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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta roon THE LETHBRTDCE DATLT HERALD JULY 1917 ttb letbbttege Derate Rlbcrta PAILY AND SVEEKLY per week W delivered psr year ii0 by year by per yar by per year to TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office 15J Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance flusiness Manager Dales ol expiry ot auDscriptlons ap pear daily on address InwL Accept once o papers alter eiplratlon dste is cur authority to continue the suo Your King and Country Need You Right Nowl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The new German chancellors speech causes little Germany where the enthusiasm in Internal condi are too well known to evade Jacls by listening to highsounding and boastfa the situation is realized by the allies to be the only real menace they hare to combat Iu the war against Germany and that they must bend every effort towards Its The Germans hate gained more thin a little ground in their counter offensive against the made luccessful by disaffection in certain Ruslan rebel iroilt by the artillery units Is further German progress The Germans have been able to gain ilight advantage in their bitter attacis along the western 7he French hare repulsed practically all of these Inflicting terrible losses on the Everywhere elso Ger man attempts hafe failed Canadian artillery is Increasing Its activity against anS wlU PSTS the a further by the troops The advance ireelc led the Canadians to yards of the centre the last It trill not be a good thine for the country or for the young mans ideal sin vfbsn he conies back broVen rom the he finds the nation comfortably controlled by a troop of ar millionaires who have stayed j snugly at home and Irausmutfd the auds necessity Into AVar profiteering has got to he If at Uast unlasli onaola and Instead ot covertly admiring the extortioner for his we havo to to openly confront bio with his it will not do to be too A NEW INDEPENDENCE IN CANACIAN politics are in a alt pf union members breaking away from the old parly a sort of western independence siaong the western marks what may Vje a new epoch Cana dian Ho the nfjv movement Is regard ed by an eastern journal may be gath ered from the following which appear ed iu a recent Issue of the Canadian Courier We are warned that on August 7 and S thero will be a huss newLib eral convention in No rcr name Is given to the political body tliat will form lue backbone cf this It is not a Liberal convention in the old It la a gathering for some tlmo now under but given a fresh Impetus by the Libers split ovef We belteve that enough sane men are behind and in front and all round this movement to mats sure that the convention is not turned into a revolt against the taUe it for granted that the mov ers of this congress are as murh in edjn the unity of Canada as they nro the free better if r UP PASSING FOK THE BUSY James ft Presbyterian are 141 fewer convlcls tr reports having discovered penitentiary than a year dty In lost for Homer 12 years old Mocdonald wh left was drowned in Nose as paymaster of a battalion ho ventured beyond his seriously ill la suffering Ilusb fined JOG at Niagara Fallsfor interest Is being in having a bottle ot whisky la his in circles In the Cana AntiConscription convention it held Iu Port Arthur during August Royal died of was in lin a new foni Canadian Dank o at food to be shortly placed upon the B ai the outbreak ot the by a Fraser river company has receutlv been Incorporat Abraham 3S years a farmer living north ot committed suicide by who wen himself to a treo near hts with a IKghlandors baltal leaves a widow and three from and has been Iho Is a son ot Rev Baled hay valued at Sparling bv Ihe Union Stock Yards and stored In their sheds advisory committee to repreaen was destroyed by 011 tho food control pro of an unexplained Is likely to be appointed A number of names havt The James Hill farm at Xorirt submitted to the dominion will bo colonized and of at The colonization will bo carried out by the Payne In A Samurai sword 000 years old vestment company of presented to Pwsideat 1 bv a Japanese James rellcl ol ylshfda went to tho hoase Jaaies died at her uomc coatutnc and introduce the president by quo of the em publisher of T is a She had reached her Father Call superior o Ttm flpath is reported at is dying in Wtnnttipp Pnthfir Pa many among hotel quests of deposit T onos footwear In the corridor out side tuo door to have It poiisoeu is ikely to come Into disuse forthe The growing demand for even has encouraged thefts of footwear In Members of the Chicago board of rocogultltig a national emcr Mills west of Inter meat took place it UM elery oa A lister of the de ceased it employed at tht Itan Hotel and took in the Unit ed Farmers Association plcnlo which held at Cowley on Filady after to the Erectors Blairmore Inquiring A meeting ot all Uiterested in acdou at any ttniB during war which It may deem to tho best Icrests ot Ihu board and of tho conn Catherine ot was arrested at Chatham and later released ou ball on a charge More tiau a week ago 3 suit was entered for the custody of one Mary Catherine aged ten Is her aunt aud claims the who for years has been superintendent of tho Island fil tration plant at aged Ha was the inventor of the chlor inatiug plant used for This invention had beeu adopted In oilier American cities and brought It Is a good Official messages from London re port that seventyfive Newfoundland soldiers previously reported and the families of whom had aban doned hem as and had gone into black garb on that aro Into Mysterious Death at Frank prisoners ol war at Ger the west has a Daughter o the late Canadian ArUl point of TheeESCr Mattin MiUtarr KlnS SEEKING TO CANADIAN It is well thatwe bare such men as McCallum and his as sociates on Jhe I Councilbusily engaged la taking an inventory of Canadas natural re and making a in as best sources may be adapted and develop ed to nelp Canada pay her war deb peace shall tare been declared We snail hare need of our vast re sources and ft will be well i wecansocoordinate them that they may be uaed to the and with the least waste One alone which is engag ing the attention of the experts ot tfce council may be tarreaching in its la the utilization of our wheat and flax AVilh trar the need ot wheat straw for our livestock Industry Is not so great It Is in the Millions ot ions of wheat straw are burned year by western a barbarous But it the of wiil our farmers a practical Tray for converting the surpluswheat straw into gas for heating and lighting their homes how great would be the na tional saving Efforts have been made for years to develop a plan flax account H may be that the new council of research will find the j There te a great outlook in he Uck tie council of which McCallum is head May they Mcceed in their truly patriotic work eternally grouchy Westerner is much out of as the parochial pa1 triot of any other This couu try eternally by the Ottawa neither is It to be divided by A We believe that the centre of political gravity Is not very The convention in August will bo one of the means of determining its west ward The country is interested In this In no war as a phase of party And whatever It is it will set down to something tearing a nearresemblance to brass there has been consid erable talk pf late about a legislative union tl the Maritime In toe j Qf New a prbgressiie the proposed luliba to that effect not long agoXTfae House passed it without any sfgnii jpf or does notCome of it this resolution endur ed by New Brnnswiclc ta along the right line If the West Is classical master to Brockvillo Collegiate hu was reappointed at an Increased lary for the ensuing re gaed and enlisted to go abroad on tire servica Sir James president of e military hospitals has Arthur Van Koiighnet honorary superintendent ofcom rls for tlie military hospitals coin Isslon in 2 and The strike Vancouver ol deck nd fire room employees of the Cana an Grand Pacific and her Canadian steamers for an In ease of 20 per irr wages has been ended by a of at mailer increase In a few flays and e old schedule sailings will ba esumed after an interruption of three eeks because ofthe organize wHyXstioiikl7 theEa3t fall sol Thereare benefits to be ffoia a There are pro pitislresmthe far East plenty of them In both Party politics run high on the We helleve run so high as patriotic Vegard of The of as Canadian and as cbaragepus as that of Michael j from Ked Carleton C6untyUJjM6 miles from Red The aenlfinent the Both Both ate of the orderof We believe there are plenty ot men of bolh In the Eest as radical as Car veil or Michael And a closer orgiiinlzaUon of forces along the forthe welfare of Canada U just as necessary In thVEaat as convention In the Thia country is marching alter the war li over we that its pace wll be much Ewifter than It was even in tbe vMari Ltine as much to d with that pacts IB tbe provinces wed of great Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well equipped to handle all kinds of work on either sicsm or gas Only high class work leaves our and we will quote you prices that arc NIVEN 21S Flrel THE WAR PROFITEER AND THE are told sometimes the talk of of J3 al that the expression Is 8 glib wtilch bas no The agents and organ of the Interests tgl it Is Itoter Intimates that wealth Is ipay itg erery cent H can to the expenses the untl we have some assorance that Canada Is endeavoring i to do as Great Britain Is doing and as the alma to a large percent age ot war debt out ol current will be a popular or tha application ot the princijla the term con of There la no trying to delude the people that being There Is no use tiring let he popular demand go As the Calgary Altcrtan the young man who to Kflknce with the array may be raovet T or love of adventure owanw he fny A great var now that a maximum wheat price has been flxei a maximum price on flour sh not also be fixed George Foster relused as patriotic the offer of per hushe male weitern farmers lor thi years wheat After man months delay and high apeculativ a maximum of Is nxei Sir Georges talk ol lack ot p triolljm didnt get him or the coi Burner very though to tell th considering the present pro per bushel wont be co too Ugh by the CRIME Prevention ef Waste Eisentlal to r Watte Jri time ofpeace 13 a sin In this timeof national stress it is the declaration Sir Hobert Are you gull of that crime fgainst Ihe nation an the fightingyour battles on who Iho flrln The National Service Boar pleading you to practls Jo atudy every expe eliminate twasl0 avoid all urea on ioxiirie HOT of making tefy Ot tliogi inty happen to but By such measures you can aav your money and giro It to the natlo tot war The machiner tot the giving fs supplied by th National Service You money order post office i bank sells War Savings Certificate By Iniylng such certificates you helping financial mobilization o tbe ccimtry fs essential t nupported by Ihe financial 3lneVonr dollars are needed lo give that sup Are you lighting with the men at the them Save Tho British government has refused passports to the OBrien and of tha Irish trade From Our Own Ccrrespcndent July Pink y of Blairmore was summoned to rank oa Thursday o enquire into tbe dcaUi ef a man whose body was founa ia the Old Man Klver Just be low the Turtle Mountain at After viewing the body the Coroner considered as JotjutFt was not neces sary It plain that the deceased came to his death by the body was so being judged to have been In the by for sows is o make it Impossible to recogntie the features aud it was not until tiie pockets of the clothing of the dead man had been searched that suf ficient proof wai discovered to make known the Identity of tbe The body provc3 to be that of Gregory who is known to have come here only a short wliile ago and who was employed at the McLaren Luin union congress and ho labor to proceed to StdcVholm and These delegates were appointed to at Chautauqua which will come to more lu the near tulure held la the Oddtellovfs Hall oa Friday The Advance agent McNeil present luid cipliined things In gen Somo arrangements were made and another meeting will be held on Monday night when it la expected lhat final arrangements will bo mado lot tho holding ol In Mayor Beebe is i pending a tew days on hts arm at The blaie from the forest fires raging around tho Crows Nest Sloun laiu could be Beeii u jjiiaruiore on Friday night and Ihe Eight took sev eral people lo the high peaks Is The Ire looks to be one ol the lerc esl that has occurred around tho pass or several Passmore and children left for points west on Saturday The first pay since settlement of the Etrlke was handed out here Sat urday and things begin to take on brighter aspect as a reaulL I HEAVY FIRE LOSS July of lost 200 horses and a valued at In a tiro which tend the Socialist conferences to bejdestroyed his barn early this morn held at an early hill was for many years a missionary among tlie Indians in the north and exposure and privations had Impair ed his The time honored custom In Ger INSURE NOW You cannot afford to We have always received fair wttlementt promptly from the company we are Albfirta Securities Balmoral Block Lethbrldge AUCTION SALE GRAND OPENING OF Camrose Stock Yards CAM on 26th The Sale consists of Kt Head of Horses follows 100 head 1250 to 1EOO with foal at foot 1 Stallion registered yearlings 1 Clyde regKicreai remainder of these horses are and well All blacks and 40 extra choice grade Short horn nil with call or calf at Remainder mixed bunch of 3leers an3 Safe to Start at 1 oCfosk Sharp Everything will he sold In hunches to suit This heing sale we wish to Impress the fact lhat get a square deal when coming The horses are as good a bunch as has ever been offered In Wastern Splendid ship ping Unless Otherwise Camrose Auctioneers JAMES Clerk HILLS HAIL INSURANCE In selecting a Company t place your Hall Insurance are two Important to the financial resjxmtlWI Ity of the Comptny thtlr reputation for prompt and aatla factory Such an Invettigatlon will the BRITISH CROWN at a Oont take a Lit it in he Brltliii Gibbons 1191 BALMORAL BLOCK SECURITY SAFETY z SERVICE Is what you have betn wilting It ts what we have all wilting company owned and controlled by tho at Organized to give ut the aervke we ari entitled to and to keep our mtneytt Secure your hall a policy In Tl r r P TT T r me ranners Tife oc nan Insurance HEAD ALBERTA LETHBRIDQE ihwlrKM In Your Own SECURITY s SAFETY SERVICE Does better all things a tube is meant to do A tube is meant to hold long as to resist air The fulfilment of this purpose lies in the word Lamination is a qualitygiving process that marks the line the bestiitubes arid the best and rofl it out tissuethin for inspection eliminating all sand hqles Then we layer on an extra extra good To finish with we vulcanize in the valve instead of sticking it A costly A cost that we But we pay it gladly for but follows our fixed policy to put the Goodyear only on qual ity When tubes are for your tires say The Goodyear Tire Rubber of Limited i Goodycar ahngvnlk Good year Tires and TireSaver Acces sories areeasy to geljrom Good year Service Station Dealers everywhere NCANADA TUBES ;