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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR___ b; je, tUbcrta .DAI UYAN'D WEEKLY THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD........._ ,-FniDjYy, JULY 2i Subscription Bates: Doily.' delivered, week Daily, delivered, year Eaily, per .Weekly, by muil, per year TELEPHONES Business Office We .Ja.OO .53.00 na Little. Eva In Undo Join's. Cabin. We must set from tile idea Unit the business ot government is .to wealth tor the few. tiud allow the rest of the people to make out tho best way they can. "Billy" Carnill's decision to Kick to tho from ought lo make the boys liiillRiiii; belliiul drop tui'ir heads III shame. Editorial Office 1224 W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager Dr. Mevvlnirn is able enough to lill any big job (he authorities may hnnd over to hiiu in England. He has the brains, the energy and the exper- ience. Letlibrldpc is to boast tlmt he is u former Rumor is asaiu putting R. B. lieu- nett. M.F., in the Dominion cabinet. One Kol'ert I.aird Borden will maKe DiVeSdailvCofL.lreiU the-decision. and not Dame Rumor, and date isithc former does not seem to be as our authority to continue the suu- husy about it as the latter. scriptiou. PA lCKEDUPIN SSINGqz FOR THE BUSY MAN E. of Kdiuoutou, killed in wii's a native -of- Owon Sound. Thirty thousmul dollars will bo spent iu rebuilding .Central Meth- otHst Church, John ICiiimuul .McLeod. formerly Qt' tho Railway Mail Service, ditxl ut Toronto. wo I.odgo-of Caaiada. SL meet tins year Your King ana Country need you I tight now! ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR I Attention is ncnv centreing on Kou- 'verJ mania. Her decision to enter the warlshould lhe Le The Supn Lieut. Albert pruiuiul of the Ncl on fjublu M.1 ool j mir itf in antouvoi tq Mi'-b Myra. MicKn golug overseas.: George tie er funj at tlie j j Bob Rogers at Winnipeg tried tojouelph tentftl hi-sintal a. 'make out that Laurierism had injured jdeuce ui liuhJi uul immedi itq I Canada in preparedness for war. mo than nme-jears (overlooked mentioning thut Robliuism j .JJPUJ of DigUv t !had injured >Iauitobii by its t-rookeii- j enlisted in. tlxo Uv Btttaho i ,to avenge brother !oSt the of both eyes' ".in "Flandois. on the side of the allies be imminent. The attitude which result in this favorable action has been superinduced by the greaL vic- tories of the Russians along the Rou- manian border, and the threatened offensive of the allies from Saloniki. Her armies are ready and develop- ments in Ronmania may be expected at any moment. In attacks delivered south of the Sornnie on Wednesday the French made important advances in the region of Hardecourt and between Barleaux and Soyeeourt., British suc- cesses are. also recorded at Longn'e-' val. In the Caucasus and in Galicia fur- ar e Espen- s believed tolmental Farm at sl a yeilr' !to he get ideas there that will mcai- i X. S The one Imnd.e.n o( Acjdeim ,s UeU in t it Piuou Van more dollats in his pockets ,'armtas operat.ons. The ,'armer stays away cither knows it all doesn't core it" he knows anything from! or j resident ot etiskinm and Udmou j ton, died in the latter cit'y Ibis week. The Edmonton Journal heads a dis-i of Col. L, W.. Shannon, paich relling of a Conservative eon- yenUon in Manitoba with the phrase, j arc to he'sold in'battalion canteens j "Provincial constituencies are being or on the camp grounds. i represented iu Manitoba." This I is van- true. Most oE them are repre- William Richard Cavell, second f i cousiu of the -martyr nurse, JNIiss sented by supporters ot the progres-! ?nd -bafti'ster-at-law sive Uberal government. ,iiea at Toronto.--' He Tva's.a native of Halton county, llajgie, nine year'old ol Samuel West of Regina, w-is drowned It is frequently the case that public school trustees ia advertising for a tier sains have jteacher-m-ake the that of'Loug Mfat" (tegma made by the Russians. .Severe must be f ProtestaHt Th5t i Beach while attending..a Sunday .'ing continues in the Carpathians, where the Austrian's are sradually being forced back into Hungary- Investigations into the Dardanelles and Mesopotamia- campaigns haye been granted by the British govern- ment, following much adverse criti- cism. 's If a jablic school I SAool p.cmo. 'WEST MUST HAVE T.ROpPS TO HELP IN HARVEST Sir Sam Hughes made tie state- ment in the other day tliat opposed to keening troops in Canada too long, and yes- terday's dispatches carried the news that a large number oE shins are now available to send many of our boys in training across to England-shortly. We agree with what Sir Sam says in this regard in the main, but we would utter_a word of warning against the Alberta troops away until The Toronto News consoles itself on .the. result of the North Perth bye- election oy remarking that the loss of a bye-election, does not mean that the people of a province have lost cou- idep.ce in' a government. Probably not; yet time was when the News interpreted the defeat. of Liberals in a bye-election as. an omen of for a -Liberal government. j bears out its name it is a school for j tall religions and no denomination fron; B. says i -i'j t r. .that the recent heavy ram has nd that should be excluded, otherwise it must part Q the niillions of }e considered a separate school. Sarmy worms, the-downpour-urowning I them. '_ Pte. Wm. J. de'sertcr i from the 14Sth Battalion Camp, was instantly killed by strik- ing a bridge while-making his way to Boston on top oE a- Miss (Esther Cleveland, eldest j daughter oi the late Groyer Cleveland, i President of tTnited States, lias volunteered, her services at St. Diins- iou's and is makiiig a nobia sacrifice in aiding and caring for-blind British soldiers. In order to revive reprinting.. in Hamilton, the chief recruiting officer has organized a large pf. re- turned soldiers, who .will work the streets and also" .erigag'e- in Iiouse-to Edmonton is starting rather late in the day to. practice economy in the conduct ofrits street railway. Only cars instead of thirty-five will be run during slack hours, and about "forty men will be laid off. Leth- bridge was not too proud to cut its after the harvest is gathered. The situation is so much more serious this yearrthan people realize that we must uee to it-that nothing is done to crip- :pje what labor supply we have. It is very essential to feed the troops at the front, and the allies look to West- .ern'Canada to do a great deal "in this direction. By all means, let us have ithe full use the troops in Western Canada for harvest purposes.. street railway operation down to the bone at the beginning of the period of depression. Edmonton and Calgary held off and now they are beginning to realize the "error of their-ways." ie McCIung PROGRESSIVE AND NECESSARY LEGISLATION The Liberal party, as the party of progress and reform, is fully war- ranted in placing itself oa record in .Support ot rural credits and advanced social legislation, providing for old age pensions, pensions and health insurance. These are vital 'problems affecting the mass of the Canadian people. Better credit and easier money must be assured dor farmers or agricultural production Trill cease and people, instead of-be- iHg drawn to the land, will be driven away. Cheaper and easier money is a crying need of the western farmer, :but the demand is not from the west- ern farmer alone. The eastern farmer Js just as much interested. _Old age pensions, health insurance and mother's pensions will strike the hardahclls as socialistic legislation, but the hardshells are only content and mothers' pensions will strike the grip of the monopolies, the banks and the manufacturers. With them they think all privilege and protection are centralized. They forget the masses struggling to lay ny a competence for the days of old age. They can't it and live properly and educate the children. do its shore. Those. pensions woiild cost as mucluas -the amount we hand .out in protection- toV-the ,manufacturers and ill monopoly to the banks and rail It is inspiring to find the Lib- eral'party; abandoning tfie'idea that .aft Canada s development and pros depends "upon -certain rlasnps ina concentrating attention upon the provision of" legislation that will mean happier citizens general! j Libeial government has put on ther statute books a widow's pension widowed Mother-to. remain at homu with her .Children'instead of Agoing out to labor ud leaving the children to develop The Calgary News Telegram, to fill ip space in these dull days sum- rj publishes a report that Mrs. Nel- house -cauvassiqg. TJ'ith-..the list names of eligible-'men.'" V-. Up to date 48-1 men. in-the .interior department of the, civil service have joined the army :This "total.consists of 136 men on. inside-work. J and 338 men of the outside 50 new men being taken on'-to fill the vac- ancies left by those against T-, M. Tweedie in the next pro- dncial.''elections. Tom won't worry, knows she won't get the solid 'emaie, vote for he" has a lot of ad- mirers, amongst individuals of that jender. He is a bachelor and many a blouse and skirt voter has her Noughts chief ftlichener lieu- tenant "as'one of the most eligible of the unmarried males in the province, not even excepting Richard Bedford Bennett. be a candidate William Smale, a "resident of Por- ue a canaiaaie tago ]a prairie 20 years, was killed as the result" of a storm which over turned the caboose in which he was sleeping. Considerable was done to property in tve Macdonald district, and at Newtou Siding. Sir Sam Hughes intimated that he had found out that the out- burst of discontent with-the Borden camp had been, narfins financially Interested .in .getting the troops back to In connection with the. efforts of Winnijieg and the prpvhijies of Man- itoba and their debentures in England in favor of New F. S. Spcnce, one of the foremost temperance leaders in Ontario, when iskett about the result in the North Perth bye-election said: "The tern-i York, it is pointed" out "that Regina had no more to do than two months ago to 1 VP effect the sauiu land of transfer, and bringing about that result than the found Uie Bagliah conversation you and I are now part %-ith a single bond. 11 g on could have. There is a feeling-' of unreat throughout the country and this accounts for the chauge in North Perth. I believe that if the Ontario government went to the country to- Sharp criticism of the-past action of the Western Federation 6" Miners in refusing for .many years to affiliate with the American federation .of La- bor and in binding itself' to certain i would be defeated, but the i-poimca! creeds was contained :hi the! Ontario Temperance Act would notiannuai Teport of Charles H. 3Ioyer, be the cause." Of course tlie Tories president of the organization, will continue to persuade themselves! that temperance caused Hie jolt, but} Charles N. Pray, i'ernisr congress-j the longsr they live in the dark the] man from Montana.. wljp ;serrcd two j {terms in the lower.hohsC, has filed! i notice that he la'candidate for repuh-; j lican nomination Tor XJaitud States senator ffrom 'Montana. -Florian A. Carnal, a Havre, Mont, attorney, and member of the years SALE OF MEN'S A YOUNG MEM T HIS RAILL1 should he of lo Clothing lUiyors, in view of present conditions in tho wool market. lo rise to pi'olabi- tivo prices in the fiUuve. Not J'or many a year, to conic you- have to buy such high class clothing at the low prices we are oJ'ferino- a I; our .O-ic Sec our clotiiiiig'windoAV. _ c tSac. worse it will he for them. Rev. Cecil C. Owen, rector of Christ church, Vancouver, and formerly cur- afe at Holy Trinity church, Winnipeg, Who left Vancouver for the front as chaplain of the Vancouver Bat- talion in May, 19is, tendered his res-jcongress. IgnatJon to the church. I er for the front as ag0f notice of intention to con- Vancouver Bat- j tesl for republican nomination for Palace Hotel, A GOOD HOTEL THAT CAN BE RUN WITHOUT Two New and Spacioue Sample Rooms Have Been Added 60 Bedrooms Rates, per day UP-TO-DATE ICE CREAM PARLOR AND SODA FOUNTAJN IN CONNECTION. Men's Fine Shoes Priced 86.00 and Block or Tan. -Clearance Price Priced and Button or Lace. Clearance Priced' Clearance Clearance Price' .FLOKSHEIM Oxford Styles.'Tan br black. Button or lace. Priced and Clearance Price A Sensational Suit Sale of "Fashion Craft" Clothes Tins is tlie opportiuiity. that knocks at yoiu- cloor but'price. 'These suits are ,the most exclusive have: seen this yeav. Styles, materials or workmanship unsurpassed 120.00 Suits. .Clearance S22.50 Suits. Clearance Price S25.00 Suits. Clearance Price" Suits. Clea.rance Special Lot of and Suits Clear High Class Suipner Shirts In the Guaranteed pure dye fast colorings. SILK SHIBTS with Stripes. Price S3.50. Clearance Price TENNIS AND fiOLF SHIRTS. While or Fancy Stripes, witli collars on. Price Clearance AND .MADRAS SHIRTS "Arrow" Brand. GleaTancc Price......... S1.45 and SIJLIRTS, Monarch Brand. Clearance Price'.........................95c Men's Summer Underwear In white ornatural colors. Full lengths or short sleeves and-ankle lengths. Priced per Suit.JClearance Price.........9QC ATHLETIC in white (Madras. Priced per Suit. Clearance Price.............. 95c SHIRTS AND DJRAWEES. Priced 65c per Garment Clearance Price i Men's Kegular Clearance Price............ Regular (Olcanince Price Men's Fine Silk Neckwear Pastel Sliadcs and Hand'Made'' SILK TIES, clearance price 65C SILK TIES, clearance price 45c 35'and 50e TIES, clearance, price 25c Men's Belts Priced 65c. Clcnvnnce price 45c Pure Thread Silk Socks SILK .SOCKS. Plain or fiim'y. Clcar.uice price (j5e 75c SILK SOCKS. .Plain colors. Clearance price 40c 35c LISLE SOCKS. All colors. C'leaiance price 25c. 25c LISLE SOCKS. Clearance price. 3 50c Men's Overalls Plain Bine.or Priced St.50. Clearance price Priced Sl.oO. Print Style. price Men's Straw Hats and Panamas 86.00 and -S7.50 Pnnainns. Clearance i "Lt'glioni" Straw lints, C'lcjiance price '5i3 00 Straw Hals. Clearancp SI.95 82.00 Hi raw HaK Cloaiunco pj-ice................ Straw lints. Clcnr.iiicejnici' 75c 75c Linen .Hats. ('loar.iiicc' price 45c Men's Working Shirts Stion.o-ly reinforced with double stitched seariis. 1'lain Priced Clear.inci) price Priced Clearance pi ice-----95c Fifth Street South ;