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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta Tfoevalb Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: delivered, per lOc Dal1} delivered, per year ____ by mail, per year 1 Weekly, by mail, per year .JS.OO TELEPHONES Business Office 1252 Editorial Office................ 1224 W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business .Manager Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- pear daiiy on address label. Accept- of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue the sub- scription. King and Country need you right now! been Mr. Evuns' wor a foundation should lie h.tilt a mar- keting method whicli will result'in untold' saying to tho Dominion. But Mr. Evans nlono can du little moire than he has done, Ik- has laid bare the inconsistencies in our me- thods of doing bit; business. He can- not right them by himself. We in tho west must take up the work he. lias so admirably started and set the so- ution. We must set the facts lie has uncovered into the minds of every .Canadian. Western Ciiiiiuta alone can troopH that will take the Huns completely off their feet, nml then the war will be over. To suppress (he South African re- bellion aiid subjugate Gorman South- west Africa, Premier Botha raised' ifl.OOO troops. He has 24.000 men en- gaged in British-East Africa, while 11.000 have gone with the oversea to Europe. In addition. "500 have travelled, at their own ex- Jimse. all the way from the Cujm to and joined Kitchener's army. LKTHPRJDC.E DAILY. HtsrtALP HYPJIKXAms'BEHIND HVUHEH MONDAY, JUNE 2K 101 (i ROUND THE CIRCLE OF'-THE WAR1 Some of the most violent fighting experienced in the great battle at Verdun has been joins on for the past fevfdays with Thfaumcnt fortress, one the Verdun outer defences, -as iis lot tlo the work. By presenting ajovor MO have: been passed for Im, lulled front we can carry it forward Iperial army commissions Tills is a i long way, but we must carry tin-, wonderful record for i; country that into the east. We in Hie j only a few years ago was engaged in west never understood our own prob-1 warfare with'Great Britain. It is also em in this respect. How can we an eloquent tribute to British rule. If ert the easterner to understand British rule did not mean all Hint'wo Ve must tell him again and again amljclaim for it. South Africa, our newest rouse him to his loss. Tin. eastern (dominion in the Empire, would not itorests must be miide to understand. I have rushed to the assistance of the After the war is over there is coin-j mother country in such a striking is a time of reconstruction in Cann- (manner. fla. The questions of trade and tariff i__ __ _____-_______ are going to receive a great deal of open-minded consideration, and our wheat question will be one of the first to be tackled. Our duty now is to take up the campaign when; Mr. Bvans has given it to us. and educate :he people from the Pacific to the. Atlantic so that when the readjust- raent is .being made the big question i opened by him will receive its proper :ousidenition. centre. The Germans claim suit of heavy attacks to have captur- ed5 this fortress, and the French have not.'denied it. The French have con-j ALBERTA'S .PROGRESSIVE tinued, however, to repulse most -Ger- nr-nm man attacks, and 10 recapture some of [he ground lost- Activities in "Greece are marked by advances of the Bulgarians, who have begun an offensive from the north. Pun] corded ler Russian advances are re- on the south-eastern front, svhere the Czar's forces have ap- proached the foot of the Carpathians, ud taken one or two towns. The United States is'at the tg; point with 'Mexico, the situation eccmiiig further strained on the of- DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Duncan Marshall's contribution to [he improvement of agricultural me- thods in Alberta was well evidenced the demonstration train which visited this city on Saturday. Every- thing that the numerous cars con- UP 1 TOR THE BUSY Hrandon will abandon tin} ng. .Milk dealers will stiv-liie price of milk in Hamilton by a ecru a quart, j Tenders arc called co- plete ihe Parliament buiidinxs at Win- nipeg. In a trolley car Col- borne, Ont., I. Abbey anil it. Adams of Weiland. were killed. tained was the product of Alberta's] Capt. H. Vandersmissen, ?on of Department of Agriculture. What a ta professor in Toronto University, was wonderful advance in a few years, in action- a delight to watch the farmers j Georse Patterson a weH-knowu far- inspecting the models of farm build- ings, the mixed farming products, the weed display, and the demonstration school exhibits. Tt was evident that cial report that American troops led into an ambush by the .Metf. bei ami lhere and flred upon wuiie lhere ,vefe farm.. mer and stock raiser of died at the age of sevemy-one. About fourteen thousand dollars were raised in a campaign for funds by the Calgary V. M. G. A. etween leaders was actually in iSS. HE DEPARTURE OF HE- DUKE We imagine that, moat Canadians have formed'such a high admiration fo> the Duke of Cbnnaught that thev would approve of a suggestion that he Bhould remain as governor-general of er's. ;ivho left the cars on Saturday.! Alex. Martin, a" well-known Calvary possessed wiih a fresh determination Pn0fis dealer, bus joined the to adopt better' methods. The displays i proved to them that better methods paid. And the women too were not forgotten. Domestic science instruct- ors talked to them and displayed be- fore their eyes devices that would reduce labor, in the farm home and enable them to produce better results the real benefit train jof tueie schools and will be anxious to provide their boys witb the instruc- ai'able there. Our demonstra-1 i. j" Canada as long a, he Ined He has the utcllen ,he n earned he respect and affection ot Tlje Uemonslration U- people Son of the Queen sureh from the IntT TT T "Ul h'8" eputanon and during years esidence he has proved to be one of he ablest representatives of the Town we. have .Had; In this Dominion. )f royal 'blood, .he -was a moat demo- ratic gOTernor. interested him- elf in Canada and its affairs, visit- 3 all sections 'of the countrv fre- ueutJy. and made himself thoroughly cquainted with .bur problems and our eople. We could not have, had i etter governor during the ;war perio. mn the Duke His long ei erience has unquestionable been o reat benefit to Canada since the arted in 1914 Considered irom ?ery standpoint; we think' it can ifeJv be that no man uas filled io position at Hall with acceptance than the member 113th Leihnridse Highlanders. Win. Astley. of Vancouver. w elected grand master of the .Masai grand lodge of British Columbia. A committee of tile liar associate urges reforms in connection with t] divorce of Canada. Thomas Hogarth, former princip; of Leslie Street school, Toronto, dead. A farmers' market will be eslablis ed in the old C. K R. station at .Vort Toronto. -Mrs. Hill died More Speed More Power More Mileage 40 7 PARCEL. POST PAID YOUJU MONEY J5ACK NEVER HAS TO DE ADJUSTED. Makes starting easy Fits any car. Attached in five wears Fits any taneous results. How the New York World views the nomination of Justice Hushes by the Republican Convention. Frank B. Kellog. of St. Paul, was chosen .is the Republican candidate for U. S. senator in 'Minnesota. He supported a preparedness platform. The following appointments in the Canadian Army Corps are gazetted: tion tion schools and farms enable our j her3'ltli larmers to procure the most modern dants. equipment tor successful farming. They aim to keep ihs farmer's .son. on the farm They provide him with i 5 royal family who is to leave us October useful know'edge that solves the prob lem ot making farming pay. Apart from: all. these features. Mr. Marshall aijd His staff are lifting agriculture to a higher plane. They are making it air occupation so attractive that even the citjjnan is possessed of the de- sire to get on to the land. Mr. Mar- I Berlin..City Council, refused Wate loo's proposal to consider amalgama lion with Waterloo as the name of th shall ;has surrounded strong capable, well himself trained united municipalities. A despatch from Bar Harbor. Me says that the marriage of .Mrs. .Made leine Force Astor, widow of John Jac ob Astor, to .Mr. 'William K. Dick tool place there. Col. Herbert J. Bowman, count; .clerk and treasurer of'Waterloo conn" died at Berlin, lie succeeded his men. father as county, clerk and treasurer with Under his direction the Department in September, 1S96. of Agriculture in this province has'i :GREAT LOSS CANADA G C James recognized for his irmng and his public sen-ice bv tiools of learning and royalty was ver as fulh appreciated bv the peo- !_'for hio services to agriculture as "deserved. Agriculture In Canada had ;ymser, sounder and truer friend. was always engaged In promoting I welfare of this great Canadian lustrj He was one of the many lliant men brought into tne public vice by the Mowat administration Ontario and Hon Martin Burrell ogmzed his marked abihtv tak mm to Ottawa shere for the las actlon r..jeara lie had been acting genius of Canada s Depart nt of Agriculture. Scientific farm bettei methods intelligent wel >rmed farmers these weie m which he placed emphasis His I to the advancemen igriculture in Canada will be better led in the future than h n during his lifetime His death ins a great loss to Canada it na a'pity that thn countrv should ji.such a resourceful servant of itf, interests when he was at middle 'and capable of contributing mua he betterment of agriculture It Indeea lie diUkult to replace him taken the leadership over the other i r Anslican synod nf Rupert's It has also condemned bf- Ponces of the Dominion. The agri- j cultural schools and demonstration Hughes. farms alone are tie best investment linguallsm. hta rouid make. They rank oday. as the sanest method of bring- ng advanced training to the men on he farm They also solve the prob- em of keeping the brains of the farm n-the farm. The United States is going to find .Malcolm McPhersdn. aged 84. i far- mer of Univale, in the western part of Prince Edward Island, was senten ced to be banged 7th for the murder of his wife, aged 86. Defective vision is no longer regard- ed as an insuperable bar to serving in the army, at least, as regards those itaai, .13 luosc at that tne only effective way to j already on the strength and who have eal with Mexico is by the use of the sword, and not the pen. President Wilson is running out of MUST CARRY ON WHEAT CAMPAIGN inada, and especially Western Ca- i, owes a debt of gratitude to W. 'ord Evans for his research work onnection with the movement or grain cYop lie lias marshalled Me facts, and has put. them, for first time, In buoh shape that a in can understand. We have I now for certain facts in con- on wiUi tho gruin movement There are now ten vacancies in the Senate When they are filled the Senate will have been'reformed to the satisfaction of every Tory in Ca- nada. had more or less military training. The Manitoba .Methodist conference refused to make Young church. Winni- peg, a mission church that the services of the pastor, Hev; R. Whiting, could be retained for a longer term than four years. Col. G. S. Maiinsell; director-general f the engineering service of'ihe inil- Major-Gen. Lijisett, to the command of the ord Canadian divison. succeeding i -Major-Gen. .Mercer, officially reported A false alarm and.a level crossing-! killed in the recent severe fighting caused the death at London. Ont., of j near Yprcs. Brlg-Uen. J. Elmslev, for- John H Case, Captain of the Central nierly of the Dragoons, to the" cam- r ire Station, the injury of sevcrel liiaml of the 8th Canadian brigade, other firemen, and the demolition of! Brig'.-Gen. F. W. Loomis. to the coin- London s newest combination motor jmand of tho 2nd Canadian brigade, An important development has, tak- en place in uonnection with the Pen- jjiere are twenty million bushels of man Alaaufiicturins of-'Paris, Ont. i grain in the elevators at the head of A niaut. formerlv need fnr 'thp Mm ._ iiow vacated by .Major-Gen. Lipseft. Compensating Vapor Plug Is doing all that we rclaim for every than we claim for thousands, But you, don't have to take their word for its efficiency. Proved Saving on Any or Old We will let you prove to your own entire your own under just the sort of driving conditions that you meet day in and day the Compensating Vapor Plug will produce better than we claim provided the motor of your car is in good condition. We offer tc you in spite of the fact that the Compensating Vapor Plug the most strenuous tests given by skillet! cnoj. neers under road conditions that the average driver would not meet onoe In a year. We are letting you be your own judge In spite of the act that we have the reputation in this community for being able business men who wouldn't handle anything but reputable goods. Begin Saving Gas Bills Today-Clip Coupon Now Accept this uioney-back-il not- satisfied offer here and now. The price is 57.00 to you and to we ask isthatyou send us the coupon with a ?7.1IO ch.eck, P.O. or Express .Money or- der a til you are'more llian satisfied. If, after a 30 day trial, you can do .without the CompensatingVa- por Plug, simply send it back and we wii! return your full de- -WHY delay? Tear or cut' off the coupon mail it Cut This Today SUPERIOR SUPPLY CO LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Enclosed find S7.00 in .full pay- ment for one Compensating Va- por the understand- ing that you guarantee it for life and will refund my 57.00 deposit in full if I return your device to you within 30 days. "se a........size carburetor Name of Car................. -Model............year........ address Superior Supply Co. 13-TH STREFT ft. 9wn LETHBRIDGE. There are twenty million bushels ot THE 'NECESSITY OF EDUCATION A plant, formerly used for [the .manii-jnie lakes, accordi'i" to Dr lacLure of telephone apparatus at Wat-! of the Grain cornmissidu erford has been-, acquired {this was the greatest amoi for spinning and carding purposes. .stored there for several years. Asked if he feared a- dangerous congestion ihe twenty-eight lintels'at grain. Dr. .Magill declared that .......3 were at hand dur. On ient in business in Edmonton, 'six jif shipping facilitiei close up when the new licensing I 'to coining three months, as tliej act comes mtb operationja..luiy 1st. j probably would be ihete vis no dan These are; Brunswick, .Jasper, Strath- cona, load' side.) (South side) Transit, (Fort St. Elmo and Windsor (South The rainfall ia Ontario for April, May and June, according to informa ger of any serious accumulation. The will of the late Hon. J. H. strat- ton_of Peterboro, has been granted probate. It disposes of a total es- tate of of which ?331054 is persona! and the balance real estate. lu imudiiu- iJtitiuiiai ana me balance real ion obtained from the Toronto Met-, Tha testator's shares in the Peterboro orloglcal office, eclipses anything on Examiner are valued at 3iiO 000 He ecord for that period reaching 13 J bequeathed outright to .Ills' ncliES -Tlvo highest previously reg- widow besides the interest on S50- when the figure 1100 during lier lifetime, a summer res- idence and some furniture. To cacl stered was 12.43. Pte. A. G. Travel's, according to a lessage received by his father. Mr. R. Travers, of Farmers' Bank ime has been killed in action. He connected with the firm of Nelles, ravers Co., brokers, Toronto, and ent ove'ncas with his brother in, a attalion recruited in western Can- da. About f worth of liquor, form; rly owned by the Hudson's Bsy cqm- any. and now lying in the vaults ot e Winnipeg court house and kept nder the supervision of officials .of e newly created liquor license de- irtment, will constitute the principal idence in the case against the Hlld- n's Bay Co., which will shortly come fore the .Manitoba courts. of three sisters and to an adopted 11. .Magill. The following answers were re- He'-said ecu y sjres "-poi examination pape'rs it of grain of applicants torlidmission to a uni- versity Th6- clmmoK is valuable for its fea- thers; the while fo its kerosene oil. feminine "gender of friar is .toastress. The femmmi, gender of bull is .Mrs Bull There were no Christians among the early Gauls; they were mostly lawyers. 'Climate is caused by the emotion of the earth arouiiil the sun. Four animals .belonging to the cat family 'are the father cat, the mother cat nnd two little kitten's. Geometry teaches us how to bisect angels. The purpose of the Something to: hitch meat to. The skeleton is what is left after the In- sideij'.have .been-taken out and the taken off. is the inside of a hen. A circle is a round straight line with a hole in the''mldiile Cicero delivered his oiation i ial sun, n u ni tial sums R. M. Olover, manager of A vacuum is a large empty space the.Bxammer, is given and P. where the Pope lives 'R. Yokome, the editor, jl.OOo'. BIG SHOW COMING TO THE "the Campbells are Coming" again This is one of the greatest war.pic tures ever shown and will appear a the Orpheum Wednesday and Thurs day. It features the. siege of Luck riow in the Indian mutiny. Francis Ford and Grace Cunard are the stars Love, war, romance and thrilling ac tipn crowd the picture and everyone should .see it. Several thousand high land troops were used in making the production. Hail Insurance Let us place your risk. We guar- antee reliability of ihe Company and FAIR Don't it now. R.V. Gibbons Co. Balmoral Block, Lethbridge, Phont 1191 tion in the Canadian engineers at the front. ________ Fred Dennis of Hull, anil .his six If Edmonton street railway em- i the front' ploieet worked gratis, the street rail-jried. Mr. Dennis. Sr.V is a French- ly in that city, we are told, would Canadian, and his wife is of English' not pay Misery loves company, and tlni information will be a consolation to Commissioner Freeman. The spirit animating the Canadian soldiers is well evidenced by this in cident related by an officer writing home from the front: -ol. Buller. whom you will re- .nemher as one of the aides at Oov- irumenl House was among the killed. He was in command of the Princess 'atriclas and the regiment made a Splendid Suu.iI Thev were forced back i short distance but Duller called on hem to charge along a sunken road or communication trench. They fol- owed him with such a rush that'he ound himself in tholr. way. and prang un on the bank alongside. He unning forward cheering them descent. (lev. Charles K. Stafford a retired Methodist minister of Klora. Onl killed and Fred Hunt and Mrs. Leon- ard Scott of Elora were seriously in- jured in a C. P. H. train accident, and Sire. .John Jluir of Kergus and her young son were also hurt. .lout. Hugh W. Macflonnell. former housemaster at St. Andrew's College, Toronto, has died from Is re- In tile fighting at Siinotunry Wood. He was Ihe son of G. .VI. .Mac. donncll, a Kingston barrister. t.ieut. (leorse Stuart Lee Mesnrier, reported killed In action, was a neph- ew of Mr. 'G. G. Lee Meander, mana- ;er of the headquarters office of the mperial Hank. -He was a civil en- gineer and Joined the forces at Win- nipeg. HAIL INSURANCE and in event of loss, you get full payment. The Bi-itisli- America' Caiuulinn) and the Home Iiisimiii.ee of New York. Assctx 5.81 GUARANTEE LOWEST RATES, PROMPT ADJUSTMENT, BEST PROTECTION WR1TE -TELEPHONE CALL W. F. COMPANY, TELEPHONE 1214. P. O. BOX 354. DO NOT DELAY LONGER IN PLACING YO'Ull HAIL INSURANCE With the CONNECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE CO Aa.ot. Incorporated 1850. Surplu, POLICIES WRITTEN AM> DELIVERED THE SAME DAY APPLI- CA i ION IS MADE AT THE OFFICE OF W I L S ON i.' "nd Agenti, SHERLOCK BLDG. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE K E I T H Happy Farmer SEE THIS TRACTOR AT- Galgary Alberta distributors Jack Blair Co. Phone 1544. Lethbridge, Alta. ;