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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta f AGE FOUTR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD letbbribtje e, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY, RATES: delivered, per year far mail, per ywu- by mill, TELEPHONES.' Buslneei Office 3263 Editorial Office 1224 W. A. Buchanan John TerranM llanaelng Director Mmijar ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The silence surrounding operations at the Dardanelles was again brok- en yesterday with news which brought cheer to the allied countries. The nntsranding feature was the sink- ing pf four Turkish transports by a British submarine. The land forces en the, ;Ga31ipoli Peninsula have con- siderably strengthened their positions as a result of the last fight- ing, and now command more import- ant The Allied fleet, too, is continuing bombardment in ihe Straits with effect. The Russian forces not only appear to have been able to make a stand in eastern Galicia, but are apparently holding von forces in northern Poland. Grodno appears to be the vulnerable point in'the Rus- sian line at present. The-outer forts surrounding this fortress have been .taken, according to German reports. Reports from England are that the .German submarine which the i has been caught in British] and that within the past sixtj days more than fifty submarines have been thus caught. There is no definite Indication. as yet just bora" matters stand in the Bal- kans. Roumania is now the key. to the present situation, and much de- pend? on her action, in view of Ger- many's demand that munitions be al- lowed to be transported through. Rou- manian territory to Turkey. If those buildings' were properly dod." This was tho statement uf II. H. Day, professor of Physics at the Ontario Agricultural College, Cluelph, when aiked about the value of light- ning rods, statistics covering a per- iod of ten years, 1901 to 3911, show that out of every 599 buildings struck, 317, or 53.t per cent., were burned. As these figures were gathered trorh newspaper reports the percentage- burned was rather high, as the papers printed only severe cases. Amongst the total number of buildings struck IS were rodded, and of theso only three iirers oumeii, or 15.6 per c-eui.. as against 53.6 per cent where no rods used. These figures show tQJtth lightnlns-rods saved a great many buildings when struck. A correspondent of the Regina Leader takes the view that noxious weeds are a blessing in disguise, and RICKED UP IN SSING THE BUSY MAN William Smith, a Wetaskiwin sol- dier, was killed in action in France. Capt. George Stacey, of St. Thom- as, will be one of the majois in thfl 70th Ontario Battalion for overseas service. There is to be a civic reception Ottawa ior Premier Sir Robert Bur- den upon his return after his two months' visis France. to England and of the Urn- Professor C. Hay don r versity of Washington, and a well known mining authority, was killed at Harrison Lake, 100 miles from Vancouver. Both barrels of a shot- gun were discharged into-his side and died within a few minutes, O'Brien, of Peterboro, for the past fifteen years separate sehod in- that, Instead of Bemoaning the pre- j spector for Eastern Ontario, has of weeds in Saskatchewan, received the appointment of sccre- tary to the educational council of formers should be thankful because of them. This correspondent holds the We In this that, if there were no weeds and other wheat producing countries, the production of the cer- eal wuold be so great that the price would be. depressed, and the financial j loss to the farmer as a result of these low prices would be even greater than the lots he now sustains bv reason OUR POINT OF VIEW YOUR KING AND NEED YOU NOW. COUNTRY L. with-us -Again. he German submarine didn't catch Harvesting is delayed again, but if the frost keeps off there is no need i -j to. worry, vi me un i Roman Catholic bishops of Ontario', He will reside ia Toronto. Sir Alfred Mond, one. of the leadinj owners of the Westminster Gazette a London Liberal paper, has an imunced his conviction that con criptioa is necessary in Britain has resigned ftom the directorate o the paper. H. H. Itowlcy, manager of the Vancouver branch oi the Union Bank _. fof Canada, -will leave short lv to take of weeds. That fellow is a real opti the 'of Major A s> -Christiei manager of the .Victoria .branch, who is leaving ior the front nest month as second of the G7tu BattaHqru The Bishop oi Ontario has decidei that Major the Very Rev. Dean Starr, rector of St. George's cathe- dral, Kingston, who asked permis- sion to gp. overseas as a Canadian chaplain, must remain, at his post here. If he goes overseas" be must re- sign. The dean has decided to stay. Louis Wender, a young Roumanian Jew, who was-sj enthusiastic over Canadian freedom that .he volunteer- ed as a private in the first week of the war, though he had been in this now received a commission .-as second lieu- tenant in the 14th Cheshires, with whom he is now at the front. Wender went from Saskatoon. "with the Prin- SONTQ mist on. weeds. We wouldn't be sur- prised if he owned a weed-infestec farm, and is too lazy to get rid oi them. -By -practicing economy in many di- rections, .the exhibitions at Edmon- ton.: Reeina and Saskatoon this year aJl report a surplus. Saskatoon had almost given up its annual fair this year when public spirit prompted car- 'ryirifi It on, 'but in less expensive style than other-years. The result was that Saskatoon, had a high-class agricul- paying- out considerably more in prizes' than in former years, and reporting a surplus, after all ex- penses had been paid, of over In other years when conditions were better, Saskatoon fair has not suc- ceeded neErty- as well financially., Lethbridgs might well reflect upon. Saskatoon's- experience. We want a fair here- every year, a fair that will be agricultural and helpful to the farmers. ,1n the past we have prob- ably spent too much on circus. By es- tablishing a reputation as-a high-class agricultural fair, the eshi- )ItI6n "can become a success. We must not allow another year to pass; WILL CELESRATE VICTORY :GF MARNE Sept. municipal cou'n- ctss Patricias and has beta both wounded and gased. Sir Thomas Lipton w-.U pay out: of'his own pocket to make good'deficiencies in capital ac- count and of Lipton, Limited, of which he is founder aid'chairman. Stocks o! it" was ex- plained, had'been overstated in a a previous "balance sheet.by some of the managers, .who-haye heed missed since, iind'iflio it is al-h leged, a large vsiira' on financin'g af- filiated bas-f a fair In this city. We-have In many, districts- the bulk rBy excenent no better in the cil ls making irrangemenls "with the 1 ,.-_._ 'IS "in Since the Norris government sumed the reine ia Manitoba, tber have lalrfeady been refunds of mone improperly paid by the late govern ment sufficient in amount to pay th salaries of the new ministers for year or eo. ws hive beea having raor moisture- than, was really necesifcry the Pacific Coast .which, is usuall supplied with plenty of the wet stuff has just emerged-from a dry a 'The World, reports that only one' hun. dredUi.of .an inch..of .rain fell in Van couver in thirty-three days. 'Colleges aren't ''aU" conducted' by Absent-minded persons in shell-rim raed glasses, remarks the Simcoe Kpack trail up to the property-and is of easier grade, than -any..road- to that part at present insistence. ._-.-_ Work "further developing the Lead Queen to "the'north "of here has in "the-form of opening up ihe to the 'prdperty; A gang oi.'men are busy on THE "YORK" repre- sents the smartest two-button sack style that will be shown this CfYou will note that it of all extreme features and yet it is distinctly smart and stylish. CjThousands of good dressers are wearing 20th Century Brand clothes year after year. C( Ask any of them and they'll-be glad to tell you why. We are exclusive agents..: m THE "2" M'S Sole Agents-Lethbridge, Alta. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1915 Science and the Present War short the route. "Tjieij, shbrtly (By W. S. -something light to cat, have a short From the leginnlng anli thfen out to thefr riuarters. war, applied science in its; most kucn modern salutary'methods season during which it was taen pos- be iurtber t ligh grade immediatau contiguous to way on another "claim known as thej the railwav siding it is more than i Top called the Te-.att. in, ?robabfe that when shipment com-i the' end -in view of mekces the _ctutes for the load- shipping of "ore as a test. ng of the cars will be made along iie. bank at the, railway siding In connection the preliminary ex- imiaation has been made of a. more "rvrce, taken a'numher _ial This Drooertv was -also under dp tanen a numoer pfvyeara 10 vetameS'nr.rirvSrS; owit really elflcieni ;Fortun-: experience in the wireless telegraph.: H is hardly necessary to state that J an invention is of invaluable im- 1 from tiilect leading, to the mine has' time teing. velopmentrin past'years, but owing to Gome legal 'entanglements as to ownership, was closed down for the Guaranteed Goods "hear a great deal nowadays of mih a guaranty.'. 'Exeelleiifcif Vi means anything. vV guaranteed Back of it stands a company with a reputa-. tion for integrity and square dealing. The new rlonble -wrapper is a against the sliglitest deterioration hy climatic or' bthet "conditions. Then there is the fltanding that'_any purchaser dissatisfied from any the money hack for the asking. Could Any Guarantee Stronger? Dint to another right over the is ed just prior to the outbreak' o! desired Doubtless, Jir. war. .Consequently, the allies ''T K able' to rush ikrrV numbers o! thssrs! startling uses for wireless U.e- able: to rush large numbers of thes .trucks, tg all necssary ih'iitr v ,.This: i eip.; troops guickly as by any '-'desired pbiat. tor his native land during this Jf .theia: later, of after Repeatedly this war has-been.called the war of' science, German science IQB War OI EClttUCti, UBllUitll against that of thc ailies Thew is .deTelopment of science m .great- mucll .f illc statoraent. As evidence fef'i8 'u? of fact, England has just reccnt- 1 The .health or.an.army as ly. organized a department'of toTen- greatly uoon t to discover and develop, ways nieAns of combatting the plans Burdett, 'Sept. and busy thriving at the present the tlire.sher is htard from' morn till dewy the- town itself are wjth considerable alacrity, the music of iiammer and saw going on farMnto'thu night. As the dwell- ing "accommodation of the town has bean the number oi nW citizens coming in have found it ex- tremely difTicul.t_.to. secure, houses. Air. Lombard has opened a new bhicksraith next the post office. School on Wednesday, .September good master beein ftngaged .as teacher For the term. Will Not Give Natvrajizatioii to Alien Enemies Calgary, t Sept, Biff Justice Hyndman 'finally.'.juled' "in chambers yesterday that .he had no power -to grant ccrtiqcatcs to alien declared that that; was also pi Chief Jus- tice Harvey'anu of s.dme ofcher judg- es in The decision given---when, tho lone; list of Hussiaii-GRrniaiis ot Ger- miiii-Russia'ns, ..who cropped up in force to 'the licjuor 'elec- tion, was beioro r hjra on adjourn- ment. II is claimed "thaV .ma'ny -western farnicrs are' tp'Oiitatio arid taking.up land in .the newdy develop- ed northern-section of.that province. CANADIAN mean health, strength, and- Victory, while poor sanitation ipestil- cnce, decay, and probablt detect. 'To tnake sure o! the health of its troops, the Russian army has constructed train: continually back and Jbi present four and devices of Germany and her al- lies, especially the-submarine. This department is headed by Lord Fisher witlusUch inventors, and scientists--as Sir J. Thomson, -Sir. Charles Par-! i- each: capable of feiyirig, i rfcajfc j. tp; a. day. rtade up of tath tea cars, tank cars, .and cars for the crew "atfendr Each bath car lias nUnlber of shower baths along -each ihifde wall, aiid several' .steam 'compartments through llic. contra: 'Cold Water comes from the lank. pars and hot water from. the engine, so that the men have a -shower -of 'whatever temperature ''theyiidcsirc. enter .undressing, ear, strip, and "pass .to the, I'b'ath car. Whilt th6yi are d, or burnr ed, an required. From the bath car, thfy pass to Ihe dressing car where" pirtment is reported to be a it 'is'-th'ought 'wiU'iiialie 'allies" w'arsniffs entirely immune hy submarines'.'- Stales has-, organized is with Tliotnas-A; Edison at'its- head, and many of Am- erica's most noted scientists, 'and- inj -.veritors. Siirely, when this is over. a great and interesting chapter: in' applied science will he -open many astounding disclosures. with' TO START WORK ON PARLIAMENT .HOUSE innipeg, Man., Sept. T. H. Johnion, minister of P.uulic Works, to be able to announce to- they'receive .their own clothes disin-1 morrsw or Saturday'that he', hag ar fected, or a new outfit. After dress-1 ranged for a resumption of tho vails inj, tliey. fas to the tea cat' lot on yis BC.W CANADIAN i. PACIFIC FA-RE' AND JROIIND DAY Monday, September 6th, 1915 jdanadiaii Pacific Bjr- Stations1 Frpirti P6i'ttAi-tlHir-to Tickets on sale Sept. 3rd to 6th Inclusive, and good to return up 8th, particulars from -any Ganndiaii 1'acifip R. DAWION, Dlitrlct Paittnger Agent, Alftcrti ;