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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETilBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, MAY 9, Cbc .OAJLY AND WEEKLY Subscription pally, delivered, per week 10o Daily, delivered, per year Dally, by mall, per year........W-W Weekly, by malU year .......Jl.OO office, also in military life, accepting double salaries lu the present time of stress. Tlioro can be no two opinions on the question. A mau'a heart may be thoroughly in his military work, but hi9 judgment and conscience cannot justify accepting double pay or pay and a halt iroui his country. 'Wcr Is a time when loyal citizens should not look for more, but rather less, mone- tary reward for their labor's. The ministers of the Gospel hi the Old Country, who toil In munition fac- tories all week and preach on Sunday, giving every cent of their factory wages to tne nation's cause, are the TELEPHONES true type of citizens. How many chap- Buslneas Office 1262 Jains of a similar type there may be in Editorial Office Canada we do not know. We trust, W. A. Buchanan John Torrance for the sake of the reputation of Managing Director Business Manager f church, and country, few of them are accepting double from their cliufvu uftu PBT iTcm tliclr country. The "whole question Is Jnst one ot ordinary integrity. This week we have Your King and Country you right nowl ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Despite their repeated defeats with the loss of thousands of men, at Ver- dun, the Germans have launched a new and more severe attack in this region of the French'font and the samo story of defeat and slaughter of men la be- ing told. What object Germany can have in. continuing their vain attempts at Verdun Is almost impossible oX con- jecture- The principle effort of the Germans has been directed against Dead Man's Hill, where the French, bold the summit, while the Germans are unable to advance further than' the foot of the hill. In one attack they launched a whole army corps without result. Bast of the Mease they also delivered severe attacks along a 2000 yard front- President Wilson baa at laat-decided to reply to the German note to the effect that BO long as the new orders to submarine commanders an BO long irifi there be peace- more he Is to notify Berlin that tbe Kaiser cannot dictate In the U. S, negotiations with Britain. DAYLIGHT SAVING NO LONGER A FAD Yesterday the city of-CmlgMy adopt- ed the daylight saving plan toy netting the clocks ahead an hour. San? iK ern cities are now ocm- mon-seniB idea for the summer months. Reglna considers it an Insti- tution; they are having their third 3 year of it Saiiatoon has voted to try it this year. Other cities are'follow- ing the lead thus taken. Lethbridfe has turned It down lor this year. The mayor said the city council -was willing to pass a bylaw putting- the plan into effect for ttrfs summer-as an experiment The Herald would like to B9e.the scheme tried out here. England, Holland and Germany are all saying daylight now. It is a war plan, but It is fcmnded on common, sense. Why should not Lethbridge try It for a couple of months at least? Day- light saving Is past the fad stage. By giving it tw% months' trial we would know how it works out in practice. Then could decide whether we want to make it an instituUoii- ALBERTA LEADS IN FARM LAND ARCA It is now pretty generally assumed that after the wstr there will be -a period of unprecedented immigration for Canada. Soldiers who before war were clerks In offices and stores or following some indoor occupation' will, many-of them at least, demand an outdoor occupation. Where will they go to find it? The obvious an- swer Is To what pert of Canada -will An article written by Ernest H. God- frey, F.S.S., on "PpsBlbitmes of Afrt- cultural Development in ap- pearing in the Ma? issue of The Jour- nal of Commerce, answers the tines- tloa Indirectly. Iri'the article is a table of the farm land under cultivation in j Canada, based on the 1911 census, to- gether with an estimate of possible farm land. And Alberta leads all pro- vinces In the total area of available farm land. Alberta boasts acres of farm land out of an area of acres. The total area of possible farm land In the Dominion is glyen at acres, of which Alberta boasts almost 25 per cent. Of Alberta's, farming area, only about or leas than 20 per cent of the possible present under culti- vation or otherwise In use for farming eperatlons. So when the big rush starts Alberta may-look for her share. We have H lij-abundance and experience has pro- Ten how it will produce. been regaled with the evidence before the Meredith-Duff commission. It has shown that Col. Carnegie, a clever Scotsman, came to this Dominion a little over a year ago, carrying a letter from Sir Charles of Ross rifiai fame, to Sr Sam Hughes. Toiday Car- negie is. an honorary colonel, drawing the modest salary of per an- num. various and diverse salaries and honorariums have been forced on endured the first curt reception at the hands of the minister of militia, and was after- wards induced to serve his country by a combinaUtm of his keen sense of duty and high spirit of patriotism, aa correspondent puts it, has been told by himself. When snubbed by Sir JSam, he went on to General. Bertram, who gave him his start in Canadian ife at a miserable per month. Col. Carnegie 'came among Cana- dians in the days of economy. Mothers la Canada are drawing from their household allowance for yarn to knit socks for the boys at the front, and tbe children are denying themselves to contribute their mite to the Patri- otic Fond, and here is a man who makes his per. And ae re- ceived an honorarium of lor whilt a member of the shell committee without "ever asking for A pure, Cream of Tartar Baking Powder made in Canada Sixty Years the Standard CREAM BAKING POWDER Contains No Alum Perfectly leavens and makes the food more delicious and wholesome. NEW AMENDMENT TO BANK ACT TO AID THE FARMERS A copy of the new amendments to the Bank Act, which provides for the loaning of money to farmers on. live stock security, has been received by President of the board of trade. The amendments are as fol- lows: 1. Subsection twalve 'of" section eighty-eight of The Bank Act as en- acted by section one of chapter one ot the statutes of U15 is repealed. r. Section of The Bank Act is further amended by adding thereto the foiiTw'ing subsections: "12. The.bcnfc may lend money to It would be quite superfluous to say'a farmer and to any person engaged in what the people of Canada think of stock raising upon the eecurity of his MTe stock. 'Live stock, for the pur- this sort of thing- If we bad to hire foreigners to help out our to act on shell could well under- stand that- they might be willing to take grossly disproportionate reward for their BTltlsfeera, Ca- can men so far forget themselves as not to be willing to sacrifice, Instead of profit from the rar? In our own city, thousands of men, women and children, are depriving themselves of little luxuries, even ne- cessities m.plotbing, etc., for the sake of the great cause. A miserable example, indeed, many men of wealth are setting. poses of this subsection and of sub- sections thirteen to twenty, both in- clusive, means horses and mares, bulls, COWB, oxen, bullocks, steers, heifers and calves, sheep and swine and the offspring of any of such animals. "13. The security may in. the pro- vince in which the live stock are and in which statutes or ordinances are In force relating to bills of sale and chat- mortgages, and to their filing or regis- tration, then in such case the security may, as respects live stock which are la that province, be taken in form of 'H' in the Schedule to this Act or in a form to the like effect. "17. A memorandum of the securi- ty taken in the form 'H' shall be pub- lished in the official Gazette of the province referred to in subsection sii- teen 'next preceding, within thirty days after the execution thereof, and if such memorandum is not so pub- lished the security so taken shall, as against creditors bf" the grantor, and as against subsequent purchasers in. good faith for valuable consideration, be null and void. "18. Such memorandum shall be in the form T in the Schedule to this Act, or to .the like effect. "19. The bank shall by virtue of the security taken under subsection sixteen of Uus section have full power, right and authority, if the bills or notes therein mentioned or described or any of them are not paid according- to their tenor, .to enter upon the pre- tel mortgages, or either of them, be mises upon which the live stock men- taken in the form of a bill sale orjtioned in. the security are, to take' P IA AICKED UP IN FOR THE BUSY MAN chattel mortgage, as the ,caae may be, valid and lawful according to the laws in force In the province. "14. Such bill of sale or chattel mortgage shall in accordance with the said statutes or ordinances be filed or registered, as may be, to- [ether with or .accompanied by the proper affidavit or affidavits called for Jin that behalf by the said'.statutes or 'ordinances. "15. Such bill of-sale or chattel mortgage, and .the taking--of such se- curity, and the respective-rights and privileges of the bank on the one hand and the grantor or mortgagor on the other shall bo subject to "the provisions possession of or seize such live stock and before or after sucli taking posses- sion of or seizure, to sell such live stock, or such part thereof as may be necessary, to realize the amount due and payable, at public auction, not leas than five days after (a) notice of the time and place such sale has ap- peared in a newspaper published in or nearest to the place where the sale is to be made, and (b) posting a no- tice in writing or in print of the time and place of such sale in or at the post office nearest to the place where the sale is to be made, "2Q. "After all necessary and rea- sonable expenses in connection with. of the said statutes or ordinances and j such seizure and sale have been de- to all other laws affectingJjills of sale [ducted and prior privileges, liens or or chattel mortgages "and'the terms existing in favor of third par- and conditions thereof lu force in the province in which the live stock meii- jtioned in the bill.- of sale or chattel I mortgage are. j "16. In any province In which there iare no statutes or ordinances in force relating to bills of or chattel Four now hatterles tiro authorized to be raised at Kingston, Out. The biggest moving picture thea- tre iti Canada Is to be erected In To- ronto at a cost ot Dr. Herbert Bruce was elected pres ident ot the Academy of Mediciue, To- ronto, The Postmasters' Association Canada gave to the Canadian Patriotic fund more than las year. Lord Kitchener sent a cablegram to Mayor Church of Toronto, in which ae referred to the splendid battalions recruited In that city. H is reported that Dr. Israel, the Burgeon who recently operated on the Sultau of Turkey, received about 000 for the work. The folk who have lived their lives in the neighborhood of Ludgate Cir- cus, within a stone's throw of St cathedral, London, are mourn- ng "Tug" the veteran newsboy who stood on the same corner'every day "or twenty-Jive years, and who Jias been killed in action in France. Through tbe arrest of a twelve-year old boy, whose name Is withheld be- cause of the Ontario laws, the police fire departments of Niagara Palls have solved the mystery surrounding a dozen small fires which have kept he firemen oil the jump during the ast few weeks. Three and possibly four ambul- ances will be sent to the British front France as the result of an enter- ainment and ball given at the Bilt- nore hotel by the Canadian club of New York. More than was in he executive committee's hands and iore money was in sight. Plans for the consolidation of Mich- gan motor oar manufacturers, involv- ing more than have been nder way in. New York antl Detroit or the last few weeks and are'on the eve of public announcement. W. Durant, head of the Chevrolet Mot- r company, Is to become bead of the onsolidation. Prospective aviation students are dvised to write Col. William Hamil- on Merritt, Toronto. Tho Canadian chools of Aviation will probably harge a tuition fee of Tbe rant--.of will be paid to those graduate as first-class pilots fter they obtain the Aero Club certi- cate. Six months was the sentence on lary Kisoneski for'wholesale shop- ping at Fort William. Over fifty aluable articles of clothing, includ- ng furs were found in her possession Lolen from local stores and stuff stolen from Eaton's Winnipeg. One merchant valued the goods taken and recovered at ?3lO. Another mer- chant's goods were valued at Right Rev. William Lawrence, bishop of Massachusetts, announced at New York that had been pledged toward the proposed 000 pension fund for U. S. Episcopal clergymen. The campaign will con- tinue until March 1, 1917. It is pro- pgsed.to pension all Episcopal clergy- men who reach the age of GS years on. a minimum annuity of Some 6800. ministers -will he affected. The demand for missionaries to work-in foreign fields for the Metho- dist Episcopal church is much great-1 er than the supply, the Women's For- eign society reported to ties and for which claims may have the general conference of the church been filed with the party making the ale have been satisfied, the balance of the proceeds of the sale shall be applied in payment of the said bill: or notes and tne surplus if any re- turned to the grantor." THE QUESTION OF DOUBLE SALARIES Members of parliament in Great Bri- tain1 been served with notice that, Jf they drawing pay from the militia department, they must choose taltry will bare both. The question of double salaries has become quite an In Canada, and the Winnipeg Tribune discussing tbe matter editorlzlly, says: A correspondent writes to tiiy Trl- its'opinfiTi of a paid. at KM WHEN CLERGYMEN SPEAK la faror of remedy, it is uf ventu wounds from festering, All dngeists. Me. box, 3 for or from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. Send Ic. stamp for return postage on free trial box. THE PROFESSIONAL TOUCH AMBUK "Chuck ux iwt IMt MM; o' bombir it'i under your at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Last year the report said, only was able for foreign, missionaries although a total of had been requested. Prof. M. A. Mackenzie, of the math- ematical department of the Univer- sity of Toronto, who is managing dir- ector of the Bank, of Toronto, in a report states the balance sheets of the above named institution show an increase of In the period between 30, 1915 and March 31, 1916. There is deposited to the cred- it of Canadian school children no less than according to the re- tRealizing that he vyas dying, Karl Kellams, of Bvansville, Ind., three days before his death ask- ed his wife to buy n black mourning dress and veil so that he couM see her as she would appear at. the fun- eral. To satisfy him, Mrs. Kellams dressed in mourning aud sood by his bedside. Kellams had been sick of tuberculosis for some months. He recently returned from Pheohfx, Ariz., where he had gone in the hope that the change in climate ;vould benefit him Private yachts constructed so that they can do coast patrol service in time, of war, are being built In ac- cordance with government specifica- tions for hair a dozen wealthy Phila- delphians. The vessels will .be" made for speed and equipped with guns, wireless and a powerful searchlight, "All of the craft will be completed by the middle of the summer. They .ho enlisted in the government reserve and participate In tho civil- ian training cruise arranged by the navy department for tho last of Aug- ust and the_ beginning of September. HALF A MILLION INDIAN TROOPS May fully 000 Indian troops are now fighting for tho Empire in the different cam- paigns ivan.the statement made by Capt Ubrley, of tho Indian Territor- ials, to a correspondent on Saturday. haa been active in mil- itary affairs In India slnco tho In; of the -war. He was aboard tho Uiiitacla whoa she torpedoed. Hn M.ln Montreal on a WILL NOT STOP Washington, May 3aker stated today that the war de- partment considers the agreement un- der -which the army began pursuit of Villa bandlto still in operation and hat under "Us terms General Funston will take any steps necessary to pur- sue the band which Sunday raided he Big Bend country, without further nstructlons. Fresh from the Gardens of the finest Tea-producing country in the world. "SALADA" TB-A. B74 Seeded Packets Only. Try it-it's delicious, BLACK GREEN or MIXED. FOR A GALLANT DEIED Widow Remembered Man Who 'Pro. tested Her From Rowdies of a bit of gallantry to woman more than, three, years ago, Frank II. Can- ning formerly of this city, and later nf Clarkosburo, N.J., la to receive as ebon as can be '.nested, He Is supposed to be working hi an eastern powder mill and detectives are searching for him. Mrs. J. T. Elkins, Detroit, widow of n wealthy ranch owuer, died Sev- eral weeks ago, leaving an estate of Half of the money goes to Mr. Canning, the remainder to a charitable iiiauuiiion in Detroit. Mrs. Elkius was formerly Miss-Irene Chad- ley of this city. Miss Chadley was returning to her home.on a trolley car late one night. She was the only woman on the the other passengers being half u dozen intoxicated men. Suddenly a light started and one of the men brushed against Miss Chadley and threatened her. Canning placed him- self In front of the woman and with Lhe aid of the conductor mauged to overcome "the Miss Chadley was so upset that Canning called a cab and rode with her in her home In West Philadelphia. Manufacture of cheam clmcse IE to be underiukeu ir. LeOibridge by the Marinaro Co. which at the pres- ent time, makes somo special clieesus of very superior quality. In preparation for tho new depar- ture Mr. Marinaro has leased the old Stafford farm on the river bot- tom and is bringing In a number of dairy cows; from Ontario. U. J. Aik- cns of Toronto Is coming and will have charge of this pint of tlie work. Already the company's factory in North Lethbrldge has been, enlarged t once to accommodate tho enormous j growth in business and now another to the building will have to be made to accommodate the cheese making branch. Work on the new addition will be started Immediately. WITHOUT WARNING London, May crew of the ijtfleh steamer City of fjicknow, which was sunk in the Mediterranean on Tuesday night, was landed on tbe island of Malta, on Thursday, ac- cording to a tUoyd's dispatch unddr Thursday's date. The steamer was torpedoed without warning, the dis- patch asserts. BOY SHOOTS FATHER Edmonton, May young sou of WUliam Gray, a farmer living 14 miles northwest of Wafnwrlght, was taken into custody by Corporal Ran- ford of the mounted police at Hnrd- Isty tills morning on a charge of shooting bis father through the body Thursday after the latter is alleged to have abused his mother. On Thursday afternoon tiie mother and father got Into argument over the lad and the former is said to have hurled a baking-powder tin at the other parent's head. He threatened her. the lad says, and started to struggle with his mother, whereupon the boy picked up the weapon and fired a shot through Gray's -body and then made his escape. Physicians attending Gray hold out littlo hope for bis recovery. BREAD CARDS IN BERLIN Berlin, via London, May berg, a residential suburb uf Berlin, announced that beginning the week or May 15, the city will Issue bread cards. The Cup That Cheers Most is the-cup that is the most unpluiuianl after-effects can mar the keenest pleasure. With Ihe usual hot table drink, whether it be ten .or coffee, .there results to many persons an inconvenience in culls for a change. Instant Post urn is rapidly filling this table want, mid in a way satisfao j tory to taste, comfort and enjoyment. Its rich, mellow flavour, and absolute purity mnkc Instant Postiiin a prime favorite of both parents ami children. Instant P.oslum is quickly prepared at table, n cup at a Simply plac" Ifvrl teaspoonful of the soluble powder in the cup, pour on hoi water, I hen stir and add cream arid sugar to taste. No waste. "There's a Reason" for POSTUM At Grocers everywhere Canadian Poatum Corual Co., Ltd., Wimlnor, Ont. ;