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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SIS I.KntltlWXJK IXUI.V AHIII, I, 1017 CCIMP U Xow York, April nr.it fen (wo ffipn and one arc missing lit h tfre j ocl warnliiR hy Wmnsii sub-j marines. There wore no Aoivrksn? j on either Twenty-four survivors arrivc-d hero today on (ho Xsbrtf Veneils, vuli-H rescued'. afior iht-y had fcceu adrift four.day? nod four nlghis. "All of our fli boats were launch- reads n statement by Captain Chave of tho Alnywlck Cssile, "and ship sauV In iweniy The fubiuarlne emerged from the sea amons" ihe and wsirbM Ihe Eel founder slowly, by Ihe hosd, acd ihfln went ofl afier another sloimshlp wo could see about four miles to the "Shortly otter we saw IhU steamer the but MW ol fefr to flar.t ftrv eitd. taUBt All lhat CrtV-Uln Chave MLl. tai Jurtiif th iitsM they InjJ number cue IT of crew, s-ii [uSfen- aod Eva of ihe Trevoi'i Tiiv'Ir fH.iu one woeV's supply P! one csin of cxjuJouiOtl tillfe ami (no (-fiiiM tro.ikers Uales disiblOkl ito ruddier. Avray Ihe anil Nr-ih of which were, COM- stam later, shosiftpo of water sml UcV of lojeihor with Mucrly cold wtniii, SOPJO of thetu to befoni? dcllrtous. Two dteJ nr.A later three ir.we suci-unibeJ. wbose todies remxlut'ii JQ IVAI the survivors ttx) weik to throw ibeui overboird. The bends and fc-et of men were swollen Iwlct Ihflr norniil size Cap- lain Chare saiJ. The uieu who dfed were R- Thomns anJ firemen; V. Kilcher, foreman of Ihe cattle men, and his assistant. and Buckley, the captain's slevrsrd. The Elp Idea! Realized To make a motor car, individual in de- sign, of sturdy construction, accurate tn the minutest detail of its inechanicism, econ- omical in operation; equal in'beauty to the most costly types, yet priced to fit the 'nurse' of the average family. THIS IS THE IDEAL REALIZED IX OP THE ELGIN SIX THE CAR OF THE HOUR Earl M. Huyck Distributor Sales Room, Sixth South, Lethbridge _ SO U_ t-'CONT Tit Acl (or thitvl (Vddluf. U curry m'.iutoli'illT.v In Ihc frovli-. o levy durius contiituinci! n( i a tM 10 (be AH uttdor Lho form a AIIH! iinJvr I vuiro! of ihp abki sh t vaM (o Can.idfau fuiut Alberta. UniitA ultvaJy for IIiv Is given j-oirer to rtfl'.ilf In L or tu pArl uny tax against iho I nvly nl any rrrsca who has isted Tor service. Dwtr Act Attorney General Cross In moving) ho ro a ill MI; oC the act respivi-j ip dower said ho ihotighl he was L they hail iuoro beneficial I gltlRjica Tor married WQHUHI hi Al- I ?rU ihnn in niiy iurt of lLo llrlllib Eupiro, The wumen of Albovta 01- in regard (o Jowor rtsMi lud legal Ltian those of any ilher provtnco in Canada anil the uur- 'ort of Tho Mil was to remedy that Grievance. The kitfslsllau n-ould give 110 married wouion IKo tulereit in ho home. He mentioned th.it In older provinces such as Ontario the wife hail only a third iifa Jjitorcsi up o tho husbaod's death and iiurnodl- ateJy aiier that ?hD had ID leave Ihe home. The bill was read a second Members In Khaki Premier Sjfion said he felt lie we5 king a large .stare of rcspocsibiliiy oioviijs lha secouO reading ot the 0111 to amend the election HCT, In re-! spcct lo the soldiers who i of L'ie legislative assembly. The I effect of tho measure was a tempor-1 ary change In Ihe- conaillullon but the conditions o( the legislature and the conditions of the country were such at the present lime that very serious' coosideratlon had led him to feel lhal .1 was nettcr lo take this action than ;o leare [I off. The discussions that iad taken place In tbe ncwEpapers nnd! the agreements (hiL had ieen enter- ed into which were of course not blcdfcjr, and In some mstfinces not carried out, would briujj in connection ihe election a direct personal feeling in regard; to military matters irhlch it it ivere pojsfbli? should be avoided in parlicular constlLu- whppD liose men had sacrific- ed their political interests by going to serve ihelr country. He therefore felt, although it was a. serious matter, that in Hie of Ihe coun- try and the future welfare or the coun- try it advisable that In tht inter- est of the province nL this time they should make ctrlaln the elct Of men. Hpadloy on behalf of the opposl- ilon. said he ivas entirely In accord with the principle involved in the bill that they ought to protect the members of the house who were serv- their country across the. or who had served across Llie seas. The bill was read a second time. Hospitals Act On the Ihird reading of the munici- pal hospitals act moved bv fen. Wil- frid Garlepy, Dr. Stanley urged that more stlenlion should be glrea to Ihe public health aud contended that hos- pilal accommodaTion and attendance should be frEC as disease was a ques- tion for the state, not the individual. Criticising the bill as a halMvay mea- sure as it did not provide for a sys- tem oi hospitals under which the leg- islation could be n he said that It was the view oi the opposition Ibat tne money realized through lie EASTER CLOTHES Xou'll Need a New Suit or Overcoat for Easter TrivHlv Our Spring1 showing wits never more cninpldtt aHrsiclIyo. I IIP fad Hint prices on all linos of nim'liuniliso tire soaring1 we luivc values In Fit-Reform, Society Brand 20th Century Clothes Uml we know will iippenl lo UIL> In seniTh of Better CloMics at u Moderate all I we ask is iin opportunity to sliow you THESE BETTKK SUITS AND OVUUCOATS At A PERFECT FIT AND OUR GUARANTEE OF SATISFACTION GOES WITH EVERY GARMENT OOLD. New Arrivals in Easter Furnishings for Men Dr. Jaeger's Wool Taffeta Shirts. Jaeger's All-Wool Underwear and hosiery Cluott-Pcaboily Shirts, up. W. G. IJ. Dress Shivts, up. SPECIAL! SPECIAL! One Lot of Men's Dress Shirts with or with- out Lounge Collars, regular to -Si.75 values, Oui- Special See the Season's New Hats are entirely new'wide leaf is' all the rage, shown in Stetson, Borseleno, Mal- lovy luurCihristie makes. Prices to in Dent's Inn niul grey Mocha-nml Cnpc, prices to NECKWEAR.' In nll'tlic newest shades-anil colo.migs, Chen- ay 'and other good mnkos. Prices !iuc, 50c, 75e, and McKELVIE THE "2 M'S" McGuiRE, IT'S NEW WE HA VE IT." KTKKIIAM wild land Ui should be ullllied for thanks lo the nietribers of tho house ,000, a statement which evoked the provrdlnfj free hospitals aod moved who were members of' Ihe southern that the bill be -'recommitted to the [executive, lie had not found one ot conimiliee'of the wliole house for the them -who was not willing to do purpose ot making 'provision therein] duty at any lime when called upon, that the revenue derived (rom Ihe wildj The response they hftd met wllli la and lases be applied la the establish- [asking contributions had been moat ment and maintenance of a system ot One of the ridings that free hospitals Tor the rural districts (vas Ihe greatest surprise lo lilm was Davis "PROMOTER" Cigars, sold f by all good tobacconists at 3-for-25c. are eool, bland, smooth, with all that one expects in a fine Havana. 3 shapes to choose from: why not try one? of the province. Headier Acadla, whlcb Mr. McColl represent- onrjiog said that ihe opposition had ed. He took a very active Interest in ilways urged that" the rural munici-) the wort and a purely farming dis- palities should have Ihe benefit of theltrict (hat tad_given venMIUIe Before wild land tai. Hon. J. R. Bojlc raised Ihc point that the amendment was out oE order. Money could not be' appropriated by (he legislature without the asscnl'Oi the Lieulenant-Gov'ernor. U was ad- m it ted that the commUtee ot the whola txiuld not act on the resolution. Even- tually the amendment was withdrawn and Dr. Stanley gave notice of Ihs fol- lowing motion: "Th2.L in the opinion of this House (he wild land lax should be amended to provide that the r nue derived therefrom sdouM kc ap- plied in Ihe Culablishmcnt and main (on a nee of a system ot free hospitals (or the rural districts oi Ihe prov- ince." Bia Work Done Elflon saJd he had no ,nb- Jectlon to the motion being on U'ednesday. T. M. Twcedle, when the pnlrlotEc tax act Was being con- sidered, aa president of the Southern 1 Alberta branch oC the patriotic funt (said he approved of the bill because IL was not a compulsory lax but medium through which the various municipalities, local improvement dls trtcls, and school districts, could on their own initiative make voluntary contributions Jo tlic fund. lie Bald hi Relieved Albcrln was the only province that had raised Its contribution b> the volunlary principle which had worked out splendidly. The allott menl o( the orovince was and In seven months of the fiscal yea they had raised slightly over Ffe desired he said to express hi CONTROL Thsdrivcrofa Chevrolet "Four-Ninety" has a feeing of safety on any road. The pcrfscled mechanism responds iastsnUr to Ihe sill of the or woman at the Tte brakes are eure pssiLJve and do not slip. Hectric lighting and starting, speedometer, ammeter, non-skid rear lirea are part of strndard equjpmtnU ?72eze'