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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUR TIIR LRTHBU1DGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1917 ID: Eetbbri&ae t>cvalb XetbbriDoe, Hlbcvta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rate*: Dally, delivered, per week ......10 Daily, delivered per year ......15.00 Daily, by mail, per year.........$-1.00 V/eokly, by mail, per year ......$li>0 .Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S..$2.00 thoy could do would be too Rrent fo allow their appreciation. We should have been animated by the same spirit. both bridge boasts of the fact tlint it has done more than any other city in Western Canada to "link tip the city with Its surrounding district." "We failed to show that spirit on Wednesday, and we hope that this gentle reminder will be all that will he needed in prevent a lapso of courtesy aKain. TELEPHONES Business Office ............... 12~'- Edltorlal Office ............... I224 IV. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance - - Business Manager Dates of expiry of suuscriptions appear daily on address label. Acceptance of papers after expiration date Is our authority to continue the subscription. Your Kino and Country Need You Right Now! THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR fi"en thousand more prisoners and i!w capture of another important post CONSCRIPTION LIBERALS ARE MISUNDERSTOOD. l,e Canada, the French-Canadian Liberal organ said recently: "When we go over the list of those Liberals wno have pronounced conscription, such as Carvoll, Pardee, Graham. Buchanan, McLean, Gtillitie. one Is nstonlshed to find the most severe critics of the government and its administration. Any one. in fact in poing over the debates will see that it was those gentlemen who contributed more than nny one elso to bring to light the scandals of the government. How, (hen, In voting for conscription, can these men consent to confide to these same ministers the raising of 100.000 men? In the past this government has been guilty of so many questionable acts, how are we to understand that those who denounced them so eloquently consent to allow them the application of so important a law as conscription? To put the question is to answer it. The on the drive to Lemberg was yesterday's record of the Russian armies on > Canadian electorate is surely aston the Galician front. The advance has now developed on a front of over 100 miles-and has on its southern.extremity reached the foothills of the Carpathians. The Russians are sweeping through Galicia at a tremendous pace and penetration Into Hungary is a matter of but a short time. 'The-'sudden activity of the. Germans or} the Belgian front is accounted for by some experts as an effort by Germany, to counteract the unrest at home and to allay any spirit of revolt. The Germans are showing more activity on the western front than they, have done for many months, in the way of offensive, but their belated Bttempts are likely to gain them l'ttle of real importance. ^PICKED UP IN* PASSING ^^TE ISU^V MAN TELL US JUST WHAT TO DO. Food Controller Hanna has made public, a statement that the consumption by Canadians of wheat, beef and bacon must be reduced one-third if Canada is to do her duty in supplying to the allies these articles of food so necessary to help win the war. The Herald thinks there will be very little diffiiculty in securing the co-operation of Canadians in this endeavor, but specific instructions will �'\| ished at the attitude of these gentlemen, for, after having said so much against the present administration, they give them their support on a question of so grave an import." In view of the very evident split in the Liberal ranks, of the announced intention to call a convention of Western Liberals next month, and of the demand of the Winnipeg Free Press for a new Liberal leader, it is interesting to note the comments of tho Free Press on the above statement as an indication of how it is viewed by Western Liberals. The Free Press says: It is plainly beyond the comprehension of Le Canada that tho Liberal members It mentions have been actuated both in their criticism of the government's record, and in their support of the Military Service bill, by a sense of duty* to the country. No doubt, to Le Canada, politics is nothing but a game and it cannot understand, why the Liberals idid not seize, the opportunity presented by the submission of the conscription issue- to destroy the Borden government and secure for themselves the sweets of office. If the Liberals had lined up solidly behind Laurier nothing is more certain that they would have come into power. All that this would have involved was the virtual abandonment of our troops at the front at the dictation of those elements in our population that hold 'have to be issued as to how it is to | that Canada has done enough, if not be'vaccomplished. To tell us that wo i ,0� mucb already. Le Canada is To tell us that wo must reduce consumption one-third is a very general statement. To tell us how many pounds of flour, how many pounds of beef and how many pounds of bacon each Canadian should feel at liberty to consume as food each week would be putting it squarely up to each one of us. Canada needs no bread cards. All Canadians need is 'specific instructions as to their duty. IS THE GERMAN THRONE TOTTERING? It looks from this distance as if things were just about at the breaking point -in Germanv. Chancellor Von Bethmaun-Hollweg is reported to i appearance. Odd little affairs, some- frankly astonished that the twenty-six Liberals should have permitted a little thing like this to stand between them and office. Sir Sam and Sir Robert must be the cause of the chilly weather down in the capital. They can come to Lethbridge any old time if they will chase the hot weather bug to the timbers. Why is a swagger stick? The Boston Transcript tells us that these cute little "swagger sticks" that officers in uniform are carrying on the street are the reverse of military in their Mra. Margaret Halkol, of Vancouver, is suing her husband for a divorce, alleging cruelty ns her reason. The "Ivy Cross" fund hns been started by an English woman to give dental assistance to discharged sol-dlers/and sailors. Several cases of diphtheria with nt least one fatality, have occurred among children in the Caswell Hill district of Saskatoon. John M. Haer, of Fargo. N.D.. nonpartisan, won the congressional election defeating C. 11. Hurtness. Republican, while George Bangs, Democrat, was a bad third. William MrKnight, a farmer of Cadillac, Sask., wns killed instantly when a six-horse plowing outfit, with which he was working in the field, passed over his body. It is learned at Winnipeg on authority that J. II. Evans, who has been acting deputy minister of agriculture for over a year, will be made deputy minister at the end of tho fiscal year. Penard I. Gunderson, 21-year-old son of Peter A. Gunderson, of Simon Valley, Alta., fell in front of ti mower while cutting hay on the farm and suffered fatal injuries to which he succumbed. Five of Cleveland's largest drop forge plants may be commandeered in the near future by the government if a strike is not settled in time to permit work to continue on supplies necessary for the United States army and navy. Robert 13. Maxwell, returned soldier of the famous Sth battalion, and A one-year;old boy. son of W. Peck, of llenribourg, near Prince Albert, fell into a well on the farm and was dnnvnod. Phillip Miirriii, the senior partner of Jobln-Manin company, wholesale grocers, of Winnipeg, died suddenly. He was TO years old. A fund of yi.ooo.omi for war relief work was aproprinted by I lie llenevo-lent nnd Protective Older of Elks meeting at Hoston. Word has been received to the effect that Alajor Hugh Cameron Ferguson, formerly manager of the Homo Hank of Canada, at Oriindvlow. Man., land .Mrs has been awarded the Distinguished Service Order. Capt. Percy Molson. killed ut the front was manager nt" the National Trust company, at Montreal, and went overseas with reinforcements to tho Princess Pats. He wns wounded before, and got the Military Cross. M. S. Middleton. who was assistant provincial horticulturist at Nelson for live years, has been temporarily up-pointed by Hon. John Oliver, minister of agriculture, ns provincial horticulturist to succeed U. M. Winslow. England is now maintaining an army of 2,200,000 men in France, aside from other forces in Africa, , . Egypt. Palestine, Mesopotamia and at 1 �" a "OKltll)" Saloniki. Lord Xorthclifl'e declared, speaking at a luncheon of the Overseas club. A statement made available by the Australian minister for defence shows that since war was declared 44,000 horses have been shipped overseas from Australia for the Australian NEW DAYTON (from Our Own Correspondent) New Dayton, July 12.-Mr. Trlggs loft for Edmonton Monday to attend the normal school. Sir. and Mrs. Wahlort returned from Calgary Wednesday, after attending the fair I ho past few days. Miss Florence Kent?, spout Friday with Miss Lena .Morrieul. Mr. Dave Drake returned home Friday after spending several weeks with bis mother lu Wilmington, Ohio. Miss Uuth (ialbraidi and .Miss Au-astasla Skoith .-.it. the Kneels t:L' Miss Miriam McDonald. The following did shopping in Now Dayton Saturday: Mr. and .Mrs. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Knupp, Mr. McKay, Paul .Moreland, Mr. and Mrs. Schell and daughter Hose Marie, Mr. Noble, Mrs. Candy and son Hortio, Mr. and Mrs. Whiiesel and son Sidney. Mr. and .Mrs. Duell and son Edward, Mrs. Drake, Mrs. Foley. Mr. Klsinger. Mr. Rentz and Mrs. Kenton and children. Or. McCalliuu went to Lethbridge Saturday to visit 1iis daughter Lillas. .Mr. Tom McKay went to Lethbridge Si'turdny. Mr. Ralph Kent returned from Calgary Tuesday. Mr. Oscar Kingston spent Sunday with Mr. Taylor. Mr. Forrest Landis and Mr. Martin Thompson called at (he Miami Farm Sunday afternoon. Mr. and .Mrs. John Itentz and family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stoval and family Sunday. Tilt! Ladies' Aid meets at Mrs. Tudor's on Tlmrsdiiv afternoon, Julv 12lh. Miss Rose .Marie Schil] lias accept-in the New Dayton Standard Kank. Mr. Rot Risenger met with quite a painful accident last Wednesday morning while riding after cattle, his horso falling with him, and in some manner caught his foot under and breaking one of the hones in his foot, he will have to use crutches for a month or more. AUCTION SALE SATURDAY Next, July 14 AT 2.30 O'CLOCK. Ill the rreinises, �M>5 Third Ave. S. FRANK WADDINGTON INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AS ABOVE, AN ASSEMBLAGE OF USEFUL IIOI S EIH > L1) F U KN ITU It E And effects including: Drop head ROTARY SINGER SEWING MACHINE In perfect, order; G dining chairs; oak dining table; Murrbi chair; two upholstered easy chairs; carpet square; small rugs; oak rocker; heavy brass mounted beds, springs and mattresses; oak dressers mid stands; quantity linoleum; Onlca lieator; "Hudson" l-hole.cooking range; "Cleveland" Gent's Bicycle In good running order; kitchen (able; pictures; crockery and u qunntity of kitchen utensils. TERMS CASH PLEASE BE PROMPT PHONES 770-469 popular quartermaster sergeant of the I armies. The purchase cost has been SECURITY :: SAFETY SERVICE FarmersFire& Hail Insurance Co Is wli.it you have been waiting, for. It Is what we have all been waiting for.-A company owned and controlled by the farmera of Alberta. Organized to give uo the service we are entitled to and to keep ou:-money nt home. Secure your hail protection early by obtaining a policy in The Farmers Fire & Hail Insurance Co. HEAD OFFICE, ALBERTA BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE "Do Business in Your Own Crowd." SECURITY :: SAFETY SERVICE have resigned owing to differences between himself and certain strong ections of the Reichstag over matters of foreign policy. It isn't the bare fact that Hollweg is resigning tfiat is so interesting. It is that the people of Germany are beginning to grow suaplclouB that all is not well. The entrance of America against Germany was the beginning of the tall of fiollweg'g power over the people. There are many other contributing factors, but that is one of the most Important. There is no stronger man in Germany than Hollweg. When his influence fails then it is a sign that tho people are waking up and that they refuse to abide by the dictates of the'military power. Hollweg's fall may yet prove to be tho crumbling of the first stone in the foundation of the Hohenzollern dynasty. times not more than a foot and a half long and more suggestive of effeminacy than of masculine swagger. The swagger stick, as nearly as its origin can be traced came from England, where, in days of piping peace, the soldier's very tight dress uniform made it almost impossible for him to dispose of his hands when walking about off duty, and it apparently became necessary for him to have something to carry and tvirl. In England the private soldier carries a swagger stick as well as the officer. They are Incongruous with khaki. But put a tight red tunic on a man and a gay little pill box on the side of his head and the stick becomes logical enough. However, swagger stiekB are not carried in the trenches. Deer Lodge Convalescent hospital, wns elected president of the Great War Veterans' association of Winnipeg, by acclamation. The London Daily Sketch quotes Mra. W. B. Leeds denying her reported impending marriage to Prince Christopher, youngest brother of the ex-king of Greece. A recent dispatch said that Prince Christopher was going to London to wed a wealthy American woman. Thousands of dollars damage was done to the tomato crop of Essex county, caused by hail storms. In some districts pieces of ice an inch thick fell, cutting off the bloom and small tomatoes frcm the early plants, while late plants were laid flat by a near cloudburst that followed the storm of ice. More than 100 of the United States' leading retail merchants met at Washington and decided to follow suggestions of the commercial economy board of the council of national defense for eliminating unnecessary deliveries. They voted also to do away with the privilege of returning goods, as recommended by. the board. At the annual meeting.of the Canadian Associated Press, held at Toronto, the following directors were reappointed: Messrs. Wilson M. South-am, Ottawa Citizen; E. F. Slack, Montreal Gazette; C. F. Crandal, Montreal Star; John F Mackay, Toronto Globe; W. J. Douglas, Toronto Mail and Empire; J. E. Atkinson, Toronto Star; J. Ross Robertson, Toronto Evening Telegram. J. Ross Robertson was elected president; C. F. Crandall, vice-president, and J. E. Atkinson, secretary and treasurer. 3IAGRATH WHEN LETHBRIDGE "PULLED A BONER." We are very sorry that lack of appreciation of the opportunity afforded them resulted in the citizens of Lethbridge failing to take some official notice of the visit paid to the city on Wednesday afternoon by the good people of Carmangay. The Herald is very much put out that the opportunity should have passed, and that the members of the party should have gone home feeling that Lethbridge lacked in courtesy to a sister town. It may bo argued that no official notification that such a large party would pay us a visit had been received by any public body in the city. That is uo excuse. The very fact that;they were coming and that it was published in the press ut least four days prior to the event should have roused us to the fact t Hat an opportunity was being afforded us as citi-zeiiH of Lethbridge to get into closer touch, with the people of the district. W� are certain, that if Carmaiigyy Heard Hint sixty auto louds of Leth bridge business men and others were DYNAMITE THE MAN Speaikng at the tenth annual convention of the Western Canada Irrigation association on the Hiibject of "Why the boys leave the farm," Professor Howes, dean of the faculty of agriculture at the University of Alberta, said: 'The only way we can meet this condition is to see what tends to push the boys away from the farm. There are a great many, I know. Some are outstanding. One is home conditions and surroundings. I am speaking about my province. There is room for a great improvement in the home conditions. I have seen people who have been out there some years and done well, but have fallen right into a rut so far as fixing up the home is concerned. Making the home attractive has a great deal to do with I holding the young people there. "I attended a meeting of the United Farnicis of Alberta and the women's auxiliary of that body, and I had to go easy there because the women were not unstinting In throwing the blame on tho man for the condition of the home surroundings. I had spoken of the advantage of planting trees on the farm and some farmer said they couldn't get trees to grow there; others said we have a dry subsoil. A certain lady asked the question about trees in the first place. I told them how a man In Vermilion had dynamited his HiibHoll and got very good results: with tvees, and. before 1 sat. down the lady Jumped up and said (From Our Own Correspondent) Magrath, July 11-H. S. Allen, president of the Taylor stake and P. Snow, councillor, were the speakers at the afternoon meeting of the L.D.S. church. They congratulated the people of Magrath for raising Btich a large sum of money for the Red Cross, also spoke � on the conservation of food. They told the people to save all they can and use the perishable garden produce and preserve or can the vegetables and fruits that will keep. Little Lloyd Miller, who was run over by a wagon last week and sustained a broken limb, is progressing nicely. A heavy shower passed over the southeast part of this district Monday afternoon, but didn't reach town. The crops are in need of moisture, and a good rain would indeed be welcome. Mr. and Mrs. R. RasrouiiBen attended the fair at Calgary last week. oyer R000,000. W. Q. Arnold, a broker residing at j | the Langsham hotel, was fatally injured, and M. P. .McLeod. of Sylvia court, a commission merchant, both of Vancouver, had his collar bono broken when a heavy touring car, ! ! heavily laden, crashed against the ' I curbing. Complete paralysis of all building in Cnlgary is threatened as the result of an ultimatum by the carpenters' local union demanding an increase of 10 cents an hour over tho present wage of 50 cents. With the bricklayers, plasterers and stone masons already on strike, a walk-out by the carpenters will tie up all building. Dependent wives and '. children of all soldiers would bo grantqd federal allowances during the war by a bill introduced by Representative Rankin of Montana. Wives with no children would receive $30 a month, those with one child $45,.those with two children $60 and those with more than two $75. Baked to a Turn! Our modern ovens, skilfully tended, never over-bake or burn Som-Mor Biscuit Every one is at its crisp and tasty best. Plain and Salted. In Packages Only. It takes even baking, too, to get the uniform golden brown and the melting criapness of our GRAHAM WAFERS Sold in Packages Only. North-Vest Biscuit Co., Limited EDMONTON - ALTA. m Traction Engine REPAIRS Wc are well equipped to handle all kinds of repair work on either steam or gas tractors. Only high class work leavo3 our shop, and we will quote you prices that are right. NIVEN BROS. 216 First Ave. S. Phone 1732 INSURE NOW You cannot afford to gamble. We have always received fair settlements promptly from the company we are representing. Alberta Securities Balmoral Block Lethbridge HAIL INSURANCE In selecting a Company to place your Hail Insurance with, there arc two important things to consider. First, the financial responsibility of the Company; second, their reputation for prompt and satisfactory adjustments. Such an investigation will shov, the BRITISH CROWN at a leader. Don't take a chance. Let us place it in the Britisii Crown. R. V. Gibbons & Co. PHONE 1.191 BALMORAL' BLOCK nsurance Now is the time to place your hail insurance. It will cost you no less one month hence. Your crop this year will undoubtedly be the most valuable you have ever raised, therefore, you should take no chances. Select a reliable company. Our compiny has been doing business for over eighty years and is thoroughly reliable, SEE US NOW Wilson & Skeith GENERAL INSURANCE Office: Ground Floor, Sherlock Bldg. Phone 1343.-Policies 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 Debentures - $130,000.00 BRAZIL DESTROYER FINDS SUB BASE. Rio Janeiro, July 11.-The nows-paperB report that the deBtroyer Mat-to GroBso has discovered an enemy submarine base near Santos. Special Values in Time-Saving, Step-Saving Kitchen, Cabinets Made of solid golden oak, complete with all conveniences, such as flour bin, bread and cake boxes, spice jars, glass sugar holder, tea and coffee jars. A spacious cupboard that holds pot? and pans, large bake board, and an extending nickleoid top, in fact every ,:iing that means time and step saving for the housewife. Prices range frorfi $30 to $66 Free Railway Fare- and expenses to Halifax, will be allowed to men who enlitt to serve as Cooki in the CanadianNavaiPatrol THE PAY JS $1.G0 PER DAY" plu� free food and lodging, (ree kit, and $20.00 additional, each month, separation allowance to dependents. "An Army craw!* en its belly" and a Ships crew also must be led. Its a profitable and patriotic service. Vacancies also for Stewards and Boys Stewards. APPLYi Nearest Naval Recruiting Office, , " or 'to the Department of the Naval 8ervlce, Ottawa. .... , .. .,, would HUKBest you put Hie dyna- to pay their town n vlult, nothing mlto under the man llrst.1 ' MORE NEW (ARPET SQUARES Wo have added another larne shipment of new runs to our stocli. You can find a rug suitable for any ronni in your home amongst this selection, which is exceptionally varied in color, 'pattern, (inality and price. LINOLEl VI AM) COXUOh- Ijai'EPtit. selection in Southern Alberta. Oilcloth at ............................... $1.00 Linoleum at .............................. 01.73 lnlaid*Linoleum ...........................'v3.00 All Two Yards Wide CongoU'iuii lings, - - .$11/25 OxKH/j - $12.75 - - to $8.00 pur pair Going at 25% Discomit Of! for i Hi is w