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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR rRiitttuDGE DAILT HKRALD AUGUST Hlberta I PAILYANO WEEKLY Subscription Rttcs per deihoiel year by per Weekly by per year by per to cheaper farm a greater development of ruarfcclins i and a hualred other things Iho west J but which the cast does not a solid western j the demands o the west will a heard in parliament in a way that they will tic Tho prin ciples are Liberal prin ciples In the Tfcero TELEPHONES Business OfEco Editorial Offlco Buchanan John Torranco Director Manaer Dates ol eipiry o auuscrlptions ap pear dallyon address Accepl enca of papers alter expiration date IJ our authority to continas tho sub Your end Country Need Ycu Right Now PICKED PASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN im At a mcetins ol tho Civic raont league of Glace it was urg are a multitude of westerners now ed tbut tbe harbor bo allied with tba old Conservative srty who favor the st and whose support would go to a body jtanilins out for the proper develot mefit ol the The west has no reason to fear that such a tody would cot stand for the highest IdeaU of The record of the west iu this war precludes any such nlcht may under the WOTC JS At present women may bo ensued tenhour nlgUt THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR A battle Is raging on the Ypres where the British have opened a new offensive with consider able At every opportunity the offensive in Belgium is being pushed to Ihe utmost possible advan It is the hope ot the allies to capture German naval bases on the Belgian coast this or to so menace them that they will be useless for submarine bases nest Simultaneously with this drive the Canadians are pushing the offensive at and the French on the Ver dun The Canadians have en countered tho most terrlDc hanilto hand fighting ot the war at Lens where the Hermans are making the most determined At VeFdun the French have foam progress and a great dealo ground be en won man prisoners the drive on frbiULsspite o the claim Austria that they been repulsed andpriaoners A FOR PESSIMISM A tire for temporary pesslrn Ism over thecrops trip ot tl business men over met when they viewed country covered crop that w jield a 30bushel Nob ford and Monarch districts are amo the best in the and they are peopled with Industrious till er ofitne soil wholinow how to Many of a small are In a clas3 with Noble They study farming as a science and a and the result Is the really splendid crops the business men saw Scarcely n farmer In theso districts will hare anything short of a good average ROGERS ADMISSION SHOWS HIS Robert lingers is candid about anywayHe leaves no doubt of the fact that he resigned because the detestable Grits were being consider Premier Borders In his scheme for n union In his let ters to Sir Robert Borden ho refers to the Liberals as This language marks him for the calibre ofa man he He says Under normal la times It Is always inadvisable and ngermis to liove tUher truck or ado with your enemies when you them to be It is a mil ori times more dangerous at this lemn when the fate of our ountry is hanging in the There are thousands of ood who are just as us as Rogers would have us believe e yet they do not consider Con ervatives as are It la the eternal bickering ver party advantage that has brought Bnston recently bought of bnter for its consump tives Raw M ol Sauli Peter one ol lie Jew veter ans of tho Mexican Is dead In New York at tho age of arc being niade a convention of the Liberal women of British Columbia to lake In Victoria on October president ot iho Grand Rapids and Indiana died at his home Iu Grand Tho village ot held a public diuner to celebrate the Baal payment of debentures on the water works system Installed thirty years r has been apoiated principal ot the Ontario School for the Blind at Charles bead of the firm ot died Sjidealy at hU summer homo in Contracts for tons ol sugar Lave been placed by the govern ment tor army and navy requirements H a price to bo fixed by tlio food The automobile section of the war tax bill was adopted by tho sen ate virtually as written by the fin ance committee will 19 Portland women shoppers perform ed tbelr bit by buying early and carry ing homo their own packages In1 hearty cooperation in the onedellv system adopted by leading etail At where the state control cheme has been in ouirLtion for a the number of convictions for runkcnness in Juno was while ast June t Hear Admiral tho The city council passed ordinance designed to pre vent traitorous speech on Ihe or In public Tho law cBeclivo at onco and among other that all wishing to a public meeting must secure permission from tho A ujMjTt Is belss circulated In Ot tawa that Sydney Fisher is ne for tba ol the Mont real Daily The story is that since IS 11 is believ ed So have been cloiely associated with publicityend ol the Liberal desires to swing tho editorial policy 0 tbe Mall in favor of Sir Wil frid In the coming elections Elimination during the war o motion pictures and theatrical produc lions calling for the use ol food was recommended In a telegram to Her bert food udminlstrator by Thomas member ot the food commission of tho national as sociation ot the moving picture indus He estimated tho food wasted called to consider the matter soon at1 er tho letter BRITISH HOUSE TAKES Red Liberals ol Hed Deer1 have not yet received the Letter from announcing Ills decision not1o bo a candidate lu the nest Dominion Until the letter IB received no settoa w bs It expected that the letter will come in a few There seems to be Q growing dispo sition among tho Liberals that some effort should to induce Clark to reconsider the decision al ready They are convinced that ho Is one ot tho ablest men In public life Iu and that with him In tho field therft would be no real con test in the riding as tho Conservatives would not likely contest tho A meeting of Liberals will bo today took a recess until The tlmo has elapsed since the war state ment ol Premier Llojd Gvoigu Las been occupied iu clearing up several small measures of leglsla bout present Impasse in Cana liin has iven Sir Robert Bordea an oppor unity to state his He says 0n May I proposed to Sir Wilfrid Laurier that a coalition hquld beformed In which both poll ical parties should be equally repre outside tie prime minister Negotiations went on for about twi but eventually ho declined m proposal for the reason that he wa jpposed to compulsory military ser theadetermlned that I shoul ask those Liberals who supporte compulsory military service to unit in the formation ot a government r MOVEMENT TOWARDS SOLID WESTERN The independent action ot the South Winnipeg Liberals in repudiating the Winnipeg Liberal convention and the leadership of and declaring for compulsory a national gov which they would be fairly ana equally It and Is my purpose to Include in such a gov ernment special representation ol agri cultural and labor In seek ing I na iriy proposals before those Liberals who are in public life and WHO must thus be regarded as leaders or representatives of their with them have beensfaco hut have not yet been I regret that my the formation ot a gov ernment pased ujon a union of all AlAmpnU to carry on this to Ta successful conclusion have ndt hithertomet with the success which I think they 1 am ot considerable patience and and I bave not discontinued my If Lib erals in active public to whom nalurallv one must are not prepared lo play tie part which I think they should play In forming snch a it Kill be my duty prominent Liberals not In active public life to loin with me in consummating Ihe national purpose whIch t hate in Thus I see Robert Hcgera will never again un in a western Lib rals at Winnipeg Three is his choice if lie decides to lay in the The maple leaf as a badge ot rank s coming Into higher recognition in Canadian general staff of ficers of field rank will wear staff orage caps embroidered with the scple Instead of the oak David bachel or of and a prominent Mont real has been killed In action while fighting with the He 25 years ot age and a weVl known football player of McGill university and the Both houses of the Newfoundland legislature in extraordinary session passed a hill levying a tax on busi ness Later both houses pass cJ another act designed to preven the upper house from interfering will the passage of financial was the first German governor of Kalo the sevenyearold son ot Peter proprietor of a caudy sloro In Sault died from ptomaine poisoning brought about by eatingbologna and fruit in his rath ers r The Ontario government has bought the majority orchards at Well ington and rented fruit where fruit will be packed and boied for shipment to the boys at the Louis one of the besl known restaurant men in Xevr York proprietor ot the Cafe des died after a long agedU lie was a native ol Pau HambourgAmerika in Cock spur has just been sold at auction for tho pur chasers after spirited bidding being the Peninsular and Orienlal company The Canadian Red Cross have the London offices in this two children played i th Baur Floral when his hand canie In conlact will an cleclrlc light cora that had hecom worn off by An elghthourishift for jivomen c gaged in fa torlca In Ontario will be tho mumnight working lime allowed b manufacturers and permitting them employ women will stipulate th The weekly working time of women ernment parti Is Had theliberals In their big convention some ago followed the same course the political atmosphere vrould have been clear to day Western Canada Is for winning the war because the west has already done so much that any hint of back ing up Is received with And that la why Sir Wilfrid Layrier Is not acceptable as a is feared that his opposition to conscrlp tlon would result in a Blackening ol Canadas there are grounds for such a West ern Canada has had much to thank Sir Wilfrid for in the but this Isnt a matter I he woa st The declaration of ffie South Win nlpeg convention paves the way fo similar action and it wouli be well were such action to he taken The majority ol western Liberals wll agree with the Tt mean a break with Ihe old Liberal party but It means also the strengthening of the new Liberal parly that has been growing in the west Liberalism In the west has been growing past few be cause H stands fo That is why four Libera governmsnts are In power in the fou Western Liberal are close to the They hav developed the principle for which the In this progress they drawn away from the eastern wing of party which ha a more conservative The present crisis has served o widen the In evitable of in the South Winnipeg convention of r solid western There are many whohopo that such a group will come out of the present crisis as jf much for what 8ucht a group could do for western development in the future as fqf what It can accomplish la helping Canada form a winthe war gorernmeat The west has far rear wanted wider markets my duty before I cannot agree that this Is a time when the fortunes ot the country should be entrusted to the determination of one political I pa that t this when the destiny pj ur Dominion and the angs vin the I not every lersistently try to bring about a I all nJCHpf goodwill In both politic al piriles who ore animated by the patriotic desire and determination of hrdwing Canadas full force into the winning ol this Sir Robert Borden Is admittedly weak as a but no Canadian con deny that the sentiment expressed In the above paragraph Is much to be desired over Rogers silly talk about his the A Canadian war a light brown the Provincial government after Be bread of every day is eaten by trail All licenses issued tho hotel staff of the Chateau Fron tenac at idea of paring it originated i1 in the large amount of bread try as the man agement left over from V New gas regulations have beeli is sued in Berlin virtually put the ordinary consumer of gas on hall rations from now The new or1 ders are made necessary because ot the Inability of tht gas ob tain a supply of Similar meas ures aro pending thrbughoutthe em Prince second son ot the has been obliged to leave his ship owing to gastric sultation ot physicians has been hld a result ol which It was decided that the prince must submitto a course of This will pre vent him from undertaking any duty afloat for several The Ontario government has ap pointed o the department of to be principal ol the Kastem Ontario Agricultural school at He was formerly stock specialist for the Ontario de of agriculture and later In structor in live stock breeding at the Ontario Veterinary The new Winnipeg income im posed by the city council provides that the minimum Income to be taxed would be for a single man andj for a married The rate would run from one per on the first to six per on any sum of taxable Income more than There would a tax on cor porations of from two to six per In coaectlon with the competition r designs for a memorial plaque to presented to tho nex ot kin ot embers of Iis Majestys Naval and Hilary Forces who have fallen In the all competitors must be TJrltlsh orn and each model sub itted shoiiiil bo delivered In London ot later than The wInK Inscription has been decld d upon to form part ot the design died for freedom and COAL August Consum es said to be the argest retail coal dealers in the world qday announced a slash ol irora 1 6 on soft effective immed This is in lino with the prlco ixed by President Other ealeis will make similar it Is aid It was slated the reductions will cut Chicagos coal bill hy FARM LANDS Of theHudsons Bay Company and Calvary anil Edmonton Land FOR SALE The Macbetb Agency f so PER ACRE Per Acre Cash Will now buy our line CSO farm 614 miles south ot New without Balance in four equal annual Interest at 7 per SO acres fine breaking ISO acres fine for stubble crop 500 acres now under Present growing crop of 400 acres will probably bo worth over Call Rural 411 or Wrjte Felger Farming Traction Engine REPAIRS We well equipped to handle all kindsof repair work either or gai s Only high class work leavei and we wil quote you prlcei that are NIVEN 216 First Phone 1732 5OO Threshers Called Out last Week tfetil You Hear of Some tlnngr Safer and Better You sayings where they will earn gqqd interest If your savings arc deposited in the Treasury of the Province of you will ohtain 5 for every clay they are on deposit and you will not have to give notice of Here you have ABSOLUTE SECURITY combined with a high interest For further write or apply to DEPUTY TO THE ALBERT A SADDLERY to get their prices on thrwhert endless Read and act 100 ft T by 4 ply eiHljess rubber belt 120 by 5 ply endless rubber belt 150 8 by5 plyendless rubber belt IGOlt 9 by 5 ply endless rubber belt PRICES ON CANVAS ALSO LACE LEATHER AND CANVAS HARNESS Saddlery Ltd MANUFACTURERSAND GENERAL LEATHER WORKERS Leather Sporting Shoe 306 FIFTM STREET Ji ALBERTA of Ihe fiercest description has again heen going on around In wlicli the have forced their way nearer to the heart of tho flays Perry the Dall News cor respondent In a dispatch forwarded last He adds The Germans have already told Ihe world that hr former attacks we used all bur Canadian divisions which had been They will perhaps now explain ftow It Is though they bring up liew divisions themselves flnd throw them recklessly Into they still rind the Can adians readyto break them into 1U 1S ON STREET CAR persons were killed and 40 injured to day when a crowded street car en R suburban line ran wild on a sleep fool ol which It was The accident was due to tullare o the The Include sol ill era and Not one person oti the car escaped Last 25 FREE PANTS To each customer Suit or Overcoat we will make an Extra Pair of Pants Madeto MADE TO ONE FREE PAIR ONLY TO EACH CUSTOMER SAME GOODS AS OR OTHER CHOICE IF DE8IRED This Is our Annual Advertising Sale and will not be repeatsd thle Those of our who have taken advantage of this offer lit the past appreciate Its OFFER CLOSES SATUBPATT EVENING NEXT Scotland Woollen Mills Pull Your Haul Your Grain or Hay WITH A 309 FIFTH STREET SOUTH ALBERTA STAUDEMAK A Four Horses for the Price of One and a Ford IN GOOD CONDITION MAKE3 A GUARANTEED FARM TRACTOR WHICH WILL TAKE THE PLACE OF FOUR HORSES 24 HOURS PER WILL NOT HARM yOUR IF YOUR AGENT DOES NOT HANDLE WRfTK OR PHONE StaudeMakaTractor Sales Limited 104 ELEVENTH OR John Alberta 200 ON HAND AT CALGARY NOW ;