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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta M, Joliuicu, v( Nfliuii. It tht UCK iiturut'r-Kiwrul ol Uriitdi l'u- TIU'ILSUAV, ft, EUbtcrlptlon RiUi: differed, Dally, delivered, per fally. by njsll, per year Weekly, by cinll, y; by mail, per year to JI6J TELEPHONES Dnstocss 03lce ..........v-. JUIforfil W. A. BasMiun sad Managing" N- John TorriKco, Uusmcts II li Ic. Tho ivJIiliMi nvjth to KaKi' tho j bulk ul iho OtlJ, IUAJT wUHnp to pooplo must jWUfa ihfj view veil meet their lur.llr llki'lv.uulll TOO IMPpRTANT LEGISLATION CONSt.pERATlON'. DMes ot ?iplry of sdbiorlpll pear dc'ly on-address label. tnco of (UIKTS a fur oipSratlor car fjibonty (a ooiitlnud Ihs Hon. THE PRO2PSES OK THE WAS Tbc rnlipd f lal senMs ihc or var U lo prevtJit Ibo [llftn o( one man street cars a i biroiig oyposllion lu T.ei'ibrM? I lUo Icgtelauou; Forlun- U ately. tha auj the telegraph VarrlPd'to Edmonton, such strong crltt- ihillfiG goveruiuent deeded lo wLih- dftvr'ft We tho moment Ihe reasons 'such 'mi amend- Vi'rit ul I becoiuo ot UuUuvilts Ivrfau Harry veil rancher cr clui V-Yta-UMn dUt in' The IKisL ol'loo jisfl. at CrolUqii'Ksvt, Out, J. S. .O. bwn lUaW'l. In Iht 'ilrji Hltst as Conservative for.'tb? l in Ibe'Sliiulo Law snd [he o? aro! a'oJ, unless li was to tho clamor c.treL-iciI lo lake siuitiar ai-tion toJay sot In Kdmoutou siul Th'-is -vilt tlifl lio i Wlilla tu tliP trvlll hi' beJ. Illtlviinl IS. ivrll kuowti rvafdtnt vt fi'll ,i 'U Flrp JeslrujeJ llw mill, wurchausp aiij rivviiur of ihi1 tvho Mlllliig Co., l.lbiil. 1-CiBo, p( Ollavvn. In Mltal In tcllaii. Ho wllfi (ho jiuial Klyliu: jnthcr, Ur. l.cfju In Cl fhrive brlUr In riroMbl-! tfllcs than hi ''vrL't" r tuju. Etiltl In nu ____ former! sddross bolFbV'al.lliq- Dry 'rlilcajju Kfd- TeslK'n'txt Thouwsyv'ivaa killed Itif "Dry KcatiJo nelicA one clr- fus ay lo when (ho (osvu wb's ho ?nld. "In rorllaiul, Orepoti, Iho tncrvaso was in iho rallrop'il yard wlitre IIP wia cuiptoyctl. For desorllug the 2S3rJ Krciich- In lo mske several months ago, (o Jean Iroin lo SS.20C." Miss Slorcella V. lildnnlson, nm i.ctiyjricJso hai .twee, a distinct suc-ltonlislo winscll, was sentenced atilro.i o( hospltols, The British and French nro lu pfssesElaix in ibe fity ifu. The ncrnians, ILQ-A- _ bdmtHiiii that Hit? cliv's 'Jooni'is .cesk- ;-Thc people nro highly jatlsned but with it Very few accidents, not auy .35 -raauy as uiuler the two- have occurred since vof the system. Tho tlc-strucilon" by mfcji c'ar Is the proper system for ami pthcrwjsof econbmical'adnifDUIralton oC o strcel the imblic rarryfns of devasietioD- ft] railway lu Is cipcclcil. t.owever, that pome show! bridge, Ti ot rcslsisnco bo mado when well advised uol to commit. come lo the main balili (or LheiiieelC at any Hie oue man city Ibe siia of Lelh- ol Alberta lo QUO yearTd Ihiprlsunnieiit lu tho LcLhbriilgQ goal. Possible caudidales IOT Ibe Conser- vative uonilnntfou for thq o( coraruons iii MaaL Calgury are S. B. mHoclia, M.L.A.; Mayor Dr. Spanhio, Joim Jnviu and B. II. Crati- (lie The Bauk -of. Montreal announces f ol a branch at-Graliacii. Oni., Die junction poiiit where Lho rir Tlie Germans, while they" profess i operated in a small city. be .offensive' :'The of Qnieudmcnt TVUS especially where 11 lhlD oi tUe TrauscoQlhiental lias hPBll nn lion in (he organizing work o[ tbu Aw prlc.q n 'army nursing service 'by Hie Uulted Slates .govemmeul. Miss Richardson scrvgil front ivltli the Flm Canadian slnco relnruliig been inntron of the Deer Military grange nml M UuspUals. ainst the' RUES I iu" fro nt. have in" fact, rekiJy Lesujj'ili'flt offensive, and'liaTe reed of the-Siobhod rirer the Volnynla district, whtrc the isslans" hare PREACHING ECONOMY' PHACTISING .WASTE Ootzrio has been s: completing and I for the Kcutens! It is a pi of Ibe waa speh't-since the war slarl- ipcluded VH the Statute Law Amcnd- nients hot. This act 13 a last of (.he Streets flooded by tho tbaw iiecessllfltcrl a luneral In Tur- col, a suburb-brjiiontreRl, being con- In hoafs.' Tho police, who as- rallway leaves the main line to run i sumed charge of (ho funeral arrnnsc- dowu into.. Fort William and Port Arthur. Thlrly-sli years'spent [a moulding measure and fluently ecu- directing (he livea of pupils In I Ottawa schools Is the record of Thorn- tains Important legislation. In our as McJauel, late principal of tho is a io'Jnrliila injstlwo] for iJgber Englisli and applied sflcli.Ibipofl-.jeTts, .who has rcslgiied. and :will llvo anc'o.its'.the question ws have retired life. dfscUising; Publjc bodies hare prap- (fcally. of placing their LearinE opioion of municipal of- case It was. only by accidonl Haidle the proposal. iniglit 'With'-a chairman knows noth irig'sbput.grain or the Grain Act; ih- gT2Ja coromision is not. likely lo be of much Ih'e.western farmars. S: SIi cai'famsj? 1.365; with Ifisteatl 01 sake v.yf: of thrift the .vromDQ or ihe with vlast yeai's hats re'.rlnicied'rjhat the may be for pain'qtlc work. colament is not "pecdbtl- ''One Indignaiip'Wp'iaan-" Arid as all tnovr IhVontarloEOV' v1 ernment is the itcpglV-.lo econ- omlze In ordsr. to win ifiej.war. Thero isn't ranch ccpnoipy V tures of the character me3txu'netl. OF THE SYSTEM RESTS PEpPLE. Geo. P. culling the pair "-the rootj. The Tory opposition in1 Alberta asfees with him, at leasl they thai agrcs likewise. Patronage is a waste of public money. is r.ot good hoElness. It, Is of Luiloess. Public Iast eTenhif, Aboiit the of .the affairs of an incorporated municipality. The The organ of the Uo- in its current Issue_sajs that 1Ue Is'con- templatihg some forni "of compulsory military service nmbiik the eligible men ol tho civil service." The Civilian action .f along will not be "'iopg delayed. Hudson's has jd bio .11 -is to trade-with IhcmVlfia'f'lh'e post has been opened. Tfcat thc-'rrionai'erfectrof 'a tai-'.sale has.-had the pracllcal' resiilL qt Ed moriton being paid something' like 550, ic ia.. eotiUed to proper, notice, of of. laies. is .ihe estimate -In oideV LKafit of'City'. Treasurer One may enter, a protest if it deem5 IL e. 'H is. an, eminent: too, to get public opinion. lbls partlcTilar case the legislation might" have-been adopted before par- would ham learned any- Ibmg-'abdnt Jt- I lawyer. -Is -.appointed chairman of Lhc grain commission. The farmers of the West will apprcc- cheque received. Ihe treasurer amounted and another lo meuls, secured the boats and look hem to (he-home of Iho deceased. The boat conreyipg Ibe cashet wns rowed through the streets' till higher ground; was readied oy the .officers, ind wns i ol lowed by ten boats con- aiuing the mourners. The Montreal Daily Slftr quotes Sir William Peterson, princli'a? of-aicGHl university, as faying that N. W. Ro well. leader of Hie Liberal op position in. itjie.j Ontario legislature, was Lhn first -to suggest that men should be llio number which Can ada should send overseas. "If I am 101 William Is quoted as say numb er'.ivss named noL_by any .luembcr'.pf the. pi-cscnt tJUt.-liy a man for whom all hava Uic.snralesl respecl.. N.. W Ilowell, q, l the Liberal opposf- Silent Admiration lice I' I J up The reslrtiincil islicJ niitl styjo of Clothes 'Attracts open notice, only sil- ,v ;ent-tulmiration, the V .'finest tubule that it possible to ijive i ''or-get. "v Stiffs, Twenty -five to Forty Dollars CREIGHTON BROS, Tailors lo 3Eon, S, iiH Klehlli 'AVc. E., Calory. ERCE JOHN'AIRD, Ctwrii MUUW v, c. BROWM. Syp't cf Ctniril Wciwrn THE' QFCO SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., LLD.. D.C L. UV. F.JONES, AuiCinf CAPITAL PAID UP, RESERVE FUND, THINIC WELL BEFORE YOU SPEfrJD Each dollar saved will help Canada. to do her share in the War. Interest allowed at 3% per annum on Savings of and upwards .at.any. branch of the Lethbrirjge Branch-- Mgh Results Sure II yuu BU trlil, Murji it (unnaiiiMl. I diiu UiMii If juu II, Wllii'j ilAVTKIt 1101 11th SsuIN (4JO Eit'lmiKi All MONEY TO LOAN FUNDS MORTOAOtS AND AGREE VENTS FOR PALE PURCHASED NEW DOMINION BLOCK Oppoille Cgurl House Sl-C ISUPPLIES AL W.L. I PIHONE ALL KINDS OF ELEO TRtCAL Co, ,l8'3rd 8. Ofricers are inslrucleil to retrain from discussing political or i QuesUons IQ .the. course of, recruiting speeches, anil from abuse'ot'mon who have not enlisted for." ncl'iyo service, byva circular addressed; by the'Ben- e'ral officer commauding Xo. to oiTicers co mm and ins units In the district. Calgary .claims to bo Ihe first city in AVbctla a woman sworn in with tull'poilcc' authority. Mrs. Mary Irving ilalheson was in Mon- rtay_and can, now UEO ihe aulhbrily that.Is I'gnuLed to an'ordinary pollcc- the Dominion goTfcrnmcnt'fi I man. llrs. was left a widow thoughtfulness out can't unJerataijd why-the appointee was'not a mission- ary from BaEiu's land. fairs, should ie -candnclsd as' basiness is condticted. A pri- business has co concera aboal ,'palroncso. It does not waste money, if it is well conducted anyway; it :.'avolds employing more hinds than The mayor and city council o( Ed- monton entertained the 'members of the Alberta legifilalura nl a ban- only reeal llaror Hardle would buy (or, the several years figo 'when-her husband, the late Alex. at ons iimc an on (fie C.P.R., succumbed I lo a serious'illness. lion. Blalie, died at her residence In. Tor- oalo in her year. She was the dauEULer-of Bisbop Cronyn, of the dloccse'of" Huron. She leaves throe Humc-Hlcke, of would be made up ot bread Itne Canadian Tensions board, now in 1 anil water; and black bread at that. The new bill; Britain provides for the holding ol all are .necL3sary; It, bays where ?n one Instead of sprend- tbc best at the beat price. that is Palron- age, the nubile way of doing business, ;T Jiloys more, men than is necessary .ind sele'cts "them" noi wholly bccause'of r..'lheiTr filne'ss.ibut', because- of their po- litlcal faith, filness being oCtenllmes '.'-.'a It pnr- chases material from political -favbr- j ;ites, and doesn't always get the best "bargain. raUonage is a hard Inlng to root crlucallonal propaganrla must conducted before, the people 'Vill force both poMtlcal ihrousbout the Dominion lo get rid v of it; -Only strong public'oplnio'n can .bring about, a change. Blazers of the Irail arK Smith Will be ni- lartcd but will Iji! hlazcd uhlii'both parties will he travel along It, lu the meantime we1.' will have to 'fruiko thp a rcnt'nUc JiQedlea; pc-'ns'cnd pin bo r from (lie political favorite (or n ttx ypara ycV. but public ojiTclon and all these Ing the general eleclions bill Ihrcc or London; lira, (Prof.) George1 M. Wrong and Samuel V. Uiuke, all of Toronto. V AVHh the exception o[ OQD or; Iwo sirtall licquesls the lata Dr. George C. IJoffmaD, .retired chemist anil UE- 'director of _, ,1 J1BIC.IIL UH CLIU. Ul LIIU fcUUlUKJVttl S four, weeks. Thai a a change lhat vcy o( cana.Ia, who died in ojp.wa acccplablc. The ajcmyj last Marcli. lelt nl! his eslalc of nr.cerfalnty about (lie result Is I H5 (a te asti for Ihe charitable and cnmigh (ir one dav keening II E0cial work Ihe SaKation Army in extended surgical research at the Queen's unircrslty .lu KliigstonJ It seems the ConscrTallvc party Is' 'no place ;for Independent IhougnL arid action. W. F. Maclean, M. P., Is not lo be Eiycn the parly again because ho opposed Ina nickel policy of thft Ontario gov- ernment' and favored a national gov- ernment. That won't hurt W. F. Mac- lean. He JtnoTTs opinion a good deal belief than ttic party Icad- He'may be advanced in somc'.of hn in a friend of the people, lie Is loo radical a.'id too pro- Ereislve to be a Tory .anyway. HAMILTON MAY HAVE Apill amll- .ton's failure bakeH mate a contract fsr'.'supplyfng the hospitals, jail or otlier civic Inslitu- reaull In thc'cEtanllahnicnt here ttt a nninJrlpal bakery.' The high cost of living has Ilie. mat- ter (n Kanrf. mm, LEHER GARROS DRIVERS and other -workeis who must have enduring strength, lake From COASTtoCOAST P otatoes W a rit d CAR LOTS OR LESS it be ftood ilic'd, leun ilock. lioiie732 or cill at '.s Hay and OF ALL KINDS COAL C. 6. D. Burner Office at-Kerincdy's 410 St. Watch" for the Bob Long Boy in Your v Dealer's Window WesternTririsferXlo. CfticB X3.- 'P. ft. Freight Shift PHONES Office 1183 HcHiiii's. Aulo-'Iiivcrv r Capable Drivers Phone 1312 Dallas Hotel la build up and keep up their health. Surely it ml] do as much for you, but iiuis't on SCOTTS. Towtto, Oat K-U Dealers everywhere are celebrating BOB LONG -The near you who is'making-' .J a big-window display Bob Long Gciods this week is backing Union Labor. Go and buy from him. Ccail (a Cattl RaovfB Union MadeGloves Overalls Shirts Munition Aprons and Caps Spriai Kiitted Jerieyi. cpl. LIMITED TORONTO ONTAiRIO AUTO HVERY Lelhbrldge, Alberta We know ihe.'country thor- oughly. i We have had the experience. It paid for. _ 1200 The Hudson Aiitoiivery A Iilg Sli Cylinder T-'prissciigor car. One ol Uio test and most comfnrlalilc cars In Iho city lo idle lu. COUNTRY TRIPS PREFERRED. .Phone, Day or Night. Phone, Palace 'Confection- ery 66S. "Meet ui al Ihe WE SAVE YOU MONEY! ON WEARING APPABEU5HOES FOR YOURSELF 4 FAMILY HENHESEYi WILSON NORTH LETHBRIOCE. ;