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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOU1J THE LBTHBHUXiE DAILY HKKAU AUGUST 1917 Derate Hllwrta 5 A I LY AND W E E K LY Rates per weex delivered per year by per by by per year to TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial 224 Buchanan President and Managing Director rJohn Torranee Maaajc Dates of expiry ol jut script tonsa pear daily on address Accept tnce of papers after expiration is our authority to continue the sub elimination of the factional spirit wliidi is always so prevalent even inj best regulated It is true Jhat many 6i tbe tliiies Hetbscian suggests cannot oe unj Jertitwu until after the The war has absorbed our greatest effort nod but the war Upo as Herbsrasn topul ciepe on the door and allow ourselves lo lapse into a comatose state so far as our community life is Individu ally we ore a duty to tlie to the development of community We it tothe thousands of soldiers will some return to o In the work o niaHag our city a belter place to live To Herbsman our motto should be ihe fcjst jijace tocall The Presbyterian chunh is lug a new hymn Brandons municipalowned street railway operates ot an approximate annual loss of Tae fuel sltuilion la dui ing the coming winter will be much belter than it was The British War Office is calling or cooks apd house maids to proceed ti France at Your King and Country Need You RIoht Now THZ KOGRESS OF THE WAR t Is now stated to be the ob jective of the Teutonic drive against the Russians which has already car ried tnem beyond Uuliowina into elan This southern port on Black Sea would ie a valuable as set to tbe Geimans with the Hussian crops in their hands and the parJac to Some writers look lor the extension shortly of the Jight ing Into preparatory to i final drive But the indi cations now are that the backbone of the Russianarmyis once more and thai effective oppos ill on sooil be offered to the Teutonic ad This hope Is further encour aged by the statement that United States troops will be sent to the Rus sian front to strengthen the forces Operations on the western front have been limited to trench raids the past few allies being sue cessful in these ONE PREACHER WHO WIDEAWAKE It isnt every day that preachers Vhealthr Interest la tuematerla things come in a practical But Medicine can boast a minister who lakes more Tthan a passing in the ol thepeople ot the and he mindspeaking out In meeting and telling about The other day Morrow of that look to and tc the Hat New tie shtfv was speaking ot th crops Eoutli of Medicine Hatram minister not hi interested in crops just now Empire needs so he told of the practical value of summer The snmmerfallow hi TSAid were very good and value of good He told ot one farmerwhwn he had visited on who in a very bad ha i grown 15 bu hels oh sum 1915 he had 55 busheli in 1916 he had o2 Ihl year bis summertallow gii2 Tbus in the four years snm t bed fiushe 5 of wheat to fhe per I ReV Mr Morrow sawthe oeneS good and be doesnt 1 the cJot l prevent him from drawing It is a lesson which many men been trying to teach in the past Is there any good reason why should not add his Woke to those which are trying to rrnake me counlrv batter by the Inlro ductfpa of the be t farming methods Morrow thinks n agree with i FLAUNTING ROGeHS IN FACES OF ELECTORS Is It goiiigMoo far lo say that tbe action Of Bordeu In the case of Robert Kogers had a great deal to tbe action ol the Win nipeg Liberal conventkwi In AVinril There are 01 Liberals In IB Trvest who the convention get together In a body behind con cripllon as the ouly remaining chance T Cihada to do her part in the the actidnol the and flhe rank and file of the Conserva ve In the House ofConi ioris ID flaunting Rogers In the taces ejeptors ot acted as nirrltanl which was most untortun tbe then air afer Ciys distant ol the electors of the ton toward s is well Joined in the following edftorial in a recent Issue of lie Toronto Globe If Sir Robert Borden thinfcs bo has 1 rid the Gait finding by simply ceptins the McLeodTelUer report 5 a rjndicsttoa of Robert Prime Mfcirter does not cor acuy saxige the temper of the roun and fails to realize ihe issues at Were this a mailer affectins Robert Rogers only there VroUld he no disposition to pursue the question far It is not the discredited Minis er but the honor and indepen judiciary that are now That Robert loger should a position to launt report in the qulraged is due to he acUoiiof Sir Dorden in Tiding a Commissioa tor this purpose Commission that lacked the es sentials of a judicial and which cannot be accepted as a final couriuT The findings of be Gait ami IheMcLeodtelller sions mupt be reviewed by a higher PICKED UP sincelast An liumot result1 the laud In the Tort Arthur d lu a verdict of death by foul j v 1 there being evidence of a fratlurcdl large numttsr of have o ya subsantial ua Huttle is a candidate for the Calcary lu one week the ciliwns of Tho mas bought worth of Tho Peter the town crier and j oldest Inhabitant of Scotj died recently at the advanced ags of nlnelytbree The Dufce of Conuaughts Hospitai for Limbless Sailors and Soldiers nt was formally opened by Lord before leaving Que bec for new work hi Central was presented with H05 from con Great Britain has suggested tliat the examination of neutral ships bound from ports soulhof New York to Eu rope be transferred frpni Tlalifai to i of iuis ust Loon appointed administrator of the Scottish Womens llosuiisl 1ust in t Frauds peas ant poet ot was killcl ou he baltletrout lu Flanders July He was 2L years of suicided by No rca Vanalsllue was elected presl sou was learned for the rash De deut of the Eastern Ontario Firemens j ceased was 65 years of 1 i has The Baptist Mens Imou passed a been appointed teitiporary meclkal luo officer and school inedical uf ficcr for Sir Coooer of Gyys lies been elected vicechancellor of the University of to succeed Sir Alfred Peace The Nottingham female cigar work ers who went out on strike are asking for an Increase ot wages ot tweaty flye lo thirtyfive per Charles of tho Hani was fined for display ing for sale oats at aprice higher than fixed by the Food Ontario min of forests and at ou a tour of northern On anuounced that a community of returned goldfers would he settled oh agcs for btiug absent fronVfho resolution protesiiug the cra atloa of herfidlturjtitle wliblii Ihe The YicoVla which was slv illiam Jones for bero Drift in was sold by auction for After making several tests of the new Aihlono fanuers de scribe the Irish crop as the best in ten the sixyearold daughter and four jeaixiIiJ son of aud Mrs 11 f cf died by taking gopher The remains of Thomas a homesteader south of west of Moose were found a on the He had ueennilssfDe A nkhtshlrt by Qcorge the Fourth was for at a KeU Cross sale at Jaiuei suu of HOUR las iouton of ouil nephew of of has been dangerously Sir Alexander Kaye ISuUerworth lias presented to Ktoa Mus ical Library a compintft set of Uach8 worts In neinorT of his of has resigned charge to the way for the union of tlio Methodist and Presbyterian iougregationfi iu East ChiJliwack An farmer claims to have made a profit of over oil the progeuy ot one the pigs of which he kept until they wero flve months A cooked fwl cltpot was recently opened in by the Lady supply cheap food to the citizens and Is being largely pa A soldier In Franco had the top of his nose blown away by shrait Ihe doctor has graftiitl on a piece of the cartilage of one of his ribs aud Ukuu some flesh fromhis aide avd skill from his The result Is Prof Fred McMas let professor iai Baptist home on furlough for a year or anil is staying at Ihe son of 1erclval Ihe organlsl of was ceully promoted to the rank ot flying officer obsfirrer lit tho Royil Flylni Nine laborers in the plant ot the Inland Steel company at Indiana har bor were caught beneath a pot of ten slag and Iliree died from their in Three others were severely The coru prodilctlpnbill which pro iiuaes tobajr Ixed prices to farmers for a number of years sftfr the passed third Ib of i At a bWullful mausoleum la to be bulll jjrave of the late Ulshop Stbite secured in Illinois for the but lu transit ot was broken and is being Tn addressing Ihe grand jury at caso of John OBrien anil charged with the murder of Robert Chief Justice McKeown said that It would hari been possible io also Indictthe plumbers of who has here since before the beginning of the i Stetson Hats For of the judid and the good nanieof Canada this CLOSING OUT AT BENEFIT i THE CHAUTAUOUA The will sharp its purpose unless kenefH as well Its object la education a veil entertainment Lethbridge tan benefit considerably cfrom conveyed by jHerbsnian in hla address the While iriany of us may re some of as coming from a man who has hi time to itudy our local problerrjv jnerorlhelegs we must admit lhat iplaced his fingers uporjthe weak spota in our community with slarllins and that we should foo indeed not to accept his advice along genera in the spirit It was offerj ed and benefit s Mr Herbsman unuerlook to tell us Lethbriiige deficient anrt the could have done It with little more accuracy had he been a lifelong resl LetltnrlilKe he pfalsed asbnij frnf the most progressive cities he bad lover yet had dry bones and we rnlghl altiiosl Ray wtlh Ezcklel the Behold Iney were very and One or otherof these Commissions must be a of Conservctive mem bersat Ottawa Justice Salt wilh prostiiuting his office to the Jasest partisan If the Mc report Is tie Juslice Gait should e But the country refns a that Justice Gait of the crime ot allov venom and malice sway hjs Kot Robert RogerV but the citizens of Can may have recourse to legal tribunals demand the impeachment ol Gait f Ministi opinion his seventy follower In the House that his find Ings were Iunsupportable charges in the evidence moTe discreditable perf6rmance could be conceived Ihe action of these seventymeiabers of of the lie report aad flinging charg Ibesthe Erlme lipiself of the this It may be argue that as a Commissioner Justice Gait was not acting In a judi cial but Ibis should not shield him from censure if the McLeodTel Her ending IS Both reports carinot Sir nobert Borden is discovering lhat he whbEups with the davil a long Commission had no fresh evidence on which to base its that given by Hon Robert The principal witness es acknowledge its jurisdlc tlbif It was conceived in partisanship Is Sir Robert Borden so completely undg of Hober Rogers aa accept without demur condltlpnof thingswhich no Belffe spestlrigstiiesmanin Great Btltal wouiailare locondone Has Hoge ilia such ft hold In the publi life of Canada that even the Judicial ifl Ho Irtftger above susplciosi Is it fo jinch thfngs Is dourlng out he aed her Ireistlreja France LONDON Otrttiin to Kflllnj ft Clvlljant In Mens Pants ALE Of HighGrade Men BEST QRADE r SECULAR CLO8IN6 Hhey were rery greatest need A jeriiloSifizl lei t grim from published fri the tondon paber itatfes that refer rig to ttrlltah and French Indlgnatlo at the atlack on the fortress e to spare civilian she can remove them from Ih6 Im Mediate neighborhood ot slorin folk and Londo are such The iCfman under th pressure ol nlarvallo have become a hard race wit art Iton hngland has fell th and will experienc MENS SERGE PANTS REGULAR 00 CLOSING OUTAT Furnishings and Shoes WHERE THE FLAG OF BARGAINS WILL FLY GOING OUT OF BUSINE Yon find hiniflreds of bargiiins in this Thcohes listed Invrc only a U again tomo Cooperation Is Kftgland may deceif In our fls Ihe various of com and shatter places where Knglaml forgea her weauonn So It shall talnly nonft co operation between the nrious daises of business the Mens Suits BEST REGULAR CLOSING OUT AT SemiReady Suits A WIDE RASlGE OF STALES AND DURABLE REGULAR AND CLOSING OUT AT Shoes KShoes LARGE CLOSING OUT i T 55c a c L i T Straw Hats LARGE ASSORTMENTS MENS CLOSING OUT AT ORES SPECIAL WORKINGMENS LATHER OUt AT ALL FIXTUIIKS POK NO HIJSIiUVK MUST UK SAL11 STAllTS TOMOlUJOWr Clothing Store Dallas Hotel Block 65c LOOK FOR THE RED SIGN Mens Dress Shirts REGULAB OUT AT 65c t Mens Fine Quality I w 75c Neck Wear J TICS SOUORtttOLARA r Ke AND KX ;