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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FAOB THE LETHBR1DGE DAILT 'HERALD THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1917 Deralb Blfcrta PAILY AND WEEK LY RrtMt delivered, per week .1C Pally. delivered per year Dally, by malt per year Waaklr. by mail, per year .Wetkly, by mill, per year tc, U.S.. JIM Bnsratss Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan President and Kanlglni Director John Tomnco Buslneas Dates or expiry of suuscrtpttonj daily oa addreia label- Accept- ance of ripen expiration dite li cur authority to continue Your Klna and Obuntry You Right Sow I. men between !9 and 16 with- out children. men between 20 and H with not more than 3 children. men telween 55 and 46 with not more ihan 2 chlldroa between 20 and 31 with not more laan 4 children. mee between 35 and i6 wllh oot more- than 4 children. men between !0 and ti with more than 1 children. New Zetland Is tot an oltsarchy. Long before the war came to educate i the allies Into' th; srssnlied methods ai lUte locVUsm, Zealand bad public ownership and control ol such esacntlal Industries as wnyi, telephones, telegraphs, light, heat, power. cltlrens ol Nc-w Ma apparently ba en- thused to almtfit any measure of na- tional service -where they ara actuallt serving for Sue nation and cot (or pri- vate gain. A' New Zealand cablnel minister referred to the llklihood of the government baring to organise lha available manpower (or vork on.the farms. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The 'of Ihe Teutons ngalnst the .unopposlnc has carried Ihe enemy forces beryond Turnapol and Ilallci, and Is allU no Indication of an attempt at a Eland by the Rus alms. Their aelreat bus assumed gi- gantic proportions, and the situation with respect to the daliclan fronl tc alannmg In the exlreme. Capita) ptm Ishinent is now tslnjl urged [or the deserten, tat If put into e would hire to be carried out wlio'.wsle scale, for whol? reslments hare deserted the nrlng line. The Freadi hays become Tlctortoni In the MTere ftuhltni which hai been 'In protnis" fer tie past weet or more on Ihe wettert front. The exlenalre attacks launched by the Germans hare prbt'en ntler f ajinrej, 3nd the French hart again laxen the offensive, driv- ing the from IKe last Teetlge of trench tateu recently, and forcing of their own linea with ter- losfiee. .ArttvlUw on the British front are u yel confined ,'id raids' on enemy UP I PASSING BUSY MAN (.'.liner Buibank. noUd hcrllcaltur-, Let is reported sutlously 1U et bis hc-eo at Sin' fiosa. Col. LteuL Coi. Thoraai Sfe-ort. prom- inent la Belleville Hie snd a inembor ft many Is draJ Jn his 70lh vcir alter a long Illness. On August 1 the Niagara Falls club's properly vlll be auctioned oB to meet the obligations ol about 515.- 000 against It. Doro'hy, the 7-year-old daUBhtsr of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rumpell. Kit- chener. Ont.. died is Its result of the accidental sdmlnlsle'rlng o! a poison- ous disinfectant. bar-making Thomas Isasr, a farmer of Cameron Point. Ont.. was thrown OS the machine on which Ue was riding, anil bis neck was broked, causing instant death. to the point whera It is either get- on or. get e'J1.. WHEN' THE. HOUR OF PEACE WILL STRIKE. wmld; like to thlni it was fact, bit we 'very much doubt the re- port following io hgs been granted his com- j presented a medal islon as a lieutenant in'the, Fores- Queen Elizabeth Alter three years tiio political lead- pie Jack or tn In Canada ire beginning to learn Pat5i'DOHI.i and former mayor of Klk that this war cannot be carried oaf- much longer a> a profitable private enterprise. The whole power ot the nation cannot be consecrated to the task nnlll Canada Is organized 02 Zealand's basts of national service. In the advance.of forces ol democ- racy. Coniervatlve Canada Is laboring heavily In the fear; Ibis Dominion Is trenches; irtlcK hare be-j eissfnl. _ highly toe- widely circulated In .Germany: When will peace come? It will come when Germany- the lime li approaching. Germany has learned the les- son: of the if jr. when it has fo as everrl; other nation has had ieanC ttaVibe voice'of Europe can hpnr of peace' will 'will no when m! try Depot at Borden. The negotiations between the Bel- glum Ilelte! commltlea ot the Dutch government and the Dutch ship own- ers have been successful. Dutch ships will probably take'over the work of oil the allied relief ships. The city of Ottawa has applied lo the Ontario railway board for the eslabllshment there of two municipal fuel depots, (or which the sum o[ flGfi.OOO has been allocated by the city council. In view ot tho national ncceisily coal Iho Derbyshire M Georga U. Allen, Toronto maaafer lor the North American Lite BUCO company Is dead. Thoiaai Hanisl, instructor U tfce provincial government demonstration farm, Quebec, was struck by In a barn and lutantly Capl.'Kynaston Cross, ot tba Artlllerr. only o( the .late ,5Jr. Kynsaton.Cross, barrister, o{ Ottawa. has been killed in action. -He IS years of age. The coubfuard cutter-Unilja la about lo start-a tour of western :AI- oska canneries to secure ,the i of all pereoai lo un der the U.S.' draft law'. Privates John 'Bennett aiad Johc Nicholson, invalided back to Canada, were given welcome. Rea- freir. Out and each presented with a clvtc cheque Kins Victor Emmanuel bt Italy'has medal for military1 valor of Belgium; in ex- pression of his admiration for the courage the queen has since the beginning of the war. Dr. Xlncent Daly, son of Patrick a Kingston newspaper has clven the rank o! lleutenant- coloiel In the Rhode- Island Field hos- pital of thu American army [or over- HiU mlUlou dollars' worth ol wooleu mill machinery, Etock In luann- facture [or government purposes, and 111 property were destroyed by flre at tM plant o! t'Jd Waterloo Mupiuiy, at Waterloo, N.Y. T. -'A. Kuyarchuk, proprietor of the Pclrograd hotel, Kdmonton, la oue o[ ecallou ot three Russians yolnted to proceed to Europe- from CalLlda to lay before the allies and particularly the provisional Kuisian Kitrnment, their views on the war altuatlon as It affccti .their native country. Tke surplus ol Canadian In Eaillsh camps hat been psrlially by allotting them lo the Imperial forcet for employment en Uie lines of coBimnnlcatlpn In France. It It slat- rd that they will retain, their presenl rank; but receive the pay of itaD equivalent to a captain's while the separate allowances will be hitherto. Eighty cent, ot the shingle mill! In the territory ccuiprlslng Vancou vcr, NCK Westminster, Port Moody r. place ot 10 uonn, vhl6h been he working day In this InCutry here- The Ufa demand this change n houri wllh the time waxes at be- on. The Ceutral Canida Exhibition as- tCK-latlon his prepared a haad- aome Ic memory ot the late ohu BrlKtrt, who up to the time ot >ls death Ibis spring, wai president >1 the association. The book Is beau- Jfully and enEraced -and coutalni tho of the director! ot the association. The volume u lo be presented to Mrs. Bright la testl- :ion has recommendcfl that its 50T- Traction Engine RE PAIR 3 We ire wen Kindle ill kinds of repair worfi on either flai tractor-v Only .high elau .work our and wMI quote prtces that Bright ---f-! NIVEN BROS. INSURE NOW You cannot afford to gambit. We havv received fair actttementa promptly, from company an npreaentlng- Alberta Securities Bthnoral Block Lethbrldgc :burne and the Frastr as of a strike ol the tor an eight hour iajr mony of the esteem- tn which lale Mr, Bright wan ium uj UIj D the exhibition illxectonte, The entry of tho United Btatn Into Ihi) world war hat bvea. commemcir- ated in peruiiaea; torn by tie atrlk- lu{ of a medal, The flrtt taree med coming, Then will Ihe world begin to Uiliik slbil'ltyi .np i 'ifa order of th.t once put In a drug slote. Thtre Is' rrjom yet .for a (cw more of BeceaBarv eater- prlsss. Hurry RodVds ha) retnmed to Cil-i gary for medical treatment after bo-: Ing wllh hit parents t couple ot weeks ilnce MR return fronb the' front. Ifa hopet to be baclt IB a ,few weekii'ferl 8O04- NIsa.Kaiel Greenroan of GirTnaAcay' la home for a vfeek'rf vacation with her i parents. Carl Orcenman, who hasi, been ens-aged near SumeX If Kent I Entrance Fee Second (10.00 for 3 dayi BROMCMO RIDING, 12SO J10.00 for 3 Wllhwrt aaddla 4.00 for 3 day. STEER R 1.01 NO, wtth saddle...... t 4.00 for 3 dayi Without uddle............ GIRLS' BRONCHdl RlOlHO CONTEST, with aaddlt Bare Bocit 7.50 for 3 OONTEST HO: BZS Free BULL-DOOQINQ CONTEST U5 CALF rOFJNQ" AND TYING i.i.. SRANDINQ CONTEST, Knlfht Company ajilnit all eomtn, 2) IB' 11J Int. .Entrance Frr iz.'M each -imi WILD HORSE RACE .KM ejch d.y WILD A prlie of will b> given'to one furnlehlhf worat book- Inj horae; Ray Knijhl'l f" Side beta wlli be made bronehoa cannot without pulllnl leathw. 1070 of purte tGQ RACE on hone batk...........1.. of purse HARNES4 RACE, pace tr trot tM 10% of RUNN1NO 10% of purw flELAY 10% of purte FOOT RACE 416. PRICES: General Children Ckllflren under 10 Grand Ilcsen'Cd Heats Free s. F. KIMBALL, (or a id I ;