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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LBTHBRIDGB DAILY HfcAALD WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1,1917 Hi): ftttbbrftge t>eralfc letbbrtofle, BIberta 3AILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rnkea: Dally, delivered, per iveek......10 Daily, delivered per year ......55.00 Daily, by mail, per year.........$1.00 Weekly, by mall, per y�.ar......$1.50 .Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S..$2.00 tho Canadian Overseas forces PLEA FOR HOME RULE Washington, July 31.-A plea for Irish self-govornmont was made In tho house yesterday by Representative McLaughlin, of Pennsylvania, who has a resolution pending for recognition of the Irish nation. Independence would benefit both Iroland and England, ho declared. i The Truth About Corns You have read much fiction about corns. Were that not so there would be no corns. All people would use Blue-jay. Carroll and drove a horn through his right lung, death being almost instantaneous. died at Long Beach, N.Y. Two weeks ago, while bathing in the ocean, Mr. Cummlngs was stricken with apoplexy. He was born in London, Ont., 48 years ago. A man named Hepworth, said to be a commercial traveller from Calgary food controller, the principle was laid down that whatever is necessary to readjust the relation of the prices of wheat to flour and of flour to bread must be done. Winston Spencer Churchill was reelected member of the house of com was drowned at Pine Lake, 20 miles : mons for Dundee, the bye-election be-east of Red Deer. He got out of his i lng made necessary owing to his ro-boat for a swim, the boat being taken j cent appointment io a cabinet posl-by the wind out of his reach, where-j tiom Mr. Churchill polled 7,302 votes, upon ho attempted to swim to the j His opponent. Edmund Scrymgeour, shore, but failed. The body has not j prohibitionist and laborite, received yet been uncovered. | 2,03b votes. more than passing Interest and future developments will be watched with the closest interest. DOESN'T HIT RICH MAN HARD ENOUGH Finance Minister White's income tax, the more it is studied and scrutinized, does not hit the rich man hard at all. Such a tax at such a time as the present should be-a tax that would be felt by all those who have to pay It. What Is $25,000 to the man who has an income of $100,000. Such a tax won't hurt the man with a big Income. If we had our way we would Impose 25 per cent, on $10,000 incomes, and make $100,000 Incomes pay BO per cent. Sir George Foster, minister of trade and commerce, received a letter from Sir Joseph Flavelle, relating to the statement in tho house yesterday by Mr. George Kyte to the effect that shipment of bacon by the William Daviess company got preferential treat- , , ment and were sometimes sent across attended came to a the Atlantic in munitions ships and n>Sht wllen. the Waikiki A week of entertainment and instruction that has been a joy to all close last Hawaiian Sir Joseph stated that the William concert party appeared on the local Davles company were in the same Chautaugua ptatrorm, before an position as other business firms send- audience that packed the big tent to ing shipments abroad. ita ut"'ost capacity, and despite the On the motion to go Into supply, J. f"11 measure, pressed down and run-G. Turriff brought up the question of ! "!nB �vor- o�, eood ,\hiu^ that lad the stoppage of the sending of parcels beon Presented for the gratification to prisoners in Germany by relatives of the people of \\ eyburn and dis-In Canada. Ho said it was practically i trlct during the preceding days, the unfair to prevent the sending of par- r Bulla rkrtUB Keep the Family Savings in a Joint Account In the names of two or more members'- Husband and Wife, Brother and Sister, or Father and Son. It Is an all-round convenience, as either can deposit or withdraw money, and In case of death the balance goes to the. survivor without any formalities, formine an Immediate source of ready money. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH  . . A. F. 3. Tatum, Manager CARDSTON BRANCH - - . � F. V. Cavers, Manager BARONS BRANCH.....J. Blackwood, Manager pared with existing profits taxed. THE PRdPE* KINO OF NATIONAL GOVERNMENT In these days ot national peril we must have at the head of our affairs �en In whom we have the utmost confidence, men who will rally the people in support of "war winning." Ko national government can exist that has In Its composition men who are tainted in any way with suspicion as to tholr records in public life. It is necessary, imperatively neces-�ary, that only men of clean character, the best motives and the highest gifts should compose such a government. . Without men oi these characteristics there cannot be a government that will unite the bulk ot the people behind It. The people are crying for leadership T>ut they won't be led by men Whose careers have been characterised bX> selfish and 'corrupt motives ho mslter bow able they may be. The national government movement from the records. Sir George expressed his regret. The letter, he said, had been handed to him as ho entered the chamber. He had no Intention of breaking the rules of the house. Sir Kdward Kemp, in reply to Mr. Turriff's question said this action had been'taken on the instruction of tho British Authorities. Ho explained that three parcels aro being sent by | cfty"i?m|ts, and numerous families the Red Cross society to each pris-; hav) drlvon in from ccm8l(lorablo oner each fortnight but that delivery in an enemy country could not be guaranteed. It had been decided, he iiaid, that after August 1, officers would bo treated the same as privates, .pare sis would be sent to them by tho Red Cro3B with special regard to those requirements as officers. NORWAY FOOD SUPPLY. Washington, July 30.-The Norwegian mission to the United Statos headed by Fridtjof Nansen, called on Acting Secretary Polk of the statn , ... ... - _____________, _____ , ___________ department today and arranged for j ous co-operative entity, for in tho discussions with officials on a work- building up of a closer union being agreement for the Importation In- tween town and country moro has distances day after day; and nothing will perhaps demonstrate moro forcibly tho attitude of tho rural population towards the movomont, than tho statement that a largo number of those who have guaranteed tho financial side of next year's gathering aro farmers residing some miles from tho city. *Thls fact further illustrates tho very successful manner In which Chautauqua has performed Its essential function, viz: that of linking up tho community into a harmoni- easlly be wrecked by bringing'"A? Norwav of foodstuffs needed by I been accomplished during the, past |wward for leadership or for member- SClSM soven dap than in the whole put history ot Weyburh. There is a New Perfection Oil Cook Stove designed for your family-whether it be a family of two, three, four, five or more persons. And a New Perfection will do all that a wood or coal etove will do-and do it the year around. Ask these dealers: Hlck-Sehl Hardware Co,, Lethbrldge. Hayr Hardware Co., Lethbrldge. : C. G. Olander, Lethbrldge. Taylor Hardware Co., Lethbrldge. Consumers Hardware Co,, Lethbrldge. IVtth Rtya/ile Coal Oil tin New Perfection will cook your meal for from 5 to 10 cents THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY Limited f) BRANCHES IN ALL CITIES Ottawa, July 31.-Senator Sharpo, brother of Col. Sam Sharpe, M.P., member for North Ontario, has received a cable denying the report that Col. Sharpe is missing In Trance. Col. Sharpo Is with tho Canadian Overseas forces and In good health. On hot nights when yon can't sleep --Shake Men-nen*8 Borated Talcum generously between the sheets. Get back into bed-Yawn-sigh-Then wake up refreshed in the morning. Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well equipped to handle all kinds of repair work on either steam or gas tractors. Only high class work leaves our shop, and we will quote you prices that are right NIVEN BROS. 216 First Ave. S. Phone 17*2 Autos Painted Painting: Decorating Paperhanging Morgan 964 11th 8treet 8. & Whittaker 612 7th Street 8. Phone 1820 DIRECTOR IT OF AUTO LIVERY AND DRAYING / -N If You Are Going to Watei'ton Lakes Phone Boulton's Auto Livery We will be glad to give you all information possible. Our rates are reasonable. Phone 1809, Lethbrldge, Alts. The Hudson Auto Livery A BIQ 7-PA8SENGER CAR Stand: Palace Confectionery Phone No. C68 Resident Calls, day or night, No. 1269. "Meet Me at the Palace" OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1540 Night Phone 787 DRAYING Phones 1348 or UN Turner & Witchall Office at Kennsdy's 410 18th 8t DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransfcrCo. Limited Office-C. P. R. Freight Sheds PHONE* ' Offlc............ tin Stablee ...*.:�*�'... ;