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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta AGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY SATURDAY, JUNE HIDcrta DAILY AND WEIKi-Y. tUBfORIPTION RATES: CHlly, delivered, per year..... "ally, by mall. year Weekly. 1'7 rt is realized it means that Hie hilt million dollars will br. nil ovor the south. However. It Is wise to tic conserrnttvF about crop prospects. Don't counl upon rMlilts too early H howover> that at the moment the promise of n great yield was never better. a.oo 1.00 TELEPHONES. BuBlnesi Offloe Editorial W. A. Buchanan llanartnj Director Business 1252 The Sun of Brandon -Ceoree Coldwcll'B newspaper-bus never pub- lished a Una about the of Roval Commission, but it bravely olavs the ftillerton "charges under SB tv The readers ot the Sun miist bo well posted as to what is happening In the tnnt- Free Press. The Sun is not ROUNO THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR A refreshing break in the continued .lories of Russian reverses comes in ,.eBterdays announcement that. tm- ieror NMcholas' forces were e to repulse the Teuton, at two or three points along the Dnelster river, al- though their position there is still precarious. To the eastward of Lem- Lg however, the orderly retirement of the Russians continues. There is little news of any change in the other zones of war. In England Lloyd-Georges speech in the House ot Commons has appar- entlv at last aroused the entire nation to the utter seriousness of the whole lone. There a num'oer of Conservative papers, not published In Manitoba either, who only learned of the exposures in Mam- iota when '.Mr; Fullerton brought his charges against the Liberals. l'i> to that moment they had not pul-lishei! a line to indicate wrong doing on the part of the Conservatives. situation, to the need of "E ;rit- We are entirely in nccord with the of the Calgary Herald that: 'There is not and cannot be the justification for allowing u regiment like the Princess rate. which certainly contained the Bower of Canada's soldiery and performed such valiant service, to disappear from the roll of honor of this great Dominion. The simplest honor that could 'be done these splendid men is the perpetuation for all time on the WHI Of ranadian forces of the ting it, teeth" as the Times facing the situation as it should be jlhat will be a Princess Pats THE PERFIDY OF GERMANY has been piling up ma- terial. Until she was ready she was irtendlv wltt .everybody. During the Balkan crisis none could have been more modest or unpretentious. She bad a benevolent smile for France. She -walked arm in arm with Great Britain through the chancellories of Europe. We really thought an era of peace and goodwill had come. At that moment she was forging ant.. hiding away enormous war stores to sttack her neighbors unawares and murder them in their sleep. that trickery is to succeed all Princess fighting throughout this war. It would !be a shame it a regiment that has proved itself 'brave and noble in war corn- its performances since the menced was not permitted to sur- vive. Alex Home, oi Klngsley, is the Liberal nominee in Manltou ior me the of international goodwill j Manitoba Legislature, will crumSs to dust. It is essential Arthur Kraft, aged RICKED UP IN SSING FOR THE BUSY MAN for the peace of the world that it Berlin, Ont., should fail, and it is up to us to see that'll does so. It depends more up- on Great Britain than on anyone else to see that it fails. -One of the pillars of good govem- ment is that evil doing shall 4e pun- ished; that is equally true in the sphere of international government. Valor alone will not achieve success, or tiie valor of our .brave men at the front would have achieved it long ago. We must strain every resource of the machinery of organization at our disposal so as to drive conviction into the heart of every nation over the whole "world that those govern- ments who deceive their neighbors-to ruin do so at tieir George's peroration in the British House in introducing his Munitions Bill. berim, unt., sun u. was drowned while bathing m the Grand River at Bridgeport. W R Wood, a Presbyterian minis- ter'ol Franklin, has been nominated bv Liberals and Independents to con- test Beautiiul Plains ior the Mani- toba Legislature. Grace and Bethel Methodist church cs, Winnipeg, hare been constitutei mission churches and can remain over the term limit. Albert Morris, a London man, was lined MOO and costs Ior running a "blind pig" in the vicinity the military. Heights. .OUR POINT OF VIEW. A Saskatoon farmer says the early trost in that district helped the wheat. You can't beat that fellow an optimist. Farmers ghould not delar placing hail insurance. There have 'Seen hail storms already and the wise course Is to provide protection early. oi cishtecp, oi Herman Kiaft MADE )H CANADA gUMMERjJNDERWEAR WHICH GIVES PULL COMFORT KLQSEP KROTCH 1 WILLIAMS. GREENE ROME CO.. UUITtD BERLIN. ONTARIO BENEHIH iHER OK PARLIAMENT ill .GOSSIPY LETTER BY GADSBY LIEUT. COL. J. A. CURRIE, M.P. Commanding the Fifteenth Over- seas Battalion, .which, w.as .practically wiped out at St. Julien. .Col. Currie will return on leave to Canada and will give a course of instruction at the training camps. Ottawa, June. The -Mori. Ar- thur Mcighen, who. is little busy boo of 'debate, lishtiuti anywhere, sip- pinK everywhere, stopping nowhere, got on a 'few casual remarks on the war and the Lauricr .Navy the other dst London which .checking up. As the'Iloii. Arthur was using the Masonic Temple as an auditorium at the time, one of the criticisms timed against him is that Ms- argu- ments 'ought to have been more on tile square than they iveve The Solicitor-General made the statement that the Opposition did all it. roulii to obstruct the supplies and put stumbling blocks in the way ot lire Government. As the Opposi- tion joined heart anil hand with the Government in Toting the Iwn war funds ot one hundred and titty million dollars the Solicitor- (icncral's allusion is taken here to mean the proceedings in. the Public. Accounts Committee which revealed some oi the Government's party friends as doing all they could to prevent the hundred and titty millions from reaching the spot. It insisting that the people of Canada get a dot lar's value tor every dollar spent if seeing, as in the case of the oculars, that eight middlemen did not come, between maker and purchaser if showiim up .one Conservative mem- ber of Parliament as taking three prices for surgical dressings and an other Conservative member as un- loading foundered horses at the top ficurc if waving back all the lean and htmsry party patriots who had organized to milK prolits if cutting out sham shoes and lake elections for the soldiers if any or all oi these were factious opposition, then the Hon. Arthur Meigheu is right and the Opposition is proud oi it. The Navy The next subject tackled was the Liberal attitude toward the navy. It is a big question which the Solici- tor-Genera! so lightly opens and as it is one of the articles oi the alleged truce which the Government claim! to be observing, Mr. Meighen's action in nibbling at it between elections has an appearance oi bad form. The question will ultimately be thrashed out on the hustings and the old stor; those ALL AMERICANS ARE FOR THE PRESIDENT President's Inner Circle Needs No One to "Rock the John Wan- amaker Asserts New was no other straight road for" Mr. said John YVanamaker, "than to withdraw -iuuuu> :rom the Cabinet. His. chief use to I General, as a. young Tiian ou o will be told over again from 9 W w wmm ShfWlNC LATHER Papa, w hy do people some other kinds of shaving Because they've never soap use tried Colgate Learn the comfort of a Colgate Shave. On receipt of 4 cts. in stamps we will send you a trial size of Colgate's Shaving Stick, the Magic. Wand of Shaving Rapid-Shave Powder, the Powder that Shortens the Shave; or Perfected Shaving Cream. Mention your preference. Sold Everywhere. Colgate Co., DePt. o Mekm of Caihmmre Boaqaet W. G. M. SHEPHERD, MONTREAL, Sole Agent for Drummond Bldg., MONTREAL. i, lasting, Laurier navy was the thing win ni. happy harmonious days m when Leader Borden and -Mr. Foster and juui ifi ------1, talked'about in Quebec. The subject, spilled over into Northern Ontario and .Mr. Bburassa was brought into N'ipissing and Algoma to help the Conservative candidates there. Messrs. Borden and Smythe had voters who needed inflaming on this subject, and 1 needed intlaming on uiis ucauvi ldi they calculated Mr. Bourassa.was tho Premier Laurier were all agreed__on boss flrc hllg Hc is. in New Ontario r ija.'i'-ii-t- "o- what Canada ought to do ior herself and the Empire, down to those later acrimonious days when the Conserva- tive party, having come into power, found it 'necessary to make a play ior their Nationalist dis- card a permanent policy ior a con- tribution. Nobody would expect the bolicitor- LHB riesiuetii. m his iwo years ser- constitutei vice was to establish the fact that his their pastor views on foreign, n.olicies. were -unsafe usual pastoral and dangerous ip. follow.. usual IM _A .cabinet divided against itself lind pig" in the vicinity oi e litary training camp at Carhng s ignti. Some 150 London, Ont.-, men have to date applied to be sent to bng- land ior work in munition factories, s- must fall, and Mr. Bryan and. nqt the Cabinet has fallen. It is twelve to one in the Cabinet circle, and at least ninetj- millions of .people backing the President. It is not improbable that he may have been influenced by the dishonorable example of James G. Elaine in "remaining in President Har- rison's Cabinet-as Secretary of State land or wor n m .rlson s and many more applications are a candidate for the presidency. pectsd, "The fact is that the position, pf the According to the London Daily President and his Cabinet-today will News, the production oi Scotch whis- 6e stronger with no one in it rock key Ior the season just finished is the boat.' one'million callons below, the normal there is any other man there j thp.. real tUl, iia it, wav to make in the Borden Cabinet, to acknowledge that the Liberals were right and that if the Laurier naval policy had been carried out that this country would have been spared the humiliation of asking the British navy for cruisers to convoy Canadian soldiers across the ocean. Neither would anybody expect him to point out that the Laurier navy could have done much to protect the North Atlantic ami keep the trade paths clear of Germans, not to men- tion cover British Columbia's naked- ness and saving what Sir Richard McUride paid for two tin submarines. streaked oroduction G S Johnson, teacher of biology friends .of p Bryanism, the re Institute. The sensitive ieelrags of Mayor Martin, ol Montreal, -were hurt when t and nothing on nun, Montreal Gazette and oth- er papers, "The LaUrier navy will cost immense sums of money to build, equip and maintain nnd it will prob- ably result in time oi war in eiess sacrifice oi lives." II. F. G. DUSS 111U Ill's- he operated under the TfiKct auspices of the Hon. Frank Cochtane who held the matches (or him. To suggestions thrit Mr. Borden should substitute lor lir Bourassa the candidates gruffly replied, "Wo don't need Bonlcn to win we do need Bourassa." Thous- ands oi copies oi LE Devoir were cir- culated free to fan the blaze. Viewc The Solicitor-General need not have cone into the rise and fail of Mr. Monk, whoso motives were sincere, but he missed a lot ot hot stuff when he neglecled the outpourings ol Mr. Bourassa and hisiband of hope. There is reallv no excuse tor the oversight because'the old fyles of Le Devoir ate full oi it, also the columns ol Han- sard where it lias been put on record bv inductrious Liberal members. Bourassa was la had paid al PORT HOPE, ONTARIO Residential lurch School for_ _ FOUXDED ISM with 10 People's Forum Broadly speaking Mr. ic opinion that Oanad the me opinion iimu woiinuM her debt to England, that a Canadian navv would embroil Canada in Down- a L- wars and that Canadian things thai, husbands, sons ond sweethearts were question back too tar jn grave danger oi being dragged him to do -Nobody would any oi these might lead the and down too deep, but he could have made a long story short and_ put up an interesting 'Si: time by going as far back 'as 1311 and telling what Mr. Bourassa and his Nationalist friends said then in behalf oi Premier Borden and his pol- to Bill Bryan is now idolized by the pro-Germans across the line. He is the man who resigned1 to protect the cause of peace, and yet he allies him- KeewaTin, unt., with the people who have done Magwopd, of Cartwright. 'the most to disturb the peace of the world. Bryan is certainly a sorry spectacle. Indiana set an example for Mani- toba. It sent its "higher ups" to the penitentiary. Manitoba should not hesitate to deal similarly with, the men found suiity of defrauding that province. Should punishment not be meted out the of the people will conclude that the Vig fellows can err us much as they like, confident that they have influence sufficient to; pro- tect themielTW. L J Primeau, private secretary Controller Ctite, told him that he didn't care any more for the Mayor than he did for the Pope." TWO ministerial members oi the. i Manitoba Methodist conference have volunteered for active service at thei front one on the field ambulance and one as a private. Their'names are Rev. R; W. Witty, lately stationed at Keewatin, Ont., and Rev. W. T. D. lagwopd, of Cartwright. "It won't make any difference whe- icr we give you a license or not, ou'il be closed up in another year. I have anywhere near the right dea ol what'the people of .Manitoba re going Jo remarked Liquor icense Commissioner Lendrum Mc- feans to Alex Roszko, a wholesale iquor dealer, at a meeting ot the omrnissibn at Winnipeg. The Winnipeg Free Press points out that "When bobbed up ibefore the Rsyal Commission with his little speech as the representative and spokesman of thole incorruptible patriots, the lourteen private mem- bers, it was not his first appearance before this judicial body, .When he appeared before the Comraiwioners at an early date, whom do you suppose be represented? Why, he repretentei! Tom Kelly. Mr. Fullerton may nol lor Mr Kelly this time; but he represents him and his interests lust the samel' X possible half million dollars to expend in the New Dayton district if the crop turns out af present con ditions indicate, is the estimate o one man The prwpects In Day ton are not better than in man: ether dlslricU t K 'thf New Dwtoi only mnd on'giltfl FSVIT- SALT." OBREGON Mexican commander of the Carran faction who was recentlj killed in action. Obregon is said to be the only Carranzalst defeateo1 Villa. For the hot days __When the thermometer creeps up into the nineties and the heat becomes burdensome and depressing -rlhen is the time to enjoy a sparkling glass END'S FRUIT SALT .invigorated you will feel. By gemle, natural means, ENO'S stimulates the liver into heallby action and tones up the sy.i- (cm-giving a new feeling of buoyancy and -energy. ENO'S is not only a mild aperient but splendid tonle. Buy a bottle from your druggist to-fley. LOHPOK.bi. r. irrcHit to. UMTTIB M smn, TOMRTO (10) a> u ul away by this sea monster and disem- bowelled by foreign cannon bails. Mr. o'uraasa, to give him credit, still olds these opinions, but all his onalist office at e singing the other tune now. It sweet and becoming to die ,Ior ic's native land so long as the na- ve land is being run hy the Lon- ervativc Ciovernmcnt. Circumstances, s Mr. Jleighcn will admit, greatly ter cases. What did Mr. Alfred Sevigny say bout it? Mr. Sevigny is now Dep- tv Speaker oi the House oi Com- ions and his sister Madame Plamon- on sold pills to. Hie Militia Dcpart- icnt at twelve hundred per cent, pro- t Deputy Speaker Sevigny is wav- )K the old nag now, but .at that me he was wiping his hoots with The Hag is quite an impersonal latter with these fellows-its just a uestion oi how many votes can he ot with it one way-or the other. Vhat did Mr. Sevigny say'.' Oh he aid Laurier was an Imperialist. Ihat is Navy slave traffic, an to coerce ljuebcc. Conscnp- ,ioii would come next. Doubtless he ould have said more ii there hadn't ecu ladies present hut that should >e enough to hold him for a while. Mr. ljcllctier said enough to become 'DStmastcr-Ocneral, and -siibsequent- y Judge and air. N'antcl got ufi a cw remarks of a contentious nature enough to qualify him as Minister ol nland Revenue and .afterwards as rtoilway .Commissioner a year, but Mr. Hlondin may be torn rom his moorings as a Nationalist by the tempest, but. as Deputy Speaker, and subsequently as Minister of Inland Revenue., he never shifted ar enough from ollice.to gel over his lead. As far back as 191 j, however, ic was pointing out that it might-bo necessary to shoot holes iii.. the-Un- ion Jack in order to breathe-liberty through it. He was also of'the opin- ion that England 'had hulcherei! his forefathers on the Wains oi Abraham and that anything in the, way ol naval aid, Laurier navy on otherwise, was a debt that Canada did not owe. Mr. Paquct, M.P.. Ior L'Islct, was another Borden supporter, who saw in the Lauricr navy a great fiesh eat- irii? dragon. Mr. Piquet has not land- ed a Government job yet, but it is noticeable that, when he lets himself go now'it is on something like "i'oul Brood in will not revive the past and inteticre with the rewards ,of virtue 'which must come to the man who waits, and.says lothing. .....to show the Quebec HOME STUDY Arts Courses only. SUMMER SCHOOL JEW ACfiOTT N'S UNIVERSITY UNGSTQN, ONTARIO ARTS EDUCATION MEDICINE SCHOOL OF MINING UIMING ralMICAU MECHAMICAL rlUll. ELECTRICAL ENOINBERING OEO. T. CHOWN, MUCH-DISCUSSED SUBJECT Editor Herald Dear am sorry to ask spaco in'vnui paper ior a" icw lines on a subject which is being much discussed but still less understood. 1 ieel sure that the folly ol discussing the im- mortality or otherwise of the -soul, without considering what soul is, must appeal to every tholightiul read- er When soul is carefully and Scrip- ti'rallv' defined there is no argument left as to its existence, or the nature and duration of same. I venture to make a statement which the limited space in your public column will not allow me" to follows up, vir_: 'No soul of man, as soul, ever did or ever I will die. It was the practice ol tne l-uncircumcizcd Philistines to challenge ;the people of God, I Sam and the presumption and temerity ol a Goliath intimidated the whole camp of Israel, including King Saul, who. was head and shoulders above his people but the young stripling Iroin the shc.cpe.oto proved to the satisfac- tion ot all that Goliath's head .could be disassembled by bis own sworil. Can it lie possible that infinite wis- dom God, has revealed the knowl- edge oi soul to only one indivuiua Are we all deluded Surely, not. I in prepared to' face any ol the 'hons ot with the "Five smooth stones out of the 1 Sam. knowing, as- David did, t-hat the, battle is the Thanking you, I remain, Yours truly, John Rae. Barrie, an inebriate nearly blew his hand oil with a can- non cracker on Victoria Day. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE WALKER, C.V.O..LL.D, D.C.L.. President CTOl, RESERVE FUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest al the current rate is allow etl on all deposits of and upwards. Careful attention is given every account. Small accounts welcomed. Accounts may be opened and operated by mail Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more irawata to tw made by any one of them or by the survivor. WJ Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgt OF CANADA A Fir-reacUH OrgaeizatiM This local office of the Unloa Bank of Ii but one of over 320 Branches of an organtation Total Assets exceed-. Our banking 'service covers through our connections we are prepared to tramact business part of the blvlllzedjworld. The confidence of Canadians iln this Bank is attested by over Sixty Million Dollars of Deposits.' Yours ,would maitt welccifte addition. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH O- TINNING, Mtnijtr "RASCM H. E. 8AN08, ArtlHtf ;