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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta fHE LETHBWDGE JJAILT HEftALP AUGUST beria AILY ANDWSEKLY deilTered year by by per year to TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office Buehiiun President and Managing Director John Torrance Business Mauat Dates ft eiplry ot ap pear dally oft address Accept anve of papers alter eiplrntiou dste is our Minority to tht Your Kins and Country Nwl You Right Nowl Johnson aiid L with the opiuion of theresolutloM as eipressed by lhat tho orlgUl al text ol the resoiulloii eipllclLIn idenllfylnK the parly dftqUely an unjulstakably with the policy ot THE NEW OFFER OF If It is as the correspondent ot the Winnipeg Teiegratn that a further more generous offer bt coalition has been made by Premier it Is hard to see the Ub erats Oan refuse to consider It U they as a to be considered more concerned about winning the war than of winning political We should have liked to hate something 1 more definite and more official to go on thau the Winnipeg Telegram re rorlot the but assamlng tiat Premier Bordcn has offered Sir Wli frid Laurler and the Liberals portunily to take part Ina coalition eunrrnnienl a further opportun ity to give voluntary recrullteg a chance before the introduction of the conscription tail h now read THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR PASSING Simon WUte of aa Essex is Eight hundred thousand American soldiers are now under anas to fight the John aged for the past 17 years fishery oBcer for Esst and West died et his horns at Whllmore fc Orr have located a highgrade coppersilterlead lead on their 6 group at Legate Sieen prominent young ol was found murdered in his store at midnight The affair so far Is a aide Ed Bird Morgan timers of p C ter a long fllwiij i Major HaiM i to fw Imperil aa population of about Louis Westmia has been offered by the tieads o Catholicism In the nrovlncu io luc military authorities tor the ac cbmmodailou of returned or Invalided Fred while bathing In water at was drown ed on the North Arm at Deep Myra SJocau one of the old died recently if lira oUcorered in the Roma theatre and over 000 ua Garrison Artil chief assislant to European Manager pC rne been killed ia Brandon loses vet anoluer ot her Bar small girl from drowning by 1 holdiug her shoulder until help ar purpose Is guard the fragments of rock spliuturs ctrlkliig from which tho eause of nine out of teu cases of blindness In Ihe Albert a native son of and brother of Major now attached to Sir Arthur Currles staff In has been district cuslneer o tho Eastern Mtunral Sur vey with headquarters at eyes from central medical var committee lhat metal no more medical men are available or Death Is to bo the penalty for forc ibly reslsllugthe This clearly indicated in a statement made public by Provost Marshal Gen eral Crowder In regard to tho draft disorders In Georgia and North News of Ihe death on 3 of Rose nurse of She Re fugees ramp In has been received by the Womens Zionist under whose Two OtlaiTB Conductor Haskln and Braieman were killed at Hudson 50 miles I T organization New under wnose oidllmers IE the person of Fred Bar Jli6s K lan had becn iiett vvlio pjisseu awc auer i a prolonged illness of a Ing In the Orient since Canadians effected another substan tial advance on Lens taxing further defences and approaching al most to the streets Of tho The Canadians toaid SiSUe and for royal then there should be no hesitation about The Herald his been committed to a coalition ot union government since the conscription Issue came to the We hfive contended that the time has como for Canada to drop it has been deemed neces ations of the Canadians srsro Irthe raids on outlying from with a con iiderabieiiumber of The British also feiade on the Belgian in thericlnlty of all outer defences of lie On the left line the French also made ad vances On IheAlsne the French re pulsed strong German The and French attacks In Bel ere indications thatsood wea ther oaco again Pevails arid that the drive will be Llsary for Canada to throw ihe weightof her resources into the ONE MEANING LIBERAL RESOLUTION fn thopinion o the the resolution ly Liberal convention at to lhe lAthoo of wlnnlni the war com Liberali of the WMt to If there ir any thing of double entendre n tSe ro the Herald refiiietto ic Itoowledge the other moan ft It olalnly from plat my if mi ImRlied In the original rtwlu twn c f Sir Wilfrid thtrtfii BO rea for llm to Jurn ieWri the for a Deaifnj with the war the Winnipej Free which wa njht on the and a conalttenl ajp porter of It The war resointion adopted b the Liberal convention yesterday contain iliese Thai in limes ol peril the en lire resources country moral and manpower ara Justly disposable by the State for the preservation of its national liberties Imperative duty rr i is the prosecution ot the S war by the maintenance In utJm paired at the front of flishling and the taking ofiall ijteps nMfcssary to secure the required relnfoicemenU for till1 pnrpo This meaaa conscription if neces can have no other candidate offering for election in Western Canada upon thli platform committed Irrevocably to the forcenKnt of tf this Is Secure m Xundent numbers to maintain the Canadian In 1 at front The declaration stronger thanj Mho corresponding statement made by Liberal membtrB of Parliament wko voted fcf the MilitaTT Serrice Bill This is wnat tie menbere said We all aecetaaiy Aecirre the reflufred nmnber of men to nil the in the Canadian ranks M wyttltag al to betrsyil of the llvlng the When the Liberal at Ot frit both men this could be done underparty government we have been unabla to seei There is too much attached to party government to allow for united effort on the part of every But remove the cause of and wlnthewar efforts become first considerationas they should The Liberal convention t Winnipeg approvedthe principle ot the forma tion of a national government alter a general If Sir Wilfrid Laur ier has been given what he hai asied a to try ont Voluntary re cruiting in why should there be any Vailing until after a genera election fofthe formation of a nation al or coalition gOTernmentt Why should it not be in the meantime If the coalition JOT erameol deems it the wisest courie to secure thesanction of the people by appealing the electors a general the aaselon ani dissension which accompanies an appeal to the people will be It true that the Bbrdea government been lamentably weak In somedepartments that it his allowed that it has protected Robert that it arrogated the control of the country nntil this has done hundred and one things I should not have but lhat rloesn prove that the holding of an election whicn ffoula put the into be a all Uese Is Vfil not forget party and pcwe or a time and think ot the ifteda o le boys at the front1 Fora an union put the in the il make wealth pay In accord nee to its and give Quebec hance to show lhat it would come u o the scratch under a further appsa or Bordens oiler has put it fairly up the following the Wi nipeg convention it comes with pa tlcular The Heraldhopes Ih the oulcpmc will be such as Liberals need not be ashamed from In a collision between two freight A tablet lo Jack of the 113th son of and Frank of killed In ac was untelled in the PrcKIathe The health of Keren Russias min of the is a iiiattcr o grave cescera to bl friends and according to members of an English delegation which has Just returned from Detroit patrons of Ihe Wlnsor race Irack contributed approximately to Windsor city treasury In fines paid or speeding in autos daring th a past UO former postmaster general of has lately been re moved to His health Is Hopes are Bipresseil he may return uncer ihe new With an increase ot from practically nothine to sixteen million dollars the in and around Vancouver within there has been a growth in the Samuel who iias been occapylng the position o assistant provincial live stock commis has been appointed district su pervisor of agricultural instruction for Duncan and tire dlstrlcls of North and South One of the most recent Improve ments in the helniDts for the soldiers at the front is the chain of which hundreds of thousands are now in use in This is a piece of steel chain iiiali ulilui lulls over the eyes like veil as far as the bridge of the and Is tied on Its In view of the great Increase In the price of the Italian govern ment has decided to manufacture a standard ot stout make and at a reasonable Three hundred thousand pairs will be turned out monthly in Italy and another pairs will be The flrst one third of the quota of men drafted for army service under the selection bill will be called to the colors September 1 and sent to the training camps between September 1 and September Information has been communicated to the governors ot all spates by Pro Vest Marshal General The names ot about 200 Canadian of ficers and of 500 noucomniisEioned of ficers and privates who have been brought to the notice of the secretary of state for war for valuable service in connectionwith the Dominion overseas were ina list Issued from the war All of the seven hundred persons comprising the list have beea serving in mostly army comiafcsBlons wllbout seriously endangering the supply of doclors for tho civil The commit tees announcement was made after a thorough cauvuss conducted by Members of tue coBmlttee eipress fl Ihe hope that Ihe solution ot tho will be found In a supply of doctors from the United say a ing lhat they believed tkat the most of medical mea there are willlue f to come to Worth makes but not bank in One lady la ot the field comforts The Earl pi secretary of j state for was informed by tho tYIlGU IHC J tawa maae this statement the Frfe Press commented upon It In theze The Liberal members of ment who support the Military Service Sill met yesterday at Ot r tawa anil gave out a statement of their fait i nnd Intention0 The v fa guarded but is suf 4 the root of the matter ii f i Tho Free Press now declare1 in like lhal the root of the Is In the lUcUrallon rmde lait Vlght by lhe 1 ihiral convention 1 lilnda lo This day that the Free1 does rot appreriale fully Mr ailon In moving hh amend and and movlui in lift Tnrrlff wrf of heroM ol the tonscriptloii T4elrate at Ottawa he will he reward or n t course by the Incren nnd regard of people Special to the HeraH Fermc Aug Toe advance fore of the Coautauijua circuit town and have their big tent up an other arrangements completed for th opening entertainment Saturday I Micationi point o a very engagenwcl The citizens wh haie tafa an IntcrKt in the matte are every effort to ninke the Insiltu tkm grand hoping thai they be ao as to make Fer tfe OM at tbeir permanent stations tnt n a visit every year V ttHmft Rrfpreaentailvt of District 18 U MW of has been appointed the miners cn board autfibrlMd by lie governmentto meet three llmeiia year inquire Into lhe of llrlilg rise or of which M to gorenf thi the mln tto by w at The 2 Priced COME RMHT ALONG MEN IF YOURE LOOKING FOK THE IN BEST BEST BEST CLOTHES Qiiitc a of Bests to be our Clothes will make t BROKEN LOT SALE iVUNBERWEAR UNDER i worth 80c Balbriggan two worth Social 45c DRESS Ml with or without lounge worth Special 80 C Stnnv HaUs Half Prke Yoir choice of any STRAW HAT m the Hoiise at Halt Mctiiy New Fall Lines on Display for Stampede Week Sec Olotlies in Fit and other suits villbe all moderately Suits that are and well Prices PAUL SHOES Iii the good The Slater and and other makes in mens dress are ready for your WHY PAY MOREWECAN STILL OFFeR YOU JHE BEST MAKE SHOES AT PRICES THAT ARE WITHIN THE REACH OF r Dress Shoes I Fall Underwear Watsons BILK all cotojiii openttomT M tk siflcl I ty orrow being upeoal Bectjon ail at fee dls Tom day in the dNWet but f frlcl olnclali have bf Secretary Carter day and thomrfs BWgs iraham ire of i election to lie soai atrr and yoLe Is of Get Uaaer One of onr New Fall HATS Stetson and MallOry Hats to Stetson Hats in large Rough cr rtb s iET THE HAPITGO TO THE M f wtrance doubl and 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