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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAH.1T HERALD FRIDAY. JUNE 22, 1017 ietbbrtoge l^eralfc letbbrt&ae, Hlbecta * 3 A I LY AND WEEK LY Subscription Rates: t>ally, delivered, per week......10 Daily, delivered per year ......$6.00 Dally, by mail, per year.........$4.00 .Weekly, by mall, per year......$1.50 Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S..52.00 TELEPHONES Business Office ............... 1252 Editorial Office ............... 1224 W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance  - Business Manager Dates of expiry of subscriptions appear daily 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 All recent development- in the war tend to the prediction that Germany will soon make another peace offer. The entrance of the V. S.. the failure of separate peace negotiations with Russia, the predicted failure of crops In Germany, all tend to the conclusion that Germany cannot hold out much longer, and that another attempt to make peace on her own terms, namely the return to the status quo ante, will be made. That this will not be considered by the entente is also a foregone conclusion. Britain is in better shape, notwithSjjanding the submarine warfare, with regard to her food situation than she was a month or so ago, and Germany is beginning to realize that the advantages are all on the side of the allies. The Russian government has obtained the full support in its war policy of the workmen's and soldiers' council and a new offensive is expected by them shortly. going back again as we did in 1914. We have the capital in tho country | for a continued steady growth, and we: must make preparations to meet it. | Lot us try to interost capital in this ! project. Our efforts may not bo immediately rewarded, but they will. bring results in time. Our present hotel owners are doing their best with the accommodations at their command, but when that is not enough it is time for public action. CONSCRIPTIONIST LIBERALS MAKE THEIR STAND KNOWN. The speech of Hugh Guthrie, On-tarii Liberal on the conscription measure, fairly defines the stand to be taken by a number of Ontario and Maritime Liberals, and most of the members of the Liberal party from Western Canada. Mr. Guthrie criticized features of the bill and criticized also the failure of the government to introduce some plan for the conscription of wealth along with the measure, but he said he realized that the great need of the Canadian army in France was reinforcements and that would be the main consideration with him in his rejection of Sir Wilfrid Laurier's amendment and his support of the conscription measure. It now appears evident that the conscription bill -vyIII pass and become iaw at an early date. The next question is "What of' Quebec?'" Is there going to be any effort on the part of the government to conciliate and educate the people of Quebec In order to overcome the regrettable opposition which has arisen there? Or will the government allow the wave to roll higher and higher until, as R. B. Bennett predicted, civil war would be the result? Sir Robert Borden has taken a strenuous course in order to provide reinforcements, but he has not displayed such diplomacy as would be considered necessary in handling a situation such as Quebec presents. Britain dealt with a revolution in Ireland even after the best brains in the Old Land' had labored to solve the Irish difficulty. Premier Borden's lack of appreciation of the French-Canadian embroglio does not augur well. A CONSERVATIVE VIEW OF CONSCRIPTION OF WEALTH. Mr. Middleboro, Conservative member for North Grey, in speaking on the conscription measure, said there was no need for conscription of wealth as Canada was already raising enough money for the war. The Western Associated Press report of his speech has it: Mr. Middleboro then dealt with the declaration of Hon. Rodolphe Lemieux to the effect that wealth should first be conscripted. There was. said Mr. Middleboro, no appeal for wealth at the present time, and no suffering for lack of wealth to carry on the war. It was of no use for the sake of getting vengeance on some one who did not happen to have a son to extract something from that man's pocket. The president of the Great War Veterans' association advocated some conscription of wealth, but put conscription of men ahead of it. The use of the phrase "conscription of wealth" was a very general one. If it meant imposition of sufficient taxes upon the people to carry on the war then he was in favor of it. If it meant the collection of taxes, then Canada had conscription of w-alth, for $200,000,-000 was being raised through taxes now itr force. The people of Canada would like to know if this is the opinion .also of Premier Borden and the members of the cabinet. If it is the conscription measure will not be well received in many quarters, Conservative as well as Liberal. The Conservative press in this province is out in favor of making wealth pay a far greater proportion of the immediate cost of the war. The rank and file of the people demand it. There may be no lack of wealth to carry on the war, as Mr. Middleboro states, but that does not mean that Canada should not be taking advantage of the prosperity resulting from the war to pay every possible cent of the cost of the war while it is in -progress. That is what England is doing and that is what Canada should be doing. If such a course is not followed, in the years to come while Canada is paying off her war debt, hundreds of thousands of men who have done their bit and have 1 returned ,twill be paying their burden by means of indirect taxation along with the..men of wealth who can now very well afford to pay heavily. Thef cannot be made to pay too heavily if they are to pay in proportion to the men who quit civil life to enter the arniy in this 'time of stress. There should be some pronouncement by the Borden government on the matter of conscription of wealth. Failure to do so will be construed as fear of the big financial interests of the country. j January last, left an estate valued at i $S,000,000 the greater portion of which is to be divided between his! two sons Angus and Hugh. Two arrests have been made following the fire at Fangman, Sask., when five business places of that town where burned to the ground. J. F. Diemert, postmaster and William J. Milligan were arrested on a charge of arson following the fire. Danish newspap'ers''*tel) of a shortage of petroleum products in Denmark which is resulting in the shutting down of all industrial and electric light plants using oil for fuel and the' compulsory use of candles except in hospitals, factories and other places of public necessity. Col. George Bradbury, M.P. for Selkirk, Man., cannot longer attend the hession of parliament. He was removed, recently from Ottawa to Battle Creek sanatorium, Battle Creek, Michigan, where it is believed two months' sojourn will relieve his suf- fering, which Is heart troublo, suffered while on active service. Doublo fares on tho street railway bohveen Port Arthur nnd Fort ^Vll-llnnx Instead of the single fnro, in effect since tho rood wns Inaugurated nearly twenty years ago, wero approved by tho Ontario rnllway board. Tho two cities had previously agreed on the incroaso to overcome annual deficits.' RUSSIAN RY. STRIKE. Petrograd, June 21.-Tho ' railway men on the first section of the Nicolas ralhvny which -connects Tetrograd and Moscow have gone out on strike. The remainder of the rnthvnymeri are said' to be opposed to like action. Tho OCCASIONALLY you'll hear a man say, "Well, does this Mennen's they advertise - really differ from other shaving' preparations? Such a man is cheating his /faca ovit of f\ new shaving experience-merely for want of tho slight effort to try out a good thing. Get a tube of Mennen's and s*? for yourself. AfatU ix Canada men struck without awaiting tho award of a commission that hnd been appointed to oxnmino their claims. Tho government Ihib issued an appeal to tho people to remain calm, In Vlow of ,a possible extonslon of the strike. Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well equipped to handle all kinds of repair work on either steam or naa tractors, Only high class work leaves our shop, and we will-quote you prices that, are right. N1VEN BROS. 216 First Ave. S. Phone 1732 WE HAVE IN 8T0CK FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT THE FOLLOWING. GRATES , 32 h.p. Reoves. 32 h.p. Case. 30-36 h.p. Rumelyt � GEARS 32 h.p. Reeves, bull and clutch pinions. Master and Intermediate gears. 32 h.p, Case, bull and clutch pinions. Master gears, two and four arm spider. We are now In a position to deliver castings every four days, G. KISCHEL Lcrboo of the Lethbridge Iron s Works. The Foot Toggery SATURDAY Specials White Canvas Button Boots, low heel. -Sizes Setoff, at.................$2.85 Children's Slippers at..............$1.35 Woman's �nmps, all leathers at....., $3.65 Men's Oxfords, anything in store at .. $3,95 W. J. Nelson & Co., Sherlock Block Gow's Livery Barn BARONS on Saturday. June 23 AT ONE O'CLOCK 25 Heavy Draft Mares and Geldings ALL WELL BROKEN. TERMS CASH Ed. Popham W. M. Driver, Auctioneer Proprietor J. A. Gow, Clerk. The need of an internal elevator at Lethbridge was further emphasized before the railway commission by the hay growers of Pincher Creek who raised over 3,000,000 bushels of timothy seed last year and had to pay back haul charges on it to have it stored and cleaned. The case ot Hon. Albert Sevlgny appointing a man who Is opposed to recruiting to a position in the government service In order lo keep the appointee's mouth shut Is on a par with Sir. Robert Borden's recognition ot the Uourassa Nationalists ever since 1011. The' Quebec meHS is pretty much of the Conservatives' own making. Well Take a 2�59 $28 $30 And good suits as low as $15.00. Our CLUETT SOFT SHIRTS at $1.25, $L50. $1.75, $2.00 are very reasonable. You'll surely think so if you care for quality. Then our SUMMMER UNDERWEAR in various styles. Our Summer Hosiery, our Straws aud Panama Hats are all willing to do their share at reasonable prices. Give Us the Contract The <62" INSURE NOW . Ypu cannot afford to gamble. We have always received fair settlements promptly from the company we are representing. Alberta Securities Balmoral Block Lethbridge Hail Insurance .'Hall Insurance-is easy to get and a good thing  to  have in cas-o of loss by hall, it is a protection that no farmer who raises grain can afford to be without. We represent Companies who have tho cash on hand to pay all claims for hail Iobb when claims are adjusted, prompt and satisfactory settlements. Cash or note payment accepted for premium. II. GALVI1V Room 7, McDonald Block Lethbridge - Alberta HAIL INSURANCE - In selecting a Company to place your Hail Insurance with, there are two important things to consider. First, the financial responsibility of the Company; second, their reputation for prompt and satisfactory adjustments. Such an Investigation will show tho BRITISH CROWN as a leader. Don't take a chance. Let us place it In the British Crown. R. V. Gibbons & Co. BALMORAL BLOCK SECURITY F T7* SAFETY :t SERVICE & Hail Insurance Co I armersrire Is what you have been waiting for. It Is what we(have all been waiting i for.-A company owned and controlled by the farmers of Alberta. Organized to give uc the service we are entitled to and to keep our money at home. Secure your hall protection early by obtaining a policy In The Farmers Fire & Hail Insurance Co. HEAD OFFICE, ALBERTA BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE "Do BuBlness-in Your Own Crowd." SECURITY SAFETY SERVICE J McKELVIE _ McGUIRE The Largest Exclusive Men's Clothing House in Southern Alberta Kirkhaiu Block Lethbridge FHI1C6 Nov/ Is'the time to place your hall Insurance. It will cost you no less one month hence. Your crop thin year will undoubtedly be the moot valuable you have ever raised, therefore, you should take no chances, 8olcct a reliable company. s -. - Our company has been doing business forN over eighty years AND IS THOROUGHLY RELIABLE SEE US NOW el IN GENERAL INSURANCE OFFICE: GROUND FLOOR i$HERLOCK BLDG. PHONE 1343 . ;EO,LICIES ISSUED IN OUR OFFICE GIVING IMMEDIATE COVERING. UNNECESSARY WE CAN COVER- YOU � BY PHONE. . INCLUDED IN THE ASSETS OF OUR COMPANY ARE Dominion War Loan Debentures, $130,000,00 ;