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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR Blbcctn -CAILV AND WEEKLY Subicrlptlon dellTerrt. per delivered, ty- mill, per year by mall, year by mill, lo TELEPHONES Business Otfies........... Edllorlil OBca 1 W. A. Euchimn 'present Msn.jlns Torrance, ..Business no s Till but U not likely to iniemu saylhlns tef toll DuV It ibouUln'l bo (a rod IB lor RMl'jrMr. loo. >fir (Nui now I.elhbiUito should. suniracr fulr la sljhl. This district Is not dolus jfca rishl tnlns bsr Us timers It ornvrtuolty ot hoMtnc stocV and sKd fairs is passed over tti IBIS.' The education of our rurui- deraindi II. They are 'Joins bel- ter firming loJiy llun Ihty evor Let iho whole community havo IhV bottsfll ol cirh firuler's Bui Ihere Trill be no latra In ISIS unless .the. pqwBrs that-be slirl rl HOT lo arrangements. Tnpro Is lilllo likelihood (hit Ibe lulr build- PASSING THEBUSYMAN Ctates ot HBlry Of sobJcrlptlojlt iK ptar dc'lr on address label- ance o( papers after sipirellon dale li liar authority to continue Ihi lubicrlp- Uon.. Vour Klni and Country need you ______ THE PROGRESS OP-THE WAR Jnys onv eiteot In the near future for military -pur. poses. Lei t us out where wo slanii Yy'asYlus Ino mllltlB Jepart- tnent what It Intends dolnc nutting the buildings back lu Ihe some alato as they were tafcen over. That will be s slart. Unlll this In- formation Is secured no plans can be laid ids-arils (ho holding of fairs dur- ing; tha coming year. V A new offensive has been opcr.ed by the British forces on Ihe moro north- cm end of their tronl in France; and It Is beJng i-artied forward with signal fuccess. The neTT drlvo IE on a wide front from Arraa to Is eim- ed evidently'at lhal section-ot the Hindjnbarg llne'frop LI1I6 lo Cim- brai. Suddenly and wilt scarcely any jimlous Intimation of their Intention, tho Drllish aided th'o Canadians, hive begun a on Ihla reclion ol Iho front, and have been able lo penetralVlhe- new German d fence lines si several Important v In contrast' recent wlilcn drove Ihe Germans from Ba peumo (vqd a huge number of prisoners are .now. by the British.. It ii.1nllini.Ud, that ovi 5500 havc'been taken In- one figbtins. The great batilo-'fs'Tjein! continued, large nujnbers of men are being engaged and' It is said that tho 'casualties axe very heavy. The declaration'ot war bv United BtaUs on Germany has qulcbly_ followed with a severance of relations between r acting iiniier preV Euro from Berlin. The smaller raputv lies of Cuba and Pa.nama'bav'o follow; i ed the Example of lie Stales, ind Bra- lil is eipecled to do so Ehdrlly. KA1SER WILHELM TAKES A TUMBLE. Kaiser Wilhelm has read the hand- writing on the wall. The downfall of Ihe ruling'house of Russia has con- vinced 'him'.lhat ha had belter com- mence, mending his own foundations I( he would' prevent his own house [rorii tninbllnB about his ing Ihei' Hohenzollcrn dynasty with U. Thera. hare been Internal rumblings from Germany that the common people aro far from satisfied lhat the war parly sh'all have ail Ihe voice In the government of Ihe country while the rcais of the people pour out their lif'ehlowl In a struggle, to; make Ger. many Ihe' autocrat of the Elniggle-which they, are beginning to realize only-too-surely will be de- "iVfture llsef ,of his chancelto At lha iiitua ol i ftub his bwn ctsnBCd. lo loo caster club. John (or nuny 1na tor usslstant general of the Dank of Toronto, Is dead. thlrj eon born I'utney. lo Iho widow of Col. Sam Becked, ol Toronto, list'mouth. A portion ot 'iho Toronto Golf club (rounds will be used for, (hot raising of vegetables. Capt- Harold PlTke, belonjlni; to Hamilton, received his Military Cross tnm llu King at UucVInshaal palace. Ho waa twice wounded In leading a party lo Ihe enemy's support Itae. Tue Brit of'lho season's raaplo syrup has beeu. offered for salo in tho Bay of Quinle district, and sells for 55c n quart, which' Is a bis ad- vanca over last The death In Auiiirnialc. Boston, of Hie KOT. Robert'Chambers, form- erly of Oiford county, nnJ for.many years a mUslonary, lo Erienim, Tur- key, Is announced. A cnolcjram was received by J. C. Tha'dYls oniclils pt SI. have ill been (ranted taltry of Iroiu 1104 Jolm IS months old. (a) I ..ilo buticl ot water at Kit noils In UriiitforU ami vfas drovntJ.. Melville Kills, well known on. (lie musical comedy nntl varlcly llsso of the. UnlleJ Slatoir, desil 61'lypliold fever. Sir Henry Newell Hale, head of Iho wholesale grocery nrm of 11. N, Halo Eons, limited, ami chnlrnmn. of Iho Ottawa Improvement couiuiltfliiu, died at Ottawa. On order-ln-councll has been eilendlng for six monlhs, from 'April 1 to Sept. I. tho order prohibiting entry Into Drlllsh Columbia of labor- ers aud sillied artisans. i i Nino senatorial vacancies aro'tb le toon alter parliament-getB under way. There are three in Ontario, two In Quebec, one In Manlloba, and Iwo In British Columbia. J_. 'I! N.Y, Artll fit I'.vJiy lu the ol a Too window (riMti Mo iwiu, IU li lu bol vlili KtrUt l.'tfa Qutmullui) lo Ihit.ltie MII tlrivOy TUB IWr. J. WIIJi, llerklwfr, ibvllluleU tar tho lu IDF III" rtnc tun brMVt tliA klst at llio close ol ilia ceix'tupuy. Tho mlnfilrr lud lo tlioui I'Jrt nuvu i-o 11 HAIJ; 110 H.P. Case Sleim Engine, I7S Ibi. Ooltcr Preliure, AM goiri and fhtlngf flrit class. and lernn Tnli li i imp, lock Into 09-6 MART, McMAHON Ltlhbrldje, Alia. A fourth action for tor WOOL H Al'lll III hcU III t-lly m j tWl itUknulicluicn Mi InO ___ uf.loiue lur ihu IhO VllCd >wl >l4 wwl iiUniilnUiirrii fur lull- Ill nili woolmcn lu 111 ito ttioiU llio'Uunio fur Hie lu tin.', CARPETTS CLEANED AliJ (0 lOOk U MW. Mr will clou Uirin uii your (Ivor. Wiu, IIAYT1W 1101 Phorn 1119 frit that ho snail-bring In elecloral re forme "lo aislst In obtaining tho ful fillmenl "of 'the demands of the hou bv ot the rlgh splril shape our po- lilical life In order to make, room fo the free and Joyful co-operalion Bli the membcra. of- our. The world knows ihat.the Kaiser L noVacluaie'd by humanitarian motives In Inls'sSep'.ni'.ls'b'cfrjateii'b'y.a sel- nsh desire to save his own neck, ,'lf the German ncople arc blinded by Uis sno1 XorsworlUy, Ingersoll, Informing him ot lha death of another" of his sons, leul. A. J. Fred Norsworthy. adjutant f a Montreal Highland battalion. Major A. B. Van Slraubcnile. Itoyal [eld Artillery-, ot a well known Cana- tnTl soldier finally. Is wounded. Ho eceived a In Septem- er. A n-year-old'boy.who attacked an girl at London, was given 5 lasbes at London, despite' an on- eavor by sympathetic persons to havo Ihe minister of Justice Intorfere, Sir Charles Johnson, ei-Lord" Mayor ot London, Eng., end well known In Canada..was .presented with bis por- Irall bV" Iho City ot London Guard In acknowledgment of bis senlco In the creation of that regimenl. Tbelr and Duchess of Devonshire, will .pay an alleged libel was broushl by Control lor Vlllencuve, of Montreal, against Mayor Martin, bringing Iho tola! amount claimed to A new sower syalem- lo proilmately J154.000 was tho fcnla- Ive recommendation of Willis CMp'- man. of Toronto, .who hns beeir In- conditions In Wogdstock: On a charge of having; forgeil cbedues In connection with the Patriotic fund, Mrs. Trice and.Pte.- Barker were committed for. Irial by lUBlslrata Campb'ell, of St.'Cath- arines. King George Is lo Inslltuto a new order, the Dally Chronicle's parliamen- tary correspondent understands, Order ot lha British avail- able for women as well as for'men. It will be akin to the' French Legion of Honor. very few" Ross rifles aro slill scattered through the Canadian forces have been ordered to be turned In, FARM Auction Sale LABOR THE EMPIRE .Tnitb, the London periodical, Ihls week refers to 'Ihe cool eSrootery of newest Imperialists, wnlch al- '.'.ia'o'st lakes one's breath This Is relative to'the proposal to give up the West Indies for Incorporation In "a FedaraV union with 'Canadai anil :-iNsiTrtoiuidland.; It would mean, says Canadian manufaclurers .would Bo .protected British compel! lion In. .the'.-.West-Indies as they in be "a1 dls- sdvanlaEB to the Mother Country, but her apparently deemed .'of Tin "acconht "whatever nowadays. This job of making over the Empire Isn't'going lo be easy Ealllng. 'There will be'prpiesls ol Ihis kind from the beginning.': How would It generosity towards tliej-'arfe' Ukely lo nght tho harder End prolong the war. But it Ihey are wise enough lo see through the thin Veil .their .emperor In. his effort: to prevent a.spread of ih'e 'jnto _ his _owri domain, Uiey'wiil slriiejont for. them- Eelves" and demand responsible gov- e'rnmenl sense, and a Uml! ing .of of Iheir. monarcli. If'the .people are encouragen, by the Kaiser'a" sn'o'w of weakening and go to'.this is'hope..lhal the war will ''end many .months before it .olhe'rwisa might.--. 'the KalVer's latest anilely for the. welfare subjecls.is a blutf, pure and simple. Will tho inass of iiic'psoplQ see It that way? official visit lo Kingston from May 25 lo 27. HIS excellency' will receive Iho -honorary .degree. .at Queen's university, where a special convocation will bo .held.-.: A.valuation of the-contents.of the Ross Rifle factory at Quebec, which Ihe government Is expropriating, -is being made by -experts'- supplied by Ihe Canadian Appraisal company, nnd an accountant representing Ine mll- ila departmenl. 'The'c.P.R. Is appekllng'agalnst the ruling in the admiralty court: Ibal claims for loss of life In the Storslad Empress of Ireland collision.-..have though it Is understood snipers will be allowed to retain tbe Ross, whlcn especially adapled lo this purpose, As an Easter 'gift, Armour Co., announced a bonus' of J500.000 lo be distributed salaried em, ployees receiving }l.SOt> or less. The emounl that each employee .will' rc: cclvc Is eciulvalenl to Sve per cent ot his year's benendarles Include workers In Ihe general offices In Chicago and in, Ihe 400 branch.of tlces throughout CZAR NOT" VERV'RICH I'elrograd, April-. fitoff, appointed by the provislona priority over damage claims lo lake charge' of jhe C.P.H. claims {2.600.000. In all, tbere Is J175.CCO to distribute. James A. Fanning, a nrominenl commission merchant and an official Empire, Ve-vmay'.lan'i Ii'the biggest Av'nllfatlon .plant could ba -nicely tested; Ihls 'week. L. L. Hartman, provincial overnment agent (Dept. of An- lcuiture) for the distribution of irHi la'bor' In the Lelhbrldge )Iitrlct has taken offices In the Board of Trade building, Leth- bridge. Office Parmci's Rcqnii'liiK llclj) Should get In touch with Mr Hartman at once and Farmers should state wages and class of men required. Farm Laborers Requiring work will ba directed If they will call at the office. Prospective iloincseckcrs Will.also receive Information r gardlng available homesteads I the'province and be suppde with maps, literature, r'atea, etc by1 Mr. Harlmari- 24 Hour Cgpiblo Drlvtri Phone Dallii Hotel OK WEOIIES'DKY, UPRll lltli riircc miles N. ol' !0 head-of liorses; 60 head catllo, und ull farm luochlii- ry as followa: t mares from 3 to years', weighing up lo 1100 4 geldings, from 3 to S weighing up lo 1100 Ib3.; 2 ucaiTof anil 3 yeora old colts. head ol cows. Bonid..tresli niiil somo lo calf yearlings; 2 3-year old bald faced Hereford Hull. FARM IMPLEMENTS 2 2 seed drills, 2 illso sulky plow; 1 eels ol drag h'arrowB; 2 binders; 2 mowing machines; 1 rake; 1 s'leaiir. wagons; 3 sets of also-a num- ber of miscellaneous articles. .TERMS CASH LUNCH.AT NOON GEO. A. HACKING Owner W.L. WILSON Farm Sale and Live Slock. Auctioneer The HutJtM Aoto Lim? A Bis cur. Quo of Iho Icsl "ml comfortaWo ciirs lu city to rlJo In. COUNTRY PREFERRED Reildence Day or Night. Phone, Palace Cgnttctlon- try 668. "Meet ui al (lie Palaci." BOULTON'S Ltthbrldge, Alberta We know the .country thor- oughly. We have had the cxperlinct, li paid for. TRY ThonelSOiS Lethbrldae Head Office; v; Phone Dominion Block. 23Vind 1028 DRAYING Of, All Kihfls WesternTransferCo, Limited P. R. Freight Shedi PHONES' :1163 Blabki 1064 .How Day? Wtial are" ouVolng'to do about It? II break even a German's heart.lo have'to alok the Ion Cropped dead while dancing'wllb a friend In the William Penn hotel ball- room at Pittsburg. Tnasmucb as chaplains: are nc longer'allowed to accompany, baltfll- ions overseas, Cflpl., the Rev: S. E MeKegiipy, Anglican cbaplaln o( lli'e 21Etb BaLULlon.atjBrantEord. has re- TeTleil lo the rtnk'nl private in order to serve at the front. Fifty-six returned soldiers, under the direction of the War .Veterans' as- sociation, -oC -Manitoba, will -foroi a colony ol their own at Whileirioulrj, [n that province. -They have obtained a whole, municipality and Jiaye com; plctcd tho necessary, arrangements for "Ihe ei-czar and his family has applied to-cover Im mediate'expenses. ,11 appears tha Sficholas' II.: owns', not mo.re. than in cash and securities; III wife's fortune amounls to Young-Aleils is much, wealthier, 'as his allowance has teen accumulallng. He possesses about .'The fortunes of his sisters are estimated as Olgo, Marie, Anastasla, OF COMMERCE BANK Graff .charges -'had something' .lo1 do trilb-fo'rcing Xirem'Ur Haghes ot Aus trails hold "a 'general Aa'Aus'lr'aUan "cable dispatch, sara li the' Ecnaie; Mr. WaUon Ve- counted a' Messrs1. IlqEhea; Herce "orifi he premier asked him government or resign, nnd.promising him another post ifthft should "adnrit the latter course. Mrv leader-ol! the'Labor'party itnce Labor Hon. Ur. II Hifghes, demanded a royal commls sion o( inquiry into the corruption charees; but lives derealed parly'3 dc mand by. lo 13." Premier Hughes and his.associate were, therefore, not to be allowed lo go as representaiiveg of Australia to any IrnpcriQl conference' In Greal'Grit- till lliey had received the vcrdicl of public optiilon In the Common- wealth- OlUwa Citizen remarks In thia connection that Ihe political mindariiia wLo control tbls Domiri- ibn'a desUny arc not ao Eensltlrc. or public opinion 15 more lenient. The guilt attached lo Mr. Rogers, by Inc ot Justice Gait of the Sup- Court'of Manitoba, did not deter Sir K6oert Borden trom; lading his Tammany easedate with him on_an Imperial trip. Bryan wants to clamber atpard.. the .band wagon What's he going to do with the dove of peace? "Wonder It would bear the wheat market If everybody were to sow his back yard to. wheat. At per, It raisin be "a good inveslmenl. "With- J'anama- Cnba likely to come Inlo the war against the British navy will he l-ases which will bo a great help In running down com- merce raiders.-- drive has extended north of ATias on the west front.- Prelly soon the Hun will-he going hack all along the line.from Switzerland lo Lhc chan. s'lraleglc retirement scema to be gelflng out 'of control. housing .'the men. Dr. P, B. Bennett, president ot St.' Thomas .Horticultural society. Is con- fined to his house with a broken nose and Bother Injuries as a result- or an encounter with AJderman C. A. Ham- mond, who, It la alleged, attacked the doctor at a meeting of the finance committee. A" female Inspector arrived In Sarnla unsuspected, and "crowds of shoppers returning: from Port Huron were forced, to submit to search at her hands. It Is stated that the coffers of the cusloma department were considerably enriched as ft re- sulL........ t j An overture calling upon the Pres bylerlan general asaemMy lo take steps to avert division In the church by leaving the .dale of the coosuma- tlon undertermlned, was presented to SfR EDMUND WALKER. CV.O., D.C.L, Preid-n4 H V. F.' JONES, AJJ'I Cen'L Muujo JOHN BROWN, Sup'L of Ceryrd Brioche! UP, T FUND. OF ALt KINDS COAL C; A. J.Blackburne Go. Avenue S. I'- INSURANCE REAL ESTATE All Ihose haying houses for arc requested to list them with us as we have buyers. PHONEjIOM. "WHY THE DELAY ABOUT THE FAJP.7 has teen a lol of talk this jlpring about holding a fair tbls year jMt far It has resulted In nothing the Toronto, presbytery, but action was deferred. Turner Wltchell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th Bt EACH DOLLAk NON-ESSENTIALS THE EMPHIE'S GREAt CAUSE. Place your surplus earnings in oar Savings De- partment where they will earn 'interest at the rate pi 3% per annum. Lethbridge Branch-- R. T. Brymner, Mgr, lELECTklCAL, AND ALL KINDS. JRICAL WORK. i AV.L. Mckchzlc Co. PHONE 837 ,718'lri Aye. S. The clly commissioners will have a ol ,16 answer :lor If ihoy brook any unnecessary delay in Ihe conslnicllon of'.lie fiHrallon planL It hiusl be ready lor iiral spring or there will good, grounds for a riot. The opposition wasn't, really serious It .wanlcd the government lo ei aside tha wild lands ta'i lor rural ho-pUal purposes. It was a cute po- Illlcal move, Intended "for rural con sumpllori. Mr. Dordcn keeps his .'promisea of 1911 a'n'd hands bvef the natural resources, there will be plenly of money for rural hospflals Icr all concerned. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF- Repairs for all Makes of Engines GEARS, ROCKER GATES, We arc well equipped wilh-up to dale machinery and have the expert workmen to 'do high grade work on all kinds of re- pairs to gas or steam engines. Get your engjne overhauled and put In Qcod shape early. We repair all kinds of machin- ery. Our deep well, pump It built tor conditions In'AlberU. See IL G. KISCHEL te of The .Lelhbridge Iron Notice to Farmers! We BiippHcd you help in the fall of 18115 and several years be- fore. WE HAVE 'MADE i SIMILAR ARRANGEMENTS TO MEET YOUR DEMAND THIS YEAR FROM OUR LETHBRIDGE i CALGARY OFFICES. Send in ypiir .orders now. We have men. PHO'NE YOUR ORDERS, 1412" LETHBRIDGE, M44S5, CALGARY. J. Harris Co. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS LETHBRIDGE 82-6 TRACTOR Arc your engines in sliapc ifoi1 siting work! WE ARE WELL'EQUIPPED TO HANDLE'ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS: HIGH GRADE WORK ATA REASONABLE'PR'ICE is OUR MOTTO WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION OUR PRICES'AHE RIGHT NIVEN BROS. ZIS FIRST AVE. S. PHONE 1732 Are yon satisfied with your sup- IF NOT, PHONE COX'S DAIRY Phone 93-6 AVERY TRACTORS Possess A VER Y QUALITY ALL EXPERIENCED THRESHERMEN AND'PLOWMEN RECOG- NIZE "AVERY" SUPERIORITY IN CONSTRUCTION AND PER. There Is a. lite Traelor lo farm. Avery OH Tractors are. double'carburetor and they burn Kerosene p'rficlly. Avery Oil Traclort lens, lo lo run. Prices and terms are riahl. Lei ill" give you.'details. Tracton demonstrated every day at our Warehouse. McMAHON MACHINE Co. LETKBRIDCE, AUBEBTA 'i FQR Fully modern- 6th Aye. A., S. Six roomi and bath, full 'concrete condition. A for caih or would coniiifcr APPLY: CONYBEARE, McARTHUR 4 DAVIDSON T 92.0 Wan CAR t-OTS OR LESS Must be ftdod alzed, sound whit, slock." Phone 732 or elll Snimders Hay and Grain Co. 1221 4nd f ;