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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR 3D ije teraU Blbcvta DAILY ANB WEEKLY THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD AUGUST Subscription per wees delivered per year by mail per year uj by per by per year to TELEPHONES Business Office lrj Editorial Office President and Managing Director John Torranco Business Dates ct expiry of auuscrlptlons ap pear daily on address Accel Ence or pipers alter eipiration date is our authority to continue have been the occasion ot in splicable The government has taken the ourse Indicated by the circumstances 3 being most iu the interest of the tove The people of Canada wore Ue owcers ot of They will now take toe remainder of the slock and lus entire system will bccoti their The value o the vorth of stock thus secured is to be jetWed by arbitration vrlth a rcftr encs to the of to ih decision of the Supreme Court ot This should be to he people ot li the share holders of the Canadian Hallway hare an actual equity In tie rciJ they should be paid At the same time it is to be noted that in the opinion of Sir Henry Drayton am as set forth in their recent report tho share holders have no real equity in the The Canadian Northern railway is potentially a magnificent railway sys J properly capitalized and care fully managed it ought to be a great inocey maker within ten TUB question of the management of this road Is not to be settled at this time by the parliament of The ar rangement outlined by Sir Thomas is of necessity li is a mero stopgap arrange mo As a permanent solution of the problem of how we are to have government ownership ot railways without their relentless exploitation for politica i nurroEes it will not For the gov ground taken by the Germans and ad1 LOOKING TimOVGH THE WKOfNG END Your King and Country Need You Right Nowl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The allies continue their gains on the Handers recapturing all pu to appoint a governing hoard vancing their lines to some The 0 control the road simply means po Utlcal management with one remove It is quite apparent that It is th fate of the Grand Trunk Pacific to hi In the not distant th property of tho Canadian people famous village of Jullen has been retaken by the nnd all new po Eilions have been At Iens the Canadians are passing the advance and have already come to withtr a few hundred yards of the citys Conditions In the Russian army are etill very and the There is no The Gran Trunk cannot carry the road and n of private capitalist would lake over the road and its ob gallons If they were offered as a gil In this respect the people of Canad ttill very ana me m mis me ycuiue vi have now actually entered upon by n Eian soil Kerensky Costs Over An nually For Office Quarters Queried lot a and his cabinet on Saturday threaten ed but later withdrew their resignations and an attempt will to reorganize tho cabinet along more popular Litlla at tempt Isheing made to check the ad vance ot the NATIONALIZATION OF THE CANADIAN The Dominion ot Canada has taken over tho Canadian Northern times this would have been the signal for a discussion of the policy from one end of Canada to the But in these times of war the high cost of the question of compulsory military ser vice aud the political situation Indue ed have placed the great When this takesplace Canada will own the the Transcon the Grand Trunk Pacific and the Canadian 3iihern they will constitute a huge The movement may not stop The ca6 in lailtig thn ireml Trunk and adding it to the system is very With the ex ception of the prosecution of the the a policy by which these roads can he operated in tiie in terests of the free from toll taking and manipulation by thieving will he the greatest test of the capacity of Canadian states manship that will he applied within neit few There is little faith in any party govern ment settlingtie Question right it could the pressure to leave postern gates through which the pro UP PA SSIN G question of nationalization of ailways much ih the The Winnipeg Free has made very careful study of the new phase of public ownership brought about by the purchase of we reproduce its editorial comment herewith The Dominion government has an nounced its vlththe con Bent of of taking over the Canadian Northern It has been evidentfor some time that this be the inevitable result of the railway situation as it affected this perly conld he systematically Here is a task for a capable non party James may run for the federal according a report from CobalL Controller Thomas Foster of Toron to announced that he would bs a can didate tor the Conservative nomina ion in East The possession of an card means a fine of the police court of Kansas according to an announcement by Judge At a meeting oi Socialists held at Red of was nominated as Socialist candidate for the federal house In the next elec Mayor Mllcheirot New will be a candidate to succeed himself for the next four uew hospitalappliance is a wheel ed frame from which straps can be placed under a patient to lift him from his bed arid mqve James aged W resl whlle entering his home afler bring ing the mail fromrlhe post His caused by the heat Drewih has resigned as pas common pent a quiet afternoon on Saturday c consideration of Sir Thomas Whiles bulk amendments to luo Jomtnlon Insurance and passing he estimates of the public works de Tho tho chief purpose of which Is to make clear the author ily of the Insurance department ove British and foralgn companies dolni tiuslucss In such authorlt being questioned as tho consequent ot a privy council vca considered In detail and passed upon by the banking and commerce com mission and reported to the There wero very fow preliminaries when the house Sir Wilfrid Laurler drew atlentlou to the fact that tho ilacleodTellicr report on tho find logs of Justice Gait affecting Hobert Rogers had been tabled but that the evidence upon which Uia find ings of the commission were based had not been brought Sir George Foster promised to bring tbo matter to the attention of the primo Sir George Fos ter Informed William Pugsley that arrangements haii been made by the fuel controller for the shipment by water of coal supplies from New York to John and Some difficulty was being experienced in connection with th finding ot harbor accommodation fo the vessels to be This diffi culty was being inquired Into by thi port authorities at John and Hall When the Insurance act was take up there was some discussion of th clause providing that directors of ll suranco companies are jointly Habl for tfco making of unauthorized in a vapitiUzaion of one hundred illlloa When ho was rnlnls r ot public ho said ho had ecu tjtTcrciy criticized for an er endlturc ot less than one halt this It was almost beyond belief hat in times oi such us o much should ho epant for lo asked the minister ot public worka or a settleemnt of tho rentals paid urlng the year the year before ho great while idmitttng that rentals were fald this was duo to bo large increase In the number ot iepartiueuts created since tho be jinalng of tho There was a con stant demand v more accommoda Ion and some ot tho ofllces wero al toe crowded to be good for the icalth of the He asserted thit ha rentals were entered iato upon tho basis of six per of the es tlmatedcost of tho Traction Engine REPAIRS Wa ts handle all Mrids of repair work on either or gaa Only Klgh data work our and wa will quoit you prices that are NIVEN PhoM 17M OKION From Our Own Correspondent Orion Robb has just ritBlied selling out his Kklund has taken over the dry goods aud bopts and while tho bal ance was sold to customers at reduced The Standard Bank have so ured tho front 3S feet o tho store and busy adjusting their Hewitt and Black will use e balance as a furniture show WONT WAIT THAT LONG DIRECTOR OF AUTO LIVERY AND DRAYING If You Are Going to Watertou Plione Boultons Auto Livery We will be glad to give you all Information Our rates are Phone So youre cM Do you believe in a hereafter 1 certainly but Im not going to rait until then tocollect the Captain the I r tor ot New 1auis Wood in which capacity he has acted tormore than and has Issued Showing Economic Waste in Shipping Minimum With a nation clamoring for fuel in the early winter and west 1U me Cany WIUICI nim The Canadian Northern Railway farmers demanding cars In which Evslem was based upon a method of to ship their the railways must was as daring as It havean immensa number of available The promoters set outjcarsj to build a railway Western shippers and consignees system on the financing theUre being appealed to now to coop load out of its own ambitions without erato with the railway companies in any actual backlog in the form of their efforts to avoid car shortage The foundation slone ot the system was the securing of govern intmllellnsbelng issued by the rali ment guarantees for bonds issued byl consignees are shown by strik the This Idea was tonowed the great necessity for from Fracce and It had its first ap lle ioajinK oj freight cars to greater plication In this piovince some 18 jears ago when the Oreeaway govcrnl To average carload by jnent guaranleed bonds to the extent le wonia be equivalent lo plac et a mile for certain short por1 freight cars n tions of I service In according to the who went overseas of the 91st home word to hiscongregation will probably nest to resume his duties as pastor ot Knni The political convention hell at under the auspices of he Grain a member ot the Canadian Council of and essecre call to Ihe prisliof SU Bar at a suburb of Ot tary of tie Manitoba lo be their standard bear er for the federal of Brandon In the forthcoming elections According to official statement said Andrew Bonar the house of tbo eipenditure of tie German to May of this was rate ot X as compared with monthly for the first halt of The the chancellor did not iu dude civii expenditures or loans to Germanys The total expendi tures of the French government for At the convocation at Oxford univer sity this Frank UuSerhiir and Carleton graduates of To ronto received the degree of II tho in the lat ter in Bothgraduated from Toronto proceed ing tie same jo Edward president oi the University Training Ina statement just issued urges util ization ot the Canadian cantonments as training camps for American He points out that the need ot the rigorous training may bu best accomplished in a climate such as Canada William 30 years of was probably fatally Injured at his vestments but that director ivh has prolested against such Inves ments may relieve himself of llabilll by putting a notice of his protest i the Pugiley did not approv ot tho There should 1 more stringent ho fo Nations ot the Sir Thomas white thought that tho effect of the provision would be fo make the boards of directors careful to invest only in such securities as are approved by An amendment was introduced to compel a dirctpr to notify tho super intendent by registered mail in order to rid himself ot and Stands for vthtrd Huge During consideration of ths public FREE urn works department wors William Pugsley took exception to the payment of per annum by the government tor the rental of buildings in ths city of Ho said that this represented at 4 per I Bervjco ia according to the With this as a starting the Iallniy Mimy consignees how promotera went novcr order more than the mln Ing bond guarantees from loium authoriiea under the tariffs and minion governmenta until the d TOO re3uu is an econ and Do ot guaranteed re3uu is an econ reducei tie etlic Uways and the public between minimum all purposes was the chancellor a 30ton car will hold 300 tfeefwhlch Prevaned in anda Won car will hold 315 asOTeyeaf had continued Sugar in 1M nacfc must asome years ibu imt be in minimum loads ot 300 but a 30ton car will hold and a 40ton will hold Did are being requested to promptly release cars and statistics are giran pointing out that a check bf cars held by consignees at someof the stations on a western line howei 70X cars delayed an average uanaua aivinc lot another ten Th9 collapse our shoddy edifice of pros perity in 1913 deeply involved the Canadian Northern and the mln of the scheme ifaa completed by the conditions arising out of the The Canadian Northern Railway found the mark etc of the world closed to If not even dispose of trie securities hearing the guarantee was prooaojy laiauj farm in Port lie was Just turn ing in at his driving a when his horses took fright at a pass ing motor car Bateman was thrown in tha front of the knives f tho His skull was fractur his face and side ere cut and his knees knocked Fonl play ia suspected by the police f southern California cities in con ection with the disappearance of iiss Fay IS years of forra rly of Her mother and the police officers bellevo that sho ias fallen a victim to a powerful in ernatiojial white Islave hers of which are known to bo operat ng in Los Angeles for the past six trie secures ear lvw ot the Canadias Afl the Had these cars been re mw tta vrnv Untt In vfthTn flVA Tui could not pay lia way andIn uddition renulred large amount for rolling stock end better Its position became U could turn only to the Dominion government for There follow ed the annual pilgrimages to and the succession of annual hand each one reputed to be the untilthe patience parliament and people When Sir William Mackenzie and bli lobby turned up at Ottawa at the rirtseot with a request for an additional not stated but believed lo be In the neighbor hood was evident Ibit the end was The govern tttni had to between maiin which meanVtbat year sifter ysir It would have to advanco enough within five they would made nearly andwbvU hatehandled about tons 61 frelgntrrho railways do not Waal their cars earning uciuurrago but want them car This cooperative movement be twebn railways with a view fo elfmln r shortage will be actively carried Other bulletins will fol WILL CHECK Tho primsry duly of a Food Con troller n Canada and the Unltoi Hanna In a recant interview is to see that th mon at the front do not suffer frot want ot and that our Mothe WOUIU nave lo auvanuu eiiuugu to carry the road through Itai Country our European Allle or Uilrg he road over and should not softer from want of food of llavo you power lo checX prices H ant of food s ownership in the Cintdn Tho third alteraatlva ot Hanna was tie road pass Intothe hands of 1 not be Are you going to exercls It khe balk of tho rosds securities In the have f the CTarant of thoDomlnloH necessary dats we will not hesila We have money to loan on farm land at reasonable Valuations are made from Lethbridge and have the rec ord for prompt payment after taking of usually less than two Do business with an old es tablished and reliable Johnston Suite Alberta Block V HeraW The continued dry nd windy weather ia putting life int 10 smouldering bush fires an everal of these have broken 01 tough no serious damage has be Friday night a lire atarte i the old burnings near the Fernie Dumber companys mill and Hanger lart had a number of men working hat night lo keep It iruoi spreading l ho lumber yard and buildings about he This they succeeded in do yesterday afternoon ire sprang up on the owoslte side of tho railway from Itie saw mill about a mile and a half above town and has been burning ever bu withoutdoing any being in jurnt over wood ark posts been The dense volumes of smoke rolling skyward from these fires aro to b seen for B long and In th present slate the pnbc mind cause and while there is no immediate danger through the lurk Ing the people are kept In a state of anxiety which will continue until a heavy rain extinguish Manager of the Elk Lumber who has been hero slnco last looking over the situation brought about by tho fateful fire of a week ago has relumed to where It will be determined as to whether tho mill hefe will be kept lr bs smt don pending repairing of railways nnd rbll necessary w w cliecfc declared ing stock damaged by tho GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT BUREAU of the Department at opened an office In the Board of Trsde for distribution of labor in Southern Farmers requiring help and men in search of work can get together fay seeing write or BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING Comfortable Car We uie a 7pauenger Hudson In care of an experienced and care ful The Hudson Auto Livery Phones Day 668 Owner AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1MO Night Phpne 787 DRAYING Phones 1M5 or Turner Witchell Office at St DRAYIMG Of All Kinds Mftee Office Stables Limited nFreJaht PHONES Pull Your Haul Your Grain of Hay WITH A Unreserved Auction Sale OF CATTLE atMagrathon 11 COMMENCING AT ABOUT 250 HEAD AS FOLLOWS About 35 head of 1year old heifers ani About 115 hfid of heifers from 2 to 4 years About 50 head of 2year old About 60 of cows In These cattle are all of good Durham stock and In good condi Any ono wanting good stock should mako a special effort to attend this monster sale at Magrath on August TERMS CASH OF FARM SALE ANO LIVE OTOCX AUCTIONEER STAUDEMAK ATRACTOR Four Horses for the Price of One 200 ONHAND AT CALGARY NOW and a Ford IN OOOD CONDITION MAKES A GUARANTEED FARM TRACTOR WHICH WILL TAKETHE PLACE OF FOUR 24 HOURS PER WILL NOT HARM YOUR IF YOUR AOENT DOES NOT HANDLE OR PHONE StaudeMakatractor Sales Limited J04 ELEVENTH OR John Alberta ;