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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Foon THE LET H BRIDGE DA I'L V HE 11 A L 11 THURSDAY, SEPi'EMBEH .8, !31i> iDjj Itoeualb tilbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY. tUBSCRIPTI-JN RATES: Dally, delivered. per yrar Dally, bj anil, per year by man. per ycar...x TELEPHONES Etiitoilal Office W i. Sii Itiniticitu- 1221 'bought under misrepresentation. Whether they could pot llimr money back ta another nmtU'i-. All ol tiioso who sold lota nro not in the condition of t'uo Hudson's Hay Co. A lawsuit In most cases would ibs a Svitsto of money. THE BALKAN KINGS ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Tho Russians have been able to make a suceessiui staui! in eastern Galicla, and their counter- attack? against tho Austro-Gernians have had the effect of checking their advance to a considerable extent. In northern Poland, liowovcr, the Teu- ton advance continues. H is stated that Riffa, the Baltic port, is now practlc-aily isolated, and that it can hold out bin little longer against the invaders, The Teutons are prepaiing for their next move by demanding j'rom Koumania passage through that coun> try of munitions to Turkey, and are massing troops along the border the little state to enforce their de- mands if necessary. The evident intention is as soon as possible to establish connections vrlth the Turk- ish forces. In accordance with agreement eaid to have Bulgaria and garfa is to remain, neutral, it is stat- ed that Tursey is already evacuating lerritory ceded to Bulgaria, Tha German government has sent assurance to the United States that la future it is prepared to adopt the principle of the American declara- tion that liners should >be warned and sufficient time given to rescue passengers 'before being sunk. Tho Pas celebrated the reported victory at the DimlHiielles last with a hnpo toivhlight procession j and bonfires. Tim Pas evidently be-1 lip.ves in prttir.p ahead of Oio rest t of the world, tlu> Pniv-anellt1? j !vavo been conquered The I-'as can j smile ot tlie belated celebrations in other parts. One strong reason why the pov-1 eminent slicniM not demand nil >nt for the different advances made to thy farmers is the low price ot grain, find the price been Si a bushel, them would have boon no warrant to -be lenient. However, since the price has fallen so heavily tho farmer Puds is difficult meet his complete obligations to the gov- ernment. been signed between Turkey, whereby Bui- of K.C.M.G., and the only member ff. ihe Dominion cabinet now holding a higher rank is the Hon. Sir Robert- Borden. BANKS COME IN FOR CRITICISM Canada's banking system is sub- ject to much criticism just now. Probably the conditions created by the war have made people dissatis- fied with the banks. Money is not easy to get and the banks a're blam- ed. It is likely some of the.criticisms may eventually bear fruit. A promin- ent Toronto man the other day said: AVe want" more banks and smaller banks. As well as big banks we lots of local banks like they have la the States, where the presi- dent is oae of the chief stockholders ana knows everybody about him and all the local 'business aim what ought to be helped, and. who will help local firms 'in order to -help the locality in which they are. Junior managers come to take charge of local branches for a year or two never get in touch with the particular iTelgh- bcrhood and peem to devote their en- ergy to collecting deposits rather than buHdins up business by letting out money. We must also have a "bank of rediscount Like they have in tie States, and when "we have a na- This year's bumper crop is helpful to the country in more respects than in improving business conditions. It is inspiring a new morale amongst the people. A year our farmers were discouraged. They thought the country was on the rocks. >'ow we find them cheerful and satisfied, ex- cept for the price of grain. The good crop has changed them from pessim- ists to optimists. la connection with the conferring of the title of K.C.B. on Maj.-Genernl Sam Hughes, it is pointed out that this rank is civil as weil as military. The only other military officer in the Halifax, N.S., Aug. country who holds this rank is Sir the details connected with the substi- On the left is Premier RacloslavotV of Bulgaria, next King Ferdinand of Bulgaria, and on the right King Ferdinand of Ronmania. The two Ferdinands are dislanlly related. The King of Hounumia is a HoLienzoIIerii. Catholic branch, and is perhaps a tenth cousin of the Kaiser, The King of.Bulgaria is a Siixu-Coburg, a second or third cousin of George V. We Cannot Control the Law of Supply atvd Demand and thus secure tea at a fixed price but we can and will control the QUALITY of For 2.5 years the Standard of Excellence in teas has SALADAand ccave what may, it shall never deviate from that standard; exumaive, anil so far moat S.IICCPSS- fnl laimchud "y tliolul launched by Us fill lauueliecl by Cm-ninny anil Aus- tria, Ims iiio twofold object of cuptur- several of the most important strategic positions at very heavy sac- Street Railway Men to Strike in B. C, ____. Aug. street mil- rlflco. They are pushing onward to- j wayiiicii's strike that, will tie up ?ll lines of ihe Mritish Columbia Her- ward I'etrograd. and ustiis every I ilii: 1 known tactical move to drive a wodge j trie railway in inicoiivui. Westmm- I through some point of the Russian stw ami Victoria'is expected to I line Time and again they luive used every tboir command to imsfi clmnge. Counsel said he had been advised that the blind stallion was worth Jli'O, while the horse ex- changed it was worth 5200. Gammon, answering questions, said Doe was in Montreal. He went up to buy horses for him "and went on a spree." That was why ho was not now in New Glasgow. Nobody had asked Doe to stop away. Gammon swore he thought the Doe horse was all right, and bought he was worth He was good for draught work. John Cough, Halifax, produced the William Otter, who was in command tution of a horse said to be worth J200 account book of his brother, Dr. of the Canadian forces in South for a stalli, Africa- The rank is higher than that (By W. S. Babcock) From the time that the Russian re- treat became a definite and establish- ed fact, with its duration and extent, the remaining questions a great part rated at Gough. the veterinary who examined j of the world has been asking, "What called 21 horns. It vt'tis statptl .this afternoon tontine tors ti-roush and a large section of ami mutormcn would not appear fur the Russian forces. Never have they succeeded, even in the smallest de- gree. Further and further they fol- low greedily In the trail of their wary ami formidable foe, getting daily mora distant from their base, and more dangerously involved in the enemy country. Now, since the outbreak of tho war, nil countries involved uavo been In- tlieir own use, us well as all possible means of protection against the ene- my It is rumored in many circles that has recently perfected ami satisfactorily tested, an enormous cannon, far superior to anything of the German 17-lnpli gua with :i vange of twenty-five miles. It is also work tomorrow innrniug, but it will probably be 'nftpr mitlaight hefurft a decision is readied. For a month both sides have been submitting cvideiux- by mi-artiihratioii board, whrih re- commended n reduction ..pi. .approxi- mately SA per .cent., in. vsiges, the, top price being 35 ceu.ts ;ui hour. To- day the company accepted this dud- ing, though it held out for a decrease. i rutm propos- I.ieui. Genvld ..Alaur. ,IJa Tlliclce, son of Rev. Septimus La Thickc, for some years rector of Knowltcn, Qui'., while on ollii-ial duty in London, was thrown from a motorcycle ami killed......... rumored that the A'lics m the j ui. iuc; ttuim uuyji asKiiis. "vvnai west have a number of these which remount agents had bought, oc-.the remounts in this district. It was the of the Allies on tho j with ample and cupied tho-Davidson war supply com- examined bv commissioners' counsel I west Like manv another I is prepared question, it was very easy to ark, es- western drive as----- John Ihompson, to aacartalu how j as it been ruraorcd Arrives. None of the warring for a second mission most of this morning and af- ternoon. The stallion was bought at New Glasgow iast September. for the long-expected soon as the proper money Thomas owed and man who got it and gave a horse exchange for it, known as James Doe, The Toronto World points out that f said to be at present in Montreal. 'when this parliament opened, less Jian four years ago, it had only one knight in the House of Commons, ir Wilfrid Laurier. Since then the a great drive had been looked for to start, in May. As the Russian retreat continued paid the surgeon in I'Jl-l. Myra yes- terday testified ihat he gave Dr. Cough after selling a horse as a and daily seemed more dangerous, All the Xew Glasgow witnesses in j remount He claimed this was money J the question became more and more court today asked about for The ac- j persistent. As the fail of Warsaw deal. Sir Charles intimated 'that wanted to question the original book showed ihat Mym owed j became .certain, many thought the the doctor on April 25, 1D14. additions have been Sir Edmund Osier. Sir Rodolnhe Forget, Sir Robert Borden, Sir George bert Ames, Sir Jam Atkins and Sir blow in the '.vest wou'Jd be struck to er of the stallion, as well as Doe. The The last in tile D00k Janu- orlgisal owner has yet to be found. ar-v- 1915- Xo reference was found in Spurseon Gammon of Xew book to the .Mym payment which I Warsaw is not nearly so serious us emlnent countries is anxiou nrs for 'an enormous ef- fort on the western front at almost ther o'tnlgk-e may rest assured of: Is a thorough understanding Be- tween all the Allies. They are play- the Foster, Gir Her- testified that be received an average he made io Seneunber, 1014. of for four horses, whose ages varied 1'rcni four and a half to I years old.' One horse, which cost 5am Hughes. The total knighthoods ince the Borden administration came inm S250, was taken sick and he ex- n is between twenty-five and thirtv." i phsnsed a five-year-bid animal! 1 J T_T RUNNING SHORT OF PHONEY t won't be long until Canada has as many knights as honorary colonels nd honorary LL.D.'s aad D.C.L's. jkna London, Sept. Amsterdam save the Polish capital. But it has a gigantic game, and each often been argued that the fall of] Allies fully posted as to all moves 0fSo.ewhenrtiie. German drive against further the Germans penetrate into Russia has reached a predetermined Kuseta, the more nearly impossible j point, we may he sure of the move in wi'il be their return. the Germany in a verj It is said that the German army is box, her final struggles close at n its way lo Fetrograd. and that; hand, and the peace of the world not AI1 lhe horses were sound. He correspondent of Heater's sends the j Russia is preparing to transfer the far off. w. of a caoe wnerc'a blind stallion i following: "A teleernm from Berlla capital to Moscow, as Franca transfer. I Knew 01 a cace wuere a uintu j luiiumiis- --x iKiesiiiiui j LJ i I was Sought h.v tlio remount officers i says an Invitation for iraljlic sabscrlp-, veil her capital to lor sim- A little .croup of grey-nairen I nnr! nftprivnrds tor a horse lions to ins war 'ican has been jrab-. ilar reasons. The drive townrri Paris W0nicn, some oi them grandmo .m.ri' Ths Popular Scotch Lit Montreal to Glasgow T.S.S. ATHEN'I'A '......Oct. T.S.E. "CASSANDRA '..Oct. 11 Cn.bin Passengers only 3rd Class 533.75. PREPAID TICKETS from Scotland, issued at. lowest, rates. Full information from any Railway or Stenriisiiip AKGUU or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, 349 Main Street Phone M 5312 Winnipeg. JICKED UP IN MAN Thouirjsou, the government counsel, January what information he cad on this ex- in Tho loan to redeemable I costly failure. So the German drive and calabash pipes will be one "f tno in the east, tho most nowerful, most I mfdcrnisms at the new ilall.uuu wo- men's huiWinit nn-.v in progress of Ramsay county HOW FRENCH CAVALRY REGIMENTS CROSS RIVERS 'completion tlic of for of of Strat-i active; Aid. Meaiord of Barrie, Out., j is dead. I H. E. Johnson, town clerk of Wai-! rc-aigncd. I The Ivanhoe concentrator at San-; tiocal baalt of rediscount and more j don, B! C., vvas destrcysd by fire, local banks, and the local banks Ex-Aid. Jolm Keres, made independent of the profession-1 forl] Qnt., has enlisted al mergers, general business will be i servjce greatlv Denofltted by such a system, j Rfiv T j Hamiltori -This man's yiews are held by hun- j anipton, becomes rector -dreds :and rignt here in the west j town, Ont. 'the amatt local bans as the i The Ontario government has sanc- j tioned the raising af Ford to the t status oi a town.. E. D. Brown, an old resident of j East Zorra and [or many years a i teacher, is dead. 1 A. Macdonald, oi Winnipeg, esti- i mates the total grain cron of the west at bushels. Rev. E. C. Hri'igenian has retired j from the pastorate of Riverside! Baptist church, Saskatoon. United States tjossesaes has many ardent supporters. Canada's 'banks Ettould listen to the complaints and 'endeavor to remedy the grievances Or there irili ibe a strong movement soon under way to recon- struct Canada's banking system. OUR POINT OF VIEW YOUR KING AND NEED YOU NOW. COUNTRY Donkhobors in British Cd'umbia; will bo prosjcdted for failing to scndj their children to school. i Rev, W. B. Casweli, of Broadway] Methodist church, Winnipeg, advo-j cates conscription throughout the j is picking up. At Ray- Empire. Dr. C. O. Fairbank, Petrolea, has been gazetted junior major in the 70th Ontario Battalion ioc overseas service. Since apples, clover and corn are Harry J., seventeen months old thrivine BO -well In Southern Alberta, i child of R. W. Smith, of London, n. .i .1 mond alone fifty new 'binders have been sold since the season opened. -we may expect some optimist to ex- periment with oranges, .bananas and cotton. A. blockade at the eleraton might do good to the farmer. He -would be forced-to hold hie grain, and then he wanted to sell he might get i IwtUr price. Hon. Robeif-' Rogers says he wiH Ton in South Winnipeg for the Home of Commons, he SSVB he is ah-" eolutely safe. That is the opinion of Hon. Robert, but the people still and their voice is yet to be heard. Purchasers of lots in the Hudson Ely subdivision at Edmonton art at- tempting to recover their money on the ground that the company has not lived up to the representations made In the prospectus. Large amounts of money which were to have baeo spent for Improvements, it was claUnod, hare never Seen If is met with In this case, the J courts Even UsUu miU be deluged with similar ry purchaser of real -to be Ont., died of eating tablets contain- ing strychnine. The body of Geo. Hayes, formerly of Windsor, hut latterly of Sault Sto Marie, was fount! in the canal at the Michigan Soo. The state of .Minnesota will collect an inheritance tax of from the estate oi the late Frederic-r Wey- erha'.tser. He was worth Reeve J. Peart of Barton Town- ship, Wellington County, has. startedj action aeainst Ben Hunt, also of Barton, lor for slander. The sslection of Frank L. Polk, cor- poration counsel of New York City, to be counsellor of the state depart- ment was announced hy Secretary Lansfng. Wm. Keck, 20 years of age, of For- died in the at Medicine Hat. Several oayg ago he bid a tooth pulled. Tha tocth was a (iecavftd pnp. and blood poisoning set In and resulteri in his Judge Blanchard of Kind's county, P.E.I., dfed at Charlottetovn, ajrnd 61. He was a talenwd nus'TJin, and was organist oi St. Dwstsn's no- man Catholic church for. ncofs than j 30 Eighteen young men of HuntsviUei hare enlisted in the past joined the 23rd Regiment at Parry Sound. Eight of them will- form machine gun The council has provided .the guaV Mrs; Annie. Bertha Spiccr, wife of j Thomas Spiccr, farmer, of Tilney., J Bask., was returning from serving hiEich to the linrvester-s on Saturday afternoon whi'n the horsu shied and bolted and she was thrown against a barrel killcrt, having KUS-. tainfd a ('rep on right temple- Deceased wa-s a of Toronto, and had been living in the west for 23 .rears. Service MISSANAB1E (New) ..Oct. 9 METAGAMA (New) ..Oct. 1P MISSANABIE (New) ..Nov. 1.' METAGAMA (New) ..Nov. 2C For full particulars apply to any Railway or Steamship .gent or W. C. CASEY, General Agent 210 Portage Ave. Winnipeg THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIK EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., L L. D., D.C.L.. President ALEXANDER LAIRD, Gcne-nl.A'.snescr JOHN AIHD. Am't .V. t BKOWN, Superinicnder.t ot Central Western Branches CAPITAL, .Ji RESERVE FUND, BY MAIL Accounts maybe opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same careful attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's business. '.'.Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. W2i liethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mg'J Picture snows u 1'i'uiicii iruupur u J'tvcr wi ijonlouns wliilo Jiorsos take Io the water. FAKE AND 03E-THIRD- FOB -BOUND TRIP LABOR Monday, September'6th, 1915 Between All Canadian Pacific liy. Stations From Port Arthur to Vancouver Tickets on Kale Sept. ,'Jnl TncliiKive, and good to return up to .Sept. 8th, 1915. Full pai'Heulnrs obtainable from any Canadian .Pacific Agent. R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary, ;