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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THF LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, 1914 fbeualb Hetbbribge, Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES tJally, delivered, per year..... Doily, by mnll, per year...... 3.pt .Weekly, by'mall, per year..... 1-00 TELEPHONES teuslness Ofllco........... Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan Jolm Torrance Managing Director Business Mauagor 1252 1224 GOOD ADVICE The English spealllng press in this country has been laudably engaged in urging toleration to the peaceably dis- posed units of those nationalities who in name represent the countries now our enemies. It is satisfactory to find that a German organ published in Caaada feels it its duty, likewise, to -take a corresponding stand so far as its readers are concerned. The Berliner Journal oE Ontario is none too late in coming forward with its sensible plea that though the love of the 9ld Fatherland is born with Germans, the respect they should have" for their new home should not bring .divided feelings amongst them. Tbo words used 'by Journal should carry the Berliner weight with those to whom tbey apply. They have now the opportunity of showing, as tiie JctlTnal points out, a gratitude for the j-ea'rs of peace and prosperity have enjcyed under the British flag. "A-void arguments wiUi the mem- bers of other is sane advio. It should be put into practice by all the' different nationalities, including ourselves, who peoplo die Dominion. PICKED UP IN 1ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN There will1 bo' no 'fall fair st Cran brook. Cobourg gavu its iiuota of S2 men a good send-off. Brockville raised for the boa pital thlp. Fifteen men left OrangeviHe (or the camp at Vnlcartier. Two hundred more soldiers left Kingston yesterday afternoon. Boy scouts of BrockvIIie were sent out to round up two suspects. Philadelphia .is to have, homeo- pathic hospital, to cost WHERE THE UNITED STATES COMES IN .With the of brotherhood, orig- inating from a common stock, the sympathies of the American nation are, undoubtedly, with Britain in the present war. But apart this spontaneous expression, the'matter of a German triumph is one of vital in- terest to the States. If such ;a calam- ity .should occur she will be confront- ed wiih the same menace .which. has. faced Great Britain for the last forty An ascendant Germany enforce on. the United States a program of cihng up armaments "i (be same ratio which has been forced on Great Tho Victoria Skating rink at Guelph, Ont.. has burned to the ground, with a loss of Major-General Inigo Richmond Jones has died in London in his sixty-sixth vear, after an operation for appendi- citis. By the death of Mr. Wm. Davidson here passed away one who was close- y connected, with Aberdeen cricket for many years. There are approximately Germans arid Austrlans residing la Canada. There-are 9000 Germans in Winnipeg alone. S.- Walker; K.C., has been elect- id treaasurer of the Mechanics" In- titule, -Montreal, to succeed John Harper, deceased. James Williamson of Cavan, Ireland, .was instantly killed by a fall from a load of turf, while endeavoring to stop his" nrnaway horse. Among the subscribers ti'iho To- ronto and York County Patriotic Fund is MatthewB-Blaokwell for S500. The fund has passed the mark. Sir William MacDoaald, who nn- derwent a serious operation at 'ha General Hospital on Wednesday is re- ported to be making good progrens to- wards recovery Over eighty suspectsi-Austriahs and picked up during the past few -weeks ajout Montreal and vicin- ity., were brought to Kingston, and are now in safe keeping Henry. Reports .from Seattle say that Ehg- Bntam witli a crushing burden and Russia, according to 3 Block laxation on her people. However improbable and impossible the issue mentioned may seem at of Shanghai, a large exporter of Chin- ese eggs, 'have placed orders that'will take up ali :the Chinese ,eggE: on1- the _ of war. and has to -be reckoned with hy a practical people. It cannot be classed amongst unforeseen incidents Far-seeing'mea have recognized this, and the outlouk was shortly expressed by Krst Ixird of the British Ad- miralty when he said: "If we godowii and. are .swept into the.ruin .qf the past you Americans are nest iu line The United States, though not act- ively engased'in war, can be a great factor in its prolongation, should 'she carry out to the legitimate limit the supplying-of neutrals with foodstuffs iWith her mercantile marine. Although the opportunity for com- .mercial expansion may be highly at- The Royal Edward sailed from BrJs tol today with another record pas- senger list, including two ;large tour- ing parties from Toronto, the Cuth- bert party and Mrs. Summers Cocks' party, both recently arrived from the. continent. It is- reported Medicine Hat: that a special guard lias been sent to Ir- vine, account of disaffection among the German population of the district- Several-of those causing the trouble are said to be members of the' militia. The woman who was arrested last week; at Val Cartier by a sentry, mas tracts this phase of the situahcta jqueradmg aa a soldier, was taken from the camp today hy a member of the provincial police She was escorted to Montreal, and then deported. It has will undoubtedly be taken cognizance of by the American republic. "Wet gas in Imndbrek well." thing to change the story for the min .ute. anyway, Two Australian vessels are hot af- ter the 13iose German pirates seem In running tritp a British colony, at. every turn. Hughes says he wants CGO.OOO men. in Canada who can shoot straight. This is for the new .units being formed. "In time of peace, Icara to shoot straight" The first list of casualties In the .war" on the British, side shows the horrors of battle. And it shows too that. Canada, must; do her share--to bear the brunt-.-and fill up-thewgaps as they, are made. -It appears from today's despatched that ths Httja d-fficulty 'between Bri- telii and the'States over the purchase of Genrany's' merchantmen, IB about to be settled along broad, liberal lines It will do Britain's cause no harm with the republic to if the -policy proposed jis followed After reading that German report on the Heligoland naval battle yester- came to the -conclusion tbat the Kaiser 'had a press agent Who could adapt himself to deal with the in a manner worthy fhe Kaiser himstlf. The Beriln press agent had a cruisers of tho type ttiied up In'tha fray. In reality tho Lion Is one ot Britain's largest and finest fighttas, was bigger prUIch Didn't rtov up, woroe The advantage of a guar- antee on roofing lies in the fact that can call upon the manufacturer to make good if the roofing falls down. But no guarantee should be accepted unless it is made by a concern of recognized responsibility. R'bOFING Quality Cerf-UUd DtircbUity is guarantccd'five years' for 1-ply, ten years for and fifteen years for 3-ply, and our guarantee is backed by-the biggest roofing mills in the world: aUfc.tion in AU-ComatrlM. One of tke must Important questions of the day relates to the extent to which a govern- ment should interfere In the af- fairs of business. The success- ful man has always had to run the risk of attack. Safety from unreasonable Interference by government or attack by others lends ths ambitious man on to his greatest exertions. In some countries, qs }n parts of Asia, It dangerous for to ac- quire anything beyond his bare necessities. In suclr a eocicty, nothing but' poverty and busi- ness stagnation can exist. Governmental intervention In the affairs, of business should extend only. over such things as are necas.sary .for fair publicity and truthful statements. Under such a government, business se- curity is at Us bust. Individual- ity and 'Initiative are encour- aged; the country is progressive. ntid Its future prosperity Is guarded. But ss soon as legis- lation begins to deprive the' pro- ducer of a square neal, or nvaere business by peo- ple experience 'and necessary training, .business se- curity will be transformed Into business depression. A govern- ment should be limited to Its natural functions of just and reasonable -legislation for the greatest frood of the greatest number of -.-people, and should never show' favors in order. to 'catch .votes" or to secure cam- paign con triba lions, In addition to Roofing, also manuiact'jie a complete irae of lower prced jpoficgs, building- papers, s'nnglea, aheathuig, csrpct linings, etc pti' up in standard sized rolls, juctagcs nad They are accepted as stardard by Iced nj archhecta aiid engi- neers. Yoar deiilcr will lie pleased tn give you full information about our g ods and quote jou icasonable P'lces. Be sure the goods are made and guaranteed by U3.. Gessral Roofnsg Mfg. Company World's i of Hoofing Papers f polii, Mian. 4156; Crater 3402 Detrwt Tdy Hi developed tbat her name is Lewis, and j that she was connected 'with a Boston paper. "LET US CONTINUE" Reply of French General When In- formed of Son's Death Paris, Sept Figaro gives the following account ot General Castel- lane's reoort of hi a son's death. He was busy dictating orders during a battle, when an officer presented him- self, It'" said the general, turning In a trembling voice the officer re- plied: "General, -your son, Xavler, has just been kiJIed by .a bullet In the forehead m repulsing the enemy's attack.' The genera! remained silent for a moment, then, turning to the members his staff, said: 'Gentlemen, let us and resumed the dictation. CHICAGO PLEASURE STEAMER AFIRE WITH HUNDREDS OF PASSENGERS .ON BOARD Chicago, Sept. City of an excursion steamer, caught fire a mile off this city, early; today and sank. Excursion boats' went to the rescue of the crew; The Chicago carried several dred passengers, according to per- SCT.S rescued, and ivho were the first j to reach bhorc They were unable to state whether all were saved or not. People's Forum In British East'Africa a volunteer force has been" raised, to co-operate with the 7-roops in defence of the Ugan- da railway and the southern'frontier. Homhasa has raised-a, town volunteer force, under Judge Bonham Carter. TBEST E Mrs, Kelly Advises all Women to Take "Fruit-a-Tlws'V KAGEHSYIUX, ONT., Aup. 36th. 1913: "I can highly tives" becttuse they did me an 'awful lot of good and I caunot speak too highly about them. 'four years ago, I commenced taking tives" for a geueral break-down and they did uie a of pood. 1 bought a good icatiy dollar's worth, but it was money well spe'ut because they did all that you claim for .them.. Their action is so with other laxatives, that Hoiirid pleasure, as well health, in taking, them. They seemed to -me to be particularly suited to .wome.n, OQ1 account of their mild and geutle action, and I trast that other women may start taking "Fruil-a-tives" after readmgmy letter, and if they do, I am; satisfied the results will be the same as in my own MRS. "Fruit-a'tives" sold by all dealers at joe. a box, 6 for trill size, 250, or sentpostpaid on rcceiptof price by Frnit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa., Berlin, Aug. news was re- ceived here today concerning "the.sit- uation on the French frontier h'eybud a special despatch to the ung doclaxing that the British der feat at St. Quentin was complete. The British losses were heavy at Quentin and the routed British sol- diers were forced to accept battle by .the German cavalry who' were .in masses on their, line of retreat. There is good reason to question the veracity oi this statement.- ,The location .in the foregoing despatch, of St Quentin, in the department of Aissne, France, as the point where ihe British forcsa to re- treat beiore ths German es the scene .of this lighting consider- tondon, Aug. the npprov' n! (if his Majesty the Ktas, Hear-Ad. nilrnl Archibald G, H. W. Moore, C.V. 0., C.n., third- Sea Lord on the board of Admiralty, hoisted his flag on I1.M, 8... Invincible on August 15, ami was uiccoeded as ti.lrd Sea Lord by Rear- Admiral ftcderlck O. T.-Tudor, the Uion Director of Naval Ordnance. Cantata Morgan Singer, A.D.C., K. JI.1 has been selected to succeed R Admiral Tutlor, as Director of -Naval Orituanco and Torpedoes, :lml took charge on August 15. It is further announced that Hear- Aiiinira! Sir David Beatty, K.O.B., M. D.S.6., commanding the First Bottle Cruiser Squadron, has received the 'acting-rank of Vice-Admiral. The following nag officers have hoisted their flags in, ships of the Sec- ond and Third Fleets, the appoint- ments dating from August 1: VMS-Admiral the Hon.. Sir A.. B. Uethell, K.C.B., K.C.il., In H.SI.S. Prince George, as Vlce-Admiral com- manding battleships of Third Fleet. .Bear-Admiral William L. Grant, C. B., in H.M.S. Drake. Rear-Admiral H. L. Tottenham, C.B., In'H.M.S. Albion. Rear-Admlral D. R. S. De Chslr, C. B., M.V.O., in H.M.S. Crescent. Rear-Admiral H. H. Campbell, C.V. 0., in H.JC.S. Bacchante. Rear-Admiral R. S. Phipps Hornhy, O.M.G., M.V.O., in H.SI.S. Doris. Rear-Admlral R. H Wemyss, C.M. in H.M.S. Charybdls. Reiir-Admiral Cecil F. Thursby, C. M.G., In H.'JI.S. Queen. Heai-Aduiirnl J. M. de Robeck, in H.M.S. Amphltrite. ablv lurtier th- Ftencn the torv than it hss bees th' previous reports. London, Aug. a moment this afternoon the house of commons, turning from its country's isverkd to'the old controversy over Ireland. Premier Asqnith had an- that oa re-assembling on September 9, the government would proceed with the Home Rule bill and Welsh Dis-establishment and John Redmond, leader of. the Irish Nationalists in the house of com- mons, expressed hopes that if the government's proposal did not meet Money Orders issued by the Union Bank of Canada can be conveniently se- cured, safely cashed, and are Inexpensive. Issued for any sum' up to at a cost of from '3c to 15c. Payable branch of any Chartered Bank In Canada, Yukon excepted, and In the principal cities United States. OF CANADA 3RASSY BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH A. B. KING, Acting Manager G. R. TINNING, Manager The All Purpose Tractor Plowing is only one of the jobs the OilPull does well amd easily. It will make profit harvesting, hauling, road-making, at threshing, husking, pumping and all such bels jobs. The OilPull is easy to start and easy to operate, burns cheapest kerosene and distillate at all loads, at any kind of work and just tha right amount for the power need at each instant. Close regulation, the little attention required and its freedom from sparks make the OilPull an excellent threshing tractor. The OUPuil is freezing of radiator. Three sizes, 15-30, 25-45 and 30-60 horsepower. Get the OilPull catalog JC10. It's good reading. The GaaPull Is a leader in gasoline tractors and there are no better engines than the Runitly-Falk for kerosene and the Rumely-Olds for gasoline. Every Rumely machine is backed by Rumely branches and dealers. Supplies'and parts on short notice. RUMELY UNES lip to the present the British lines have described as extending from Lecateau. St.- 20 miles Cambrai- and .'.the same distance southwest -of Leca- teau. It is within 8 miles of; the boundary of the department of-.Spm- .ipproval ot the whole the gOTGriiuiSiru wuulu nOIi change its intention in regard to home rule. '.Former Premier A. J. Ballour 1m- metliatelv arose and said that if the government again introduced home rule its course would -arouse a tor- rent oi abuse. This pronouncement brought an ma, referred to in roar the ministerialists, muaication issued by the French during which Mr. Balfour stood un- deparimeat last night as !moved When quiet was resumed be The situation on our front from the j sajd that to introduce the bill while department oi Somma to the Vos-jniany members were serving at the ges remains the same today as jes- terday WAR DOES NOT STOP WRIGLEY Goes Right Along With Building in Toronto Toronto, Ont, Ang Work has been stopped on many Toronto build ings, pending a settlement of. the '.war, but the Wm Wrigley, ir, Co, Ltd, manufacturers of the famous' Wrig- ley's Spearmint are going right ahead, and excavating Is now progress, for the largest and finest chewing; gum factory in the British Empire, which wiir be built on Cat-law- avenue, I.To- ronto. The building is to be an all- steel concrete and brick structure of the best known pattern, four itoreys m height, with quarter cut oak trim. The action of this -firm' in; goii. along with its plans m spite1 ot the war is commended by the Toronto newspapers who apjireeiate-the ;.f act that it will keep bus out of work. raanylaborers "SINGLE MAN" WANTS TO KNOW Editor, Herald: Would you be so kind as to 'publish any information that'you mty have on the folitfwing- How will the funds which are now heing collected for the families of those who go to the war be distribut- J ed? I would like to have this published is because there are many whovwould like to enlist, but they are that those who are left be- hind any want Hoping iu.it you C2H xfvc thla Information. MAN." No Change i In Price of Blue Ribbon Tea THE BLUE EIBBON TEA CO. have plea- sure in announcing that they do not'pro- pose to" take advantage of the advance in price'of tea. This company is in a position to supply all the Tea required in Western Cau- ada, and will Mil at prices indefinitely. splto of the heavy duty which has just been Im- posed upon Coffee, we will continue to sell Blue at old prices. Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg Edmorrtwn front could only arouse a most heat- ed controversy the ministerialists roared which cry was met with anvy counter-cheers from the oppo- sition. _ There was an angry, shout from the Nationalists and minister- ialists when the house proceeded with other, business POULTRY WHS AT IT .Following are the winners of Leth- bridgc poultry fanciers, at Medicine Hat fair last week P. and F. and 2 aui Light Brahma J and 2- cock Light Brah- ma 1 cockerel Light Brahma; 2 White-Booted Bantam hen 2 White- Booted Bantam cock. A E C White Leg- horn 1 cockerel and puilet Black Orpingtons, 1 puilet, 2 cockerel, 1 and 2 hen, 1 cock. -B. p. pullet W: Orping- ton 1 cockerel Black Orpington. Westhrook and 2 cock Rose Comb, Black .Minorca 1 and'2 hen Rose Comb Black Minorca.; l.pulleti R.' C. Black Minorca; 3 cockerel E. C Black Minorca 2 cockerel Single Comb Black Minorca 1 hen Silver Bantam 1 cock Silver Sea- bright Bantam 1 hen and cock White Ro'se Comb Bantam 1 hen Black R. C; Bantam 1 .hen Cochin Ban- tap 3 cock White Cochin Bantam Special Best Pair Minorca? A. C) and 2 li C. Min- orca cockerel, 1 and 2 White Min- orca pullet and cockerel; 1 and 2, White Misorcc. law; 1 White Minorca The Local Poultrr aod Pet Stock Association will hok .its annual show during the first week In December. OF PARK NOW IN VERY BtST 4HAPE Sept. In officially an- Hoiinced that the MlnUter of M. accompanied by General Oalllene, military governor of Paris, teaay 'Inspected the-'northeast front 'of entrenched camp at Paris, and con- gratulated General on the rlpld work of Ihe supplementary de- Traetan GttoUno Tractora M Ensino Pbwi ErniU Breake Steam Eaain RUMELY PRODUCTS COMPANY Chicago Hlinoll Calgary, Alta. WPSnSBUMlERS London, Aug. manifested in German newspapers reaching this city over the action tak- en by-'Japan, in'support of Great Bri- tain. of the news- papers refer to the Japanese as black mailers. Germans, however, resigned to the loss of Kiao themselves with the reflection that its ultimate fate will be decided on European battlefields. The newspapers remind their readers that Kiao Chau has already cost Germany the immense Bunis-spentibn railways and mines. Al! 'the .newspapers lament the sit- uation of the unemployed, and call on the government (or measures to al leriate the distress, which the Vor- waerts calls the "flood of misery, which, is slowly and surely inundating the empire." Discussing: the treatment of, prison- ers of war, the Post says it is absurd to treat the prisoners any other way than as. enemies, while the Tage Zel- Curdaiou, Ana., Sept. Threshing has already commenced; .The first car of grain was shipped from by "Darby several days ago. The recent copious rains will hinder threshing for several -days, hut many rigs are preparing to commence op- erations 'as soon as the'itooks'are suf- ficiently dry. Mr Dan C. Condon -hauling a 32- ton steel shovel from CardBtba to his contraction the St; Mary's- reclamation. camp, near Babh; Mont. ;Daa ia hav- ing some' 'difficulty iai pulling this heavy piece of machinery 'across the country at this aeason- of tfce year. E. A. Purnell is assisting nith. a S2-horso power machine. It will probaljjy UKe two and a half or weeks ior this steam shovelto ibe camp of -Mr. Ccrcan. tung: urges that all RusMan officers who are captured retailed as .uostageB for the good behavior of the Russian army, and shot aians conducj. themselves badly. The War News Daily until Dec. 31 r For 75 cents 75c We have made a special rate to all new sub- scribers Hying out of the city, 'and will send THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD To Any Address from now until Dec. 31st, 1914, for Eegular Yearly Rate, x i All subscriptions'will start the-same day as received. SEND MONEY BY REGIS- TERED MAIL OR POST OF- FICE ORDER. TheLethbridge Herald LETHBRIDGE 'AL1MTA Dilly Herald Lethfcridge, Alti I' enclose 75c for which please send The Dally Herald until December 31st next. Name i Vf5' ;