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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUft LETHBIUOCE Pally, delivered, per weea Badly, delirered per' year Dally, by mall, perjeir..... .Weekly, by mall, par ywr, Jk'eetly. by mall, per year lo 1 ....MOD era (torn Quebec. look wd, rigaur. they could not fury On- that province, owlag 10 aaj hia aloft a w aatWaclory lv. TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office W. A. luchanan President and Manages Director Joha Torranco Buslneis Manager general to-tend lor Hun. Brown lo form a ing that a combination o and CarlUr was esssntiil sanitation ot a slronc ana that slherwla. contederatlcn be endangered, I to Me- ed aald: Tie onion i la Minf I" end Sa.a lhan Dales ol eiplry ol .uuscnpuons .p daily on address label. Accept- fCa.1 U311J WU aace ol papers after upireiiou tir..a'iinorny to continue the GM way. ft. oaly man aa YotW lor the deration ji'We'jnTaTOi of and Ibat I ihould John M. rew.ll. an lllbwl. we. to the grand Jun In aaflous charge >l has Tlw splril of Buffalo hu to fllmlumle daic- mj from Ue'clty coucerti W trutor, effoliM by You King CeUtitry You Rloht Howl__________ THE PROGRESS v OF THE WAR ,11 Greece is now actively on tic side o! Sue i" lne Fol- lowing Uie re-lnalalemenl ol Vsnlrc- los premier anil the formation of his pro-ally cabinet. Ihe ministers to all the enemy powers have been re- called, and Greece now ronsiders'her- Mlt virtually in 1 stale of war .with taesii'cuTJi'.rles.' Active parllclpallon -i is troops me. Hkewlte .surrender my clalma to portfolio.. ._...... ._ readily 10 aty pro- 1 railed on Sir-John, >eaied that he. had given up _ he had Incited the othYrV nieel him ai (W nber the' following Monday to announce his failure, and.that request Lord Monet to sum- mon Ittrilon: George Brown 1 then told blm lhal 1 had a soluUoa and at once explained It. what are. you golag to do. Tupper! a 'itpT- Sir John: would nol taja jll.Ihe govarnor- lips rolled inlo.pke. I Intend ran for a B. K. Re.TKrtdf, the B. K." JtrK f- died M Ibe result of aa airplane acci- dent. Mra. George DeWcS. cf: Ebume SO, aa old timer'of Vancouver and dislrtct, celebraled Ler 103rd annlver William lUle man mayor of Chicago, was ouiled as '_ officer ot the cltj U I> the camp ta won lo .up aad Internet wored l ramp In OnUrlo.' 4M C. B. of battalion who. hw hove; will he slrack off the, strength ol oversees forget on July 7. Saxl nionih a 'new creaaoery 'Via open at Sask wherf'rtrniers are very alive to iBejaavanla'ges of Norta German K-OTi Prlnieaaln Cecllle will bemad seaworthy hy U.S. shipping-- board crew caused damage be- counll of. united oe no.. in tie lAmlBton WM mr rp. "Tbe took ow- and Idr'the "will be given to aid In clearing if Tader from Macedonia and Serbia Kumanla. The battle" lor: i-ens on Ihe western honl continues wllb great feroclly. and step by step the Germans are be- ing driven from the city. The Germans are offering no effective resistance, 'although there l! a tendency on Ihe part of tbe troops to. fight more des- lhan been, the urday BHaL. land neVerUbought for a monwnt lhal -nt would be formed when appearance at the coun- ocioci. They were holdlnj out tor n larger representation iraat Patriotic rroiaj UNITY V UNITY NOW. Ciinada will tomorrow and Monday commemorate Ibe semi-centenary ol confederation. On" 'another page of this'itsue are many w-oader- tBi'and tnter'eirlne facts regirding the tbe Donlnion 'in the half centnfy wls'effect ed.' They are facls retnember .ing. In view, of the Iremendoua part Canada is in world day! It U in'leresttag to learn of. the smalj beginnings Irom which ..grown'into qiir present slate. Can sent :over" 400.000 "c'inadlaii 'trade now 'into bililons yearly. Thes'e figures ar lhat the lire1 greatness held by the Falhers of rj6'rifederalionjwere_not vain bcnes perhaps "fSbst inleresiini fact about confederation to Ih of Canada" today la the [ac near-crisis. In Canadian affair eilsts on.the which I many ways bidrs' llkenets lo Ih crisis which waa" solved .by con fedenUon. Canadian had u( then been effecVed. but it was co aidered by the; statesmen of the da only .of.ihe prob- ,'ilems threalening the fu'lure p! Can- 'j 'ada. playing Eith in'. Imporlanf part in .the Tjjir. 'there are those-' who are threatening lo disrupt the unlly which In 1 V past fiiiy years hss resulted'in thej growth ot Canada Irom a haadlnl pf' i acaltered provinces 16 a great .nation. The same elcmenU'amoDVoor'people which Ihen had to" tfJ ronsidered will have to be considered now- "Unity wis..saved by a coalition government then. One allcmpl at coalition In.Ihe present crjsts has proved abortive. but there are many who see In IhU out lor n larger lario.lhan they lo Q.e- had their coata on ttelr arma were about to catch a.train to journey lo Toronto to attend a.Brt- lie called lor tho lollowlng Evening by 'lie Hon. George Brown, lo oppose any government formed by Sir John Macdooald. "'Tupper has found a solution, Sir-John to Ibe assembly as he ilanced it me. He eiolalnedlt, etery- rfy was tathBed, In lean than teen minutes his tonn- a Cartler got lor Chapals nil- two Frencb-Cana- lin snpporten, and Oalt was taien matlit lour nwttbera from Que- bec 'and Hve from Ontario. Kenny and both old Liberals, were airorn In aa repreeentatiTea of Scotia, and Ihe Hen: Peter Wlt- ieU; aiao a Liberal, ona of the 1 cabinet mlnleters from New Bnmnriet I .-went ,.back In Nora Scotia sirigieiaided. and in the'gen- ral election'in tbe ember waavtte only ConserratlTe re- nrned. Iront' that proTin.ce.V: learn Iram thoai splendid eBorta of onr {fore- 'aihers for an nnilcd" Canada. believe elaneria laong: both'Uberala and .CoavCTTa Jves'today are actuated by the aaine lore of Canada and farth great which' led to u'nily-flfry jeara ago, and we belleye _____1_. and a happy solution' Iqr'tbe problemE which are Ing'today to pull dowa the 9oalh to Mra R. P. Ilam'nton, ot jiirirtta, C sivs her hmaband haa not taiea balh were married In even though two rivers paas door. saea tur divorce. To release men amy are being trained to VOI06O LTCIUS elevators In lie Efluttable IvJIdlW. New York. They sengers yet- Three more i "retarles been overseas leave In July. Ths are NormaB B. McKtbbln and Elder, of Toronto, and W. J. HolUda ot Montreal.' An appeal" will be laken Immed ately 16 prtvy'council In Ihe ;cas Wtanlpeg Telegram js. Knott, accor Ing lo for "'Ibe newapape which court. AV Haj-es Fisher; parlbuneniifjsee- relary of life'government beard, haa Ihp gov- ernment board In to Lora thondda. who'haB 'become'food; con- rolier. Bra. and ev Going Town Will (Fran Our owa mafeaholnv-Jnne !5th-The Golmar -P >howed howed e usua an on .The usua ch ol side'ihoirijwtre on hand aad'a wide range of prodaeta' may.-r caVeu upon to turn ottt for" ilrphvn'ee. tho bpart, .lor; deyelpp; y the report pflOeorgi Us war record. Every dollar that luo command la needed -----nlie Its i mablllz- inlied iis O. M. Hennejiiy, b( HalleybnrT..Ont.. Alcorn. at Osg'oode near Iroqnola Falls. (be rale of per month. The (Irst payment, Ibe court Lord Stanley, the eldest son of the is to be'made July..C, 1917, (bo. a- B_l L_T-_ Earl ot Derby, was elected to the, Brl- mount' lo 'be JT.800, being tlsh parliamentjfoi-.the Abeicromy dl- M. rllaawatfoi ,Ihe Aercromy vlfiion of to' Col. Richard G. .WalmsleyV-recenUy-creat. ed a baron." Lord Stanley's opponent was Frank Hnghes, an Gr gene consul- consu- ral at" Me'ilco' Cllv, and former and The weatter for (he la an. that can be 1 weeks led: heat.'. In.tlulte head pe and all we.want now-la Inaure .laMer. bumper crop- crop. -u_ "Jobn the Lee lann of., toTrn. torn iTone ol the" beat a, thla dlatrict ind the Bade ao.> Blatake In tie foi-adatlon ol'which WM laid by the ralheri'or Conlederatlon. Canada' la 5o years Vd tomorrow_. LongUlve'Canada! genem private secretary of Lord Northcllffe, has been ordered to England by the Brlllah foreign offlce to take Immedi- ate charge post. _ Countess a Chi- cago from her a cruel essentrlcyana. man, whise Russian cfcstle turned out to be a affair almost In I'ercy Hagel waa f.nod; iBil'-cm'ti for aaMulllng constable f alimony from January 5. Mr. Mu- ock must also pay the costs- of his rite's litigation amounting to Is .also, made' for tbe four hl'ldren, to be contlnuud to any sur vlvlng Issue of Ihe children, or In the event of any one of .them dying his or- her share shall be distributed among the remaining three.-" ind the syer hli purehaae; .VVi the chicken ,61 this hire onl While Leghorn Wg, hal lor rv at Aaoalth SartJ.. The constable, O. buy wbai who was acting as door-. IbVaave 1. LUXURIES. The'Csuntry Needs Your Money Serve and Give.'" "J Meeting In Anglican to bar the Importation of- luxuries..- In- dividuals should slop the purchase of lomrlea. .The National Service Board la-urging thrift, nt is striving to awaken Ihe country to the .neces- sity for economy.: One of Hie Ural radon In that, economy Is rone onl ol _ Leghorn diipoaed of :all hla priieilrtnners and haa even toll Us hea Alklnaon. Mayor' Hardle hu toawd hii hat Into lomorrow 'ibe Somme slye atartsd. Sfrice then the'Huni back alowty. hot sorely.-I The Financial Post report! Ihll Al btrtavba! coal deposits Thia Is an bbrtous error s. field In January .naon. we