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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE FOUR FHE LETirombGE OATT.T 21. Blbcrta AND WEEKLY tubtcriptlon Rales: Daily, delivered, per Dallr. delivered per year by mall, per Weekly, by mall, 50 .Weekly, by i-aiL per year 10 U.S..IS.OO TELEPHONES Business Offira Editorial Offlta njl W. A. Buchanan President and Slanagius Director John Torrance Business Manage' Rod Cross toitos au appeal to Ibo best to each of us.' There Is no bellcr lo respond to lhal appeal ttau by resolving to people, or .tin wesL.Trtio are ue pendent-on this coal .field for thel ;tjCOBl' supply. "The Herald'has advo '.'cated this course at different times It appeared guile evident tha miners and operators could no leather. The cessallon pt pn> Vductfoa I'D this field has been i Vdelriraent lo Lhe country and the gov would have been well advl hare acted EooDer. ,y Bo Jar as the operators, are concern jj-.ed there shpnld be ao criticism 1'thc government's planvfor nearly ttr 5. months ago they sent a tele pram Lo asking IhaL just 5iich actlbrjI: i-be Laken. As fgr tie miners, Lhe Amines arc to be worked under gorern- superruiop on the basis of which the men themselves a asking. JThey there: criticism to offer. Should the miners and operators gel together during the next couple PICKED UP THB BUSY MAN Joha farmtr o( Hat-1 -Mrs. Henry, mile of J. S. lltnry, or lou. and a tormer rcsldeiU of Calgary, mid ot Mtyor llcury. Moose Jtw, was ktlled Jaslaatly at I of Kduiontou, Is UPad. Haltou, uear the Alberta border. The Ofluadlaii Car and Foundry flroe Oscar Densou. a young Swede. I comiwny, Montreal, announce Ibc ap- omployod as secttoa of H. 1J. Tarks as operat- h drowned in the C.P.R. daui al Pilot Builc. Sask. 11 Is now regarded as unlikely that there will lie a military camp cither at Camp HiiEbea or St. Charles, Man, this year. Capl. L. Aniea'amlth, only child of 51 r. and Mrs. C. C, 5oiUh. Cariidutf. Sask., U uow officially reported as a prisoner ot var In Qermauy. Capl. Smith had beea 24vas mado At the request of Hie MuMml I .ire Assuruiico com- pany, holders of the _-3l newsboyf, IE dead la iaa olnt t6 ret roinlorce- house it rest tuna lo M.-Cal. Harvey JJfarn. formerly of- tulld. He begin as a penniless liu-jficer if ronscrlplJon or against. The Issue s plain and clear. A referendum would shitl the decision, but ft noi remove the responsibility of the adivldual members. They would tmve o vole da Ihe principle ,of the bill iter. The hill is Unity, bul the principle of conscription' Is right and democra- Ic and necessary al this moment. The government U the pa real ot the bill f in enforcing the measure H .Is riar- Isan and, unfair, and fails (o exenfpt and the miner from Eervlce because hts service at home s abFoJulely necessary, Ibsn the gor- emmenl Is al fault, and not those of our cltlxens vho conscientiously be icre In confiiriptlon. In this province there Is a large body of pubjfc opinion in favor o! a ref ere oil urn. Under ordlnaTj" circumilafl.c- Ve believe it is a'goo.d method of as' ertainliif -Ihe people's view. Jiisl now, we are face with' the crisis. Our cnea front are dylng'ln ibe IrenchM. Hardly any recruits are go- ing forward to fill their places. A referendum will delay and might pre- vent Bcllon. Au emergency exists and we must deal with the situation as an emergency. You can't put out a fire mlgnml. Lt.-Col. J. V- Reid who wcnl orer- as from lei charge ot a draft of Camerou Hichlandcrs, has sent to Franco in charge of an imperial unit. Federal delecllrea think that napping of the Keet baby at Sprins- nillv Sunday can Ihe devil at field was but a minor Incident in nn aDV }ie plays, bin he can't beat llcgino. Is on his lo Canada In connection with the alleged lulsuse of cauteou funds of The Tho sum ot from (he canteen fund was used in defrsyjnj; tho expenses ol rerrulilne. An investigation the whole matter will lie made by lieadiiuariprs.' (Hut bring rldimlo on the leg I slit his CiHii bill limillug ot ladles' shoo heels; Stale Senator 1'alloy, killed the Khby Iiuhcd ttio height extensive German not only D_ Rockefeller, scnr_ ploying ainst individuals, but aealnsl the Tho 53-ycnr-old evangelist, and verntncnl. f TS-ycar-old Standard Oil bllllon- i a! re, crossed clubs on tho links of Following Braft charges Sn congress. I p0cantico hills, Ihe result that the house clipped the t john n. beat Billy Iwo up in, a nine price it. will sanction for purchase of match. Billy the Jamestown Exposition site o[ re5t iiaval UBB. The senate will likely itockefellcr. spending his a meeting o( the Geuwtil Mhi- j (slerial association ot Vancouver, .the A firo which broUe oul Iu water- i unanimously Lho front district In Uie (own of Sorel. j [ollowiuj; rcsolutlou: near Montreal, destroyed property lhe judgment of Lliis me osLliuaLed at incluaiDg matier of the wealth ihopa of Lhe Canada Steatuslilps Co., j pOwer 0( Canada should be oreanlzed and a number of small vessels. j jn the iiUeresls of victory with a vlow 'Lo a righleous peace, be it resolved, That nearly Is lo be 1 lliat in any legislation direction (o spent in Manitoba, by the British gov-ilnis eml 1ne priilcipic 0E selection bcr crnmeDL in the purdiase of cavalry 'applied Lo ministers of religion as well by waiting to vote whether the brigade or only halt should go to scene. Our legislators must deM vnlb1 (he aiinatioQ as respoaslbte represen of Lhe people and rest their case .with the people, who later have in opportunity of rendering their ver- dict. In the meantime lei us do all we to win lhe war. horses Is the statement of the minis- ter cf agriculture bf that province Fourteen thousand horses are requir- ed. U.-CoI. W. A. Le C- King, Royal Engineers, fonnerlj- of the: Ceylon civil service, who has been billed, was appointed lo a Canadian military pro- iessorshlp directly before lhe warT but preferred to go Lo the IronL In connection with the celeb rat too of the SOth anniversary of Confedera-1 Lion on Monday. July 2, n as to the other AUCTION SALE Livci-y Barn BARONS on iSatiii'tliiy, June 2I5 AT ONE O'CLOCK 25 Heavy Draft Mares and Geldings ALL WELL BROKEN. TERMS CASH Ed. Poptiam W, M. Driver, Auctioneer Proprietor J. A. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., LLD.. D.CL. K V. F. JONES. AIM Owl N IJOHN AIRD. BROWN. Sop'l of Weiwm Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well equipped to handle kinds of repair work on either steam or gas tractors. Only high class work leaves our thop, ?nd we will quote you prices that are right. NIVEN BROS. Flrtt Aye. S. Phone 1732 WE HAVE LN STOCK FOH IM- MEDIATE SHIPMENT THE FOLLOWING 32 h.p. Rcevci. 32 h.p. Gate, 30-36 h.p, Rumely.f fJEAUS' 32 h.p. bull and clutch plnlonG. Master and Intermediate geari. 32 h.p. Case, bull and clutch pinions. Master geare, two and four arm tplder. We are now In a position to deliver caillngt every four days. G. KISCIIEL Leesco of the Lelhbrldce Iron Works. INSURE NOW YOU cannot afford to gamble. We have always'recelvcd fair selllemenls promptly frorrt the compiny we are representing. Securities Balmorat Block Lclhbrldge Hail Insurance mil easy to get nnd a good Ihlng Lo Jiavo In caso of loss by hall. It (3 a pro- tection that DP. ftiruier who rais- es grain can afford to'he with- out. We represent "Companies who have Lhe cash on liancl to pay aU claims forliall loaa when claims adjusted, prompt and satisfactory scttleiuepte. Cash or note iihymeul [or premium. GALVIX. Roon; Block HAIL INSURANCE .In selecting a Company to place your Hall Insurance with, there are two' Important things to consider- Ffrsl. the financial responsibil- ity cf the Company; szcond, their reputation for prompt and satis- .factory-adjustments. _ 'V. .Such 'an investigation will show Lhe BRITISH- CROWN as a leader. '.Don't taVe a chance. LcL place It in -the British Crown. V. Gibbons Co. PHONE 1191 BALMORAL BLOCK he. I boulder, sullably inscribed Is Lo erected on Lhp-EiLe ol the former iled Police bairaclii, Calgary, and short ceremony of unveiling will be nducled there. .Robert. Itofers to. play exceplt wiLhj.hls own deck, says the citizen. As a "cold'1 proposi- ilon, Rojers' takes the pot, CopatanUne ta solne fo Gcr- Lhe Kaiser's mailed list puts him back on Lhe throne. No doubt the Greek people nil I be moat pleased .to hear the Kaieer's threat. of days, appear Lhat gov- not 'nefed'Id ;Ji '_ H would be much belter Lf the two parlies could agree, Lhus avoiding (he necessity ot EOT ere men L inlerference', "but were Lhey to do so, would have lo give the public "1 ance that lhe.e would be ttrtkes during the war. The KOrernment has been 07 V In acting, but now LhaL Itiey hav ed, If. Is well LhaL they haije taken luch decisive action. A WHAT LETHBRIDGE SHOULD DO ON REp' CROSS great campaign to raise Ret 't Cross funds In the United Intimated lo (he cllj Spokane' Ibal he woold be pleased ;u centre would raise; when H iwas for ..In-the firat day ol campafgii were rafaed. The United States raised f23.000.ODO i the fint-day ol the naUon-wlde top of the success of the Liberty loan, one cannot help but ad 51 ire the spirit o! (he. American people. The city Lo seo the mines in ldee will be'glad operation again Mining la our ire a Lest industry far mi UK. When the mines ore working steadily the fortnightly pay. rolj.lo this Immediate district Is over 6 From a bland point therefore, ihe decision of the govern ment Lo force a scltlemenl ot-Lhe slrlke will be welcomed. T.hpugh reports of food shortage In should always bt ta'kcn will al grain of EalU Lhe IndlcaLlonA tha Ihe German. financial alructare 'I badly can be truly ;Lh6 case, for Cferman? arc HO realtifng on 'every foreign And the.enlry of tb _-.-.- :27 subscripllons ,of f.OOfl "Ther ibis nol only Lo Indi- cate lhe floe spirit lhe people of the United Stales arc carrying Info war, but also to polnl our way 'to komethlng In lhe campaign whkh la being undertaken throughput AlberLar on ,ped Croqsi which .la to .be'dbacn'ed In connection with the of on July 2nd. LlcuLenanl-Governor L> U. lhe mosl enihusiVsilp. Jaw KBWB should wrlle (o Red CrWia iworkers In the province, 1 the unique idea of combfn- log the tiro occasions, and we believe he liaspniaclc a wise sclccllon of tlaya r There (3 nothing more fit 1han lhat fiftieth anniversary of the hlrlh nt (he Dornfnlor. we should a callon and our.spirit o fp, sahriflce Lhe Canada Is engageti by In largely lo.fl (und which IE llbscly asaocfAfrid'HUh (he war. Tie with Its. billions lalo.the war wll irp're to the Germans (hat (he al war "ctie'sl la greater lhan Lh'elr's'Cvc The Moose Jaw News says: The Hegtna f.eadcr doubts Lhe ac :uracy of.the statement rnado Ly S'ews (bat, In tome Liberia constHu !9, cent, of Lhe AuaLro Oennans rolod for lhe Slflon cancl dale. It may doubt ftll bi Ine Rlatcmenl slacds- Nor Is sucrt vote surprising, for It la well know LnU'the AUilroneftr.ahtf d'ld lhe Earn thing In Lhe Jaw County bye election. SLI11 placing the old game. Tl: Edmonlori Journal, e laLLer pape had Ihe defeat of 'leader Mfcfi'ener a doped out, alLrlbiitlrig U lo Lhe An LroOerman vote ,'n the lasl five pol heard But Mr. Mtchener wa afid Ihe Jotirnal hann'l a word about ULC AuslroGermai since. 7 The.-: .Moose Jaw Newsy w lefcrn th olrclora pj' by a ol barefaced untruths of. which Lh Hbovfi Is a sample. CAPTTAIPAID Up, T RESERVE According to it: e OnlBiio. gOTeraiaeat rej decided mike. D. Black, "member ,for ddington, deputy minister of game id fisheries. U is also said that Sf. Rankln, FronLedac'a) member, slated for t provincial road-corn- IESIOB Job. "Mrs. A. 51. of Brock- He, Out., is lyir-E ID the hpspitcl In precarious coDdltlon. ts lhe result a fall fifteen" feet from ar alcove the rear of her'residence inhere she; _____ as sleeping. She was dreaming -i------- ouse was and on reaching upposedly lo rescue members ot her amlly became orerbaUnced. Mrs. Sarah ol .Vancouver, Me of a sokHer, is heli, at police arm wiii prohaoiy Jbc j ent to an asylum. She has been suf- ;ring from z nen'ous breakdown, and j rowned her four-yea r-'bta daughter i n a tath tub. She 'hid. no fecollec-. Ion of the crfme-'wheh.she awakened I rom a sound JnlghL'a. 'INDIVIDUAL SAVING IS ONE OF THE GREATEST BULWARKS NATION. Commence to-day by openjng a savings account. aw Lethbridge Branch- R. T. Brymner, SECURITY SAFETY SERVICE Farmers Fir Hail Insurance Co Is What you have heeti veiling for. It la what wt have all be'ch'walting' :cpmpany owned and by, ths of Alberta. Organized lo the service we'a're money "aL'home. -r Secure your hall protection early by oblalning a policy'In The" 'Farmers Fire Haii Insurance HEAD OFFICE, ALBERTA LETHQRIDGE V "Do BusTnesi In Vour Own SECURITY s SAFETY" i v SE.RVICE A new form of punishment has been evlsed by Judge Herod; of Kansas y for wife beilera. AfLer sentenc- George Marlln to a hundred dfljs Lhe rock pile, he ordered the pa- rolmen w.'io escorted him (o lhe farm" Lo slop on their way by lhe fl.isonrl river. and duck lhe- prisoner hree Limes, epirlla arc the judge' Lold Marlin, Lhey need John Jr., rnuHlmU- lonulre In his own right, and son oft he world's nrat; billionaire, led Billy' Sunday's audience in prayer at New fork. He said: "We thank Thee f-orii hat (here arc so many men. and wo- 1 men In Lhla clly who treVot Interest- ed In making irjoney so' much as Jn deeper things of Lhe spirit. Money Is not the object, of this man of Clod." Imeanlng la hungering and thlratlng for A. The prayer was punctuated by low voiced "amena" from Billy. Col. C. TI. Mitchell, D.9.O., Toronto, first alaff officer of the second JJrKleh _ aakcd leave to decline Lho! Order of Companfon'of -St. Michael and St. George, which included In the birthday honors. Jt li Mated Iliaf he did not know whal waa contem- plated unlll Lhe publlcatloji of the list and that lila action- taken too late. Col. Mitchell, who declares hlui-j self unworlliy of further Is also ft men her of tSe legion of Honor, and his brilliant Inventions for Intelligence work have been 'eiln by all the allies. Line Camfort Ecensmy. Modern Steamers. RxcoIlenL accommodation, nttentfon anJ chflrlren. Trcpalti UcKcIs liaiied at lowc.U ratea. Full Informiilloil' (rqni'.anjr R.1I. or H.H. Accnl or H. E, LlDMAN, din. 441 Main Wlnniptg, Min. Phone M S3I2 470 Qranvllli Vancouver, Phont 3W SITUATED HALF A MILE FROM'ti .ON THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY BRANCH LINE KxceHciU Motor Kourl'from Lethbri'ilge to luvcrincrc --.'-ivA. Vfa Fernie and Fort Sletlc DISTANCE: Lelhbrldge to Ftrnie 135 Ftrnfp to Invtrmere.................... 140 miles What to do at foyer-mere Ibc many-lnlcr.' pstlng roads Chat radiate In oil directions from [nvermcrc, alonn (he lakes and hack lo the nioun- talm. "f' ;iie "sporly" alno hole course of llic'lnvcrmere nnri country .cluli. Only short dla. tancft Ironi the liolcl '-jjronnds. Specbl rates granted 16''hotel court only .A. tew minutes 'fc-olk from 'Ins hotel, open to guests al B-Frnnll fee. Me Wlndcrmcre anil'lho Columhla HIver. v Wlnllerracrc and the for famed Jlid.'umHot Springs at Sinclair, Tvhtch can bu reachctl by motor In thart an hour from the hotel. Iroul abound In the many smaller laVeg and streams. ThC'ac places, can easily niched by MOUNTAIN CLIMBlNO-A con- venient base from whtrll lo ex- ploic Ilic v.-onnerfii) glaciers at the hpatl of Toby and llorsf Tlilel Creeks.- Haddlo 'and nacb hortcs ran ho obtained ana Com- petent Euliles VtinplleH. cars cd and repairs Auloino- for hire. la the time your hall Insurance. cost you no less ont month hence. Vour crop this year will undoublcdlyte Lhe you ,-riavc1. tyer raised, Lhcrtfcre, you should take no crjancei, a-rcllsblo company, v Our company has been dolrto for over-eighty yaart AND IS TIIOHOUGIILY iiELTABLE SEE UB NOW Ison Skeith OENERAL INSURANCE OFFICE: GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BLOB. PHOrjE 1343 POLICIES ISSUED IN OUR 1MMED- COVERING. IF HEGES.8ARV WE CAN-COVER' YOU BY PHONE. INCLUDED IH THE ASSETS OF OUR COMPANY ARE Loan Dcbcnlure.s, WRITE- FOR FOLDER I Hotel Rates: Roam and Boafd per Room with private bath and per H.iy Special rates 1tr. ttmlllti MA tor longer periods. BETTER IN ADVANCE m m m Relialble For Farmers Assets. No Liabilities. ixaf farmer .since ual Company for Farm Only iu-l Jlic Curry. .fp.R INFORMATION WRITS TO THE SECRETARY :THE ;MILK RIVER MUTUAL PAUL MADGE, PRES. GEO. Wcy'., MI1K Rlrtr, Alia, ;