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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ?f AGE FOUR THE LETIltmiOaE DAttA HKflALD SATUIilUY, Jt.'l.Y 28, letbbrtbije Eifcrta .10 A I LY AND WEEKLY (uboriptlon Ritei: ly. delivered, per vteek drllrrrxl per year ......I3.C5 Dally, by mall per year.........H-" Weekly, by mail, per re" .Weekly, ty mall per year to U.S-.J2.M TELEPHCNES Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchman President and ilanaglng Director John Torrance Buslneis Maoacet Dates of etplrr ot subscriptions a.p 5Ci. unlir on addrens label. Accept- ance of papers alter elplraUou date li cur anthority to coatlnue Ibe eub- scrlpUou. ____ have i-roved themselves un- equal to Ihese tasks. Xo other purely at '.he could doal with ttcci. A var" cabinet and government representing botn parties and the strong fortes ot Ilia nation working for the wInsist of Iho war Is iherelore necessary." "Western Uberals cannot do belter than follow somo slick course. It epUonilies tne bulk o( Western'Lib- eral opluton. Ycur and Country Need' You Right Now! THE PROGRESS THE WAR The entire attention the vorld has been concentrated for the past week upon Russia, and (lie humiliallnj spectacle created tho renegade troops oh th'e eastern frciil SfaTdeg Ir.g the R'lMlw lenders; nod, agitated by anarchist's: and German, -.agents. leavicg the' trenches 'ta hordM an4 re- treating pell-mell. out bt retell of adVucc. Do. what will. "the Bttsslan teaders. aT iti n'eaa ihe Inspired Kerensky, unable to turn their rebelllnc to show -'a treat" to the Germin' idnio Some nnlls Russian arm.v'kave remained loyal, and with Belglsn and B Irpopi have _beu.- laplay ol vslnr and- hare- succeeded In sibVini effective rMLslauce V Eome parts to tho Tefctons. Otherwise uie rclreil bas oeen wholesale, and Gallcia Is again orer-r'Jn with Teu- tonic forces. The one hopeful feature .has been tho success of Uie Rumanian Russian' forces Qa the Rumanian front- wnere; big adruice-has been prisoners caplured- WHAT It COL. CURRIE'S BIG IDEAT Col. Currle's outburst In the House in whlcn he accused J. U. Turlff of pandering to the pro-German vote In the west was a piece of fool non- sense. Col. Currle seems to PS mightily concerned about the west. From the abbreviated press of his {peecb It Is ban! to understand Jus! he meant when, he "There would be In Ihe House nfter election 35 or 40 members from Uie vest would ewe their election to he. Hungarians and Germans. Theee nien would support e union govern- ment. He dreaded the woodea horse .hal had bMn'sadiiieJ and Col. Currle aui hts brother mem hers of the eaet have quite plenty to do looktog. atter their own sltuatiou Eastern Canada. Western Canada can very well look after Itself. It h sent more soldiers to the front rh proportion to Its population than Ihe east has done. It has looked after the alien snemy problem very capably We have a big percentage of clilzsus ot alien enemy birth in this part o[ the and we haven't heard o them holding pro-German meetings In the little school we heard that they were orsanltlnt an anti-conscription campaign to fend anti-conscrlptloBlsts to parliament to oppose CoL .Tietier Col. Currle was merely In- ginE In-hot-weather-noniense or whether he was preparing on Irrelev- ant nag-wavlQg campaign to iprlng in the wat, the reader of nil remarks must draw'his own conclusion. But from what we can see eastern Can- ada stands more in need .of a few. on waving the flag than does the "more 'cosmopolitan west. Operations on .frrml been confined chiefly'e lines, learr Gflrman at- tacks hare been thrust bade, and the 'iFrencli hare'pilned fresh ground, Inaict-d terrifle lossei upon the Ger -mans. Daring the .week Brit sereral snccessrnl "raids have ''been carried, .out, and. the Canadians played VlarRe part in IheM.oper JIUG l'f: Calgary is in cbrulernatron orer the ;'dlscorery of two hills of'polattws coy with. potato bjjgs. It was vseel-disagreeable ficid. are 'quJte-plentftal in Ererybod? haj teen feed 'ereen! i Fonaj about potato i hie "known them for PICKED UP IN BUSY The.dry spell In Manitoba has been broken now amateur forecasters an prophesying that OTT ipcll rill get a Eolar pleius'Jroni Victoria's 'arihUBike.-' Here'l hoplie they're right. The Calgary XtwsrTelegram says crops In lie Calgary district best. We'll see how successful they are-'then in fining their big elevator .ne.xr-. winter, without aid from the Lel.hhridje. district. joes "out and pan for blood sheep While a conple of other men go and pay nearly half a million for a cattle ranch, there isn't much need for pes- simism'about: financial conditions In Southern Alberta- Sayt the Calgary Herald: Fartvlsnl Is dying, hard, especially among the Liberal? in the House of though certain CoHa Prof. Nathan P. Dopuls, of King- Eton, died at Long Beach, Cal. Ueut. Evan Ryile. eldest son of Harry Ryrle, of Ityrie Urot.. Toronto. wai kilted In action. The Standard OH company Is ac- cused of refusing to sell oil lu Reypl bMause tbe government fixed the price. Col. Osborne. A.A.G.. wae hurt lu the gymkhana at Camp Borden by being thrown In the umbrella nee. dislocating hts right shoulder. Tte town rf Tlllsonburg. Onl., re- ceives, under terms ol the will of the late John Scott, r. half Interest In his farm, the proceeds to be used for tlic poor ol the town. William field, 14-year-old son o: Austin field u> Perk, no- London, Ont., was drowned bathing In the though for- bidden by mother to go. _JL Alexander Prmtt, a former well known of Cobourg, has pass- ed away at where for some' years he -'was head oF-the large com- mission nrm ol Limited. T. H. N'txon, 34 yean old, a farmer residing near Ingersell, Dot., died In hospital aa a result of a fractured skull. While rialm a motorcycle he struck a cow- Edmund A. Scott, of Jamaica, Long Island, N.Y., attached to- the signal- lers' training, depot', Canadian Expedi- tionary forces, was drowned while swimming In tie Ottawa river. O- R. McCourrjy, of Madison, WIs.. and B. K. Larchmonl, N.V., members of the Aine'rlcaa .Ambulance, were "the War Cross for bravery In the field. four heads. found on a dump on Menlana street, Montreal, three being (hose of men, and one that of a woman, had been through the hands of students, and had been carelessly dlacarded by them. John E. Bownian, 6V -New- York, president of the Blltmore and other large botals, hai been, appointed a member ot the federal' food commis- sion. He will represent Ihe hotel and restaurant business ot the country. .The necklace of 376 diamonds, pre- sented to the ecnpress of Germany by the late J. P. Morgan, Is reported to be sold. The -purchasers are un- derstood to be a'cenla of" American jewelers.- --._-; George former candidate' for major. ot .Chicago, -'on! the Socialist ticket to ,djs- are Capl. Ailau llarvle, a well knovn Edmonton lawyer, has beeu severely wounded In action. Earl Grey, former governor general or Canada seriously 111 ill London, Eng. He operation. recently underwent an ThC result G( thi uillO-oI-ptiju campaign in Si. Thomas Is that over pennies ard now on. deposit In one of the tnslltulltas. This money by the Daughters of tho Empire to buy yaru tor tho soldiers' socks, The bojrd of uu- nouucea that restrictions on the Im- of limber from L'nitada have teen relaxed, allowing timber as deck cargo from Canada without licenses. Endv of Ji'uuary prices reslrk'tlou does not apply to timbers Imported fniTul Caneda after July 13. v The hopelessly deformed daughter o( and Bva Meter. Chicago, iled the clay alter its birth alter Dr. Henry K. Hilseldcn refused (o per- form a surgical operation ytUU-h have saved Its life. The case parallels' lhat of "Uabj1" who was allowed to tile, attended by the physician and under circumstances, more than 'a year ago, anil which attracted couulry-wlde at- tention. Poor bldr'citlgaW; centre of _ their a horrible it must Rlvc .eno to be lUInf un the edia ol citil- lives ire'rannlnE them a cloae heaU 'WHEN THE RIGHT MAN WAS, NAMED. :LiTiie appolntmenl ot Prwldent Mar- Both ot the Board of Trade to be one. adTisory lood cob lip I com (rmji Alberta la an good one, and the people at tithbrldKB will bo tial bi feu-been named. Trfr. Mevrtoch hu ot the ecoMBlc sltui tfcrqVhi Western Cwada. IB li touch with all puliUcj bodlev rlilcfi are grappling with war-pro b- In thli pirt of lie DorDlnlon able to brlair to h proper appreclatlon'of eils ndltloiis, ind'hla ma food control RhoaFd he In fnldlBf those dlrectlr 1 work. Mr. MarTWdi. Is to whom .the ,wor f DOW', MTfl 4ar ud and nllk Detter and more Monoalctl tkan hit priced prewired bremifeit foodl with cream. A-OU1DE TO. WESTERN Icdicatlons ot the action whlccf'wi "bfe iaSeh the Ontario Literals their conference on Atfnlt 2 and In Toronto, and Western Liberals on August 7 and g are live In the tollowlnc policy adapted br Ontario Liberal editors: tasK Is .lo orfattl> her man-power anl resources for th Winning ol the war, IncludlnK compu wealth, .-.tttntta' food production, VjlvrolUeerlng, natknallullon t', pUnd. and uj, control .o mun t, pn. an persona Atkrlft and econoiuy, etc. "2. ft is.eMentlal thai our Iroo ytt. up by the needed reinfon thai the party staoi 'squarely I oil school ot politician, auch ns iver, Pugiler and even Sjr lu'rier' hard to separmte from elr Idols. The names of Te'members.who Teel just the same re not equally prominent In the press nlr twc.atife H til happened that the of'lhe A. dTnatnlte ezplojion occur- red in the. Bis'marcll hotel, Chicago, sending et.thlilknd leTeral neighboring i the; atreela in their night cloUiev. The'daaiaffei to jstlraated at It .IE'.believed salt.'ot -the recent-labor..trouble. Belore. slate-wide-prohtbitkm went Mty rof this tat jie'ijr .went-, i round- to a life insurance company, had biraseli examined and foniid.that according lo the, mortuaiy lablea-he" would prob ahly-live.for Lar- son'boiight hlmaelra-fofty years' sup- public .feipreasldn has ply ot liquor and salted It-away out Liberal ihsteadj at His farm. Ha.blillt a" special house for Ihe UQuorMd. stored; iti away In the most There them-r--A.really cheecing sign that'Premler'.Bbrden seems to be alrll''well.able1 to his party coal. 'Liberals. Conservatires or pre- coalition gov- emmeat.' It-' a cleansing In In id itlqnTtp th'e.lremeiido'ui It rill exercise In-organliatlpn to ere gallons brandy, wine and.'other..drinks. Lar son had estimated .that, he -wjonld ilrlnk 100 gallons every year for the balance of his War Time Economy AND COFFEE war is being fought in the kitchens of 4.'''Canada, truly as ft is in the trendies of France. The housewife that is genuinely anxious to help the of our Empire will use Cocoa on her table in preference to lea and coffee, as you may find .them ai mild no real food value, and hinder the proper digestion of starchy foods, bread, cakes and potatoes. Savingvat Home Serves in the Trenches There" is more notrrbuh raent in a cup of cocoa-, than tH chkkcn soup, bonJlon "or !beef ertracV You require less of other ft pi when you drink You save money'on your table txpecjatuto. The money you enable, you to purchase War Savings for ytm an buy at your -.neareft bank or :Poi.t' .OrficeaCertificVtewortK, in; ihree' Perfection 'Brand ;CoccS for' the table, and Cowan's Maple Buds or Milk Chocolate Bars for most delightful confections will be found at the. stores of alf dealers throughout Canada. far ACTIVE SERVICE m tht trcnchft apprrcrotc. to mttt thrir Wlicn Mjlba slnjs 'tlie ft-orki stops to listen. have heard her will recall her range ot voice, her sw'eti. lonts. CHOCOLATES have fittingly been called "Melba." They are leaders. Their range' of flavors! their great variety of centres and their strict purity-have them famous; Mayor; Harfie'i.'suggestion that io-hare'potatoes lejsfpro' should .commiialcale with in..qrder that the. council Ue-provnwi. ;w storlni Canada's po- Late promises to be will not likely be a ycnr gooj'ji'rail market.. But rao't people; irew. Ibla-year to in- w-wld's toed -supply. It the orerplu'can so handled at to nuke andlaMe mare food (or nme other part ot the Empire where iup- pilei .ere short, then treryone uio Tmrn a pcich ot potatoes will bft'ln -tbel.. retard. H ficlllUM 'dartM the 'till eni '11' piuch' of to go The fliit Hardle kai to aucb a clrcumitance wlllU awecialtd. EFFORTS lift Campbell n a tofcfnvMc cmnrdunlcaCun from Ue IPnodi lecdfaarttn on Somliy mttit of, toe lerfes of lerioo of the enemy faring tho along Ihe French -Tertwai-fo .tit pol'.t of on the.len benk.of Mew- Pan- polltKal. how, had strihlng 'lo flwr- ish In (he laces oi the malconlenliilat hone ID (he .n'l eliwwhere. "9 I'S would hare done bet- ter In stick to matters. Tie ol lne Ictlclns he Serve Ice Creaitn At Your Summer Everybody Likes It. Why bother with a menu (hatmeans bani work f days; Why trouble I o arrange ,a that only Nome of yonr will enjoy when all of like Ice Cream. Ice Creaiii IH Ice cream Is easy buy. Yoii need to do any "ptaniilngff'flt cifl w iM) and we'll nr PxMc Artnl. ;