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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBIMDGE OAILt HERALD TUESDAY, Iberalo letlJlH'ic-ge, Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKUY. Subscription Rates: DaUy, delivered, per year.. Daily, by mall, per year... Weekly, by mall, per year. 54.00 TELEPHONES: Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan Managing Director 1252 1224 John Torrance Business Manager Your King and Country Need Right Ncnv ROUND THE CIRCLE Of THE WAR Everywhere save in Galicla the Teutonic drive against the Russians appears to be still Buccessful. In IVallcia, the Russians are reporting 'tar successes. To the north, how- are extremely act- io'int drives the Dvina hich Ive, anxl e. -.1'1-' against the and the DVinsfc. t'.ie criticism. We believe the commis- sioners have In view solely the prac- tice of business principles in over- coming this deficit, and whiUover policy is adopted the citizens will support them, provided the evidence Is adduced that the chance cannot be avoided. THE MAYOR'S SUGGESTION ABOUT BOULEVARDS The proposal that citizens should look after the boulevards bordering their property Is not likely to be fav- orably considered unless It is offset IT'S by some concession from the city. At FA.' on" h'ls ono time The Herald proposed says: consideration the augsestlon that cu-j Qn AugjBl i had a meeting at The last issue oi the Grain Grow- Oiliiio contains some interesting soiiahlt time to huiny (lie loan interest to the bauV This is a help to farmers who cmilrt stcnre the bank credit tor thtmisehes. So for lias been given out in tins way. The business men city lock upon It as a reasonable way o! improving their town business by m- crcaBing the prosperity of their coun- try some- other towns and cities will go and do like- wise. izens should keep in order the boule- Vulcan, where we started the ting at U.K. A. the citv made a re- up again, and I liofe in such a splen- mi, 11 distrjct d wjth so I socletyi tllc farmers will duction ia the lawn water charges. Since there is now a boulevard tax for maintaining the boulevards, and a sprinkling system to water a great many of the boulevarded streets, two difficulties nt once present them- build up a very powerful union. From Vulcan at the request of Ottawa, Ont, Sept, confer- dcnt Dunham, 1 went un to between representatives of the bridge, attended an interesting meet- Canadian Manufacturers' association, ing at Coaldale, and saw what I the Canadian Bankers' associtiou and could see in the short time, of the representatives of L'ioyd. (Jorge, who grain have been in Canada for some time, ,__r_ were is being held today.- -Members of the i busy on the alfalfa fields, and t'ae government, including tho prime mln- to pay a boulevard tax. With water j erejt growth of alfalfa on the liti-: also are present. The confer- for some boulevards and no water forijated 'lands was a revelation to me.', eilce js considering the tiuestion of plants for id discuss- g tile financial prcoiems connect- ivith such purchases by the Bri- selves If the citizens look after near Lethbridge. The boulevards, they must not be ejected "ops splendid tte men Petrograd. Eaestap beiwv.i there is no possib-.i grad for the winter, at The continued heavy artillery fight- ing on the west is attracting atten- tion from the eastern front, and im- portant movements are expected to take place soonr---in Belgium and France. There appears to be little douot now of Bulgaria's stand. That coun- try is said to have definitely agreed with. Turkey, If not to come into the war on her side, at least to remain neutral, and late indications are that she is preparing for war. Bulgaria's stand wfl! be important to the situs' tlon in the Dardanelles, for should ehe side with the Teutonic allies, transportation of munitions to 'key would be possible. Further reports from Turkey are to the effect that tbe Turks are in a 7 very bad way, and can hold out very little longer against the Allies. The United Sistcs has not yet ac- "copfed Germany's offer to arbitrate the Arabic case. Before any such of- fer is accepted, Washington inust have the .assurance of a cessation of submarine warfare by the Germans while negotiations are in progress. >thers the citizens on the unwatered'Mr. Fairfield showed me .over the ex- j capacity of the Canadian l i pcrimental iarm, and my greatest furlher .munition orders, an: ;ections would hue to proMde surprlse t.herc was the apple orchard, In, the financial problems ter to keep the .boulevards in order, where a numcer of apple show- ln ,nd the natural question these citi- ed a very considerable load of really lish government. Why should we pay Sood apples. D Thomas, U0yd George's repre- I also went through the Coaldale and his associates, have Nurseries with aiy old Ami. vjslted principal points and have Mitchell, who is certainly a tine trQne into" the question of Ca- -i-ork ior the province in raising and fl Capa'citv, and the suitability- ,-iiany kinds of bushes F I kr.eT. of course, from and that of many I rais? currants .L-n-land m skeptical -_ fruits for the water to spi._'-l" the city's Then, again, the city woulu difficuity in keeping boulevards Ing vacant lots in order, unless could charge the expense against the; absentee owners. Then where U are vacant houses, who would be re- j sponsible for maintaining the boule-; yr- Mitchell's oi vards in front of them? Again could bushes, and saw the orchard on i n tenant to maintain experimental farm, I felt thut li! an owner compel a len-im. u some parts of this province at any! the boulevard in front ot a rentaa rate( wjth goose'irr-1 ries, raspberries, black strawberries, apples, cherries and! phims was pretty certain, and I pect to see during the next years considerable incrcrs? in little farm) orchards. If they don't brin.e in mon- ey, tfey will make the farms pleas- anter as homes. J found in Lethbridge an interesting Canadian piants to manufacture shells economically. reams It understood that as a result of u-" their visit additional orders for muni- tions, approximating will be placed In the Dominion. one of the main ciuestions be- '-'d by the conference. The ideal laxative for wotiien and children Gentle but sure No ingredient In Uexall Ord' Ics Is In the iliilhtest degree harmful or Irj Even the most delicate child cin be given Retail Orderlies, for they are safe, easy to nd- mliilstcr niid mild in action. No other laxative is so good for children. Pleasant to take Remit Orderlies nre a specific for constipation for people of all ngea .A tonic effect on the bowels, their use tends to restore these organs to their normal activity. They are particularly recommended for wom- en during pregnancy and after chiliirbirth. Made in Canada and sold In metal boxes at 10c, 25c and 50c each, at Rcsall Stores only, on tbelr back if not satisfied." Get a Box Today from Sold by J. D. Higinboiham Co., Limited irti isent anv danger of tipping. Food enough i fortunate enough to possess a r _ ....Itnopa H-nulfl to last a number ot clays can be tak- en into the compartment. It is reaMy a one-man emergency hotel. In, case of accident TO the outer suitcase would find himself with n far better chance of being numbered among the survivors. John icdluntl was. ho admits, born covfi-ing, tliere is an emergency air; among the craggy fjords of Norway. i .-i -_i. liA 14If c-'loviiM VAni'S SI3V 111 tllP attachment which may be blown j His e'iovoii house? We quite appreciate Mayor Hardie's object in proposing a change In the of boulevards, but it ;auld bring forth many stumbling blocks before it could be made effective. looks as -i; [rom the inside. however, has acquainted him with the wily ways-uf-tliat American lync, the "man from -Missouri." Now hn Is in New convince! its uf tills which will enable tliem to tread sare- iy the -watery footpaths strewn with submarines and -torpedoes.- But it ia being rumored that a certain foreign government, inorder to secure the fut and clay, let r-tra forth In the sun to dry, i, In "an wa'-.u went ripping by. Said wherever you are, Stand forth, Caorge him, of tho C. 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