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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR LETH BRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, feeralb e, Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Rates; Daily, delivered, per year S4.0( Dally, by mall, per year S.Of Weekly, by mail, per year.... i.DO TELEPHONES: Business Office 1S Editorial Office IS! W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager Your King and uovuitr" Need. You P.ight Now ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The Germans have considerably their position in Northern Poland within the past week, by the capture ot the city of Pinsk, and the seizure of important railway lines. The occupation of Pinsk will aid the Germans in iheir tight through the marshes. The capture of Vidsy. a point between Vma and Dvinsk. was! announced yesterday. The Russians are holding their j armies well together in retreats made. Domestic difficulties loom- ing up now, however, that are caus- ing serious trouble and are likely to hamper progress in the field. A pro- gram of reforms has been presented by the people which the Csar has re- fused to consider, (believing the time is Inopportune. The Balkan situation, which is be- ing closely Watched, shows no change. JCo move of any serious nature has yet been made either fey Roumania for the Allies, or by the Teutons against SeryiH. Heavy fighting is going on in the Dardanelles, where the power of the Turk forces is said to be weakened sJinost to the point of surrender. A notable' feat was accomplished by Russian torpedo boats in th afterwards into nia- saving it for a great occasion. R. B. terial for the Anecdote Bureau; Col-, has learned that lesson since he came j oncl Carrick, as Eye-Wit action. Harvey H'arner, one of the most prominent citizens of Napanee, Ont., is dead, aeed S3. i Geo. McNeil, a well known western- er, succumbed to heart failure (at fenfire-star of the Quehe, talk at Strassburg, Sask., enlisted for ttar right it overseas service. j him- Bishop Racicot, who died this week Bashful Sam ness, catching any his edi- tor-in-chief might overlook, and Col- one'l lieiinett holding fiis rha'rger, fanning away the flies, justifying his proud posftipn in" the army. Well, >3n know what .happened. YOUROIOICL? L COLGATE'S New Odors FLpRIENT- RADIANT Each of these new Colgate perfumes has a charming individuality. FLORIENT is a lubtle Oriental RADIANT ROSE a rare creation for roie lovers SPLENDOR a rich and captivating perfume. You choice will depend upon your own individuality, bul llicic will doybt be end of me iKrce wliicH you will like belter than any oilier perfume you have ever known. Regular your or icnd for trill boltlei mentioned COLGATE CO., Dept. O Dram.ond BuUdiof, Montreal. Makers of "Caihmere Bouquet" Soip, luxurious, lasting, refined. W. C. H. SBErUCID, MONIVUl. Agent lor Cinida. judgment he failed to follow it up, it i ilalorgcacralHirsaiTi's visit fairly mad- only confirmed his bright prospects, j deued the Allies. They determined to It's a safe guess that R. B.. has an-j get the thing over, so that the -Minis- other uiagniflcesit outbuilt ui> Jiis j ter of Militia wouldn't need to visit not modesty that in Montreal, was an uncle of the late .Mgr. Langevin, of St. Boniface. Majorgeneralairsam's bashfu'iness is harder to explain. He is not usually afflicted that way. He was not Morrison "Sutherland, u Kildonan old-timer and. at one time urimigra-! flicted that way in'England, where tion agent at Hat, is dead-1 appreciation of Sam Hughes came Ingram, postmaster of St.! trippingly oif his tongue. His tele- Thomas, is dead, aged An-'gram to General Botha is a case in drew Ingram nf the Ontario Railway point. The man who could allude to Board is a brother. (the Canadian contingents in the field Halifax is informed that 'the' as "my soldiers" is no shrinking vio Battalion, C. E. F.f is to wear kilts. To many people it looked as if Majorgeneralsirsam had wrong broiling done' the the pi i but to those who knew him it was a THIS FARMER FIGURES CHEERFULLY All of us would feel better if grain was bringing a higher price. In no section of the country -would a heavy financial return from the crop -bring more benefit than in Southern Al- berta, The setback from last years unusual condition would foe overcome. Having said that much let us "offer a word of cheer. While the price is lor the yield s is high. One farmer figured it out this uray the other day. He .was offered eighty cents for De- cember delivery. His crop will go forty- bushels to the acre, though he would have been satisfied if the yield had been thirty bushels. A forty bushel yield at SO cents brings f 32 an acre return. With a thirty bushel .yield 11.00 he weald have had a revenue par acre of It is time the few remaining pessimists shoulc cheer up. It will be commanded by Major H. Borden, R, C. R. W; S. Parker, a farmer from near .__ __ ____ ___ .__.. the village ot'De.xter, was characteristic Sam .Hughes tenced to two years on a charge of utterance. Sam has a way of ideali- beating 1 fying himself with his part. Personal- Irene Douglas and Gladys Kilbem.'iy be is the Canadian army just as graduate nurses of Brcckville Gen- Louis XIV. was the state. But it is eral hospital, have left for Red Cross hard to see how he can be accused of service at the front. modesty on that score. such The Empire .Theatre. Nagle's res-delusions of grandeur occur in an av- taurant and Croxton and Gibbons': erage citizen, it is commonly spoken rooming house at Peace River Cross- off as "swelled head." Without going ing were destroyed by tire. so far as to say that il aisir ..j iso iar as LO say mtu, jmjuiouiieittiaii- rfrs. Km. McKay, wife of a iarm-'sam.s cocked hat i3 too tight for him, er near Sarnia, was instantly killed. his friends admit that he has an ade- by taking liold oi a power wire opinion his own merits. An- had fallen across the back of her horse. .'Windsor, Ont., has now nent population of an in- crease of nine per cent over a year Bell; to the directory cen- manager of the Fort ago; ai SUE. F. W. William branch of the "Merchants bank, has been transferred to Ganan- of Egan- OFFICERS WHO MAKE SACRIFICES The London Advertiser says it knows of young militia, officers work- ing at nominal salaries, -who have gone about with very thinly-lined pockets during their probationary period, in order to provide uniforms other equipment. In fact, it may be well said that almost every officer gone to the front has made large per- sonal sacrifices. Some, in fact, have jeopardized their business careers, and noUa few have given up lucra- tive positions, neither expecting nor desiring to remain on the rolls of a flnn that may have (been hard press- ed and, much as it would have liked to do so, unable to pay two salaries for one position When a man goes to war it is almost as though his death had occurred, so far as busl- ness is concerned. His place is quickly filled. Few of those left be- hind are generous enough to concern themselves with the affairs that re- quire attention. In fact, many an officer has pulltu up his business rareer'by Uie roots through his zeal for service. Angus Elliott, of Winnipeg, super- intendent of agencies for the North American Life insurance Co., is dead He was a brother of J. C. Elliott, M.P.P. for West MtddleseV, Ont. other remark of his, cabled from Ens- I land, goes to show thai, modesty is not one of his outstanding faults. From a "previous visit to England, as everybody4 will remember, he came back with a certificate of genius from Lord told him one night at .sre always in good form at he was the great- est Driving Force in history. Lord firm this, because he was dead at the time Sam- produced the evidence, but nobody doubts that he said it. DANCE THEjAUDITORIUM CLUB will hold a Public Dance in the ,.-K. P. HALL Sept. 21st RED CROSS FUNDS. Cents. them again. This explains the re- newed activity on the western front, "likewise the Russian stand near Riga. A little talk from Sir Sam goes a long way. It's good strong talk, always with plenty of personal pronouns in it, hut one could hardly call, it mod- est. Since .Majorgeneraisirsam reuirned he has been galumphing from .one mi! itary camp to.ansihar with messages from the .are all ..very well in 'their, vfey, 'but what Canada wants.to' know'fs his policy in regard to Honorary .'Colonels, two ur three years ago GeorgfeVHam the C.P.ti said he looked forward to the day when the Canadian army would con- sist entirely of ;colonels. Since then George has .beconie a colonel nlmsdf, an honorary colonel, but highly use- ful, Because his stories are side-splitters. Any enemy en- countered by Colonel Georgi Ham would just naturally laugh itse'lf to death.' But this'is'a digression. The real question is-t'whether the policy fbus defined- by 'Colonel George Ham is to bVcarried out or whether it will be The-general belief is that privates should have a chance. An army oi colonels looks like over- doing It. Public opinion Is swinging around to a home guard of honorary but Of course it can be a national home "guard, with branches in every town and city, and ihcre will be plenty of room for every- body, but it should not go any fur-' her than that. That is to say, the An Experienced Executor The ;xlniinislralion of a Will calls for wide experience in financial and commercial mailers. This Trust-Company offers you Hie experienced services of a body of successful business-men. They have every qualification for the perfect iidiiiinistrnlion of your Will. Write for our booklet ori-'Wills.' THE TRUSTS GUARANTEE CALGARY COMPANY, LIMITED. ALBERTA Public Administrator and Official Assignee for.the Judicial District! of LETHBR1DGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN Lethbriage office, Bank of Commerce MeNicol, Inspector. DR. CONSTANTIN DUMBA Austro-Hungarian ambassador to Washington who is included in the subject of fomenting strikes in the States. It is possible he may be shipped out .of Ihc States. U.S. Packers Will Lose London, Sept. Samuel Ev- ans' decision today, awarding to the crown as piizeK, American goods des- tined to Denmark hut really consign- ed to Germany, .has aroused intense nterest among all the' repre- sentatives of American packing here, as well those inv. I .ed, as no j American meat products have licen mnorary colonels should.not-be call- shjp d t European neutrals ed on for active service abroad. A sides being a grand old man and a colonel. lorae guard is not a home guard when t goes gadding about in foreign coun- .ries. A home guard that it home is no place for an honorary .H. F. G. The Daughters and Maids of England Patriotic Whist Drive Wednesday Next IN THE S. 0. E. HALL. will be given the Patriotic Fund. Tkkftt be obtained of any of the members. A Clergyman's Great Relief A clergyman wrote us "Tt is a great relief as well as a great satisfaction that, after so many years of serious eifort, I will have-no further premiums to pay; but will have a little surplus until the endow- ment is due in 1917. J He had taken a Canada Life endow- ment for twenty-five years ago. In two years he will receive this amount in caah. Would you not like to be in a similar position when approaching the sunset of life? You can manage it by easy steps through a Canada Life endowment policy if you will start now. It will give you the added advantage of pro- tection from time of payment of the first premium, and the wjll be substantial aa it is in the CANADA LIFEis? Wilson Skeith HconUInsw inUreiUur iimr.attM kbvut iiiurance and thtCinfldiLift last May, and the unfavorable result i of the packers case is likely to causo j [urthfr stoppage of this trade. j "We intend to carry the case to tho privy council, 'where we expect tol said Alfred K. Urion, attor- j ney fqr the Chicago but I should the ilecision there bfc adverse, shall carry it still o. It is known that the packers, in the event of Losing in the.privy council, will turn further appeals into diplo- matic channels, with an internation- al commission as a possible court of final appeal.' The packers contend-that as the or- ders in council of last March were not in force-when the ships were! seized, (he series occurred last Octo- j her, it is not even incumbent upon! them to prove that the cargoes were J not destined for 'a nation at war; with Great Britain, they expect this contention would he upheld by j an international tribunal. j Are Peeved Chicago, Sept. tion uf American meat cargoes or- dered in London today is upheld on appeal from the British "prize court, Chicago packers will lose approxi- mately SJS.OOQ.flOO, at. which the. shipments valued. The packers, however, have hot yet given np the fight. THE CANADIAN BANK 'OF'COMMERCE' SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O, L L. D., D.C.L., PrnUent ALEXANDER LAIRD. Generiil ManaBer JOHM AIRO. Ase't V. C BROWN, Superintendent of Central Wntera BranckM CAPITALr RESERVE- FUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of and upwards. Careful attention is given to every account. Small account! ere welcomed. Accounts may be opened and operated by mail. Accounts may be opened in'the names of two or more to made by any one ot" them or by the survivor, Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgt. Established over Forty-one Yeacs THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA ASSETS OVER The of Banking Absolute Security Best of Service Courteous Treatment in We solicit your account In our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT a LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. F.BLETCHER, Manager, Street N. PATHETIC FAREWELL TO MOTHER AND SON OF CANADA Regtna, Saskk., Sept. R. fci'coner. mother of Sergeant W. Jral- conor o[ the 10th Canadian Mounted Rifles, made a journey of over 1800 I miles from Prince Albert 'llatrict tp Reglna for the purpose of taking last farewell of her son before he leaves for England. Sergeant Falcon- er returns tonight to rejoin.his regl- liient. His mother -lias bnen blind for several years, and tlie final farewell between mother aiti ftea was a monl paihctic one. A Strong, Far-reachlif Organization This local office of the Union Bank of Canada is but one of over 320 Branches of an organization whose Total Assets exceed f Our banking service covers. Canada, and through our connections we ar.e prepared to transact business in any part of the civilized world. The confidence of Canadians in this Bank is attested by over Sixty Million DC liars of Deposits. Yours voujd maka a wise and welcome addition. LETHBRfDGE BRANCH G, R. TINNING, Manaycr H. E. SANDS, Acting Miniger i GRASSY LAKE.BRANCH ;