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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TACE FOUH letbbribge ixrralb Blbcrta 3AILY Subwrlptlon Dally. delivered. per week Dally, delivered per year THE DAH.T ItERM.ll THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1917 l ay, Dally, by mall, per year Weekly. by mall, per year Weekly, by mall, per year lo U.5.. 1S5 TELEPHONES Baslaess Office Ediiorial Office W A. gjuehinin President and Managing Director John BailB'aaManmge eanlng of the war to Canada. We ust maintain nalloual unity It at all possible, aud itlack and accusations gainst Quebec at this moiaenl will ot help that province to accept, the nieaiura 'ol conscription now being onslde'red at Ollawa. Rather U malms is people resentful and more dew- uilned than ever to resist lhe lou. We Ond that people are only too eager lo crltlclie Sir Wilfrid Laurler, and while we do not sgrJe. with hta attitude on conscription and object lo fact thai he did bot accept the xjslllon ot a coalition lowrnmenl, I UP PA SSIN G fOR THE heeii jpvnuuii jiosh on Sunday. The London Times Icurns tlial In .Vvss llcli-u SUead. who 'view of tbo ol KliiR vlslllng for a uiontli In Calgary, thnl those princes of Mr.] jirooks. Stratlimore and Banff, re: who are his suhjovts and bear j ,4 UK Saturday morning 'Herman names aud llllej should 1C- wedding o( Miss TciK4 Biomr- e jek aud Mr. Frank Maker sol- emnized at Iho Si. Ulcbael'i reclory on Tuesday. Juno 191ft. -by talker I'Hon. Mr. -and Mm. Nutier will M- sldo lu lown. 11 u.uira 'suri. who in them. Iho Uuku ot Tcck lakes spent tho wlulcr In Macon. qeor Katharine Ssmli MacQuold, English novelist. Is dead.jiged 93. Ueut-Col. G. W. Mortlt. who lelt Calgary In command ol lhe 131th bat- lalion Is reluming to Canada. Domlnlco r'urreTa C.T.R. Mossing watchntn In Montreal, was killed b> lightning while on duty. ol. (TiiabrUS'MBlii. relumed on Sunday last. and Krinr? Alciav.drr ol Uoileniiarg M. aBd MR. A. L. Krecbalrn arc Arthur Brisbane. of Carlsbrooke. ,ho blrtl, qulel wedding took al lhe St. reclory on Wednesday. in bis own province. Sir l made il clear that if a relerendum of Toronto r Brisbane, me "V tor.hau boughl Frank Munscy s Vvosh- Irgton Times. Groves. of Ihe .on public school, Toronto, died sud- Bonds lo tho amount ot nearly llllon dollars will be Iss'.ed by lhe ol Toronto for hydro and harbor mnrovemeuls. Dr. Charles Brodle PjUerson, lor, lecturer and lie ot tho as ot eipiry of auojcrlptlona ap- daily on addresB label. Accept- Ence ot papers after eiplrailon date is our authority lo continue the sub- scription Your King and Country Rljht Ncwl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The trulh about the horrible casco ,1 Ihe Drst Mesopotamia expedition wolch led General Townshend's arm Into disaster, comes lo light now to the first lime In the report of lhe com mission Just submitted. Many men o iljb position are condemned and ser ous punishment may for thM The BrilHh offensive at Lens cou tinues and yesterday another import they should accepllhej msjorlly of people ot Canada. On her by cuUlns her of broken bottle utely walnst participation In me war i t. oo'lonlreal. nd would continue to agitate sialnil mppolBted lnc Brltlib sovcrn conscription no matter whether II car- t lhe repre.ent.llve olI Lie led under the referendum or a of munitions In ral election. Even Ihwe'who dls- a Belleville car uree with Sir Wilfrid Laurier at this ,nd bnllderi died suddenly I moment will. they are fair minded, f hBImMCt while resting after work know that It is far preferable that he ,ng In his garden at the .close of should eiert the greatest Influence I. day's work al Quebec rather than a man of the type division has refuse; of Bouryaa. (the application Clark In his speech In Drewry, Ihe House Tuesday, we arc sorry lo I Drewry. of Phoebe say. encouraged the lain to do a lot ot harm. hurtsnd's property under woman's relief act: Jan I. C if he 11 Rev Cant II. I. Horsey, of Ihe Cou- Krfxalloual church, ot Ottawa. Is reclory on lurnlns to resume his pastorale. He June vthcu -Miss IJessle May went to Kiifiland with an Ottawa Head was united In wedlock to fcd- lallon as chaplain, bul. fiudlus Slnnott, by Father I lion, was no chance to BO lo Franco was attended by her sister, chiplalu, bo ut ouco went over as a jcsslo L. Head, and the groom Thouih uast tne sunnorted by the brides brother, chiplalu, bo ut onco went over as a ,uss Jessie L. Head, and the groom combalant Though past tne supported by the brides brother, of life he had been engaged In active William' E. serv ce lor IS monlhs. ciiended to'Mr. and Mrs. SlnnoU. _ Th jf( kno1x.n resideuls e founder' with bis King Ge'orse has revived for Prince i Louis of llatlenberg. lhe dormant' ir lecturer and founder wltn nis of nattenherg. lhe dormant jiarqiils of Mllford lla-j this counlry, died at New i Te-n nss uscd by King Ccoreo _ II before he ascended lhe throne.. Two are dead, Mrs. Corlnne Scoll. i jebiciu... panartlans lo keep cool neaue defense was captured. TUe bnlirF Hne ol ana, _ _, French also captured an entire Hue of trenches on their front. The prepon- Serance of opinion in Brtlaln is felt lo be opposed to Imllallou of German brntalily in the shape of air raid re- and It is again polnteo out till it would be the height of folly lo withdraw the valuable service of air- on .the battle fronts for-work Ihatlwould no military advant COAL STRIKE provinces outside ot Quebec. lime to deal with the problem there then It actually eilsta as.a menace- In the meantime, all that we know 5 that certain elements of Qaebec de- clare that they will not accept con- scription. We cannot tell whether they will carry out their or not. Dr Clark. If any man, should have con- trolled .his longne when dealing wilh Sir Wilfrid and tLa poeition he hac aken on conscripllon, md fear tha he made the sarcailic allusions tha he did make largely with the object I [Norlh S vsars was made vkenre.ld.enl of the L'nlon I'a- Iclflc railroad. The New Brunswick provincbil par- ment adopted-a resolution In favor negotiating with. Nova Scolla and tince Edward Island relative lo the ormatlon of a legislative union of e maritime provinces. The Canadian Foreiiers In conven (ion al Hamilton declined lo accer. the amended Iniarance rate submll- ed lor approval and instead referred >e whole matter of insurance to a fccial committee. Five hund'red thousand dollars' aanoca deunl ol Iho rumor hat Its liners had been commandeer- ed by tlie admiralty. Lieut J- I'. Copp. of Calgary, who was severely wounded in tho scalp some Illlle time ago. has been award- ed lhe MllllaryxCro3s and recommend- ed for Ibe rank The Peninsular and Oriental Sleim Navigation company has amalgamat cd with Union Steamship com uanv ol New Zealand, optning Ihe Cin'adlau-Auslrallan line from Vancou- ver to Honolulu and Sydney. Lieut-Col. T. Bart Itobsou. coiu- Traction Engine" REPAIRS We are w.11 handle of rtfalr on Only loavea our and will rrloM tnat air right. N1VEN ZIS Decisive actidn'has at last been taken In Ibe situation. The mfnera and operators have been told by Commls sloner Armstrong to EC-, to wort neit .Tuesday. When one considers the outcome o the which has lied .up the coa we Eduction of at Itasl tons, one raise men to fight for us wonders liat the government did not not to view ol gaining prominence in tb headillnea of the He cer talnly did not show any desire to pu Quebec In the mood lo accept con without forcing upon th country conditions that might preren un sending any other further rroopa 1.16U1 -V.UI. i. "o.v nmudins officer of the 135IH baltalioi 1111 It was broken uu in wap nominated for lhe by Ins Mlddlesei Liberals In opposition to John McFsrlan, M.P.P. the two hundred and' sevenly flllh commencement ol Harvard nn verslly lhe honorary degree of Doi tor of iJiws was conferred upo Cecil Spring-nice. Brhish am bassador to the United Slates. H K. Cokln, of Guelph, who has conducled successfully several ocal option campaigns, bul partlculirly well Known for his newspaper contri- butions under the pen name .'-'The (Vrum Our own corrrSDOnatn! Finrher Creek. June her has been glorious for Iho uasl days. It not only benefited rops and gardens cilenslvcly but lias made It very pleasant for the; mei who arc working most energelloall} prcparins for lhe big fair to be lield icro on July 2nd and 3rd. The fal Brounds have 'been enlarged nnd ,tw K-mlle track teinE undo In ad- ditlon lo lhe interest laken In the fair will be the blc Red Cross movement which 'lhe Pincher Creek bmncli have entered. A whirlwind lag campaign Kill'be, conducled on both days, and booths will be erected In the grounds, where eatables ot every description will be sold. Every cent tsken in to be donated to the Red Cross. A pasture field Just soulh ol the station is being prepared for the, INSURE NOW You ca.n'nut afford lo gamble. YWe have alwiyi received fair setllenienti promptly from the company we are Balmoral Block Lethbrldge WE HAVE IN FQR IM- MEDIATE THE FOLLOWING GRATES 32 h.p. 32 h.p. Caie- 30-36 h.p. Runwly. GEARS 32 h.p. Rtevea, bull anil clutch plnlona. Matter and Intermediate eearc. 32 h.p. Cite, bull md clutch plnlont. Mailer two and four We are now In a polltlon tc deliver castings every_four dayi. G. 'KISCHEL Lessee ot the Iron Works. SECURITY SAFETY SERVICE following -an OD wai reached'at i'meeting of lhe of directors ot lhe Ford Motor operation. ompany. you hiv. b wallln for. It Is what have aM bien o The, degree of Doctor of Divinity was recently conferred on Prof. George Shaw, formerly ot SL Thomas, by Taylor university. Upland, In- diana, in which insiltulion he has been professor ol Bible and-Hebrew for. seven There Is a postiblilly of a. genera In-the building Irades ot nlpei ai a result of lhe attitude taken by the bulldog trades laborers in con nectlon with their demmnd for an in of 10 cents an boor to 40 cents tor a S-ionr'day: .V The rank of ikjppef and chief sklp- wr in the Canadian nary hu been lien i leier. is I created A chief skipper will the Upon alUcka of the character we men-1 k -.'i-tir- tb'that of com_m--------- I officer and with the same pay and aa chief warrant of- The rank of ikipper will have Keep mind lo decorate relative rank of warTMl o -Montay, lhe semlieolenary Confedentlon mrditun. j Several English newspapers suggest a general observance by lhe '.United Kingdom o! IhojEourlh of July.. A writer In Ihe Evening-Stsr.dnrd gesls lhe introduction of 'Ambassador Page to parliament and lhe accord- ance ol similar honors to those receiv- 1 by Sir. Balfour at Washington. Major W. J. Morrison, a-veteran ol the lhe South Afri- can war, has been appointed by.the Onlarlo goTernment to be superinleml- enl ot lhe Industrial farm aj Thprn- hill Ont., succeeding the late, Key Lindlay. Garnel Cromwell station a eng mcrvlew U.K.A. ulcnlc to be held oil Thursday. July 12. A rape (rack is being made aud lenls will be pitched. An excellent program of foot races and horse races ore arranged for nnd splen- did prizes to be awarded tor all yearling steer donaled byTMrs. Cri will be ruffled off for Ihe lie evening a dance will he held'. In lhe Pincher Cily recreation hall. The cnlire proceeds of'lhe day will he divided between the lied Cross and the Y M.C-A. funds. number ol the auto club members made a trip lo lhe Porcupine Hills'on Say last- This was llie and proved w eriioyablc. it is plani ed Th 'ouJTail protection e-rly by obtaining 3 policy In Farmers Fire Hail Insurance. Co. HEAD OFFICE, ALBERTA BLOCK, LETHBRlDGE "Do Business In Your Oyvn Crowd." SECURITY SAFETY SERVICE similar during able weather. (O have rnanl months of Cavoinui.u Pte H. nskcr of the 15th Light C airy of Calgary, sne" -1 Trn-liking'hold of IbVcoal si'tna- deb-r.' commenced did 'not has been in every other We I wThl unlly uid frowns 4 forced the BOTernment lo take action this week: which mighl Just as lion. have been laken three lr and if a coal tamlne ihonld ovir- take Canada neit wtaler Ihere hut lhe Dornln. Ion goTeminent lo blame. We hope, however, lhal the lesson goTUxmcnt hta learned In dealing U. Ltlliuinj u-i..-- ot Florence, a veteran 01 ice L alry o agary, four days furlough al his this week, -1 and Mrs Pickup, ;HAIL INSURANCE lly of the- Company- second, their -reputati leader. on t take a chance. us place it In R. V. Gibbons W wilh Ills coal slrlke will be heeded, and It will show jfa aulhorlty wilh- ieiu wiverlng should ilmllar altmllons arise In the fulam. NO CONSCRIPTION OF 'I FARMERS AND 'Now that 11 atrpears to be deflnltely lettted that the comolptlon I will pass the House aad be- V we can begin lo consider Vhat effect It may have on Seathern AlberU. The chief ladmtrlet of this lectioa of Canada an coal mining and erflar'e. That It ta lhe aim eoa- lo enroll In Ihe any mm who are engaged In tinnot believe, .and though .'Mthe bill reo_ulrei thai each man must mais application (or eiempllon, It Is .'.evident thai some arrangement will have to be made eiemptlng u4 (araers whether or not they ipply. .for .eiempilon. 'The Herald wonWi be'reir'mnc'h snrprlsed 'i gOTernmenl were so short-slthled as not to .make arrangements whereby conscription would be an aid In con- producll.on lhe miners and farmen.' Brlllsh leaders have stated only.recently that they are looking lo Canada and the U.S. lo supply Ihelr food Farmers musl therefore be kept on Ihe land. Miners musl be kept at work In lhe rnlnea producing lhe coal needed by lhe fanners and by the railway! for the transportation of food products, 5 Conscription's chief aim'is lo raise 1WMO men for relnforcemenln and these rirtist come from the slickers engaged In occupallons not necessary for winning Ihe war. Secretary Is due to write a treatise ahortly on the uie of iheep In. caring for jolt Unki. Let every cllfien of I-ethbridge make a'point to do something to helpi along the Red Croaa carnival on Mou- Was First j._ It a bit drive for _.J JK WALKH, C.V O., U-D. D.C.L. riL.ii... H V. F.JONES. JOHN AIRD, V.C BROWN. Sup'l of Coiirml Wciietn day neil. Make It funds for the society. The good work rf Trade on the qaeetlon mippMei receives lhe fol Only Yooic Lad lowing boost from berlan: The wller a serious one of Southern and the people of sage rFrom Onr OwB CarriauondenO MaceSl, Definite word ecelred by Mri. George McLean thai her wn, WllUm Oeorge McLean waple In lh aroond, lhe Xr, Olas. tarewn fro the ieal to the ground .nd was loun hr one olllhe t home o( Mr.' HeM, c' -a home o r. e, was proejted, and he able nut does nbl remember what ha _ JIL UUV" CIIJCIIIIJX.I eneVl. II may he s6me llrac before In able lo allraci lo his WOTV. r- nn ihn (nil 6r Vnl the gans, iro aftcnd lias given In iho hilw, ami grading the t II hccn In power. nltcts. AND is 'TH'OKOUGIILY SEE US NOW Wilson OENERAL INSURANCE OFFICE: GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDQ The British Demount Commission Will Purchase HORSES at ihe following points -I'l'-V Si'1 Calgary (irounils) -July and 7. YOU BY PHONE. V.-U-v --flioLoOED IN THE ASSETS OF OUR' DoiniiiioH Wai- Loan Dcbcnturcs? ijil Cheap, Reliable FIELD; 'ARTlLLMV Height .Weight Age 15-1 to it ....Ijeo to 1350 i u i yesVs HEAVY i" Wtlahl 1MO 6lo 9 year. M "h. Albtri loading. and e Al'l color, except while, light grsr and lluht buck- ofs s CRA5G, Deputy Minister For Farmers Over Insisrance Assets. All claims adjmleil-wl.h iwrfect i to. (he fanner since organization o A Matual Company for Farm RUlu Qrfjr Abswlntcly Safe and the CheaiMsst Ywi Can Carry. FOR INFORMATION WRITE TO THE THE MILK RIVER MUTOAL FIRE .M.ilkRlver, XlU. ;