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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME JULY 1917 NUMBER183 ONE LECWJED WAR VETERANS ON THE HUN BUT NOT FROM T1IISG13KMANS M Pafrtce is Chosen That Take Action Against July Gazettes Ottawa correspondent this morning soys in part as When Sir Robert Bordcn introduced Ms resolu lioii for the extension ot the parlia mentary term yesterday Its reception emphasizedttie breach in tlie Liberal A request from SlncLeau of a war fpr further delay of its brought em phatic disclaimers from Frank Oliver eni JItirphy that MacLeanvoiced their Williaja Pusfilcy urged Immediate con Willrid Laurier declar ed his decisionoil this question was another war expressed ilifc hope that the protest of bis former chiet would not lio permittedto influence the govern jnents MacLeans re quest s The extension resolution will again come before parliament It vIH boSupported by all1 the govern nint members and most of the war iut will he opposed by Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his supporters in ilie This opposition will seal the fate of extension legisla make an election nec essary this With nn election as sured thedemand for such a contest before conscription Is put into effect will lose considerable ofIts forces War1Liberals took the first step this iuorning toward thoroughly dis Eclating rihemselves from former part associations beientecn of them In caucus ind formed a new par F F Pardcc as Chairman and spokesman Mr Pardeo was iiomln ted for IWs office b I B Can ell anl A K MacLean The general po litical situation discucsfed ind an o her meeting called for tomorrow that while most of the war liberals favor an appeal to the support extension and other government legislation during Ihe Pass July the conclusion of of the LUierals supported the military service at noon the following resolution was given out for pub in the must continue to absorb the best energies of tlie country tilt a full and complete j victory of the allies Is This is especially dear to all Liberals who fromlime have fought for democracy against auto cracy and for the national and self governing of small Canadas own future safety is abso lutelyInvolved n such a That we record our unbounded ad of andour nndlachargable debt the gallant Canadian soldiers and nurses who have offered ami In cases given their lives ttr the worlds That weexpress our appreciation ot the splendid patriotic gifts anil service by which pur WMIWII and have done ihcir utmost to emulate the example of their sons and brothers in Hie That we endorse all necessary tlDts to secure the numlier of men to fill the gaps In tho Canadian ranks without anything short of this amountsto betrayal of tht living and the That theorganizatlon of the man the be qccom panled by o our system of taxation To meet wa time which will ensure those who donot lighl will pay In proportion to their ability a has been done in the In other liritlsh In the Unttet States and In othfw allied countries immodlale steps bo taken t eradicate profiteering Tfhcther In toot munitionsor 61ner It Is thst the question o extension by th It is wa the question New Name of Royal House July George at a meeting of the privy council announced the new name of the royal house and family to tie tiis House of and for Iheir BRITISH DESTROYERS DISPERSE THREE FLEETS HUN THE NORTH SEA IE Hottest Day For Many Citizens Break Iorthe Mountains July admiralty announces the capture of four Ger mau steamers by British destroyers in he North Two other German is from and steamers were with tho four vessels is ater captured when the groin registered from Hamburg iv i h n TlrTlisli war dispatch from Ymuldeii says four shipshave been sunk by des L Of Lelhbrldge nominated M Al berta soldiers for tie election of soldier members Qapl Asquilh 1etf LettbrfdgS as an officer to the Kilties and nas af terwards transferred to Ninth Re V tho largest beinslhe of 495 tons owned in the tons also owned In Hamburg the Marie iign by I ho British war All six made for the Dutch coast and two of them reached the These steamers are the Marie Horn and Heinz Blumburg The captured steamers are all s troyers the North tour cap Ihree slranded and three forc ed to return Since 17 German steamers have sailed from three at one time and fourteen at Oh Ike illspitcli of the first tho Magadelena tons was wrecked off SCand Of the second owing tc the action ofBritish not one vessel was able to eighl captured or and tne three succeeding In putting back to Rotter Of the three remaining steamships wiilch were two were Venizelos Issues He Aid Allies FullestExlent w T h ree M embers Cabi net Ri sipi When Sharp merit Occurs July members of the cabinet have and special session of the council ot min isters luu beerr convoked to avert a are Shlngar Minister ot Finance 1rofessof Minister o and Prince head of the de partment of public The reslgna tlons followed sharp dlsagrepmen over questions involving the Ukraine an extensive region In Russia embrar ing part of the territories of the ol irigdom of 16 Uhcerlainly 5 to Greeces status world was cleared away today with the eceipt of officialInfqrmation that reek government sev rod relations with of theceii ral but is ih a Stale f war with r Information has eparlment that the Greek mjnlster in aris has notified the French govern ment Greece considers a full and ib said It was not a formal declaration as tho jovernment feels the loclarations prev onIkl who with him to Athens responsi bilities nrid c porary Salon of th lkl An Atlantic gu ner and a fireman who saM they wcr the only survivors of tho Brtis steamer which they reporte was sunk May by a German Uboa were pickedup Way 30 in a lifebo British steamer which arrive here H was reported by her o Tho rescue was of ficers on the trip from this port to Tlie Daleby was avesse of tons NO ABDICATION Pekiiil Tuan has decided that an ab dtcation edictV unnecessary it deaToring to weafcen his pow he inlehdsjto re lainthe V j These are the dog These are he days when the order cornea from the man em the Write a hot weather request generally brings the reply Its too btoomtn No one disputes the It Is overhead and it Isnt necessary to consult the prove the The fact is self 1 elhbrldga was na third hottest place in Xo neeJ to to Have Six Mem bers Each in the New Cabinet Free iRepprt Ind i cat es Sat isfactory Conditions Through out theiWest That conditions In the Canadian prairie insofar as this yeajrs crops arc are a par withthose at the same time in Sou the prairies reaped their record breaking is ths fea ture of the fourth of the sea son published tllii morale by the I Manitoba Free From ISO points in the Ihree prov from it is gathered that D per of crop Is in head in Manitoba and Alberta and a little bet ter lliaii 5 per cent In Saskatchewan Juno has not been fully overcome hy recent SL Johns July PremierMorris announced In the as sembly this afternoon the formalion of a coalitionor national The colonial now comprising nine will be Increased to 12 and Ihe government oiijiosiiion will have six seats each Sidney Bland of and it Isunderslood will shortly be appointed high Charles Em minister without re tires ami becomes registrar of the Robert min ister without has withdrawn voluntarily as a patriotic effort to ards solving the STATESMAN IS DEAD for liTLE R MagratK will O J CoOperate in Stampede Here has grounds and 6Ter to the rlcKllural of be no as Rarmond to do i Jufy demon rBtraflons agalnsl the government re l siilitd in the firing ot Bhols In lha I Nersky Prospckeot mWnlghl as a I TMUlt o which a number of persons I were killed or The Drlrig apparently was tho result ot stray Idhcts whichbrought on a In ITrliieh turned l anil nlacfilne sunn on each othur idnlel wan riislbrerl a mln The dcmonstriilors wcroorgan liied h the u the dciuocral during thrw time hetween Ihe 10th and J5th of Ths combination Wnlh vlll tiage a Ms slampede aere dnrltu that and it Is just pomllilt both airs from the two towns be ransferred hers as i Sooh was the afternoons meetlngin building the of the two towns to nether wfili about Lethbrtdga tfampide will be fet lure of and nothlnf will be lr It Ih6 boat thing of Its held In this part1 ft Ue citizen aro In OTerrnosslhle The o aecommodallon or In waypf n Medicine Hat Wheels havS been et In motion which against any holdup of rlsltors which disgusted many peoplewhq visit ed Medicine Hats Keth irldge goingto entertain her tors and do It Big Central fair Lelhbrldge has the promiseot the delegates from both Magrath and Raymond that they will boost a district lair at Lethbrldge next year and Meeks of Raymondan Harker of Mngrath were appointed special committee to visit Cardtton to If loo fair society of could not be Induced toJbht with magrflb and Raymond In n effert tocombine all four In to one big fair In Lethbridge tha rival the annual exhibitiona The meeting expressed th betlet that Uthbrldge had thefal grounds and buildings to date such a fair district July a street was running on the lines ot be Poget Sound tnuiHon light and tn this city at the opening of the business today owing 0 the strike ot and conductors ot the company tar f hcen In public life for 40 foursons and two daughters One son Is a In a battalion mer former premjer of New Bruns died at his home near here last night aged 67 His has not been good of late but lill death was not had mention that Medicine was one of the places that was Wo were within five degrees of cen tury MedlclheSa only four degrees Ifoni knocking the top off the glass And at poor old Nelson sweltering awi in the mountains we long to was IS in the tbade Penticton also In ttje Tallea among the Rockies tied with 113 for Ihe It wna 95 there for enconrtgtag in Old Sol is working Laal wluters gas bills are aisfllufely for gotten Those who can get away from tbe grind are bitting for the mountains where It there isnt there are of that come right off the glaciers Tbe cool and one can stay in the witer The business being done In the local ticket office of the C R enor mous the largest eitfr done at this season of the ear of the peo ple are goinlt to the coast and many of them are making Skagwav their destination Alaska sounds like real days Business in the Ice parlors cream manufacturers cannot get enough cream tn demand The parks arc patronised as they have not been for AtH end er son those In charge of javlllor says that business Is three o over last yearwhen pleasure seekers only went out between showers r show Augdst of ther comparable to tha Mot In May and Still Make r Trench pondence ot tlie roadshave been made on the strength of the German troops holding the line on tho FraocotJrltlsh During thoattack delivered on them in the mouths of May and estimate maile on well averages demonstrates that their losses must approximate Were Juty made a strong attack on the French position near the Teton but driven leaving a number of dead according to a statement today by tho war Official officlftt inent says Intermittent cannonad ing took place on the Alsno quite spirited In the regions of Cxerny Cavaliers and In the Chanipagne the made another serious Their assaulting ivayea were return in disorder to their leaving a number of We miln gatoB ol On the left bank ot the Meuse troops thtrmorning made aplrltei attack west of hill AH tlons which have remained in hands of Germans actions of June 2R and 29 entire ly reconquered by us We captured prisoners whose not yflt Enemy attacks the Argoime Dounmont and near were without British Gain Tuly ealjied crpund sllghtl during the night of says to davs statement of British war of flee In thp Meuport commnnfcmtioK writes encountered a large party ul Imttitmj In front of OMian positions After fightJoor fpops drove enemy to their iiSes and bombardedthem intheir treaches c July war office announces that troopa hmve abandoned KalusiJn Eastern Galicia but liaje secured tbe crossing ot uie Iximnica river The tbe enemy from the o CAPUSQUIIHIS os ot nights hovever the present sit uation Bomewhat July importer informs the correspondentJhat thefe has been a big derrfand for Canadian cheese since the government tookpy er Ihe monopoly of Crops Weathering Dry Buf Rain Would Help iltlpnof he The strike was frecipltiled by the striko of llie Tacoina street car menemployed by same lines were tied NOT SUBSTANTIATED July Reporls that the actlTltles of tiie industrial Work ers of tne World in the west recently bad been financed by German gold liave ailcdof sjbstanUatlon after an exnausflvo Investigation de partment How fa this hot weather affecting crops is ihe first question the anxious business man asks these This is tho anxious period through Alberta has passed thermom eter ranging round 100 jirop scares are In ReporlS frqnijihrOiifchoul Albert indicate what the Herald has said are depending on the mimber of lliuuder wblch have vlslled the vnri ous Nb one country uniformly MARKETS whjrf wfieat Octtber total track October for to vsors n and sleeping was nrted tolhc hadthe prod and Ihe board ol trade and draw from to make ths the n board ol trade and thefr special business nothing Is left undone Beeds of the best In A l OS 240 219 200 2M V WEATHER Fair ind very 6 jectlon of Iho wuuvi although llie Alderside Madeod branches are tho besl dlslrlcls as a Bast the crops are more spoiled and In more sections than elsewhere they arc beginning lo The lltrald Jalkcd to a Ormer from Bow He said that manyfields ore turning brown at SUiiybjsrrlca though between there and ilanyberrlcs there are bet ler Korth and east of Bow Island also bu west of Bow far west as Ta crops look Between Taber and tbeilrrlgatlpn district again ttieffe been lack ot Th Vnlston district looking hcough eien litlle be wepn now ind harvest The stubble rops are In Jeopardy and Mil be failures in e in spite of any change In the weather Flrlflers are hoping that the change n the moon tomorrow night will bring he desired break It Is thelrone chancp for an early Crop conditions aio already trig business An afllo icll jou tint be has prospecls if It rains Iliis Commercial trav ellers are booking orders wljtch Ihe merchant slalc plainly lUll be can celled in case rain does not come soon It Is also reported fn livestock clr clos that the price of cattle Is begin nlng to although if rain come soon prices will slltten again as will be of feed in the count Tho hay rhui eat Infnll swing timothy ctttlhif mtarting thU The Saskatchewan hay crop If a M ure One Saskalchenaa dealer wa4 In Ibe rtty thta week to 20 The be round tbe murk start of the new Lethbridge Man Among inees For None McAdams Also Named The following nominations for the Alberta have been received by the agentgen eral here from Canadian troops in England and France Lieut Col Pet er 202nd Edrnon n Jaines CornwaJl allway Construction Battalion Ed Lieut Col William H HewJ 21st Reserves Arthur Jarvls Lieut Col jota Labor Battalion of Lleul Col Arthur I My t In command of Col F Page Mth BtttafMj ed Cant Lionel Pte Alfred1 llh Reserves te William D Ferris C A M 0 Bdy Pte Douglas W MM1 als Bed Capt Robert MCA Calgary Major Tames WtMiy r forestry Battalion barlen H 31st Battalion Cili Staff Sergt Chsrtes Veslern Ontario Battalion Sergt Major L M Sergt AbTUyW ovce 202nd Summing the crop to pull July it this fo the Coxiurw on tim Me Geo B F loberta Catherine at Quartermaster Sergt Ttumms of Calgary X t j ACHIAL July Our aerW nut cmrrted lUttoM at ta a f 4 ;