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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 1917 THE LETHHRIDGE DAILT HERALD m CAN ONLY ACCEPT PEACE if Pxog atrothprshlp ia arms cemented and teMjd KatUins Will aol Ve many fait In faithhil alilaaeo to its treaties and even tlirough the llth Uon IKI battle against our wartiled Ans will be able to attain the goal of it WaclTot the possession of Vie look serious upon the optimistic sentiment In Iho entente countries caused by Americas It to rcctoii how muchtoa Tiago is to transmit uu army trom Aoiorlca to how much tonnage isireQuJred lo such an Frdnco aud England scarcely able to feed and thel own armies InCuonciiiE the j economic situation still After i preTloua aucceaa we shal ba able lo master this situation alsothrough pur particularly the JThat li our firm convletiouand assur We anil our cnti look forward to aiiy further de yelopmebt of military events with xalin Tho aU Chancellor lltchaeUs to concludepeace AS 1 combatants who have successfully ac cdmpHhcxi their purpose and proved A condition of was the Ger pirley waii pos t hie with the enerm lie cession6f GerniaUj We by inpans of unilerttind ing aud In A epirlt of gnc take I guarantee conditions of the erstenco j f of the Germui nent ind overseas continued f thancclor lie goffer the foundation of a laallng re coriciltatlou of lioad cheers Kreeted this hi aa espitssedilttyour reso lutionf from helog iplunged falo through 1 blockftife and a I of our In f ia an economic offensirii sguost us V aires maj be attafned with bmits of vour sesolution as I in terpret It cneers cantot agam we have loyally Stretched out oar hands once It met no Oppose but with Jhe entire nation and lite army andits lead era in accord vrkh this COAIJXALE From Our Own CoirespoaAttO jay IM Hi and Lancaster liwe brought the wives and families to the sum mer ia They aro occupyli the parsonage during Jho and oa their vac HOB at will have ct ot the senrlce at Chin an oaldale for the next two The ladies ot Cam at a diace r oantly ribsd which Is beln sent to military Henon of Mcwtaua Is vlsltln her JnoRoss for th Jtohon spenl a couple sy ceiitjyln attending t Grand Chapter A f rota here took in the ex curaibn oil JVsJnesday to Croivs Nes effort to set away from the la euje receiving much at teniloa here these available Ever in the hay Th jolne inlo Etack ia excellen Arch maaager of tru Is a busioess trip ti Ceiitral Albert aole with fcterest the movemea n Lelhiridge tb establish a ladles rest The suggestion was made o your a few ago that such an end could bo ach eyed by the of a club give Ike ladles rest room thejgoyemmenl idols that if our erie j ties abandon Kielflnst for conquest their alms at anil o enter into listen honesjvr anl readily for to what to say to us we hoid but calmly Jmj pKlently HELP FtEORUITINQ Tort July Canadian Bfchlnder are sjwnSiijg Una here in tta interests of British neek took charge of a number of recmftXnp stations in Mad lcf hon Senate Union1 Square City Hall today to recruit IJing for the British CanaJfl Ian ar il Heeruillni oHitera the Un feSJned army satcf that the fcil done much to aid recruiting MOT tap jUnrlcan forcss during the Afjp they have DTTOWNED Medicine July itathtng In Personscreek In this city last Aght Albert years old aoH or ThomasLittle ford jcot into tL hole ana JackCamp Jwnped in Aith on him hot nevei Gamp irW 27 years cpme from Scotia Both bodifu were iulcMy recovered bati life y was ei At a recent meetta ot the schoo board It wasdecjdeu to purchase fur nlture and equipment for a third school to he opeaed in September The application of Jllss of was UK new teacher liss Hunt will continue In charge ol he primsry grades and art aad Miss Hoss will have the Intermediate rades and the domestic The ioinestic science room will be fitted p and hew branch of the work The enrollment will be increased in September of new ram lee recEljtly settled Pawion entertained CpaidilB frinds at her Lethhrldge honor of her Miss Mad ellnB Calenosky eatertalaed the com with Bildfyleturnel from a busi ness tfjp of to 7jadiesAldmet Thursday af A pleiEanl Several Be ladles present ONtlEOUB NEWS CrTflth OUTxOtrn 1 Fin the west half of section is fortunate in having A good spriag0n the from Red will ea ter halt of section and has arrived witii his ready to SO and Dolvea ot Pennant dOr eille as chauffeur were OneFour vis itors last Very MUIe rain this vear pat the crop in the doiibtful although on well prepared wheat is look ing wen and growing Mayaard Isbuilding oa Ihe north of He found a jood sscply of water with a test aug ur a tevf feet beiov the and elected ahomesite near the proapec ivs David Ormiilona new house on section 33 looming up and will soon be reatiy for He will try wattr ia front the hoass without Berrypicking has the order Wetherell gathered i gallon of Strawberries from a palch In her Others hare reported home grown strawberries with cream bill of Satur day theMtsses Duncan and Lindsay Mary Wethereti over in Gooseberry and were quite successful In gstlng a supplyof wild John for IT years Dominion fisheries inspector for eait aad west died at aged 77 v An Ice Cream Parlor YouVe Sure to Enjoy Yonll enjoy ice cream Our farter li ef the Invitlnj and and s and other mtnte and wnll Our k the In We have all fresh and choice confec The Olympia DiyiNHYSTUDENIS COXTIXPED Quntlon ot Ike milltarr Mil ru returned In wiunilttee ot the of com mons this shortly afur tL house Repiyinit to s sjaesUw by Charles SolicitorGeneral Melghen tald that there Is a provfc on la the bill allowing professional ien ot military when called Line to wind business Kodolphe Leuileux bis Inquiry to payment of the asurance premiums on policies held y men callod to the HesaW tho question was a serious one for many people and the gorefauwut should either assume the excets premiums or to protect by imeudlng the Insurance George Graham said that he smallerinsurance companies are uol able to take war If a aximum premium were impanies might put out of The light assume tho liability Iwrorred In all dlvlattjsludeuts who comueaced before the bill ia shcitM be exempt Sir Stm HmcliM oppoxd the ex emption ol a Sir WllfrW Laurlw that clause were reytotwi to form a large umber of young men who oujht to be eiempt would at mra yet a part of tha He with the views of Sir un That had been IhVlaw ia FTSIK bat H was itrousV object oil France would have to hava followed law of Oreal where clerry are eienpt from mllllary hoped the prime minister would not persist tn his Sir Robert Borden replied that If the novernmeat had proceeded under thsmllltla anil selected wen by ballots there would be ex ompllon of dirlnlty Under thh bill Ihey can claim exemption from the he higher William Pugsley said had been informed that Ihe Hailed States overament had assumed llabUUy for ie Insurance up to Sir Robert Borden said Uiere luch force In what Qraham had The finance he add hail just returned from on and hewould theQuestion p with The one vhlch could not be dealt with In con ectlon with this Str Robert Bordm moved that tha lause exempllas divinity be he said It ds Ided that the Etud Included a wider body of oni than was at firstthought More covered a class a Surge num sr of whom do not desire was suggested that these hould be loft to take advantage ot ici exemption might granleaby tribunal Sir Questioned the eaning of the word The two real Anglican and oman Catholic had orrtalned priests bom they called the Did e words In the act also apply to the Inlstws of the Presbrtertaa Bap ist and oluer religious i Sir Robert replied thatIhe mmls rs of all recognized denominations ere Lemleni BUSH DRIVE By Cfcarlet Grasty General In France July British front hat particularly interwl tog for Ihe last fW both becauce of the presence hwe ot Ihe king and quten and eneral eipectallon of another The contrast between preeect con dltons and those prevaillag when 1 vlslled the front last February is The British were then fixating in condlfloha fjn tho weather Is favorable and eon3itls3 make for The effect of big such K Americas round Ing into the failure of the sub marine warfare to aocomplhh its machheralded the Internal eruption In Germany and Russias re turn to hojttltttes are felt Irench and but the soldiers deepestsensiDniUes instouched by what Is concrata and nearest t walloping of Friti at was not militarily j but liiimaalv II was raost encouraging and must be rated larger things fn its effect on the moral of the araiy Officers and men are beginning to feel sure of thimselves as a fighting body iuch incidents u that at Meuport IMPORTANT UNRESERVED HUCTIOIISHIE OF 1030 HEAD OF BEAn HORSES AND WEIiBffiB YOUK HEREFORD CATT1E AT THE MAPLE SASK 191 7 AT 1130 SHARP Favorsd with Mm we will offer to public Without followlna rtock to Mip e Yard for pjbllc and ttcek convenieiwe 230 HORSES BRANDED T BIGHT AS 39 Gray and Clyde 4 to 7 years some with colls at lo farm lol 400 32 Bay Perchtron and Clyde 4 to some with colts at Most broke to farm 1200 to 29 alack and Brown Grade Percheron and Clyde 4 to years a number of colta at foot and some 1200 to 1400 23 iYearj Filllea and sleel blacks and browns will make from 1400 to 1500 24 ana make from to 1500 horses black 55 black Work and 790 STEERS AND BRANDED x LEFT HIP Prne and man suitable forshow pur 106 In eilra good ii iv Ter7 to forward tra gU8llty aolj n llno 2 tlna mostly 113 v ne ana fn Sore mi ln r o T weighing over tm who la the o all S75SS5 sSs NO by Bank MacLean AUCTIOMlMi AND LIVESTOCK 8TOCK AH or the slopping was appropriatuitsi la their fbul eiamlaatlon by the sovereign what may be tho very top of tbelr and on Oie eve ft a maifmum of I have followed day or two behind at many Polnti visited by the aud the Interest which they aroused was BO eilraordlnary that much of the show was alii jolatr The Irapniasloa ot BritUi gained In a few days at thn front under these circumstances Is simply Bveryono knows the the fighting highly organiiea perfectly supplied and supported Adequate factories at home for shells and guns coordinate vlth a transport that ria eneaiy has never been able to eerloiulr Interfere with There Is limit to with machine ammunition and auto The development of the id other forms of artillery with the acceisorlea of air observation and greatly reduced the fclsh cost of an Tho per of casualties now lower than on he as the of fensive licroafter Inevitably must llo with h9 allies arms this establish ed principle wilt work greatly to our A MACEDONIAN July von Tlrplti has telegraphed an appeal to Emit the NationalLib eral who Is now an o Operiingof Agricultural School at Clareshplm i v The Pforacia Agricultiiral QaTes will REOPEN on examination the coune I age for admlwlon for ii and fer itudenti ihoutd apply at FOR CALENDAR AND fVRTHER PARTICULARS COMMUNK GATE WITH irOiXORABLE DUNCAN Minister of Edmonton PRINCIPAL SCHOOL OF Record be ThereOn the on the in the Air is a ringing defiance flung to a sure to strike fire in the soul of drani and the splendid bantone of Arthur Fields make thjs record truly like it in oticjrtrength are these other I Great Patriotic Songs A2ZTZ loinch BE THE MAN BEMIMn THP uau ON THF m THE A227I THEPLOW fffi Arthur baritone lonch ITP TUP B u WHAT KIND OF AH AMERICAN ARE YOUT Arthur ban up THE BAND HERE COMES A j Helen Louise and Frank EVERYBODY I Helen Louise and Prank COUNTRY AND joinch COUNTRY JOANOF ICeniy ilst of the such Till the CloudsRoll from Oh catchyand by star of and James Harrod opertic Johnnyl the hit of Follow rendered by ElSh Krieh yillc star also Iwche great two long awaited Icaintk dance records it ust as brilliant and perfect in rhythm as the famous 4 Sclumbia dance records I ucy emon two wtlllovrf j Hamsoni two hymns by Rodehcavcr Scotch dialect and talking novelties comet guitar instrumental recordings completing a liM that is undoubtedly in popular appeal ever Every record a you can prove ittoday at Columbia New Colombia on 20th of every 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