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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE.. LKTUBIUDGP.. 1917 letbbtlfcge Hlbcrtn DAILY AND' Rattf. delivered, per week Dtllr, delivered per year tWly. bj mill, per year..... fc'ectly, by mill. per year .10 ..SS.OCi ..Jt.OO ..SL.60 by mall per year lo 15! TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrancc Business .Manag Kins Constauiiuo has abdicated, at" he dictates o( (dr allies, for tlie general iood ol Greece, anil oldest of Europcau uallom Is tu a lair war to .become a republic. I Spain seeois 10 be in I be o( a revolution al Iho oower' of the monarchy. Many prortlci thai Germany cauuol remain lolad, unless H be lhat the war deslroys the llohenzollern dy- insiy. Some lime ago. H- 0- Wells, lb.e noted Enfllib. writer, startled Ihe world by to article ID which be made the atalemeol thai there ivs? a iroir- ins seQllment In Britain ID favor ot a republic. This his led to ouj contributions lo the press on the FOR Col. H. AchtMD. bair.iler. ot RisVa- Loon, died In California. Warren, C.p- who BurveyeU of Alfcerli aud Saskatchewan. died eit "rt'alkerton, Onl. Pasemcnt nolens bMded ashes are used In Chicago la rhubp.rb and The gum chewJuE habit so loug de- spised tn Britain. IB said tu oe'uiaWms Lieut. Ucudrlo Hay. waa ro-, woMndeO a ohort time UBS beeh the mnilary troas for romulcuoua conduct, lie Is a of Col. Sir Johii IlcuOrlo, llouteimut- governor of Oularfo. i Premier. J. A.'Mathteson, ofprluc-o Kdward Island, hat been. AppolnteU ustice of the provhtce. lie Dales of expiry ol suuEcr.pt.ons pear dally on address label. Accept- kBce or pipers after expiration date la eur aathority lo continue tie sub- scription. subject, Ihe major poilioo of which seek to contradict tho finding ot Mr. Veils ot the latest articles ap pilml. at Orpington, England, has been 'firing ITV an. American newspaper. Increased lo great strides there. Arcomraodalfon at the Ontario hos Your King and Gauntry Need You Right Nowl JHE PROGRESS OF THE WAR ,Tae Russian acceptance, (or. non acceptance) oE-the American note on the war aims of the rolled Siatei, baa betn the feature ot the war situation the past week, and much speculation Is taking place iu this regard. The American nole has been fully endors- ed by Great Britain and France and ttie other oil tail the workmen's soldiers' couacll In Russia, does mot accept It in Ihc least as what they say Russia now wants Whether the" soldiers' council iepre- feeling .'abd the real Minority III Rossla Is still a question and therefore Husiia's future pail la the war Is still much a matter of "spec Uitton.' 'German authorities continue to give Iterance, for public consumption, o their confidence in a Gennau" victor) through the 'submarine varfire, patched indicate, however, tbat thi food situation tbroaghout Germany i paving rapidly more serious, with crop failure in _ ._.- 1 Britlih troops baring captured ralu mble ground in the vieinltr of Messlow mud also al Bullecourt are holding thi' Agassi all coQDter-alUcfcs. The Jtal Uns have "re-opened the -offensive i several new quarters of the front and rapid he New York Tribune, was written j- Waller T. Roberts, presumably an American, who says thai from his In- estlgitlon he can find very llllie scu- the abolition of the ionarthy for a republic. He sajs in Republicanism m England fs a :ulUr thlnj. Briefly, the creed ot English republicans Is this: "I believe i republic-ib bo- Ihe best and freest 'orm of government, but 1 am a strong supporter ot our monarchy." The fact IE that Ihe number of real -epublicius ID Is. men who would take an active part In any organlifd effort to overthrow the mou so few that they may bo recorded as negligible. There arc at east seventy members o( parliament n-ho are avowed republicans, hut there is not one who would dream of taking part in any .movement directly de- signed lo ujjsel the English monarchy. Among the worJiiug classes H would be impossible lo create any sympathy Major Win. R. son ol the Ute F. Green of Moose Jaw. has becu killed In action In France. A powerful jwireless plant at tho (op of a Droadnay theatre has been dismantled and ihrco Oernian opt tors arrested. The niliilary hospitals commission has decided nol lo use Western unl- vereitj': London, Ont., as a-military hospital. The London newspapers say thai Gen. Smuts. lhe celebrated Boer lead cr, has been inritfd to jola the war cabinet. Rev. O.M.I., FatbeY .Pierre St. Germain an esteeued member of this with movement. members in ihe House ol Commons are solidly loyalists. At the King's coronation, in 1911, nol a Labor member absented him- self iron ceremony, not even Mr. Ramsay iUcdontM who is probably republican'wto has erer sal In parliament. But he went lo the King's corcaatioc most fault- lessly aUlred. After Loe Porlnguese revolution lhe late" King E4ward, when discucsins re- publican Is with one of hie equerries order and a MahKoban pioneer, SI rears old, died at Fort Alexander. C. -VcCormsck, farmer of Har row, was nominated by Essex Conservatives for the Ontario I eg a The Mountain Park hold at Mot Springs, N'.C- has been leased by the U.S. government to house COO Interned Germans. Joalah Mltchjcll.U prominent resi- dent of Pclerburo; died suddenly of heart 73. The U.S. department of commerce is ,out with a-now sialcmenl: "fal whale ani Llcul.-Col. O. S. Cantlle, of IhP sen- eral list of omcers. U lo the commaud of a Canadian battalion. The harmed booJ; dtarge.. Rev. S. W. Kallis, of Calgary was tile missed. The United Slates navy jifteds yards pf cloih to uulforoi HE illors. After July I cverj-one who drives n auto In New York city will have a carry an operator's license. Charles was principal speater at a Detroit meeting to pro test against hysterical retrenchment of business R. C. Becker was elected by accla s I ion to fill Ihe vacancy in the Medl cJne Hat city council caused by Aid Berry'd resignation. Edwartl Gauthier, of Montreal, flu ancler aVd director In several industrial concerns, died of hearl fill in his 69th year. Rev. A. E. Andrews, formerly recto ot Fictou, N.SV., and Rurmj Win o late Elr Arthnr to "Our. people will never put me and.do you Snow Amherst, he tenant wllh goha. overseas as Ueu in amm unit ton column. Dr. South Adam Thomson, president of Waterloo Liberal aEspciation, INSISTENT H Is noticeable ererVj resolution ftiyijring conscription, being forwarded to Ottawa these days; mates" some sort cotiscriplJon of wealth. -If.-'manfeood must par its sacrifice to .win then how much more; should'Veaitli .be .called upon to pay. Thai is the It Is argued that the war has made possible fortunes of. millions of dollars In Canada.- War. orders to the exLenl of over nave bee'n 'placed Th'Ca'n'ada, end proflfs .from these have paid only per ttnt- of Lhe (nation during; Uinl t'siz. Besides more hare been niatte out of the control ted rise of'food Bluffs.4, During all-tills time the EOT-, erament bas1 done praciically nolhlng to-make wealth pay in like propor- tion lo what the en) fa led manhood of the Dominion has paid. Is II any ironde'r Ibal'ao announcement of of .manhood brings TorUi In flslent demands for the conscription wemlth? 15 manhood to pay It Yhe Toroolo Globe pertinently sars: To iake the men and leave every thing else Lo a scramble of conflicting InterwtB would be a weakening policy; apart entirely .from the resent meal Ruch deception 'arouse. a da's transportation machinery be made to sure pnbllc before prT ..TBffl.'needs. Food supplies In coJd and .In .elevators' be handled for the strengthening ol th Dominion by Lhe go r era men 1. muat be organized and mobilized fo the prnducUon of food and war sup as well as for army gcrrlcc. Ex cMsive prufiia, war profits and the many gains through the ala reaponbes ol lo. lire pnrchaahr; power of money, should be ireed (6-UghLen public burdens. prograsslre and selective Income la may the best yet defied, but II li Lhe besl me a LI yet augteated ol meeting an Eharc p( Lhe war, cost year by; year Instead of providing cnishlng burden for Ihe future. Men do not as a nil secure Ihe advantages that provld large Incomes until they arc Lh age for mllllary Eflrvice. Conscrlptlo of men iloes nol reach them. If lhe T.-aot to play the part of shlrkern an slackers It Is the Imperative and Im mediate duty or Ihe government t conscript. It plana'actl registration for tbla purpose have been ucglecle If the ways anil mean? flro nol read for submission to parliament tn Ih form of vrell-ccjfljltlered legislation, .will Lhe coHcJnsJon that lhe so .eminent ca'n'nnt rise abnvc ihe o habit of Insulting the intelligence o (he productive workers with a fe verbal InKlncerlllc.i. Defect In th bill tan bn rco-edled, imlted Support must !jc ErcureJ turrent legislation meeting the d him: off na "1 KID will nol they aTe-'devoled lo replied Ihe eiwrrT.' believe (her con- Llnbed King Edward, "bui" the reasou not put -me nff my throne Is 'thai they know 1 have good, enough .manners gel off it mywll if Ihey did not want me OB it." King .Kdward spoke jeBtingly, 'bnl tntre wu-Vlsdom.m Ihe. monarch's often was when he spoke jcvcD Jest. ri English people are pricirounQly of Ihe fact, thai their mon- ar'ch'y'lifnot Ic'epl in eiiatence'tiy hid- forces, 'over which they liave no They believe Uul It they de- sired- lo-'gel rid of Ihe monarchy to- mbrrow could do so with' little fumble' as. Ihey can get rid of a prime minister: who bas become genenllr anpopnlar.- '.In such a case the prime minister oaSully reclgna, and so would King If there was a strong feeling iinong the mijority of hu aub- was nominated- lo be candidate again for the federal ho A friend of Jess "Wit lard, who will star, paid for the Buffalo Bill Wild West show. The old name will be retained. Offerings were taken in man? of the Toronto churcn'ei last Sunday 'o provide necessariti for the men TV no are held in German prison camps. It fs reported that 'the Canadian Car Foundry; company, Montreal, has closed a contract for freight for the Canadian GoTernmpnt railways, the -price being A call for men to qualify for X.C.O.'s for Ihe force to bt-raised by-selective draft'waa lEsoed by OTerseas regiment from the: armories Catharines. Robert Irwin. ol Montreal, who died, aged 9'4p'.'was.' superintendent of the Dominion, Square Method Let Bchoolfor yean For 57 fat was as- sociated with the Masonic order. HARD DAYS FOR KINGS; THE pEELINO IN BRITAIN. RusslA had'a revolution and noy; In the' throes.of Ihe b6or th lo make It a republic that ke ahould do so. Bnl nobody In England desires that e abdicate.- NTo one In se'rioualy contemplates such Mrs. Helen ,Mary wlf of Lieut.-Col, McMu.len. former 'CDTC mander of the( KSth battalion. dtetl Woodstock. Rev. Brother .Theobald, su'perlntcn dent of ihe Boys' Industrial schoo Toronto, was presented wllh a'hant some five sealed molor car. Tho Xsw Jersey Red Cross soclet has refused to. acceut pyjimu whoa makers .had thereon Ib motto "Votes for Nlkalsen, a new acLesthstlc .w_hlc soldiers can spray on .their ,o' wounds lo deaden the pain, will be the hit of American1 soldiers in Franc If the American Defence society h; (t.a way. A "ten thousand'dollar fine or fl years In jail'Is the penally pro'rldi ay a bill before spec'ulators food to s'pc 'n storage: Frank McGiftity, chief Inspector the of health, offers to wed the most generous woman con- tributor 'to, ihe Y.M.C.A.. Comforts fund. .A Is tho largest be as premier by Hou. A." K. Arsenadlt, the Acadian member of the verumoiit. Mathlesou has been e'mler sluce 1915. Tho bishop of London, at the British ami Yukon Church Aid so- cly, London, declared there would ter the war bo m influx to Canada. Q hoped lo be able to send Q million onicn to help uiaVo homes lu Urillsh oiuoibla. cgemenU are now aearly com- tor a service to held lu Westmlnftler Abbey on uly S, in ccumemoniUon ot the. flf anniversary of Coufederatlon, nil. In of C'nngdlanc who ire fallen on ihe Held of honor. Barou Rbondda, president of tli> nt has been appointed Bel food controller, Bvon Hhondda was David A. Thomas, the "Brt coal VI HE" before his elevation to peerage In IM6, succeeds Vlscoun levoupoi I.. resigned. George Muore. who was tho mos unnhiE anO Ingenious Illicit llquo en dor ID Toronto was fined the re ord amount of and costs iae year in Jail In ilia Toronto pollc lourt. He was caugLl ia an aulo :tally fitted lo hautl'.o the buslnes if nelllns bollles ol lltuor. Dr. Thomas O'llagan, upon whoi v'otre Damo Indiana, con erred llio honorary degree of docto >f Inws, on the occaeloii .of ihe cele ration ot MJ? Diamond jubilee on Jun is a v.-ell Vnown Canadian poet and essayist Three years ago university, conferred upon Dr. O'Hagan the degree of doctor of "ctters." Of the Bix hundred tei of the Toronto police depaxliaejit, about four hand red and fiftr woald.be eJlgible for military service, various drafts of the compuliion bill, unleu INIURt NOW. cannot aflord U Wit have fair from (Kleck LvthbHdge I I CM7 10 (Ct '1.1'tz to ii I ir.ill. U Li pro i 'i timer wad nit- om kui4 to i tw hill n prompt and tor C.JALVIN III! I 1AIL IN In a Company fi art two Important to com I i Uy of Company; tecond, tH factory' 'idjutlmtnti. Such an will Don't take a chance, i. K.V. Gil with, i and IT.H CROWN 11 a tin Irlllih Crown. Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well equipped to handle all kinds of work -en cither rtsam or.gia high claaa work leavea 'our ahop, and we will'quote you prfcea that are right NIVEN BROS. 216 Flnt Ave. S. Phone thing happening, and no one would H any more than they v'oufd Westminster. Abbey de- roycd. To the mass of Englteh people ail Qome the .mooirehy le hJng 'itnal-.they are' snbctinscloaaly rood of and, greatly attached lo. An> tempt to get rid of It would arouse 'the he'arls of the English people RS hofllle as woold be posed In them by a vniposal to pull own WnUnloiler That ii, broadly the feel- IE 'of "Iho' English people at home 'Ward Ibe'inOnarchy; in the colonies ie monarchy .is, of.courB% "the un- een holds the empire 1o- ether. would not hold (n i for a 'day without that onswn twer Ihal.atUchea lo the monarchy .i which boIdH diversity of and peopl- tof ether In a peculiar and In- ipjfcablfl bond of unity. It Is jail ptnslble that Mr. Wells as sensed the new eplrlt of indepen encfe'ln the British people which has Indnced bj the war, and aken LLe evident desire for a change rom landlordism to a movemeal to- the orerthrow of the monarchy- 'here ts no doubt thai the system of In Britain must give place 6, a more wide dlstrlbullon of the andu of the kingdom, bul that this rould cauae any desire for an orer- hrovr of Iho monarchy Is a Elate- roent thai IB rather far-fetched. When England becomes monarcn- rldden as Gerraapr lias been since Ihe birth of the German empire, then Mr. Well a may repeal lita statement. But Uial. time will hardly be during Ifctlme. policemen ire exempted. P. W. tttfieiateadenl at the fruit of Ibe Ontario depart- ment oi.aETicuUure, reports Itist the froit, crop proBpec.U la- QntatlC) are better than, last year aad'-lliat tbere trlil lilctlf be a.ralj cnfol -ill Wnijs of Truit, except-peaclieB.'; A rflOTemeDt -Is on foot to aecnre a seat In Toronto for Rir. Thomas TVTilte, minister.'of flnaiice, it. the neit election. He-may be sliea.lbe new riding of Parkdale.' Ilejnbw re- presents Lesda.' WE HAVE IN STOCK FOR IM- MEDIATE SHIPMENT THE FOLLOWING GRATES 32 h.p. Htevea.! h.p. Bumtly. (GEARS 32 h.p. bujl and clutch plnlona.'Matter and intermediate 32 h.p. Caiae, bull and clutch pinloni. Matter two and four arm apidcr. We are now In a petition to every four days. i) G. klSCHEL 'Lessee ot tie Ltlkbr I Jje Iroa SECURITY Farmers Firefc: what you have aeen I- company owned art! Organized to give ua the money at Secure your hall protection r 'The Farmers HEAD OFFICE, Aj "Do Buslm i SECURITY SERVICE nsuranceCo we have all been wilting i the of Alberta. to and to keep our !i< "ID policy l'n Insurance Co. 1TK, LETkBRIDGE Crowd." r _ IT SERVICE ranee is the time to p'' iMlVvdJI cait you no i ,'Your crop thli ye: Vtave'.e'ver raliedf th-r. company. pur company hat t li I i i 11 hence. I! 1 I most valuable you ll 1 Select Min for over eighty GEI OFFICE: GROUND FLC I POLICIES ISSUED IATE COVERING. YOU BY PHONE. INCLUDED IN THI Dominion War Woman in Southern Alberta will be Glad to WHITE SEWING i i: PHONE 1343 ,i; Q: 'NO IMMEO- I'T. WE.CAN COVER HUB' COMPANY. ARC es, of the li It too early to start working for fair, "rteit Cl This unique selling plan, which makes it go very easy to own the best niachine'iii (lie world, open den Bros. Furniture, Store, for the enrollment of 200 membcrshiiis. Every woman values a to in early and apply for admission to this club. H at iji'dinKv Is i Kdmonlon la fn the throes of A.fmlf. He of the oiic-man itreet Tlirec yc-ars behlnil Ibe It's the easiest thing in the world to lie a of this club, and we are going to ex- plain it to you in the easiest way: s Only 70 members In Ibe Auto Club, lo which every auto owner should belong. Public spirll lacking somewhere7. Thla la the week that Iclln the lale at Ottawa; It will conscription, of.coiirBO, but will It be conecrlplldn lhal will make Quebec do tier ihareJ That la itie queillon. II It falls In lhat. It falls In Its whole design. Only 25 (o Join .You have chalet of ot th.. world's beat MI IT, rtartlnj a( HI.S5. machine will be itnl horn: lo you as aobn aa join the dab. You. pay for .Tiachtne In amall weekly'aurnt aflsr. If you care lo do lo, by paying one or any number of final payment. In advanca you cjn earn 10 cenli on each .one thui open ro CIUH No Interett or exlrai of any kind are added., for club A Mild oak atw'lni chair la given free with each White Sevr. All White MachiiM-K in the Sale are having the most although there is mi. iidvarirf in (he of White Sewtiig'Marhliies, the s lerials and lalwr mean that of sewing niachineM innsl jjii higher.'ijfiei- (his sal! Join the Club Tomorrow and You'll Be Mad< LETII BRIDGE PHONE 62.T .'1.1 :a i 'Inline ;