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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOIIH THE LETKBRIDGB DAILT Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Riles per week delivered per year by mail per by per by per year to I ship In such a government men whose motives have become nauseous to thel National It It will 09 created out of national I needs of the but national neeils regulre that certain lypos of public men should be obliterated alto nether rather than and ad ed to WHAT CANADA HAS OVERLOOKED Writing in the New York Outlook on what tuo Commonwealth cJ Austra lia has done In this R Doug UP PASSING FOR THB BUSY To date soldiers have been re urned from overseas to Sir William Item or harvest help for Ontario Bishop Jones ot 39 TELEPHONES Business OScc J Editorial Office Buchanan President and Managins Director Terraces Business Manager Dates o eiplry ot suDscriptions ap pear dally on address Accept tnce of papers after eiplrstion date Is our authority to continue the sub Your King Country Ycu Right Nowl THE PROGRESS Or THE WAR ThesW British anticipat ed for some got under way yes tcrday on the Belgian advance being made over a 20mile The latest dispatches indicate that the of fensive has proceeded and that all the for the first day have been taken The main objective of the drive Is the German bases on tie Belgian at Ostend end Since the opening of the war the Germans have held these seaport towns as submarine and the recapture of these would go a long way towards crippling Germanys sub marine French are cooperating inthe new drive on the right flank andhave las Is very especially as regards the Australian which las already played a great part in the A bavyhas been he Till quite recently Austra lia nad an agreement with Groat Hri taln by vhlch ihe mother country took care oftha Commonwealths na val not only has the country a fine young navy of her but the government dockyards Cockatoo rear equipped to turn out the finest largest war vessels demanded by mod ern naval The autlnodeans already have learned the value of an adequate nary had it not been for the ceaseless vigils oi iho bailie cruiser the German squadron oper itihg in the Pacific during the early lays of the war could have laid Syd neyin ruins and levied tribute on any of jhe coast But the Australia carried loo heavy an armament for years head ot his has resign we bo busily engaged lor Iho rest o tbe is no pos slbUlly of auy labor from that source being available for farm We i have been accustomed to get some I labor from the United and this particularly so last Our j harvest Is coining on almost at the moment that the United States U call ing men up under tho seelctlve At the request ol tho Imperial Muniand thoro is no doubl that the supplies froiii that source will be In tho piri of Alberta tlie acre lions surveyors are m Torontoto supervise General Harrison Gray Presl dent asJ so nacor of the Los been lully as successful as the Brit The Russian retreat continues into are indication The strawberry crop exception ally large on Prince Edward Island this A band of gypsies in eastern Nova Scolia is saW to be victimizing many people through fortune A Bridgewater man last week pur chased an os from a rattle Thi after being slaughtered and dressed weighed 931 Andrew ot the Lafayette a resident ot Chi cago was formally notified he had been decorated with the French War Cross in recognition of his British merchant vessels already have been and a large imiube are being armed each said financial secrclary to the in a question in thp house of By making of himself a human sletlgo on the snowclad upper steppes Angeles Is The war office has announced formation ol a Jewish regiment ol in with experienced officers in the higher a resident ol Winni peg for 35 and well known in business and commercial is ves Greater Berlin will contribute slightly more than marks to the state Income tax this This is an increase ot marks over Miss Marlon 25 years of ivas drowned while bathing in a la goon a mile and a halt from Grand on Lake Tha body was It has been announced that has been awarded a Knights ot Columbus scholarship at the Catholic University ot age under crop Is 10 per greater than it was last and conse quently the demand for help will be Some elfort should be made to organize tarui labor for the har and to this cad tlie cooperation ot the provincial governments should be It It Is possible to trans fer men from one section of Canada to the other In order to carry on farm work that system should bo In epnie parts of the country the har Itterable in the past the nnn have gone to one re mained there until tho work ya con cluded ana then they have drilled but frequenly not to tho places where there was a demand lor their By ihe proper organization ot ho men that situation would to re I appreciate what Govern jeut U dolrig to meet he Tbe cblol at present is the farmers afraid that they will not liave any and If they could get Ktt assurance that there Is the possibility that labor will be provid ed as It Is needed it wrrald help to re lieve their apprehension on this WEDNESDAY AUGUST SHARPE July brother of Barn member for North a cbla denying the report that Sharpe is mlssIuB Sharps Is with tho Canadian Overseas forces and lu good v o earlier than In and the men might bo shitted from one place to If such a sys tem were adopted it would be of con WJ j SletlgO On ine akvplito the kaisers which were Of Meant Elijah for sunk afterwards by the British oft the estry lookout on the moun ho PLEA FOR HOME RULE July plea for Ulan sejfgovernment was made tho house yesterday Representative of who has resolution pending for recognition ot the Irish Independence would benent both Ireland and Eng he Falkland The Australian crul ended the career of the German raider Emden off the Co cos Interesting point about Douglas statement Is that the Aus tralian government dockyards are equippedtoturn finest and largest war vessels demanded by mod ern naval Is there any reason why Canada opt be in the same position as now of reestablishment ot order in1 hersister dominion Is there any the retreating army and of new atj reason why we should not start now to increase our shipbuilding Canada has been overlook Ing an opportunity for There is reason forcontinuing In the ruL tempts to face the Teutons BURBANK i WHEAT Farmers throughout Western Can ada have years been raised the pinnacle of high hppes by announce ments of miracle wheat which would Sleld anything from 60 to 125 bushels to the only to have thee hopes dashed to the ground after payingten dollars or So lor ajmshel of the wheat with which to experiment Now how Luther the noted Call fornianwho done such remartajle things with the cactus and other Issues an announcement thai after ten years of experiment he has perfected a miracle wheat that will yield an average of 50 to 75 bushels to the acre instead of an average of 15 as is now the case Farmers hate a right to be of bul BurbanVs annoFincement 0 more than pasins Interest and future developments will be watched with the closest FlAMlfflffl liana a badly Injured mountain The wife and sister of formerly a lecturer in Eng Ish at were Instantly killed n an automobile accident hear Au Young has been stationed California for some David Henry Carroll was gored to death by a bull on a farm near White Hamilton The mad dened by an attempt to pierce Its a cose turned on Mr Carroll and drove a horn through his right death being almost Instan James Fulton a pioneer electrical engineer who for many years was associated with interr csis controlled by Thomas died at Long Two weeks while in the Cnmmihgs was stricken with apop He was born 45 years A man named said to be a native of lou died recently in He was the youngest of four the oldest ot whom was the late Richard Meikle of Now Glas Since the beelnning of hostilities 366 persons have been killed and Injured by air raids In the London me tropolitan During the same per the secretary noted persons were and injured In ordln ary street accidents in the same terri George 17 years of wa drowned at the beach four miles fror Man In company wit Robert he was canoeing whei a squall capsized the McRa could not swim and sank at Bar bre was At a representative meeting of th milling Interests of held the offices of Dominio food the principle was down that whatever Is necessary t readjust the relation of prices c wheat to flour of flour to brea must be Winston Spencer Churchill was r A man naraeu saiu 10 otj wmaiuu a commercial traveller j elected member of the house ofcp was drowned atPine 0 miles east of Red got out of his V boat for a the boat being taken 1 l by the wind out ot bis where upon he swim to the but The body has not yet been The Truth About Corns You have read much fiction about Were that not so there would be no All people would use On hot eights when you cant deep Men nens Borated Talcum gene rously between the Get back into bed Then wake refreshed in the mons for the byeelection b ing made necessary owing re cent acabinet posi tion Churchillpolled Edmund received Here is the as stated by a chemist who spent 25 years on this corn And as proved already on almost a billion corns This corn troubles It stops the pain and stops it In 48 hours the DOESNT RICH MAN HARD ENOUGH Finance Tilinlster Whites income the more it Is studied and scru does not hit the rich man hard at Such a tax at such a time as the present should tax that woulc bo tell by all those who have to pay What Is to man who his an income of Sucli tax wont hurt the man with a big In Tf wo had our we would impose 25 per cent on in July Sir Robert Bor Prank Oliver in the house today that he had hoped to make a statement tothe house as to the prohibition of the book The Fid from entry Canada before this he had been walling for some j additional information and i 5iiGeonse minister of trade and received a letter from j Sir Joseph relating to tho the yesterday by Mr George Kyle to the effect that shipment of bacon by the William Davies company got preferential treat ment andwere sometimes sent BCTOSB ment sometimes sent across the Atlantic In munitions ships the Sir Joseph stafea that the William appeared on the local THE Weyburns Succeta A week at entertainment and in slruction that has been a Joy to all who attended came to a close last Daviea company in the same position as other business firms send l in Canada He said It was practically unfair to preven eels to privates sent to officers Chautaugua before audience that packed the big tent to Its utmost and despite the homeward he pre had whole corn disapp save cases a Uttlc cases which That is the and millions of people know Kvery month it is being proved on nearly two million So long as you doubt it youll The day you prove it will see your last It costs so so easy and quidc and pain lessthat you owe self this proci Try Blue tonight Traction Engine REPAIRS are well equipped la ali kindi of repair work on either or aai Only high claat work leavea our and we will quote you prlcei that are right NIVEN Z16 Flrtt 3 BUCK Limited n of Sa QmtUT For sale by ail Autos Painted Painting Decorating Papierharigihg 964 litri 6127th r sent io lae lieu and make Incomes undertaken this He had Information to the effect that the iaia IL was I it the sending ot wended Its wa hi when couid with Tho rlnm sent year at There Is too much fear of the rich j class ol parcels sent to the In all Sir Thomas Whites taxation We cant conscript men and allow the rich to ecape so easily One ct the wont features of the situation is that tie excess profits tax ends this Sir That Income I tax will not bear nearly heayliy upon the pro become a thing of the past Not immingled however were m those regrets with a sentiment of iners are of a very inferior char satisfaction and for there eno produced a large number was a wealth of memory on which of complaints which he said hewould to and an assured prospect of Use the lime to read but these future gatherings ot a like nature lu 1 It clear that they should be anticipated and awaited wilh in and In so far as this city Is there is but one thing that can be said of has made Every anticipation of the optl Rccently the farmlabor problem was brought up in the House of Com P spoke following Sir Borden who had assured the house tha serious attention given la the matter by the Mr Buchanan offered these observations according to Hansard I am quite sure that the remark ot the right Prime Minister SI Robert Borden will be to Hie farmers of the who have been in doubt as to tha supply ot farm I nm not going to speak of the as a to make a few remarks about obstacles which face the fanners of the south ern part of As the House there was strike In the spring and many minors wore avail able for farm Now that the mlnea lave resumed and OF CANADA to Ihe old system of relatives sending foodand clothing to prisoners In Ger TiirrKf finished and be fore the minister made his keep the Family Sayings in a Joint Account In of two or more Husband and Brother and or Father and U Is an allround as either can deposit or withdraw and In case of death the balance goes to without any farmine an Immediate source of ready LETHBRIDGE BRANCH Manager CARDSTON BRANCH Manaoer BARONS BRANCH Manager nteers the excess profits tax Speaiief nhodes said he had beeri has been every qualm Tie eicess profits tax must be looking up the bill had decided tho pessimist has been Sir oseh Flaveiie 0 suppress ed until the The profilers that the letter of Sir Joseph with scarcely an exception j itaif in Sir George Foster had read was cvtry Eiur ot the detractor has beea BUS to the limit and the mit o Orl5er becvuse it re As an educational cometai wont hurtthem at all com upon statements made by a as an Influence for community member of tho Ho considered 1 unification and and aa pared with existing profits taxed THE PR6PEA KIND tf NATIONAL GOVERNMENT In these days we nave at tho head of our affairs In whom we iive the utmost con men who will rally the peo ple In support ot war No national government can exist that has in its composition men wbd are tainted in any way with suspicion as to tbelf recordsin public It Is imperatively neces that only inon oi auer 4 Iho best motives and tho higoost j W0uid be treated tho same as prlv gilts should compose such a governj would bs sent to them therefore that it should be expunged fromthe Sir Oeorga expressed his had leen handed to lilra aa ho entered the He had no intention of breaking the rules a means of social uplitt If has proved to be the biggest thing that the people of this district bave been privileged to One of tho most gratifying fea lures of tbe week ben tho re interest displayed by those residents in tho rural districts the Chaulauqua had beentaken6n the Instruction ol many applications for sckson tickets iho British Ho explained coma from Ijeyond tho that arc being sent by I and numerous the Red Cross eoclety to each pris haying driven from considerable oner but that In an enemy country could not ho It had been ho officers DlREfJTdRi1 QFAUTO AND DRAYING t If You Going to Waterton Lakes Phone Boultons Auto Livery We will be glad to give you nil Information Our ratei are Phone The Hudson Auto tiyery A BIG 7PASSENGER CAH Stintl Palace Conftctlontry Phone 668 day or Mest tht Without men of these charac terlstics there cant ot be a govern that will unite the bulk ot the behind Thft people are crying for leader men careers have been character bed ami corrupt motives BO how riblo thor mar oatlonal government mqvemen y tho Red Cross with special regard to those requirements as NORWAY FOOD July The Norweg ian mission to the United States headed by Frldljof X called on distances day after day and noth ing will perhaps demonstrate more forcibly the attitude of the rural population towards the than Iho statement that a large number ot thoso who havo guaran teed the financial side ot nost years gathering arc farmers residing some miles from the This fact further illustrates fho very successful manner in which Chautauiua has performed Its es UJ viz that of linking Secretary Pok ol the state up the community into a harmonl department lojlay and arranged fcrious cooperalivfc for In the r with olUclala on a work building up of twocn town and country more has dlcussloni with olljclala on a work Ing agreement for tho Importation In to Norway ol foodstuffs needed by closer union be TS Tril Norwayo fcoastufts needed by been accomplished during past no wslly be wrecked bringing thlt Xansen will days than In tin whole fryui for leiierwij or for PreaHeat Wllscn history of FOR YOUR FAMILY There is a New Perfection Oil Cook Stove designed for yonr it be a family of five or more Ami a New Perfection will do all that a wood or coal will do it the year Ask these dealers HlckSthl Hardware Hayr Taylor Hardware Consumors Hardware Ctal OilllttNnu Pirftaan willaik fiur mini for fnm 5 t1 10 cenlt THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY Limited BRANCHES IN ALL CITIES OTTS AUTO LIVERY Day Phone Night Phone 717 DRAYING 1 1545 or I Turner Witchall I Office at KenmJyi 418 1ith J DRAYING Of All Kinds Limited 11 ;