Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
f AGE FOUR TUB LETHWIDGE DMLt 11ERAT.T) THURSDAY. JUNE 7, 1917 Deralfc Rltxrta PAILY AND. WEEKLY Rates; Dsllr, delivered, per jWeet......10 dellrered per year ......53.00 Daily, by uialL per year.........M.OO Weekly, by mall, per rear......Si-50 JYeetly, by mall, per year lo U.S..52XW 1S52 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager Dates o[ eiplry at suDscrlpllons ap- pear dally en address label. Accopl- tuce ol papera atler eiplratlon data Is ad.Vs parliament refused to order dretdnougoU iu 1W9, permitted Sir WlllrU Lsurlor to -plan a, iavy Ibal was a Joke In Its ustlessuesi aud 8 Irageiy In Us Ineffective ci- pense. New Zetland Has reason to glory In n escape (rom the shame brought upon Canada by this country's non- representalloii In the bailie ttett en Ito North Sea.' This war has swept away nues- UOD as to Ibe merits cl a Canadian nivy manned by Canadian men ss a. contribution for dread- noughts. When the United Slates went Into Ihls war, their first butlon from their deslroyer fleet which hurried across the Atlantic under wmmand of a former Canadian. Admiral Sims, to help In the light against German boats. Britain did rot ask for dreadnoughts. If the Toronto Telegram Is sincere lu ils desire IP fee- thai Canada does our authority lo contlouo scrlptlon. thc sub- Your King and Country Need You Right Nowl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR .Again the Canadians hare galnw glory ty the capture of an almost Im pregnable position from the Germ an: at Lens. The position known as the electrical station south-west ol ihe town, I? now permanently fn their hands after most terriGc fighting and heavy losses on both sides. The posi- tion tad been rendered almost uncon- hir part In the war, It do Us utmost lo patch up the difference be- tween the two political parties rather than opening old sores at every oppor- tunity. Thft Telegram's efforts so far have not been a credit to It. FARMERS INTERESTED IN WATER CONFERENCE. On Friday. Juno thero will be held In Lelhbrfdge B conference on more and better water [or our (arm ers. The Herald wishes (o Impress upon the people of Lethbrldge am the southern part of the province lha great Importance of Ibis con Terence Southern Alberla Is ID (ho midst o times such have nere br t CermaDS wlih heavy defences, and It was only by Ihe most tenacious fighting that the Canadians were finally able to drive the Germans IIOTD iL Tbe British have commenced anoth- er drive on tho Arras front and have galaed ground on a (root, of orer zaile. The German air raid over England on Tuesday again ended in_ fnjlure, lour ol the machines having bseu de- stroyed- WHY CONSCRIPTION OF [WEALTH IS DEMANDED. -Nineteen per cent, on common slock was earned by the 51 a pie Leaf Mill- IDS Co, last year. A profit ot over half a million brought down tlter declaring for a quarter of a million to go lo depreciation reserve. 'When statements Bach as Ihls. and the'enormoas profits ol U.F-H. are 11 15 ULUe wonder that sol- diers acfl.worlfnien pni. themselves on lecord as being in favor of a greater on -Incomes .and'proGla; to 'help., par for the war.. It Is qoite.true .that many concerns have Uten dances on war conlracts and bive .made big money ttie'hai- It is true also that the irmr has given them the lo "take these chances and Ihej help to pay .Ihe cost in proportion as they are able. ,A. gretle'r taiallon of wealth would be a fine announcement for Sir Ro- bert Borden lo mate simultaneously wltti his annoancemeDt. ot tbe of. conscription. before been experienced la any par of Western Canada. Our farmers an highly- prosperous. Their prosperil; s beginning to attract hundreds o new settlers. One of the first thing 'or which settler looks Is good supply ol waler lor the farm. H knows that "water is half ihe batll D running a farm successlullv, ani I-that la present tie la much mor likely lo became a buyer. The is directly con nee led with our livestock problems We'are" banking on the future of on Jvestock Industry, and we must se to It that one of the essentials fo making tie Industry a success is pr vlded! That essential is plenty c water. It need not necessarily be we water in the case of livestock, bu they mast have access to our stream or artificial reservoirs muat be pr rided where1.the range is loo far re moved from running water. We ca do iTeiy much more than we hav already done to provide a good an convenient" supply ot .water for 01 range stock.; The department of education, al Eecn given 'command of the Uru'co ouuty JMth. Lcndrum M. Fernwc, Inipcctor of ilephonei aad tekcraphd' 'for tbe emiskamlnf t Northern Ontario rail ay, was accidentally electrocuted a Jbston creek by coming la-'contabl lih a, high tension power wire. Peter :MrVinus, IS, npbln of Ib lamford. Conn., high school baseball earn, .died. of heart failure 'whlia talc IE flrM biiGo after lio had been truck over the heart by a all. Str-.yed near Gardston, a pair of country kids. Traction Engine REPAIRS We ire well, equipped to handle all of repair work eh either steam or gas Only high clan work leivei our shop, and we will quote you that are right NIVEN BROS. 216 Pint Ave. S. Phone 1712 IF YOU HAVE THE CASH AND WANT AN INVESTMENT WHICH IS NOT A SPECULATION HAVE THE PROPOSITION YOU NEED Will guarantee 12 to 1B- per cent- backed by ample collateral KcurltTea.' Let me tell you about A. JFELIGER Telephone R 411 Box MO TORONTO TELEGRAM COULD BE fiETTER EhlPLOYED, Bight now, a sincere -effort to'.'wlpe out political factions sccma "to-be Ihe film ot Sir Borden 3Ir Wilfrid Laurlcr, tho Toronto TelegraiD tecte iU spleen on the last- a'tmed br forth irllh tlic oM cry about Canadian riavy. It MTR In iLj this counlry'jj aotnlnlnn the glory brought (o Mew by tbe wtsdom of Sir Joseph Wsrd. New ZeiilaDd'0 premier fook Winnipeg, June despatch from Ottawa lo the Winnipeg Telegram Kys: "The first two months o( the present fiscal year ol the dominion govern- ment shows a Tcrjr satisfactory (Inan- clnl condition so tar as concerns' reve- nue end clril expenditure. "The from all sources lor April and May aggregate us against for the same tno months of lad year. On Ihe other hand payments on current anr] eaplLal ac- coants a reduction of with llic result tliat the net gain over the similar period for last year Is tlfi.ooo.ooo. ''The war expenditures In Canada _____ ___ _____ for the two months In question has life In his hftnd And or- Increased from to 4 drcadaputht (B. IMS. Can-' mons In the same way as If .11 were .erved on me In Manitoba. As re- tards the proceedings subsequent he first report, and as regards the subjects covered by the second report n. respect to which Mr. Gall Is'pleas cd lo reflect on my public conduct you will be surprised to say are not qualnled with Mr. that I never Informed by the commission directly or Indirectly of any alatc men Is In evidence affecting me In th slightest degree, nor waa I ottered any opportunity, whatever, ot mak- ing explanation or defence. It la quite true that n6 explanation or de- fence, however complete, or however substantial, would have affected In the least Mr. Gall's determination, hut this fact cannot be offered as an excuse on bla part [or abandoning and, Indeed, prostituting the moat elementary principle of British Jus- tice. That fact, however, does, l think fully establish thn predetermin- ation and mallco ot the commission- er. 'As soon 33 I was Informed ol the contents of each report 1 made full nd public denial of ever? slit-gallon contained In thrrn affer.llng myself. This denial, I now re-affirm, I believe I am entitled to a full and fair investigation by a tribunal of high standing of all matters contain- ed In these reports, reflecting in any y, On my public conduct. Though I have not yet ablo to obtain a copy of Ihe evidence, f cannot he- Heve, that any evidence could have btien given subBlantfeUrjg the reports so far aa they allege breach ot duty on my part. 1 ask that such a trlbunaf he appointed In order that (I may he known whether (here -waa such evid- ence, and If to mahe full and com- plete Inquiry and report as lo wholh- cr, If any auch evidence was given. Ihe same was true. sfnccrely, AUCTION SALE Farm Stock and Implements To be Held on Fred Clark's Farm, JV. W. 8cc. 31, Twp. 5, Rge. 17, 5 miles east of New Dayton ON THURSDAY, JUNE 14TH AT TWO O'CLOCK SHARP matched leam black mares, 8 cm, -weight 3000 1 matched team ol mares, bay In color, ages 6 and 8 years, weight 2700 Ib3-i 1 black mare, 6 ycara old, weight 1300 Ibg.; J mare, 7 years old and foal, weight about 1100 Iba.; 1 blacli mare and foal, 4 years old, weUht 1100 Jbs.; 1 black gelding, 4 rears old, 1400 Iba.; 1 bay mare, 3 years old, 1200 Iba.; 1 buckskin 1100 Ibs.; 1 grey mure, 2 years old; 1 grey horse, 2 years old, Inrnrier.wagoTi and boi; 1 breaking carl; 1 binder, Deerlng make; 1 Hi of double, driving harness. TERMS CASH' MRS. HAZEL CLAWSON, PrtprletreM J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer DRAYING Turner A Wilchcll 410 IJU, tt lleiuiu'8 Auto Livery 24 Hwr Drlvm 1J1Z MilM Hotel I '____> HiJmjy ilncry M( Six OBI at tie bMt md li COUNTRY PREFERRCO Phw lilt rilfc Oiy u> .i th, paiMt.' Strayed near Cardston. pair of cpiiiitry kids. WE CARRY-A FULU LINE OF Repairs for All Makes of Engines. Onr pTknt la equippuil with our men are thoroughly competent to handle any work on any kJnd of machinery- i GRINDERS AND PUMPS We manufacture and hare for Eala Roller Lnd Plato Grloden and Deep Well Fumps. G. KISCTIEL Lessee of tho Le'Jibrldse Iron V-'orta. DRAYING 0! All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Slwfe PHONES Offlc............ 111! SUblc........... BOULTON-S AUTO LTVERY Lethbrldge, Alberta We know th( country eughly. We have had the experlenea. li paid for. TRY US. Phone 1206 (Sgd.) HOOER3, Cheap, Reliable FIRE INSURANCE For Farmers Over Insurance Carried Assets. No Liabilities. AH claims adjusted with perfect .satisfaction the fsinncr since organization of Company. A Mutual Company for Farm Risks Only Absolutely Safe and the Cheapest Yon Can Carry.' FOR INFORMATION WRITE TO THE SECRETARY THE MILK RIVER MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. PAUL MADOE, PRES, MllM QEO. WATSON, key, Milk Rlvir, Altj, UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE Farm Household Goods ON TUESDAY, JUNE 1 2th At 1C o'clock ftturp, on Sec. IB, Twp. 10, Rge: 22; NorltvoT the _ 20 mares and geldings from 4 lo 6 years old, welgfclrif 1300 to 1600, all broke; 1 aged Clydesdale slalHon; l milk tow and calf; 75 chlcVem. S-fool binders; 1 mowing maclilriB; 1 horse hay rakev f 4-liorsc disc drilla; Z (win.plows; 2 wa.tHiig pldwa; 1 set Icrer harrows; 1 packer, 1C 1 democrat; 1 Blngle buggy; 10 sels of Double team harness, nearly new; 2 seU single harnree; 1 wagon and water tank; 9 lumber wagons, ntarlj new; 6 grala tanks, nearly new; S buaijle racks; 1 cook car and truck; 1 pump and hose; L bunk house and truck; 5 gasoline tanks; 1 tireKblnjj ouirit, Falrbanks-Morsd engine, size se para lor, 36x60 In good repair, only used ono also quanllly ot lumber, eningles, 40 rolla ot page wire, forks, shovels, Borne poLaLoes and other articles. HOUSEHOLD Iron beds complete with jjprJnga nnrj mallrcssDs; 4 pairs window curtains; 8 window ebades; 1 Bldeboard; 2 dressers; Z 1 sanitary couch; 1 treasure -cook range, nearly, new, 6 hole; 1 cook stove, hole; 1 heating stove; 1-washing machine; 12 chairs; 2 rockers; 1 wicker rocker; 1 dining room table; 1 largo kitchen talile; 1 toilet Bel; 1 icfa; complete'outfit or dlatiey rpr cook car, B number of hoiue dishes, .cooking utensllB, a number of pictures, and a large amount ot oil- cloth In good shape. Everything Must be Sold as the Proprietor has aotd fvm. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT NOON surrti of J25-00 and under Over thiit arneunt, ctx montht' credit on furnlihlng approved Joint with Flya per cent, off for cash on all credit BEN WHITNEY, Proprietor J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer E. ENGLISH, Cbrfc UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF- Farni Stock, Implements, Household Goods and Contents of General Store f AT ONE O'CLOCK, On Saturday, June 9th At Otorie Sttf.nlck'i Store, B.D. Lot. iHW1, Ol.mond CKy At Otorie Sttf.nlck'i Store, B.D. Lot. iHW1, Ol.mond 1 frame house, IS fcet'Mgfi; 1 kitchen, other tparlmcnl, 1 other small house, I2i1fi; 1 shack, 14s36, 3 "rooma; 1'ihacV, 10il2; 1 Bmall bam) 16x24, 18 (eel high; 1 (UMe, 16i36; 1 ihed, 10x16; 1 chicken honsn, Sll2. I mare. 9 years old, 1100 lbn.il hprnrj, 7 yeiu-s 1500, Ibs.; 1 horse, 8 yearn old, 1200 Ilr5.; 1 ccV. 4 yearn oldr eoWs, 3 rears freshj.l heifer, 1 old. IMPLEMeNTS-rl lumber, wigpn; -I delivery wagon; 1 wt ot double (earn harness, now; l.HJt o'( work 1 set of single harness. 60 Chickens; ID pigeons; M ducks. HOUSEHOLD 3 double (prlng and complete; 4 nlnglo beds, spring and mntlresa complele; 1 lirga cook 6 hole; 2 Jic-alliig elorca; 1 kitchen ilove; 1 Unndrr slove..'. r CONTENTS OF Soap, washing ponder, baking powdorr bluing, raisins, chicory, mclchca, rool beer, liquid lemon Jnlco, ETioe polish, chow chow, Fnlry soap, leu, Hull Durhim, lobacco, Old Chum. Hhamrock tobacco, cigars, clgarcllel, chewing gum, dried npplts, sail, hops, corks, lard and a quintltr ot all kinds Of canned joods, soil cMcr, 2 per cent freer, rolled trad, flour, potatoes, while sugar, brown nngar, com rncil, ryo soda carbldo for rnolors, carbide lamps, bfer- shoM lor men anil children, ulso underwear, caps, working shlrta, Jsckeln, otcrnllii, njllU, glorcs of >ny description, ftocklngi, arm banrlff, thread, combs, hair nln.i, hose eapporters, tharlng bmahcs, cuff buttons, needles, slnlr cnrpct, brooms, blank- cii, strong rlnegnr, alco A number of other nrtlclcr loo to menllon. 1 largo Victor ante, weight about 800 Ibj, TERM! oeonde STZFAWCK, rmtrieiir .1. A. SMITH, E. Clerk.