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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGE TWO THE LETHBIUDGE TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1917 letbbviboe "fcetalb Hlbectn f SALLY AND WEEKLY Subscription Ratw: Dally, Dally, delivered per year Dally, by malL per year..... by mall, per year .10 ..Ja.OO .J1.50 13 a good deal to bo said lot an income lax. It Is (orm or Iciullon, because It doc; not lake away from e man Html he really1 ni-faa. But '.I must to borjo In mlud Ibat it you bavc too BU la- come lax vou do Impair iho liquid! capital of Ihe community wnlrli Is i svjilab'.e for loan.' and (or bankingj and commerce." 1 K tlierc Is "a 5001! deal to be PICKED UP THE., MAN JVtekly, by man per year to TELEPHONES Business Office 1-' Editorial Office W. A. Buerianzn President and Managing Director Dales ot expiry or Bunscrlpttoiw ap- pear dally on address label. Accepl- fince'of papers alter explrttlou dale lj our aulhorlly lo continue Ihe eub- hc rase tor It Is urjro complete than re havo eupposc-d. Wo would lifce IL> know how Sir Thomas White arrives at the conclusion thai a upon argo Incomes, or a lax upon hoarded leslth. could possibly visit as much ajury upon, commerce as a heavy tai upon Industry? Nor cau ve see force n Ula sugBtsllon that an Income lax might affect-loam, when wo bc- 'oro us lie case ol Grot Britain which, wllh a tax lhat larie In- comes more lhau in uilr. b-a fully raised the mlgllliest loans In Ihe rlgb, _. boll 0, Hgijining Your King and Country Ncei You Right Nowl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The Russian revolutionary army haa resumed the offensive Tvhero It was abandoned months aeo when the revo- lution urote out, nnd on the Galiclin tronl has made a considerable advance vllb. the capture ol n large number ot prisoners. The aclual resumption ot offensive eliminates' any possibility now o[ the revolutionists completing a separate peace wllli Germany, and aligns them once miire actively with Ihe allies [or (bs overthrow of the central powers That this will now be more onicM? compllahed la a foregone conclusion Russia's BclMtles now will compe Germany to, irithdran- troops from the west lo defend the eaji, and this she or an Income tax" and noiblns more, whllbj. elected a bencher o be said against It than the arsu [or Grant's Inn. Is Ihe vcangcit beach- uents eujgested by the mlnUter. lieu Auorney-CcneraL Following a distress warreut signed by Mrs. C. Y. GrCGOry, billifts loot possession of the Clarendon hotel, Winnipeg. The rumor Is revived at Calgary amons military officials that a camv of men will he In full swing a1. Bar- coo very many moults. Louis, pix-rear-old son ol Charles lislory of wjrld finance. EInca coming lo OUawa. Sir Thorn-1 passed down the chunney. as White has been ths Urget (or at Tbere ve OTer 600 aciegaie, and great deal of dishonest attack al lhe and ol alleged favoritism Tor the omnlons of a certain class. The Journal nr.vs- papere would be Ihe lust to give car lo such suEtreStlons. but It anything could be calculated to siva color and j citizens by vol- Impelus lo such attacks. II would be uularj- subscription to the Tubcrcu- a tendency on- Ihe minister's pait to meet public opinion In this crisis wllh lalk such as lhat which he Indulged In in parliament tile other day. The country la not In a mood just al pre- sent for academic lectures on finance; what It demands is action, the kind _.__.......__ ___ _____ __ of action that does not halt beturc I Philadelphia. can 111 afford lo do, with the Brilteh economic, theories that do not always apply lo Ihu desperate needs ol war. Sor can people with proper icallza- lion of Tfhal la at slake in Europe be blamed If luey lose patience with argu- ments th'nt any war measure calcu- lated to strengthen our efforts In Ihls struggle might possible Injure "bank- Ing and commerce." Some ot us are admittedly weary, of all this perpetu- al tslh about the danger of somebody doing something that will hurl some- body else engaged in banking and commerce, aa If banking and com- merci life. Sir Hamar Greenwood (a native of Lleuts. Allan and Cordon Tults. of Medlciao Hst. have Iho >illliary Cross. Of the 700 members of the Alpine club ot Canada, ?1 members "nro In khaki. Claude Roberts, tho 11 year old (sou ot Uoberts. of Heglna, drowned In Lake while swimming. The uarrlago ot Mrs. Helen Kelly Gould Thouiap, former wife ot Frank J. Goutd, to Pi ince Vlora of Albania Is announced In Swllierland, Corporal James tiuu of Cotiaf. iowar wlio wrote "Kitchener's MOD" la believ- ed lo have been killed in an encounter with seven German airplanes. Hussla has adopted Ite dsyllghl sav- ing plau. The provisional government bas decided lo advance tho clocks one hour on July H lo save fuel. Co-opevation of Ihe Salvallon Army lu an organized eHort to end the TT slave traflic as an aftermath ot the Jlulh Cruger case, was pledged by Miss Evaugcllne Booth, commander of the organization. With duo ceremony anJ pomp Iho unveiling look place at the general hospital of Regiiia ol a tablet erected in memory of 'the late Captain J. A Cullum. one ot Regina's most popular medical men. It was announced al Ottawa Iha Col. George W. Fowler, M.P.. of SUE soi, representing Kings Albert la thi Dominion commons, has been appoint cd to Iho Canadian senate. Col. Fow ler. the-uew senator from New Bruns ia now in England on active se? vice. camp meeting of the Seventh Day Ad- venllEts in session at Laccube. More than will be the con- lous Soldisrs" Eanatarlum at Byron, Ont. Her husband (lying in her arms, Mrs. Frederick Alexander, of New York, a brld? of than one day, shot' herself at tee Bellevue-Slratford Drunken men on a Trenton, street car called a girl a chicken, nnd the company has been ordered to pay her for not protecilos a patron from InsulL The gates In thp new fed- eral dam near Forl" Suelllng were closed, termini; a nve-mlie which will make Minneapolis Ihe head of Mississippi river navigation. ell pressing upon Lens, Ihe vital spot of Northern France, and the French push- ing" back their opponents along the Alsne 'and nat-worthy ot recognition by the pub ]Ici and Iho Moose Jaw News wll leam as much before H gets very far on the Wdy lo journalistic fame. Ua endeavor In inls.casi is BO. obviously aod dls as to utterly discredit It. .A' few more exponents llko Ihi of Ihe ail of waving Ihe cid flag for party purposes will probably resul In Western Constrvallvcs sleerlng clear of Ibat form of political exercise 5n the future. Ol course, K that I the News' purpose, it has done mucl towards accomplishing it. OUR FARM LABOR SUPPLY PROBLEM. Are we going to leave the problem ct a supply of farm labor lo chance, or are we going lo organize lo supply this labor jusl as we src li supply r'eiotorcements for oar troops at the front. Wo usk this question in view of the agitation for what Premier Borden lerms "the COD> secralion of Iho whole power of the nalion.on the and because we are apprehensive thai n large crop in Western Canada will End us lotally Sergt- H. A. McCullousu, Calgary and High Ml.- _.. has been awnrdcj the D.C.X'. fur ex- ceptional bravery in the late Vlrny Flidge eugaBement. To prevent n shortage of doctors, plans for drafting war physicians se- lectively upon a basis of Federal class- ification by a special medical census were submitted io the U. 5. Council ot National Defence. Virtually all of Ihe bis puckers ot Ibc United States have approved plans, sanctioned by the government, lo pro- tect ewes and c-we lambs from slaugh- ter, for (he purpose'of increasing Ihe supply of wool. The Bank of Montreal has rejected BIG Tho eporla ovculs broushl out ocio good competition walched with keen Interest. The ball sumo betivoen outl rldse was u ratber olfalr. or Iho score on Lcllibriilgo's Blue _____ loo heavy to i-onllnuo the zame OM longer than Iho slilli luu- ngd. wlieQ Iho contcsl stood al 11 to Tabcr team got away to a good ;lart tallying two runs Jr. iho first jnd lour In. tbe second whUe Leth- irldge had only one In Ihe first. In he thlrJ, hoivevor Iho local boys ound Ihe ball lu great Btyle and elx uus lu this Innings >vas Iho result. Williams replaced Lewis In tho box r Tiber but ho was littlo better aud our more runs wero liiougui in he locals in Ihe [ourth anil fifth, while Tiber was unable lo scqre again. Their crack infield played .heir usual snappy game, but they itero working for poor men ID tho Tbo sideshows and refreshment Booths did not get A moment's rest. Over In the main hall dandug was In progress In the ciicrnoon nnd even- ing, which was patronized by a big crowd. Good Work by Band1, A word of prnlso must be said for Hie oily band, re-organized, which provided music for iiie day. Tueir playing was good, nnd was very lilgh- Worship, Major llardle. following Is a rcfjll ol the Ladles Nail Drlviug Miss Loguu, city; 2nd, Miss Plscoe, clly. Ladies ami Spoon Mtsa I'tsc'ie, clly, i'aJ, Mtas city. Boys' under 16. 75 yard C.eorga Vouug; 2nd, Stephen Yaso. lenak. Uoya' uuder 10. 75 yards J. Watson; Jud. M. Swcedtsh. Old -Man's Ktcc. 10 Mr. Harris; 2nd. Mr. Fuiruursl. High Gcorgo Young, ft. 1 In., eliver cup donated by II. II. Klton; 2ud. Percy Invln. 5 ft. 3 In. Halt Mile Foot D. O. David, silver cup, donated by A. J. Illackburnc; G. H. Pareons. Ladles' Miss Vaselenak; 2nd, Jllsa -V. PJscoo. 3-mlla Slotor Cycle G. donated by Itlce; 2nd; Warner. July Preparations for .he big July 4th demonstration arc, well ..under way and everylhing Is pointing to a record crowd, arrange ments lo take care of which aro in the hands ot a strong committee. Thcro ia a. shortage of gasoline In :owu, Lut Iho local garages are mat [Dg arrangements io lake care of the business by Laving a good Block brought In for Ihe hpltdaya: Mlscaolln, bronze cup, Shepherd, Dunlop and Lieut. Alexander Low, of the Scot tish Rifles, who was with the Northern Assurance company at Winnipeg at the outbreak of the war, is reported dead of wounds. Lieut, Low transfer- red to the Scottish nines from the Canadians with whom he served oil- ginaily. Dr. J. C. Biddle, surgeon-ln-chlef of unpreparei to'cope with tie work of j application of the city authorities of 1 Mnntreal for n Innn of one million Ihe. uirvesL The Ottawa Citizen is the 'opinion lhat oiganlzallon ol farm.Ja'cor forces should be part of Ihe.Brsal war rirogramme, and in snp- port of ita contention Organized national service Is ob- viously thg, direct way sent .emergency. The the alifea pre- likaly to need 500 million bushels ot wheat from abroad this year, and Mr. W. J. Dlact, Canadian commissioner of agriculture, estimates that tbe Uclted States and not bo blc lo supply .more million ushels. The possibility of getting from other cocnlrles, such j-.-iislralia, India and Argentina, ould seem lo he remote. Canada hag an abundance of fertile nd, and there are also possibly hun- reds of thousands of Canadian cltl- iris" engaged on less esEen- al, but more profitable, work. The A CALL FOR ACTION BY'THE FINANCE MINISTRY. That Boine form of taxation whlcl to weallh what coo.icrlptlcn fs to manhood, of tic country la necessary tl" conscription measure Is lo he Batlsfnctorily received, Herald hfi9 slated time acd again 'ilia Ottawa Journal-Press says It 1 of the ranting aboul conacrlpllo; 61 where confiscation of wcalt: lii wantid, but H confesses thai it I with what the gorftrn menl liBs.donc.ln tho way of masln vcHlfr pay 'fdf lha and proceed to reajtlie finance mlnlptcr a lesson It We are bouail to say as a believe In' of an Incomo lax for pr cent UiH are losing p llencofelth" ladles of th finincd Klriisler, disclosed by thcs Bcadetiilc, and .mpitly .pointless rarlfatrienl last ly appredatcu by tho crowd. The hand was led Mr. Coates, and caused many comments. A comic band which caused much amusement, was provided Ly iii-ui- bers of the Mounted Police. The Sports, The sporls this year were, with a few exceptions, of an unusually high standard. Duusworth brothers got away with a lot ot IhG jewelry, tak- ing between Ihem four firsts and tlirco Ecconds. In tho high jump George Young, tho thirteen year old son of Sheriff .M. Younc, save au ex- blbillon of Jumping that was a pleas- ure to witness and was an easy wln- uer over men twice his age. D. O. David, formerly the Herald corresponded from Champion romp- ed homo au easy winner In the half .finishing with a sprint lhat resembled something moro Ilka o. 10Q yard dash rather than a distance ruu. As Ihe mop contest failed to call Ihe Slate Hospital at Fountain I forth any entries it was called off- Springs, Pennsylvania, took a five inch j This was probably due to tho fact piece of bone from Ihe shin of. inn moat of Ihe people were un lid Elisabeth Haley, ol rolUville, with planted her spinal column, to competlllon. Tho races are going to be a M- Prcdlchlck, searchlight, donated y BuslLi Auto' Co. 120 yds. 1st. Marcui )uiisworlu; 2nd, Evans. 100 yds. Dash, 1st, Leon )unaworth. lime 10 3-5, silver cup ousted by W. S. Dall; 2nd, Marcus Junsworlh. 220 yds. Ul, l.eou Duns- vorth. silver cup, donated by C. U. Uowman; 2nd, Marcus Duuswortti. Rroad Jump 1st, Marcus Duns- worth; 2nd, Leon Dunsworth. While space would scarcely permit ho publication of the names of tho rery many workers who aided in making tho day a success, it la only 'sir to publish the namcfi of tho committees' who-havo charge of the events, and n word of praise for their cfforU, as well -as those of Messrs. liftchlo and. Blackbume. the hard- working secretary and treasurer re- spectively. Tho committees wore as follows: Trades Labor Council. (A. E. p, Downing. Dapcfne Gnat War Vet- erans1 (F. W. U. Slda'' Dig Brothers'- Class Knoi Church, (N. Children's Dig Sisters' Class. Knpx Church, (Miss r' Fortune Mrs. Ashion and Mrs. Jas. Horn. Exhibit of Red Cross Mrs. Stollze and Mrs. Hicks. Grand Malcolm Young. Fans snd ladles' Aid Church of Latter Day Saints, (Mrs. feature, there being several entries, and good racing shoiild result. MRS. WILSON SIGNS PLEDGE Washington, June Mrs. Wood- row Wilson today signed the woman's pledge to assist the food administra- tion by practicing economy [n the homo and assisting In conserving Iho lood supply for a Euccesjtul conduct of the war. INSURE NOW You cannot afford to gamble. We have always received fair settlements promptly from the company we arr reprcientlns. Albcvhi Sccui-ities Balmoral Block Lclhbrldge D. H. Tea. Coffee and replace a diseased bone. The opera- tion will relievo the girl from being a lifelong cripple. The prizes, which were nf splendid value, were presented ilo the winners it the closc'of the sporls by His Montreal for a loan of one million dollars, which application was rtiatlo atler the bank had offered the city a loan of The Canadian Associated press un- derstands lhat a prohibition has been Issued against Canadian soldiers in the British rlfies entering hoxirjg compe- Illloua for monye prizes after August 1. Carlyle Biackwell of New York, is a Romeo In reel life, but not in real life. Justice Ford ordered Uim to pay 1110 a week alimony lo Mrs. Ilutli Kartoian Dlackwell and counsel 'She Is suing [or a separation charging-cruelly. At their Baltimore convention the Federation of American Zionists have pledged half a mllion dollar fund lo eQuip an industrial army to fio lo Pal- estine and p1 epare the way for" its oc- OF CO LW BANK ERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. jSzSasSa JOHN A1RD. Guwil C.V.O.. U.D.; D.C.L. Prcsickr.i STWlfl v- C- SROWN. H V, F. JONES, Ais'i Gai'L MIMIC Sra'l of Cuwal Wtsum llr CAPrrAiPAiDUp.SSS.OOO.OOO i RESERVE FUND, Cross Society, (Mrs. G. 11. Fruit and Candy, Major Jack Itoss Chapter, I.O.OJv. Popcorn; Gum and Peanuts, etc SI. Patrick's Ladles' (.Mrs. Joe Ice Alexander Gait Chari- er O. D. E. Cigars and ClBareltos Girls ot Iciander Gait Chapter I. 0. D. E. 1'nrcliaEins It. J. 1'n'- jrson. Temnerance. J. ,V. liltcllle. Pony H. J. Smilli. Electric Light Mr 'recman. Publicity Committee W. 1. Cor.o, C. G. Groff and F. on. Si. Auguslla's (.Mrs. lacrcaso producllon to to I by Zionists. It more profitable to engage In arming In Canada. This ran bo help- by taking Ihe taies off farm 1m- rovementg and ofl everything the armer uses. But unlil Ibc fiscal bias galuat farming Is altered by Domln- >n anJ provlndal lax reform, emer- ency war roeaBures are Imperative'. Tha man power for essential IrifiiiE- can he secured by ,ed effort-. There are 1.BS3.B91 1n Canada between' Lhc of 0 and 45. It be uossible to mobilize several divisions of land for service In Canada, as cadily as It has been to recruit plo- eer, forestry 'and convltructfon ba't- jliona for Jlen are show- ug Uxeinsclveg willing .chougtt to work for the cause on a war service while they are not willing to lave without wage disputes In the lny Lord Henry Bentlnck in a lellor o the Times recently, (he man power of Canada he fully utilized for eEsenllal work; The need may be even year lhan in Ihe preset' s-jaicn. The llmo lo" begin meeUiig the present need and future now, Inslrucllons have been given In to fornld the sale at retail ot plriluous liquors lestlng over 18 de- rees of alcohol, In cafes and saloons, xcept during the hours when Ihe prl: Ipal meala are served. Captain neatllc Marlln, 3yItD., of London, Ont., who 13 eerving ria a me- Ical officer with the British forces In 'alQStlne has been'awarded the roill- ary CTOSE. lie ia a brother of er Marlln of Saskalchewan. In order to provide Increased facill les for fhe movement of supplies, KOV err.mont supplies ajd Ihc, 'cnnsylvanla liailroad company an- lounced lhat eflectlro July 1. a loUl of .02 passenger fralna will be cHnrfoal- ed from Its lines. Announcement was made at OILawa hat Gilbert Ganongo of St. Stephens, B., for two lerms representative ol Charlotte- county In Iho Car.adfrm rom The people of Lcthbrldge whl icarn wJtrf regret lhat Jack Hoss has been mlsping for so lonp, Is presumed to have died, The major Vas one of Lclobrldge's fines offlcera who had wop A great tlon by his wort at Iho front. Can ada can III afford to lose fa eh of Ms type, hul hla dame will always ad jlory to Iho pagea ol her history. TANK FELL ON STEAMER llwjukee, Wig., June persons Toet dcaih and Et least 10 otli erg were Injured, some seriously, late today, tho resalt of a 50-ton wale tanfc, trcclcd on the JMIVA'auKce river fronl, topplEng down on the whaleback Btearaer Christopher Colunjbua whci the ten gel Blruck the pier while bclni awung around preparatory lo makln, her return trip wllli about 400 passcn gcrs for Chicago1." EACH DOLLAR SPENT ON NON-ESSENTIALS THE EMPIRE'S GREAT CAUSE. Place your surplus earnings in our Savings De- partment where they will earn interest at the rate of 3% per annum. Lethbridge Branch- R. T. Brymner, Mgr. mons has been appointed lieutenant governor ol -New Rrunswick, ag Hon. Joseph Wood Icrm ex- pired In March last. The Real "War Bread' must contain the entire wheat the white flour, center but every particle of gSuten and mineral the outer brar. coa't that is so useful in keeping the bowels healthy and active. Shredded Wheat Biscuit is the real "war bread" because it is 100 per cent, whole wheat prepared in a digestible form. Contains no yeast, baking powder, seasoning, or chemi- cals of any kindr Food con- servation begins with Shred- ded Wheat Biscuit for break- fast and ends with Shredded Wheat Biscuit for supper. Delicious with sliced bananas, berries, or bther fruits. Made in Canada. The Jubilee ''of Confederation 1867-1917. YOU will surely want to know much about the beginnings anil 1 history of Confederation at this time of naUcnal celebration, As a good Canadian, as a as ope desiring to be well- informed about matters of deep concern and Interest, you nave your and need for knowledge In MACLEANS MAGAZINE FOR 'JULY this magazine gives you Ihe finest and most Interesting survey Confederation yoj will find In any periodical. Y6d will find there Porlratts of (he Fathers o( statesmen who launched Canada on her career of hrjllldnt dcsliny. TliB Story ol why It ivas necessary, anJ now It came about. The uiliJns over ol the. North Weal Territories from the Hurt- Eon's Hay etlniag story told by Agnea C. Lsul. The atory of the C, P. told hy C. N. Mackintosh, a man who kn6w Inllrnalely tho men fnltlntecl, built Bml developed the Canadian cord ol Conlcdcra- lion. The Industrial and Builnc-is Development of tho past 60 W. A. Cralck, A won- derful story of progress. Conrtltlona bctorc lion conlrastcd wllh thoso of to- Frank Yclgh. An cn- Joyahle sturty of Slatcmcnta from Premiers Ing the meaning of Confedera- tion and defining the qullook, In regard lo their respective prov- inces. A Lr A. C, Allenson, dialing with Ihp part lhat certain Courageous iinii atlvcnlurcsome Canadians took In the Amerlctia Civil War, Juat be- fore C'onf cd ration. A A Dramatic C. W. -Jcfferys, brilliant Canadian '-The aceno Is depicted Sir John A, Macdonald :nd tlie TIO.I. Qeorgc Flrown sloo-J In tho on one eldc, Ihe other on the' other ol a ccnlfc line, eo wm the feeling helwcon the two men nnd. Ihe parties they represent- ed. A fJno cover of Confederation, In three col DM, flpcclally drafl'n for July MACLHAN'S by J. E. H. Mac- of Canada'a Inlerprcl- Beyond these specTal Confederation features of the July MACLEAN'3 be the cuElomary provlEfGns of fine, short Btoriea, and fhe depprt- merils make MACLEAN'9 MAGAZINE so enjoyabla and valuable to good Canadians everywhere. Get Ihe July MACLEAN'S, double tlze, AT YOUR CeiUs> A. n MAILED FIST CRUSHES STRIKE .Copenhagen, June German authorilief Hie recent slrike at he shipyards In Stettin by the same means they used to crush Iho April strike. Thoy threatened Lo muster Ihe strikers os Eoldlers and subject them o punishment meted ont lo mutineers unless the men resumed Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well equipped lo handle all.kinds of repair work on either steam or gas tractors. Only high class leaves QUT shop, and ws will quoto you that right NIVEN 216 First Ave.S. Phone 1732 WE HAVE IN STOOK FOR IM- MEDIATE [SHIPMENT .THE FOLLOWING GRATES 32 Reeves. SO-3C h.p. 'nurticly. bull and clutch ptnione. Master and Intermediate gears. 32 h.p. Case, bull and clutch pinions. Master gears, two and four arm cplder. We are In a position to deliver castings every four days. G, KTS.CHEL Lessee of the Letb'brldBe Iron Works. Insurance Now IB the time to place your halMrUurance.. It cost you no lees one month hence. Your crop this year-will undoubtedly be the most valuable you have ever raised, therefore., you should lake no chances. Select a reliable company. Our company has been doing business for over eighty years and Is thoroughly reliable. SEE US NOW Wilson Skeith GENERAL INSURANCE Offtce: Ground Sherlotk Btdg. Phone Issued In our office giving immediate covering. If necessary we can cover you by phone. Included In the Assets of Our Company are Dominion War Loan Dsbentures HAIL INSURANCE In selecting a Company to place your Hall Insurance with, there are two Important things to consider. First, the financial responsibil- ity of the Company; second, their reputation for prompt and latls- factory adjustments, Such an Investigation will Ehow the BRITISH CROWN ai a reader. Don't lake a Let us place It In the SrlLlch Crown. R, V. Gibbons Co. PHONE 1191 BALMORAL BLOCK SECURITY SAFETY SERVICE Farmers Hail Insurance Co la what you havo been walling for. It Is what we have all been walling company owned and. controlled by the farmers of Organized to ua tho service .we are entitled to and to .keep our money al home. fitcuru your hail protection early by obtaining B policy In The Farmers Fire Hail Insurarice Co. HEAD OFFICE, ALBERTA BLOCK, LETHBP.IDQE "Do BualnCBi-ln Your Own Crowd." .SAFETY SERVICE j'. V> --V-, ;