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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, .fUNE III 1017 letbbri&Qc, Blbcrta OAtLY and weekly Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per week .. Dally, delivered per year ... Daily, by mall, per year...... .Weekly, by mail, per year ... ,.. .ID ,. .$5.00 , ..$4.00 , . .$1.S0 Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S..$2.00 1252 1224 TELEPHONES Business Office ............. Editorial Office ............. W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance -  Business Manager Dates of expiry of stiuscriptions appear dally on address label. Acceptance of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue the subscription. Your King and Country Need You Right Now! THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR There is still very little ground for optimism over the submarine situa- lice in some proportion equal to the sacrifice to be made by" the men called up under conscription, they will do much to make the whole plan of conscription more popular. The conscription bill brqught down by Premier Hrden is by no means perfect. It .is called selective conscription, but outside the/net that the bill provides for the catling up of men in classes commencing  with the younper and unmarried men. it does not contain machinery for making it truly selective as'is the case in the I'nited States where registration was a part of the selective conscription plan. The government In the bill announced at Ottawa, does not take the initiative in selecting those men who may be considered least needed for production at home. This is left to the individuals who, if they believe they are more needed for production than on the firing line, mil?* apply for exemption. It is n question whether this will There are many men. who. when their classes arc called, will go. on the assumption that they are more needed in the trenches than they are at home no matter what vocation they may be following here. They will feel that they have no moral right to apply for exemption when friends similarly placed are going. These men will report with the rest of the class. The ^PICKED UP INJ3M>me amended form of the bill which 'Jj-was introduced the other day by (^Premier Borden. Their amendments, among other I,'. ^changes, will call upon wealth.,t:p pay li'xfiBjijpreater sharp in the. prope^^m of '''^ tho war. If liio Liberals can Suggest ; (omo plan whore by wealth will Bacri- Tho Herald is in favor of conscription but we want to see it accompanied by the best plan of securing the men without wrecking the industries of the country and we want to see wealth pay in proportion to the, sacrifices being made by the men who are fighting in the trenches and giving up their lives for King and.,coun-try. Premier Borden has shown himself strong enough to introduce con scription of men. Let him now assert himself and make wealth pay. !f he conscripts one without an effort to make tho other shoulder 11v share he will be bowing to the monled interests at.the expense of Uio man-power of the nation. Tliwt is what, ho should avoid If ho would be strong. PARIS HOTEL COR. THIRD ST. & SECOND AVE. S. FORMERLY CASTLE HOTEL Under New Management and Remodelled Throughout. A Trial Will Convince. MEALS A LA CARTE SPECIAL RATES BY WEEK A. J. AGRIOS - PROP. �Mr. .John Taylor and Mr. George Ross'are authorized to buy horses for the French Government. � The following Classes are Required: .1st-Minimum height 15 hands, minimum weight 950 lbs. Price $100 2nd-Minimum height 15 hands one Inch, minimum weight 1075 lbs. Price $120. 3rd.-Minimum height 15 hands two inches, minimum weight 1276 lbs. Price $140. ' THESE PRICES NET TO SELLER Ages on all three classes from five to ten year. White, light buckskins or pintos'will not be accepted. Mares In foal will not be accepted, Horses must be broken to halter and lead so that mouth and eyes can be examined, and ridden for wind test, Inspection will be made by French Army Officer at Lethbridge Stock Yards on June 19th, Further particulars may be had from MR. JOHN TAYLOR, phone 335. NG BLOW At the High Cost of Living Thursday & Friday June 14-15 At the Cut Rate American Boot Shop. You will get "your opportunity" to protect yourself against "The High Cost of Living" as far a; hoots and shoes are concerned. LADIES' WALK OVER  PUMPS AND OXFORDS Patent, tan and gumnetal. All sizes, widths and styles. The niiiiic which is "on every pair is sufficient, to warrant the quality. Tho prices are stamped �5.00 nnd S5.50 . on the sole by the makers. Our Closing Out Price iff � Ladies' Pumps and Colonials Small sizes only, ir von 'lave small feet be here earlv. We will give you a real bargain, itcgular S-l.SU, $5.00 and :?5.50. Our. Closing Out Pricft V..- ' V Come Prepared to Buy Several Pairs of Shoes LADIES' WALK OVER LACE AND BUTTON BOOTS Tan calf, gunmctal calf, velour calf, patent and vie! kid. Warranted every pair solid leather. Widn and narrow toes and all are Goodyear welted. Itcgular price $0.00 to $7.50. Our Closing Out Prico LADIES' DOROTHY DODD SHOES Tan calf and patent colt. l,iico and button. Goodyear welts. Prices stamped $5.50 to $7.00 on solo.-i by makei-h. Our Closing Out Prico rjikw; -<* These prices are about a third of their present day value Men's Gold Bond Shoes Mahogany Ian, Russian calf. Luce and button, alHo velour and gunmetul black Hhoos. Thorto have wide toes and mndo. on sood roomy lnsts. Thoy will fit you. All arc Goodyoijr welted and warranted tBOlld loathoi* of No. 1 f|uallty throughout; Itcgular S7.50. Oil!'Closing Out Price $4.45 Thousands are buying up a stock of shoes for themselves during the great closing out sale of high grade shoes. What are you doing? The Cut-Rate American Renlley's Old Stand Lethbridge, AUa. Boot Slilip lift Fifth Street S. ;