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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGE fOUB in: LETJTSTWCE DAILIT UERMD JUNK 3AILY A HO WEEKLY 10 Haiti: delirwed. p'fr vrteX delivered per ywr Daily, by mall, per year KW ,WMVlr, bj- mall, year I'50 .WMtljr, liy oaiL per year to U.S..JJ.OO TELEPHONES Easiness Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan President anil Managing Director 'Joho Torranre Buslueas Mauaiet because tte growers laVe a pride tn ILeir product anil put (hem on the market properly, graded and otherwise iu good rODilitlou. Qoe Coaldile. farmer took (1100 worth o( potatoes off three year. Does not that Indicate that tbe potato business Is worth constderlm? Ol courstf it dixsa't always vleld as well, but the possibilities are groat if our farmers will set to work to establish a reputation lor their pota loes as did the farmers ot Greely. Dales of eiplry ol sUDScrlptlou ap- rear dally on address libel. Accept- inco ot papers alter expiration date our authority to continue lie. sub- scrlptlon. Your King and Country Nert You Right Nml THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Lens is about to fall Into allied hsDJs. The Canadians and British troops are oloeins in aboal city and uiauy or ihe outer already In thflr handj. This rolghly industrial capital ot France has been In possession of the Germans almost since the first days o[ Ibe xar. and from its .mines and factories the Cer- misns have drawn much of the vitality of Tfar. Now It is to be redetmed tr the British and much o( the credit of tils wort will lall to tue Canadian troops- The capture ol Vimy Rldie by tie Canadians made the capture, of Lens inevitable wllnln a short lime. The work of the Canadians since thai Victory has been concentrated upon improving their grip on the surround- inff defences of Lens, aad 50 well has this work been done yesterday's dispatches announced that the British troops were all but within the walls of the city. The captur? ot Lens will render still more untenable the CUT of Lille, and this in turn will make it easier to late Douii and Cambrel. TIjE.ELECTIONS IN SASKATCHEWAN Earlr morning reports Indicate that the Liberal government will be elected In Saskatchewan with about the same majority as In the last legiitature. The'' result Js 'not suprislng lo one who .has, followed tne campaign The same Uclics were used there aa were used in Conservatives impulbg molives of disloyalty to the Liberals In connection with' Ine sol- dier vote and Ihe franchise of natur- alized aliens. Tie result of such He lies has beeB Just whal the Conserra- tives have Invited. The scandals Involving certain mem fcers of Ine old legislature were used to the limit by Lhe Conservatives. T V tli'c sclecltpn of'Premier Martin to lead the lovernment has renewed the confidence of the electors in Ihe Liber ftls la evident from the result. His own election in Reglna, whers the Couser vatives predicted his sure defeat, in dicates that the electors consider him the rlebl man ID Ibe place. The resnlts of the various ....'elections throughout Canada siace'.tbi .-beginning of the war have been such .t as'j should give the Conservatives pknTC. Every -Liberal governaaen' has goae to the people has been Three Conservative gov have been defealrxK There li a lesson In these elections for fov in poww at Ottawa. THE CRUEL FATE OF THE WAR It is the cruel fate of this awful rurjle as ot all other similar strug- es In Ihe world's history, that the 03 ol Eome of ibe beii and bravest the nation's oianLt.L'd must Deeds sacrificed upon tt- battlefield. The news of Major Stafford's death ou] wounds reached the city thte ornlng, and once more brouit.t ihe citizens with a terrible suocX e realities of Ihe war. Major Staf- rd was one of the city's most promt- Dt citizens. He raised the 39lh bal- y for active service In a record ace of time and It "was one of the st artillery units lu the service. He- ntly (he gallant officer has been un- r fire considerably, and It is be- :ved that he received ihe wounds hlcb cauiei] bis death while under- ling important observations. Thus within scarcely more lliaa a onto Ltlhbridge the two mmanders of the two first artillery ils to leave here for the fronl. Ma- r nipley met Instant death from a and aa has been told 'la these lumns, he was conspicuous while on ly at tbe front for his ability and r his bravery under fire. Now Major ifford bas glren hit Die. Lethbrldge lizeus will revere the memories of ess ifo offlrers woo have nllaatly ide- the supreme .V SHOULD HAVE POTATO There Is no need to lell anyone lha Southern Alberta Is going Lo have Ih hiKfeet harvest of potatoes in Its .hi lory, this fall. ThJs raises the QQealioD.as to how they.' are '.to .be-Uken of. It I ".ea'ly enongti care of Ihe hai veit. from_ the back-yard ganlen. Bu fameis everywhere will hare thpui of bushels for which along '7 spice will need to be found. Man of these be shipped during th fall months, while others will have t be stored over the Knowing Ihli It behMres Ihe farm ers with potatoes to slore to mail provisions now to lake care of then Hut something more Is suggeste Southern Alccrta. polatoes hsve gali fil something of a repulallon In Ih eastern markets. Thai reputallo could be greatly Increaicd If raw steps Kere to be taken to eslablle a trading Echeme for our potato cro To, Jo this government control wou be Who can that go eroment grading of potatoes T be lor Ihe pota grower aa'. wheat grading for tl whtal.grower.or hay grading for th hay grower. Poialo ffiflrfcelljig a sotlallon; might he formed wllh In In mind. .example.'.of what bas" Lee -itirfit; _we would polnl oul that Qree! Colbrsdo, bas established A reputatli from ,onef end of I ,..United" Slates (o (he Collier. The uemand a'prenilu LLY TACTICS OF DRY PAPER As if the conscription m ere not already doing enough 10 iden the Breach which separates the Canadians of Quebec from rest cf the people of Canada, Ibe orontot Telegram continues to harp the "miserable worthless Laurler policy, useless alike to Canada. r Britain." Just what good pur. >ote the Telegnm hopes to Eerre by Ils tactless policy The Herald would to know. It is not going-fa clear he Quebec iltualion. There ars Ihou suds of Canadians believe now they did in 1910 that the Laurier aval policy was tbe'rlgbt s riglt n Ihe Australian policy liaj itself to be. The Toronto Telegram was quite ubmfsstve when Premier Bordeo ted into his cabinet representatives Ihe NatlousJist. ot Quebec, whose aval policy vflis "money without ien." ihoQld H go ont of ay now to stir up old prejudices I ill bul to Ihe lemge between the rmctaJ i tllneit. of Canada? It might be iuch better employed trying to. Ida ale to the new policy of conicrlp- on those Cftaidlaaa who hire been nlled to a feeling, of secuirtT by the fl-repealed asiurances by ajid his cabinet that conscrlp 'on would not Istroducvd In Can- all PICKED UP THE BUSY The McDould pelecUte J. Ladler. ot died Lid.. o( Winnipeg- Las been a prisoner of war In ttermauy ated with a capUt.liiaUaii ol 1 (lie Vale unlvw- Holy Cross rollege of received jl.SQO.OW tu gifts from has nude John McCorniairk. and conferred 720 degrees. tu Honors Doctor c( H. Barber, of Guctph. was Miss Elemor Parker lias been with wWIe f.sthtg Quitud of conspiracy against the when found by his couiittuloila Act and wlH receive her degree nearly drowned. Kdiuuml Joiws. a retired col- The wfll of Horace uilQlster of Chalham, died ven edhor of the NQW York Post, u (Mealy while ou his way down to'wi poses of 1325.000, most of it going his borne. bis tUusbterr A. E. A. Evans. Junior mtrnlwr Li-nun i N. V- the Drin of Marlait, Warner aiu In a fatal In trout ol subway ban-liters of Winnipeg, and loal tLs killed ID acllon. Tira socs rjf Commissioner A. A, Uussey, a well known of Toroino. lion Army of Urootlyn, died In B scholarships lu (tie chirtercd chair while having n looth ant wbile under gas. Cipt VrederlcV Q. O'Leary, of buicher named George MacJou i a loon, a o( ilcGIll eiuployeJ by the Sleltler Mca sity, decorated with the at StcUler, was suddenly lakct Cross while at wort and died before mertj aid could be suaiuiousil. Jobn CbUllrV, owner of (he cheese factory at Smith, eight Alclde Pupuls. o from a veteran died suddenly at SI. Jac maker, was Instantly killed when da 1'Aehlgan hi Ills 52iul year boiler exploded, '.wrecking the death mates the second vacaucj the provincln) house. Jean de Die ReJlle Soulte, Duke ot Dalmatla, who was a member of the chamber of deputies for Tarn, fans been killed La action, lie vis 29 Tears H, Ford. Ph.D.i'of' Univorsitv of Michigan, lias been in vlletl lo Join the faculty of the Wesl cm university, London, Cm., a p'rofes of ninthenjallcs. Word has been received at Bton tb'avt Lieut. M. Good TV in, of D. Crjger, whose daugiile Canadian sou ot Dean murdered, IIQS written Mayo L. Goodwin, of Sctoo? of New Yorli, demanding Ili Practical Science, bceu of Police Comiu sslone the MlliUrj- CNMB (or bis good f The1 butter bow-1, tobacco Jar, case of tbe Ualtle Creek Toast lets. Bibles; candlestick, table Corn Flahes. company against th chair ol the ate Chief Joseph K. Kellogg company for leader of tbe Six Nations and ally for Infringement of patent the Br.tUih, have secured for was ndjourned at Lon torical purposes by Mrs.- J. Y. unlll Ihe ncn-jury silling. of supreme court of Canada ha Cast. Archie Nalsmlth, M.D.. Ihe appeal of the o[ Dr. A. D. NalsmUh, of against a verdict' of villc, Onl., formerly bf Milverlun, who Cor two Tears has been in In J. A. KiioU, of Aviunlpeg wljo sued Ibe. paper for libel dam with the lOUt Field B.E.F.. has been awarded the Cross. at" SI. John, X. icauset] .IOES estloiRfeffc.j'al ir The American Bed Cross will Slrcel building, 6wnet an American commission to E, Rodger, of Englanc lo wort along and behind the occupied bj- several firme. Tb front, JD the asrae way a Elmllar fcfJJi Marcus pro'babl mlsclon is to operate In France Hie heiTiesl loss." Belgium, In tbal ,way and oilier relief of the Russian army will be Avillougbby, Ih young Englisli officer who cut such 5walh in New York antl was In Dr. Leon Sam. toe only Chine to A. J. BaUour, appeared 1 practitioner In Toronto, appeared court on a nominal charge c the police ciiuH on :a .charge of He is belnff .held pendin ing opium n his possession, and flniral from Ottawa of Domltiio remanded one week. Bail for service men. .Thn authorltle was iran ted. Nearly Trorlh be will likely be laken back I optam wts con Created at tie to charges of passln man's premises. _ checXs, MIS lillr Traction Engine REPAIRS art well to hindlo all kinds of repair wwk (ui either stcini or ea> Only high claia work leaves oui shop, and we will you that are right NIVEN 216 Pint Avc. OCOLATES Your discriminating clwice of quali your tasrc for delicacies, ar your attcntivcness to her fancies, make a wel- The courL of king's bench. radically effectcil nl Chlcneo al courL ot appeals, staling that the Uar- Ariound Lavergne from Its mem be r- ship. All cos's of the case are against large number of young girls BROS. Phon? 1732 WE HAVE IN STOCK FOR IM. MEDIATE SHIPMENT THE FOLLOWING ORATES 32 h.p. RccVflft, Cue...... 3W6 Riiqitlx. GEAltS kvp. bull and clutch plnlonr Matter and 32 h.p. Gate, fault and clutch pinions. Muter geari, two and lour arm iplder. We flro-no'w In a to deliver castings every four G. KISOIIKL I.cssro o[ the Iron works. base camps In France to lake up Ihe wort of orderlies, cooks, clerfcs, tele- phone lelegraimisls, elC-.. so 05 to free (he men who linvc been fllllug these odiccs for active servJcc at the front. The Novoc Vrcyma, Pclrocrail, prints a big ndrerllsemenl from n.u uonamed Aniericun coriwratton whicb declares thai iL 000 for the purchase; in'Russia of au- (.Iqucs, pJciures, porcclaiji and tapes L-y. ?i.astm GorVy Jjaa Issued a fun- protest describing the plan "robbery of our national treasures." He demands a law similar to that in Italy forbidding the export ol -A'o of art. Re-union of the Hulled Synod of Ihe South, the general council em. general synod of the KvBngellcal Lntli- cran church in Jhc United Stales, was reeling of.llic general synod. Luili- i ran rhurche's of ibis were split Jiita lliree separate bodies at the rime or Hie Civil War because of doc-i trinal and otlior ddlcrenccs. Tlie plan] is to merge the lliree rc.lBions bodies Into Ihe "United Lutheran Church of America. "Final stepa In the reorgan- ization will'be taken at n general ronvenllon' ta lie held In XovcmJjcr, INSURE-NOW You cannot aff6rd to o amble. We have always recelve'd fair promptly- from the we are.representing. Albciln .Sc'curiiics l BCack Lelhbridgc TRY A HERALD WANT AD. WHEAT THE TIME TO BUY GOOb FAHM LANOi-Fnvmers In '.tie West lust yi-ars with (irlcos ftl Sl.OO ;nnd'51.25 per bushe-'- ha7f lieen iMyinr; lands out of one. crop. V.'hnt may Iliey not Jo with wheat and all farm produce al.tbelraircscnt prices? 7 _ ascellerit 'properties to .Tr'ufl'Estates-.- uniler btir" care anpcal to the farmer and investor, anil u-Jiicli-'inufft ue r'eiiKred S EN O V FO R LI ST. J THE STANDARD TRUSTS CO: (Head Office ._' 1 Alberta. Branch, MaDteod Block') write to VV. A. Davis, __ Alberta Lethbridge. Lelohridge has pure while at leaM. orth ncitlDf. or waUr again. Tbe fact Is Tbe police In Ciliary got a letter Alberta, B.C. a won- ler IL wasn't addressed lo Alberta, Calgtrj. Ills come Into hts own In He the strong raan of the .and bta Influence will IOOD make Itieir tell. >TEece. tU relurDB were ID, IL was ttat Spokane hsd rifaed JHS.OOO for the Red Cross. This an'Iniplration for-ui lo aim high next Monday. The Winnipeg Frees (ells be that Southern again hai ihe premlrr crop prosptcts or Western nidV. We all tutw but It's alee hire II repeated by the leading Crop aulkorilr of the weal. Commission rr Armstrong sh waste no lime in getting the mines In operation. The' outlook for a col' famlne'ft bid enough without fol.iy Ing" any' loriger proiiuctfoo In ibis Im lUf Held. B. C. aslrolofferfl discovered mining claims by the llghl ot Ihe moon, f.ni are now In the courts on n chargl ot delnudlng Hie public, tali o mlnfag schemes won't the of the moan, lei alone the llghl o day. lion. Albert .SerJgny Ihluks lha Quehec's ghare' of the propose: (o he rataed under con icrlplion inonld I much In need o( repair If Quebec wishes lo furnish Its (jnol in prnnorllon to'what Allfru ha already II will hare la send ove SECURITY SAFETY z SiERVICE Farmers Insurance Co IB wHat you have bsen waiting for. Is what we waiting .company owned and controlled by (he farmerc- of ,Alberta. to give UE the service are entitled to-ind-tv. rtsp our '-money "al'homc. Stcure.j'pur hail protactlon early by obtaining a policy IH 'The Hail Insurance Co. HEAD (SpMcE, ALBERTA BLOCK, LEJHBRIDOl "Ho Buslnsss In Your Own Crowd." SECURITY SAFETY SERVICE When You Market Consider Your Less Fortunate Neighbor. "Every citi zen who uses jyate in houaeiiold lhan his house- hold actually needs is in creasing, of living for (hose less I fortunate, uirl he b hindering the proiecution of the war." 5fr "Ghana} While, tftinula of Fmanct, .HAIL INSURANCE .In selecting a Company to place your Kail are IWo Jrnporlanl Ihlngs (o consider. Flril, tlic flnancjiil rMp'ppiVibll. ity.'Of 'second, their reputation for -prornpr i' Such'an InvcsLigallOn will chovs Ihf BRITISH CR6WN ai a leader.'! Don'l take a chance. Let us place It In the Brttfsfi Crown. R. V. Gibbons Co. BALMORAL BLOCK PHONE 1191 i weU-toJo woman who iiu at her phone and orders provisions UviaUy. of price, ii abiteing the power of money as a butty obujei brute strength I No longer C4in we help ourselves as we ice fit from an unlimited food ere either limiting our buying to our own rcctl needs or "hogging" tomeone else's ihnre. Extravagant buying by those who can afford it, with in some i hitdMBi, (ltd ncen at some tablet, wil] ineritably bring slill greater lnuhfciin to those who cannot afford the prices, and hunger to those who BlUlt ire on leu. Buy for your houiehotcf carenilly and ecorramically as your husband tot nil fafSory, store or office. -Study (odd values as well as make it a point to know iust you are find that you can feed year family well on far Jess than you spend now, Invert the saving in Canadian War 'Strings and you will be denUntg your tervke to the. .War Savfngs Certificates issued in denominnlions of and 100, to.be repaid in three yean at full fnco value. They craft UK) 906 respectively, at all Money Order Post Offices and Banks, thus jMkig over' Interest. T r- The National" Service Board of Canada, OTTAWA. 23 Hail Insurance Now la the time to place your hall Insurance, It'.vHII cost you no [cat one month hence, i" crop this y-aar will unrJoubledly he Ihe rnOBf raised, therefore, you ihould lake no .chancel. a _rollable hao been dolna budnesg for, over eighty yean 8EE NOW Skeith 'GENERAL INSURANCE OFFICE; OBOUND FLOOR, SHERLOCK BLDO. ISSUED IN OUR OFFICE OIVISO IMMED- IATE COVEHINO. IF MECE3BARV WE CAN COVER 'VOU BJ PHONE. INCLUDtt) IN THE ASSETS OF OUR COMPANY-AM ;