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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE L E T H B H f D C E ID A" .1L V HERALD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1914' Ibe Iberafo .Xetbbrifcge, iberia DAILY ANp WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dully, delivered, par year..... Daily, by mail, per year...... 3.00 Weekly, by mail, per year..... 3.00 I 1253 ancc of Irrigation for lands occupied mostly by homesteaders and located favorably lor Irrigating if "water could only bo secured from the ditches of the South' Alberta Loud Co, the government in pos- session of this irrigation system there would be hardly any as 4eEsive_as that of anj man in Can He willvmafee -a man of this important commission 'FARMERS WANT IRRIGATION Thp Dominion government ia loaa- Ing another ?100iOOOOO to toe South Alberta Land Company to -.ena-ble them to .complete their irrigation pro- :The jBnancIal conditions which, are faced Una comDany are well known to the public, and the assist tnce the Dominion govern inent warranted the of land to be placed under nrigalron Tided with.'Hie water as.qnickli as possible, so tliat settllment maj fol low. Since the jgovemment has been compelled under the circumstances to advance so mucli money to this com- pany, and since it is not yet certain Tvuether the company will toe'able to carry, on'its undertakings after the system is completed, it would be well for the authorities to eou; sider, the possibility of tailing qrer this irrigation project and it as 'a government concern. -The demand. irrigation in this Country is increasing rapidly, and the time is at hand when the gov- ernment must consider whether ;ii. Would not be a V.ISG policy to enteT ypon reclamation. work along'slmilar lines adopted by the United States government in the Western. -States _ the the South Alberta Land an agitation that deserves farorable connideratlon from the Ottawa gdrenment. Tnlg agita- tion has articn InlJie tary to the Kouth Alberta Lag4 Go project, and Us purpose is to liwe the government to the Import--. and roon contingent on such free anfl easj terms ct, good 6E flirty" Uie people __ :pl__ _ __ _ wnteJEjjf4bit esflenences -J" raaL Tliis from j an officer-in the'streets must halti-at OHC.D, clap his Jiands to his sides, and stand at attention until the officer Iras ]-assrd In the principal restaarant at TVilljelrashaveh the (burly warrarft- officer his knife aud fork, rise, and-staBd until the young sub- lieiiteiiimt who has chanced to enter or graciously waves -to him to .eit down" again. prefer'tp'ilay our money OD the army in which the former condition of-things prevails. The British AVar Office will order a million" suits of underclothing and sweaters from Canadian manufactur- UCHANAN'S TORONTO r for a Wolfe's Scluuppi and Ginger Beer-1-' when you thirst for a lone drink, and you have Iho finest combination refreihor and health tonlo poialblt, Wolfe's Schnapps w p Stimulate! the vital of the body. Every glasttul ia a draught of renewed health anil vicor. PICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE HUSV MAN and to the gentle action of At all Druigut; (Jake for Sick Nerve-) .0. -Maxiciin at aiou- treal, is dead. Carnduff; a suiall (own in Saskatche- wan, contributed nearly to the Patriotic Fund. Saskatoon has ,400 more "volunteers Tor the second contingent' than ai'o re quired. The Admiralty "asniouuce? the death from wounds o? Lieut. Richard "C.' G. Foote of the Hoya'i .Marines. Taylor, a Out, township was struck by. p.I'.R; express at Chatham and fatally'injured. Dr. James 0. Mmnford of Clifton Springs, N.Y., is dead, after- a brief iHness. He was well known in- the States and Canada for -his surgical skill. --i- Bishop Scbllard .blessed the meat of the French Romau Catholic churoh, in course of erection ai North Whon finished tho .edifice, wil have cost George Goldberg, Hamilton 'hotel man, was for takiug app'ios from an orchard.. Goldberg ;put -the ijuantity at "a couple of the farmer at a.baaful. William Starth, Gu years of age, a prominent farmer near Ont; was instantly killed when he was struck" on the head by a falling-tree when he was cutting wood. A flat "denial'Is made to .the statement contained in a-cable to thft effect that patriotic Britons in the United States had furnished and equipped 2000 men for the first Can- adian v Mayor w, .T.Hindley of Spokane has the pastorate "of Cen- tral Congregational .Winni- peg. He used to be a Congregational minister in Spokane, and is a native of St. Thomas, Ont; -Hon. A. B. Mqriae, who gained, some Tamo in Canada a few years ro- Lurniugr to Newfoundland, He a candidate in. a bye-election .in Bona Vista district, and Is likely to- returned by acclamation. A number of officers of. the 103rd' rlegtment, Calgary, have" handed in their names to Col. Cruikshank. :and' when the time conies tiiey :Will he 'to go ;the if .needed. .They are as foMows: Major j eon second in command to Major H GONE Every Canadian consumed, during 1913, approximately worth of imported guuds. Every Canadian thereby sent sixty-seven dollars of Canadian money to enrich some other country, to keep foreign Workmen employed. V A o I does not seem so much, but it makes the gigrantic total of The value of all in Canada''is less than doubieithis. Of these imports 65% come from the United States, yet by every condition uf nutufg we just as well equipped to manufacture many pf these goods as- out we do If only 25% of this 675 million dollars' worth of goods were pro- duced in Canada, that production would :give' employment to workmen, sufficient with their families and dependents to support 000 to populate a city larger than Winnipeg, or to create 16 cities the size of Guelph, .Monqtpn, Brandon, or New Westminster By purchasing only goods "Made in Canada'' you can help to keep a good share of this 675 million dollars at home, you can bring about a greater prosperity than..Canada has ever known. Keep Your for Canada "Made in Canada" Goods J.' Robie; .Cant. Capt. Downey, Lieut. Splane, Lieut. MoPherspn, Lieut. Martin, Lieut. Costigan, Lieut. Barnes jieut. Aylward, Lieut. Robertson, Lieut. Bailey and Lieut. Blair. 1 ICnox-church, Saskatoon, is a large leneiioiary under the 'will of the late Alary Copland, who died last, week, and will receive between and from the estate; 52000 is laft o the University of Saskatchewan, and' to .the .Saskatchewan The- ological.- college, the Income from which is to be used for scholarships, n'all is bequeathed to mem- iers of the Presbyterian ministry, re- Igiqus and educational organizations, irid. relatives, iln addition to the nm- lunt left Knox church. Belgian Snipers Being Taken Out to be Shot by Germans OF CANADA I. A Valuable Feature of a Joint Account, opened Union Bank of Canada in the names of two persons, Is that if one dies the family funds are not tied up just Vhen they are likely to be most needed The survivor can withdraw the money without delay or formality Think it open a Joint Account' A -3RAS8Y LAKE BRANCH J.ETHBRIDGE BRANCH B KING, Acting Manager G R TINNING, Manager I THE OF COMMENCE t (I EDMUND WALKER, C V O LL D ER General MniiaBer JOHN C, BSOV, N, Superintendent of Central Western Brancnr HESfflVE BANKING BY MAIL t Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank pf Commcice he operated by mail, and will receive the same careful atfcehiion as is given to all other departments of the Bank's business. Hev.ey be deposited or withdrawn in this yvay as as by a personal visit to Bwlc "Wit Scene at Biussels THE SAD CASE ,OF -MR. AUSBES- PIELT A piece of 'delightful sarcasm ap- pears in the Herald in the form of a letter-to the editor by Hemnch Z Ausgespielt" who gives his address as "Jamaica, N. Y. It indicates how American of intelligence has sized up the European situation, despite the high lights which cultured German professors and snapers. hav e been tritag to throw upon it. The letter runs nest door neighbor on Long Island IB a Belgian and has Home er> fine chickens Like hTs unreasonable nation; he wanted to .keep them, even although I said I winted them To mv surprise and indignation he tned to stop me, so 'Louvamed his house his wife and children were away, so the> aJd not got bdraed If I only Knew where :he> ft ere and I had a Zeppe'in T should enjoy dropping some bombs on them, "iN'e-st thing US fought me Ach, if only had some Krupp guns there1 He, what yoa Arng'tcaas tail punch od me so hard thdt to btok off and now I am to ametr fp court and explain that burning WjlL-'that is as> First, i did ndt do It I ,Secc f I did do it, (t waa ths pthlr Fellow's ault, which 13 olwayj the cue An5- ,on, I destroied jlayhome which ie had keiit .or ail the children of the neighborhood. 11 v you to print this 'as an act if stmpi" jjstice to me, for I am so misunderstood that my neigb'bors do not like mo Which shows ho-v pre- udlced and biased people can be, but they ?re uncultured and God is with 'e I never got the chickens" There is nothing overdrawn about It Is simply the language of nethmann-Holiwag, BernstorB, Muen sterburg and the German pres. into simple form? GIVE .BLOOD FOR WOUNDED1 France, Oct. CHRISTIANITY AND THE WAR (Edmonton Journal) A good many people are-finding in surgeons, .who called .for volunteers, to the war a sure proof that the world their blood to save the wounded is growing t'red ot Chnstiamtj Mr soldiers, Irom tho effects of hemorr Gilbert K. Chesterton replied effect ively sucl Uit other he declared that the world had never had enough Christianity grow tired of. v. hages, iad a gratifying persons offered themseH es im mediately. This 'work is being done under the direction of Dr. Alexis Car- rel Be Prepared! 'The thccDeelimtlon of War warns us to be prepared for tlnforesfeen emergencies FIRE in your or stori would be a lurprlae. We would tugged that you invert sum of and obtain of FIRE INSURANCEjfor a period of Three Years Our Fire Insurance Complhfif Two Hundred Years Old. British Canadian Trust Company GEO. W, Block, Lefhbridge, Alberta. Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr. THEROYALBANKOFCANADA INCORPORATED 1869 Capital Paid Up Ruerre Funds SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Account may be optned with an initial deposit ol Interest is credited ualf yearly. JOINT ACCOUNTS An account in the names of two members of a family will be-found convenient Bither the survivor) may operate the aooonuU LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J M AITKEN, IN THE INTERESTS OF YOUR CHILDREN __ The appointment of thh Company as Guardian oftlie bequests to your children during their minority is to be jecommendedi in the drawing, ot your will In tills wav you njost careful of thf funds and tits punctual payment of the income The f RlJSfS and public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts of LETMBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WBTASKlWlN 220 Eighth Avenue West, Calgary. Lathbrldgt Office Bank of Commerce Bldg J W. McNIcof Inspector GERMAN "KULTUR" ('Line of or Two" in Chicago j Tribune) i 'What is this German 'kultur jou' quijrles a reader. Kultur is .of .metal of various sizes koi! iu a shell, which is dlscharg cd. from a" cannon. When the'shell kHjee- the.-kiittun ;scatters all over tho neighborhood The manufacture of kultur Is 'the chief liul.lstr; of Germany; H.BT OF CITY iL SAVOY ;