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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta rovn THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT HERALD JULY Irtbbrtbge Blbcrta 3AILY AND WEEKLY Rates psr delivered per year by per by per by mall per K to I 1SH TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Ai Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance Manage Dates or expiry ol subscriptions V pear daily on address Accept ance o papers atler expiration date Is our authority to continue tho eub Your King arid Country Need You Right Now THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The political situation In Germany at present U a complex bnt It Is certato strating a power and an influence tUat cannot now bs denied it their demands inthe Reichstag are not Germany will revolt will mean her ultimate demo The dispatches ot yesterday carried the nuts ol a British reverse on the Belgian This apparently is an at tempt by the Germans to counteract the offensive at Arres where tho Brit ish are towards the occupa tion of The Germans gained several hundred yards of trenches at the Yser near the sea coasL The HilKlan offensive is swinging Thefcapturo ot Halfcz has been and the way Is now clear to so nearly by the earlier in the is now certain to fall into their hands within a short The losses by submarines the past ireelc as shown by the British sum mary are lighter than which Sad been Just ho yanitota provincial government succeeded la inducing tno Dominion government to pay five per In stead ojt three per on the school tunJ held in and it Is hoped now that Alberta will receive similar treatment 1esling with this iapoylan 1ics the Calgary Albertan recently pointed out that It this is put into effect tor it will mean an in creased revenue tor education pur poses ot at least on school land revenues already Were the school land fund properly ac counted for all overdue capital the annual increase ot rov C2seto the province would be per The western provinces have a long standing grievance on this The fnnd is Derived from sale ot lands set jpart ia each township for school Like other natural theso although re served or benefit ot the are administered by the Dominion Tho Dominion sells this land time to places the proceeds in a which it Invests in various and pays the In terest to the Up to the government has disposed ot Al berta lands to the valui ot and of this amount thero Is overdue principal uhcollected amount ing The Dominion government is In arrears to tho pro this Up to province has re ceived only tires per on the PICKED UP THE BUSY MAN tegular possessions o the United The principal offices of the company will lie in New and it will have a capital of btbh business ta Edward sou of the Hetty was married at Chi LETHBRIDGE AUTO OWNERS SHOULD The a provincial leagueof automobile clubs be formed Is one that should appeal to every one interested inthe cause of good roads What such an organization accomplish in the way of secur ing the pt the government in maintaining roads throughout province can easily be Lethbrid ge should not be conten follow tn this The surges tion U being put forward by Calgary lit the present but when tie Lethbridge club was formed it was one of the aims of the prompters that a provincial organiza tion should be What the owners ot should do is to bring their own membership to the rcry largest number so that membership will them to a big the affairs of the provincial are quitscerUln that no otheY section ol Calgary boasts Bucn a percentage of automo biles per capita as the district taring on Tha south is entitled to and shoifd maVe it voice heard in the organization of the provincial principal although very little money In Canada Is bringing less than 51per Provincial Treasurer Mitchell pointed out at the last that the gov ernments own war bonds viould pay h9 province fire per The raisins ot the rate ot Interest s only one of the ilrst steps neces sary to the handling ot this II the lund were accouujed for thfi province should ceiving per year from this The province eipended on education for the year which were school With additional revenue ol great deal of necessary worS couldbe carried Herbert died at his home ot alter a long Meyor of confer ring with said ho would fine merchants who delayed tuo unloading of now on military duty iu Ens has sent in his resignation as pastor ot Andrews Presbyterian Major Jim commandant of a sniping school In has beeu promoted to be He was a well known Iadfle railway official for many Oliver Hazard Fame who died recently at left an estate ot with cash bequests of more than to charitable and educational has resign ed the rectorship of Cronyn Memorial the rectorship of Cronyn Memorial to eccept a call to Fred president of the Ncl son branch of the Great War Veter ans has been appointee caretaker of the rifle range and ory by the Dominion Albert aged assistanl gardner at Ross Bay Vic was drowned near Milnes Laud Ing on the Scoke He was one of a family that had set out on a fishing Two cases of infantile paralysis have developed In separate families In Ottawa In each case tho patient is a child a year and a halt This occurrence of tho disease In Major who died ot went overseas a Ugh batlullon from Saskatoon last It was decided at Toronto to mark the third anniversary of tho war by was iu a cheek and the remainder in Liberty known to toll j lions of tourists as the commander ot the Maid of Oie Mist at Niagara the sightseeing vessel which ventur ed close to re tired from 32 years active Sir Henry Raeburns portrait of The MacNabb brought at The purchaser Sir Thomas Van Dycks portrait of Earl of Warwick brought the holding of winthewar meetings throughout the Alexander aged 63 of died as a result of burns received in pouring methy lated spirits on the fire in uilslaka for Viith the figures for registration in Porto Rico under the selective draft law silll the registration committee announce tbat the total will considerably exceed of has been appointed to take charge of the of tho late at Niagara Birka had two more years to Tlio rabies situation In Peterboro county has become both city and township authorities being charg ed by scut to investi gate with The various commercial todies in Winnipeg will he called together In the uear future with a to forrau latins plans that will lead up to the establishment of a chair of in tho Manitoba The Belleville city council has de elded to the firemcVi a tctius of five dollars per month in salary until the end of the in view of he high cost and instead of increasing BrooksHughes Wells of New a leading gynaecologist of this and former president of the County Medical died as the result of injuries he suffered when ho came into a collision with an auto mobile while commercial special ist at Marys collegiate for several years lias tendered her having received an offer larger salary the Hafbofd 1 Francis Wright of aged Ho had been In France only ehort time after qualifying tor the Flylug This Is tho third bereavornent the war has brought to Sir Montagu His two young daughters were lost when Lusi tanla was torpedoed and Lady Allan was also badly Injured lu that dis Sir Moutasu la now lu Lon to Miss Mabel ot Highland suburb Co Creeii engaged in work In hU a wedding gift of wilh tbe Canadian penslcn board Stafford pro fessor ol uieialurgy at Queens uni has been advised that tho boardof governors of Toronto uitlven AYllson and Miss Helen Woodrow Bones have made anil donated to the Red four dozen pairs of and an equal ter of sheets arid pillow case which save been divided equally among tlio British and Italian and Cana dian Red Cross It Is not the Intention of the gov ernment to remit mining assessment duties and dues to holders of west ern mining claims beyoud June to which date protection was After that date 25 per cent or the dues 25 per of the duties will lie required for a further years of who was with Scott on els last was asked to draw a fQW penguins on the hack ot a menu card at a private luncheon given in his honor In The card was put uj for sale and realized for tho IteJ slty baa awarded him the McCimrles being a sold metlal of tho value of 200 and JSdO In for tho covery of a new process tor the pre cipitation of sliver from its solution In ores of and also s new process for the separation of cobalt and nickel in made from co balt CONSOLIDATE DEMOCRACY July Important step toward the consolidation of Rus sias democracy and strengthening ot the Lvoff cabinet is tho creation ot a central executivecommittee silting at Petrograd under the presidency ol This committee will act ns tho representative of the Pan Russian congress of the council ol workmens and soldiers ol which TcheUso is the The July Iiumedlate action on a national scale is being taken by tho food controller to prevent food wasfe la the hotels and oluba and homes of tho Dominion and to conserve slorablo tood for Teelgrams have been pent out to he prime minister of all the prov ides by the ask ng them to name a representative to act vtrilh tho food consumption con trol Such rapresenta ives aro desired to cooperate with vommtiteo from tlmo to time as Us proceeds and to attend at hear ngs when dlltereat Interests ot tneir respect ivo provinces asked to jrtjsent tholr The consists ot Justice ROE Osgoodo Hall Wat Central committee consists ot 300 50 of whom wsre elected b Cecil tbo 11 year old of delegates German army oa tbe IT front had a sort of dying spasm yes terday and tramped on the lions when the weatheman will break loose with a real oldtime ttireet day rain He is about due 1 Calgary auto visitors Trill be able to go back home and tell thefr friends they saw come real wheat on their trip to llcdlciae Hat through We liope they have a proper appreciation nqw of the agfi culturai resources of this dlstricti Of the recent water here the Farm and Ranch Review said Board of Trade of be congratulated tor bringing this Into prominence stable results are to be looked lor from the deliberations of the re formerly com misaioner of dairying sevBn injured in falling in one ot the childrens The boy was I thrown across receiving of former Indian agem at Tlio and now recruiting was killed near Kettle Rapids on tho Hudson Bay He fell between two cars and bad his leg so badly crushed that amyutatiou was necessary and following the opera tion lie died from loss ot TleiHesentlng the Winnipeg bonded liquor a deputation wait ed on the Manitoba governmentnnd for its consent to warehbusb licences by the federal The government prom ised the new Dominion licenses cannot ba re Issued unless the government In thej province iu wklcii the warehousesare Ipculed gives ThV Canadian Red Cross has re ceived acknowledgements of parcels from Canadian prisoners in Germany in tho past seven weeVs In ciudiEE the past an aver agebf about ten parcels to each pris pneivfor the seren It Is un derstopd the temporary restriction on canned goods Is now removed at nearlyall1 prison Flight LieuL Hugh only son of Sir Montagu was killed in which therefore conlinuts to play an important The various councils coallniiaLto oiUt but are niade re spouslble tothe central Thus Is created fth allRussian dem ocrdtic which wiH wielc Iha until the constituent as sembly prganizea permanent ropreseu tallvo Mclonald InstUulet George president of theDo minion Hotelkeepers association and third vicepresident of the American and Canadian HolelSeepora Prolectloa and head of tho dining car and restaur ant The comuitlleo which ed last Friday met at ihe foot con trollers office yesterday and was In cession all day and mot again OCCUPY AUSTRIAN TOWN July Austrian town ot nortliwest of on tho Carso front was occupied by forces yesterday and SECURITY SAFETY SERVICE Is what you have been waiting It Is what we have all been waiting company owned and controlled by the of Organized to us service we are entitled to and to keep our money at Secureyour hall protection early by obtaining a policy In Tlfc Farmers Fire Hail Insurance Co HEAD ALBERTA LETHBRIDttE DoButlneis in Your Own SECURITY s SAFETY s SERVICE hasbeen arpolnted assistant commisInternal injuriesfrom which he died sioner of He will be closely associated wHa the chief Mitchell is a graduate of science at Queens and ot the Guelph col He vrasmore recentlysupenn tendent of dairying in New Bruns shortly Fred of the Canadian Bank of has been elected a vicepresident of the organized Banking fonnsdito engage In in ternational and MINISTER Or LABOR ON THE WRONG We are lo get all the rv we need this This statement is credited to Hon minister of labor is a recent Ottawa What grounds Crothers had for this broad statement we cannot say information alright as regards the but people of the prairie provinces lull themselves into a sense1 of security on Crothera statements he will have a lot to an swer for if the coal famine now threat The Russians have taken Wish they vrould have a revolution of in Russia and give us some thing prorfoanceable for a The neit thing we know the Rus sians will be at Przemysl and well ail have the hay fever trying to tell our about it Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well equipped to handle at hlndj of work oneither or ga Only high class work Eeavei our and we will quote you prices that ftre right NIVEN 216 Pint Phone 173 What has become of the onetime popular EetacqualDted trip tho Board Trade used to stage is it that we are too prosperous to get ac quainted with our neighbors any are we lacking in the hos pltaiity which we once We boast an automobileclub now which should make getacquainted trips What about it 1 provinces arc threaten ed with a coal shortage this winter ac a result ot tae delay inTsetUiog tbe itrike and of mine labor at the present Surely Oi hi visited west a sfcort time Xnows the mine labor If he doetnt he must ticking In powers of If ho does know the iHnaUan he has no right to a statement suctt as the abore for pub Wo hops the people of the west do any stock in the statement of the minister of and that they will agitate until something is done toprovide a supply of mine la bor adequate to meet the needs of the country MORE MONEY FOR During last session of tho pro Ttscial legislature Mitchell prorfhcfal pointed out that Albertas educaftona funds were not the support they should frova DoBimioriJ goTernment be ante at UK laxity oftbs deparlmen M ta collect Ing dm ill Uli provlaco The following dispatch from Ottawa appearing In an exchange prepares may In the case ot Robert The future of Robert Rogers s one of the subjects about which here Is considerable speculation There at present Some who slund closeto the minister of public worte ar that after his vindication by the which appearto regard as a matter of he Is So be taken with ceremony into the tremJers favor as minister of elec This view Is held by a strictly railed The general view memberson both sides of the it that Rogers days as a min ster of the crown are re arlcs of the McLtodTelller find SiioUId the report whitewash It might enable Sir Robert Bor dcn to do something to mate his fall thoughitls apparent what could be done In this No ho placed in Hie report that under theae conditions he iflfght ho given tno nigh cornmlssfonershlp In This has quite ceased lo be ft political The people ofCanada about through with politicians Rogers particular and If Sir Robert Bordtp he will leave his min ister elections on the outside look Lifebuoy for the Counterikttack All day long hes been standing the attacks of gemis and Now for the Lifebuoy front Its creamy lather for shampoo ani or for etc makes short work of the HEALTH is more than finest of all soaps thanjh it is Lifebuoy has splendid antiseptic and jermicidal power as mission is to and Send your soldier a packmie oJ HeI appreciate it AtfUgnccn LEVER BROTHERS LJMITBD TOROHTO INSURE NOW You cannot We have always received fair promptlyfrom campany vie are Alberta Securities BEock HAIL INSURANCE In a Company to place your Hall there Important thlngt to the financial rcsponilbil Ityof the Company their rtputation and tatlfr factory Such BRITISH Dont take i Let ut place It in the Britlih Gibbons BALMORAL BLOCK Now Is the time to place halt U will eort you no one month Your crop thli year will undoubtedly be the valuable you have ever youthould take no Select a reliable Our company been doing for over eighty yean and Is thorouahly SEE US NOW Wilson Skeith J GENERAL INSURANCE Office Ground Sherlock Phone Iwued In our office giving Immediate wecan cover you by Included in the AM els of Our Company are Dominion War Loan Debentures THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND H AMIOtn JOHN Supf of Cemrtl Wej CAPITAI PAID T RESERVE INDIVIDUAL SAVING IS ONE OF THE GREATEST BULWARKS OF THE Commence today by ppeoing a Savings account I DeWOLFS VARIEIT STOE GREAT CLEARING SALE of Worth of Variety Stock at Cost Price As our lease expires shortly all lines of Goods Toys and Dolls and Smallwarcs will be sold at cost This is no fake everything nitist be cleared out in 30 days Corne1 Towth AvenHc and Fifth ;