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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR s letbbribje Deralb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per year..... Daily, by mail, per year...... 3.00 Weekly, by mail, per year.... 1.00 TELEPHONES: Business Office 3252 Editorial Office.............. 1224 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILt HERALD MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1915 W, A. Buchanan Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager Your King and Country Need Right Now and nrltish subjects. Tlio Crown tod honored both, and they were of tho recognition. Sir William was a solt-raaile man, who started out on his Ions anil suc- cessful career with only a common school education. While he made wealth, he was not wrapped up in the idea of accumulating a great fortune, he possessed marked artistic ami lit- erary instincts ana in art particular- ly lie had made fame Cor himself, not only as a collector of the works ot enilnflnt artists, but because he dis- played a wonderful gift with the brush and palette. Bis entire career in Canada had been useful to Canada, as well as to the great railway company. ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAS The position of the Russian forces in southern Galicia has been consid- j erably improved by their recent sue-1 cesses against the Austro-Germca forces there. Another with the capture of 5000 men was report- ed on Saturday. The Russians data tie offensive along this .front is grad- ually passing into their hauds. In northern Poland, however, von Jlackenzeu's forces continue their of- fensive movements against the Rus- sians, and are gradually closing in on the positions, the possession of which will give them coii.ple'.e control of the railway system. The situation between the Teutons and the United States, already deli- cate as a restfit of the actions of the Austrian Ambassador, which led to 'JCKED UP IN rOR THE 505V MAN ROLL. OF HONOUR SECOND LIST SEVERAL thousand officers and employees of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company enlisted for active military duty with the Canadian Expeditionary Forces, and tlie majority of them are now in Europe, bravely battling for Canada and the Jimpire. As particulars of Army Reservists are not these official lists of those who arily incom- ofccers and have ffiven up their lives for their country, or been wounded in action, are necessarily incom plete, and do not therefore indicate fully the extent to which the Company s employees have participated in the great struggle. NAME IN COMPANY'S SERVICE NATURE OF CASUALTY William Oke. an old resident of) Beaverton, Ont., is dead. Bessie McKiltrick oi Toronto, aged; sis, was killed by an automobile at Willowdaie. The infant son oi Mr. Alexander Scott oi Aurora, Ont., was drowned, at Button. Rev. Dr. Sowerby has resigned the, pastcrate oi Broadway Baptist chur.-h of Winnipeg. It is likely that the vote on pro-i hibition will take place in Manitoba next April. j X. L. Alderson oi Toronto, was: formd dead of heart disease in a kc-i tsl in Hamilton: R. J. Westgate has been appointed; assessor and tas collector for Regim. Rroarl, Thos. 0. Burns. Root. Cameron. E. JL Capntos. P. Clark. C. B. Cowley. P FT. Oumine, B. F. Deeks. Arthur Duckworth. J. Rinery. Samuel Fairweather, A. Fume. Frank Gibbon. Edward Craves. R..T. '--umrner. Edward the! the demand for his to been j further complicated by the rs-cpK- (he [Q Fredericton io take ing of tie Arabic affair, wherein Ger-1 up iand in Brunswick, many's explanation of the sinking of j Gmerai jj g Mercer, of Toronto, the liner is said to be unacceptable to the States, and also by Germany's attempt to justify the apparently un- warranted shelling of the Orduna in July. On the front in France stiil further heavy artillery fighting is reported. On the Italian front, heavy engage- ments are also reported. i ijaco college, and losing henceforth it CONSOLATION ABOUT OUR STREET CARS One consolation about Lethbridge's nl street railway is that it is not nearly as much proportionately as the A', weight ot the clock in the town Cal-arr and Edmonton railways.! of Hamilton Collegiate Institute, .a I weighing about SOO pounds, broke While a street railway may be consid-1. s. y_ _ r erably ahead of the times In a city 'Inbson. Henry 'ume.H. T. .arkin. John KicAskill. Pprcjr' lacdonnld. Geo. iarshnll. G-tj. .'icholls. Jas: S ;C. ,'osher. J. H. 'loy.J.A...... Hsrt D. W. T. Small. H. U'. M. A. Stuart, Dancan Stitton. Benjamiri_ Sntton. E.'N. Travis, D..'H.'i Wsddy. B, Webb.'Robt Oat Webh. Sidney Rev..Dr. Thos. Eakin has accepted' Allen, R. 'the call given him to St. Andrew's Presbyterian church, King Street, Toronto. _ -v i o-4v -t 01 s The name of Havergal colleje, Win- iotn. J.HIO. may be-given command oi a new Canadian division at the front. B. Doherty, city solicitor of St. Thomas; is like'iy io he appointed to the county court bench in Ontario. Angus Morrison, once a Liberal can- didate, for tbe House of Commons in Muskoka, died at Sault Ste. Marie, Trninmnn Chief Clerk Elec. Helper Elevator Boy Clerk Wiper AYatchman BrHkeninn W atchman Machinist Timber Inspector Brakeman Clerk- Clerk Brakeman Clerk Checker Trainman Storeman Painter'sHelper Trainman Fireman Clerk Timekeeper Engineer Transitman Floorman Janitor Apprentico Fireman Draftsman Constable Bell Boy. Olerk Engineer Asst. Levelle Waiter 'Watcbmsn Chiel Clerk' Minnedosa Vancouver "Winnipcpr "Winnipeg..... Angus Stratlicona G lacier Houso Kegina Friars Pit Angus Brooks Lethbridgo Montreal Angus Cranbrook Edmonton Northiay Dist 3, B. C. Div. Moose Jaw 'Winnipeg Cranbrook Atlantic Div It'ecl Stajtes. Alter locating in Canada lie became a naturalized" "citizen aa the present president, and both Men were thoroughly loyal Canadians our puraps and discharge our widening cir- re empty, our n a eyura, as., a a Increase in'salary. Mr Patrick as- work is done' and come home ag- sistant was advanced to j the position of principal and P. F. S Denton, from Nova Scotia, has beeaj encaged as assistant principal. That the private file" of correspond- eiice left by the late. W. R. Arnold; shows that H. H. Stevens, M.P. i for Vancouver, was aware for orer ai year before the Dominion Trust Co. collapsed that it was accenting posits illegally, and in smte of failed to warn the depositors of fact, or to use his influence to have the illegalities stopped, wss the statement rna-ie by Mr. J. S. Cow- per before a meeting of Ward Five Liberal association at Vancouver. ,'or more oil. Put Out Their Eyei The eye of a submarine is its peri- scope, 'if that he blinded, the sub- do with the increased, success of the British patrol boats in combating the submarines." At Eayonne, where Standard Oil tank ships load, are several tank steamers, employed by the British government, which carry from to barrels of oil at.a loading. British Admiralty orders could be sent 10 their.captains without .the Stand- ard Oil people heing any the wiser. THE TORONTO NEWS ON TAXES (From the Forest Free Press) The Toronto .Vews says: "The far- mers of Canada must pay taxes like none have- contrih other peopie." If the farmers of Ca- nada hud to pay tascj only like other p? to. people the "stay "more production" Ontarlo" and campaigns, which the Dominion and Provincial governments are spending the peo- ple's money, would be unnecessary. The News knows very well that the farmers do "pay taxes like other pen- and then some. It is The with its big printing presses aud type- setting machines, made in the States and imported free of duty, that is not; "paying- taxes 5ike other people." i Nearly a million dollars' worth of' these big presses and machines have been imported free in the past two years, and the duty which "wouid have been collected, had the big publishers "paid duty like other had to to be made up by the farmers. In this shirking of its fair share of taxes The News is one of the worst sinners in Canada, because it pro- fesses to be more loyal than most other people, and uses its Yankee- made, duty-free machinpq to tell the it would, break up the Empire if they were allowed In the States, The farmers constitute the only Industrial class in Canada who have to pay taxes on their In- vested capital, their raw material and their machines and Implements. The greatest boon the fanners of Canada could bo given v-ould be legislation that would enable them Ijke pther Her. Mr. Wilken, whose departure from this district was very much re- gre.tted, enlisted !jjith the Canadian forces and went to Siglaod. He has i just recently been made brigade chap- lain. Rev. Hugh Spe'ke, of whom we all know, is the first of the Mission, we iimc, lo lonf: his life on active ser- vice. The stirring experiences of this Mis- 'sion of Southern Alberta' have now (been augmented by the information Of all the organizations in Alberta just to hand Rev. 0. his home this sccur ed per- Whether he was among i not as yet been ascer- Island Review. only just to kidneys. Only Rubber Stamp MAKERS in South Alberta RUBBER STAMPS Alberta. 0 no less than eight mission to lend their aid to Great Britain in her great crisis. Of these C. W. Trrvelvan, who was formerly stationed at Coutts, is now at the front as a lieutenant, -and was just recently awarded the military cross" for a particularly daring deed. The London Gazette in recording tho act says "The troops on his right having been compeiisd to fall back owing to the destruction-of their trench, Lieut. Trcvelyan with great skill reorganifc- ed the defence of his position, and al- m. though unsupported, succeeded in Travers, AUa., Sept. Miss- maintaininsr the safety of our line at es Sweetman end Donoly have rented a very critical time." the Jones' building, foe a restaurant Walter Cripps, who was for some land opened up Monday morning. time officiating minister at Grassy i nerman Ulrich has his cellar dug Island and Sunnyvale, and I anli foundation jn for a good-sized (Iweliihg. All threshing machines .started this week here. Some have finished liar-. Geo. Biddle, who was stationed at Cardston, arc at present in England, expecting to see active service very shortly.' Mr. Reynolds, who was stationed I at Ora3Sy Lake, is with a t d, 51uch ir. Morgan has recently been ga- zetted as chaplain to the forces, and at present is: stationed in R B wfco was popu- lar at Coutts, U at the (rout. rain Is. just, lying in ground, as there oj prinUiyUUV u lr vjidii.i; i" IF iirac T _A darug store put In at