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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAflE FOUR T1IU IJAIM SATOUDAY.-OCTOBKH lethbrlbge iberalb letbbricw, Blbcrta i j 3AILV AND W ES.KLY RMM: delivered, per Dallr. dellTutd per year ...1..JS.OO Dally, bj per yfar .Weekly, by rain, TMr ......Sl-50 or mill per rear lo U.S..JJ.M TELEPHONES BaslneM 031ce Edllorlil Offlce W. A. Buchanan John Torrance DuBlneii 115! lilt Dates of esplry of Buoscrlptioni ar. ttu daily on address liteL Accapt- anca of papers alter expiration data I- war measure and come scope of ECTwnrae vllhtu the oar auLborily to couUaue acrlclloL- tfca attb- THE NEW GOVERNMENT A COMPROMISE. know .there are Liberals iwho hesitate, and probably lo support a union government under Sir Ko'jsrl Borieu'anii Sir Laurler iuclnCeJ. Ttoeie erals have' no faith In -.the 'one man and the utmo'sl fsilli In the other. There will be Conservatives, too. wlo will resent the Inclusion ot OH tlmft political enemies ilte Frinlt CM veil. Arthur Siflon and J'raes Caldrr la a uiilon EOTernment. Many Liberals IhlnS U Is Impossible lo accept Bur den alter all Ibe. weaknesses displayed by his parly government and the only acceptable to them must be led by Sir Laurler or tone other Literal. Naturally lha Ccmser. tatlres now In power retenl the discarding o[ Borden tor any Liberal; Y.ur King and Country Ntti You Right Nowl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Through the worst ktad o( weather, with Flanders In a sea of mu3, the British and French are strenuously puihlng their offensive aEainst .the Germans, and'" are 'gaining further irouDd on a wide front. The Ger- mans have been surprised by the at- tacks of the British made through the. rain and mud. weather which under ordinary circumstances would hold up operations. The allies are determln- Jn fact they vould union jor- eminent tflth a Liberal at the bead. Marked differences ot this kind neces- sitated cpmjromlM' and as a result of euuipromlw stroDE have decided lo sme under filr Robert BOT- den 'In a union ROTerniaenL While Sir Robert Bonten remains prime tnlnlfter will'bare lo jutde -him EtroDg> able men, shidec of public opinion and we believe II will be pocslble for them so IP serve the country trial they nil gain very general support ind the activities government m war and domestic measures will win the confidence ot the Canada Is very much behind other ed, however, to disorganize and demor- alize- the Germans In Flanders lo as great an eilent as possible before Ibe rigors ol winter set In and effeclually block further progress. Russian troops, apparently reflect- ing the bettered conditions at home, are Increasingly active on the front, and have won successes at 'several potats. BLAMING BIG BUSINESS FOR IT It Is now charged that the -new government is the creation of '-'Dig Business." Time will tell. In the meantime we don't think Big Business will put anything overven the Vestem'. Liberals and Frank .Carvell nid N. >V., If it doea lien _we-can get.busy, and slay'tiero. 'fini imagine Big -Business getting a man-like. Thos. H.-Grerar j' '.Iprcoarse come people iky the capi- imitrs' start- war andfil-is only (or .sdiiie.narlJsac-'rto that Blfllusl- the' union govtrnmenL aon'fUke.aby stock in either BIG PROBLEMS Eojernraent" has asBnined i big oblig'alipng.'' K II deals I drastically j with onr war problems, -even, though 11 may bo eBcient and aggresslre and hlislrjessllke. It probably mar- become unpopular. Onr income- laiatlon should be made much heavier and that Is done, the government's course will not be popular with wealth. Canada however, has been loo lenient with wealth since the war began.- K must change Ita policy or the people will loon change the government. An In- come (ax which Ukes only (SO from Income of fa.OOQ and which leaves a man out ol an Income of f 000, Is almost farcical as a war mea- aure- la Ihe United Stales we are told (hat lie tax bill recently paised In that country realizes almost wholly from wealth and The new government should lome real ginger Into Sir Thot- White, minister of finance, and force .him to lu hlv wealthy friends or get I 'out of the ministry and let someone else take his place who will be tear ;less enough to deal drastically with the problems. The new government should pnt lla (ool down good and lard upon all forms of war profiteering. It aecet- .eary profits should be limited ud the countries In bringing Into existence a union government. Great Britain has a has Australia, so has South Africa, so has .France, so has Rnssia. In: the United Slates Ihere Is a Democratic president aud a IJemocralic cabinet but President TVil- eon hss surrounded hfmaelf add his Cabinet with lie services of men of all political beliefs until the United States can be said lo possess a nnlon govenoient. In a time of war we have a cam- mon eaeay and why should we not combat that common enemy unitedly? We can't do that under parly govern- ment because a party government Is almnt certain to be partisan and con- sequently-wins-the antagonism of Its political opponents. We won't say that nnlon government will obliterate all the.etlla of party government, bnt we: do. bitter able fa" serre people by reason of the'fact, that'll men of.ail shades of. opinion. It Is charg- ed that a union government Is lively lo suffer from lack of serious Intelll- in parrianient: That has beea .the case la England and It certalnlf will not be the case In Canada.-The' new government If It Is sustained will not be able to get through legislation Vlibout plenty ot suggestions and crillclims. Even Its (upporteni will be waichfal ot lie legislation. ud'.will'not hesitate lo crltlrfie when (her feel legislation It not benefldah There Is a growing sentiment Independence through- out and no government can setvlle, slavish support. U .wlli'be Till the better "for tie union Eovernuient- If It possesses who will-bt Independent enough lo ex- press themselves with sngges- PICKD UP MAN Mr. Slory has CQDIQ and gonof and I what Jiappcaed? Augllcana. Uafr lists, PceabylerUius. MetUcxlULs, Abd praclleally all 4enom.nations work' ID tor tbo I eat of age boys. Is uol this caopomltou? Was J, O. Hcrbs- Ihe coiuniUTjliy builder, rlghl Lu crlitclstng the ministers auj era of tbe city for I ho lick ol co-op- eration? >Vho should leicU co-opor- atlou more consistently than the InslltulloDa? And what Id a moro appropriate object upon which we can all unlto lliau the ,welfero of our 'teen aged'boys. U Is certain- ly cncourailnff to ECO ibo spirit ot co-opetallOQ uppermost among our churches and educational Instllutloas. nil' centered this hnporlant ob-. Jecl. The Uniu Is bjiorl (or (he prep- aratloa ol Lbls great coiivDnUoD, but uuLll tho Sth ol November all tbo InslltulloQs of bur wlio have, the weltate ol our 'Iceii ogeJ boys'ai. heart, ehouhl be doing every- thing In (heir power towards malting this convention the success that K deserres- lien did Lethbrldga undertake anything of sbo did not make success? Lcthbrldgo has undcr- en lo entertain the 'teen aged boys of SouUtern In tho an- nual convention to be held from Xoveiuber to tlic UtK Inclusive. You, Mr. Reader, ivlll be called upon Lo liclp la Bome way. Are you pre- pared and Trilling to your par illchael one ot Pemhroke'a, Ont., oldest merchants, Is dead. Inspector A. Schurer, of the Al Police, Edmonton, has retfred. Doaald Campbell, came to A. C. Adamson? former mayor, ol SasV., died it Saskatoon.; Moose Jaw and Retina are, prepar- ing to use one-man itreet care. Davia Hamilton, a .well known Gil- Lert Plains, He came from Stratford, Ont. J. U. Liberal, has.been elect- ed la the deferred election (ar .Isle La Crolx, Saak.. Thomas HOSKW, South Alrlcans, tilled, was a yquncer aoh ol the late j jen of Simcoc and James Roscoi, oC'Ylctorla, B.C. ono of the ofdeat -residents of Oro loTiishlp, is dead.-.; He was bom near Lieut. J. A.'McCamua, BQn-ot the citaraqul In '1S37: late Her. J. A. McCamui L Aldboro, Oni., In 1S7S, at Austin, Man. Pte.fE.- A. Coiilson, son of Coulson, ot Newcastle, Out, was kill- ed In action. j James'Ross, of war; Uow Islanil, Oct. aulo ac- ctdents .have occurred In this J if I rid during Ihe past, week. A Mitchell car owned and driven by. Leo of BurdeH turned coinplelcly over allglilly Injuring the passenRere. The car Is coaplete wreck. Tho other- in Is fortunate car1 was ownet and driveti by H. A. Hagcn. of Dow Jiland. j 3Ir. and Mrs. Uagen were en tertalnlng Ihe Martin family TIiahksglTfng and decided to take spin to the buugalow, across the rlv er. The car Blruck'a particularly bni In the road, turning over am IB .RriUsb- Colvinibia_. Thos. MarUn, while fishing near ills home at Wash bum, on the Rldeau canal, tell in, presumably in a fit and was drowned. Captain Robert MosRrore, array pay department, sou at Mosgrove, Ottawa, died at South- Funeral services tor Lbfrlale-payM Cbenay, aged 70, former fnapectbr of bilingual schools in Essex county, who died last Friday, were held s- Toronlo, Oct. 12.-rVTakc cara o( Ihe pJcfcle, It is ward 25 to 23" cents, a pound. The British government should lions .o Union gorernaent snonlJ get. rid of the baneful of Ad- ministration ihould become more and butlnesallke thin H hu with the ptlronmjtQ BjrsLetn, placing In com pet tut men In adalrii tntlre poiUloni ind awarding con tracis to The new gorerDmaft mnit be a tuiuaess goV- ernnjent ai. well u a union gorem- place on Saturday night or Sunday morning, when twenty live aheep were La ken' from a car fn the Michigan Central yards at An order-ln-councH has been passed providing heavy penalties for any per- son who attempts to .take matches or lias malchea In .his possession In any eiploclres (actoiy. Richard Thomas o[ Balsam Bay, Man.. 43 fears old, and Ellen Flail, ot St. AndreV3, Man., 84 years-old, were married last iree'k. General H. H. JIcLean has accept- ed the -Conservative nomlnatloD for the constituency ol Ro7alT N.D., He sat In the last parllamect as a Lib- eral. i U U a 'pIlr'Qacbec.htBn'L stronger revrMentatlon in the fOTeranMnt, bnt It 15 Quebec') .excess profits over entirely by people will dfrfrte at the com- IOR; gBnvfAl wheth'r Iber want a ooloo roTtnnenl or poL .the country. No man and no concern renonld be permitted lo exploit the people at this crucial period In 'our ''history. Then again, Ihe Mr nf-onr Kidlers be Increased, and ftlco the pen- alona. The and peoftloni. ot ol' Jeers and men.Bhould enaalltcd Tbls Is a democratic coiinlry and TC should not.' make. Du .Ireatmcnl of.ofnceri Let .the' new government, face. IriaV.proj? .lem .fairly, and e'qurely: ,4etl. with 'll as the i The1 farmers; iVieut niua .'object Id the; >heal, while the taplrmeiil liintrfic- is" permitted p'lo jn'cfeaie Jprlco ot hl> prrjducla.; !ihe price of Implements should1 W jAxcu, Allov Ihe manufa'cittrer a fair proDl and the prlre will soon sfrlke a level, that means marked -reduc- lion liTlet. II Is senaele.u to call 'tor production and -more production' and allow at Ific Mae lima the price :.W prodncftve Increase price, wtlle the fraln produced li price.. iUl matters can be classed at ?lr WIlfrM conlnto' JnfluenCQ jifould bo, power leinctlon of Mttionlgal, the''6 rlaughler'ofa fanner near Simpson, for whom' JarfeU was work- ful' Bnlly In re'gar irlart to Am "brains to burn" Ihe boy 'oncia ValiT tboul'hli school teacher. He' will evolve sonie after. the war Iminlfratlon policy and sot- dlera" plan Ihit will pilt him hi the uttlc'mktfclJS! of have mltsed .gueis. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE m tavna WAUCM, C.V.O, U.O.. O.C.U f> Hi a H V. f. MHO. Aa'lCanl. SAFETY FQIl SAVINGS Few people are alive to of selecting a pepoui- t6ry for their sayings. This Bank pro- vides a safe place for yoo. Lethbrklge Branch-- R T.Brymncr, Mgr Juries.'' The- remaining -passenger werci only shaken cairwa.8 EenL In from the "river lo ilful medical attention-and ie hall hour Dr.Mnnro was admlh .erlng the required aid. The pal nts arc both reporletl resting eas y. and bones are enlerlalnccl lo elr speedy recovery. CONGOLEUM RUGS WE HAVE WST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT. BOUGHT J THE ADVANCE IN PRICE. STOCK Js'-iiXTKA 1IKAVY JUST FOR PNE WEEK, ONLY OUR PRICES AS FOLLOWS; Heritor Sale Trice Ki'gulitr Sale Price Regular Sale Trice 9x12 Kegiilar Sale Trice SS13.75 HAYR HARDWARE CO. Starli IGtmttpb THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA Isith'c Vcyiiplp of our musiciil (Icparlnicnt instruments in variety, lo iucct the kbcncsl desires al Die musically in- clined. Violins, Mandolins, Guitars, Uk- oltles. Banjos, Flutes, Fifes, Harmonicas, Ocarinos, nlso n most coniplclc slock of Strings, Bridges, (Tail-pieces, Resin, and reasoiiublc p'ricr's Hint .Ij'pify the Mason .selling MASON 'r' LIMITED Chas. Winters' ariil Douglas1 Hougli- ton, residing" near a Iraln slruck_ Hie whicli (her were Tiding. Here's to Your Good Health May you bo able to enjoy the beat of itiintpjn (or ujsjanoe IHnrMntJ] See how it sparkles' and glows w'th when you pour out glass. Then.drink, and enjoy lo Uio nUcmicwt, a cooling draught.of'Canada'a mcnt fam- ous, most delicious beer. Truly, Ihe ideal home beverage. DREWRY, Ltd., Willing, Wai Aftnlt and DlHrlbulort AlbtrU. ;