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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta fins LEtunniDGR nAii.t JUNE A "sameness" that is moat enjoyable------the un- varying, goodness of a cup of "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. It never fails to greet you with that same exquisite fragrance, amber clearness and delightful flavour, that win people with the firsl cup. la Ji, 1 and.3 pound tirti. fine ground for Percolators. Never sold In bulk. u CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. 'EXPECT KELLY 10 BE RELEASED Ottawa, June decision ol the Manitoba itulbnritles not to pro- ceed further with the case aga.nst the three er-mintelers of Manitoba will be followed, on the part of the Dominion nuthorllles, by an order for Ihe release froin Stony Mountain penitentiary ol .Thomas Kelly. Petitions requesting clemency for the prisoner have been received by ,the department of justice during the 'past year and recommendations for his release on the B round of 111 health have also taen sent in. n.-eded As Witness One of the cMcf reasons why tin action tms not'been taten bit her La along the lines ol the petitions, and Tecpmnicndadons has been (hat U the ei-mrnlslers were placed on .trial Kelly would be required as a irlt- nees. It he bad been released be not have been available in case te had been needed. The order lor release will be issued Very shocUy. The local Greet colony la highly elated over the turn ol affairs In Greece, and now lost Venltelos his been railed to form e cabinet they de clare thai order will soon come out ot chaos. -Leaders of (ha local Greeks def.aro that Premier Venizelos will ehorll> issue a call (o arms to Greek's all over Ihe world, and hcthbrldge wUI sent Us quota lo fight the old feud agalns the Turk Jand the Tlulsar- Compul- sory service .will Discourse be the rule A number o! members of lie Greelt colony are rea'dy to respond at once lo-lho call. -Thoy expect u. big drive by the Salonika allied armies as soon as the Greet armies can be organized (CONTINUED TKOM DOMINION DAY V1AV CANADiAKPACIFtC FARE AND ONE THIRD GOING' ONTABIO'BABY STRONG pfrt. Jarvl: uyi Or. Caned'! Tablet! Cured Her Dclicats Child When Nothing i Efie: Could. Mrs. Jarvia, Bci 2S6, P.O. Ontario, writes: ''It Is A pleasure to "tell, ypii .what Dr. Cassell's Tablets dorie for my baby- onlyi tiVe months old be fell 111, and though I1 had "medical adrlcc for him he got vone I Wed sCTeral Epeclal fooda, ot'them, would stay on hU and he became so thin that ke.VBcemcd just: skin and''boneJ lie only' ifelghed 10, Ibs., and ire never he could live. But chancing to bear of Dr> Caesell'3 Tablets I got pome for and am thankful I Ad. He Is a bonD7 boy now, quite .'cored, 'and weighs .25 at twelve "A free cf Or. CaueltVTab- Ma' to you on receipt of I for mailing and packing- Ad- An Old Timer. The late Major Slaitord came le Lelhbrldse when but a few years old with the lamlly vrbo were amoug Ihe iiral settlers lu IhU part ot the west. His Tatter, the laic Stalford Is close.; connecled with the coal de- velopment of Southern Alberta. He the first'superintendent of mines here. He came west- In ihe eighties and. explored the South E taldiewan for coal for the Northwest CoaJ and-Navigation Co. who decided' to open the mines here which" are now known as the Gait mines.- The lale Major Stafford sreir up and received all his schooling here of the gold.rush to the i.he Joined in the trek and was ____, successful. After Belling his holdjnjs there .he came bicVto Leth- bridge-and Invesled In ihe furniture "a member -of Ihe Lalef UE eii'.eTed the- ness with MrVAgnew. On eelllng ou the the late Major SUttord CoL Stewart formed a part- nership'for thB'.transaction ol real es- and '.insurance -brokerage .bosl- continued until.the Vaf.broie put-and both partneVa'en artillery. -Litajpf.'. Stafford was always -Inter estM-in aiiyth'Uig to develop the city of and was an active member" of the Board of ing" held- In that body. -He was_also interested In mun Icipal allalrs, having been one, of the numbers of sinking- fund trustee ward, and one ilme a candid ale for... marpralty honors.. He was also active in matters pertaining to he Gait HoapUal. He was a mtm >er of Kno'i church and had been fo an officer of Ihe congregalion ..The-late :.iajor wag born at N. 33 years ago. Besides a" "sorrowing widow anveek from tomorrow. The features of today's sidings were speeches by Col. Arthurs of Pa'rry Souml, who has been at Uio (ronl re- cently; Dr. Michael Clarfc, o! lied Deer, ami A. K. MacLean of Halifax: Dr. Clark chaciplcncd-lhQ caascrlp- tlou Mil unreservedly and crlllclted the referendum proposal of Sir frid Laurler. Ho thought that the Liberal the end ot a distinguished career, bad taken step which would be misunderstood. Mr. Clark also opposed the Idea of a general election, and described the prime minister's coalition oKcf as be- ing The war could ouly bo won, he said, by putting men ou Iho firing Another Effort Wanted A. K- MacLean, while announcing his Inlenlion or voting lor tho con scriptlon bill, closed his speech Vflth a plea thai after, tbe measure _ be comes law, another united effort should be the men re- quired by tho volunteer system, i Inclined to be severe on ;thc tbal detail. All tho papers relal.Rg to the negotiations would be la Hon. Krauk Oliver drew attention to the circumstances thai tho order in council does not apply Lo Ihe tulues of northe-rn Alberta. He said that the order In council was a most .remark- able one and (ho bouse'wit entitled to s, complete statement from the COT era men l. v ".Colonel Arthursot Varry recently oamo bacV frofii tbo front, said that 110 mcuiber of tho house who could.see conditions at thd front would opposed to toe conscription bill. Tho wan he was a fight to B finish, and Canada was Jusl >B vitally Interested as Franco or Belgium. Con- scrlpllon, ho said, would iiot be ntcts.- FBT.V it Quebec province. htd done 1U One reason.why had failed In Qutbec was that the Liberal parly, lu Ibal province had teen play in 5 politics since tbe war begin Colonel Arthurs said tbaj. many French-Canadians who had eu.lsled In his battalion deserted. He relieved that tu many cases wheu ioey got leave of absence to visit friends In Quebec they joined'Quebec battalions French, ho said, were) as good soldiers ns any other, but ly there not enough of them. Col, Arthurs declared that he had a nuiu- (n his .u v. mer minister of militia aiid declarcqj menU-vhc.enlisted four times, thus mer. The opening prayer was offered that Sir Sam Hughes had beeii'a hln--swelling Urn KsL of recruits by John T. HeniilEer.'Sr. Patriarch' drance lo recruiting. ThP sole- credit Quebec, with a population of 1.6GG.CQG John L. Glbb was ihe speaker. He i for tho success the volun ipote ot tbe trying, limes that had lary effort, xir. MacLean said, be- bceu ushered in as a- result" ot Ihe world-wide conflict, and expressed the] hope that they would not j longer, that the brotherhood oilman! ind fatherhood ol God. irould be a result of the great calamities existing ID Ihe earth at present. The fad that, Mr. Palmer was a Mormon boy caused the speaker to reflect for a tew mom- ents ot uoder these circum- stances, Iho United Stales govern- ment had made a rervuesl tor sQQ of tholr younu men, to help proseculo the war wllh Mexico, and of Brig- harn Young's unsurpassed patriotic "re- ply, "You shall have your-men, if we _ p _., haven't enough young men, you shall j slander was have ibe older ones, and. II there are'by newspapers and public men. longs to the people, of Canada.' Need "of Col, Arthurs dwelt upon Iho r.ccd ol re-infOTCcracnts 'at the front lu order to replace men who are in nced'pt a rest, as well as to fill up the gaps .due 10 casualties. He was lo blame Quebec for making the adoption of conscription necessary, riail .clalpied recruiting figures given tor the .prov1 lace were really cicessive, -ucciiuse many French-Canadians had deserted and enlisted again.. Speeches in favor, ol the till, were made by P. J. Itotldoui of Kent, N.TJ-, n Donald Suth- erland, of South Oxford. A Fiery Speech 0- Turgeon, of Gloucester, N.B., and Hon. Jacques Bureau, of Three Riv.- ers, were opposed to the bill. Mr, Dur- cau, In placed .the rcsponsihllUy upon'the people of On- tnrlo, .claiming a campaign' of and not enough old men you shall have j that there :wis hatrsd In the heart of our women." He aJsp referred to the Ontario towards Quebec, With regard fact of bow .the stale pt Utah had more than done her .share ia subscribing lo the liberty bond, and furnishing her quota of Ammon Mercer, .and Orson A. Wooley ir.ere the sncceediag speakers, each rendering -words oC condolence to the bereft, family, anil spoke, of the beauties' 61 the belief and knowledge of a life ao'd the great work that -awaUs. the spirits of. 'the faithful on slie.j Mayor Er- nest BennioDTead some fitting resolu- tions which- bad-been drafted.' at the Instance of .the mayor and. town cil, Which TR-ere prcaented to the par- cats of the deceaseu, at the conclu- sion, of the Bishop; Harder the conclnrliog re- marks, horV a" strong leatimony oE'the troth ssd -jiiTlnitf of the mission i of nnd an; death. The bencdlclion was pronounc- ed by "Wm, Jl. Hendley. A vocal solo was rendered by "Lynn Glbb, and a dact by James O.-Urldgo and "Myrlle Tonillnson, during tfie service. Jjine total nat- ional eipeiiditure for the nine wceta from October S lo December S last was a dally average ol aya a slatement In del all prepared ly Andrew. Bonar Law, Ihe chancel- or of the exchequer, for .the Iioiise of "mnions, For Ihe five vceXa from April 1 to 6, 1917, the statement fihows the dally aver ass of expenditure was while for tne five weeks from May 6 to June D, it was For the ten from April 1 to Tune 9 Ihe expenditure shotrs to hare averaged For the inspect Ire pC: he actual war expenditure dally, the chancellor stated, was aad' 000. to conscription, .herald that Prussian- ism had to' America anr1 to yje "goni ho j-TAie we going- lo be slaves? P Who Ig the leader 'of -public opinion in Onlariol Can't he find or sir men of good- will v.ho'will go through" the, province arid T aay slop "now this campaign '.of ebuscjind. slander V- I1 RobldoQt, bit Kent, .N.B., also the policy; ;of the gbV- ern'ment was "in tha best Interests of hlch da Lhe war hoi only for the purpose, of helping Great Britain, bul ID'- 'order to protect herself. the country and to the race to wh! I-.belong." He' believed Ibat-Cabt JAska l adjourned- the About Ottawa, W. A., Buchanan. Hat, In Iho commons this afternoon ashed a number" ol questions of the miaisler of labor relative lo the order 'In council tabled yesterday ap- pointing a director of coal mining op- era U oh in District. 18. According 'to Ihe order In council, he eald, Mr' Arm strong, the commissioner, Is io make before Ihe mines are laken overiand operated. .ThU. "he Fald wpiilrt cause further delay, whdn II that (he mines would resumed at Once, Mr. Buchanan had been-. Informed 'that, Mr Is not a friend of organizer lo.safd, had only one complete [Ion 'at the front, Ihe 22nd. antl ana reserve battalion In England which consist mostly of officers nnd N.C.O.'s had rendered splendid .ser Speaking of the forces in England Colonel Arthurs said I hero arc II.OOC pliyslcally unfit men there who shoulYooi many teams and tractors Fcen on 7ost every farm, H Is evident dial a v large arei land Is being .-broken for. the coming year, and our farmers ahoffs tq hare .operallons at once and make Inqi afterward-vile was confident tlia Tiodg set forth Ifon would-not be long delayen.' Mr. Buchanan, ashed ft the miners were lo be paid what thoy aaked for. Mr. Crottiera thai the director ot mining operations-would deu with have (lie utmost confidence In tne.Maclecd dlEtrlcl for "raising 'crops of grain, aJso the great crop o! horses, cattle and sheep, and we. hare today ihe most contented lot of farm- ers I bat can be found In any district. GRASSY LAKE. Grassy LaVe, .Juno Crops In this dlalrlcl'are looking an'tndltlly, a ride through the country reveals' the fields, a rallc ,n a stretch, -of. rich green" well atooTcJ out, covering the ground entirely, Iho lale crops such as oats and .flax aro not so far ad- every DaVit cigar sold to a giuuranteed to be in prime condition as to blending, curing and maturing. Try at 3 "Club fiotue" and "Perfection''. CABMANGAY. Carmnngay, Alia., June week of Bun shine and. showers has tept .the In splendid growing KeVer before KaTe tie wea- ther condUlprs ImTprVble to EToirlh anj' deTelopmsnt of tKe'mln. The wheat la In luiiy places well over ntue Inches and If prevailing candlttons conUnoe, the reaping ot an abuudaut harrest is anurcd. PINCHER 'VPBEEK. plneher Crecfc, Jane week hfts not been u.warm.u hoped for. OecutODil strong'wind3 are .quite cold. Under these condit- ions the crop reports are as IATOT- able as could be wpectedl '.Wheil. though rather .short fn straw, Is In the' head bladea in many fields The crop enonnoui md great In- terest la being evinced ui tbe' Timothy Industry, Gasoline A Boon to Motorists Eliminates tarbon, gives more power. In- life rt your engine. Criiaraiiieed mileage; 32 ot. equal to 40 galjfons of gasoline. Analyst inwle by- Ijeclis of .Cleveland, Ohio, giiarantees Noititely no harmfiH resnUn to yoiir motor. Saves engine! rouble and repair bills. Sale CALL. OPEN DAY AND, NIQHT Schultz Ritchie CITV VULCANIZmO SHOP. 117 THIRD AVt ;