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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRTOGS ttATLt HERALD AUGUST Cb letbbriJMe Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rales per delivered per year bv pt7 jew by per year ty per jroar to f 200 Canadians thorojsuly underslaoa his trains of mind ihey bis likuly to accept the union pronosiL It Is likely tUst some stronger leader may arise to whom Premier Bordeu woulJ EVC Sir AJim Uck Is are other men of equal calibre sho would make better leaders than Put if union as cow seems the task of though It will be a hard will probably uot he so difficult as many people for the reason that attention lit fild to politics and more will go to the great wlimlug the TELEPHONES Business OSC9 Editorial Office Suctvanan President aaJ Managing Director Join Torrinca fteiuws Manager Dates of expiry ol auosciiptlonj ap pear daily on address label imce of papers alter expiration date u our authority to th8 sub Your Kin and Country Need You Right Now UP IN THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The announcement that in three days the allies on the western front have taken gives some idea of tho success that has been attained by tie allied forces in their recent Of this number nearly have been taken by the French on the Verdun where several square miles of territory have been The Canadians have also been credited with no Inconsider able number in their attacks about The Italians on the Isonjo front have also taken a total of mystery surrounds present conditions in There has been no atttlentic news from this quarter forEome and is apprehen Eion that conditions are far from tm POPES PEACE OFFER Thepeace note of Pope Benedict is finding very response ou the part ot the entente U will meet with a stellar reception to that ot President issued before he learned the exleal ut German But the Germanic allies seem ta favor the Popes propaganda even thousb they may disagree wllh ttie bis Is of peace suggested by It is quite easy to understand their point ot Even though they are losing peace at time would leave in a position where she would always boast to the world that she was the In point of ter ritory gained she is the winner at tbe resent Michaelis1 powerful ace would suit Germany very But peace is not for the lucli as Germany would like President Gompers of American Fed nation of Labor says there b only Gas at lirockvillo tm been advanc ed from to per JOOO cubic George Gould o appeared before the draft ex emption board and was rejected as being physically Miss Mamie once a fac tory girl earning a Is now Tbe Alberta Grand Lodge of the Soas ot England will meet at Meal cine Hal September To bo tho oldest resident pastor in the t da Is Auvacl Although miaslng since the memor able battle ol iune Baptist Union ot Western Caua s the distinction lieM by t of tho uutloi of tho ac cording to the factory Lewis und Kueill will be special fac tory It 13 announced tliRt Acting Major ot was kill la action August He bad tho distinction of being number one in the Canadian expeditionary force aufl was a color5ergeant in tho first Winnipeg Ftiaes Ho was wounded at In memory of fallen soldiers a cross 17 feet the work of Arlhur of estate estimated j Harry of tctwcci Is now said to bea German l Hrsl pastor Los ne basis lor permanent peace This is either the abdication ol Prance at once to cussga In It has bsen made illegal for shol uu anjuiunition to be sold in England to the except on pro duction of e The JCormal school at Calgary open ed with an enrollment of 300 stu 30 of whom arc taking the first teachers wort and 70 the sec ond Reeve has resigned as reeve of having been appointed provisionally superin tendent of the Good Roads system of Announcement made by the Do minion hospitals commission that there are iiearly veterans In hos pltals or convalescent The Salvation Army la India have subscribed towards tho cost of E motor ambulance for service among tbe Bri tish troops in John Garrett of Baltimore was nominatedhy President as minister to The Netherlands and Lus Oarrett succeeds Henry Van who resigned some time Donald an or dained Presbyterian minister in charge of a and the counlv of who went oversees in belligerent ser I vice In has been kill A cable has been received at Vic eU in toria by Wootton informing him that his Lieut has Nicol of has SHOULD MAKE LAW j AGAINST FLOODING j Complaints continue to fce 1 hr The Herald regarding the Bonding J of roadsin the Coaldale district by irrigation Those who com 1 plain appear to us to have everj right to enter the most strenuous i An instance is cited of one farmer about four miles south ot Cpal The irrigation waters from his ranch lave been flooding the roai for several Men are atwork in j tbe putting the on th I land and paying not tte slijhtcst ai f entfon the road has becom I almost Impassable mile east i of the provincial JaJ the road has been ruined by fbe overflow In these dayswhen the sitofflobile I i depended upon so large bj the people of the country as a means of transportation it eem hardlv fair that the farmers should have so little i consideration of tie A little 1 extrawork in banking tie places neEr the road would aveti all the 1 trouble No road isbetter than the in it it is fo evrybody to guard against these bad rjl appears zt if there is no means of taking legal action against the care less parties But it would be a wise step on the part of the automobile clubs to take up witlr the provincial government ol placing law on which would ne alserdom to the democracies ol the or else kaiserJom must be crushed by the democracies of the Until this is accomplished here can not and ought not to be a While another American summing upthe danger of a prema ture sirs If the Germans can do in Belgium what they have done and escape the then militarism is Lened upon the then we shall all have to take arms against the mor row when the Germans wftl and without having conquered yet the German will In condemned the world to adopt the German system and lire under Ger man been awarded tcs Military Cross for his meritorious services on the Three sisters of are leaders in classes this year in the government reports of Academy They are Mar Helen and Miriam Senator Weeks of Masiacuusetls will introduce a measure in tfie senate to fix an annual tax of on every dog in the it was an nounced at a meeting of tiie National Sheep ami Wool Commissioner of has appealed to the advisory council for industrial and scientific research for the establishment of a One thing that would help the meat less day be cheaper tbe golden hoof has proved this year that it is rightly Con sidering the price received by South era Albena wool growers tor their product it looks as if they had dis corned He golden If Premier Sifton goes to t will be no mistake to make C No man in Alberta belteror more sympa thetic understanding of thsneeds of the has the public been recommendedby Premier Breiv ster to act in an honorary capacity as the representative province o British Columbia of tho Dominion fue inspector Hell is being transfei red to Caiurvsa Normal school place who goes to Ca gary Arlhur of Calgary an of Edmonton have been appointed Inspectors untie ths provincial factory U is stood that the chief factory Inspector will be the superintendent of the pro vincial Factory Inspection is sculptor of ihe Klorenco al In Waterloo was dedicated recent by the nisho of Stepney at HaV A souvenir in the shape of a walk as stick was received last week by Benacit ot Bent by bis ue in It Is from tbo blade f a propeller of a German nd tho wood is mahogany and wal Elizabeth who was ivercome by tho shock of seeing lier Charles leave for Dea iiiimes with other members of Company Second Iowa V8S found to ba suffering a stroke of laralysls wben tbe hospital was and died tho next Arlhur ot tho ioucort who inherited a argo estate upon the death of his a Wisconsin aper has turned the entire Income from tho estate over to war relief for the duration of the cbn U was said authoritatively that Ihe income amounts tor more than a Snattuck parllc ularly dealres to elates and colleagues of the musical profession who been made des titute by When tUe relatives of Duncan Vancouver received notifica tion from the admiralty that ho officially reported little thoy knew that Ue was aX the time being entertained1 at tbe sultans palace at Malo Maldlvc liaviug lauded there by his In Its anxiety to make use of every RYaHab means of the agricultural department o the is sending Yamei Klnt a Culncse graduate of an American col homo to China to learu all that her countrymen and voinen can tell her about the cultivation and the ase ot the soy The eternal tragedy ot warhas been brought home more bitterly to SchuuianuHeluk than to any of the other great artists ot International re She baa two sons hi service oil opposite sides of tho great Tho Is in Germanys naval and the younger Is in the naval forces ot tie United PRICES OF COAL ot Anthracite wero fixed in ft state ment Issued today by President Wil son and Harry president of Williaws named coal FARM LANDS Of the Hudsons Bay Company and Oteary and Edmonton Lani FOB SALE The Macbeth Agency so PER ACRE Per Acre Cash Will nowImy our floe CSO miles south of New without Balance In four equal annual interest at 1 per acrea breakiug ISO acrea fine lor Etuublo crop 500 acres now under Present growing crop ol 400 acres will probably be worth over Call Rural 411 or wrIU Feiger Farming 208fl Traction Engine REPAIRS VWe are well equipped to all kinds of repair work on either ttearn or gas OnJy high work cur and we will quote you that are NIVEN ZliFirst 33 research laboratory in British Co The Very l former principal of Louis col lege and well In Koman Catho lic circles all over the has been apointed rlcarapostolic of the a newly ecclesiastical Oils an employee of the at was drown ed while in The daywas excessively hot and Lahgvad vent into Ihe dam lora1 He evi dently was seized with cramps while in the water alone an Incentive to the farmer giiiltyto be more Slot afford to have our highways spoil How muchpublicity should a news paper givean enterprise like the sale of the Dominion war load or the Liberty loan tor They are debating that question In the and the Republic sees it The question whether the govern ment should pay ths newspapers for advertising the next bond issue is comiog ini lor Some peortethlnk the papers ought not to who are charge for such but TSe can1 should carry it free as a patriotic Very few of these people have I any idea how much the publishers ed carelessness on the part ofj already when measured in Millions of tins for the boys at the front 3ie neededto pack their pork and their Dont do a single thing to stop that supply ol You dont need to buy biscuit in Our system of frequent prompt shipments to dealers of biscuit in paraffinelined caid board cartons brings you the freshest biscuits you have ever a tin being Try To Defend Canada s Coast at Patrols Qualified Officers and Meo wanted at once 5OO Threshers Called Out last Week TO THE ALBERTA SADDLERY to oet thtir prices on threshers endless Read find act 100 7 by 4 ply endless rubber belt 120 S by 5 ply emlless rubber belli 150 8 by 5 yiy emlless rubber belt 100 9 by 5 ply endless rubber belt SOMESNAP PRICES ON CANVAS ALSO LACE LEATHER AND CANVAS HARNESS Alberta Saddlejry Ltd MANUFACTURERS AND GENERALLEATHER WORKERS Leather Sporting Good Shoe Findings 306 FlfTH STREET S ALBERTA 1HPORM nllCTIOK SHU AT WADDItfGTONS ATOTION ROOMS Saturday 25th OUTLOOK FOR UNION OROWS The outlook for a union government before the general election is much according to the latest re ports from The removal of Rogers aod tlie opportunltr it for Sir Robert Borden to emphasize tto fact that he stands for union win thcwar government has cleared the and progress Is being The mention of PremierSlftoa as 0ne o the memhera of the reorgan lied gorernment Has increased the confidence of the west in tho Premier Siffon is acknowledged by men of all shades of politics as one tbe outstanding men of Canada lo He has the ability aniV the strength of character to back bis con victions and that is what Is needed In of Slfton vfould be a tower of strength to any union He Is the out standing political leader in western Canada and it is known that he stands ready to sink his party feelings for the purpope ol floinp his hit for Can There Is qulle a deal of talk these days that Premier Borden Is nol strong to lead union That Is hinted by newspapers oi his own that may Premlei Borden can claim the dlsllnc tlon of having publicly sunk his feel Ings In an honest endeavor to creat ft government that will have Ihe con fidence of all the wlnlhewar elemen of Ih4 and hb has even gnled thai he is ready to step ou Bhooitl a nan better fitted for leade conic His stand In th dollars and as a patriotic A still1 tualler number have yet pro duced any convincing reason why pub lishers should refrain from taking the governments money merely in order that it may more to spend other Itobert Bor Carvel nd MacLean were In conference oday with the purpose of review gttie contentions clauses of the mill ary rblera wnlch has been unde evieiv for three tiayg and on whlc radically no progress bas been made here has beta talk of the bilr being arried to a Olnt where It would b scessary or the government to In eke tha closure ruio In order to pas he Tho clause of the bl o which iaost serious objection Is lal n is that giving tha Canadian soldier who arenot residents of righ o Tola fn It is maintained that If Bivwi the vote they should elect epresentative at large to represen the hoy1 After the confer ncc was MacLeaa express ed the view that an agreement would ie points had not been cover ed he aald that it had been agreed that a soldier who is a Canadian will have he right to vote In tbe constituency In which he lived before leaving the packed in the striped carton Its a dvily to conserve the tin Yourdealerhas SomMor Biscui t or can get NorttWist Biscuit Afncieiat Cilgirt ui 21 AT PROMPT FRANK WADDINGTON Will Sell by Auction and WITKOUTRESERVE a quantity Very Superior Household Furniture And effeclslnilndlng Very fine mission oak library table mission oak rockerfmisslonoak sectional book 4section top and base superior davenport upholstered Ingreen full size bed Singer drop head sewing two carpet 9i9 eachkitchen cabinet bedroom chairs hsavybrass mounted beds1 with springs and mattresses Winnipeg couch davenport lounge in mission oak with loose leather cushions hanilsomo buffcti mission finish two oak cimlra oak hall mirror baby buggy cradle KOOTENAY RANGE in good condttfohandnumerous COODS ON VIEW FRIDAY EVENING TERMS CASH PHONES 776469 I Pull Your Haul Your Grain or Hay WITH A VAST coal been discovered according to German in some the vein 22 It is expected that cool fields will be exploited at ah early date and ihnt preliminary will begin in S Genius may be without ability ability may be without genius But genius plus ability always Same way with the finest cloth will have the poorest ap pearance unless there is genius in he planning and ability in the ex ecution of the Anyone can it takes hriiins tn dratt a proper May we use some of our genius and ability for you SPECIAL WORSTED OXFORD THE BEST OOOD9 MADE Ity RIDPATH TAILOR To Men and Women FIFTH STREET SOUTft vf PHONE 730 STAUDEMAK A Four Horses for the Price One and a Ford IN GOOD CONDITION MAKES AlGUARANTEED FARM TRACTOH WHICH WILL TAKE THE PLACE OF FOUR 1600 HOR3ES 24 HOURS PER VViLU NOT HARM YOUR IF YOUH AGENT DOES NOT HANDLE WRITE PHONE StaudeMakaTractor Sales Limited ELEVENTH OR John Alberta 1 v 200 ON HAND AT CAtOARY NOW ;