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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1915 Your Wives About It, Men! BernstorffSetis Uncle Sam and Huns in Embrace Xcw York, Sept. Tint the (III- ficuU-cs lieuvmi tin- UiiiW Stairs unit (iiH-immy will lie within u fortnight w.is the opinion voiced liv fount Von lirnistbrfi', the Gor- man ambassador, at his hotel, litre lodav shortly after his return from Washington. 'Approached by a ucws- liaperiiian Count Von llernstorlt said: "Ordinarily t give, only prepared in- terviews over my signature. Today I Khali make an exception. You may say for me that I am sure that within a fortnight nil supposed dif- ficulties between" tlir United States anil-.Clrrm.iiiv will have linen settled and permanently settled, ami the nalio.-.s will bo more friendly than they ever luive hern." von ncrnstorlt added that he felt gr.itilie.il the outcome of his coim-ii'liee with Sci-rctary Lansing. Later the ambassador nmplilicd the statement, "In my opinion evervtliinp as re- gards tin' situation between -the Unit- ed States and Germany will be set- tled within a fortnight. 1 do not ex- pect to have anything more to say with referents to this mattar in the next two weeks." Count Von liornsiurfi discussed the sinking of the British steamer Hes- perian, insisting in an informal way that ins lirst claim as to what caus- ed the ship to (knvri had now been .'erined, despite what he 'ca'.l.ed suspicion of the American people I about that ship.'' I The ambassador emphasized the fact j that under presenl conditions ex-j eliaiisc.; of comimiiiiL'iition with his government were necessarily a tedi- ous proceeding, and he added that it was due lo this fact that he firmed the time for a settlement at two weeks. In conclusion the ambassador said that he would nrobahlv thfi; week-end at Cedarhurst, Long Isl- and, his summer hume. Packer of WILSON'S FLY PADS WflU Kill MORf I lift, THArt Of ANY STICKY'' r CAKHfB KELLY TO PRIVY COUNCIL Winnipeg, Mun., Sept. Kelly can lo tlio Privy Coun- cil Against (ho decision of tho -lowor court requiring'him to testify before the MaLher's itoyul Commission. This permission was'granted loduy the Court o( Appeals. The case will, now go direct to tlia highest jmliclal body in the Emplru, und definitely carries (lib contention over for several months. THE BRITISH FIGHTING MAN A wire basket on wheels to he moved about for the collection of rubbish, which can be burned without emptying the basket, is the invention of an lllinoisan. (By C, F. G. iMaaterman, in the Con- temporary They one nio.urnfiil hymns with great relish. In tuiother they will march Into a burn- ing city, with buildings crashing round them in lire and flume, to the cheerful lilt of "Here We Are Again." 1 have heard them finding satisfaction in the drone of a dolorous chant, the First line three times repeated, in a crescendo of gloom; "Yds, Kitchener Loves .Me, the Bible-Tells Me So." have heard them stepping out to the latest rag-time melody, or the Inspir- ing accents of "Who's Your Lady Now grumbling, now ap- plauding, with their own standards of excellence, in officers or leaders, one day determined to "chuck the whole thing .up." the next dying to a man than surrender; peaceable in the main, but roused to dreadful wrath by the death of comrades or liy "unfair they have boen welded into that British infantry which has kept the line.in France and Flanders, whose- battles will read in the record of the future the re- cord of gigantic' effort, of .courage, en- durance and pain. It is a "grand army'1 which will continue the work it 1ms begun until that work is com- pleted. It will never.lack resolution or reinforcement." or it fs'an army of men whq can encounter 'death .with laughter, and 'go down singing into silence. B.C. LIBERALS' POLICY ON ..PROHIBITION Vancouver, B.C., Sept. lii.-T.ho ex- ecutive of tlio Liberal, parly of B.C. at u. mooting lioro agreed upon the Alberta policy of direct legislation lit dealing with prohibition, if returned to power tho party will submit tlio (luestion to tho people aa 'u''direct log- iBhitlon. Should a. vote he'taken be- fore or during a general election thoy Hsreo to nut a prohibition law Into provided tho people vote af- firmatively. awee Home-made fci? (2) Monntaiai nwtr Ste Aftthe. (3) A comer of Lake Manitwi. (4) Lac da Isles, Agatha.' A country road. LB cbarratler cmme for me. I. was sitting out in the long gallery watching Ute bniUioj of. a brick house. Brick houaee cement paving atones are ceasing to villager I bate U Mt tbe wooden houses and ttw rough paTemenU of cedar wood 50. No cat can say much of these ugi> brick bnt tbey caaw with electricity and" sanitation, and WG hare got to make the beat of it. Most of the oid wooden houses were of wood cot by the axe, and put together with nails made -'y hand, Rererfe follows reverie in these villages ro[ But the cbarreticr WM wsitinc below. He had bitched up FruiJc to tho rij. Franlc is the browc and" does 'Bet go at sucH as white hprae.wfeo miles at a stretch, and mother 69 the neit day. are in no way made. are plain earth and dust in'sumascr is three inches iu-r Gaaadian horses kre wpwdera! Le charTGtkrr is youcg aa4 very fat ".He U S3 Jolly as he la apeaics with a French accent. But be can 'drive! "Bn avant, he uhi Frank starts No whip is Heeded. Tho rig is on four wheels these trfips are They carry the dust of ages. A aiftart ttmout IB parts centres In" the horse. "We come to the and after that we are In the mountains. a fair sprinkling -of wmR and a small flowtr garden, FmrroundN by acrei fi LaurentiaoE are sharply outlined and tike dark blue shadawn aa the afters win on. down" 'any vtwre.'apd at any and most of tbim are prosperous, Many children, and iasd these are the richM, and it Is almoet Impossible to tell the educated peoplo of "gpntJe" birth, who have "come out" to from the children of the, who tteiops here, because all tare u persoBal disappears, and raaalt woider when you realize the v-'ork there is to be done. Farm Ing here is bard labor for naaster aa well aa (or mas. There MOD to be no elais aad vhy.abMld there be wheo any DOBB who caa work niay own the -land? We finaiBd. bUtb up to Uw aeontaias kemr a river which runs cut of tho aa old man ploughing. And, worfciag in the ficirt with blni was his old wife, and their SOB. OMimary farm -laborers an RBflUaman wouJd think..' We stopped to buy new laid eggs. The farm house was merely a wooden tbo wash bucket on veranda. Madame csjuc In to bargain with le chArretler. Eggs are twenty cents a dozee. He told her they were ilxtetn. She instated that her son could get seventeen la St Joseph. Le char ret ter closed with her for seventeen; making three cents a doztm 01 the bargain, tbe cbeal! We bought elx u4 sared cents. .A Freneb-Cacadinn oiust bargain. Montfeur up new. A bent old toil wore man U mftcamins and dust coloured etunbaked cfotface. An ancient cent hat, 4 face, and long Jons with x face almost Itke that 9f an Indian. XadiBie wore mocassins and clothce were of the tiaroe type his. Full skirt which had seen of wear aad wan patched. Tramps thay looked! But tkey, dollKrc made and u well as rateable jtpck. "II depeBee'pw nn sow" laughed Ix> Blanc. Hshtlng a dgarettc, un "A remarquer lear habits? eh! a except for fine wan raora ynudly coaseiofls tf hla own new ohecte clcth cap. Tbe Biaell of WM in onr MKtrilc. We were jnM pawing one of the rcad-'aide ovens, nude ot oement, or brick, with a top a doc Iteinef. upon JCttry farm >u one. AM Uw beatlnjt it Is thii: You put ligliicd wood Isto the OTCO, wh.kJi soon gets Terr yos wtf fut U.'mf Bt At hdrbioff trtec tMk 1U a truk firtter PUREFOODMARKET SPECIALS SPRI-VG CHICKEN SPRING VEAL SPRING LAME The. finest Butter in-the Shamrock Bniml. 2. pounds Ask for Shamrock Brand Quality Western Products of Dependable, Merit All our Markets eon form to flic 1'ure Fqod Laws of Canada. 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. Salberg Grain Co. MEMBERS WtNNjPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE v''r Floor, Hull'Block. Licensed Bonded Ship Your Grain To U? For Careful Attention PROMPT- RETURNS- LIBERAL ADVANCES Consignments given special attention grading checked carefully FOR BEST RESULTS TRY John Billings Co., Ltd. "Head Office, Alberta 5th St. S., Lethbridge. .Members Winnipeg and Calgary Grain Exchanges, HARVESTING'REQUIREMENTS: Gaterman Grain Lifters (For lodged or down grain) Taggart Portable Grain Elevators Minneapolis Threshing' MiK'hines Gasoline Engines Binder Twine and Sacks The Lethbridge.Weybtarn Realty Co. Ltd. E. A. SHARMAN, Mgr. Lethbridge, Alberta. Coiisigii Your Grain to Parrish and Heimbecker Limited FORT WILLIAM. The Pione'cr Grain Firm of the Went, I Represented Ernest A, Sharman Mgr. The Lcthbridge-Weyburn Realty Lethbridge, Alberta. 1173; RESIDENSE 530. FREE! FREE! AT KEITH'S MARKET. SATURDAY I Ooy.cn IQggs or 1 pound Oood Butter given FREE with worth of 'Stuart's Products. One. 11-ounce can Talcum Powder or .1 Massage Cream inchxlet] 'among. four arttoleB for 'There are Tooth PaHte, Face Cream, IJair Wasli, Perfume, Gelatine and Finest quaTll; of Your choice of.four of these ;