many farmers who- succeeded K planting early now regard themselves as less fortunate than their neighbors who are still awaiting an opportunity to sow, for young grain and seed are the excess of mois- ture On recent trips to Markham and Button, Magistrate Bran ton of Yoifc county court told of seeing thousands upon thousands of acres of fertile land standing barren. Fanners are dis- couraged Some are abandoning all efforts to raise crops this year. "A fanner told me this morning that it will be at least ten days before iMoraea can get on the ground to pre the land for the said Couhty Clerk "Phillips. He made the statement with the provision that the ten days would have to be dry Then, out of the window, he said: "111 wager that it is going to rain more today." Too' much rain, it will thus be seen, 10 M dtsutroas as too much sunshine and no rain. Most Ontario farmers are in an Independent financial posi- tion'and ,one crop faflare will not farmers should endeavor to place on a flound, financial footing because we may have a dry year again. All conn-' tries suffer from setbacks of some kind or other, and oar trouble has ween that these setbacks cune when our were not flnantlslly in a position to contend with t By careful western fimiwrj able In many caies, at The military expert who writes for he New York Times, discussing the scent naval battle, said: No matter bettor the Britiah tonnage lost was greater or lees than that of Germany loss must still be the Teuton's ermany's navy cannot stand any such ss as that which the British have dmittedly inflicted on it. If it was German victory, a few .more such ctories and the German fleet wil! ave ceased to exist. British control the seas has not been impaired, her implete domination of neutral as ell as'German shipping has not been fleeted: Senator Dan Derbyshire, whose eath is announced at BrockriUe, was well-known personage in .-Ontario. e'was -particularly well-known as a ;der> in the cheese industry. For irs_Jie had_been JwsEore Jfte_piit gatherings of butter and cfeeese- akers and probably no man was tter known in 'these great Indus- He was also an Oddfellow, iring been Grand Master of the On- rio Grand Lodge, He was an effect- e speaker platform, comblu- I sound common sense with good amor. He was at one time, a mem- of the House of Commons. He II be-Tery nmch missed the eir- es that knew him best in Ontario. The editor of the Presbyterian In article in the Winnipeg Free Press Ints out :that church, innipeg, where Aasem- met, is not classed as a Presby- 2tt si according to corner stone. When Earl Grey d the corner stone ot this church noticed that the name on the stone a simply Westminster church and then said: "I am glad that I have me to lay the corner stone of a liv- I church and not of one that seeks limit the energies of a y denominational harriers." It-is matter of the greatest interest to ow that it was In' this church that e assembly took the greatest forward p and declared definitely and clear- foi union with che Methodist and softening water, for disinfecting and for over p lA AICKEDUPIN SSINGCZZI FOR THE BtTSY MAN Congregational churches. Certainl> this church was an appropriate place the Union church of Canada t he launched. The campaign for the collection 6 vaste paper has resulted in attentioi icing called.- to another nationa is tin'cans. In England empty cans are gathered, the solde xtracted in furnaces and the tin thus made pliable packed and baled am old to the mills. Printer and Pub isher, iu .this connection, says: "Then re those in middle life, today who can well remember when -the bone man irst appeared in Canadian cities. Yel s there one among us novr, who does ot know of the immense value bone- ust is to crops. Waste! waste! In ich -old Ontario there is enough land oing to waste.Jirom -.weeds, fence orners, to. feed half o! Belgium.' t is true that we are wasting a greai eal of useful material throughout lanada, material that _in many other ountries is made serviceable. For nstance, consider the straw piles which are burned every year on these western prairies. Straw Is never urned in other countries, and why bould it ,be. In Western Canada? urely it can be turned to some good so. SOMESHELLCOMMITTEE POINTS (From the-Montreal Mail.) The British Government having ar- through J; P. Morgan and Co., rew York, for its supply "of shells and "uses from the United States at an jreed price, looked elsewhere for ad- Itional munitions: It accordingly turned to Canada A lell Committee was appointed with tr Sam Hughes at its head. What mid Canada do? Instead of -considering the offers of anadian as set forth in the vidence of Messrs. Lloyd Harris and A. Russell, the Shell Committtee irned'to American manufacturers Various pretexts were given; a de- re to the-high price paid in e United .StatesTrra-claim that Cana- an manufacturers :could, not do the ork The American price, however, was ot broken. It has been shown in the vestigation that manufacturers en gaged by "Morgan were prepared to ke ou work from the Canadian Shel ommittee at a and die Why not whea the chance was n them? It has shown -further, thai ere were delays In the United ates' production quite equal to any pses that would'have ensued m Can- a Col. J. Wesley Allison, the oosom [end of .Sir Sam Hughes, "steered is business to.the United States. We know that he did it under a pro- eering agreement 'amounting methlng over a million-dollars His Mends were in the United States d Sam Hughes is his most ardent end and defender in Canada. This is the story revealed by the vestigation at Ottawa, stripped ot its its- verbiage, its legal vities.on the "part of Bench and Bar, d the apologetics of ess. Franklin H. Walker, millionaire dis tiller of Walkerville, Ont., Is dead. The new :C. P. R. atatJou at Nortl Toronto was opened. Mrs. Keefer, -wife of Major W Napier Keefer, died at Toronto. Joseph T. Rolph. a prominent Tor- onto lithographer, Is dead.. T The Hydro-electric Power C sion in Ontario is arranging for an increased supply of power. The G.T.R. will erect a. new round, house and shop at Lindsay, Out. Victor B. Day ot Red Deer, was killed while coupling cars 011 the C.P. R. at Veteran, Mrs. Sara Elisabeth Smucker died at Okotoks at. the age .of 101 years. Sho was a native of Ohio. P. Conquergood has been appointed high constable for Victoria county, Ontario. Wtu. Matthews, a Smith, town- ship fanner, dropped dead while at work in the fields. Rev. A. "E. Smith, Brandon, was sleeted president .of the Manitoba taethodist conference. M, Rose, accountant of the Imperial Bank, -Medicine Hat, has been trans- ferred to Portage La" Prairie. A camp dentist at London, Ont, military camp, extracted 127 teeth in one day. Capt. W. H. Soule, .Vancouver's old- est settler, having settled there in 1S62, is dead. It is reported 'that Chinese in Can- ada and the United States are flock- ing back to Chijia. 'The Most Rev..Thomas A. 0'CaIIas7 han, Roman. Catholic bishop of Cork is dead. The- Anglican Bishop of Huron stip- mrted conscription. and opposed pro- hibition in his address to the synod. The Canadian Manufacturers as- sociation national registra- ion. v Eight thousand pupils are enrolled Edmonton city schools, an in- crease of nearly 200 over 1915. Gananoque has been placed by Col. lemming out of bounds to soldiers at Barnefield Camp. Rev. D. B. Harknes's.M. A., Winni- eg, ;bas been appointed secretary of he Manitoba Social service council. Stricken, with cramps while on bath ng parade, ..Pte.. Sicci, of th' 42nd battalion, was drowned in tin at London, Ont. Jfiss Viola Brown has been appoint d postmistress at Shakespeare, Ont, nstead of her late father, George "irown. George II. Kilmer, K. C., was ap ointed Corporation Counsel for Tor- nt0 in place of Capt G. R. Geary, who s omactive service. Men of Lethbridge Yoiir wives buy the meat you eat. Some of them arc-getting our ly for you and your family. Some may need your assistance and advice. We knew you Avili jy'ant our service when assun1 you tjiat..., We Sell only Southern Alberta Grown Meats cold storage products are bought, or sold. Yon see it's jnst like living- on the farm aslaras your meats are conwr.ncd.if yon Let Us Supply You These meats cost no choicest fresh killed poultry and meals at no extra charge. high quality meats are used in making your COOKED MEATS for which there is such a large demand. These, lines are just the thing for luncheons, picnics and Sundays. They tempt the hot weather appetite. TELL YOUR WIVES ABOUT US. DEDWYS LIMITED Donaldson Line Tkt Popular Service tailings PROPOSED SUMMER SAILINGS. ATHINIA July 2 CASSANDRA July pusengen only. Rate JoZ.50 Twin Screw Stcimtra, comforliblt, and study at Service throughout is "DON- ALDSON" STANDARD. Prepaid TlcWts trom Bcotland Is- sued at lowest rates. For nto and Infcnuatlon apply to d, Steamship Agent, or ,H. E. LlDMAN, Oineral Agent, Winning, 14) Malt, street, Phone 631 Cranvllie Street. the Hughes the Kyte charges were-borne out; and the time occupied in getting at the troth of the matter .was well spent and a necessary incident in the higher interest of .the war and public morality. PREPAREDNESS LOOKS GOOD TO EDITOR OF NEWS. London, June 17 prepared- ness Issue in the United States means that the greatest power on the face of the globe has come into the world system to secure Iicrself against war and the effects of says Alfred G, Gardiner, editor of the Daily News, in a two-column editorial pub- lication today. MORE INTERNES London, June following Canadians hate trshsferrsd for internment to Switzerland: PrlTfttes (10033) Cramey, (29919) Baker, 609) Murphy, (21881) Swann, (21334) Allen, (8331) Graham.: (24114) Carr, (18355) Holloway, Lyons and Lance-Corp. Sellars. HAT MAN KILLED. Medicine Hat, 'June Pie. W. G. Brown of Medicine Hat, is reported as having killed in action. rftHde ft .York, His During hff ttie city he local C.P.R bag gageroom and was a prominent mem- ber of tbe Nomad's football team. The Queen's 'Own Toronto wiU organize another :overseas.-bat- talion, commanded by Lieut.-Coi. Sid- ney Band. Rev. Father curate at St. Joseph's church, Stratford, for the past five years, .will gosoyerseas as a R. C. chaplain. G. C. Hurdman, Liberal M.P.P, Ot- tawa, has, been ;givoiL a -commission In the forestry battalion for overseas Montreal has only left of its borrowed out of which the city's subscription of to the Patriotic Fund was to come. The Hon. John William Fortcscue, librarian at Windsor Castle, has been appointed to -write the official history of the war. R. M. Stevenson, for the past five years principal of the Sourta colle- giate, has resigned, having fceen ap- pointed 'school inspector of .the Dau- phin district. The St. Catharines oity council de- cided to name the new viaduct across tile Welland canal "Burgoyne after the present mayor of St; Cath- arines. Warning is issued hf the Dominion Hospital Commission against unauth- orized persons collecting money for the alleged assistance of Canadian sol- diers blinded In battle. The grand jury of the Kingston gen- eral sessions recommends the aboli- tion stone pile at the peniten- :iary, and the separation of younger convicts from hardened ones. the older and more Mr. H. N. Rich, one of the leading citizens and business men of Ladner, B. C.. and secretary of the Delta Pa- triotic Fund, has just received ihe.saa lews of the death of 'his only son, Sidney Rich, at the front. The Canadian Manufacturers' as- sociation, in convention at Hamilton discussed the suggested suspension ol the Lord's Day act as applied to of industries during the war. Lieut, H. W. Vallance, son of the late VallanCe. Hamilton, Ont., was killed in action, lie had only been in the trenched a few days. He is a- nephew of Lady Taylor of Hamil- ton, Lieut. R. W. Ensor, who is reported wounded, was one of the best known members of the R.N.W.M.P., and made a reputation for himself in, the Stettler district in rounding up the Dubois cat- tle thugs. At a .conference of representatives from Oxford county, IngersoH and Woodstock councils it was practically decided that the county should pay 70 per cent, Woodstock 20 per cent, Ingersoll 10 per cent of the per month asked -by the Oxford Patri- otic association. Philip- Garnot, postmaster of Moon 111s, north of. Duck Lake, Sask., died suddenly last week. Garnot was sec- retary of State in the Provisional gov- ernment .of Louis Rid during the troublesome time of the North-west rebellion, being formerly a resident of Duck Lake. Lieut. Thomas Brehaut Saunders, who is reported killed in action dur- ing. the engagement in which the Canadians retook tne ground lost re- cently to the Germans on. the Ypres salient, a son of Mr Dyce W. Saunders, K. C., 213 Poplar Plains road, Toronto. John A. Paterson, K.C., of Toronto, ias refused the appointment of the Assembly to succeed Rev. Dr. A. S. Grant as chairman of the Prea- >yterian finance hoard. His reason is .hat the task of raising mdget -requires undivided attention, ch he cannot give, as he has too much'other business to look after. That ,the property of the Presby- crian church .belongs to the doctrine, and not to any particular body of was the principle lafd down by he house of lords in 1904, the decision upon which the anti-unionists la Can- ada will base their claims to the funds and properties of the church, Harold Lcggett and Hubert Mac- ing to iegai in Toronto, kay, both aged g jears, were killed while stepping over a railway crossing at Gananoaue, Ont. An umbrella they were carrying obstructed tlielr view v Col. J. A- pubiisher of the Saskatoon pointed deputy ftSsi ant "We have noticed the good effect of the Act already in the west, particularly.In snld Sir Jsmcs Aikins, K 0, In'a Toronto interview. "I been advised by Kir ttiigh John MacDonald, maRlKtratelat of at 'Oamp, Winnipeg, thai there are con- iiighcs, i .'vtctlorift, for drunkenness assault. .Dr. Thomson, principal of Hamii ton Collegiate institute and chairman of the Entrance Board. of saya- that, the pupils of- the Separate schools will not be allowed to enter the Collegiate Institute even if they pass the .examinations .that the Separate School board" proposes to substitute for- the -Education' Department's en- trance examination. Before Denver entered upon pro- hibition, on. Jan 1, 191 ti, many of tbe most important "interests" of the city were downcast, says the Christian Science Monitor. The gas and elec- tric light company had predicted a drop of :at -least a month in receipts; instead, it showed a gain of 9107000 in the.very first month of dry- ness. The banks had feared the change, but the first month .of prohi- bition saw names added to their list of depositors 'and a gain, of de- posits aggregating So on through a long list. It is .true that cer- tain lines of business1 were .hurt. The pawnshops, for.instance, never knew the times to be so dull. If one were to wallc On'the left river bank .of the Red River from Pro- yencher to the St. Boniface hospital one could not fail to notice two crevices from two to-five inches wide. These' crevices are the result of an earthquake that occurred In this region week before last says the Win- nipeg Free Press. Daylight Saving AT Garbutt Business College 411 8TH STREET SOUTH Owing to the increased attendance at our school we have de cided to remain open during the months of July and August. Jn order advantage of the cool morning hqura we will, commencing July 3rd, open one hour earlier, that is at 8 and close at t p m Night school Hill also continue all summer ou Monday and Thursday evenings froin 7.30 to 9.30. CALL OR WRITE FOR INFORMATION. THE CANADIAN BAJMK OF COMMERCE Ml IDMVND WALKER, C.V.O.. LL.D., D.C.L.. FreMdeat WHN AIRB. GsMnlMnmt H. V. t. JONM, Au'lGelHnl MsiuM V. C. BROWN, MptrilKlUxil el Central Wuun WHTAL, RESERVE FUND, BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same careful attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's business. Money may deposited or withdrawn in this way as tatisiactorily ac by a persona) visit to the Bank. Wtil [6 Branch R. T. ;