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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK POUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1915 Sbc Blberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per year Daily, by null, per year Weekly, by. mail, per year.... JI.HO 3.00 J.oo TELEPHONES: Business Office Editorial Office would result disastrously to many fanners, and the bolter policy seem- eil to toe to collect a portion of the advance this year and the balance later. Since tho price of wheat kept dropping the need of an amend- ment to the first order became im- perative. Wiih a much less revenue ill sight than was anticipated n-heu wheat was hovering around a dol- lar, the avcrase farmer would have been put in a tight corner if the gov- ernment had persisted in collecting the entire advance this year. After this amount had ton extracted the Bumper Crop of Honorary Colonels By H. F. G. Ottawa. September liveries may fall behind schedule, forms may lie tacking, the soldiers may r.ecii socks, while Major-General Sir Sam Hughes is in England hav- ing a good time, hut one t'amuiian military activity poes for wan! with increasing making of hon- orary colonels. Brisk enough iu times time in his lite Sir Thomas got idea oi' the vaslness and ubtqvity of that legion of honorary colonels lo which1 lie belongs. Woods Full of Them j Instead of pointing to it with' pride.i Sir Thomas was iueliupd to view the spread of honorary colonels with HIP alarm, aijd wljen In' i-anie home _ lo tJieii mice Laiy, Sent. reason Aunt despite scs in the eastern theatre are putting out feelers for OF CANADA W, A. Buchanan Managing Director John Torrance Business'.Manager pressed of pe.ice, it IMS gained new impetus King and Country Need You RigMt Now live of Hughrs and he exorcises it relent less- ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The, United States government has asked for the recall of the Austrian ambassador, Dumtai. on the ground oi' his admission thai ne had plans 10 instigate strike? amonj: the Aus- trians and Hungarians in the muni- tion plants iu the Slates. The sitna-j lion between the two countries has I become critical, and a new difficulty j lias arisen out of tlip Dimiba '.nutter, which will again involve Germany and the States in a diplomatic argu- if nothing more serious. It appears that Archibald, the Ameri- can correspondent, was to have car- ried Dumba's dispatches to Vienna rbm was arrested by British secret service men; ho also WRS being used by the German ambassador in Wash- ington in a similar -TVay. A refusal by Austria to recall its ambassador ran only result in ihe severance of diplomatic relations. The Arabic question has also again. mer. By only asking the farmer, to j Honorary colonels are a portion of his seed grain a.d- j vance it will now be possible for other creditors to be welt cleaned leaving K possible, in many cases, for the major portion of next year's crop to go to squaring accounts with j the government. Wherever con veil-, ieiit tflis year as much as possible. a pievosia- j He needn't have Sam Sam eouhl have _ _.. aie many and tactical army division of Sir, (ipidrmics assumed alanninp d (urn that there; proportions during the last Open a Housekeeping Account and Pay Your Bills by Cheque There.is a decided ad- vantage In depositing .your housekeeping money in the Union Bank of and issuing Cheques for your expenditures. You avoid; the risk of keeping a considerable sum in your home or carrying H and each Cheque, when-cashed, becomes a Receipt. G. R. TINNING, Manager H. E. SANDS. Acting" Manager LETHBR1DGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH (or'kcspfDg Canadian honorary rolonels Lon-i twenty rases of cholera having reported in of many carl- ly. matter what happens. Canada must maintain its force uf honorary ___..... enlonels ai full strength, Thr- In the lirst pUice it is cheaper; OhoScra ter of Militia makes it a rule that to keep a Canadian honorary eoloijel! -im] n js reported also that every Canadian drawing Sfitioil u year in Inland than in Canada. In the' t.atiefi arr Htispecteri in Trieste or over shall he an honorary colonel, i second place coloiids (.'aruiola and Hungary. Victim. Than War if uot all, of the indebtedness to the. ,10 excuses will be accept-! ary colonels who had the price of aj Typhus cases numbering havfe government .should be paid. Tlie.od. Thf order has gone out that no i steamship ticket hpranc; to the itc-j-JHTII reported iu aiid lower government needs Hip money just prominent citizen shall escape. Can-[ fence uf the Sir. thrj'j Austria, bet wren -Mily 1 anil August now and the farmer able to follow Nuking through Major-General j milder word describes KVCIT effort has" been made, to Sir Sam, expects c-vr-rv man. not eti-i spranir In arms, as with one prevalence of 'the epidemics this course. nave wiped out r ...__.-. liabilities that it is just as well not war flic i atia, speaking through Major-General milder describes it- Sir Sam, expects every man. not en-j they sprang lq arms, as with one lisieil a-s a private. tt> do his duly hy i accord and just lunv tar they sprang especially in Germany, wl becoming an honorary rolcnel. I you can sec by looking on the map mortality is truly alarming. to carry over to another year. The King's Touch for London. LomUm is in the war! measuri's adopted to combat farmers have many pressing; all it is or.lv topical Major-j tf is Perhaps one hundred ami; (he cholera have proved insufficient. Our farmers have -lainis New settlers, as most of General Sir Sam goes arc, ?er-lj.d to invest in build- j iugs. stock and oiaclunery been opened up by the fact that Ger- many's explanation that the sub- marine vhich sank the liner did so in self defence, does not seem quite acceptable to tba U. S. government. Russians are continuing their vic- tories in eastern Gallcia. where they have turned on the Teutonic forces and inflicted heavy losses. Persistent demands are ieing mads at Petrograd for a re-organization ot the Russian goreranieat, which will be probeibly carried put shortly. to London, tatiort -i5 a diameter, at- attention of tteorge the touches; him wiili a says ''Arise, Sir isam." The Kind's tourh has done it. As our French brothers say, le roi s'amitse by making Sam Hughes a knight. By virtue of'his office "as Minister of Militia Sam lias the touch too. Why shouldn't lie us by creating knig! Sam Hughes s'a'iuuse by making hon- i orary colonels The answer is that __ _.. it with either .hand or starts to climb Creditors j with both hands tied behind his back. lirinK l'U is impossible, and contain- they went upon the land. Few of j and the homesteaders at any rate had j the capital to pay cash down on j these investments. A few lean years following these heavy investments prevented them from meeting the payments. This year there is a bumper yield on nearly every farm, but the price at the moment and is likely to go lower before it agcet-n io rinse their frontiers unless the cp.iii.ral empires odicially' an- nounce the extent of the epidemics. should assist the farmers in holding their grain until they can get a high- er price than prevail? at the start of the marketing season. In this way ine, V They live on danger, bach j Reports have readied Hie Vatican hiuui' risks are their very bread. Braving that cholera and typhus threaten to mi i the perils of sleeping ears and first' reap more victims than the war.. Den- 'dass cabins they rush at the uvst trunk, Hoilaiul and SwiLzcrlaaii have t-all of duly to" Lundtm ami there: Uioy stick. Zeppelins I'ooi They no fpar of Zeppelins. From the rrvnl (if mi'l.sti'i' Abbev or the iiiia. i-iii: tuiun tuu. Ul itcoiiin.ion. ISP it If le roi s'amuse of the Bank of England hniehts whv shouldn'tI thcv defy'these monsters ot the air and when the danger is .overpassed they iakn their old seats in the res- taurants just as ii nothing had hap- pened! It keeps the British people from setting downhearted to SIG ilu'ui siiliRS there eating' chickeu.aad drinking champagne in (he same old He can do it at home and abroad. In fact he can do .it anywhere the touch docs not depend upon per- sonal contact. It is effective bv tele- :raph. If by any chance a distinguish- only will the farmer be able to wipe j ed Canadian takes a trip to Kng- Tbe creditor may have land without first becoming an hoii- off his debts. to wait a little longer for his money SHOULD NOT ALLOW M. C, A. TO CLOSE 'TEe'cTSfi'ing up of the Y. -M. C. A., even temporarily, would be a black eye to Leihbridge. A few worthy have-" borne -the financial burden until they can do so no long- er. It is now the duty of citizens tc come to the assistance of this in- stitution and keep it open. It is ihe keeps many a young Hi an away; from evil companions and evil habits. The Y. M; C. A.-sows good seed. It minds and bodies. It provides healthy and a home for young men away from parental guidance. We can't afford to lose it. Surely we haven't lost our public spirit It was a highly developed public spirit tb-at fortnight. the, into esis.ten.ee and this self i same spirit should aroused im-j mediately !n order to retain it, A pull all together -will bring the de- sired result, tet us" try'it. hut he will be better off in the (headquarters at Ottawa and have it long I cabled to him at this country's run. Co-operation on the part of thejpense. N'ou that ilajor-Generai Sir creditors will do much to enable our i Sam has returned m'ay expect the farmers to get on their feet cialiy. AVlicn the farmers an. finan- wei! out of the debt region we sau look forward to more general prosperity each year, but' not untii then. It should be our purpose to bring about this condition, and it is only pos- sible by enabling the farmer to set cable piisniess jn honorary colonels fo be swelled enormously. There are hundreds of Canadian honorary cdonels in London. They include not only the ones Sam made while he was over hut the ones lie made before he left, and the number surprised even Sir Thom- as Shaiighnessy, who is. an honorary colonel himself. Sir Thomas when he good as being mentioned in Sir John as good and much safer. Parade of Colonels A certain number of our honorary colonels m-iy always be seen in Vic- toria street, where is the High Com- missioncr's office and the ballot hox- couraaeous way. j es witli '.he votes for soldiers which Yes" the Canadian honorary colon-! arc to go forward to the front as els in London are biavc men. They, soon as the Germans will allow a are almost as brave as tlic honorary genera! election. Rut mostly our hon- colonels "and church parade colonels qrary colonels are detailed on park, if they i theatre and restaurant duty. Cirecn ofwive's' JJ-ark, St. James 1'ark, Hyde .Park, required, Kegpnts Park, Rotten Row, the Mar- at homo hie Arch, all know them and their Egrtablislied over Forty-one Yeans THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA ASSET'S OVER The A, of Banking YOU Will Find Us jealous O( Efficient. We solicit your account in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G.F.BLETCHER, Manager, 25a, 13th Street N: colonel lie can wire to Militia j who cuuliL go to the front they liked, because the consent ami parents is no longer b'lt who choose, to remain the best price possible for his graiu. j wils Iilst :in SIUV in thc short The advice to stack or store the j space of Cockspur streat, where the grain should oe heeded. Throwing a C.P.R. ofiiees are situated, more lion- great quantity of grain ket within a .few weeks depresses i and light public opinion instead. owta In Loadnn .re quit, as .tnmi c as thepainotK' ones. One reason fet unifornts. They lend color es rausic halls and have colonels are m the _._._.._, _______ c___________ __ security not the mar- i orary colonels than he had ever sus- olitaiuable, but also im- i pelted. He didn't know there were presses the fact that every member that hcno'rary colonels in the of our far-flung Empire is doing his the price. It is this we should avoid, j u-hole world, much "less in Canada......... The Dominion government has given He saw honorary colonels in khaki the lead and other creditors should names had" not been on the C. follow suit so that the fanner can hold Ms grain for a better price and thus be in a position to wipe off more of his obligations than ho would Tie able to do if he had to sell at a lew 3gure immediately threshing is over. rotncdv im comioral.lv orbicular m Bgure not fhcl have a clever ivay of de- e ONLY COURSE U. S. COULD TAKE Dumbar the Austrian ambassadoi possesses the German ihat fie Teuton is boss whether he is in his own. country or not. TTncIe Sam has pulled him up tight and Austrii is told 'that it must recall its ambassa- dor who was so eager to interfere in affairs of the United States Imagine the nerre of this fellow die fating to residents of the Republic whether they should work or not and admitting his offence almost glee- fully. If the United States had failed to deal hare been the laughing stock of the world. We don't blame the" United States for being anxious to keep out of the war, tout r.var. would be to its credit rather than to alloT? its rights as. f. nation to fce trampled under root "by the Dumbas_ and They have been trouble makers from the time the war commenced. Their ef- him as it did it would have been undermining the directed American towards govern- ment. Dumba's offence, was so seri- ous that the only self respecting course president Wilson could take was to demand his recall. Bernstorff ought to go neit. ACTION HELPFUL TO THE FARMERS Every honest farmer wants to be out of debt. He feeJs that if he hadn't any creditors he could pull through the worst of years. He is Aiming to, reach that1 stage, and now that the Doniinion government has decided to be lenient in its call for seed grain and relief payments, the prospect of clearing off considerable outstanding liabilities, which accumulated during the past few years, seems good. At first the gov- ernment announced that it was go- Ing to collect everything. As we pointed out at the time, such a policy RICKED UP IN FCR THE BUSV MAN P.R. pass list for years. It looked as if the very graves bad opened to give up their honorary Colonels; For the only gjves a sense tn box Thcy the tickets and the public can hity what's left. sufTrage is no loheer a menace to the British Em- duty ami that "the'young, whelps w, I t th Il6norarv -are on always respond io the hon s call, as our orators have it. Not only that hilt ihe honorary, colonels keep Can- ada in the social 'columns oi the Lon- don daily which is almost as will grant to an aviation school there. Dr. S, B, "of Win- nipeg, died at Vancouver. Dan Nordbergy an. old-time Cariboo, B.C.. miner and trader> is dead. Fredericton, N.B., has nightly re- cruiting meetings in the open air. The council of London, Ont., will compel motorcycles to have mufflers. Sydney has supplied 672 recruits to the army out of 2200 from Cape Bre- ton. D.' Struan Sutherland has left Sas- katoon to practise law at Empress, Alta. Dr. Jack Maynard of Stratford, a well-known Ontario athlete, has en-1 listed. i A baby wag born to a Fredericton woman in an auto on the street at night. About 17-50 coal miners of Nova Scotia' have enlisted in trc Canadian war forces." Miss Annie Dewey, sister of Town Clerk Dewey of Brockviile, Ont., was found dead in Mrs. James Russell of Lower New- castle, -'N'jB., is dead; she lived SH years in AiiramicM. Rev, p. W. Dafoe of Edmonton will accept the pastorate of Jinihural Bap- tist church, Calgary. Richard Birch, a farmer of Ander- pnt, near St. Mary's, fell under a train and was killed. R. U Drury, who died at Victoria last week, was at one time a member of the B.C. legislature. i Chas. Maedonald, K.C., is the nom-! nee of the Liberals for the Federal scat of South .Vancouver. Police Magistrate Col. G, T. Deni- of Toronto favors the adoption of conscription in Canada. Lieut.-Col. AV. G. Ketcheson of fastings county, will command the BOth Overseas Regiment, Ontario. Fire destroyed the following build- ngs at Kenora: Scott fc Hudson, ilaning factory, .McVeigh's yop works, Jraham's blacksmith shop, bongley'a taint warehouse, skating rink, Link i Hendergon warehouse, Orange Hall, Old Lux Theatre and Royal billiard parlors. Lifting The Mortgage The percentage of mortgaged farms is high, and in the case of some .the owner looks forward to carrying the debt in- definitely, regardless of the fact that it will likely prove a burden to his old age. If you have a mortgage on your farm, ivhy not let the Canada Life relieve you of the worry connected with it. The Company will undertake to pay it off, at a certain time in the future, to be arranged by you, or at your death. In any case the mortgage is safely provided for. It cannot trouble your declin- ing years or make the lives of those you leave behind less happy. Your insurance policy will offset the mortgage and will, moreover, prove a profitable investment for you if it is issued by the CANADA LIFE'S? esneusHU. 1847 Wilson Agents- Skeith Let BI you o rince and telling t lookout for any other feminist j movement that may threaten peace. That is why; they keep such a close eye on the Gaiety and the Alhambra and places like that. 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