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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Foim Detafo eHTprfd, per weet delivered, per year Ja.W by mall, per year jl-JJ Weefcly, by mall, per year r, mall, year to U.S..J3.00 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Offica 1J W. A. Buchanan President scd Managing Director. John Torrance, Duslness Manager. Pales ot eiplry of itliacrlpUons Ap- pear dr'ly OD address label. Accept ince of papers after data h car authority to continue tit iuticrtp- Uon. ,THE OF THE WAR The United States of America, now one of ihe allies In Iho war agalos Prussian militarism, had lla first rea breath of war Saturday when German raldars were reported to be lying In off the Atlantic'coast for the pur pose ot raiding U. S: shipping. Following its" rteclarallo'n of wa sgalnst Germany.. President Wils eoyerncjeut Is tending all Its energle how to preparing for active patllctpg tlon In the conflict. An army of a ml lion men In a year, with a war budge whtch mar tola! flvo blllton In tb period ot lime, ore among .lh thing3 planned. In the meantime th Sivy being prepared for co-opera Jlofl wtth ihe allied naral A break ID relations between Au. tria, "Turkey aqd Bulgaria, and tb t'n 1 Led Slates la forecasted tor lh hear fulure." The HuaEiaq government has give plain irjliraaUon that peace proposal would be considered only were li Kaiser to be dethroned. TOUd-foffan exlci.eloe ol Ihe of Ibe lor QUO graft' charges werft nmrto to oii.- Ihe jmbHc uitnJ for poUttoM fleet.' Ill their own minds, tho meui- o( tho ppposltlou know that the Iberta government was tho problems of Lho province, lhat ogrcsslvo feglsUUon, equalled by uo her province In tlio Dominion, has eeti plic'cJ on tho sttidita boohs, and Is QbsoluteJy no public and at UIQ present tlmo for B change the tuanaseiueuL of affairs at cinfou. UNPRECEDENTED ACTION OF THE SOCIALISTS. By acknowledging tha existence >nd promising Its support to the p Vincial government ot Russia, the S eiaiist party there has done an precedsnled thing. Hitherto and all other cpuntrles organized Socia Um'has always ranged Itself on tl tilde of tio opposition. only but they ;hav.E-c diced to allow their members "to 3 sume JLDJ: appointed Fran MM.- 'and .OILSled .from the party1 the iriomDnt they became minislers of .stale. The .same thing would prob- ably have happened to Emile Vander- Yelde, "president of the Inleratlonal 'Bureau, .-who accepted a.'portfolio in (he Belgian ministry, al-lbe .beginning of war, -tenth .con- jsresa held at Vienna. In August, planned. :In Germany inen like .Bebel and Llebknechl "held, of elective offices. Alter. M.Vandervelde, M. KercnaW, the new ABUssIan minister of lasUce, J3 .the j first, member of the Socialist party tp..he left undisturbed, In, the possession, of a portfolio In "a "Hour- eeols" .rnmiatry- ETTING RID F PATRONAGE. Tho new goyprumonl of British Co- ojbla IE laklnf most ol Ihe Jobs id publld eervlce out o[ tho reach f patroQQEe and placing them uotler Clvh Bwvlce cooiDJlsslon. It Is the rit.Blep of the kind wade by any rovlnce, cicept Manltota, and there advance has' not be en'so marked he till follows closely tha Federal egislstlon v'Tbe EOTcramcnt lost the pcopl on a sale o telephone, anchors. When the oppos 'lion learned that telephone anchor cost 52 cents each Instead of lh opposition, much chagrined, decide .Ihey had.ias the tasehaU fan .woul put it, "pnlled another boner." The camc'a iblrd and last attempt. Th firsl 'r'graft charge" was raked onl o the coatsj dressed up a new way, palmed off'on the public as JHS.fli worth or graft. An fnraUgatfon wa Imraedlateiy caL'ed But fro ._" Jlfonday was suffclen tlmo' for the government to secu train the underwriters of. 11 Tbonds In (inestlon 'that Ihe opposlili -.had grave mistake b on false presum That was [he third' o( t baseless, so much so fact-that the opjvoslUon yrould ha H iiAVK tus -AGAIN; 5 tit mm Msde Him FMI fc 11 Mini On Air OouJli.Orr. i 19H, "For over two I wu troubled Drpntltitii, l.atk cj Otio 1 saiv your "Krult-n-llrci iiako yo'i lite wiltlnjon Tills appealed to me, so I lo bin.1" In rcry sliorl limo, I jo feel boiler, >n J noiv Ifitlfiae, CARPETS "Aiid'mmlo" tfl 'look row. clean thoiu on your owil'ltoor, Mr MK tiloclrlg lilicliirw IIOI Mth isulh, Iho .llcadachca a entirely. I icootuuicud this flfJiaitt frail Hftdifint lo Sll fritodj f i DAN MCUSAX We: a fpr 0.K, (rial etio, Al nil jcalcrj or aont by Frull- l-ilvi-i Limited. Ollawv CANADIAN SOLD- (.v Ai'o you with your milk r Cartoon hy Mover. PIKED UP THE Fletcher C. Sntder> 3 Toronto bar- A. A. Culver, Y Slmcoe, OnU mef- al government In British Columbia 11 cut off a big slice of parly yat- nage and remove 11 entirely fcom r'tisBn Inierierence. That's ajmive IngMo we remember that ost of the Joha In_BrltIsh Columbia ave been filled by and e'Liberals haven't had'a'chanca at nbllc' favor 'from a ifrlendly govem.- ent In the cnllre Malory of the pro- nee. Mr. Hrewater may mako' In-his own party by patting1 lo force 'such patronage kllUng legls- Uon'hut he will wlfl the respect of '.peopie who are. eager to have uslqeaa methods pracUsed'uy Cur vfirnments. Patronage as we know throughoat Canada, Isn't good .bush S3S..' It .is not practised byhlg In USe oar roll roads and banks n'd why should It be practised by our rlster, (s dead.' Ben D. Humphrey, a prominent Tor- onto undertaker, Is dead. N'eafmlnster, B.C., pastors con- demned church raffles. Patrick Xoone, an Indian mutiny veteran, celebraled his 90th birthday at VIrdcn, Man Aylmer, Que., has.voted to cut off the liquor business within Its pre- clnts. "Rev. W. J. 25 years rcc- "tor" of si. James', Angllcan: church, St. During1 the last two weeks ot March Ihe 3rd (Kingston) pivislon enlisted 7S1 men for overseas'service. 'Miss Fanny eldest, daugh- ter of W. H. Hellyer, died on her'iray home from the Clinlon collegiate stiiute. i V Lieut. Col. TV. Q. who was overseas Trilh No. .5 Slatlon hospital bas vbeen pen chant, Is death Rev, J. 51. Warner has resigned the lastorate of Ihe First church, Woodstock, Lo tate a course at Iloch- esler. X.Y., Tfaeolosjc'a! The colors of the (Weilinfr :on) Battalion were deposited in St. Andrew's Presbyterian church at fergus'. The old "gibe ehoul as been relegated to the dark ages. -With wh.eai. for next very already quoted; at Jl.To per ushei the'farmers hive ap additional ncentive to.sqV every available acre, f r r The faculty of Oberlln college'is r ranging the purcbaae o[ a moving picture machine and will educate Ibe pupils'to a desire fur-belter pictures Evidently they've been having'. some 'damaged goods" down lhat T oo. From Iho silence of English news apera; Hon. Hohert Hogere seems lo IB about as welcome In England na he -fat Bulletin. Since he Is the "power hehind thi throne" probably the newspapers ar Tfrald lo aay'anyifitng about him fo fear ;it might, be considered "lea majcale." The vclerans' assoclallon In city promises to become an innuen tlal organization. The men who form !t are'Worthy to exert an Influence They have done Ineir bit in Iho flgh against and It IB prell safe to assume that the Influence (he Trill cicrl will bo for the good of lh community and the nation and n for autocratic purposes. The me e.a, deal to, do in helpln other organizations which are has flsjJiBlhllng relumed soldicr.i in civil life once more, nnd nothing an of us can do to help along in th work of the veterans will be loo muc to repay thfim .fc-r hav done for Caudaj Lieul. A. J. "of Ilia Montreal Highlanders) who. was hllle'd on Jlarch 25, was a high ciplbsive shell' fell behind the IF COX'S Phone f 19-fl sloned, being 'declared medically iinfi for furllier service.'', I J. O, 'mauagei the Quebec aa been, appoinle'd "_managDr of the mpress hotel, Victoria; e summer, while 'Arthur -BeuaRlia 111 hayt charge of the "C.P.Rl hotel Banff. Mr. Benaglia will return to he Empress In'.the fall. The main credit for the splendid uccess "against the Turks at Gaza is ow revealed as'-belonglng to. LleuL- en. Sir Chas. Dobell, who wa3. In ximmand..' Sir Charles, whose'falher 33 so well known Jn Quebec, was ducalcd at the Royal Military col- ege, Kingston. He has'been attach- d to Sir .Archibald Murray's ElafT In "the'pToiiosed ihV'Guei'pn Kitchener RadlalVrallway- fugdale, New Geritiany nni] .'Bridge port, endorsed bj V" i- j -T i' 7' Victoria university, Toronto, ferred the, degree of upon'Kev. D. Morman, a uiisslonary in ud Riev. J. P. of Trinity L_; fl; ---1 Lleut.-Col. T, Herbert Lcnnoi and Ihe members of. Ihe ,20Slh BaUalion, oE York county, we're tendered a fa re- well banquet" council. ly 'the Aurora" town His. -knighthood was J his rllllant success as commander ot the .nglo-French 'force which swept the lermana .Irotn Haron Allerlop, of Chapel Allerton (Wai. Lawles died In don, Eug. Born in.lSW, ha -'was momber of. the house of 'commons for Leeds for more than 10 years.up to Loo Li me he was created a baron in was formerly financial secre- tary of the trcasurj-, and was chief secretary for Ireland fn The of Gait la Ehocketi by a'.terrlble tragedy vrhlcb occurred tbere.whea the four, little children..oj Mrs. Alexander McNlcholl were burned to dtal'li in a flre'.'iyrhlch con'suraca" Tier V'The mpthftr .wag out..visiting, leaving, the children in; of .Ihe'tri gedy until an hour after It happened The father was ktjled in action a some mojitba ago. JTha. militia doparlmcnt liaa confer cd upon Lieut. J. M. Lanos, profeseor of French In the Koyal Military col- ege, t bo mnJi of honorary major. Lieut, Etlmuncl Gordon Brown, ol OUawnf a ncphow of tbo late Hon. leorge Brown, paid tho supreme BRC- riQce .at Hie front- Tho late Lieut. Jrown-was the only son of his widow- ed mother, Mrs. Gordon Brown, b( Ollawa, who recently went to England her boy. Lord George fourth son of thc.Duks of Wellington, arrived In Toronto on .Monday, and will be nl- tached to the Canadian branch of the Hoyal Fiytng corps, Ifn has been liaylng In New York-since his mar- riage.'on March 13, to Lady Louise Wellesley, widow oi his brother, Lord Richard. Lord Richard was killed In Flanders on October 20, 1934. "Mrs.- O. Heals has been-' appoint- ed a Justice of the peace'at'Seattle; brother, John H." Car- roll, who Is serving a'g a major In the nntlorial .Washington- 'Mrs: Deals'was the first woraah graduated from th'o UnlyersUy Washington law'sctiool. and la the econd to servo as 'juellce of the ppaccja Seattle. ._-. Cardllt, Wales, subscribed'.the new.British war loan. The rar has Drought great wealth lo Car- diff, principally through.the Impetus Frclghta Increased, shlfis rapidly Increased In vr.lue, enler- pflsjng young .business men bought yhole fleets on a epecutatlre basis BQil reaped rich reward for their dar- Amon'g the new millionaires arc fourteen !young men whu belore -the war.were shipping clerts on ten .dol- eekly salaries. i Says Dr. CasBtll'i Tablets Have Kept Htm FH Through Two Ware. Sapper A. Hartley, of Hie A Com- Itany. CantulUii KrkglnGory, whoso Homo address Is 90G Trafalgar Street, London, Oularld, la one of innny who liavo wrlllen In pralao of Dr. CAsaell'B Tablota. Ho sayE.1- "As a constant U3or of 13r. Caesell's Tablets, I would llko to add my lesttinony to tbelr value. I used (hem when-I 'was Hi tho South African War, timl, finding tbo Lcn pE them hcvo taken them slnca ycj1 felt rundown! 1 always meiid them, for 1 know thai they do all (hat Is claliued fqr them. In my opinion they are Iho best tonic any- one can'take'for losa of apnetlle, poor- ness of bjootl or general weakness of tho A fret sample of Dr. Casiell's Tab- lets will be sent to you on receipt of 5 {or mailing and packing. Ad- dress: Harold f. Ritchie A Co., 10 McCaul Street, Toronto. Dr. CBaabh'B Table la are the surest homo remedy for Uyspcpsln, Kidney Sleeplessness Anaemia, N'crroys AllriieuU, tferve' Pnrnlyjls, Palpitation-and AVeakiiess In Child- ren. Specially valuable for nursing mothers aud durlag the .critical per- lods'of Sold by druggists, and Eton-keepers'.' throughout Cnnndo, Prices: One lube. 60 cents; tubes tor the.prlco ot five. Beware ot Imita- tions salif to contain hyponhosphltes. The composition of. Ur. CasseIVs Tab- leU Is known lorily to the proprietors, and' no .can ever ue lllc .X- Solft Proprietors; Dr. CassellV Manchester, Eng. FOR Fully modern ho'uie on Ave. A., S, Six raomi and bith, full concrete FJ.rit clacs condition. map .for cash or conitdcr CONYBEARE, CHUReH, McARTHUH DAVIDSON 82-0 _ lELECTRICAL, 'SUPPLIES AND ALL KINDS' OF ELEC- TRlCAL WORK.' (37 ,'f 711 3rd Av.. 8. I AND AL W.L. PHONE flntl JnmcB .Alan, "aa trus- tcca'ot'Queen'i unlrerallj- liy a voio of tlio' gradualcs. s CAR LOTS OR- LESS frlust be gaod alied, sound call atv aurt Grain Co, rW 1221 2nd.Avenili 8. "A caso In which a former employae ot: Ihe University of Alberta Is In- volved In grave charges'U" now pro- ceeding in the supreinn criminal court charges are that Bill, formerly" a' bbofc- tfeeper employed nl.thc Unlverally'Df Alberta, about the .month. ;of Jlarch, di foiga a cheque of''ihe linl- yersHy arid purporting to be raatle by the.'university Ken- neth Asbworlh buraar, ani.E. C. Far- dee, chairman, on the Imperlnl Bank of-Canarla, Edmbnion, in favor of C. for the sura ,ot and endorsed or purporting to be endorsed by'-.C.'.'l'. Nobbs, steady market and milk with "price ,'r Wfc.cin lupply you with cant fat-following .prices: 'S gallon feuis Write us for prlccj. We are agents .'for "'the BEATRICE CREAM; SEPARATOR. The bcii "on. the market. Easy to operate and saves you 25% 'to oh Ihe Initial cost. CMSTiL IID, OF PHONE Tiirner J Office at 410 13th at kJ. _ The Ctnli of' Economy, and the Saac rf Security, go with.'Danloj'. Bicycle Tires. The record from 1894 would tlfflolt prOTQtIltj 'the ulci of all Cmdl) prow thty beyond crilTclira. Certainly compiriion or Inilitlon. Dunlop Tire Rubber Goods Co., Limited Head TORONTO. Bnhchft in leading TRACTJON TREAD PRAYING Of AllKinrls; lcc C. P. R., Freight '8hidi PHONES'...' Office 1163 lleiiiiu's Auto Livery 24 r- Phone 1312 .Hotat .AUTO'IJryERY We thncw the' country thor oughly. We have had the .expiirltncr l> for.' TRY us.-. V- Phone 1206 The Hudion Airte liftr? A bis Sis Cylinder. T-pa'Bsen'cer car. One.of Ibc befit Bud moil comforlablo cars ID cilfio ride In. COUNTRY TRIPS Residence Phone 12Ct-rCalli r' Day. or; My Phone, Pilfee Co'nffcllon. erv 6M. "Meet us at the ;