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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAIL1 HERALD JULY 1917 Ueralb Hlberta AND Subscription Rates per vreeK 10 delivered per year by ytar by per year 5150 by per year to TELEPHONES Easiness 125J Editorial 124 Ouchanan President and Managing Director 3obn Torrance Business Manager Dales o expiry of suuscriptioas ap frear daily on address Accept ance of papers after expiration dato la our authority to continue the sub Your King and Country Need Ycu Right Now PROGRESS OF THE WAR Fighting bas increased in Intensity along tho French front within be past and victories have been re corded by both Tbe Germans hare gained ground along the Soissons front while the French in heavy at tacks hava mad0 advances on tlis the B attacXing near further grounO and nave taken The Russians continue their often and in connection with this it is Interesting to note that tho Human lans are beginning to bestir them and that activity is once more reported along this front Epeculv tion is now rife as to what the Ger mans will do to hold their fronts when R combined offensive on Ru Macedonian Jronts Is and western VHY THE TEMERITY ABOUT MOBILIZING WEALTH Any doubt that there l be a gen eral election this fall has been brush ed aside by the announcement of Premier Borden yesterday afternoon that no attempt would be made to lores an extension ot parliament upon the peopte In view of the opposi tion met by the resolution tor exten An election now is Affairs at Ottawa areIn a chaotic 1 and an ellclioa appears to be the one best way of clearing them the present govern ment is not In a position to carry on the sort of a dminist ration needed tor Canada to 60 her part in thewa Tiers Is a lack of confidence In lie government as It now Premier Borden Introduced conscription which was supporitedby 26 Liberals and op posed by a number of his own fol But he failed to bring with bis for conscrip tion of a measure for the ot our wealth and Indus tries Instead we hare some mem the ftiO by which all and national resources ot will bo orgauized eo AS to insure tho greatest possible assistance to tho empire and the war and to rsduca the cost of living to Canadian Surely tha proposal called for by Qrabams auiendmeut rteservcu more consideration than It received Irom the it was waived aside a brush or the hand Granted that meu arethe fint re quhite surely money to pay tbo expenses ot the war come England accompanied conscription cf men with a measure conscription of wealth and with control of living which made conscrlplIon of men The Borden govern ment seems to be afraid to do It seems to be iu fear of the monied who probably have more at stake inthis war than any one If an election will result in the formation of 9 government lhat 1 not afraid to take drastic measures for mobilization of ALL our re ihea It Is well tbat there should be an Let us hope that such will le the result of the impending appeal the AS CANADIANS AT THE FRONT SEE at the battle fronts In and civilians chaplains anfl are of one mind as to the real meaning of this says tSe Toiyiito On most other questions there sre among them wide differences of opin They argue and dispute as men do at But touch them on ilris one of th2 its at at Issue for and at critical Issue just now raise that question and they answer asone Here Is a dated In the Just one month ago The writer is n young Canadian officer of the very flriesl twice twice de corated for i conspicuous and preserving the unmtlitarlied civilian mind or a true Csnuu He writes out of sober thought over firsthand experience and close observation This present war is a conflict not merely between nations or but between It is the after centuries of of the move ment personal Not merely in but ever since the dawn of civilization that movement towards liberty has claimed the de votion and aeUsacrince of the of Men from who see things read them with spuud as Oswald Grant saw as hundreds of others saw and still are not blinded by the mere horrors of tne They know tljat the wars not mean things of the are the supreme j Tens of thousands of other Canadians at the front would put their name io this officers deliber judgment of Canada can onJy bere ot the government acting as spef an age upon cial pleaders for the very Sirl which hJ willlook back as one George Foster tells us that the cpecial taxes levied during the war 1 amount to Intimating this burden fell on the But It did Theyhavc made Jhsl 1 and many more millions out of what the mass oi the people have had to pay iu the way ot tlgher prices for food and other neces sities of either through inflated and speculative values Induced by as the bacon or ihtongh added protection of given the manufacturers the gnise of raisingmoney to pay coat of the There are fewmen In Canadawho were rich before the war who are not richar to day because of Ihe war which enabled them lo Increase their Why thia should be allowed is what ihe nius of the people want to Why there should be conscription of jnen without n simultaneous effort to reach those who are waxing fat off the war Is what people would like to We are In faror of conscrip tion of menbecause men are needed to reinforce our armies at the toil It the conscripted men by bearing arms why shoiild not the cold storage kings andother8 serve by contributing largely of Ihelr wealth The government does not seera to tense the popular demand thisdi We are put off with promises that more stringent taxation will be But nothing is There hasntbeen a single thing done yet to favdkethe cost of living any cheap er control tho profits of those whose wealth nuts thftm in a position io dictate When an oppor tunity fa given for the government to Itself on a policy of mobiliza tion of our Industries and wealth tor of tho as was the OIL the Graham H Its hand and the amendmeni KrOralaras amendment moved the considtrallon o the term fcftio be dcfcrrf tie hrrng before pat it jrroYldlnr that thos to to wlA be to con lielr fall Io the of trying to the theft of munition coutracta cablegrams from Ihe oftico of Moigtm vraa exonerated Iii the appellate tit vision of the 511 vretue which reversed tho judg ment o the lower The Calgary Western Standard clos a deal tbe outer day wiufefcy It Nearly onefourth of Bradfords taxes have Veen received this year through tho A PortKowan Ucogo Xeel received an order lusl week for Jour tons of skinned and The Northern Kish companys plant Black Lake was de stroyed by fire with a loss ot value in fish was ot lias been promoted to Bentley went overseas with tho first James and Hoy sons of Simon ased ten and five years were drowned be low on the Moon Miss AlEce only daughter o the late Thomas of died recently Her mother died only a couple of months after a Ions The Canada announces that His Majesty the King has been pleas ed to approve of the retention of thfc title Honorable by Featherstoii a retired judge oi the Ontario supreme Donald Moke was found guilty of the murder of his IKJUIS Laoaey In the far north and ivas sen tenced to be hanged by Justice Stew art at Pence Kiveri A strong plea for clemency was brought In by the Secretary Baker announced that plants for production of nitrate from atmospheric liltrogen would be constructed in the Immediately at a cost ot about and that water power would hot be Sites have not been The textile shortage now deprives Germany of napkins and table the use of which Inj hotels and res taurants in that country has beeu for Hotels are prohibited chang ing bed linen iuofe of to tt than once a week for Although the United Stales Is now Camps and has established her own the Canadian gov ernment Is still passing censorship orders barring American Orders In council passed this week prohibit the entry into Canada of the Milwaukee Free and a Yiddish paper published In New censors ban Is also put on abook published In called Tiie bv Arthur Six killed out ot thirteen all Is tho record so fur of one boardmg house iu Sir George Per ley lias appointed Lyall as Canadian represen tative yf tho French forestry coniuils A 17yearold who has not been Identified was drowned iu the public baths at near while The Dominion at their re cent meeting decided to Increase the price to bo paid to to mato growers iroin to 45 Otlie of a was killed by lightning while1 talking over the telephone to her huabaad at The sky was cloufr less when tho bolt struck the of Ja listed in the casualties as Teuiplelon left or overseas service IQ and since tboa lias been continuously 011 duty at the Major assistant di rector of medical for Mili tary liistrlct 10 has been promoted to rank it been announced at of the turning points of and ihat underlying the ot the contendingnations is the cause of they will realize that the su preme opportunity has They will aM that tide is at the he nation Is not fitted for the great ness by the valor of her heroic should be can only be brought o appreciate the opportunity o rise Io the height of their duty there should be no difficultyin per madlng the nation to accept whatever may bo necessary to bring in The injustice of voluntary enlist wherethe objects of the war ire national 9ind are for national bene surely If only each 1 vldual citizen could be convinced of hemagnitude bf the events now tak ing place the nation would not hesi L For the Brsl lime in Canadas his tory the whole nation is by the facts of the to face the funda mental issue ot the nations life or The queslion is immeasur ably greater than was raised by the South African or by any other question in Canadas This is no party It is no class For Canada as a nation It U life or It la For civilization for human for everything worth In life as Canadians know he alternative la Win Ihe and llvo Lpse the and perish When bat issue was made plain as Ihe rneantag of the and as ts meaning for Ike many of the Globes readers gaw the war ta Canadians at the front sea It It is not a question for some ft Is TUB question for Every Canadian Is drafted for the fullest service he can render If tnat smlce Is Military let ie fittest men of mllilary age be ba drafted If that service Is Industrial let captains organize whole Industrial and pit our In our voraen and our where their rcrvleo wllj count tor most at the front And let there bo no favoritism srid no partisan our whole money power be con if is is as lives And let the man or the corporation that mafeea mill Ionsout of war conditions be back to hon est Let every In Canada be given the chance the war as Canadians see it at the In the present the spot where we now ve is for us ser vice we now we for us is war service That is Canadian democracy alike in France and In the military Tbe death tooVpace at Guelpn of Capt Hugh Lorne Campbell youngest son ot and He arrived in Guclph from he bad been treated for shell received atthe front about June An additional appropriation of for the Alaskan railroad con struction to close1 athirty mile gap on the main tidewater at anchorage to Sevrard and open up the Matanusha coal was askoA of congress by Secretary Lane with President Binder twine baa now joined in with the happy throng ot high ing rwith an advance in price of approximately 50per jover that of a year The price announced al Winnipeg Is IS cents a of Sue a 15yearold high school while talking to his McTag In the barn on latters farm was struck by lightning and InstaTUIy McTaggart was rendered but not seriously War madewith a percent age of stalebread and toast trim has foundjits way into on behalf ofthe Kolei association of New York An agreement a settlement ot the judgment of costs in the case Loewe at against the ofthe Hatters North America was announced short conferencebetween the lawyers and union officersrepresenting tie liti William of New the convicted of a misdemeanor for having copied certain letters whea silver medal for ellver medal tor silver medal for Among British Columbia exhi bitors medals and diplomas were Stirling and Pltcalrn of becomes Interested In a conjunction 1 and Jack ot Within last few days R number of fanners in Western Canada have received medals and diplomas fo their agricultural produce exhlbitei at Francisco Fair in Thi exhibits were made under the auspic GS of thfi Canadian Pacific RaIUva which Itself had its own building am large display on tne fo it was awarded agold meda successful fanners and the mec awarded are as follows goii medal for Plncher A gold medal for Arthur Perry Alberta gold raedals tor oats and bar medal for Alberta gold medals for barley and Alberta gold DCEdal for wheat and silver rneda for Alberta silver medal for S AlberLn Jf that eervice 3 Financial Will make it easy for you to comply with Ihc request of the Government lor the peopje of Canada to observe one meatless flay contain the same food properties ami are far They are a not a Instead of irieat or why not try FRUIT DISPATCH COMPANY Bananas and Rice 4 very rlpt Bananas 1 Teaspoon 1 Cup of Rice i Teaspoon Half Cup Brown boil and blanch the rice as Brush agate platter or large pie tin with Pile the rice tn mound shape dust with Skin and scrape and split the Bananas spread over the rkc covtr with brown sugar and put In hot ovenj bake 25 eruntll the Bananas aro done a light Serve on dish In which it Garnish with red This amount makes six OKDER PROM YOUR DEALER KERB WcKILLOP 1 GOOD HUDSON BAY I KINNEAR RICHMOND TICKNER DpNACnSOM ROUfJOTREE JOHNSTON SIJPINA MERCANTILE RITCHIE MORDEN LEE WONQ BINS WO QUONQ 9AM FMA SIMON SWEDISH VA9ELENAK JOE PISCO PALACE COKrtCTtONEfiV OLYMPIA CONFECTIONERY LETHBRIDQE KANDY KITCHEN KING GEORGE VICT6RIA MAPLE LEAF BEATONS KEITHS CLUB CAFE COMMERCIAL CAFE ALBERTA BUFFET CHARLIE LOO iArc CECIL CAFE ROKOVEI HENDERSON LAKE PAVILION Lethbridge Mercantile Jobber8 vrltU Ihe IrintliiE In Ihc r liubllcallou ot tho tallowing weeklies ChroiiMo BuHflin Bugle Times Banner The Australian newspapers pulillsli the names ot Australians who have completed one thousand days service at Ihe The Victorian recruiting cpmielUee is making a spe cial Couimenctng oa August new recruits enabling them to spend next ChrisImas at The Provincial Natural Gas has petitioned the city coun cil to prohibit tiio use o natural gas tor heaiiug during Iho Dvo winter The object is to conserve he supply for cooking as the fas field is becoming almost de Sii wells drilled this year have all been total and last year there was a gas famine with every cold The decoration ot Surgeon General Sir Eugene deputy min ister ot milIla and ouu as commai4srs oi the Legion of Honor by Consul Gen eral Bonin of the French repub took place In front of the consu late at Announcement ot award ot these decnrations wns made by General Joftrc on Ills visit hero a tew months His Royal Highness the of has been paying a vlsll to the Canadian During his stay he climbed Yimy Ridge and look ed over the plain Douai toward The exgpvernorgeneral ot Canada also Inspected of the Dominions Including a de tachment of the Princess Patricias which carried the colors the princess herself embroidered and pre sented to the unit before it left Can ada late in It is slated that tho PatriciaTs is tho only regiment which its colors Into Each of the exhibitors received omas with their Although h distribution of for un Traction Engine REPAIRS We well equipped handfo of repair work on cither steam or gai 9nly hl9h class work leavei our and we will quote you that ire NIVEri 216 Flnt 17i avoidable la lonewhat de H comes al this time when Iha eyes ot tho world aro turned upon the food producing countries as a vivid reminder pf Western Canadas capa bilities INSURE NOW You cannot afford to We hive received fair MttlemenU promptly from comftny we are Alberta Securities Efolmcral Block Lethbildfe SECURITY s SAFETY s SERVICE l what you been waiting It Is what we have all been waltlnj company owned and controlled by the larmtn of to give us the Krvice we are entitled to and to keep ou money at Secure yoyr hall protection earty by obtainina a policy In The Fanners Fire Hail Insurance HEAD ALBERTA LETHBRIDGE j Do Business In Your Own SECURITY s SAFETY s SERVICE HAIL INSURANCE Inselectinga Company to plate your Hall Insuranc5 are two IniporUnt to the ity of the Company their reputation for prompt and factory Such Invtitigjlion will the BRITISH CROWN u Dont take a Let us place it In the Brltliii Gibbons PHONE 1191 BALMORAL BLOCK OF CATTLE At the Lethbridge Sale and Feed of Wagons aiid Buggies and r Double and ONE OCLOCK HORSES I matched arey team 1 mare and 1 yrs oidj 1 bay 6 old 1bay 6 1 match ed team of bay 7 and S years old 10 marei and geldings from to 8 years old 1 jrey broke single znd double 1 rising 4 years old 1 roan saddle broke tingle Z cows with calves at 3 months old S cows due to be freeh shortly 1 rising 3 years old J steers rising 3 yearsbld 1 rising 2 years old 2 rising 2 years IMPLEMENTS 1 heavy team drayt 7 nearly new 1 delivery marly sing re 1 team delivry nearly new 1 single delivery dray 4 sets of double team harness 3 single of double team harness 2 sett single harness driving This stock must be sold as the proprietor has sofd his TERMS CASH Auctioneer AUCTION SALE x AT THE LETIII5RIDGE STOCK YARDS On July 21st AT ONE OCLOCK 400 CATTLE COMPRISING ISO 2year old due to calve 75 old 75 old 50 Cows with calves at 25 yearling 25 Yearling 3 White face Thin Is well bred Durham and White and Is In good shape and must be Dont if yan use any of the above TERMS CASH RED LINE CAR ON TAXI TO THE ;