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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PME FOUR THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HEHALD FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1916 Devalfc alberta AND WEEKLY ubscription Ratest delivered per -week per Daily by mail, per jear "Weekly, by mail per >enr 10c TELEPHONES Business.: Office "1252 nEdltorliil1 Office 1.............. 1224 W, A, Buchanan -Jchn Torrancc Director'Business Manager ;Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- pear daily on address label. Accept- ance after expiration date is our authority to continue" "the sub- scription. Your King and Country need you right now! ion scale by jhe_ pension ]QmniIttee'. TVhich framed, -the acale luring the recent session The newa sill be'swelcomertb all those-who >nhsted as well as to their relatives pleasing-feature of the new scale s that it increases the pensions hose of lower .ranks, from private up o lieutenant. scale -will aleq 36 retroactive so that all who mayt to pension will share alike The indications are that this new pension scale will mean an annual barge of against the-Jpo- nmion, but no citizen but will agree hat could not those who are Ughtinsr jur battles'- Wejcannot afford be niggardly m matter'' worldj? jnarket Eia, to the t> big a hurrj price, by glutting the market, then when. we are waiting for he next crqprL np the pnce and none to sell result is that our fanners receive the- very low est prices for their "gram, and conse [uently the reward "ifpr production is UNSCRXMBL1NG MEXICAN MUDDLE President Wilson'. scrambled a mud-? !le iuv Mexico when he refused to ecognize Huerta pinning iis faith on Villa, when he forsook. Pilla for Carranza, and allowed the atter to transport through 3, therebv bnnging about a final Yilla let'eat at Carranza's hands Now Canranza refuses to atay 'put" ind President "Wilson faces the un Peasant his own mrticVlar-ltfeiican muddle It looks s uo it this time .with ;pod American, bullets. "Wilson has 17 S troops m Mexico or the second time in his regime At fera Cruz in May 1914, they walked ight .Jn, and turned Talked.right out again. They chased ifuerta out, however, and Wilson ipped peace would ensue. But'he ex- acted too much when he looked for fills aprt Carranza to bring peace mal prosperity out of chaos of rebel-. Ion, and things reached such a pass spring that once more U 3 roope invaded Mexico in force, this :of. Wilson's whilom ot Villa "hen Carranza kicked over the traces ittd now war is imminent between he two gantries Wilson would .have been better ad Inert if he his Job n 1914 Then his Invaded {exico ostensibly of orcing an apology vfor an ingulf to he Stars Tho last' in- asion is for the purpose of Qg Villa and avenging the death of aany Americans on American HOI! at 'olumbns The -Beconri invasion Is auch mort scrloue, anrt has been ggravated now by the killing of two core American cavalrymen by friendly Carranza troops Feeling Americana has turned to the New-York Sun artist sees it. Tasion, and how Wilson hopes to e'ths situation without a-long hard war is impossible to forecast. Uncla '_Sam will have a busy sum- mer unscrambling'the muddle. GETTING THE MOST OUT Of. OUR .W.HEAT CROP Canada's wheat problem is a mar- tlny problem, according to W. San- ford WQO '_ has made a -close study ofjthe" problem as chairman of the Georgian Bay -Caaal commission. He holds, and that produc- ifoa will come as ma> be good the If solve our mar :etlng -'--problem. It is perfectly; true as hejtiolds that Canada does not'suggest a rerae [y-for this state, of affairs but it is ibTlooB that he "would advocate some of storage to overcome the neces Tty the grain In this held that torage Onl the is1 the best "iGd, but ttBe objection to this if farmers generally need the the fall the gram is tireshecTtt) pay! the years heavy run ing and the banks are al rays 'desirous at that_ Urnn Pt >ear bat the farmers settle up their obli- ajions This practically forces the anrier to dispose, bi a good portion fVhia and_when every farmer s ttomglhe same thing there is bound a a great rush of grain. few good crops however will, we Uplieyc, result In, giving the farmer cashjsnd otner forms of income overcome this cry for money in fall If the farmers get into a position-where _they are not depend- nt on credit to carry on their opera ons-then ;thcy will be in a position, o hold their grain until they can dis ose of it gradually, at better prices, making.their production earn for them ic lhat, should accrue That 'Western Canada's problem BO far s grain production ia concerned, and very fanner should keep it before im. Americans are looking .in vain- to ee, visible results'of the great Ger- man North'Sea victory. The Baltimore .mencan sizes-it.up this .way: Too udgment of the-sea will be .passed ipon the battle of the North Sea. The rorld will either be treated to the pectacle ot German7 ships ranging he ocean unafraid of what the Bri- ish inay do 'to German commerce, hd of German fleets attacking British orts, and German soldiers landing! rom transports arid rr'else.lt these flings, and, other hand, obserie Germans absolutely again o Venture froni their safe waters. Ac- -oruing-as 6ne'or the other shall be he result of the recent battle will the world as to the vtc.tor. farmers annually spend on transfers of property, but- that the cost would be far less wece tfie Tor- rens system of transfer used in the United States. Torrens an Australian genius He saw that Austria Hunfary Knd Denmark had daslrablp features in their meth ods of titles to land, and he made.thesa ieatures into, a workable method adapted tg modern democra cies. the Torrens system' -particularly, appeals to newly settles WINNIPEGGERS- i _ _._, Lake heutenant gqyernoc or Sas katchewan has- ieen- Uaaetfcrf honor ary lieutenant colonel of, the 19oth overseas battalions "Ww bepig raised In cbF S Lowe has been made_Tionoraryij lieutenant colonel of the 4th pioneer battalion Major Stftwarl of the 100th been granted the femporaiv heut colonel Capf J of the 97th Winnipeg regiment? jfaas been' gazetted, a HUGHES CONFERS WITH PRO-ALLY "R., I. JOURNALIST -Proyidence, R. June c-onterenee last night of Charles E. Hughes with John .R. .Hathom, editor of the Province Journal, was widely- discussed today The 'Province Journal., has 'been active in exposing alleged Gorman plots in.the United.States and has tracted world-wide attention with -its anti-German articles and charges tliat have been directed" at'the Wilhelin- strasse. It opposed the proposed taking of Hughes from the bctich.to put-him in politics, but since hig it has come out strong for him. It de- clares that his. election in'November ill serve notice on all. European na- tions that .ud integrity will.be upheld, Siemficance is attached to the ccn ference here Hathom has laeen assailed bj tlie. pro-German leaders of the bountrj as being m direct counec tion with the British' -iand particularly enjoying th'e confidence, of Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, the ..British am bassador. PICKED UP IN lASSINGI FOR fTHl! BUSY MAN The plague is reported to have broken but in'the barracks: at'Con- stantinople States is striving hard 0 devolve a new scheme for record- nf land The Torrens systcn; 'is adyocatei br the Jew, which says A I in the Mcilcans bif the latest ia- American Travet from one to ,two years free in your Ford on your saying in one year's depreciation Other In'the op less class, afte? -one of service; from less than their purchase price. That's their appreciation. Ford ears after a year's hard-work, sell on an average for only less "than they coit brand new. That's Ford depreciation. The difference in depreciation -of these year-old cars runges from in the one case to other savings for Ford owners. Thoasands of owners tell us that It costs .024 per mile average to dpve a for gasolinej- andl repairs. So, If your saving In depreciation'for'a year Is you pay all your expenses for if-it is you have kept enough money in your pocket pay for driving your miles, Ford tn preference to other less than cars, lets you save in one-year's time a difference In" dsprfeiatfon that pays all your motoring bills for from one to two years Think- it 'ovsr. The Ford Garage 1232 3rd AVcnua South. Ford Runabout Ford Touring 530 Ford Cpupslst 730 Ford Sidan .890 Ford Town Car 78Q f. o. b. Ford, Ontario Phone G33. All cars completely equipped, Including Equipment dfttff not LNo'w Zealand budget shows ft sur plus of A: loi nipgtly is proposed; I" _ Norton R Smith, UiS.A tommandttii UjUp fatiitcs MiMtarv ucidcmv at loin N dlod at Ins quartois after brief illness. Mrs., Edith Whartou, the America] novelist, "Wlto- during the war lias es pcciully dpvptpd .htii'solC to ivcts o cliadty, 1ms of the Legion, pt'.Honor. In a.petition for leters of adminlb inUioi) in the eslute of the late Job II, .2iIcLean, filed in probate court a Washington, the estate is valued a exclusive of reul estate ii Ohio and Illinois sum of'two hundred pounds, ha been sent by the British Kmbasay Paris, for Mme. Jacquet, the of'a citizen of Ulle, who ,was sho for sheltering some br the Allies' so diors. The Anglo-Russian field hospital i going to the north-western front, Riga insk region, under the .flag of iii( Russian lied Cross. boa Queen Mary's name and will be at tached to the Guards' corps. Notice 'has bcoii 'given under -tlr war.measures act that G. P. Schlcetel Lerg, of Seattle, is a persoi with whom trading is prohibited, am Canadians are accotdiugty notifies not to trade with Jam. Father's day was celebrated on tti' Interstate fair grounds at Spokani last Sunday by an attendance esti mated at 7000 persons, the larges number at a religious gathering in many years. It was learned on good authority a statement for. publication wil be nmde by Colonel Roosevelt, show ing a decidedly friendly attitude tc ward'Charles Evans Hughes, Republi can-nominee for president. Shipments of wheat from Shauna for the year commencini October last are bushels This places Shaunavoh as the third shipping point'in the province. H fa estimated that about are'ye in the farmers' hands .in the district Schools and hospitals owned am conducted by the American board o foreign missions at Marsovan am .ivalued at more, than have been pommandeered by for. military purposes ant .missionaries in charge ,compelle( to abandon Ui'eir work there Now that tne .married- Eng laud to the front, the "cry lias, arisen from English homes 'Who'll keep our life insurance paid we're at the Tho government is expected to set' aside a sum to keep payment's foi married men, Members of the American Medical association closed. their annual con- yention. at Detroit by participating in 0, public, health .parade and later dis cussing, methods of sanitation at an opeii meeting at town theatre Demonstrations of various methods oi preventing disease were conducted aboard floats. By the first" of "August Hon. G. How- ard; Ferguson, minister of lands, for- ests and mines, put into opera- tion the new northern development polio, pro% ided by legislation last session; through which _ settlers will secure from the government cash loam: to help them in getting on their feet, Sir Rider Haggard who has been touring the British Dominions with a "view., to ascertaining ;the facilities for; land settlement which can be placed at the disposal ex- soldiers at the close of the war, is expected to arrive at Vancouver on June 29 from Australia and New Zeal- and. Casting military ethics to-the, winds Pte. m the church noi wquld I leLjtny member of mv family tay in the after the way the Assembly treated me So Rev Dr i: S.'Grant-told a friend from Toronto Grant) save, for temporary con iectfon Jiome mission work, lending the appointment cf s. :e68pr; has, resigned from every of- fice'he held in the Presbyterian Gen- ral Assjemblj anil is severing him elf and his family from the Chinch in fiew" of lip terms to be a rot eiCtricIc'of a which had (lit ersncea with him Aif interesting point is to bo settled y the court otappeal at Victoria, B C, when the appeal of the Fender Jub, Vancpuver, from a conviction in Fie ponce court that city on a. harge of keeping a common gaming icuse, will be A point that will be raised Is whether the selling if Beards and other apparatus with srhich gambling can be earned on by 1 the club a common liming1 within the meaning of lie law The police magistrate held am! flned the steward of tie Fender club and costs v ADVERTISING PAYS Now, I want to say a word or tuo about advertising, Does it pay? If done, Yes1 Otherwise', No' I believe .from observation that theie aie vast sums of money wasted every year In jtoo'r advertising1" time I make g, trip Jnto the country I am astounded at the expensive ad vertisements adorning hotel registers, clocks, pool rooms and .other- f requente'd ,by the public who advertisements I pick up the local countiy1 paper and I see good i advertised out of reason You might as well IhVow your money m the fire ab to buy and pa> for un seasonable advertising- It js tvorse than useless Gentlemen, l believe in adveitismi; and I recommend that j ou nqi. onlv buy it but use'lt judic- louslv to advertise seasonable linea Chdiifce youi advertisuuieutii issue of you a're us ing and alwayg something new and seasonable tp present to (he pub lie I realice that >four copy must bo home made but with Careful thought YOU can make if readable and attrac tuc rtnd protjnctHe qf C H S B.imford in address to Iletail Merchants' convention at Winnipeg Two men named ,Gallarnoau antf Howie, said be Deserters from the I49th battalion arrested in Al pby officlors for enlering the United States without reportlug to the immigration .officials. They "rere turned to the. Sarnia police. Parents ,_ Vou may rest assured or one thing, Cowan's Maple Buds will not harm your children buy them for youhelf and yours. ;