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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBR1DGE DATLT AUGUST IVrf Hlbcrta PAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates per VMS delivered per jesr by per by per year by v TELEPHONES Business Editorial Office Buchanan President and Managmg John Torrance T Dates of csplry ot sunsc riptlons ap Accept year daily 6n address lirte Accept ance of parers after esplrMm fc car authority to continue the suti Your King and Counlry Need You Right Nowl THE PROGRESS OF THE The intense artillery bombardment which the allies lute been carrying nut on the trout for feme days has had its sequel in the new driva launched by the British and This drive has been most successful so far as first objectives are concern The who have won repeated glory on this added another laurel when they captured Hill the dominating position ot Lens and thus ensured their nilImate capture of the city for this to long striven is counted as the key to liens and all real obstructions Jo the capture the place have been removed with its falL In capture of the position the Canadians upheld all their glorious traditions ot the and are being counted upon to hold the vital spo with their famed against the faritras German assaults which ari bound to Acting in conjunction withthi Canadians the old country troop swept forward to the east o the city also capturing important position whfch will air in the ultimate fall o the The French also repulsed strong German1 attacks o the Belgian The popes tojic of much discussion in Engian oeoauso ftese Lib eral members supported Their position is as clear as day light Xo Winnipeg convention could have changed their which vus taken before the conven Taey are 02 record in great tribunal cJ the tho Parliament of They honestljdiffered with their and ihy spoke and voted in favor ot selective conscrip They ld not so act without dc aud having ikon the jiiey will not turn Wo know Huchauins H settled definitely and finallyAny to lepeal conscription or anj attempt to adopt a moderate policy will have its Conseilp lion or soon will on our sta lute Any attempt to remove II any attempt to avoid enforcing wil have his open hostility acd opposition He will only support a governmen thatintends keepiug Cauada in thf war by the democratic methods ot se lective Those us who know Buchan and are acquainted with his views on this great realize that he will stand straight and not yield to PICKED John Soehrlng was accidentally drowned nt Murdock McPhce died at his ranch near Crossfitid of Ttie de ceased came out to Calgary In Major Stearns and boihreturned cffivcrs of the 202nd are to be struck oil tie Hats of the overseas The pastor of the First Christian church ot Sioux was appointed warden cf the Iowa penitentiary at Fort The government has purchased the HViS woo ot Kgs Ptito votun WoolstocS and ether towns are laislng forces ol city men to help with the N Tarry was killed Clarence Sutherland badly Sujurod when an au tomobile turned sis uul3 north of North Pte E a returned soldier patient at the Tuxed Park Soldiers killed himself by cutllns Ms of and ouo of tho oldest died of mights He was S2 years of David Thomas has teen ap pointed acting principal of Alberta South succeeding who has gone to Wesley In his icld to While working with a pot of boiling to be tar at his home In Toronto Robert tbovish old par insistent a friends may desert him and his op onents may criticize him and Insinu that he Is The aurse is clear to and having aken tie straight road he will stay on to the There is no reason to worry about IB One abnormal yield has Ireafly been reported in the Leth rldge and there are sure to e which leads to the condit ion that the average yield will be iBch higher than The in Letlibrldgo ful filled all both as to quality of entertainment and as to it belns the largest Chau yet held in the I will be wise before next years Chau comes round for the local con mittee to provide some place wher the acoustic properties are much mor satisfactory than In the big auditor Much enjoyment of some of th programs was lost through in aolllty to uld all thefinger Salem Illand was nom natcd by a gathering of electors ol entre Winnipeg for the federal His proposed platform in ludes the support ot a has been lonilirated as Liberal candidate for errebonne for house of Provost has pronounced himself a strong supporter of Sir Wilfrid Five prisoners arrested during the ecent roundup of Industrial Workers if the World at tore a hole in the brick wall of the county ail and made their escape during the Nine other prisoners re lused to leave the returned officer of the after having serv ed for months la is now to be discharged from further overseas Coffins of waterproof cardboard are now being made in ac cording to the Tagliche llundschau of The lids are glued on instead ot being nailed Sinn Feiners have won another par liamentary This time they captured the seat for made vacant by the death last July ot Patrick Sir Sam will leave Oltawa in a few days for a trip across Can ada and will take up the question of conscription In conferences and meet Ings from ocean to oceans The John Methodist Episcopal minister ot was drowned in Beer Pond after ho had rescued two young mem bers of his who had been thrown into the water when their boat Govir aud the small daugh ter of David both o the villaco of were drowned In a creek which runs through the Govir The child while bathing went beyond depth and sank and Jovlr in an attempt to rescue her also lost her TKe municipal food bureau ol announces thnt newly married couples will bo cstttl ert to draw douolo the amount of food indicated on their food Thin privilege Is accorded ttwrn for n period of six von reputed head ot the German spy system in tho west ajid financial agent ot the kaiser in arrived at Salt Laka City In custody ot department ot justice and was Interned In war prison camp at Fort Doug relieving agent at Eawlf 011 the was tried on Charges and was found gutlly on Tho that ot being intoxicated while on brouKht a sentence of two months in goal and the of stealing the added an other George alleged German arrested It western was en route from Winnipeg to where ha will be tried on a charge of conspiracy to incite an uprising in He waived Mem ijtri of the Hoyal Northwest Mounted Police accompanied Tho British war oltlco Las decided o organize Jewish division or brl and the work will bo under aken by au It has been stimated that Ihere are Jews n the British Including About are on lor ign The Cape news papers brought Information that C president of Iho Trades anc Ijibor Congress of was jwltei with egss and driven from the singi htough Iho demonstrations ol several lundred returned soldiers and sailors rom British ships in whon ha attempted to addressa Traction Engine REPAIRS We equipped t handle all ol work on either gas Only high class work our and wo will quote you prices that are NIVEN 216 First Pheiw 1732 Letters From Our Soldiers Walter of Said To Be Luckiest Man in the British Paralysed Legs Lethbridge Boys Getting on You Men Who Admire Beauty and Exclu siyeness in Fall Woolens will be Pleased with the Ridpath Some tailors may have been un fortunate In securing foreign weaves this so at tho Rldpata1 If you want blue serge that will not make your selec tions here and Ridpath TAILOR For Men and Women 407 5fh PHONE Pull Your Haul Your Grain or Hay WITH A Reporls from Germany indicate movement to force theGerman cha celior to discuss Whatever the report may the allies could dp nothing more dangerous than to re they are accepted as being dishax Germany will not tinclly inspiredfrbm Teutonic submit until the list desperate hope of success has been abandoned The crjjnplete resources of the allied pow ers vrlll be required to that Can ada has done splendidly in the The record of Its divisions has won tho admiration of the But the the divisions must be main It cannot be maintained nn less the men at the front are support ed to the fullest possible extent by the men and womenat The cost ot the war increases every The savings ol Canada are nesded if that cost Isto Se Where are your dollars Have you Invested them in War Savings Certificates Are helping to win the war TERMS OF I 1 HAT ARE IMPOSSIBLE It needs only as the major ity of British papers point at the peace of Pope to realize how impossible they are of ac Carried out on the Is Elated to have suggested in hip the belliger peace would mean practically a return to the status quo although the pope does suggest the settlement ot the problems Poland and by an amicable arbitration of same But thesame domination of Prus sian autocracy would still for Prussianism has not by any means heencrushed to earth as What guarantee o the future peace of ca UCTS is there In the basis of peace sug gested from the Vatican What guar antee Is there that the same horrors of Prussian militarism would not be repeated even though a reduction of armaments is proposed As Lloyd Georgo emphatically the allies must fighl on until that guarantee Is until democracy and there is no such guarantee to be obtained under any such The luckiest man in the whole Brl army is the way the doctors of he army describe Walter son of John who las just been successfully cured of wounds which paralyzed his but the use ot which he will now have again as the result of marvellous treatment by the physicians in hos pital in Marsh received a leller from ais son recently in which he tells ot his and of having a talk with Queen Mary regarding his He also speaks of who went from Lethbridge with the Kil as being expected to return home shortly on Marshs letter in part is follows I was royalty yester The king and queen were at Brookwood from Aldershot where they have been for a The ma tron and sisters and nurses and wounded men were invited to meet came We had front They to the station in The South Africans had a guard ot honor for While the king was in specting the guard the qneen came over to where we were and we were presented to I had a few min utes talk with She asked me what part of Canada I came from and I told Then ahe asked me where I was wounded and I told her all TRADITIONS OF THE MOUNTED A very interesting trial la proceed ing in Edmonton at the present From Our Own Correspondent rain Wheat seeded early on well prepared a fair Other wheat some noyer came through the some headed but Immature or too short to eome will never Oats vary as much as and generally he a poor 5otafMs show no hut the tub ers are mere marbles at this But 1 thought is beard makes hln look The whole party went up the path to the staUdn The engine of the train wasDecorated flowers and There Jverx lovely scenery the ride down which is about four rctlea I getting can walk a few ryards but with an awful I go the Ot course I never than the recreation hntiand hive been to last My back is veryimiich stronger hut it aches a little allthe On the I am feeling hi thu Marsh here of his brO Lowe as being ex pected to return and goes onto say All the doctors think I nm very lucky Only yesterday the doc tor told me that I was the luckiest man in the army am singled out for every visitor as a very Interesting GETTING ON WELL who was wounded some time writes to his parents here as follows Just a few lines to let you know thnt I am getting on well and going about again and It certainly feels good after being in We have money to loan on farm land at reasonable are made from Lethbridge and we the for prompt payment after taking Tesi than two business with an old es tabjlthed andreliable Johnston Suite Alberta Block STAUDEMAK ATRACTOR Foiir Horses for the Price of One i and a Ford IN GOOD CONDITION MAKES A GUARANTEED FARM TRACTOR WHICH WILL TAKE THE PLACE OF FOUR HORSES 24 HOURSPER WILL NOT HARM YOUR IF YOUR AGENT DOES NOT HANDLE WRITE OR PHONE i V StaudeMakaTractor Sales Limited 304 ELEVENTH OR John Alberta 200 ON HAND AT CALGARY NOW EThls ia the trial of the two Eskimos i The finding of a bed of manganese Ivbo have been brought down from I dioxide a few miles northeast of here far Tilbln the Arctic Circle to face the charRe oE the murder of two Catho Uc priests who braved the wilds of the north to minister to the spiritual needs of the Inhabitants of that out oftheway L Tho threeyear search for these Eskimos and their ultimate appear ance In a court Justice la In way worthy of the glorious traditions of the Northwest Mounted Here is exempliflpd riot only the readi ness of the members ot famous force tn brave unknown to trace down crime and Us r hut also the unswerving determina tion of the force to carry the Iron hand of law and order even to the has given rise to various rumors ol The mineral occurs as water deposition In the soil and is theretore but the bed Is claimed to be A crew was at work uncovering the ore and men and teams were engaged haul it o but operations were said to have been halted by the govern It was the Intention to Ihe output east nut tho controlling company now plans to put In a con cenlralor and ship the concentrate to smelters If railroad facilities are H Is reported the C will commence work the first o next June and complete the line from Altawan and so lha shipment may b3 made Sample of liie ore shown at Govcnlock art In a Mack morphous Incline about my how ray legs were paraIyzed from the shrapnel In my spine and she asked me If T was get ting the use ol them back She asked me if I was sure I three or four Then the Dake of Connaught atkei mi what pro vince I came from and I told him Al a fine he Have I seen you before 1 I have seen you he yon have that advantage of He then asked me what battalion I was in at Sarcee I told when he left me he said Alberta Is a very nice very The queen looked I have ever seen anyone BO Sho every inch a Princess ary and the Duchess ot Sutherland ero with and tlie Duke ol Con aught and Duke ol The king ami lecials oked hut a trifle I outermost reaches ol the far north land of so that even tho un civilized tribes of the Arctic zone nav know that crime cannot go un potfshed to powder finely on the bu had and Eoroewhat porous REVIEW AMERICANS tci CONSCRIPTION LIBERALS FOURSQUARE No matter what Interpretation Is SUced on the war policy of the West tnt liberal nothing oc carred there to people to even twftct tbat the conscrlpttonlst Liber hail altered their Jhe conscription measure Is on the s v American Training Carap In iranc By th9 coriiingent of the American oipcc lonary force was reviewed today h Major General William th American This was the1 first time tho troop In France have pcen T review was a splendid military d play and Slbert Bald ho wan I rnnnsely proud ot the French officers pieaeot tvere very much im bed two I am Btlll a bit lame but I will be jnst as good ever In a short I dont think I will have to go back to i few months EXPERIENCES Recently received from home the usual tin boi and before getting Hme to bpun It he was called Into his work being in the CanadlanSlege He cached the returning after an active time he found his cache with a piece of Friltz1 shell stuck In the side of Of course he keeps the a Today ho relates his first experience a gas got hto mask on just in although slightly sick for two or three dayshe stuck to his worktwo comrades not ao for they did not eel masko4nulck ly so had to go up the whatever that Never before Iiave we offered such exceptional values to our rons will during Stampede and owing to the ever increas ing cost oi iiirnitnre materials it will be some time again belore it Syould be possible to again do Below are Just a Few of Them A FUMED DINING KOOM SET Conshtlng of one arrtl chair THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE and five small Regular Special Casli Price A GENUINE SOLID BED KQOM SUITE Iri a William ma Is made up of a col dressing table With bevelled triple Ing table chair and Special Cash Trice A GOLDEN OAK SUITE Having a large a sixfoot table and six solid tealed Regulsr Special Cash Price A COMFY THREE PIECE DRAWING ROOM SUITE Upholstered in the bestlmported In tan This suite has got those Marthall sanitaryspring loose are guar anteed to never go fiat or lowtheir Reg ular Special Cash Price SIR EDMUND H Anl OenL rWja CAPITAL PAID i SIR JOHN Supl of C Wll Wenem Bnirixt WE IIAVE SOME EXTRA GOOD VALUES IN ODD PIECES THAT ARE WELL WORTH INTENDING PURCHASERS IN AND We must do many but everything that will help to win the You can help by Interest Is allowed on Savings Deposits oi upwards at any branch ol f Lethbridge A BELGIUM GRAY DRESSING TABLE CHAIR to Regular Special HALL ont In fumed oak ant ono in Old English tl C Oft 3W A WALNUT DRESSING TABLE AND Regular SANITARY with backs and arms that will be sold at rsduc tlon of on their marked Values Regular for A visit to our store will convince you of our wonderful values All out of town orders carefully packed and freight Make Our Store Your Headquarters During Stampede We are right close to the Depot Bawden Lethbridges Greatest Home 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