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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAG1 THE LETUBRID6S! DAILY HEUALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1915 PURE FOOD MARKET Saturday Special Veal Lamb Chickens The finest fresh-made Cream- ery Butter in the city at 30c per pound Finest Fowl at 16c per pound Government Inspected Pure Food Products In All Our Markets P. Burns Co., Limited MAIN Avenue South. Phones 412 and 1388. DOMINION 4th Ave. and 6th St. S. Phone 1654, PALACE Street North. Phone 431.' CUMBERLAND TOWNS SHELLED BY GERMAN SUBMARINE Picture No. t shows Pnrton nnd Hnrrington and the hills beyond. Nos. 2, 3 and -1 are re- spectively, tin- market place at WhiU'haven Cusllc and Whitehaven hnrbor. Still Pleasing Particular People who always use the The phone No. is 492 The Highest in Quality but Not in Price- The Alberta Meat Market The Oldeit Established Meat Market In the City. T SYillia 'Rni'VlCI l-Ioushl to preserve. ilpniHnL6 OI JLUUlb JDOlfld. [very general in Can; IS AN IDEAL FOOD FOR CHILDREN It aidi the of other food. to God thow who so deny the prin- oi iJfjovaiism wouio icarn irom history Hint the true child of litiprlj' ritid justice. But because they will not learn, the romance of Premier liotiui has no meaning for them. But the romance lias its t.pssons for APPEAL STOPPED IN BIG BANK SUIT Winnipeg, Man., Sept. in tho case of the Northern Crown bank versus the Great West Lumbar Co.. Limited, the full .court of Alberta pave judgment, in favor of the North- ail who will understand. Those les- ern bank, involving, fi sum in sons will need to be learned for the I (he neighborhood of The days after ihe war. Those lessons everywhere and always need repeti- because, as -The Nation, thai clear-voiced ornan of British jsm, so uuly says "Liberalism is always in danger to those wlio never learn and never forget its principles arc always haz- ardous, risky, doubtful it is much easier to use force and com- pulsion, to crush down opposition, and to abolish i-hoice than it i? to trust to loyalty and to the free de- termination of tree men and the heal- inp influences oi liberty .and time. II Liberalism had failed fourteen years in its protest, oi" seven years ago in its performance, Gencr- I Botha would have suffered pcrpe- Croat West Lumber Co. appealed ag- ainst this decision to the Privy Coun- cMI. The apyea! 'Is now being with- The effect of this is that the bank now is entitled to recover nil ad- vances made to the company, and, necessary, to dispose of the nssots the company in order to do so. tual perhaps to South- tingents, with their British comrades WP5t, Africa. And today the Hritish and the. feeling is {Empire in South Africa would have adian blood sneii {From the Toronto j rnent of a great colonial andjSouih Among all the xomanirs of histr.rr establishing "a condition cf things......... there is nottiine finer, nothing more which may make some future action creditable to human nature, nothing I against this country possible, prob- morr deserving pi .study hy" states-j able, dangerous." Ar.d the prime men and empire-builders than the j minister, essaying to make repiy, was past fifteen years oi the-life of the howled inlu silence. Hut. Liberalism 'Boer soldler-statVsman-patriot, Louis." triumphed. The South African. colon- Botha f i" weue to bp lost lo Britain as In the darlieninc 'davs just before the American colonies were lost- the blundering days of Lord N-orth- Self-government was established in South Africa. Botha became prynier nf the Transvaal. After Ihe conieticr- ation of the colonies in 1910 Same man was chosen prime minister of (he Union of South Africa.- And within the past t-A-elvemonth the dav of tcstine came, when free- before the outbreak of between the Boers and tlie' firifish South Af- rica Louis Hotha was a member of President linker's Council, in the Transvaal Republic. When the deci- sive votfj came Botha voted against his chief. Rut the will of the major- ity prevailed. Action was taken which made vrar inevitable. Botha nada that the C'an- fields of aiii sacrifice to t-mpire which is too feebly governed. to profit by such loyal de- votion." "A vain forsooth! Would been lost to the British Crown. this is why, among the ro- mances ot history, nothing is .more rleservine of study by statesmen and empire-builders than the romance of that .soldier, statesman, anil patriot, Louis Botha. CYCLONIC STOKM IN 6A8K, DOES MUCH HARM Winnipeg, Man., Sept. storm, which apparently reached almost cyclonic proportions, visited a con- sUlerahle area of'east central Saskat- chewan, fast night, between Melville, anil the .Manitoba boundary. Wires are down between Rivera, ,Man., and' Melville, Sask., and long-distance tel- ephone connection is also out of busi- ness. Apparently no lives were lost, and damage was confined to minor loss to buildings, and damage by hail to crop. took his share oi the consequences, i dom and justice in South Africa, as For three years he led those burgher I Mr. Baliour warned in 1906, would soldiers wUh a courage, a skill, a "make some action against this resourcefulness t-iiiit held the armies country possible, probable, danger- day of -Germany's oppor- tunity. And what is the record 1 Who led burgher and Bpcr against rebel- lion 'I Who led the loyal Union of hen Colonial j South Africa agaifist Britain's cac- decree that mies in Germany's oldest and most of the Empire in check and 'discover- ci to the world a mJ.ita.ry genius. In August, 1901, the British House oi' Commons, at the request of 31r. Joseph Chamberlain, t! Secretary, approved General Louis Botha and all his as-j valued added to the sociates and followers, failing imme-j British empire the German South- i diate surrender, be ban-j west African territory of ished from South Africa." The square miles, an area nearly as great as all Germany and the British Isles test of the Liberals was in vain. Sir William Harcourt challenged the pro- clamation. "If you are deali belligerents you have'no right ish them. It they are viot belligerents you cannot by proclamation banish them." But the government, fresh jjom the country with Chamberlain' .t war-election majority, had the strong hand. The example; of Ger- many in banishing the disloyalists from Alsace from Alsace-Lorraine was quoted and approved as a pre- cedent for Britain -in South Africa. And so, oh 16, 1801, the Bri- ng with it all with the chivalry of a i to ban-' man and the unselfishness of i Stylish New Footwear For Fall For Men, Women and Children A special line of Cushion Solo Shoes for children that, are comfortable, and that will.wear well. The ideal shoe for your child. PRICES ARE KIGHT HUFNER combined? And who behaved through gentle- a hero It was this same Louis' Botha. It was he who saved the- Empire in South Africa in this year of crisis'in return for the generosity shown to him and to his ago. And the other, day, in the same House of Commons led by CampbeH- Bannerman's great successor, the coalition" government, of which Mr. Baliour himself is a member, unsaid, amid wild and unrestrained enthusi- asm, every thing unworthy ever ut- YOUR DINNER WILL BE A SUCCESS! tered against the Boer commander, j and parliament itself, in the words of the Prime Minister, "testified the admiration and gratitude Q! the tish government, with the commen- dation of their suoporters in parlia- ment and their defenders in the press decreed General Louis Botha a per- petud. outlaw. In the general election of 1905 the j whole empire" to the illustrious een-1 Baliour government, discredited by I eral and his dauntless troops, jJ.ike the record of the war which had 1 of Boer and oi British birth, "-aho elected them five' years before, I fought like brethren side by sHte ir, swept out of office, and their half- i which is equally dear to Prussianized administrators of af- 1 us broadening of the hounds 'of human liberty.71 And so cnce again freedom and in- dependence are justified iiy their fruits. This is the answer to the dis- trust and the denunciation of sslf- cjorernment that found voice not in If you let us supply the Moats. Duly Southern Alheita o-rown products handled and the very 'choicest of these. We have a full line for tomorrow, including SPRING LAMB VEAL DELANYS LIMITED fairs in South-Africa, from Lord Milner down, Were: swept from pow- In July, 1QOP, a new- government, Liberal in its princijl.cs and led by Sir Henry Campbell-Uannerman, sub- mitted to parliament a proposal to give the people oi the Transvaal the Britain alone, hut in Canada as well. This is history's answer to the reao- right and power to elect their own j tionary spirit of jingo imperialism rulers and to govern themselves, j That proposal fired again the spirit j of reaction and autocracy, and in the expressive phrases of Mr. Baliour it was denounced as "most "the most reckless ex- Shoeman Phone 1512 3rd Avenue S. that speaking from Toronto to Bri- tain, in support of the Chamberlain tariff on fooflstuiTs, even so late as 1909. "The present British government have given up to the Boers a great periment ever tried in the develop- 1 many things which the colonial con- WHITE STAR LINER ARABIC TORPEDOED A German submarine sank her ofV (he south coast of Ireland on August 10. The Arabic was a British ship of ions and carried 110 nmons, including the on her latt fatal GEO. KERR CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS PROVISION MERCHANTS PEACHES; fine for flfl preserving, per case PLU31S; Blues; C-l Art Per case ..........9 I-WW PEAKS; Bartlett; Large cases TOMATOES; 'Ripe; Per case PUMPKIN; Per pound SQUASH; Per pound OIlANUES; per dozen 3oc, 40c ami LKMOXS; large size; Per dozen PAISLEY FLOUR Per Tin BROWN POISON'S CORN FLOUR HONEY; Pure, from the lierimentaJ Farm; C< Ofl pound pail ......W Quart Jar .................76c Pint Jar CHILI SAUCE Price each UUNTK'S MAHSH- per tin.. 2IQ-ZAG CHEESE Large; price UMBEllOBR CHEESE Per cake MCLAREN'S CHEESE Medium; prlre TEA; Kerr Special Per pound COFFEE extra fine C< flft (lavor; poundc for 9 I iWv 85c Sic 3Ac 45c 30c 25e 15c Ex- 30c 20s 45c 30c 35c 40c PICKLING SPICES WHOLE PEPPER Per' pound........... WHOLE'ALLSPICE Per jlound WHOLE CINNAMON; Per package WHOLE MACE; Per ounCii CELERY SEED; Per pound 51 USTA'RD SEED Per pound PURITY ROLLED OATS in cartons, each SUNLIGHT :SOAP 11 bare for GOLD DUST or R. C. ING POWDER 2 for K, C. f-- 0. W. SOAP 2 cartons for Per Tin............. AMMONIA POWDER U for LITTLE BOY BLUB '3 for BROOMS; Heavy, 5 string HROOMF; Medium, 4 string TOMATOES 3 large tins CORN, PEAS, BEANS Tin............. 35c 35c 5c 10c 75e 30c 27c 50c WASH- 45c 45c lOc 25c 10c 60c 45c 35c IQc 40c 30c 35c PICKLES; Heinz in built, Chow Chow, Sweet 'Mixed Gerkins, per SWHEt ONION PICKLES; per bottle. COOKED HAJl Per pound PORK HAM WITH DRESSING, per pound i CORN 'BEEF; Fray Bentos; per pound BACK, BACON; Per pound PRB1IIUJI HAM Per pound PREMIUM BACON Per pound TUXEDO BAKING I'OWDBR Per Tin TEA OA-ROBN' JAM; pails; regular Jl.10; On GRAPE JUICE 20c, -5c and LIME JUIOE and .CUCUMBBttS i! for CULERT pounds for SWEET POTATOES ft pounds for MCLAREN'S MUST- ARD; on sale CORN' FLAKES 3 for 35c 24c 23c 3lc 20c 10c 5 pound 85c 50c 45c lOc 256 256 10e 25c Our Store Will Be Closed Monday, Sept. 6th, Labor Day PHONE 1453 313 5th St. Prompt Delivery to all parts of the Gily ;