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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TOUR THE UETHBRHX1E DAILY HERALD JUNE IV 1W7 teratt D A I LY AND E E K LY Subscription per delivered per year by mall by per by per year to TELEPHONES Business H5S Editorial Office 1321 Buchanan Provident and Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager Dates of expiry ol aniBcrlptlons ap pear daily on address label Accapt eace of papers after expiration date Is our authority to continue the sufc Your Kino and Country Netd You Right Now THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR t The allies are mce again becoming In and proper prepara tions for a rigorous offensiveon the Naredbnlan hitherto Impos elble with Constantino on the throne cf are now under The menace lor the allies lu Greecn has and the prospect have i There Is Itttle actlvitr In other spheres ol the On tho tronl the Germans have relinquished further Important ground to lie Brit ish and all gains arc being The demand for air raid reprisals on Germany following the disastrous and vbarbarous raid on east London by the Reprisal methods are again to be urged upon the THE CONSCRIPTION BILL WEAKNESSES A measure ol compulsory In order to ha satisfactory to the whole people of Canada must beaa abso lutely fair measure that will deal with all of Canada honest Now that Premier Borden has brought down his conscription Ve haie the jwrluiutr of studying its provisions and as containing what the fjote inert has in order to getmen Jor overseas It would he well If every could possess a copy of the hill and carefully study its con they did so they would see that tie measure is full sn aWingthB secU6ns ofCaiiada that to contribute their fair proportion of to continue to do and compelling the provinces thai hare done their to send more ol their S WejnaYe this several reasons In the first place Premier practically every member of the comifluuttyt government cannot appoint boards ta Quebec under the provisions of this act that will enforce tho mea sure on theJ3L1UO basis as It be enforced In That that under Uie compulsory service act will be fcrctd to continue to do1 more thai Us share aa It baa done ucder lie voluntary The slacker Ntill not any sympathy from boards m i In Quebec and in como ot the other parts of the the boards cannot avoid being made up of men who will not take strong grounds ainstthe It is true that the mllitarr can ap peal decisions ot a board while appeals are USng time is lost and young men fVpUier provinces belnx pnt in khaki and sent to tho rent The wooltr hundred thousand might be raised before the appeals were fin ally disposed not be VOUDS men should Having given some cw Unms wicks minister of public vvori wad i ken to tho hospital severely with translated The Toronto was notified that the campaign for the MilUtarv n Montreal iad w t or nearly ahea of Tor ontos totaL SlippingInto a tanfc of hot soda aler In Tclfer blsc AVlUtani Nicho tt aged 13 was seriously sraldH about the lower part of the Harold Sidney Harir first of to attention to tie we must conclude hat instead of aiming at an absolute ly talr and square form of conscrip tion for tho wholR of the bill Introduced at Ottawa permits the slacker provinces to remain in the slacker and the men re quired will come almost wholly tcm the provinces that are in sympathy with the and whose boards to administer the act will be composed In most cases ot men who want to eee every slacker In THIRTEENTH STREET SHOULD SE The understands that the city commissioners are now preparing a bylaw which will be submitted to tee for of Thirteenth street It Is understood also that the coet will be In the neigh borhood or While the city has no money to fritter the con di lion of Thirteenth strce L over ichlch most of the heaviest traffic o thVcity makes it imperative that the work be undertaken without There may he a cheaper way to overcomethe muddy condition of the street than by tuving but it would ba in toe nature of an and while the paring company has its re pair outfit ta the cttu this it would appear to be expedient to make a permanent Job of Thirteenth street by raving it Inced the bill Into the Borden inlrod of declaring that it the intention to secure any jiinore than men Tho act applies to all of JThe proTincea that have raised more than their quota ofmen are not ex empted and it would appear that It is possible for these provinces to TiiJft the larger proporiloa of the eitra Wb know that Alberta is behind the war spd boards to admlnhter lha act In that province would be composed of men to see every available younj Bin don the khaki and goto the front CANADA WANTS NCI Canada feas had such a surfeit of titlesduring the pasll year that public isrhecpining possible tiddling of aHUlsiarislacracjor its The hereditary title has miide Its appear and without detracting from the by who have been recipient tliese it is evident Canadairovld be bet ter EitiaCed without titles at all at least should stop knighthood which dieswith the holder of the j tn supportof the above we quote from a number ofeast em newspapers the coTnments vhlch folltiwed the new crop a titlesannounced on June Cor Chairman Flavelie1 of the Munitions Independent says Whoever Is advising the Crown to MesaCanada with a hamper crop of titles eyery six months In giving the Crown very bad His Majesty tho Kins does not spill titles out of to fill up the ranks On the other hand I fulhiess of hlj royal favor as in the province of there is Tillage philanthropist might upset sentiment against Candlfis 1n sentllneDt la almost The administration of the act In the eouoUijs of that province would be In the hands of the county judges and citizens of that K CAD he taken for granted that such taen In sympathy with the yreralling sentimnl of Quebec and when young men eeek llaff exemption from active most be granted Now the exemptions provided in the so broad ttit it wonIA a board to permilyonng men ito avoid mlfltary Let us con ildCT leveral paragraphs in the clSnse 1 At any time before a date 1to be flied in the pronlEmatlon men tioned ia section ar application taay made by or In respect of any manIn Iho class or tubetas called out by proclamation jo a local trl in in vhlch such man ordinarily for a certificate of exemption on any of following A That it ex ixpedlerjt in tho national Interest that the wan Jnalead of being deployed In military be en gaged In other work 1n which ho is engaged B That la la liMt la the naUonil Interest that 5nateftd of tra in mltitary bft enpagdd work la which h3 withes to and for which he has upo 4 iot that ttnder these pro in with lo couJd from Ihecontents of tho In Ottawa r FOR tho famous Teresa ied Baron brother Lord Is u Jorfitood hare been chosen food con Phillpe Jght of the Legion ff and knight ol Greglore le the known Canadian i nipt Montreal in his 5Sth Judgo will appeal to the privy against the of his Major Arthur a Drock tills has bcoa rounijed in action according to private ot who went with an Edmonton unit In has been killed In Owing to various tho eraeral meeting of the international Socialist committee in could not be City Solicitor William Johasloa nd vised the mayor of Toronto that the city council has no power to direct an Investigation into school Jobann Count von Hohen a fullblooded nephew ot Is a resident of and if vllllng to enlist to light agahut tho The United States Steel corporaMon B announced It had taken an additional it of the Lifcjrty mak ing a total of subscribed by this During an electrkiJ glorm which over Glonpirry the o Misses passed Bella and Catharrne iras struck by HghtrJaj and With the of maldnEf a pre fimfnary ditrttuli0 of tho estate of the of Mheirs In the Unit Jlajor Hamilton of the Cana dian Pay is saietted assistant adjutant general on the Canadian with rank of temporary lieuten That color Is was no bar to patriotism demonstrated throughout the I southern United States the reg ed K well will make a trip flrousliout the s strong em atari ns bout Juae vlolence There aro more fifty heirs to Ihe of rho weiit to Saskatchewan re cently to his has notified relatives that he found tho youni man dead in a pool with a gunshot In ths Young Howden Ivtd i a lonely spot about 30 miles fom tvltt and his father bell ares iie was John one time city commlsslomr and now agentgenenll Alberta In George of the be fore the hoard railway commUsion ers at stated that coal WH costing bis company more this year than that other supplies had risen a hundred and over that In some who li at the has accepted tha nomination to run against Vernier Martin in la tho Cou Bctlpllon will be the pslnclpal iUuk IQ William of Episcopal church IB New York vhown blrtop of western New to succeed op William who died re Mannings present salary of will be decreased to ROM If he accepts tho now president of the Co ttlnton Tcitllo and of the Imperial muul Uom board It slues was it is be come purcbtwltg agent ot the flrlilsh SOTwnment in the United Stain so far M munitions are Gordon is nt present In Sneaking a Methodist meeting in Walter Kunciman refer red to the IwnntnK In Canada of Ar thur Mcoa book oa char acferfElng It an The Do he derived aa erroneous impression of the book from the cen soretf The foregoing Is a cable gramfor tho Gazettes correfipondcnt in SECURITY s s SERVICE Fanners hum all A caaifuny and by ttw farawri IM tk Mrvke on to MT your Ml protoctton urly by ptlley The Farmers Fire Hail Insurance HEAP ALBERTA uCt In Yeur Own SECURITY s SAFETY s SERVICE Toronto Anglican uid howo of bhkoni to a ed to prliaute ot ill puionl Sunday Hail Insurance the time to hmtt It wlil coot you no looa month Your crofi ihla will undoubtedly be UM matt valaaMo haw ever you ohould take no a reliable Our wmpany been doing bmlneoo for over eighty AND IS THOKOUGHLY BELIABLE SEE US NOW Wilson Skeith GENERAL INSURANCE OFFICE GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK PHONE 1J4S POLICIES ISSUED IN OUR OFFICE GIVINelMMED IATE IF NECESSARY WE CAN COVER YOU BY INCLUDED IN THE OF OUR COMPANY ARE Dominion War Loan has been officer by the of Sas katchewan ftr overseas voting in connection provincial elec Rridlv also looking after the voting for The will of Sir William Ci Macdon of died recently provides for follows The Hosal IiVstHution for the Advancement of Learning SicGlll for Mai Jonald the facuHjv of CojUervatory of a tra veling scholarship in of Montreal general ho Mcntreai Maternity Ihe The sublect to Ihe foregoing and bequests to pa5t present of hi5 office staffjldouieaUcs and a hequealhiid io Thomas Howard Steyart and Walter with thelr weie associatrii him in the conduct ot his a to bacco Dont Neglec your stornach Keep it strong and welt When food disa grees wiih strengthen i t with BEECHAMS a Bos a for Tho Kings jld Britain should b3 advlsotl to keep the Sover eigns namo clear of association with the output oti title Ana Hamilton Chairman of the Imjirial lluni tlons has bean a and HOT ranks na one nl Canada We that advise Hit Jlajfhlj In such matters ihould acquaint hi n with the aiicl titles are ool desired of Canadian j Says the Toronto thd Conservative The hereditary title olghl to to kept out ol counily does nol wanta little arl locracybf Its Recognition of pulillc aervlco by knighthood Is entlrelv iliiCbJecinm able Tfhtnlhs honor Is dejema Ilul the title has no pund proi clpla to commend It eapeclitlly In a country M An I l thl Hamllion way leave expresses itself thll TheHerald protest against the offlclal In Canada of jhe firlnclpleljf heriMI tary tltlca ana 33 In the bestowal ot a Heraditiryvtlllea fntrodufr an un acttabla clemont Into our Pres which goes on to The point Is whether It Is worth while creating n Biieclal flali In oiir Wo do not liilnV that It These distinctions aS filiquenily and many w pastes The i Istcd to the class dlstlnmionij of tile which are event suited to the condtlih own Get behind the July 2 Red Cross carnival it deserves every Hail Insurance Had Insurance fs easyto gel and a good thing to have In case of loss by it IB a pro tection ihaL no farmer who rais es grain can afford to be with We represent Companies have the cash on Lo pay all claims for halt loss when are prompt an3 satisfactory Cash or note payment accepted for OALVIN Room rVicDonald Block Lethbrldge JUberla INSURE NOW You cannot affarrf to We have always rectlvtij fair Kttltrnenti promptly from company we are Albcrla Securities BtTrneral Block LethUrldge Youll be a Satisfied Man if you Buy Your Clothes at tlielf s who come hsrelcr clothes are always glad they did be at the of times we such expressions as ihlesje Im glad 1 came You certainly have the best clothes in i clothes please me the Our sort of clothes their blue blood in every fab tailoring and in the show it as long as you i wear New Arrivals in FitReform and Society Brand Clothes There are no better clothes stiown in Canada today and our prices arc within the reach of See these better Suits at and plenty of good suits as low as Youll be surprised at the Straw Hat Season Is Here Get under a straw Straps to Panama Hats SoftSraws lip 50e up Summer Underwear that wilt Cover a Multitude of Skins Style White and Natural Mesh to Plain Balbriggan Any short or long Fine Lisle in and Any style garment de Prices to Light Weight Wool Silk to 2piece pndenycar in Balbriggan Light5 Weight 50c See us for a larger assortment and better LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF WEARIN SOUTHERN ;