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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBWtGE DATM HERALD MONDAY, JULY 50, 1917 fceralfc letbbiiOjj, Hlbcrta 9AILY AND W EEKLY Rates: ftally, delivered, per week tally, per year 15.00 Dally, by mail per year.........HOO fc'nily, by maH per .JISO .Wtrtly. by milL per year to U.S..J2.00 TELEPHONES Baitness OHce 125 Editorial Office............... It W, A. Buchinan President and Manigiiij Director Jobn Torrance BUSIDWS Manne Dues of expiry ot suDicrlritlons ap- pear dally on addreit libel. Accept- ance of papers alter Mptrfctlon dale li our .Uis.. sub- scription. Your King and Csurrtry- .Ycu Right Nowl THE PROGRESS, OF THE WAR The lourUi anniversary of the com- mencement of. the war Onds the allies, according to views expressed, In a very mcch better position on ibe wes- tern front thai was the case a year 350. Just after the Somme offensive E tilted. The large area reclaimed from the inrader ]s mentioned, and the tact is pointed out that German loises are relatively much hlsaer now than ever before- The arrival of U.S. conting- ent! In Franco lends a very brisht to the future ontloot. In Russia Premier Kereasby and bis folloirers are meeting with some success In stamping out. the revolt amone the troops, and It Is hoped to shortly bring to a slop the advance oi the Teutons. The Rumanians have made a" very important gain In their offensive on the southern front. WHITEWASHING BOB ROGERS. The whitewash applied tc Hon. Ro- bert Rogers by the Telller-JfacLeort royal commission, was Josl whal was to tie expecled- The. commission was appointed for -no other purpose. Neither JnSge TelUer nor Indge Mac. Leod had any abilities treater than those of Mr- Justice Gait to enable them to decide tie case- They did nothing but pernse the typewritten evidence. Tbey had no opportunity to observe the demeanor of Rogers when placed ID a tight corner in the wit box. They did not .observe hi: writhing'when lie was forced, to make i charge of gnlt agailisl Justice Oal In order to distract attention frti'm his pim woeful plight. TLey. merely ac- opted Rogers' statements as against all. incriminating evidence and pro- ceeded to declare him not Bnt Canada has had enough of Boh Bocers and his foi-llke machinations Not all the whitewash In Canada Till prevent blm from showing black through the application to the .elec- tors of Canada. Rogers' day Is over. attempt to organize for fedefal rur- a combination Yhlch under Lib- eral direction will siand before the country, as a purely party. Us promoters will go before Ihe elcc-, tors vrhn the tpocial pica that this the firly ot the West; while the' are party ot the I East, the Wssleru wing of the latter I being always under the dlcUl'oi Eastern interests. Such II the plan. Of tits tbers can be 110 doubt, ft Li and tta preparatory work has already beca lAid. In the of this parly will tncluded Eevcral plapks appeal j to the people ot Hie prairie First and foremost will ttand free trade In natural products, reciprocity aoij the like. No argu- ment Is required, to demonstrate In? populirlty' of. this doctrine between the RotMes. Another plank be the transfer of UE- t'jra.1 resoiireev within the prairie IITC- inces to their rcstccllre govern- ments. This, too, will be a very popu- lar. pUnk. Sir Frederick Uaultalr. did' not win on that policy fu Ses- out he at leist forced his opponents to accept It as their policy, even though, Ln so doing, they had their backs completely their. Remembering that a -large number of Liberals supported the PICKED UP PASSING THB MAH mm BAY Tho Clareudoo. one of the oldest hotels Is closing its doors to the general public. The building will be turned lulo a business block. C. P. Kullerlcn, K.C.. of Winnipeg, has beec gazetted judge of the court of appeals tor Manitoba In the place o( the lite -Judge Ilicnarjs. James D. Keith. we'll known rancher of Prlddls, Alia., vho aieJ recently willed his (33.0QO ranch properly to bis father In England. Wilier Malcolm, nn old resident ot Patchley and former Grand Trunk em- ploye, his wife and tbelr grandson, were burned tc death in a flrs which destroyed their house al Woodstock.. immigration Nathaniel ilulLolland, In the United Stale service stallou at Kl Paso, Texas, was arrested on'the charge of bavins evaded mllllary reslstmtlon." Officera I Thres deaths snd six prostrations was the heat toll lu Minneapolis when the temperature, touched the 9i mark, the highest ot year. Geo. W. Brown! el-lieutenant-gover- nor, has been appointed Saskatche- wan represenltuve on (he advisory council of th? Dominion control- Hon. W. i. llanna. An SOO-acre Kanton has been sold to a Isdy living In There Is one section of this under culllvet'on. aod 4W acres of whlcn are In crop Ibis year. Deserters from the German living ,In foreign countries are being Invited to return without punishment, with fair hope of pardon If remain fallhful to ihe kaiser durlni the remainder of the war. Notice'to Mas, was this erect has appeared in the'news- having I papers In Holland. Borden government In the main dl- present at the limn of the arrest-said vision" on the conscription measure, cursei' the United Slates government and Berne, Sn-Uur.Ia.nd, became a some people may think thlt Western Liberals are more intent In support- Ing the government ihst Introduced this piece of legislation thau on pre- paring' for- a general election conduct- eM'oh' party lines- In this they aro mistaken." Organized Llbe.-alism lu the .West is .no friend of the- Borden government never .will be. U bL- lieve's LL can send from the prelrta provinces. to Otlawa a representation that will be In the proportion ot three Liberals to. ong Conservative, and what strength the Eastern g of the'party can'gather, defeat the present government. In a con- icriptlontst community It will talk conscription; but In an anll-conscrlp- tlon commuoJly it will Ulk against the system. Tbal was the policy In the recent Saskatchewan election, and 11 will be trie one :n the coming fed- eral campaign. The inlent Is plain. To discredit e: patriotic motives of those West- era L'lbernl members who supported BDTdc'n on conscription Is the dearest wish of papers' of tie narrow- mould of the. Toronto News. It la possible that machine politicians may desirs.-io' do M the News hints, but th'if they, will rbe able Ho control'the convinlli'n li'a-long piess. 'Western opinion is too decided, and our West- em members of. parliament are not so tied, to thf fetish, of. pirtylsm that :Toald allow party to be placed before coTintry, The Regiaa Dally Post which speaks for the great body of Western Liberal "oclnioa' sees in the coming conTeation. anj opportunity for Lib- erals It says: How, is, the country to know where the 'Liberals stand? The people will require clearest and most empha- tic decle'ratlbn' of their intentions. This Is not a lime. for ordinary politi- cal raanoen'vflng.' They wiQ know the Western Llbera] party Is sincere if it announces In nnmistakable words Its mlenUon.-bt npportlhg the ment'. of '.Sir Robert Borden on the SILLINESS FROM THE TORONTO TELEGRAM. Feering that BIr Clifford Sltlon Klght be the choice of western Llb- ersts u leader, the Toronto Telecram ott this one: la tie past thi Influence of Sir Cllf ford SlftOQ wu associated with lie Uiga; type ot by-eiectloniand the Al- bertm and Saskatchewan type of gen- election, with enmity to every foraa of public ownership end frlend- ship for the worst forms of private- I the Toronto Teligraaa Bay think ot Sir Clifford Siflou, ft !s tiil wide of Ibe mark when It lays that the governments of Saskatche wu and Manitoba ire the enemies ownership. The govern mat of Alberta has done more for public ownership than any other gov ertunsntlB Canada. It bought out the Telephone Co.'monopoly and no owns aa up-to-date telephone plan corerina; the whole proTlv.ce ani worth fl2.Wtt.MK) u H stands today It rot behind the farmers of the pro- Tfoce, when they were tkreatened by to elerator monopoly and today the farmers themselves own a string o Bore than 300 eleralon ot (heir own And now lie government is engaged to Undlnr cheaper money termers to be loaned on terms -tha' Win mske It worth while. The Tor onto Telegram can find no earaJrg to- ward public ownership' In pro- gressive plans, so H will have to'seek some other cause lor enmity loft-art Sir Clifford Sllton, whom II proceeds to imt In the Hon. Bob Holers'class WESTERN USEflALi MUST LEAVE NO ROOM FOR ''Eastern Conservative! papers, _ .______ Jew of tie more rabM of them F" U I pliying the old party jams i i liult In an effort to a fsls of the Intention o! wcs tn Uberals wktrn they meet the! In WUnlper i Aasripat The Toronto noud fo- fvtyfni, hopes that nothing wUl.eome tat of the conveallon .fi tie fornto'.News would sWn.tlie ewt Western Lib- The Canadian Associated Press un- derstands' that the.'agents-general for Canada are making joint representa- tions to. the Imperial government to suspend the restriction? on. Murphy decUred that thU commission ot vukh Mr: Bsvntord Evans h the bead had appointed for Ihe pvr- pose ot kllllnc the project'. Tills bad Hccoeapllshed so far as the pres- ent soverumviit concerned. U was true (bat considerable) data had collecled but there was nothing muro to be done and he suggested that the should closed up. Would Not Block Scnems Mr. denied that the purpose ot the. government bad been to kill the Georgian, bay canal scheme. Mr. he ealii, hail stained with the puij.jTi-ot Boding out how Ihe work couM best 1; out In the Interests ot Ibe people, iio hM dem- onstrated that he was tuo maij for the Job.- Changed conditions had Lmiwa, juiy made It Impossible for the government did business on Saturday' lo go ahead ;Mlh the work, and ibe HM. Murphy Accmsed Evans of Trying lo Block Project Ottawa, July Parliament city ot diplomats. Scarcely another! porliug season. The'apple-impoHe'ra capital in Kuropc CQunts so many of! Ueclaro they would la salheed if al- them. The embassies dnd legations I lowed space on'boats not utillted-la now have staffs aggregating nearly' other manners. There II! -an Inlcresllnj: cere- mony In 'front Abbey f' aifd: the West- next .Sunday -whelp .Rev. Dr. Cuovrn, ?of Torobto, the .colors to rcglmeats, In .the course of- a" square. The ser.viee- in.-.the colors be subBe- persons. The German'legation nas rented four hotels for the depart- ments. Secretary McAdoo, submitting esti- mates to the U.S.. congress for Ihe new war budget, said the first year of the war promised now- to exclusive ot loans-to the allies, making; i; necessary lo raise more than. additional reveiiue. Major C. W. McLean, of the .Ho.ral Field Artillery, a son of Brig-Gen, Mc- Lean, M.P., for Queens-Sunbury.-iC.B., has been awarded a second bar to his D.S.O. He won the-Distinguished Ser- vice Order In 1515; woa the first bar at the battle of Arras, and has just' been awarded the second on the field of baltle by Field -Marshall Sir Doug- las Haig. _ A h'uge land deal has been com- pleted at Vermfifon, where acres have just been sold at approxi- mately per acr'o" for'the raising of slock for eipqrt-'" This' land was sold by Sir James .Oulram. Bart., to the British Canadian 'Cattle company, and in the transfer has been effected one of the biggest land sales-ever tak- ing place in the west. The total sale about F. Oliver, who has been appoint- ed a director Bay company, m place" 6l' Sir Richard'Bur- deceased, la the "well known author ot 'the "Life of Alexander -lt Hamilton." He'Is also oue ot the Tlslt HighhaiWni managing directors of --pebenhams.l campaign progress, among Limited, nnd nlso .on the board of Marshall Snellgrbves snd Textile. Securities Limited. ,Hls wife IB, daughter ot Lord Justice McLaren. quently lodged 'during the continuance of the .war lr.- Central -Wesleyaa Methodist he Jdquarters. According'fo the'Monlreal GaxetteTj correspondent In JJonilon, a. movement Is afoot .Ihere for the of a Canadian aswcWon which will batraess and social in- .lerestg hiuriltj1." -Tne adhesion or'. "several agents-general, bankers and trahspor- Lalfou men had. been prorlsIoocUy ob- tained.' Granting a substantial increase In wages when prosperous conditions prevail, 'modifying', the rustling" card sralem. and givJog the. L miners weekly .pay larger, rillriing companies of .the 'Butle district reach- ed it gener aHy will end tue labor dis- putes which 'have 'paralyzed business In Butle for a'.monih weeks past. t j v The' recrtttlig'ld ilactment of" the 236ti Le'air., New- Vork Crederlclon, N.B. As a result of ihe rilh.less tbau a quorum of members in attendance. The Louse could havo "counted out" almost coiy. time uurlna; tho nfieruoon, vbul none o[ tuu members- were disposed to do that, the desire; being to.-mak? as much head- way business as possible. estimates pf the de-pkrtmenl cf publloi .works n-ers under review and during lao few hours the house was In session, millions of money tor har- bors, general public works, dredging, etc., .was passed. Aid to Dry DocVi Announcement was made by Hon. Hobert-Rogers tjiat legiElatlon will be Introduced' In order to Increase (ho UHOUBC of government aid to compan- ei vvhlch undcrlako Ihc construction f drydocks. Ho Intimated that this aav necessary because it Is Ible at toe present time, for compan- is lo finance drydock projects, unless core generous assistance Is given to lem. When legislation Increasing he amount of aid available for assljt- nce in drydock conslrucllon' was the contract .for drydocks would 'be let to .companies prepared o 'da the work. The'estimates for the art llfify were reduced and Mr, Rogers xplalned that It was Intended to nttke no purchases Ibis year, In view f tie fact thai the art gallery Is my tint used by parliament. -He tost of tbe pictures ore being loaned o various art associations throughout ha country. This was under Ihe dl- of the art commission of which ir Sdsssd Walker is Itogers was asked what had be- omo of the statue of Murcy McGee he minister said.that the model.had by the sculptor to Belgium doe cast before the war. Be- office wbulj fcs closed very shortly. Mr. Evans, he said, was noi iiu- draw- Ing a salary, ha vim been appointed member of anolher comnlsslon. The opposition autgesled' that the Hems should be cropped, but Mr. Bo'trd said at least a portion of the money would, before the Is cloeed. MV Lemieui aoved thai jho vote be reduced to It was agreed In the ead lo allow the Item to stand for the present. Mc- ('are ietaJned. at waltins-orders to-.g'o to When the '.vole of lo cover ae.cost of the commission of Inquiry ltd the .feasibility of the Georgian Bay canal Charles Better still, they will know It la sincere It it enters Into coalition with-EL- Itobert Borden In Merely'deiuirtoB that Its effort will be to take all possible measures tn win" the war "will not be sufficient. Neither wHl enJorsatlon of the'Wesl- Lrbermls1 .vpta on the conscrip- tion That must be clearly One Western Liberal Paper.declares that both parties are iledged.: to -'enforce conscription, and bat .tie only'Issue lu tbe coming ilectlph's. wlll'be the'record ol the The Manitoba Prse Press has answered tiat state- ra'enl moaferectlrely. The Issue In the'eleatrons'Ts'whether "Canada will carry 6h'of (lull- Ibe election of Sir Vi'lltrla'Laufler as leader of a gov- 'Sven' If part of his support Liberal party led all possible wln-tbe- vlrlJally mean A. A. Baxter, general manager of the Douglas Fir and Exploitation Ex- port company, San Francisco, issued a statement declaring the lumber situation In the northwest has grown worse. According to Baxter, strikes of roustabout laborers. Influenced' by the Industrial Workers of the World, have closer] twenty-six of .the larger mills In these slates ont of z total of fifty-seven. ,_ Mrs. .Era Crane Is Winnipeg's nrst motor truck driver, Mrs! Crane drives ne of the big delivery (rucks', for tho Consolidated "llubDer She oads her own truck, gets her orders rom the office, delivers the. goods to be customers of the firm, ahd fo the allways, working albo'gslde Ihe ware- quit. -And Cms- alans. lire 'nftf quitters. A Western Liberal weald cooperate with- Quebec In the defeat of tbe Dor- den.-governrnene would be entitled lo no more support In Western Canada than Bour'aaaa Or Lavergne, no mat- ter rwhal' lu'clslms' on economic is- sues. In fact. It would be entitled to less support, lor Eourassa snd La- at least Eland ID the open In oppoitoj tie war and Canada's part thareln. Tho Western Liberals must Mke tWir rxxltlon clear. DOCTOR'S NEGLECT, Toronto; July Mr-The Inquiry Into of riornce Cook, ;be 17 year 'old icaool airl who died In the Wttim bairtiil July 1, will be con- tfraljhL Tho evidence wai tajfhfubl but owing to the heal u extra tettlon wai determined on wbra the jirori will asiemMa to prtpart.Unh- verdict. The dea'.h of fjrl waa due to acute per.'tonHfs canied'by ufrAiecllon from without to .tbs) evidence of Dr. Oeof- an toted In making vho altaptyv Dr. F. Diwson, iutro now bulldlne a coal (Bed. THE "TWO FOR ONE." ore Ihe slalue had been shipped to! ;Df her cousin, Mrs. 'anada the .country Was over-run uy IB'. Germans'and the work ot art dc- troyed. The sculptor hsd.beea so dls- buraged he had nol heard from him Ince. Ho said the.question of secu'r- ne a new statue' would be takeri up ler. Georgian Bay Canal Sands. Mrs. Ned James went 16 Lethbridge Saturday i for medical treatment, i Mr. Llewlyn, Sr., nnd Mr. 'and T Mrs. :Job Llewlyn, Jr., and their families left'In tlielr cnrs Wed- yeek's'outlng at .iValer- lon Mrs. Hearst ot Taber Is" the r.uest o[ FOR ONE" IS COMING, Right Furnace McClary's Sonshioe Fonuce a abso- lutely iii in construction, in price and m per- formance. It's a made for your needs and is complete in every' single detaiL Writ J'forfree, .desorip-' 'tive'bookiiet. 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