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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR tHE LETHBRIDGE DATLt AUGUST JUtbbtfoge Blberta Subscription Rates per telvered per year by mail per by per by per year to TELEPHONES Buness 15 Editorial Office Buchanan President and Managing Director John Tprranca Dusiaeaa Mauagef Gatea ot expiry o sunsorlpUoas ap pear daily oa address Arcept of papers alter eiplralion date is much will have to be left to tegrlty ot But it the pro per kind of campaign of education is carried on it will not bo long until people will consider themselves obli gated to abstain from consumption o bacon end bread to the great est possible In this way every j one o us will be able to do something I more to help win the PASSING let that tho dead can not rest lu CS save alongside the bones of Large Fums of gold cola buried with the owners are be dug up also and will be sent back o Ihe an foil ovetho par authority to continue sub Your King and Country Need You Right Now THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The rapidly clearing weather on the Belgian front has brought a resump tion ot the offensive of he allies esen before It might have been Scarcely before the ground was dry from the recent heavy rains which bare mad a attacks almost the British and French have been out of their trenches and pushing forward to strengthen the positions gained In the first day of the battle of Flanders B week or two Advances of considerable import ance were effected by tho and by the French on their lalt Bank In in the operationson Fri day and On the French front near SL Quentid the French troops progress Bgainst the forces of tho crown On the Russian front the reorganiz ed Rassian armies operating with the Rumanians are pressing On the Rumanian Buko vlnian frontiers progress has been Tillages retaken and prisoners This is a hopeful indication that the Teatons have once mors and that their drive on Odessa will have to FIRST BREAK FROM CONVENTION The first hint that the Liberal con Tentlon at Winnipeg did not result in a consolidation of the Liberals of the is given In the announcement that the South Winnipeg Liberal elation fa callings convention tocqn sider tho political This is taken to mean that they are not satis fled with ths outcome of the Liberal Itwould appear as If the west was about to produce a spectacle similar to that which prevailed in Ai Liberal convantlon was held there tome time ago when practically the same action TVSS taken as at Wlnnl Later a convention of conscrip tion Liberals was called for the pur e of consolidating the conEcVlptl on wing o the part The Winnipeg convention was not at all satisfactory In that it leftltself open to the charge of playing a double The war resolution Is capable ct a double meaning Sir Wilfrid Laur ier was not endorsed as Laurier tut thscosenUon expressed the hope that the platform adopted coald be carried out under him There cut about what it really did What conscription of tbJ wel should do Is to put themselves clearly on Unless they do they INTERPRETATION OF THE CONVENTION Interpretation of the attitude o the Liberal convention at Winnipeg on canscrlptioa and Laurier Is not based on It Is true that tbo presence of Robert Rogers in he govern the tour through the west of Sir Clifford the best hated Lib eral in the country denouncing Laur ier and tho attacks upon the Liberal leader by Mirtia Clark do not as sist la turning the tMo to a united government under Sir Robert Rather those Incidents attracted sup port and sympathy for Sir Wilfrid Laurier while his war policy Is not generally endorsed by Is still strong in the affection ot Liber als ill over the Attacks up on him by Sir Clifford the con spirator against reciprocity in did not weaken Sir Rather they strengthened Union gov ernment failed to jet support because It advocated by Clifford Sifton of whom the rank and file ot Liberalise are The government led liy Sir Robert Borden who was too weak to get rid of a man of the Bob Rogers could not gain support from who wanted strong Yet the convention went on record In tavor ot a nonpartisan administration in the resolution con demning the partisan administration of the Borden As to the there is no question that the re solution passed by the convention meano All means to win an expression In this can only be Interpreted to mean even tual Many Liberals feel that a wholehearted effort at volun recruiting under proper di rection and fair would get the re but if it failed it Is clear the Winnipeg conven tion was prepared to take any oth er step meaning of course conscrip tion to gel the men and keep the forces ot the Canadians up to Now we come to the resolution re lating to Sir Wilfrid U was not an andorsaiioa of Sir Wilfrids war There was not a mention of a referendum winthewar resolu tion or in tlie resolution concerning Sir referendum was re ultimate conscription referendum was favored by the It is true that thecon vention expressed appreciation ot Sir Wilfrids statesmanship and lils ser vices to Canada and It also expressed the hope that he would and upjHirt the platform outlined at the Clubs and brokeboth One tree In Los Ansclcs county ts nsured for It Is an alligator near It oroducea a revenue of Buy s war is the latest slo In the United 1eople are mrvhising them and guaranteeing to eep anji tattcn them for two Orders were received at Fort from Washington for the con struction at once of remount station o care for about horses and mules purchased for the Foreign MiQtster Tereslcheko has allotted rubles for the fin ancial aid ot political refugees re turning to Fire was discovered In a coal pile n the basement of the Kouian Catholic cathedral at Prince It was started by spontaneous There is practically no Every farmer and hcmo gardner In California was urged to plant winder potatoes immediately in iarguly la be accUEsd of playing a douhl rarae The Herald toe greatest respect and admiration tor what Sir Wilfrid Lunrler has been and has done for But we do not agree with him on the conicrlptkm question and we neeao reason for lesrlng anyone to beltere fiat ire cnvenlion Khe should do so he miisl epudlate the referendum and accept conscription il voluntary recruiting not get the a thorough test under his lead There is no question about hat the Liberal convention U for conscription if TO untary recruiting under another test ft U against a referendnm coniequently opposed to Sir YHItrlda policy and jt is for a nonpartisan war administration led foy a strong man fiom all It is verj easy Jar critics fo argue thai the con vention should not have mentioned but a gathering of devoted followers of Sir Wilfrid on all other Isnot going to throw the old chieftain overboard without at least expressing appreciation ol his past services and a hope that he would Buppcrt the western That Is all the convention dtd aad it Is not creased acreages in a bulletin issarf jy the council of Tbe Municipal Council ot Rme lias Inrded to change the name o ino Street of the Quirinal to I the TwentyFourth of in Hit of he Italics ticu cf Phil Pierre Wilfrid Pilon and Arthur Daigneault were each senten ced at Winnipeg to two years in the cordance penitentiary with hard labor for de serting from a FrenchCanadian unit in military district BrydoneJack has ap pointed superintending engineer on public works In Western He j was formerly Professor of Engineerj ing at Manitoba but was j dismissed by the Norris I Owing to the Almost total extinction o grouseot alljklnds through a close season has been declared by the government of Columbia all through the country the Joseph a rancher living near when arrested for ailing proved to chesat isfaction of the court that he knew nothing of the draft or even that the country was at war with uer PeUwaws Camp will accommodate Chinamen to there on their way to where they will beused back ot the Major who came miles by canoe to enlist at Fort and won the Military Cross at has bean awarded the French Crotx do Fortyolght million puumis oE tith were taken from Manitoba wetcrs tho past wo of which were shipped to United States mar Flanging head first into a pool ol blazing gasoline in tho river at William a 1owvffut ycusg wed the lives of three children in a The pago in tho Chicago Public school speller whUa eulogizes Emper or William of will be torn out of the book when school opens in The Canada Gazette gives notice ot the Incorporation of the Ljall Shipbuilding with a capital stuck of one million and head office at The king has wired Lady McBride The queen and I are grieved at yout We tth knew Sir Richard Mc Brido and appreciated his high quali We assure you of our true sym pathy in your Tho remains ot five hundred Chi nese hurled Portland during tlie last twenty years are being exhum ed to be sent back to China lu ac ISpfcfrl to thf Ileraldl openlag ngs of tho Chautautiua here yester day brought out au attendance far la excess ol tho expectations of both management and TTha wea which had been during the and which threaten the Chinese religious to so cleared in the mlag aud mo smiled his bst upon ttc opening Needier to say tby TrcMe Clc club inade both atternoon anil evening and BustiQeU proved a mostenlightening lecturer Tho doctor consented to speak again today at tUo morning ser vices Ja Ibe Methodist his second discourse being as lull ot Blroug mental food us was bta afternoon Platt Jones held tho with his drolleries ID the and gavea forceful demonstration of how to ba really funny without being Tho success ot first day as sures success or the whole weoi and tomorrow night Hutnven aiacDonald and Sherman Wallace do FARM LOANS We have money to Scan on farm land at reasonable Valuations are made from and we have the rec OT for prompt payment after taking of usually lets than two Do business with an old es tablished and reliable Johnston Suite Alberta Block Open and Making Fine Portraits We hive returned from holiday and are ihowlng all tKe uptodate In good See Us When at the We will make a photo will bring out your MS fxnon ths tine points In your character and the little things that make you what you The Allisoi Studio BALMORAL AlassaE trade with fto United States in the fiscal year just closed set a new record with a total ol Shipments from Alaska to the United States were valued at including In and those from the states to Alaska at Appraisal of the estate of Alfred VandertiHi who was lost on the Lusl Slay filed In tho sur rogates Neve shows a total of The chief bene ficiary Is his Margaret who was to receive The department today placed the orders for pounds of canned a years for the Atlantic fleet and east coast navy yards Five tlrms with canneries In Houo lula received the That Steve aged 26 drowned the girl with whom he had run as as killed her Is the conclusion AUCTION SALE On 14th COMMENCING ATZ At Wilsons Auction Dominion Including congoteum rugs m yarjous sizes and tapestry sQuares several small mats and rugs plain anfl RtencHlcfl Japanese mats squares quantity of linoleum In goo4coaditiou 1 massive turned oak davenport 1 music cabinet in mahogany 1 Singer sewing machine quantilyot drawn work linea table squares and runners infants dresses and caslimere coats ladles corsets mens dress shirts quantity df small wares tancy china cups andsaucers 2 gramophones books hammocks baby ham i r A TERMS PHONE HELP FOOD CONTROLLER CONSERVE Controller Hanna has restriction of lieeit baeontndt white breVd consnmrv tbn It will be unlawful for hotels and restaurants to serve beef or bacon on Tuesdays and at only one meal on other In place of white bread brown bread will be served a certain number ol meals a II Is Inferred from the Ottawa dis patch that the orderlncoiinell has been passed and the law takes effect H will cause a great dealof Liconvenlence In hotels and cafea until menus deleting the articles of food In question have been prepar ed and until the public has been edu cated not to expect what It cannot There doesnt seem 16 be much rea dogfrt tbat beef and krar are products which Canada must conserve in order to have a greater iwplua for the nations Hi war against the Wo should all he willing to do our Tie neit the Food Controller should s extend the lu into Ihe private lecture closed by sing gin problem is and to bo criticized for doing it prom Our Own Correspondent The Orlbn church was formally opened and dedi cated bf Morrow of Medi cine services were held onb in the morning another in the Both were well the church being packed full at each The following evening a lecture given In the church by the subject being Iro land Irish Wit and The canreh was filled riridseveral were un able to get Before the lecture a short program was Mor then roseand for an hour and a iialf held his listeners spellbound In an entertaining and instructive talk on the problems at and followed by a few minutes talk on Irish wit and humor In which the crowd roared with laugh ter ajaln and All too soon bli interesting lecture came to an Nt admission was bula collec tion plats was Robertson Bald that he had hoped fo Open the church free ot This had been done with the exception of about two hundred and hoped o clear that Tho col lection amounted to the balance was Immediately raised ly clearing the debt and leaving the paid for to th reached by the police as result of weeks search lor the mlsslne giri In the district ot the led Water river to the northeast ol A made In Canada exhibition will e held In the arena at Montreal Oc tober 20 to The exhibition will be under the patronage ot a numher of edera ministers and provincial pre mlera hoards of and wH consist of a comprehensive nhowlng Canadian Members or the Minneapolis cham ber ot commerce voted to amend ttia rules of the association to make the Introduction of a new schedules of commission rales on grain instead of the present rate ot I cent a bushel for wheat and 2 cents and like advances for other grains i handled on a percentage Out of 415 returned soldiers who1 have already been eiaralnedfor voca tional retralnlng In Alberta only two per have failed to take some advantage of the opportunity thus pre sented to anrt oil but live per have made an excellent ase ot that according to 3 vocational officer for the The general convention ot the Knights of Columhus opened at Chi It has before it the important proposition of raising with which to build and maintain helpful institutions at each of the thirtytwo cantonments in tha United and welfare work among soldiers gen Captain Cfllvln and Thomas o the Un ited States Marine florps attached to ths Pelting legation nrd proceeding from Kalgan for In the prov ince of tihiM tcVfciciciTvilve mem bers of tho American board ot slons and mostly Women and who arfc besieged by American tracers are accompanied by Chinese Pull Your Haul Your Grain or Hay WITH A STAUDEMAK ATRACTOR Foiir Ilorses for the Price of One and a Ford IN GOOD MAKE8 A GUARANTEED FARM TRACTOR WHICH WILL TAKE THE PLACE OF FOUR HORSES 24 HOURS PER WILL NOT HARM YOUR IF YOUR AGENT NOT HANDLE WRITE OR PHONE StaudeMakaTractor Sales Co Limited 804 ELEVENTH OR John Alberta HAND AT CALOARY NOW BAILIFFS SALE In the Matter of Seizure Under Chattel Mortgage The Merchants Bank of and Mortgagor I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT TEN OCLOCK N THE KORNING ON 15th 1917 AT LETHBRIDGE SALE FE1ED BARN THIRD STREET LETHBRIDGE tfiE FOLLOwrNG 37 Head Horses of all ages This is first clats itock and must be ABSOLUTELY NO Horses may be inspected at the Lethbrldge Stock by arrangement with the undersigned TERMS CASH Dated at this filtli day ol Sherifli AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS To be Held on South East Quarter Two Miles North of Kipp Station On 14th AT 10 SHARP team matched years 3000 IbB 1 bay matched 6 years 2600 1 team brown matched 7years 2800 1 team bay matched 8 years old 3000 1 team bay matched 7 years 2E40 1 team bay matched 7 years 2SOI 1 team brown matched years 2700 1 team brown matched G years 2300 1 team ot 6 years 2700 matched 7 years 2800 1 team of geld years 2708 1 bay a 1600 1 bay mare rind 0 years 1600 3 grey mares and 9 years 1300 each 1 dark grey mare and 8 years 1400 1 brown 8 years 1400 brown ISiiO 1 team bay ayeara 1 team 2400 1 registered Clydesdnla 3 years about 1 registered Clydesdalo 2 years old 1 registered Clydesdale 1 year Imported Clydesdale 7 brown In 1800 1 black Percheron 3 years i grade 6 years 1400 Milch with calves at foot 3 Mjlcli broke to milk 5 dry cows 4 2 years old 5 2 years oH 5 1 year old C 1 year old 2 fresh sow and 7 young Berkshire 1 sow and B young i Berkshire 2 brood duo to farrow shortly 4 brood 4 months old 100 HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND and carpels 3 cook stoves 2 churns and washing machine and 1 gramo phone inil and other articles too numerous to Harris nearly 1 Mc n good order 1 Deering 6foot 1 Me Cormtcbhay rake 1 Vanbrunt pressed 1 McCormlck Seeder1 Massey Harris seeder 1 Vanbnmt seeder litassey new 1 8fcot Massey Ilatrla 1 John Deere 11Snch 1 Ideal 11inch i Imperial 12Inch 2 3dlsc plows i sulky 14Inch fanning 1 garden cultivator and seeder 1 land packer 3 doubJo discs Iron harrows 1 harrow cart 3 lumber with tanks complete wllh racks 1 1 top with pole 1 road cart 11 sets of double team harness 1 let ot ctouhla light Driving harness 1 set of single harness 1 cutter with shafts 1 Ihreahing 25 power 1 Daisy 32Inch 1 cook wllh truck 1 Ahorse gasoline engine 1 grinder 1 blacksmith Also chains end oilier farm This stock 6f horses been bred up from the very best In A good chnnca for the man work sums ot slid under over iW nmouiit eight on urnlnhlng ttnyrored joint notes with in terost at S per cent per annum on M credit amounts or i per off for Everything will ho as the proprietor hai scld his Lunch will be ;