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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta POCK THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT HERALD JULY M17 letbbribge tetalb H Hltxrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription per weefc delivered year by mail per ty ptr by year to TELEPHONES Easiness Office 1Z52 CdltorlJl Office Ht Buchlnin President and imaging Director John Torranco Business Manager do ouch more Iban It is doins hi this ItmuM cost some money at first blt it would bring re The commissioners uiisbt Tell InTtstlESto what private street railnay systems do to make their lines to parks Certainly they shouldnt Bit down and wait tot busi ness to come to Dales of erpjrr ot saoscrtptloas ap sear dally on address Accept ance of papers after eiptrfction date 13 our authority to the and Country Nwd You RigM Nawl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Political afialrs la In turmoil over for reforms and peace without military have come to a crisis la tie resignations of Chancellor Von and war minister Yon While the Called States is Inclined to place little hope In the prospect that good Ipr the allies may arise out of too sit yet the radicals may be able to force upon the German Eovern raent Burfi as mar lead to alone democratic In mean time tie Russian offcn ifderelopisj a larje WHY LIBERAL GOVERNMENTS HOLD THE Saturday Night is well known as being far from favorable to Liberal In four western During the recent Saskatchewan audj Alberts elections it lea Us aid to the cause of the Conservatives in every possible But it has grown dis gusted at the weakness displayed by Conservative leaders in the In a recent t says The crushing defeat of the Conser vative organisation to following similar fates in all the other western should cleariy show the ofstudylng the and applying a It Is unfortunate that the opposition should be EO weak In every as the future welfare of Western Canada would be safer with more equilly divided Such a onesided condition ot politic ally Is due not so much to tie genius and strength of govern ment as to the lamentable weakness and lack of vision on the part of the Having so much to live and so lime ot a reaby constructive nature to dilate the status of western Conservat ism is In a sorry Those In control have found it difficult to break away from old Tory views and augmented by federal dic quite out of touch with west ern Having led their party practlcaay to political oblivion it would seem opportune for tho old brigade to step aside and let the for mailon of future policies be taken threatening entire demoralization bm by Tounger cap of Austrian and the Germanlable Of seeing in public service some offrasive oa tie Belgian front has thingmoro than self and party Inter fesa brought to a standstill by the r The French hare been active The Independent thinking western In the Champagne district and have made important gains la the past The Rumanians have riot yet begun lo but are evidently awaiting the development of the Rus sian considerably offset and block any the triaas might be jnaklnj to stop the HARVEST LABOR SUPPLY it Warnings from the Treat as to the outlook for a supply of harvest labor have evidently been Satur days dispalthes told that arrange ments were being made between Can ada and the States whereby Canada would beable to secure OOu harrest Hands from across the line soon as harvesting is com pleted thew This Is goat and ie farm era of tie West wfll feel Herald with bar vest there is a tendency on the part of farm laborers to hold farmers cp for increased some asking as high as 576 and per But if mcs from the States are farmers will be ableto tit tight acd pay the prevail ing Even M wheat does not justify 75 to the a harvest t If the goreramont iria Just let populace are by no means unanimous In their judgment that common hon esty and genius for government all bound up in Far from There are Influences in every western Liberal even to the youngest that give cause for grave But no relief baa been assured by faming fo tee wobbly selfcentred policy and lack of real statesmanship In the attitude of their for the policy tn and prevalence wher ever a foreign settlement may about which there could be no pos sible room for shifty The Saskatchewan government had long thrown themselves open fo serions criticism through their tolerant Instead of taking a definite tearful of losing few leaders again tried political game of trying to please As i tending to show lack or foresight on thisimportant In a young foreign children are budding info Canadian it might ie mentioned that of the striking features of tho campaign Was the splendid sup port given candidates WM look decided this re gardless of the party The only will restore con fidence in the Conservative party In the west Is the ot much new led of pronounced in and capable of constructive by eliminating he sordid andselflah manipulation ol at the eipense of the t should not he a difficult matter to and arrangefor a supply ot mine tabor for tie mlnei of Dis trict wests labor shortage ironld about Whitaker Commended For His Many Brave Feats received a letter from the late Major a few days ego containing tributes to tbo heroic service of the late Lleuteoant give them as forwarded by Major Stafford and feel suretho LelhbriOge people will feel p3oml ot haviug possessed the late Lieutenant as a Ilia record Is truly wouderftjl and Kill live In history ot Canadas part la the Juno To Major 39ih Knowing you to be a cltlten of tbo towu of I wish to convey to and tsroush you to tho people of tho heart felt symmthles ot myself and brother officers of the lOtli Canaolan Artillery Brigade on the death of CK of the 3Sh Battery on the 26tb ot A promising and brilliant his death is a distinct loss to lie Ouudlan and especially to this A mau ot an utterly fearless andcalm wttllns to taka any task however dan gerous or day or without a murmur or A strict his section was alwavs a model in goou because with dlsclplinb ho vniied a kindliness and understanding which won the confidence and respect of his HEs name was placed before the authorities twice for rewards In connection with trench raHs and minor for exceptionally good in which was highly recommended both by the Infantry and Daring the attack oa tho Vituy ho was ordered to take bis section with the advanced guard over the Ridge and through Vlmy In support A crossing No Mans a roaJ which had once been a paved national but which was then a series of deep shell and mud to the was a task which and his men took on cheerfully and The guns over the RWgo and through what was left of the town o ho reported to tho Officer and carried taking oa targets as they offered All under a cerrffic pounding day arcl night by all calibres of German lie was recommended for the Military but before he could reap the reward which this last piece of brilliant work entitled him oe was at his with Ms beloved doing his duty is a soldier and a The citizens of JLetubridge should ha proud of as I am of iavlng him In my You will find attached recommendations for honours which were sent Lieu 1016 Canadian Field Artillery MIHiary Cross has since been awarded to Lieut Whltaker date of being June Action for which commended by 10th Near SETjVlLLB During tho successful raid by the 52nd Canadian Infantry Batlallpii on the night of December he took position in an advanced Sap close to entrance of raiding Jfe reported firing of amonal which was the signal for Artillery and he remained there under heavy rlfla grenade fire until after the party had le being thelast to come Near During tho successful raid by 1st Battalion on tie after noon of December1 sots tills same officer stationed himself close to point of entrance and kept up an efficient telephone service to his and Group allnough wire had to lie frequentlj repaired to heavy retaliatory Healso cut enemys wire tno dars and oSserred from a polot to HoMans Lknc close to enemys v Extract From Letter1 From ttnj Canadian Infaiitry Battalion to 9th Canadian Infantry Not only wereVtlie Fools attached to and I might men iiou Whltafiers name in particular who was known by practically every man in theEaUalloir anxious and willing to give us tie suuinjr we asked but he was constantly eager to make susgestions for out more effective vfork on enemy both frop and rear Lltut Charles Kermtth 38th FteconYmendtd for the Military Crosa by Commanding 10th on April for the Action For specially meritorious service and conspicuous handlin his gun si On April Wnltaker took she lire and almost Impassable roads to a positlpn on the VIMY RIDGE showing conspicuous ability and resource in so neit da he brought up another gun and in daylight took the section down th RIDGE and into LA This work was carried the coolness and confidence at timesin plain view ot the em under shell fire which caused tho loss ot three indover n out wit lemj JUST A LITTLE We mentioned recently the lac that the city leemefi to be overlook Ins opportunity to boost bwlocss on the Systemby th 1 method in Trhlch the merry at HBnaefson Park is man Te VniJeritana that the job o the Ii th I of a spare conductor on th Street and when i at ha own chil dren1 go begztu for a ride on the steal ThU umafwnent appeal to ta as LMcj It lacks Children go to the pork hoping that tie merrygoround this two or three they get on this we feel im to eiprcss the opinion that the cfty doesnt seem to appreciate the possibilities of increasing revsrine on red line cars by spending some money on attractions at the big The bathing facilities are Nothing Is done to see that the boats ire kept in good There has been no attempt fo Induce lovers of tlHer sports except golf to take ad oMhe In there la nothing attractive about the Hundreds lsll Gait Gardens every evening during the warm weather who would go to Henderson Part Were there some real attractions rrheflfer the city till to realize that there is a very feii demand for clean atnujement be inpplied at Hender m or whether past attempts not proved saUsfaclory we But conolfions have think is no city could ijopt a policy that appeal to the maginatlon and honest iose interested solely in the future of wesjern The provincial Conservative parties ih the wctt do not seem to have senstd the desire otthe people for That is the realcause of their The people demand leadership and an at tempt towards constructive legisla and This the Liberals have and in spite of the criticism of Saturday Night thai there are influences la every western government which give cause for grave the adminlstTation has on the honest will continue to be for the people of the wett are In a mood where they are about sick and lired of graft and roctcsnccs in soTcmments guch as has been revealed In the past few Sir brought home the a Now that subject of a resi room has neen brought let If something more than mere lalk canrjot be Made out of Lets jomethfng Sir Flarello will have t hard time explaining that he Isnt in Ih food profiteer llh well known To Heli wilh re member the boys at the Iso too rneinbry not to come rairid now with the department o labor report ahowlng hfs enorir profits of Tio coal mines through tho Cro line are busy and the miners are working hard under their Increased fe Six thousand ton wore mined between Taber and tho Crows Neil on That means a day coining Into the Hall a million n month in the district irlll a And i the can Is itwl eooa double tjiat occasion has teen hut has received no previous rewan Charles Kenneth 38th Rccommtnded for th Military Cross by Commanding10th May for the Following Action Near NEUVILLB During the successful raid by the SZnd Canadian Infantry Battalia on the Bight of December he took position In an advanced So close to entrance o raiding He firing of amonal tub which was the signal for Artillery and Le remained there undo heavy rifle grenade fire until after the raiding party lad returned h being the last to come Near During the successful raid by tie 1st Battalion on tho noon ot December this same officer stationed himself clos to point of entrance and kept un an efficient telephone serrico o h Battery and Group allhough wire had to bo frenuentl repaired owing to heavy retaliatory barrage Ho also cut enemys wir aDti M Robert of the iaio ot the UP PASSING MAN of theWoods Milling ister of Lord aud mother of Flight Arthur of has beeti officially report 1 iletheroll taught chonl at lie was a raduate of Queens who travelled ut of Vancouver for lUftuy years for machinery house arid was well nowu In Kootenay and as oteu in superlntend nt of the Canadian Methodist srcalned at to he 3ansdlan Mains of the lay ot Qulute and Kcw Paul a well known French Canadian the slnfl ot Bourassas has been killed in Ho enlisted at tho outbreak of tho war In the famous Foreign tuthc French pmWent and of of the Pos tal Clerks association of the Domin ion of Tponta vvas se lected the An appeal with the Rupreme court of Canada has been entered by Laura Blanche widow of tho late of In ail pflort lo obtain tho first realized from tho policies left by her as provisions for heretJlf aud her Permission has been granted the Reglna public school board to appeal from tho decision p the supreme court ol Saskatchewan to tie urlvy council In connection wllh the deci sion that a Roman could not ho permitted to be assessed as a publicschool Peter of a police was shot aud killed by ouo ol four men who attacked the officer white he was escorting bank mes senger carrying a bag of iu The robbers escaped with tho bag of money ia another cutomo George of editor of tho Grain Growers HarolA general manager was selected by Premier Norris ot the Calitornian Fruit Growers ex as Manitobas representative on thtj advisory board which will assist tho Dominion food con TYiu the direct purpose of prcventi ng nickel reaching Brl government has formed tho ilshAuserican Nickel a concern and will produce nickel In Tho annual summer school for tjachers Is in full swing at the Unl virsity of It Is being conducted under tho direction of the department of Thero are 3UO In John who for four years past tins held a position in the Cana dian Pacific passenger department in has been appointed general agent of the traffic department of that company tor Quebec nnd The possibility of securing assist ance of soldiers of the eipediltonary force who are still in Canada In har vesting the crop Iu Ontario this year was discussed with Sir Edward of wa has accepted en invitation Troia Herbert national fool to take charge ot tna dbtribullon ot all perlshaMa food iu ic JnltfJ ot hai stsricdan acllon In court against Sloodle for Tho ucdou arises out of the oil In vesligattous held last summer In tho court when It is claimed were made against tho plalntm tha The faculty of applied science of McGill university has placed In of Us buildings a roll of honor con taining the names of members of tho undergraduates and Vast students ot the faculty who havo enlisted for overseas service since tho outbreak of tho Fortythree bombs It was an explosive based on a sulphuric were Intercepted by the police and men ot the ment of justice at Tho bombs were being shipped to East Louis wilh a carload of scrap None ot tho bombs contained a fuse and It was believed they were ed to explode by coucnsslon or by Built To Please YOU does please you because it offers that rare combination of factioa and Ask our local dealer to show you the or write for iliustratedj descrip tive booklet SUNSHINE FURNACE TOJIOKTO SAsiUTOon EDUonTcm For Sale by THE D1XON SHEET METAL I CUT THE HIGH COST OF UVING The BANANA is the Cheapest and Most Nourishing of Palatable Foods on jthe Market Today WHY Darld who serred Jn several public positions Gait for many Is at the ago of 85 of inspec tor of moving died whllo at tending a convention of the Theatric al Mechanical association in Doashs son o John president of the Law rence Starch Port Credit has received loo Military The the first steel ocean going steamer built In Xova was successfully launched by the Nova Scolia Steel and Coal c pany at New option been laVen by o Kansas on tho elevator and buildings of Cereals at I prnnoaed o turn the place Into a flour Tho British has pro posed to tnrough the ministry at under which expori tatlon of Brazilian coffee to England may be n Amy of was guilty of murder In the first dugres the pcrlor She was convicted of murder ly poison of Franklin An May an of her home for elderly people at Sho was son fenced tobo Joseph Coop was killed and George Alexander injured In a collision be tween a motor truck and a motor cycle at Oliver of who was operated on recently for a malignant Intestinal ia in critical The demand for shipping la so acute that many vessels of ancient rig are being overhauled In Nerr England ports and converted into ocean car Patrick who has represent eii Kilkenny In the house of commons sinco aid at He was a Nationalist and to the Irish Michael dc the son of quis Co lloussy of who was decoratedashort tlmp ago with the Servian has now won the Gueno Sir HOMES prominent Irish tho invitation ol the goferrtment to tho coming Irish convention as a dele About to Amcrican tHerTCross hoapl fain anil Italian Thf a fund of cnn The Banana is a tissuebuilding food cheaper than as staple as the steadier in supply and showing less variation in One pound of meal made from Bananas has 100 per cent more nutrition a pound of Wheat Ifc is the ideal Hot Weather rood because it requires no It is perfectly being sealed by Nature in a germproof THIS IS BANANA WEEK INLETHBRIDGE Order some of his PERFECT FJRTJIT from your dealer jiml try some of the recipes which will daily in tliis BANANA FRITTERS Onenaif cup of one quarter cup of cold one teatpoon melted one pinch baking Beat the yolk of the add tho water and into the flour add the baking and melted then the white of ega whipped to a stiff Put sliced BANANAS Info this batter and About three or four slices should be Incor porated In rach When dredge with powdered sugar and lerve Especially for Banana the Lethbridge Mercantile has imported Two Straight Car Loads of the finest CHAN GUINOLA BANANAS These Bananas can be obtaiiied froiii the following their disposal or Europi from Ameri Paris hzra M KERB GOOD CO HUDSON BAY KINNEAR RICHMOND TICKNER R DONAtDSON ROUNDTRKC 4 JOKNSTCN WPINA MERCANTILE RITCHIE MORDEN LEE WONO B1N6 QUONQ SAM FIA SIMON SWEDISH JOE PISCO RAtACE CONFECTIONERY OLYMPIA CONFECTIONERY UETHBRIDOE KANOY KITCHEN KIN3 QEORQE VICTORIA MAPLE LEAF s BEATONS KEITHS CLUB CAFE COMMERCIAL cAFE ALBERTA 9UFFET CHARLIE LOO CAFE CECIL CAFE ROKOVEI HENDERSON LAKE PAVILION ;