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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta jAGE FOUB THE LETIIBRIDGE HERALD MONDiVY. JULY 9, 1917 letbbrlfcge Derail) alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription delivered, per .10 Jally, deUvored per rear ......J5.00 Jally, by mail. per year.........5'.00 iVeeily, mall per year ......51-50 by mall, per rear to U.S..52.00 ol hh opinions It pays: Tbo today have their origin Tu.uuly in tho gen- eral election si 1S11. Two dUtiuct sns %rore ivared by the eii- ot -the Laurlcr government. J The English-speaktug provinces henrJ only Iho loyalty cry. which lout the ot oiciuouiic argumenl I ho trade agreement wtlh the VnUert Staler. But reciprocity WES net 1252 TELEPHONES 3usiness Oificg Editorial Office 32 W. A. Buchsnan President and Uanaulm Director foha Torrance Business Manager Dates ot expiry ol auoserTpUonaTap- dally oa address latel. Accept ince of papers after eiplrhtlon dale is our aulhurUr to continue lie sub- EcrfpUon, Your King and Country Need You Right Nowl PICKED UP PASSING FOJ? THE BUSY MAN Samuel J. Cherry, miller for mauy an issue by the government's opixm- years at I'reMon, Oied In his TatJi cms in Canada. Mr year. Dourassa louud in itie Navy! Service] Act a moro to his living. ncJ] Th? government may use (Tic cevv an 10 iuiiu'.so fc's invet- 1 hall M Mcdiane Hat for a con- iiatrod ot Sir Wilfrid Laurler a> j Lome fur returned soldiers. the chief impediment to his OWD am- A Quebec firm has orders lo liullil strips iu hacdlo freight from Caua- diau ports. J. If. WiHard. manager of Beniis L-as died from pncu- bitions, and to the Nationalist move ujcnt. To profit by the fiimtlon in TLe total alemlance at the Calgary lair iMs year was or Quebec, Conservative le.vVrs In? (ray- j ir.uro than last year. Sir Koberl Itorden, premlpr ol Can- ridn, I'oVbnited his siiiy-thlrd blrih- day recently. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The Increasing restlessness of the German people is continually finding piece in the dispatches now. Chancellor Von Bettnmna Holhv address to the Reichstag Is rxpectet to reflect the spirit ol Ihls restless ness. Tho naw spirit ot tho peopl of the German empire is giving rise to a movement that Is driving stralgh toward democratization nud EQID vccsul -B'nneral for Australia' and Jsew Zealand. Announcement iva.T miidc at Iho White House that President Wil-on docs not expect lu lake a vacation J this summer but plans to remain In Washington whether congress art- i journs or not. Tlie president may i lake sborl trips-over week-ends on tbe Mayflower. Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well equipped to handle all kinds of repair work cr. either sis2tn cr tractors. Only high class work leaves our shop, and we will quote you prices that are right. NIVEN BROS. 216 First Ave. S. Phone 1732 HAIL INSURANCE Yon can'L afford to carry your own risk. The companios ive rep can to carry it for you, because HAIL 1XSUH- ANCE Is iheir business. Insure to Jay. II. GALTIN 7, McOcnald Block Phone 1125. LethbrWse, Alhtrta WE HAVE IN STOCK FOR IM- MEDIATE SHIPMENT THE r GKATE8: 32 h.p. Reevts. i 30-36 Rumcly. GEARS'f 32 ti.p. Rtevcs, bull and clutch pinions. Master and intermediate gears. 32 CaSGj tull and clutch pinions. Master gears, two and four arm spider, We are now In a position to deliver castings every four days. G. KTSCHEL Lcsseo ol Iho LeUitriage Iron Works. bo vrorth while for the city to fix up 3. ball park, tennis' courts, etc., at Henderson park? The golfers seem to be patronizing j the street railway, tending th6 idea? How about es- ;f. But we do kuow that In the har times In 1914, 'the people ol Let] bridge too glad lo exten the hand of welcome to Iho people o tho district In order lo link them top .Tith Lethbrldge. And we do know that nothing has over llolied Lethbridge up' with the surrounding district as the automobile, has. Good well kept and well posted, are sectary to give the automobile the chanco to work well. That's where the club comes In. That's the material, sjde ol Its objects. Of the eoclal side nothing need be said. But we 60 say, unhesitatingly that Lcthbridgo ihust lead In auto club activity. K wo fail to leuil, EOSC other town will annex our rlghtlul place as the trade centre of the south. iis hare an Auto club n-IU 500 members, and then we can do some real work. ALLOWS MORE BEER July Law, chancellor ot the exchequer, an- nounced In. the house of commons to- day that the government "aad de- cided to permit the brewing during the quarter ending Seplcmher 30 1, of an additional amount of beer not exceeding thirty-three and one-third per cent, of the amount allowed for that quarter, Thlg action, he said, was taken I owing lo Ihfi greater consumption during Uie summer months, and the (JifflcuJUes caused by shorlago In large centres or copulation and In counties where crops are being har- vested. SECURITY u SAFETY SERVICE Hail Insurance Co IB what you have been waiting for. It is what we have all been wailing company owned and controlled by the 'farmers of Organized to give' uc the servk- we arc entitled lo and lo keep our money at home. Secure your hall protection early by obtaining a policy in The Farmers Fire HEAD OFFICE, ALBERTA BLOCK, LETHBR1DGE "Do Businees In Your Own Crowd." SECURITY SAFETY SERVICE Hail Insurance Co. GERMAN PRISONERS TAKEN. Pad3, July April 15 to June 39 the .troops on the western Iront captured prisoners, Including saj'B an cHlcIa] summary ol llic 071- eratfons Jesutle lorfay. The war ma- terial lafcen In IhD same period In- cludes 503 funa, -503 (rench morlars and. machine guns. I THE ATTITUDE OF SIR WILFRID LAURIER. Wille Tbe IlcraW cannot agree yclth (he aland (akcn by Sir AVllfria Laurier on the conscriptJon Issue, neTertneles3 wo tespcak for hltn a "jSIr-inlnacd bearing Irom the jiwple Canada, Bltter'rccrlmlnaUong will accomplish nothing. natter should ys6 irr. lo get hla viewpoint that we rdaj nnderfitand the problem ot Que tec, Thft Toronto GJobe no lipubl of Jtj. btsod OQ conscription.. In op position, to Sir Wilfrid, but TiOTCrlbe It eiprcsaca Ha bcllel ID-tho sta' INSURE NOW Voj cannot alford to gamble, Ws have, received (air settlements promptly from the. company we are representing. Alberta Securities Balmoral Block Ldhbrldge HAIL INSURANCE In selecting a Company to place your Hall Insurance with, there arc two Important things lo consider. First, the financial responsibll. Ity of Iho Company; second, their reputation for prompt and satis. factory adjustments. Such an Investigation will show the BRITISH CROWN as a leader. Don't lake a chance. Let IK place it In'the British Crown. R. V. Gibbons Co. PHONE 1191 BALMORAL BLOCK Hail Insurance the time to place your hall Insurance. II will you SEE US NOW Wilson GENERAL INSURANCE Office; Ground Ffoor, Sherlock QTJg. Phone Isiuccl In our office Immediate covering. If we can cover you by phone, i Included the Asefifs of Our Company arc Dominion Wir Loan Debentures 30, 000, 00 Continues All This Week With New Interest Added from Every Department GREATER THAN EVER BARGAINS THAT WILL MAKE TJILS THE BANXER SHOPPING WEEK OF THE SEASON. ALL YOUR BUYING THIS WEEK AND YOU WILL CERTAINLY SAVE MONEY. Sale of Women's Skirts Note the Big Savings All wool navy or black serge sfclrls. Correct styles- Somo trimmed, others plain. Sizes 23 10 30 waist band. Regular value 50.00. l o r July Sale Price liJO Women's Wliitc Repp Skirts. Regular Sale Price 95C Women's Bliick Silk Skirts. Rcg- ulnr Sale Price 6.95 Women's Xuvy and Black Serge Skirts heavy qualify. Ilcgular flO.OO O AA and Sale Price 42 inch Plain Colored Cotton Voiles A [atn shlnment from Xew York. Tho correct inatcrlals for summer dresses and blouses. Reg- ular value COc rcr yard. July Sale Price 39c JO inch Silk itntl Wool Crcpc Dress Soft draping niatcrjal In Russian green, navy, (aupc, nllcc and shy. Regular value 51.00. cf July Sale DOC 'Large Full Shaped AII-Ovci1 Aprons, OIL sale. at each At Half Price M'onicn's Muslin Dresses Dresses that to ?10.00. Clearing at each 5.00 Boys'Hats 25e A big lot ol' boy's huts in linen straw. For 12 years. Clearing at ca.'25c 45in. Black Serge, yd. 1 fast dye, clean medium. Pure wool anil gooil wciEht for skirls or whole costume. Regular value ?1.60 to ?1.0Q per yard, July Sale, per yard ____ Cotton Crc-pc Dress Materials ISc Regular values up lo 40c. Coffon Dress Voiles and Muslins 2S inches wide. Values up to 25c. Clearing at per yard A tableful of Voile Waists at 95u and colored mu.sljns and voiles Ihpt sold up to 52.00 each. (V tableful of Voile Waists at 1.31) For lines lhat sold up lo J3.00. 40 inch Fancy Voiles, 29c Floral slrlpcg and Iteurcs. .Colors bluej hello, pink, green, tan. Also black unit ivhfto .ond all ivhlte. Regular values up to 60c. July Clearing Sale Price.............. Black Sateen Petticoats for regular lines. July Sale Price.................... JJhick Tafefcin Petticoats For regular Jl. July Sale Price values. 65c 1.35 Lndics' Crcpc rtc Clicnc Waisls values up to 55.00. Colors, irory, flesh, CoiJcnliRgr.n.Miavy, inalzc anri. black. o QC Bale I'rlce July Sale Prices on Boys' Suits We have a very large stock of boys' that miisl lie rcrtuccd con.sidcrnhly before the arrival of fall Nl.iiiiincnts'. lire offering1 substantial reductions 011 cvcfy suit in (lie stoi'o. We have Boys' Suits as low as and up to Prices will be reduced on any suit you may select JULY SALE PRICES ON JULY SALEPKIOES on LINENS, SHEETINGS TOWELLINGS JULY SALE I'KIOES OX SILKS AND .WOOL DKESS GOODS TULY SALE PKIGks OX HEADY TO OF EVERY TL r1 I iJ i he bimpson to., Ltd. flb w Fourth Avoiuic Near Office ;