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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 3. 1917 rt>#e Derail Xemti**t, Blberta ] 9AILV AND W C E KLV ' , ufcneriptlon Rates.: 'foil?, delivered, per wo�K ..... .10 Daily, dellrcred per gpesr ......fiTCd Daily, by mail, per year.....,. y t*-0f Weekly, by mall, per y>ar____. AX-oO WoosJy. by mail, per year to U.3.,68.00 prior to IMP, our biggest crop was 16,000.000 bushels In 1913, worth not more than 18.000,000, we can see no reason (or pessimism. The only reason for regret It that the crop Is not larger \n Wder that there might be a greater Aatplttft*for shipment to the Mother: ti., MG2 TELEPHONES Business Office ............. Editorial Office ............. V/. A. Buchanan lanager AN OPPORTUNITY POR TRUE CANADIANS. '> "The conhtry deeply 'feels- that this war should not he exploited for'money profits. It feels equally that it should not be exploited .for partisan political profits."  ,~. This editorial expression of opinion from the vSajturday Evoniag Post indicates ijUJte dearly the campaign being carried on by the Influential press of. the United States in order part in the 'PICKED UP IN* PASSING fOX THBMUfX MAN Dates or oxplrv ot suuscripttona appear daily on address labeh Accept-.that the tlnitcd States inco of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue the sob-scription. Your Kino and Country Need You Right Now! Sam Charters will likely be the candidate in Peel for the Commons. Works "Commissioner llfirrln. of Toronto, has been made honorary fuel controller for Ontario. The numbvr ot women acting as substitutes for men in the field in France has passed the million mark. A factory in which radium is being produced hns been opened in Scotland by a Scotch chemist. Peter Hendershott. one of the oldest wholesale merchants oi' London, is dead. He,, was born near St. Catharines. To date 8,910 soldiers have boon returned from overseas to Ontario. An outbreak of potato blight is reported from Fcnclon township, 0�it. William McMiclton. V S.. formerly of Stratford, was drowned at Platts-vllle. Dr. John Alexander McOtilre, physician at Stony .Mountain penitentiary, died aged 58. Nine hundred i-i\lilaiis and over 500 furtoughed ami invalided ollicers and men have lauded at Halifax this week. British recruiting ollicers are'count- fight for democracy may be raised \ above the sordid llevcls into which it I Jobn D Kyan president of tho Ana-' ing strongly on a total of at least is only tod- easy to fall. We have J COnda Copper Co.. has been appointed 4,000 nien from (lie Chicago district pounds damages against the propriety or�, or the Sydney. N.S.W., Truth." T*> action Is based' upon the publication of" Ihe pTalttnrs T�ilBe In tile �!a�e ofi Bacond Ueutennnt Barrett., .wiilch caused some egcltoment In England recently' in connection with certain wart promotion*.'. . jtfhe intense haaL at Chicago caused Alexander B, - Hoblnfloii, landowner bit St^kntoon, SttsK-i attehdlngtlie Feast of; the TnlffiVnacle InZlon. City, to start for Witukegan tjo purchase an electric fan, for his-wife. When she arrived in the station at /ton City t'no haSt claimed, him before, ho purchased n ticket and he fell dead oh the platform. v � Ifiie Impertaf GiSrmkti^ tovernment wis' made a defendant .'�tVS*tt �.Francisco'..In a :uHt for $380 back wngos filed by Ferdlnai/d ^chraledt,. tin Austrian, SdiriiledC formerly a fireman on the German steamer''Alsass� which was,seized In Samoa harbor after'the declaration ot war, holds Germany responsible for his. hlloged pecuniary losses. ', - THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Bad weather having blocked the drive of the British and French on the Belgian front, the allied forces are occupying their time in consolidating positions gained, and the artillery is engaged in again pounding the enemy lines. Counter-attacks by the Germans have been successfully repulsed. British forces have recaptured positions lost some weeks ago on the Yser front. The prisoners taken in the new offensive total over r>.00Ji. The drive is proving the most extensive of the war. Huge numbers of guns are being used and the bombardment is terrific. Canadian forces are not engaged in this drive. They are still holding their lines at Lens, and their guns have so demoralized the garrison of the great industrial city that they are being replaced by fresh troops. Dissatisfaction with- the affairs in the Russian army has led to the resignation of the great leader. Gen. Brnsi-loff. The other leaders have appealed to Kerensky'" t*0; itee'p the army out of politics. "' seen It in.-tjanada. We have seen j director general of military relief of the profUeir, like-John Wesley Al-j'ho U.S. Rod Cross, lison. getting the; ear of "a minister' or the crown'and usiug hit debasing influence to roll up great wealth for himself. We have seen the'spectacle of the war being used by the patronage committee of every four-corners j Steam driven mofdr passenger cars that resemble American gasoline-electric cars have been adopted by a European railroad. Women performers with the vari- ous circuses in the country have form- I in Canada to increase '.he political I P,| , Re(| Cross unit and have more I power or the party in power with the j than 500 members. ' mass of elector?, an exhibition ot i � .Mi; family Thursday. | Roy Rlsl^ier in .entertaining his parents from Eaton" Ohio." .....Ob* HfMd and eon Hntittd went to Lethblidge Monday, Jlr, Kepler'mid hou called;on W. L. rrlcal Monday afternoon. , Mrsi Pearson , and daughter Lodla called jon'Mr*), Beaton Thursday attof-noon! ', '''� :'*' '  � Mh an*-Mnr. Stpvart - were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Beaton and family, Sunday. ^ Mrs. Geo. Matson'had tor her Sunday "quests, Mt1. Tenney and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Schlll and . daughter. Rosle Marie.' Miss' Nora Stovall, Mr. and SMr�; .vK�pleT,, sr., Mr. and Mrs. Kepler, Jr., and children. Mr. Watklns and Mrolly. X , Mrs. Beaton (Jailed on Mrs. Peterson Saturday,..;' Willie Matson and Charles Rllly of Spring'Coulee called on Mr. and MrB. Geo. Mntsiin Monday. Oeo. Matsi n and Willie Matson are leaving for Montana Ib-b. few days, where they will visit their brother, R. M. Matson. - John Forslln; is drilling a jvcll on the MlamlFarm. Sam Noble";w�s in New Dayton Tiies day, Forest. Lathis did shopping In New Dayton Saturaay qvenittg. Miss Ueva, Cress is entertaining company from Lethbrldgo thl� week. The Ladles' Aid sdelaty met at Mrs. John Crass Wednesday afternoon. A very sociable time wa* enjoyed by nil. there being about 2o of tho ladlw present. A delicious lunch was' served by Mrs, Cress, after which the meeting adjourned and will bo held next time at Mrs. John Whltscl. Tho Red Cross committee took In jaHt Saturday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Schlll went to Lulhbridge Wednesday. AND HIS NAME WAS CLANCY., : Some day the fame of the first man to carry the Stars and Stripes Into battle "in France' is going to be almost a legend in this- country. Just recently the world-learned his name. -It was.Clancy, and;he was a member of a Canadian regiment at Vimy Ridge. An exchange has 'this to 'say about the young man who" has already gained considerable notoriety: gust ing in the extreme. These facts are not to be denied, but it is time that the country as a whole was rising above this sort of thing. The opportunity seems to have presented itself [or the formation of an united government (hat will not need to stoop so low, that will not need to be afraid of the crack of the profiteer's whip. There arc those ori the Conservative side that will have nothing to do with any movement whereby any Liberals are to be taken into the government. They say they have the Grits in a hole now and can make them squirm. They see a chance in the present crisis to make the Tory party safe for years to come, and they are working to the limit to press the advantage. On the other hand, there are Lib erals who say they can see in the in onto decided to ask t^he Ottawa government for a bonus of )25 a month as from January 1, 191*. Through the death of H. H. Shaver, Cooksville lost nits magistrate and township clerk. The deceased had been ill for some months... Luther Burbank.. the plant wizard, is reported to be serloinly' ill.at his home, Santa jCrux, ;Cai.,' from overwork and a cold. He is 68 years old and-was married recently. At the Lepellp inquest in Toronto it was announced that a reward of $500 for the apprehension of the murderer harf been offered, by -the province. . ."�"'"' David Matheson, formenly superintendent of the government saving banks department at Ottawa, has died at his home at - Hudson's- . Heights, about 50 miles from Montreal. Alexander Btrron, ot Harris ton. for-_! merly for half a century a farmer in Howick township, being one of tho troductlon of. conscription and the j pioneers in the Queens Bush, is dead, subsequent appeal of-Sir Robert Bor den for an union government nothing but the fin*'hand-of Bob Rogers who Is playing his hand as minister of elections, in such a way that^lt will jjlyftj the. Tojies a line chance for a"| in a railway construction battalion. �Bag-waving tfcetion campaign. They - Clancy had a fancy For doln', peculiar things. are of the opinion that it the Liberals had stuck to Laurier the Borden gov-i ernment would have gone down to i defeat fn an election, and the Grits j would have had a chance to show that A clean, strong and Impishly good-; they could run the country and the natured face has been staring out at war .rjgnt. ~ the public from newspaper pages of late. On the head of its owner is .a i British field artillery cap, tilted "at a' rakish angle and on the sleeve of the in his 96th year. Charles H. C. Greentree. for several years manager of, the Renfrew branch of the bank of Ottawa, has resigned to go to Europe as a private A Japanese mission to the United States will soon visit San Francisco on its way to Washington* The mission is headed- by Viscount Kikuplro lshli,. former minister of foreign affairs. coat are honorable service stripes. The figure is posed with a careless nonchalance amounting almost to impudence. But under the picture there appears the words: "Gunner. Clancy, first to carry Old Glory into action In France." We do not' even know Clancy's jilrst name, but we hope it is Fat or Mike or Dennis. Such names would fit admirably into the general scheme ot things in which Clancy is Implicated. It appears that jfMancy Is. a native of Texas and that he Joined^ a Canadian regiment early In the war, was wounded at Neuve Chapelle, Combles and Gommecourt, and is now recovering from being almost burled �live. The city of-Ottawa Iras applied to the Ontario railway board for the establishment there of - two municipal fuel depots, for - which the sum of $60,000 has been allocated; by the city council. ...... Ten masked French-Canadians at | the point ot a revolver are reported ' to have stolen 350 pounds of dynamite at Montreal. It is also reported that big stores ot explosives are: hidden to blow, up .Victoria bridge oh the occasion of conscription.; going into force. ' ;: ?' V.'.v PESSIMISM HAS - ' NO PLACE IN THE SOUTH. Business men and others in the towns and cities should reserve their pessimism regarding crop conditions until after threshing returns commence to come in. It they become unduly pessimistic they are liable to curtail their stocks of merchandise only to And that the crop is much.! butter thfl,n the expected and they cannot meet the demand. It can only be said that Southern Alberta is producing a wonderful apectacle this year. Fields which hare not fiad a drop of rain since The middle of June are going to produce average crops. Summerfailowed crops are going to be much better than was expected a couple of weeks ago. We all fh6B|ht! � ft' was Impossible for grain io,|oiUoue growing}*Jid to ripen morau^gi^UHU^- nkkfttt'Wo re befliunng^p lear^ that* good farming pay* ';�  , - * i � Last/iyeaf Southern Albarta, at IcaBt tnjit/'part'centering on Leth-brldge Uv* railway way, raised .nearly 38,000.000" bushels' of. grain* of . which more jthan'21^000,000 bushels'were wheat. -We cannot e�pect as much this yeapjjbut'U wust be'considered that the.acreage is greaUyt In excess t the "acreage, and the smaller yield per'jTcre-will. be partly made up. The HetaW confesses that a couple ot weeHjr;ago ,ws been proprietor of -hint''and In safe hands not in the the MaJe8tic bote] in Winnipeg] He 7' �.. safe hands, not was one of the best known hotel men hands ot the political corruptor. They in the west. Dteattt;..came after an want to know that some provision is illness 'that bad extended.more-than being made tor their assimilation into a >'ear civil life, and that they will not have to pay, on their return; for the millions of blood money made by the profiteers during the'.war. The country has had enough ot election winners for the -time being. In peace times they may furnish some diversion. But In war times their place is In the background so long as they are engaged In that sort of business. . The country has had enough ot Bob Rogers. They are suspicious of him, and rightly so. Ho U like a rod rag to a bull to the Liberal with strong party affiliations. There are leading Liberals who affect the partizan Conservative in the same way. But The Herald hopes and believes that, between two extremes, there is a great mass of Canadian electors whose first idea la to win the war and who are ready and eager to drop air politics for that purpose. The Pnitaoi) 8tates seems to be starting out with the desire to keep partizan? ship and profiteering down to a minimum during the war. President Wilson seems to be doing so fairly well, although members ot bis cabinet are accused of making the war work to the ends ot the Democratic party. If that opinion spreads in the United States to such a degree as it has in Canada it will be a sorry day for the States. As for Canada, it the opportunity has come, as it seems to have come, to form a union government and thus do away with the evils of partisanship for the rest of the war, It scemti to us that such an opportunity should be embraced. If we were defeated ,ln this war through failure ot Canada to do her whole share through wrangling over politics, it wouldn't make much dilt'er- A suit in. equity "was begun In, the supreme court at'New York,.by. the National Council pf the/Boy Scouts of America to restrain, the. organization knowir as the "'United- . States Boy Scouts from .using! in 1U name the Words "boy scout,.boy scouts, sc*6ut, scouts or scouting, or any adaptation thereof." Hon. Albert Sevigny, minister of inland revenue, has, Instructed the legal firm of Bumbray & Gauthler to take action .'against' the French-Liberal mornlnii newspaper' La Canada, of Montreal, for-.$10,000, because ot the publication on Mouday of a report that the minister was mobbed at Val-ley held, Que. 11 la claimed that the report had no basis in truth. I,WH>. When it is remembered that euce what party one belonged to. Strength in Summer comes to the man or woman whose daily diet consists of cereals and fruits. Meat and potatoes are a heavy load on the digestive organs. The ideal Summer diet in Shred* d�d Wheat Bitcalt, a food that is 100 per cent, whole wheat and prepared in a digestible form. For breakfast with sliced bananas or berries, with milk or cream. Made in Canada- CHAUTAUQUA  AT ~ The "2� M's Extra Special in Men's High-Grade Suits '�'FIT-l�EFOKM AND SOCIETY BRANDMAKEH. Prices $15, $18, $20, $22, $25 and $28 - r Big Savings Chautauqua Week' in Men's Furnishings Balbriggan Underwear In lisle and mesh. Worth $1.25. oa Special....................... OVC Two-piepe Balbriggan Underwear 45c Worth 60c nud'TSc. Special............... MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS With or without lounge collars. Worth $1.50 and $1.75. �g Special..................>____ 00C in ANY STRAW HATS the house to clear at HALF PRICE Panama Hats 25 per cent off COME WITH THE CROWDS TO THE LETHBRIDGE CHAUTAUQUA AND VISIT OUR STORE. WE HAVE A SURPRISE FOR YOU IN BARGAIN GIVING. The "2" M's McGuire McKelvie THE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE MEN'S CLOT HING HOUSE IN 80UTHERN ALBERTA 1 KlrtKHAM 0LOC K-LETHBRIDGE ..... If Yon A 4th Class Engtaeer CeriUkate tt'issued by the Department of Marine or its English equivalent and are . � British Subject you are probably eligible for one of the vacancies as Engine Room Artificer in the newly commissioned ships of the Canadian Naval Patrol It is �n effective way to place your, qualifications at the service of yourebuntry during the War., while the ->ay ia good, front $1.85 TO . J2.50 PER DAY with free food, lodgings and kit, ' together with $25.00 monthly to dependents. Thers tr� Vseaaoio alio for Stoker* at ft .20 PBR DAY plu. similar allowance*, alto to'r torn* Mamca aad other rating.. Apply to � Nearest Naval Recruiting Office, or to the Department of the Naval Service,-Ottawa. Traction Engine REPAIRS We ars well �