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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUR THE LRTHBRIDCE AUGUST It Is an outrage and thai Is nfby we have UMa very necessary Hlbcrts 3 M LY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates per vreeK delivered per year by per J by per by per to i 1 were a perieci sraivltl In the first two years ot Ins in and we propose to deal very drastically with unfair Thats lie sentiment lie people ol Canada would like to fen uppermost in Ihe minds ot the men In control at That put into practical will do more than anything else to convince the people hit Canada li In the war to the last and the last TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office Ouihanan PresUrct and MEstging DIreclor John Toirance Eusiness MMiager Dates oJ eiplry o subscriptions daily on address Accept mace of papers alter espirfcllon data li cur authority lo continue the BUB Your King and Country Need You Right Now THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR 1 Nearly prifiiiifis have been taVen by the allies since April ac cording to an official announcement The majority ol have been tak en in tbe fighting by the British and French oil the SomniD and Belgian Tho British Iroops arc making Iresh gains on Ihe Belgian and their airmen are concentrating on air at tacks on the military and naval lions on the Belgian These at tacks are being carried out with great frequency and great damage Is being The French have made further ad rance at Their recent rlclor Ics here hare placed beyond all possi bility a future attack by the Germans on This road lo which figured so prominently in thedreims ot the GermanCrbwi PriscfVhM aiso teen effectually blocked for all The Canadians are clinging tenaci ously to thenew positions won at the slagheap on the outskirts ot the a dominating being the isles I to fall into their Here at Hill the German efforts ot recapture have been but equal IT A GRAND OPPORTUNITY FOR GREATER Britain and her allies are beating Ihe But they are leav Ing nothing to While they are dependent in a large way OL North America for their foodstuffs their production campaign in the oil Is bearing In a recent od dress Premier Lloyd George is report ed to have Food must be brought within h reach ot the Tho wors mclbod of enforcing economy is bj extravagant It means provok ing it In additior to that tho poorer the the more they will sufferHigh prices are Inevitable in Xolhing you will do prevent One reason Is wages have none up very consider ably and at do not say in the long first high wages mean filgh prices of commodities at The There teranother which should 11X6 to bear PA SSIN G Captain George son ot There is no truth in llio report hat Orillla women have been conducling a canvass to raise tgr a sold ers memorial The death occurred at South Maich ot George WllUaiu return ed legislator and aged 79 According to Die of polico in Germany Intend to prohibit smoking In the streets in view of ilecliuo of lotacco The School ot Signalling at Uarrle tield Camu Is to close thia according to a new no more signalling Is to be given in v Samuel for announced Ih has accepted the ot ot ninety day ll live nouilnatiou tor the commons tor treasury bills at a discount 01 Ho will resign as registrar to of killed In a l ncro is no irutu the manufacture of in Can U tobe according toau Ottawa Much excitement his teen caused by the leastas ot smue In the vicinity of near Ouelph by the Standard Oil company Charles Chinese laundryman ot and his wife young were drowned at Bprlngbank owing to an accident to his Morgan actms tor th Altred Smith employed by the Can ada Steamship walked All dogs In the cly of Niagara must be chained up or they will be shot and Ihelr owners through an open gangway of tho j Several cases of Tables have deyelop steamer as she was being j ed In the docked and Major The will of Om alb pastor ot Morrison Street professor ot French at the Koyal Military OITKS pasior ui jiuuuuii has as a result Methodist Niagara who I of hardships experienced on the died shows he left an esiate of He left toreligious As far as food is concerned nTcTrol of New over prices Fonr filths of the wheat York was tilled by two which LETS BUILDUP OUR SHEEP INDUSTRY Cheering ri the news ot the supply ot this counlry is brought from inds across the We have no coalrol over Ihe prices beyond Ihe We have taken steps at the pre sent moment so that next year We shall be producing sufficient sluff in ihls counlry so that weneed not de pend on Let us march breast Lord In the House ot Lords the other gave a detail ed account of the we ars taking to this counlry selfdependenl as far the food is I hopewe shall beable lo do fofthe that is what I have got todeal cannot live for twelve months oh nothinx in the hope that In the harvest ot ISIS you will hare plenty to eat we have to deal with the prices for the and those are depen dent largely upon prices over which we have in Amer North and I am very glad President taken measures tto deal ulth ibis problem and 1 am i perfectly certain that in the action Twhich he takes he will deal with it sense equity which has al characterized him througho t upon him and tore him so fdsht ully that died tllleen mlnules af he had been admittedto Lincoln George of the Dublin who in a dispatch from London la reported Is the eldest living too at thelate formerly president of the Roy al Bank of Tho Wefier Zellung says that ac cording to entries In theBerlin regls ters Ihe property ot the Russian em In whichIs valued at be tween ten and twelve million marks is the private property of the former r of Hope Gibsons Sons Limited In an interview ia says living cheaper in London than in Detroit All British food speculators have jeen put out rwnicn I in tnat ur f i nf wool made yesterday distinguished career He will rfn the this ot Besides establishing a Canadian re cord iheyiharejl onf anotherbmpetiMtof tie sheep Indus tryof SAtterrKilbeVla Raising mut ton I a jwtrlotlc duty In these times and at prevailing it is a remunerative one Now is tne lime when jra lorth every effort to establish the industry in the sonlh that its permanence may never be douhed We have made 5l5ial jams this vear Cooperalivp selling ot wool direct to the manufac turer has been Forest ranges have been thrown open on a fairly Izrge Highlr sheep have been imported to breed up the But more can Popu Interest should be aroused in the The suggestion has made to lie Herald that Just aa Ed monlon fair makes specialty of its hog so should the Lelhbrldge fair next year special lie lo a on Hang up generons prizes for sheep and woo Interest the farm boy in the small farm band tip special prizes for Hain should he Ther are other means of increasing inter Vst in the industry but these are few of the obvious Tbe golden filrlj mtn tne under live In Europe conditions for tbeir ga overseas and service in the renches in native alljsfV Calgarys aHaut who gained the highest lonor for bravery In the British em pire during recent battleon the veslern reported killed In Frederick of pastor of Disciples Church ot who was accused of seditious is to leave for the United Slates iviluin a weeks to escape the rising lido of anger caused by his Tbe Viceroy has issued an appeal n behalf of Ihe Red Our on the 12tli of which wil be holiday throughou The proceeds wil be allocated by Lord C helms ford between India and The nomination of Colonel Car U to be one of the 141 new brigad lergenerals selected by the Presiden has been held up by the Senate Mill tary Affairs pending iu vestigation of charges that he had uttered strong proGerman born It was officially anounced at Petro rad forithe first time that the new i ot cm The Britain fe growing so tie food question i rtsul that does not mean that weJn Spulhern slacken JSe are reaping bountlfol conditions considered And we iro reaping it That Is going to give our fann ers airopportunlty to prepare a large acreage this fall tor fet That should be their there is no rea son to fear that low prices for grain will shouldnot stop at produc f raising more cattle for years And more But Southern Alberta Is woe ully abort on its production of hogs and We should bal ance our and t our farmerrare wise they will use Commission eraunder the public in quiries act lo investigateand report on the Electrical Development Com pany of ofnclallv ID theOntSTio The mu commissioners are Chiefjustice Sir 1 is at a West Q town which publicity Russia as birthplace ol regory the monk ho wielded a remarkable influence ver he eremperors family up to the me of the priests assassination in etrograd last Father formerly T barred from Is new Windsor and efused possessionof his church as uccessor to whose funeral In Assump The parishioners claim he fit On the light runabout and on the massive DOMINION TIRES are a service that is a pleasurable 11 Wnemer you choose Dominion NOBBY or the less expensive Dominion CHAIN you get tires that have proved their worth the road the smootherriding testtke punctureproof test the more mileage fit And after its the road that proves V the economy oi any CanadiaftConsolidatcd ftubbcr Limited HEADOFFICE MONTREAL Baches Throughout Caruxdi William Slereditn SiithyhiBd The presence inany allied of irs has resnlled In the matlon of a military club for their Baron Henri has with gardens reacblntfto the hamps Mar alJoffre has acceptedthe honorary The oHcIa gazette for Ihe occupied rritory in Roumania un r the date decree ot e milltars which pro des for the liquidation vestments and rises iif the occupied territory in hlch subjects and elgtum are direclly In American Italtanhold gs are not nor they amed in the loot Is a sign of prosperity in any Make it one of the pcrmac jBlt signs in Southern the profits from this years crop to that Our duty lies fur ther than1In merelyraising alarge volume of We must raise a I tbe of which we are cap able for export lo our fighting forces When we have done that will hay TOmedoaer than we have yet to doin burdujT by Canada and tbe Empire government negotiations ar looking brlghler The planis sensib and should receive support from ever tLOVD QEORGE AND have had tOumuch profiteering jp That Is bna crimes that has been laid at thedoor of the presetit of the primes it Isj hoped to overcame by the formation of V There was a lime Vhen the pro fiteer held sway in But clamor of the as were bending theirbacks to Ihe burden of the brought about actionon the part of the and Ihe profiteer has had short shift As an evidence of what tho government Is the follow Ing from tho address of Premier Lloyd George on the occasion of his being presented the freedom of Is clear The second condition which 1 think country is entitled to ask from the government is that they wljl not permit ths burdens of Ihe be hey cali pro i have bsepn crilicized for using that word very sol on llio miiule It la i rather good It Is profileerfnga distinguished What i I mean by profiling IroIUlngfa fai recompense for services In prcxiuctlpn or iorlngU an extravagant gUert for Services that linfafr In In w German army is driven untie mnd says Lloyd And i thelrnavvIs T are aurely gelling lowon t oclnl snot acceptable to them becausehe aided wllh Bishop Failon of London in of several French speaking priests a few years ago and Is opposed to the teaching of French in Hjs suitcase and clothing were pitched out of the bylery when he returned from admass for Father and a placed for the night to see that he did not the recalcitrants saying the guard until Bishop Failon yielcVs or a priest to suit Note that bank clearings are arou IB million dollar markevery gn the new crop has colvel be to And 11 going uniformly goodthan people Our mer tire out if they lo keep up to the pfcces TOwii lit Prairie Ihe the harvesters who for exorbitant wages a When the men refused to r Xdecent wage J5Dbusiness lei bamlejl and every evcn ng motored out lo he arms ofthe whero they looked 450 acres of grain before They jialaby the the rtpney earned was paid over to tho We might follow suit in from the results al Nobleford the other newspaper men would probably be earn Ings week ending August OM There is a pleasant surprise in store tor An Efficient Executor Losses arcoften caused in an Estate Ihrpugji the or imkiiianagemeHt thf individual Executor or This avoided by appointing this Company It on the advice of oonded to carry out the of the and has experienced offictn in of all The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company Limited CALGARY AND LETHBRIJXIE Public Administrator and Off Aislonee for Dlitrlrtp of rViedlcine Red THE CANADIAN OFCOMMERGE PteiidtntR H JONES Assi JOHN gf CitonS Wtnirn Sfincha CAPITAL PAID TT RESERVE Give each of Your Children a Wai Savings LET them feel that they are Canadas partners that they have each a definite share in the stem struggle trie certain the free and glorigus Encourage them to save and buy Certificates themselves Youll be developing their their thriftand their business Canadian War Savings Certificates offer absolute security and excellent interest More important Will be guaranteeing their lor every dollar lent to Canada helps win the For each or lent the Government issues a payable in three for or This means that interest is added tioraBfa Certificates may be purchased at any Bank or Money Order Port For the sake of Canada and your and inveft in War Savings The Nations Service Board of 27 No one else can provide which you tail to C DEPOSIT IN A WAR SAVINGS ACCOUNT i Lethbridge Branch i OF CANADA Are Your Ch Learning to Mwifey Each maturipg son a daughter shpulcl have personal Savings Account In ol with opportunities to save training In how toexpend money Sufh M education In thrift and saving InyaluaN In later LETKBRIDGE 3RANOH CAROSTON BRANCH BARONS BRANCH ;