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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST THE LETIlBmnOE DAILY HEIULR PAGE Special Ghautauqua Week Showing of Early Fall Merchandise of particular interest to Every Woman in this City and WE made every ellort to have this Chauduiciua showing as com plete as and can assure you of a satisfying variety of newest rail ami Dress ami at prices HO higher than you paid 1or similar mcrciianrtise one or two years Slake asi dlort to see tins display this Handsome Outer Garments in Skirts anil Dresses Velore In to Rich Plush many handsome Tweed serviceable and handsome styles to Smart Cheviot In brown and to Handsome New in worstcHs and plain and fancy to New Serge smartest fall various eot to Splendid special value at the old price navy and Special Values in fall Dress Ms 2nd Sis Diagonal 42 Granite 44 Diagonal 54 lovely cloth In brown and 52 Broadcloth 50 Special Black Duchesse 36 at and PHONE 1224 NEW CORSETS QOSSARD CORSETS to AND LA DIVA CORSETS to SPECIAL SILK AND LISLE IIOSE 50c Silk Lisle white and Per pair Silk Boot all Per I DC Heavy Silk all An Per pair Handsome Nevir WAISTS New to NewCrepe de Chine Waists to New Georgette Waists to A SPECIAL SHOWING OFSILK LIGHT AND DARK COLORS IN THE MORE GRADES TO WEARtWITH THE NEW CLARKES SPECIALS for Chautauqua Week ILovfely KiCH FURS Handsome matched sets of Natural Black and Blue Red Iceland Hudson SPECIAL VALUES IN BEAVER COATS AND HUDSON SEAL CASHMERE HOSIERY SamePrice as Last LADIES CASHMERE HOSE 50c to GIRLS1 AND CHILDRENS CASHMERE HOSE 35c to 75c ALL SUMMER GOODS Wash Sun quarter to a third less than CLARKES SPECIALS for Chautauqiia Week Connor has returned to the city after a mouths 0 Canning of Grassy Is a business visitor in the and Cameron are Kuests at the Columbia Hare has returned from a short business trip to Tinning Is the guest of 1th and Miss AdnUt and Col leU today for the and Daw eon are vis it lug their r Virtue left Friday after noon to Join Virtue at the auto and formerly oE have takeu up their resi dence In this and Glanvillc and family have lot for where they will spend their IHefnbothnm is in Sweet a business to the cUyatter spending pleasant week in Calgary and and Highfield and Miss VI Highfield have left the city to spend their holiday la Slocau 13 The Major Jack Hoss Chapter will meet for Red Cross sewing tomorrow evening at la the lied Cross and Peacock returned last night from where Pea cock ha3besn for some lime conval escing la the and and and Johnston arrived from Lcthbrlfleo Friday afternoon to join the to gary Childrens Week at the Bay Store Juvenile Merchandise all this Prices are very moder selection While attending the Chau tauqua drop in the Bay It will prove profit The remarkable growth of the Al berta Farmers Cooperative Elevator companyIs Interestingas rnflecllng the agricultural development of Al uerta during tho past tew This company started in 3913 with a mem bership of aCtcr three years of working Ha membership is now al most trebleiK During the first year of Its existence the company handled bushels of grain in 1916 it handled In 1913 it had elevators this tall it will have 144 elevators ready to receive thfa seasons In 1914 Its llve Btook uciiaTtnient was but very little business was dono in that In 11 handled 344 cars of consisting of 897 cattle and 991 sliecp last year lao number of ot Flock handled had Increased to consisting of 3j5i5 cattle and sheep this year points to a at least fifty per iu the number of cars of stock Much progresri has been made in supplies deparlnientwhich sup plied to farm ers at lowest Seven hundred and five cars of supplies were hand led UTlOlo and 398 In TUIs c ompany will arnalgamat o with the Amajganiated Grain Grow ers Iho r i this and the amal gamated he known a the United Grain Limltcc ui rort auu u c valor at port Arthurfor treatment i off grado LOOK TO look to tho resources of Can nhd to ths Indomitable encrgj of Canadians for an answerthatwil shatter Germanys threat of stnrvat says Food Con Iroller of Great Drilafn In lo Food Conlrolle of REMOVAL SALE OF MILLINERY DURING CHAUTAUQUA WEEK WE HOPE TO SEE LADIES VISITING THE WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW OUR DISPLAY HATS Sport Untrimmed it 4 All Trimmed Hats at Half Price The Lethbridge Millinery Assistant to Fuel Controller Mamed at Jo question by of ZA Pral Sir George Foster stated that coal and ran importation work ot ad been appointed assistant to the Dominion fuel controller at an annual alary He was specially ualified and had intimate knowledge f coal supplies and railroad transpor atlon and had been recommended by chairman of United Stales commission as beat man avail He was an American Sir Wilfrid Laurier pointed out that ho McLeodTeliter Commission evl Icnce of the Gall charges had not yet ieen brought down In the uough ho had Ihrice called for On motion to go Into Sir Wil rld Laurier brought up the question of privilege to which Fugs ey had risen a fortnight ago In con nection with tho statement made by Sir Robert Bordon during the discus sion regarding he oppotnlment of the McLeodTeliter Sir Hob ert had claimed as a precedent the at tltude taken by Sir Wilfrid Laurier regarding the report made by the diy commissioninsofar as ittefer had been retained Sir Wil rid declared thatpa that occasion the opposition hbd disregarded the evi dence altogether and based tfcefr at tack on the findings only as though it were a judgment of a court of which it really The report of the coromissioner wasfor review by parlament but the judgment was not binding and no value eicepting so far as it reflects tho truth and bore out tho who pressed for action in connection with the stated decisively he did not propose to discuss tho evi Britain In twelve months will have five months ac cording to the statement by Kennedy director general of food econ Great Britain His calculation included tho cereals at present on the rate of BUomarlne tho new tonnage to be available and tho result of tho campaign to eliminate food Canada and Me United States are looked lo for Iho five supplies necessary im FREMIEBS WIFE AT OVERSEAS GLUB AD fieU At the Oreneu Cluh tomeH who on her arrival presented with t VoanBH by LloTdteorje THE PIOUS PORK PACKER By July main object f the cpnscrlptipnists on sides E politics from on must bo to ep the Borden Governments nose v The JilUfary Service Act has oat considerable ot its charm for tho overnment now seems dls osed to view it In the light ol n rahkenslelu whtcii may destroy Its At all events they Igos ofbacking One of tha first signs was their iiadlness to dispense with the elabor te the biH and nut H the stogie and married men from wentyone lo UiirtyfEva with no ties nder one This amendment fas accepted with groat alacrity by he Arthur Meighen who is wili ng to sharethe almost Another sign of colfl feet was the finalizing clauses for newspapers vhlch might publish anything In vay of criticism of conscription or of he methods which the Government might pr might not employ to carry t ol a sturdy public opinion on both sides of the louse in favor of free speech Moighcn was obliged to substitute may for so that tho sup pression newspapers with ideas ot heir own isnow optional on tlio part of the Government instead ot mauda ory as before Whfch Is lo say that vo will contfnuc to have an d Canada If tho Government L v Impartial observers arc ol tlio opln on had belter choosera free press or some Canadian sTorthclIffe may arise who will knock their H sealing rtranKf at rtlri3 fate dale lhat Canada jhould adopTall obnoxious fea lures of preas censorship which were when she saw whero suppressing the truth landec What rnaltea it worse Is tha Canada has hot Hie same excuse n Englandbecause In there was real danger of conveying Infornia lion to the enemy through these pub He But an air tight pres censorshipIn Canada baa no axcust but a desire onftue part of a dccropli Government to stop tho other fellows A press censorship such as Mr Melghen outlines his famous clauses would not only shutoft criticism of conscription as conscrip tion but also all criticism of any phasoof Governments which rnjgbt cause prospective con scripli the Borden Gov wasr not worth fighting For here is the Horden Gov ernments alHance with that great and good man Sir Joseph Iho pork is probablyQS unpopular with Conaer ft H Is with Sir to a larger porhapa any other man ta Canada aym boHKis tha hlsh cost of Ills ftlltunco with the Borden Oovernmenl is 4o close Intlmato that thora Is no Jrtdglng Joseph and tho highcdst of living will bs a bump or the Hordfen GOTernmonta back whf conscription U Like tl most of us ilgh cost Is always with na mtl tho poorer we are tlio moro we eel IL J he returned England last lime Sir Joseph whose reverberate brough tho He said that Can idinn business men tilioud naham d to make His sen linents wero It Ireraeaibcr rightly he said that all should serve he state Cor tho states sake cut mtthe He it n a phrase to hell 1th He eft It to be Inferred that Sir Joseph Flavelle was working lor nothing but few bind words and a joth of which has since H now transpiresthat when Sir Joseph said lo hell with prof its ho nieant lo hell with the other follows Sir Josephs own profits wero o be aacred ns moat mans religion which is It la rarely talked OConnors latestreport on the hlgn cost of Hv ng ehowa that Sir ono bacon contract with the British Gov ernmont made four and ahalfmil lion Of course ho Bold that mormons quantUy of bacon at much lower prlco thnn he does lo purchasers by tho He n something over five cents a pound on It which jtvea youj some idea of how much more ho probably makes bacon intended Cor the home A glimpso at the lax returns for last j year sbows lhat the Packing Is another of Sir Josephs Into Dominion treasury as lla qimrter share of profits in seven per That Is lo saytho total prolils on which laaes As Sir Joseph Is a iust man and wouU not his business proIts in Canada it lhat tho bacon contract on which he made lour and a half million dollars waa carried out in some countries Canadian taxes aro not presumably in tho Unlled supposes If Is lltlls ran Bftctlons UKo this tno press Gag clauses of tho Military Service Act arc Intended to For cor lainly nothing coulO create a stronger feeling against Iho conscription Of flesh and blood than to think Joaoph was loft bohlnd lo mako a hifge i fortune out of tho soldiers wives and It rmisl bo admUted lhal MoSgh en parted with the part of his gag clauses with regretbecausa tho SollcitorOcueral believes In malting peoplo do things whether they like it or Tbat is type of lie beUores that there la A rul ing class and that tho rjilng ought to rule and those ryledshould lafee tholr SIr lavo much effect on the high cost of Iving as long As Sir Joseph Flavella Js at the other end ot the ery Hanna1 bears down Sir Joseph will bear up and the price of Dacon will layWhere it Provid help Food Han na out for the autumn months when the green stuff comes with a rush and prices tako a slump jnt after that things will be about as they were Tbo food and the Unltod will work in mu tual harmony and understand Hanna Canadian food con aart Mr Herbert JHoven1 known each for some Charles ot aged 14 son of a died as a result of bums A can of oil which the boy was using to light a fire in preparation lor per in a boarding car With hifi clothes In tha lad plunged into the lako nearhy and after ing from tbo water appMtvd lo not Russian Lecturer At Chautauqua Frknzlte to Dtllver Crtct Leeture OraUon Melghen lias alcXnunahi known as Arbitrary lived Ibe Middle Agea he would havo taken Rroal pleasure in being the njahag Ing director of tha Tbft annolntmcnt of in as a Food Controllerwiiosa chief Is to Issue us live on green stuff is not likely to ARTHUR rhla profouhilly inslytle and stint Icctdre Tho Match IWB Arthur the einlnent Hussljin tcholer antl affords Cliaulauqua one of Ihe mtnt lusplnllonally worth while events of Ilia A strong note of efpectancy struck between Mil his audience Ihe dutjint fw steps the Tha purity ft bh perfect Jin rich carrying rolce and nwgnetlc pres cnce lend an nnforfjuble charm hl3 The driHcS force of his delivery Is smoothly reslralnei by djnamk raerre equHx lateatk ;