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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUfl THE -LETHBRIDG.E DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER i, Sbe JLetbbriboe Iberalb Blbeita DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES year..... Dally, by mail, per year...... Weekly, by mall, per year..... TELEPHONES Business Office Onice i-" W. A. Buchanan John Torranee Managing Director Business Manager JOIN THE RIFLE CLUB Lord Kitchener's instructions to the officers engaged to the votk of get- ting ready tho men for his second army corps, "Norer mind whether they fenow anything about drill. It doesn't matter it they don't know j their risat foot from their left. Teach I them how to shoot, and do it quietly." With this in Blind the importance: of joining tts rifie club is intensified. Training and drilling are, no doubt, factors in fitting men for battle, but unless a man can shoot straight these do not count for a very great deal. The "call" Issued by the rifle club lor members draws attention to the late Boer war. The Boers were men wore practically ignorant of mili- tary drill, but tie fact that they were good marksmen told heavily, although they were opposed to trained troops. No one knows what ho may individ- ually be called upon to do as the war progresses, and every one, no matter ids age, will sain a certain amount of 7 ioujldence in being able to handle a rite accurately.- A. nation ot sharp- shooters will be a mighty asset to he drawn from in time of need. This do everything possible- to increaao production, giving aid to tho farmers where necessary to bring this about. Every farmer should bo persuaded to get u kittle more land into crop than he had this year, and to ralso nioro livestock if he possibly can. Britain Is proud of Canada's offer ..of fighting men. If we could assure her that we will do our .best to have three or four hundred million bushels of for her in 1916, she would be prouder still, and would fool ,1 sense of security in taow-iog that she would know where- to turn to feed her mil- lions. If business is slack in tile cities next year, it should bo the very opposite on the farms. It there are too many of us in the cities, let us go to the farms. If we can't all go to tho front and Sght, wo can see to it that in staying at home we are doing our duty by'wielding a plough instead of a gun. advantage can only be gained by practice to rifle shooting. So join the rifle club. To those have joined the corps on a peace footing now be- ing formed it will be an invaluable adjunct. TO AID THE CAUSE OF EMPIRE ;r_--Tts arts of peace for furthering the success of war. This may sound con- tradictory. But the success of war in the present issue means the as- PICKED UP IN I ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN A 16-year-old lad ran out In front of a moving train at Trenton, and had both feet cut oft Stanley Leroux, a French-Canadian logger, was accidentally drowned off Myrtle Point, Vancouver. Baron John Henry de chief justice of the Supreme Court of the Union of South Africa, is dead. The mill of the New Lady-smith Co- at IS'anaimo was completely destroyed by fire, damage heing done. Thomas A. Mclntyre, a prominent hardware merchant of Grand B.C., has mysteriously disappeared. The sanitary authorities in Belle- ville are after the milkmen. Condi- tions are not regarded as satisfactory. Six Peterborough houses were en- tered the same last week by bur- glars and. watches, clothing-and money stolen. Walkerville council will take action against tiie smoke nuisance by probib- suranoe peace, ior the years to j itins engines irom emitting excessive qfrne should the Empire prove trium-1 smoke. phant Canada realises that it is her on MIer enue, New Liskeard, was destroyed by said to .be caused by chiidren i matches. duty to help towards this success. She has already exemplified this In. giving of her men to swell the fight- j ins But if> is nofc mucil to say that there is. an equally import- Mrs. A- Blaekman of Burnaby dls- j utilizes every acre he ha3." In other words let every man. who has the. opportunity cultivate to the ut- most tha arts of peace in order to ensure the greater hereafter By-doing so we can play the part of enabling orir armies to hold out while those of the foa from natural disad- vantages are becoming exhausted. individual. effort should .be supple- mented hy government and even municipal aid. This at the present time is not only advisable but abso- lutely essential. While. the practtcal endeavor ia left to the farmer it should be in the interests the community to further his ef- forts, and in.this instance it will -be for .tho cause of the Empire. And while we are on duty, individ- ually and collectively, it would be op- portune to support loyally every home Industry. Again, let not any be scared as to. the by loading bur cellars against what we .anticipate, will be day. Those who do so i will tend by their action to artificially raise the price of food, and uninten- tionally will foe playing the enemy's part. ing-for her. art duty in furnishing rthe supplies appeared on Juiyl4, and has not been our.armies can 'be j heard. Her friends are search- ed throughout "the progress the fight In the present crisis the import- ance the Overseas Dominions to tile -Emphfe "is intensified. Removed from the area of with no danger of hostile armies tramping over their soil, ar-a in a position to afford the Empire invaluable aid in the mat- ter of food supplies. In this our Em- pire has a supreme advantage. _ Let us utilize It Iby following the advice from Ottawa of the Minister of Labor. "The Jie said, "will play a most important part in this war Kaise pigs. The patriotic farmer will The G-.T.P. bridge over the Fraser river "at Prince George been com- pleted, and trains are now running over it daily. William Cartttedge, aged 10, was killed in North Vancouver, beneath the wheels of' his father's waggon, near his J. H. Cranston was fatally Injured at Longwood, whea he was caught be- tween two freight cars, which he was attempting to couple. Alphonse Verville, H.P., "will repre- sent Canada at the British Trades Un- ion, congress convention, fixed for Sep- tember 7, at Portsmouth, England. Port Arthur business men are or- ganizing a civil guard to take mili- tary training that they may be ready for duty in case the.militia men now guarding the ele'yatprs are called else- T a vote of to the vot- ers of Toledo, Ohio, declared In favor of issuing bonds to the amount of for-the-purpose of taking over the. local streetcar company's railway and light and power plants. Retail prices for foodstuffs through- out the Dominion as a -whole show no cause Through its cor- respondents in different districts the or'department is keeping in the closest touch with the course of prices In every section. HAS ONLY ONE ARM (BUT A STOUT HEART' Germany should dispose of Bel- gium, France will Ibe there; after France comes Russia, and then cornea the British Empire. Servia of gets in somewhere, and Japan is roosting on top of the fence. "We don't envy Kaiser Bill his job. Lord MUner claims that the pinch of poverty will not really oe felt in Europe till next year when the na- tions at without men in their fields, wlHTiave'-to look to the neutral nations for the necessities of life. It tooiild be the duty of. Canada and Britain's "Other overseas dominions to iw to it that Britain and her Allies ftre lupplled. "Production" should be tha slogan for next year. The Do- minion Provincial .governments take the matter in band and Commanding the aerial forces of France. General Pau, who lost an arm in the Franco-Prussian war in 1S79 and who is now in command of the vast aviation corps 'of France. Under his supervision are the aeroplanes and dirigibles with willed France is demonstrating the value of such ma- chines in actual warfare. Fine Cotton and Cashmere Holeproof Hosiery plf Guaranteed to Wear Sis Months No Darning No Holes Here are cotton-hose for whole families soft, neatly fitting and a defi- nite guarantee of sis months1 wear. Buy oix pairs tod.ay. one or all pairs show even the smallest holes in six'months, return thenvto us new Holeproofs free. Holeproofs are made with the costliest .cotton yarns.- Style and Comfort' make Sne cashmere hose also for men and women, sis pairs .guaranteed six months; and pure silk hose too, three pairs guaranteed three.mpnths. Do more than ask for guaran- teed hose specify. "Hole- proof." The genuine are sold by most good stores. Dealers' names sent on re- quest. Or we will ship direct if no dealer is.near, charges prepaid, on receipt of price. _____FOR WOMEN CHILDREN. HOLEPROOF HOSIERY CO. OF CANADA, LTD., LONDON. ONT. ONE OF THE MANY MEDICAL MEN VOLUNTEERS Captain J. H. Todd, a medical Dfiker who wiH go to the front with the ,t 'Ilssissauga Horse regiment to look after the health of tlis THE BLTJB .RIB.130IS[ TEA .00. tave -plea- sure in annoup.oihg that they dolnot pro- pose to take advantage of the advance, in price of tea. company is in a position to supply all the Tea required in Western Can- ada, arid will sell at olfl prices indefinitely. spite fceavy duty which I'as just been, im- posed upon Coffee, we will continue to sell Blue Ribbon! Coffee at old prices. Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg Calgary "FOR ALL WE HAVE AND London, Sept. Rudyard Kipling lontributes the following poem to the .ondon Times: For all 'we have and are, For all our chi'idren's fate, Stand up meet the wary The Hun is at the gate. world has passed away In wanton overthrow; There's nothing loft today But steel and fire and woe. Though all we know depart, The old commandments stand: In courage keep your heart, Iu strength lift up your hand. Once more we hear the word That sickened earth of old: No law except the sword Unsheathed and uncontrolled. Once more U knits mankind; Once more toe nations go To meet and ami-hind A crazed and driven foe. Comfort, content delight, The slow-bought gain, They shrivelled in a Only ourselves remain -To face the naked days f In silent fortitude, Through perils and dismays Renewed and re-newed. Though all we may depart, The commandments stand; "In patience keep your heart; "In strength lift up your hand." No easy hopes or lies Shall bring us to our goal, But iron sacrifice Of body, -will and souli There's but one task for" all, For each one life to givej Who stands if freedom fall? Who dies If England live? Practical Joke; Worm Turned; Joker Committed Medicine Hat, Alta., Sept. the result of a practical joke, L. S. Sisley, teacher at Flowery Plains, and Frank committed for trial at Letlibridge for attempted high: "way robbery. Using a poker for a rifle, these boys held up Robert Russell, while he was driving at night with two young ladies, who were very much ter- rified. The? made him turn out his pockets, but took nothing. Russell laid a.complaint, and tho young fellows were committed for trial Line Fence Dispute A line fence quarrel resulted In a farmer named Green heing committed for trial for perjury. Orecn charged Kelly with shooting nt him, but ho wag acquitted. Kelly then charged Green, witli perjury, and. Brought fum witnesses to provo that he was not near Grenn when the alleged shooting took place. J. C. EATON'S YACHT "FLORENCE" OFFEK- ED TO GOVERNMENT One of tho finest craft on Canadian -waters which JVC. Eaton, well known 'ucijaiuucutdl 5tGi'C5 has offered to.tlio government for use in war operations. Something new today muffins! "FORCE" is too valuable'a food not to beiised at more than one meal in the day. Along with its wonderful food .wheat cooked with is delicious enough in flavor to tempt any appetite any time. I Take for instance v- v TOASTED WHEAT V FLAKES served in find them-a delightful luncfieon in themselves, so tasty and- nourishing are they. Mado thtu 1 cop of 14 cups flow, 8 level teaspoons baking powder, 1 level teaspoon ougar, J teaspoon leee, Jcup milk, 1 tublespcon melted butter. Mix all tfio dry ingredients and then add tho "FORCE'', the milk, the beaten egg and tho butter. Beat well and bake in hot buttered inttffin pans in a hot oven. ouS uy HIS n-u UOUlfaaj, nomuani, and Sold by good Grrfi ;