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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 29, 1915 PAGE FOUR ttbe e, HlDerta DAILY AND WIEKLY. RATES: Dtlly, delivered, per year..... by mall, per year...... Weekly, by mail, per TELEPHONES; Business Ofllco Editorial Office 115! 1221 ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Italian forces appear to be meeting with little resistance In their advance into Austrian territory, and yester- dav's despatches stated that they had already captured fourteen inln proportion of the Human raw, otherwise we should nil In1 slruRSluiB for tho same object and there "vou d bo hopeless confusion. The worship; of mcro riches is, no doubt, loo much n part of our daily curriculum, but the compensating biilnnco lies in tho racl that those whose names live the longest are not usually those who an. celebrated for thsir millions uloiu'. It tak" manv different varieties of human beings to mate a nation, and it Is most probable that the nveragi' I doctor or lawyer tokos far inor.- real enjoyment oat of the success altaini-d in tiie more intricate uliases of llis profession than ho does out of the cold cash obtained for the work done. .Man is a hunting animal by nature, and there is no doubt that this in- stinct comes out strongly in oven our business dealings: incentive to excel or to bag our quarry aro much the same thing, whether our bent be trying to pile up money or excel in some particular calling, or profession, there is little doubt but that the hap- piest man ie he who is able to excel legitimate way in that in which with apparently no opposition. is mos, interested. The present Placed as she is now between two Baron Rothschild is particularly tor- fires with the Russians menacing her atter practically surremlerinK on the north and the Italians new in being ab'.e to still pur. -weeiins in upon her from the south. hjs 8nfi his collecting and liKtria's dav .is a factor in the great fM[ ,0 SMm- out his war is almost done. Sooner or later desire. must turn her attention to the Joiithem campaign which will relieve the pressure from the It is worthy of note in this i-eriod, when we have serious lou.bH as to whether the human is a rUu't- of the recent figl'.tmg in discuss these questions. iVe do honor to be still very indef- some of our scientists and best men even in their own life times; fore- fathers not so very eltiier hansed or burned their most prosres- individuals. We still have the inite, but the Germans admit that their advance has been checked on the river San. and the probabilities -esses in tills par- slv, and there Is an uncertainty ibout a general election.' It Mr. llor- wnnts u rail truce ho can ha-vo it. but he must llrat t-'ll the country there is not going to bo lin election unt'.l after tho war. It has been argued that, in disc the United States joined in the war, tho Gunnm' population might not cooper- all, and there would then be the sibllity of n war nl home. The New York Herald is making a very elaborate, iiivpsttauion in order to de- termine to what extent the American Kovernmont cnn depend on the co-op- elation of Herman-Americans in case of war with Germany. It pursued this first in Chicago, which has a lar- scr German population than any city in the world except Berlin and Ham- ,'jnrg and found "Aiser'ra first" sentiment strongly predominant. The published statements of leading citi- zens fully confirm this. In New York ihe same result WHS obtained. A substantial record of active ser- vice in the war by officers and mem- bers of Liberal clubs in Ontario was shown at the annual meeting of the Liberal Club Federation of Ontario. The London Liberal Club, for example, reported thirty of its members nl the front, including its president, secre- tary, and seven other members of its exe'cutive. The Hastings Liberal club, Belleville, has thirty on active ser- vice, and the Liberal club in the smal1. viliace of Kenilworth has two men a! the front and six others enlisted. The Brnaiford Liberal club has a quota of fifteen, with one of its members the commanding officer of the third con- I tinsent from that city. A member of 'the Harriston Liberal Club has al- ready been killed on active service; MADE IN CANADA BERMUDA SALISBURY WILLIAMS. GREENE ROME CO., BERLIN. ONTARIO Ottawa, May the June election went glimmering the Honor- able Bob Rogers' stock has gone down fifty per cent. What's the use of having a Miracle Man if he can t put something over So far as his colleagues can uisccver Hnh s black 'magic has not had a particle oi in- liluence on public opinion. If there a Wicked Partner in sight who could deliver the goods Hob would not last long. He remains on the job because nobody else is available. j As a matter ot fact the Honorable n 9t RIBBON OENTACCREAW a matter of taste as well as common sense. You'll like ite delicious flavor you'll also like ttie antisepj tic cleanliness it gives your. leeth and moulh. TRIAL SIZE TUBE MAILED FOR IN STAMPS COLGATE CO. ESTABLISHED DcpUO Drummond Bldg. OVER 100 YEARS MONTRliAI. G. M. SHEPHERD -MONTREAL 3027R Sole Atenl lor C.n.da presentatives, Barrie six. and so on If he leaves Aem he sagacjous enotigh. but the Federation. The them on their backs lor when all is lack spirit to carry suomar- vention or progress, and have suffic- ,_ th8 and done the Minister oi Public them out_ The Honorable Bob can arrived Ltly criticised the inventor and the is the western criticised some_ the activities of German suimar-1 vention or progress, and have same ines which have recently Ulerc [ficient unbelief has b The expected reply from rogard to the lo the B note on the Lusltania are content to adopt it. alter our tone -dent, ims not come this week. If ana forget that we ever doubted it. tne Kaill utiu uviiit n.t ,een express I Ulliverslty Liberal, have all done their himself to the rank a thing new, vvei tlu, hjs hale with th incident, nitti uut the intention of the Kaiser is to de- iav matters until feeling dies down, then his purpose is defeated .by the "uear destruction of tie Nebraskan On rhe whole we do not sympathise with Lord Rothschild in the loss of j his fifty millions, but envy him the j being aMe to pursue his life to a sue jhare. Of the latter, nearly ail the members are either on active service are members of the University Training corps. it purveyor oi jnd tin eared tu mt n...k aim mu his hale fellowship with the back ......chers. As for the Honorable Bob iiimssu'ho'doesn't give a hoot one way or the other. He is not like uear destrucon this week apparently toy a submarine, cessful close in the way in wnicn lie Ullb ti- _____ fhat life. 6SP2C- which only serves to increase the tension between the two countries. IS MONEY OR SCIENCE WORTH THE MOST7 Considerable surpriie has been in certain quarten o! late as to the will of the late Lord Rotiscbild. --ortane is' believed to have aggre- pit-d .but of this huge amount llis eldest son receives only a small portion, the .bulk of the fortune going- to the second, son. Of course, in this material age we are, too many of us, inclined to think in dollars, but in reality the fact that Lionel Roths- child. the eldest son, has chosen for his life's ivorfc the study of natural history, should not occasion much re- mark In one paper we note in large type the Query 'Would yon sacrifice an inheritance of for the love of a few .bugs and' Is this A fair way of putting the case! Or even a good way to look at it! The Hon. Lionel Walter Roths- child has had a remarkable career, and the fact, notwithstanding the sur roundings in which he was brought and that he lived in an atmosphere would rather spend that life, espuc ally as his chosen calling is distinct- y honorable, manly and very usefiil to all of us. OUR POINT OF VIEW FOR THE FUSV MAN lionuiauic uuu (The his overgrown reputation. He has been credited with superna- tural powers, largely owing to the I efforts oi the Opposition who have Billed him, in their remarks with horns, a hoof and a tail. The plain __________ Dr E S Bolton, oi Medicine Hat, truth is that no r.odern Ma- The New York emphasizes has appointed heaith officer for chiavelU. He has no Britain's humanity as displayed in Heime53v' arcd 54, oi Hamilton, tv arts of the ward politician pro- RICKED UP IN SSING supply them with hints, but the spunk has got to be their own. For example, Dob wanted an election last fall, but didn't get it. He wanted one this ;Juue, but they funked again, Con- science being an even more powerful way or me OUU.-L. "j.....- persuader than Bob Rogers. The idea mail who hasn't wider horizons than of a Beaeral election this year has rnr iiiuinncfi ihe Hish Com- not abandoned, the date has merely been shifted. Meanwhile the best the Government can do is to keep alluding to it. which is poor comfort for a man as impatient as Bob Rogers. man wo a Ottawa For instance the High Lom- missionership in London is a good W. T. II. Preston's book has 'shown what can done with it. Three tilings have hampered the Honorable Bob's career at Ottaw this war. It says: "It must be fur- ther observed that in all 'her activi- ties at sea England has acted with conspicuous humanity. 'Have you nothing .better to do than rescue asked a German naval officer when England man-o'-war .boat fished succumbed to his ;when he Ml from dow. John Baptiste, aged received urica tcravcu icctea on the larger arena oi upstairs win- Dominion of Canada. Mephlstopheles, to give him his due, is a hard thmk- John Baptiste, aged 73, a well er. He is subtle as the serpent and known resident of Hudson Heights, has initiative. Bob is Due drank poison by mistake and only a straw devil. He knows his died shortlv afterwards. luoo'k because he has learned it _bv Horse buvers, representing the Ital- heart hut he is only repeating wnal u, a nnii ll'jc nnt. Within the last two weeks the Hon- orable Bob has become the leading member of the Club. Ev- ents In Manitoba hear him o.ut. The name of the Roblin Government is gloy and iU power have departed. Worse than that the elec- tion machinery has passed out of its hands. The Honorable Bob heard ths SOS calls from Winnipeg, and was in favor of starting to the reicue by way of a -Dominion election, but love's labor would be lost now that Strong swimmers like Sir ROdmond Roolm and' Dr. .Montague have gone down. There's really nobody whose evidence Ready Money As You Need It any yours for the asking if you carry LETTERS OF CREDIT issued by the Union Bank of Canada. It Is easy for you to obtain funds with them as it la difficult for any unauthorized person to do so. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH G. R. TINNING, Manager H. 6. SANDS, Acting Manager THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE eres rea would be worth saving for the inquest an England man-o-war ,ooiu uaucu rioifaB uuvcia, an janOiami n. government, opened negotiations he did in Manitoba _.. him out of the nater after i ..up 'the' hase o[ thought out any new s had -been sunk in a Norm oea. udLue. horses for militar'' tn euess wn Not only have tlie English taken the Hilda Johanness lives of no sailor or passenger of a fatally injured when sue jumpcu n-um merchant vessel; thev hare saved all j the parapet of the provincial gaol at the fighting- men they could. It is Winnipeg g the contrast of German barbarity in the new Parliament buildings "aiid has not I Wild signals, some wireless, others stunts. It's not, continue to come from British he i Columbia where Sir Richard ITt 'l 'nkin0' hv the head The 'she jumped from friends who expected a tide has turned, and iorty-two centimetre performance slaushter of in p0iice js being held bv to explain the from a twenty-two calibre outfit. Obstacles The next obstacle to the Honor- ong others. is on his back. Can he hang on a little Mebbe. Richard will never be himself again. eluding women and children, that cently. thTnltion, .obody has any !SB E EoSSt chat piMts .i n hem tin- npck where vou can choke it oH and the Honorable Bob has to IOOK on ami im and that he lived n an amos "f money anfyet chose science as his the condemnation of 1150 unhappy people that elicits of all civilized life's work, redounds in our opinion far more to his credit than if he had ipent the greater part of his life in a musty counting house in a position that coulfi, perhaps, have been much better filled by some one without his talents in the direction in which he has used them. It is too often lost sight of that the scientific man discovers something, and leaves it as a legacy to the world, hearts and Chicago manuiacturers are making miles nuuwa the onlv bids on 40 0011 freight cars lo be con- many miles deep. At all events it or not. Bowser Is tie on strucled for the Russian government, thick enough almost anywhere not to j man that knows, ana he srarv ipointed honorary major and it's mighty hard to find its tail. another friend drawn master oi the "12th Manitoba dra- consequence is that it's a hard j.-oun- his ate to have the, pnernmeni to trv for one mantoswmg. flits which he belongs potter, while oiner sm EDMUND WALKER C.V.O..LL.D ntt. The Kew York Sun well says: 'Germany wails that England was try- ing to starve millions of German civilians, including women and child- ren. The assertion is mere fiction in the first place. There is not the re- motest possibility of starvation in Germany. There is some inconven- ience and humiliation through the ;oons. The annual meeting of the Canad- du Manufacturers' Association wi'ii j oi ruum LU IL n. take place in Toronto on Juno S, 9 and or other it offers no footing to swing --I it from. Indian club politicians have Belleville Cheese Board voted iSOCM conic from all over Canada at one out of its patriotic tund to aid in buy- time or another prepared to use their ing field kitchens for the 39th Bat- beloved country as a i sort oi calis- tallon. president ot me uiuano .ucun-di yuuu IULHI sociation, died unexpectedly of heart! wick or Quebec or Manitoba or where- s ut the Dominion of Oan- SHu leaVCS It SS a m iiie nunu, leiiue oiiu. that in its financial value to the j shortage of some crops, notaMy ce world at large cannot be .measured In dollars in several lifetime. la considering this subject we rap- idly come .hack to the question of, "What is U it piling up dollars? The late J. Pierpont Mor- gan's lament was, that, when he was gone from this small inhabitable sphere, lie would only ibe remembered as a very rich man. and hot very long as that, it is safe to say that the name of Lionel Rothschild, the scien- tist, will be far more remembered and far more prominent a century Hence than would name be as an- other Lord Rothschild, a' multi-mil- lionaire. If 'he present Lord Rothschild's ad- herence to his life work, and science In particular, has cost him __ L i Ills late lu imvu trv for one swing. With which he belongs potter, while other oceans on both sides there's plenty governments m which he is indirectly of room to swing it in but somehow interested totter. Bob. is having hard luck all round. Even Ills excuses for a general election are turned down. It was Bob's idea to sound the tocsin CWITAL, FUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of SI and opwards. Careful attention is given to every account. Small accountl .re welcomed. 'Accounts may be opened and operated by mail. Accounts may be opened in the names of Uvo or more drawaU to b. made by any one of them or by the survivor. Lethbridgfe Branch against the 'Senate as unjust and Dr UC1UH.U LUUIILH da U.UULU V- (6auiov U-...----------- thcnic exercise but none of them ever tyrannical because it insisted on the James MacArthur of London, did much with it. might be ,80ldlcre at the battle-front 'eals, but there is abundance to eat for every one, and there will be in- definitely. Even it England could re- duce her enemy to sue for peace by cuttiug off her .food she would be Mly within her rights, as were the Germans in 1870-71, wien they liter- ally starved Melz and Strasbourg Belfort and Paris. No, what really en- rages Germany Is the British success in cutting off her supply of war ma- terial, above all her supply of petrol for her transport service and copper for cartridges." Hon. Geo. P. Graham at a meeting at Paris, Ont, said that the Liberals were prepared to withdraw all meet- ings if Premier Borden would state definitely there was to be no elec- itl UHl i -i c _ 000 It is same to say that he IB very jtlon. A: B. Dyment, president ol ate happy in the choice, and having had (Toronto Liberal Association, Jjr .lames UL inu iiiui-ii Huiuiuio in. "'o o president of the Ontario Medical as- good local swingers in >.ew Bruns- honest fn election as the folks at 1 _______i_ji_. ...ini- nr finHiinc r.r nr where- nri1p when the people of Canada di'i not rise to this, another excuse was put John Harcourt of Fort nope, tjrami aua was aiiuuicL DIUIJ. forward, which is plainly not Bob's. To Trunk and G.N.W. agent, was attack- their best efforts. It simply refused Bob (lue is no weakness John Harcourt of Por I ever it was but, the Dominion ot Can- Hope, Grand' ada was another story. It defied to be swung because that was not lt.esirs and burden of tho day ,u. ....Lif ntA complain, just as he ed-and seriously injured when alone way it. was in the habit of being e-an in his room, with the evident motive the J Lennox, barrister of had any trouble swinging Manitoba, Moose Jaw! has been appointed Junior which is a small even with major of the 46th Battalion, while Ad lutant Dann has been promoted to the rank of captain. Major Lennox was a captain in the Black Watch and the Hudson B; ada is a back The tiiird lion Bob's nath is the additions, but Can- In the Honorable Government. It is plenty of timo to consider the ques- tion, is not worrying over the matter halt as much as his critic.. Socrates lid Diogenes aro names that we know pretty well, and these names will go on being handed down over more thousands of years than has hereto- fore been the ease, and yet they were both paupers. The intense love of'pil- tof np doW.. only attacks a certain community so is a natural trtlt In certain, individuals, md It is a merciful provMence that trait only inherent in a cer- Until the prime minister tells me and the other people of the Dominion hat there will not be an election dur- ng the war there can be no truce. f he has not got the courage to take the'people of Canada into his con- fidence and say there will be an elec- tion or there will not be one, then I em going to have the courage to con- tinue the work of Liberalism in the city of Toronto." proper attitude.....----- for the Liberals to rest on their oara rhile their opponents aro politically This is quite the It would be foolish Esiatlisked over Forty-one THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA ASSETS OVER The A, of Banking (jet the Savings Habit. HighestCurrentRates Allow- ed, and j u il Interest Compounded Hall- Yearly on Deposits. We solicit your account in our _____ SAVINGS DEPARTMENT LETIIBRIDGE BRANCH, 315.13th Street N. o. F. BUETCHER-MANAGER, istera to carry. It wasn't so long ago that Premier Borden was boasting of that very oad In the House of Commons, and how obly the government of the day was ustainlng trials and tribulations the nost onerous in Canada's history. The entiment was loudly applauded by is followers who were proud of the performance. It is nuito rue that the government has from ime to time shifted parts ot the loan o royal commissions, and -hat the bill for extra help of this kind must now run into hundreds of thousands of dollars per annum, but the House was willing to forget that In view of the special war burdens to which the Premier was alluding. In almost the same breath, Sir Robert he was transferring a big shaie of the dunnage to one tinman and two srocers who would act as a purchas Ing commission and relieve the gov- ernment of spending one hundred mil lion dollars among the ten-to-fifty pel cent, patriotls. but nobody thought In wanted to get rid of what work wa. left U seems, however, that he. does at least In the Pickwickian sense, am that a general election In which tin people would dtf the voting and th, government would run fo_r office, wouli JL'F. c. Fire! Fire! Fire! We take this opportunity of announcing that Mr. J. to our care all his Fire. Insurance i. th, time to get your home and family nafcguardcd, if So d.n'. Fir. Insurance Companies, which in existence for one hundred years and more, need no further S-ral of th, insurance for which w.e .r, date tacK to the eariy part of the 19th Century. British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843 Ooiiybearc Block Lcthbvidgc, Alberta A Corporate Executor WHITE EOE OUR BOOKLET The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Pukllc Adminl.lntor and Official Assigns, for the Judicial LETHBRIDOE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN L Avenue Weil, Calflary. Lethbrldge Offic. .f Commerce Bldg., J. W. McNUol ;