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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta (iK TEN THE OAlJf.Y Wttttl.n WI'DNKSOAY, M'WI. I. II. S. Navy to Co-operate With Thatf the Allies U, si NAVY TO CO-OPERATE will bu ikvotod to tlisi April t'o-oremium1 take, fur strAUieJ lietWecii AineHi'iui n.u> auJ ll.u.-i- cf Ibq nllkil pciviors will be iimtieJiateh tlw luvoMs'-.Mi if necessary hulluir.ty liy AH official tfi tho io 1 miiri'L' America by senillug Fubmarlnos Co eiusl tuwns iMs side ot Hie .Ul antic. Must Keep Thtir Word CoviTiuneui officials here ji th.u ll'.tf I'vUle-J Builds Up The Those who take "Vriul-t-tkes" for Ihu lirsi Ihuo'j are ofleii al t'.ie way iV 0ai7jj- tfttitfi SiEles could a peace urn-, attovrr. They may to ference jsuch a? previously j uy Germany unless Umro was somo ......r made voultl be adhereJ to. War Fund. Washington, April o. 1'lp.ns (or f now avail- Abie (or preparation tor war against iv 'virtually completed to- been wkon iu c-ffoci a ayru-o- menf.aml wo bi- ivt Into otvuuon US SpOIl "R Y'Js' t'.ie cal'iiKi members Tlie raisini of fiifilcioiH mousy to fin'Oct? the- oi the Un- and e si end croJUs lo tnc riuh-.lo AlVcs. The of a Isrfe army. _ ul ailfquaio mfnr.s of .Jay hy the navy ticpartmciii. The fund fichtfn- liiTi'.ian silJin-iriucs. Is " lo USCFP probtnms ajiproyrjailoii for cabmoi look tp ouo.-iLsMis inilus-' up construction with tho tr.'al {IS.OCO aprroprlKilori for eiiulpmoui tlioruushly by coinicll of o( navy yurds ivlih building dcfrjnse. (ccilllles. Navy Jeparlineni otfiolaU Tiie oi this jjovf-rnniput as (arc surveyiuR (he shipbuilding faclll- ftiuhoritaUvfly ciitlincd today U iliaijtios along groat lakes (or the pur- fhc'brst more which r.inUiose of ulHizEu< liiem wlierover found be iuado by Iho (IcrHian povernuient for corslrucllon Is the o( universal siir-i r Popular Loan (rflgo In ilic air.t llie' April pruMeui election o[ a nvj'.t.ury to I nf (icanclns war was Olscus-ieJ In rather ihan lo iho enifor-; detail at icJay's cabinet mooting and I it is plans were consider- od for a large loan by iwpiilai subscription. to authorize sucl a lo-jn may ie framed by iln? tratloii aiid submitted io congress SQOD. Wsslpflint Graduates Washington'. April a. Tlie first More New Easter Wear Just to Han s Coiils, Skirls ami Drossos, Xow Waists, Now NVrkwonr, NowJfiuul Glows, XIMY Sillis, Now Hosiery, Huos Just to Inunl hy inliUMl lo our ready oxtenslvo sdk'U.s, aHog'oHior Uio uiosl coinplele of wear we huvu over hail io show, i EXCLU3IVENE6S OF STYLES, FOR EXTE "VENESa OF ASSOfUMENT AND FAIR TH19 't ING IS FAR SUPERIOR TO ANY YOU WILL MEET WITH OUT6IOE THE LAHGEn CITIES, _ I To Gel Allies1 Secrets Apr. All Hie tuardvtl of pubinirlnc caich- In? devolopM by tbo c-clcnto navies nro'_ exupraM io come icm riofspssion of the Am an navy now ihn ihe I'nlifd States is rMiiy to enter ihe T.T.t. American official consider the development, of a suliraarlne is vitally necessary and all ica and itbility of the navy class of VnKe4 miUUry acail- cmy al Weslpol'it bo late this month instead oi In.June, ac- cording to an aniiQuiiLuuieui made to- day Secretary Capt. Pearson Will Tell of Our i-. j War, Heroes at Majestic Thursday The moil (ales from i a yet to toe told via be heard itt Leibbridge Thursday" even- when Capt. JI. A. Pearson, recent-] ly.ireturned Iron the front, aiter two years. Trill address an audience In the ilajeaiic Capt. Pearson ;vra5 onq of the first sis Y.M.C-A. men to go Jo the rVpuL Tie Ihe as- Buciatiori '-work there and has been in LABOR TROUBLES IN BIG HUN PLANT. Copentiascn, April -J.-r-Thc Berlic Tageblalt says that la- bor difficulties have broken out IQ ibc big Vulcan sbip building works at Hamburg. Workmen demand increase ia ibelr wages: The Vulcan works me where most "of Gcrciany's sreal ocpaii1 liners hare been c- v Clironio J Kuiuey o nuusmor 07 IW.uUlcr Trouble, llheu- ui iu LUe lUct. And Ihpy curud Iho llul fool lietler and in every way. TliisU due to Itjnir of lljeso fiuioui mule from fruit juices. Wo. a box, I! for SLIP, 23c. At all cleilersorSL-iU poslpijj by Kruft Li Auio Oivner Not Liable For Dnmnge if He Is Not Driving Suits for all Types of Fig- ures at Prices to Suit Every Purse il Siu'ft'c Snils: regular und largo sized, spec- XovoKy Suits: High of npplo and nlso aaud, put nnry, (loiipuhujjon, plcnted conis, to Wool Jersey Snils nonullful garments gold, llclglnn blue, apiile, grey, old rose, iinil SH5.00 High Class Taitoral Suits: Mostly navyi brown, "Krpcn and black, IS ID 4J, spcclnll priced. to iii.15.00 An Array of Coats for Every Purpose, Priced Most Reasonably in Every Case Handsome C'oynrl Sliurl mill NiruL'-qunrtcr leLiyOia, very eervkonl'ln nnj ilrcasy fjiio.oo (o KroitiU'loUi Vrry new drLvsay styles, navy. KITOII, brown niul blnck, priced Veloiir C.'oiils Various colored chct'krt :oti JjolJ iind colons ot (an, gold, krccn, ntc. Twi't-d 'Cniils Very eervlcoablo garments for stroll or motor went close touch rcpL- lii the boys in the ns on evening la iol for the benefit oi the Y.3I.C.A. ImE.merelj" lo give the local people art oppoilunily of hearing the best lec- lure yet heard on the war. No ai- mision l be charged but a.coltec- _tiOD will be taken la defray cspenses. Qapt.; Pearson U a LriJliant spealt- _ cr.-jncd'.tie he has to tell o( cui-.boj-s in the ircaches are said lo be most toucbing yet told. He has {Spi-clal ii the llfraJd) Edmonton, April anicnclnienl lo the statute law Introduced In the house provides that an owner of a vehicle Is HOL liable for damage done car if it Is not driven by him or with his consent. If the owner la not driving the car he Is not liable to Im- prisonment if-found eullty of break- lug the net. Medical Reciprocity, Any medical praclitionef on the lacUical regisler of Ihe United King- of Great Briiain and Ireland can .1.. upon ijroof oi sucli registry beSnjj sentcJ lo the college of physicians and surgeons of Alberta, enter.into jirac- .i. tlcc m the province upon the payment oi a foe iiot exceeding ,j I Guards To Vots." I In the tLc.1 sllovlDK soldiers lo i a change is made to Include militia or I guards in camp. Soldiers' Property. A clause mnkcs' it possible tor a soJdier or sailor in acUve.-Ecrvicp lo dispose of his property by Jotter. This clause which was In the wills net withdrawn is retroactive to August, 391V Any soldier whether oC legal a-e or not Is given the to dis- pose of his personal property. Xew Dresses Sllhs and Serges, 3tzca up T to 44.....: 0 Kid Gloves Dent's guaranteed make, all colors and siics, aaino as lasi season......... Silk Lisle Hose niack and whlto, special value. Ladles' ft sires............................ SUC Silk and Sili; Hoot Hose 75c In all colors CLARKE CO. 612, 3rd Avenue, South NEWEST HAND BAGS Many new shapes In all the new colors to Lovely Neckwear A special Easter Showing Just (o hand by Express to Tlalu and Kinbroltlcrcd Silk Wiiists Dlark anil white, varlouB T btylc.s anil iiualltlua iJti.DU o J nn T JtD.UU o dc Cliwiis Crcpc ils Clionc WaUls Ap J plain ami lancy .pJ.UU o Middy Tlatn atrlpes, new OC T coal styles nt O CLARKE CO. 612, 3rd Avenue, South Fernfe; B, G., April The cofce oten roen quit jrort here this morning In face of Uie retusal o[ the company lo pay Jl.gO per oven for pulling cobe.i This action In will have I the effect of closing the mines. Miners are Restless the miners In the Crow's N'est camps ia lo menijest ilinlf. and there is fear that a strike iaay yet result tefore the aereemenl la reached. LETHBD1DGE CHARTER REPORTED i v T.RAINING CAMP GAMES Calgary, April com- are planning to construct i speakfag in the terse cities in j bavins been arrived at yester the west, aad'bas attracted large ail- _ A- the camp is another spring a Inrge number nf. new store- metllng tbU afternoon, no decision [houses m Alberta. Tbe Alberta-Fnr- H is the opinioVbi various U. F. A. I mers1 Co-operatKo company count on miners I putting up elevators in the. voted'to return to work, but no one [province before the 1917 crop is ripe, into tals aioniiDg.. io rcstk from River A Calgary paper states that the Chinoofc miners are out today. This not rorrrct as a full crew went TD tills mornins- to the southern boundary. Already 3fi sites have been secured and nego- tiations are under iray for the re- mainder. All railway lines are being treated- impartially and new tures will appear Ibis year on prac- tically every branch of line in the province. The cost of the elevators is placed roughly at and Ihe I capacity will run alj the vray from to G5.GGO bushels each. WHY CANADA MUST GIVE TO BELGIANS Ottawa. April the sufascrfp- All Belgium today is divided into lions to Canada's victory van .loan two a field oi battle and of which refugees camp. This photoeraph jrom chartered wher? most of the represented; men of Pclgiam are roil ay. They are (ne war loan i sacrificing their aJI In the nams of country- ani of liberty by re- Jtris that in Inrunced j Thomas While, minister of finance, the Invader has dealrov- locals tliTtughoul Ihe south thst of not moro lhan 150 a moalii 000 was for tne'seasou should be allowed farm and this season, and some locals conversions '3CJ1 a-month, and the farmers fed that slock which will te surrendered in flanf'- Antl 'heir allirs they have tb'Is Is too'lugh except' under most payment uf subscriptions is f f Ihc enemy. Tlio soJillcrj of r-siraordrnarv circumstances The The numhc-r of .subscriptions to the I Belgium are fhown receiving the dc HirenU of the of fos-'- loan "eicoeds 40.0M. which is orerlcorAtion Order-ot Merit for more than In the case o[ the laari and Alberta who are soli- cjline farm in the Slates are a-ithorized to monlfon lo the farm laborer? that Ihy vrages they can ex- jit'cl here will not be more than J50. of last year. Subs crip '.ions or less than TO IDENTIFY-THEM represent 000. a (ola! of TRIAL SIZE. Harper's. A Rlx-wceks-old calf was nibbling at The New Mexico senator is named Hie grasj In the yard, and was viewed ApJrlatus Arlstlcus Joncfe, says -lhe', In sile.nce for some minutes by the Standard. But.two of the city girl. senatorial Smiths arc named HoUe and Marcas AureNus, Father SmiUi Bud Father Jones olten look for un- uinal given nanics for their boys. Edmonton, Apr. 3.. The Lelhlrldge chatter was report- ed tor a third reading before the house adjourned at 11.30 last nishL '1 jlaV- PJiMadeJpliin Atbntn, I'hllmlelplila Atnerl-' Xnttonals -t. Jacksonville, Hontlj At-1 cans C, Atlanta, Southern association- lanllc lengue, 0.- i. Kaimllc, C., April 2. Dos- :on Nationals again look the lend today'hi their series with (lie iVetv; York Americans, winning the flflhl ganiC.-l Lovc'gavc four con-i .sccutlvc bases on balls in the seventh. forcing the tyinj; run. The ivinhlnc run followed on R sacrifice fly. Score: New Yort, 3, 11, 1; Boalon.' 4, 9, 1. Piercy, Love and Walters; Allen, Da- vis. Crum, Nehl and Oowdy. Davenport, Iowa, April Nationals, 1, -J, 5; Boston Americans, 6, 9_ 2. Leonard. "Tlulti, Camack, Thomas and Cady; Dell, Cadorc, KelL- cr and Meyers. "Tel] phe said, turolns irapul- io her Iiosleu. 'rfoej R real I j- pay you lo keep a.cow aa small as A: thaj; imosT: daily, 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 firft cup. -n 1 and 3 pound lino. fine ground lot Percolators.' Never sold in bulk. CHASE MONTREAU lint in the meantime what has be come of the wives' and the children and the aged parents ol these heroca? A glanco at the pnotogr fhotvs that a wide range or ages Is represented. Yet there are besides the BelgJan women, nay hundreds o thousands of Belgians who arc too young or too old to light Jlereft o their men folk they hate ler helpless, saved From and death only by the .loving of friends abrcad.- And this ia never ended, wiii never cud until ing last German Is driven from Belgian soil. Until the victorious peace the women and children and the .of Flcl- must be led anrt Can- aiia wilh-the Vnllctl Slates, through ihe relief n-orJtcria are ..devoting I heir entire lime and energy to the caiiEG. Contributions arc Kcedetl ilallv ami whnlcver their size they will he gratefully received by Ihe Cen- tral Uelgian Relict cbmmillce at Et- Peter Eli-cot, Montreal, or the local comraittcca. Ottawa. April Morninj Journal Press says: "It is cutremeJy unlikely compulsion will have lo he resorted to wllfi regard to the filling n of the national service cards. An extension of time until March 31 was given [or the return of (lie cards by H. B. Benncll, director-general of nal- onal service and apparently (he re- sponse has been very satisfactory. There la no possibility yet ot cstlmat ng trhat Ihe response lias been the work ot examining and ng cards 13 very greal, and progress been cnifwyp slirdlu slirdlu a'i I is necessarily alow. However, during the last few days mall received the .offices of Ihc national 'service board was and Is still com- in. About one hundred Lags o? mall, all of it being national service cards, have not yet been opened.- Mr. Bennett win not Lc able (o give a def- inite statement of the result nf the' second appeal for some weeks yet-" ANOTHER WOMAN TELLS How Vinol Made Her Strong BcaJlsv'llu, wish all ner- vous, weak, nm-down women could hnve Vinnl. I was EO run-down, weak, anil nervous 1 could not sleep. Every- IhJDg 1 Ale hurt me, and the medicine I had taVcn did me no good. 1 de- cided lo try Vinolr and before long I could eat anything I wanted and could sleep all nlshl. Noiv I am.Tvell and alronp, anil In belter health than I have been (or years." Anna MlUlson, Deatl3vlllo. Ohio. We guarantee Vinol for all run dofrn, ircak and dcbJlilaUd condl- liohs. J. D. Illglnbotham Uo. druKKlsts, Lcthbrtdgc. Also at ttii? best druggfsla fn all Alberta towns. HOME WORK "Over dally easily earned. CURES SKIN AFFECTIONS Due package proves It. Sold and guaranteed VinoJdrjggist. home on Auto Knitters making War Socks, eipeileTicc unnecessary, Uls- Immaterial. Enclose three cent s today for contract form. Depl. DC, Auto Khitter Collcgo Toronto." MODERN PRODUCTION The New Age The tnro main motives of modern nrwluollon are Ibc Grctd oT Profits and the Kear of SlarraUon. JUDGED BY ITS ACT3. a nation Is merely potential valno deserving of rcsfrtct simply Ije- 'p.usc it l.i a potential value, t slale Is an active value and must te Judg- ed by Ha de .Mac tu. Ail. II. lYOlTCAH DO BETTER- DRY GOODS. NORTH LETHBRIDGE. CARS TO THE DOOR THE FOOT TOGGERY is Southern fs Shoe Headquarters Our salcsYr.en are experts In fitting all kinds of feet and put tha the principle of foot And wear value before (he Idea of selling YOU WILL COME HERE WHY NOT NOW? W. J. NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BLOCK. Deiany's Home-cured Hams Bacon Are 'Favorites' "A Chiel's among ye, takin' notes; And faith, he'llprent it" Burns Our BACON Is produced from the finest Grain-fed Southern Alberfa.. Grown Hogs It is nircd on our iircmisc.s willi Hritisli .Col- niiiln'n and Livei'iiool siill, ..SiiHihed li. C.Sinvdiis'l. The and I'luvor is the lu'sl. Have You Tried These Local.- Products? U Yoii may I'ai'llicr and fare Tlu'ii; (oo, it is clicaiici1 (liati thal.tnmcil 'oiil by paelici's, plus :igc etc. We know yon will liUc (lie goods. We are, proud ol them. DELANYS LIMITED jU'] OF QUA nrrv .M KATR" ;