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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta f PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY v HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1916 She pktbbrfbfle Derate, THE FOUNDLING. Both: "Take it away." DAILY AND WEEKLY Sufcacriptlon Rates. dellt ered, pet1 lOc delivered, per year by mill, per year 13.0'C ii.Woekiy, by moil, per year TELEPHONES Ottlce 1253 Editorial Office 1224 W.: A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- ipear daily on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue the -sub- scription. Your. King and Country need you right nowl AROUND THE CIRCLE 'OF THE WAR -j.-. The'belief that the general offen- sive of tho allies h'as'started is stfeng- thened by the continued and Increas inglj- heavy bombardment of the Bri- tish along their entire front iu France, and also by the fact of the strenuous Lpffensive just commenced by the On the British front the German line is being pounded l.with high explosives, presumably pre- to infantry activity. The Italians are' "p'r'es'sing the Aus f trians hard from the while the Russians are-driving'them, from .the. east On the French" front the French repulsed fresh German attacks; Action by United States against i. ileiico is expected today. A FEW QUESTIONS Why not cloae Bourassa's paper, which has an enemy of recruiting ever. ;since the war began? Why is an English paper published iln Ontario chosen by the government [its the horrible example? Is the goT- eminent afraid, ot Bourassa? the New York Times. SAFETY FIRST Col. Arthur Stevenson, of 'Petertooro, put at a.recruiting meeting vthere that there were at pretent 3BOQ officers, and ha favored three regiments of officers; :bnt it -would be lound that these men looking Remember, a colonel in the Car forces made --this svrioni He knows the qualified officer (of .the kind he refers to, and it is cer- discreditable that men who are only willing to in an officer's uniform and think their own lives before the safety W the country Why did they ever 'qualify? Did they .merely want to tjiretend that they were Trilling -to A little bit of conscription serve such fellows right Aa Dean Howes said in his address to the Claresholm, convention, once a farmer becomes a pure seed crank tie-at the same time develops an mity to the treads. Pure seed means no -weeds. Always flatting1 been a leader in the campaign against weeds, the Haralii a member of its staff at the weed convention-at Claresholm, so that our readers will obtain the fall benefit of .tho views expressed at that important gathering. HI IAS CKED UP IN FOH THE BUST MAN Wool means money, as well as warm, underwear. Sheep get rid of the .weeds and make money too. Every farmer ough to have a few Suffrage is expected to win in November at West Virginia pojls. Wm. Boyd prominent Owen Sound business is dead. The middle verse of the Sth of the USth Psalm. '5 the Premier Hughes buys "ships to carry Australia's crop to inarket. What is Canada doing? Our new governor-general, -we are told, is a If he is as demo- cratic as the 'Duke of Connaught he be a popular representative of >RMAND LAVERGNE KNOWS BETTER Armand Lftrergne says the [Canadian ia not la sympathy ;witli prance and does not believe either 'that he has any right to Britain in this urar. It is not Canada's war, maintains. Mir. Layergne does not represent ihe view of all French Canadians, hut he is an influence Against recruiung ,in Quebec Many nen of all races look ton excuses not fight, and since Lavergne la an iicuse maker, his fellow-shirkers use his views for cover He knows well enough this ia Canada's war. ;He is intelligent enough to realize that if Bermaay could attack Canada, whe Iber -we engaged in the war or not, ihe would do so Canada is a British possession" and a Wow us would a blow at Britain Canada la fight tag Canada's; battles in France and Belgium rather than on Its owif soil! Sir Lavergna boasts some times, when he is inspired by a streak hia fell_ow French-; Canadians enjoy great liberties under Boea he think he .would fbo same liberties under Qer- The man who attacked the police magistrate at Vancouver with, an ink stand must have been a warrior of the Woodrow TVilsoa "type. Ink is his favorite weapon. 9 warn a of mosquitoes, ire are told, mean a bumper crop. Don't worry about the.crop in case you kill off a few thousand mosquitoes. There will be plenty left to guarantee the crop. It .th6 United States goes to war Canada will have 'to nuke' more war munitions for the VThis country' is -fully .able do it We and the factories, the men Australia has changed the name of the new capital of the Commonwealth Irom Canberra to Anzac. No better monument could be erected to the brave men ot the Antipodes. The name will live forever. nan rule7 porraine Let him consult Alsace FHE FIGHT AGAINST. WEEDS The weed "menace is ever with us. jp wet yearg the pest is not BO ap- but the material for a big crop some other year is etJIl Iround farmers know the damage [The mated by weeds The destruction of weeds rests with the farmer It annoying, of course, to have a neigh or who permits weeds 10 flourish rbile yon are laboring to put them ut of business, but that kind ot neigh thanks to the educational cam- algn being carried on, is becoming Career every year. who "anta to remain in'the country and lake his farming operations profit ble, is a weed fighter and he will shame his careless neighbor jther to get out of the country or Every young man has an opportu- nity to enllit, The new Battery, the 191st, the Bantamfand the American .eglon are all recruiting here. Your oountry needs you now. Hand in your Is it be a wet First? That's what the celebration directors are asking. The hot el men will tell them Without any hesitation, that it is to be a- dry First, a dry season, arid a dry year; and may not say it just as milcf- lya i that, either Former TT. S. assistant JUtorney- General Beck In a Toronto address ex- pressed the following opinion, which we believe is now held by niost peo- ple: "At one time I belleVed that the German people did-not, know the merits ot the Quarrel, and this may be still true of a great majority of the German people. -But this catiiiul be laid of the Socialist .party. Its lead- ing organ had no Illusions as to the nature ot the struggle. It condemned provocation of the Austro-Hun- gariangovernment and added that its demands upon Serbia ,'are more bru- tal than have ever" been put "'to! .ah state in r the world's his- tory, can only be 'intended -de- A sugar beet factory is--to be built at Montana. Pattisoit a pioneer-of --Art esia, Out, is dead. John XTiller, 54 years Jail governor at Owen Sound, has retired. Reuben old.resident of Yarmouth, N. with paralysis and died at the.age of 93. Over six hundred members and parishioners of Christ church, Woking Eng., are serving with the forces. The Sunday-schools of; the diocese of Toronto contributed 53 16 to missions during 1915. Grasshoppers "are 'attacking crops in Oregon and farmers are preparing for war on the pests Rev. S. S. Pooler-fias'jesigned as pastor of the United church at N. S. Rev. G. A.- Lawspn, of-Pirst Bap- tist Chuich, Aloncton N B, has enlist- ed with the 146th "battalion. Sis hundred Jews have ;been decor- ated with tfce.St George's pross since the commencement of the-war. Rev. P. B. I-oney, of Boston, Ont., Baptist "called to Tillsonburg church. A proposed modern, highway be- tween Ottawa and :Prescott will cost Mrs, R. M. Ehtwlstle. a well" known pioneer resident' of Hfqose Jaw, is Lieut Col W L- McGregor will command the new 241st.Highlsnders n Essex county' Mrs. Ida Miner, of Detroit, with our divorces to ber obtained a license to wed-again. The number of clergy present at the ynod held in Nelson B. CC-, in 1914 was 36. Today there 27 at work in the whole diocese, Mrs. Atwell Fleming; wife of a well mown Toronto ..publisher-and ter of the late Rev. -Dr.'GJR. Sander- son, is dead. The late Sir, Robert Laidlaw, of London, Eng, provided iii his the sum of a year for Sunday sctool work in India. After a pastorate of years at Orraond, OnW-vRev. CHandier has accepted a call to Immanuel 'Bap- tist church, Oshawa, Ont. Smallest moonshine ;stllt, .raided in Georgia, made from.twoTm-canHiriard bucket and tbrae feet of pipe, capa city one gallon. Unpardonable sin Is drunkenness, a Georgia judge, officially declared in charging grand jury, which started Its work with prayef, Michael White, one of the oldest; and best .known men aldng the St j Plans to build workingnicn's cot- tages to be rented and sold without profit, were indorsed -by the Kansas City Board of AVeifare. Halvar Bakau was' drowned .at (Haugen when a maskinonge !he had hooked, dragged him into Bear Lake. The locks of the Canal are being guarded with increased vigilance as a result of the Mexican situation. __ Mrs. Nesbitt of [received word that one of her had been killed in adtion and that another bad beun reported missing. The United Stataes government Js in "the market for 6_74t horses and mules for use on the" Mexican bar- Mayor James 31. Curley announced that there would be no problem., or sex plays permitted on Boston stage during his administration! Princeton University's historic old !ommoDs, for forty years a campus landmark, is being demolished: for; a "othic dming ball. Mrs. W. G-. Gooderham-died sud denly at Toronto. She was a daughter of the late William Hargraft of Go- bourg, and left eleven 'children. A joint Federal and Inierproymejal conference to deal with the Question of the settlement of soldiers on the and in Canada after the war is posed. Two moving-picture theatres will 3 the 'only .business place? at Camp torden, which sajs Lieut Col jorne, is to be a place of and not a place for much visiting The Windsor Chapter, I O D p wrathy because two guns, for which paid some nonths ago for the, Essex mve not yet been delivered. ReQuireinents for men nha desire o enlist in Forestry battalions are o be related in the case of laborers o include men up to forty eight ears. A etor0j addition to he Traymore Hotel in Atlantic s to be built on the site of the qld Windsor Hotel, at an estimated cost f Mrs. Martha Crosby, sixty years old vas burned to death when the lence of Washington Hurst, her irother-in-law at Harrow, Ont, was .estroyed by The engagement is announced of rene, eldest daughter of Lord Gurzoh f Kedleston, to Mr Guy Benson, on of Mr. R. H. Benson, a London anker. War has mado rubber waste so va imbic diggers clear a day excava ing it from old dumping ground rubber company at College Potut, y. A portrait of tho late B. F, Ilarr of Champaign 111., pioneer farnu and cattle raiser, will be placed the "Illinois Farmers' Hall of Fam at the University, of .Illinois. KepuhHCau loiiilers nre% giving ta consideration present volt the nomination for Urilted Slat Sonator .York, State." Ex-Aid. Samuel Carson, woll know j Calgary contractor, received a gram from the militia' department in forming lilm that 'his son Pte. Ceo J. M. Carson had bccnrkllled in action Gcorgo L. Goodwin, for the five' years geueral secretary of th Brantford Y. JI. C. A., has reatgne to take, a position aa state secret a r of Delaware, Maryland and the rict of Cohmibfg. ''aeut-CoL Henry R. V., Count p Bury and de -Bocarme, senior on officer for military district Nr 10, has been'appointed to comman ah artillery brigade of the -1th dli ision of Canada's army, The new., injillion. dollar Borde camp at Pine .Plains, .the .construe t ion of which was started thirty-Din days ago, will be formally haude over -to the Minister of Militia Dominion .Day, .There.will bo ove 1 concrete buildings in the camp Charles. Laurendcau, chief city ai torney of Jlontreal, and a forme judge of the Superior Court, who with al lotber civic officials, has re- ceived a formal notice of dlsmissa effective Dec. 31. feels hurt and ma; resign. Ten officers and. 273 men from th. H.-M. S. Newcastle- passed through Medicine Hat on their way to the Oli Land. Thev have been four years 01 the China station and about IS month, 011 the Canadian coast and on the! return home are entitled to fou months' shore leave. The new Quebec Harbor Board ha been constituted. D. 0. Lesperance, ex-il.P., is chairmau and tho othe two members are George Penning ton, es-Al. P.P. for Megantic and A Gravelle, of St. Itomauld. Cliarlcs of Plover. Win. son and only surviving relative lajhuel Wheritt, a Civil War veteran rdved at Urbana, O., to attend his father's fuiieral. He found no ar rangements had been made for a min ister, so he conducted the services anil preached the sermon. The project to utilize the power of the 'tides at the Bay.of'Fundy is succeeding, according to a despatch sent to the U. S. Bureau of Foreigi aud Domestic Commerce 'by Consu Balch at Yarmouth, N. S. The work Is being done under the direction o an electrical expert from the Unitec States A coucributlon of pounds pi Virginia tobacco, donated by Mr Anderson, of the War Re Association. oS -Virginia, t. >S; A'., through th'e kind offices "of Lady Wil- liams-Taylor of Montreal, is gratefully acknowledged by the' Militia Depart- ment. The tobacco is now heinf distributed to the troops in Englane and at the front. PUTS ONE OVER IN SASKATCHEWAN Winnipeg, June is tak- ing the cream off the moving picture work of her two sister provinces, ac- dlttg to information reaching gov- ernment officials today. Alberta re- fused' to enter into a. joint Alberta.- Saskatchewan motion picture censor board, by which the two provinces would share expenses and split the prqflts when there are any. Instead she now accepts the rulings of the Manitoba-Saskatchewan board and charges a dollar for every film be- sides Hail Insurance Let ui place your risk. We guar- antee reliability of the Company and FAIR de- it now. R.V. Gibbons Co. Balmoral Block, Phono 1191 HAIL INSURANCE Mr. Farmer, when you buy QRAIN, yoii. get the best. When you buy HAIL aet the cofti no more and In event loss, you get full ptyment The (Strongest Assets find the Home Insurance of New York, Assets GUARANTEE Lowest Prompt Apjuitment, Protection WRITE TRLEPHO'NE CALL W. F. NELSQU COMPANY, 416 6th TELEPHONE UETHIHIDOI, ALTA. P. 0, BOX 1M. Made Dishea Made Dishes, prepared with the help of LEA PERRINS! SAUCE, are a great aid to economy, besides giving a pleasing variety to the Menu. Owing to its QUALITY: and concentration, a few dropi of Leu Pen-ins1 givo far more satisfaction than a much larger quantity of a "cheap" imitation. Genuine Worcestershire Onefour, June condi- have been favorable for a good crop this year. During the month May there wore days when rain .and at1 thisjtime there have been 19 irrJune. Recent heavy rains have put the ground in. such n breaking all summer. Moat of the gram >tiaB been put in, and only a few more green Teed jwill be 'ceded. A Targe acreage Has been put into "flax, and this is true, of all he country in Montana to the Ireat Northern railway. With a boun- tiful ,nnd fhroshert wo look nheafl with serious thoughts to the marketing of the grain next fall. With nd.railways convenient anil a long liaut over poor, wagon rbmls to the nearest stations the prospect, is not encouraging. Wo need more land opened for. to tampt. rail- road and more people, to' de- mand good wagon roads.- SWEDEN ANP-BR1TAIN WILL ARBITRATE AFTER THE WAR June: British and Swedish governments have agreed to --to international arbitration after tlie question of the le ftality of J of postal parcels, according to a: Keuter -dia patch from 'Stockholm today. Great Britain also Is willing, adds submit to arbitration other questions'-arising out of "British prize court which proved unsatisfactory neutral-governments THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.U, VruMent IOHM AIXD.GciuralMtiiuer H. V, F. JONES, V. C. BROWN. of Central Weit.m Bnfich.. CAFITit, RESERVE FUND, FARMERS' BUSINESS The" Canadian' Bank of .Commerce extends to Fanners evefy facility for the transaction of their banking business, including the discount and collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes supplied of charge on application. Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymners Mgi HAIL INSURANCE STRONGEST BOARD COMPANIES, APPROVED BY AWL BANKS The Alberta Securities, Ltd. nALMOHAL BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE DO NOT DELAY LONGER IN PLACING YOUR HAIL INSURANCE With the CONNECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE CO. Aiictl Incorporated 1850. Surpliu POLICIES WRITTEN AND DELIVERED THE PAY APPLI- CATION IS MADE AT THE OFFICE OF WILSON S KEITH C. P. R. 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