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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR ,v-, Hlftcrta OAJLY AND WEEKLY RatM delivered, per week Pally, delivered, per year inily, by nmll, per yew Weekly, by niall, per year H. lr. by per yeir to U.S.. lOp (SCO ..HO) TELEPHONES QOca............... FdltoriaL OEce W. A. Bi'ciianah President and Managing Director. John Torrtince, Business Manager, flutes of eiplry ot ap- pear peratlvQ Hall Insurance Company ID crisis En Us development, thus pro and Immedlilo liardshlp a great many peopla Slalo roeulatfon of tba re vccn capital aud labor la provided the Fariory Act. It Is charged b> e opposition presa that tbli bill naught too lite In the so? nd .was therefore loo hastily cousld red. But (be main cl a visas of the 111 have been publicly discussed tor lany anrt strongly >r b? Ubor Interests of-the pro la a model piece o jglslation, -which provides a 'mini mum wage to all fiiea health ul conditions under which they shal does'; mwav with child labor nd'lri other ways raises the slatu: labor tn the prorlnce. .Tho.Mnnlclpal Hospitals Act Is a rasr.step In, the right direction. An now erect an hos Itai In the'same way as echool dis- rlcls erect schools. Those who low the. which so often ccompany lacX of. medical attention n rural cOra'munltles, will know what feat posElWltllea are opened but by lie-.enactment of this -law. The lealthVp' our rural .population .-has leen made the business ot the Alberta, If 'rural ies'wllL aval) I he mg elves of the mach- inery bf.'lh'e HospUnls--Act tber will .nd Ute goyerntnent ready and wili- ng, to. do "all In their power to see bat, tie'; acl is made practical. other province In Canarlft has gone so Alberta in the direction of hos- pital: .accommodation in rural com- The act will be especially appreciated by-the 'women of the country" who.-only top often io' the last have bad to right serloas Illness 1'ltie or no medical attention the passing cf the Dower Act PA SSfNG FOR THE Mrs, Kdward Hlnko, widow ot Ilia lou. Edward Blikc.-dled al 1 -to retire After 37 ycira ot'acilvo wyrk In Hie civil ecrvlca. MM. Win., Ill-lug Ion Knor, president of the KIIOX north of Brockvllle, hauged company, at Sacramento, Cal, ouo of the best known lumbermen Jss. 11. U. UlrJ absconded lha coast, died from heart trouble nearly o( tho funds ol ____ _ Jobu tho Uspllfit church, H. Drown, douuty registrar 01 ttlLes, -aicd 37, one of tha D. Y. has been electeJ to All cltliena or Winnipeg, died vacancy Ui Ibe Gall city of pneumonia, Subscriptions to the third and otic-half of war loin totalled Philadelphia on Easier -Mem Ins 'rom more Ihsn exceeding In depth any auowtal lha past winter. II. II. Dewart, M.P.P., charged dale of lha Greater Vancouver many of trie GhArptioMore of the show IYRS fixed for Saturday Lernattonal Nickel Co., were 7, in tho ballroom at the Holt Americans in Toronto are n larsa numbers for chances to Henry WUHani Y.'ltislowt a rtaionablt 9ur mgtts. We Cuirinlee Satlifictlon 'f, y.Qur Prlcei .Are Right. v BROS. Phone .1732 Vote Is 86, to 1 In Fayor of In- stalled Soon (Fram Our Oivn. Correspondent) es'] the life Interest a-the family home or homestead, tie protection "ot the women of Alberta dvanced to a status far aheac Gal Two. F pf that enjojyed by the women of any qth'er proflnce In Canada. .It is a logical following the granting of the franchise a year ago. The "amendment' to the Liquor Acl to by the people when1 they passed it by majority. 7a-'continuance' ol the gov- ernment's', progressive railway legls- laUbb.''-llie 'creation of a provincial paJIce-''bnder a non-partizan adminis- tration'and a dozen other pisces ol the common welfare, completed a session which stands out In 'of the legislatures 'ol 'Canada. April ii: was counted lajt the vote alter the e-'ecllon, on grantlns the" electric light, franchise, il d-lseovered e OTerscas --forces, with the were protected by re-elecle4 lo their respective seals by pfoclamalion, Opposition have raaOe feeble 'aLLempls to altack Ihe soliller but have been 'unable to point to any' legislation passed hy a ConBervntive Icglslalure which de- lo be mentioned In the same The Hon.' "Bob" Rogers may not be such a. heartless wretch. alter all, and lie "may pot gUe up ail his Lime lo 'considering how elections are lo be wn'ri. A' 'cable dispatch from Ixjndlrra slates that Mr. Rogers U I IT ing to secure the release o[ Dr. Beland, a member." ot the Canadian Parhamenl a prisoner ia Gertnany ever since, war began. It is quite ikely that Dr. Beland Trill be released By this the "Calgary Naws-Telegram hopes to-proTC to the world what a good fell OPT Bob Rogers Is. It Hobcrl reallj- s to secure the release o; that there was one' lone champion ot coal oil, or at least the one Tote was against .granting the franchlae: The vote Wza SS'ior and i against, .which mates the electlou- stand out RS unique in the history of Magrnlh. in- a3-rauch as practically, all the rale payers were "of Lhe'. same opin- on_ The vote was not 'an '.expression f las payers, but the number was'' 'liitirely satisfactory, cpnsldcr- fact 'that. some- were com- mencing farming operaHons." 'Accord- ng lo'the agreement with the Crane Co., (who hare deposited a certified cheque (or JoOQ.OO in faTor n" the town, aa a guarantee ot good they will commence the in- ilaJlation of their plant and lines, wllh.inj.wo weeks from -dale of. lha election. H wlU .a 3-phasc sya- em, carrying 52.000 yolls along maJn Ines lo t4ie Irartsrormero, where it will be reduced to HO volts, deliver- ed to the cuslojner. CuEtomcrs can eilher contract 'for a flat or metre rate. Metre -rate will he IBc per tllowaL hour, with a 'discount ot 10 per cent. i( bills are paid" prior -to Lhe 10th of each month. .Flat rale will be 11.00. per month based on a SO-wait light, "with 'small lights com- ing cheaper In proportion. The town agrees lo 'tate Vqrtrrbl' light per month for street lighting; and an all night service will be maintained. With the advent of the electric Hgbts Magralh will have? taken another atep forward In assuming the aspects of a city. Hew Depot. The lown council and U. F. A- are Tho Vounp Men's Christian DEsocIa Lion in U.S.A., is prepared to offe; the services of 500 trained men ant to spend In welfare Tvori for the army and navy In, Iho war. The gilded dome of the state hriuai at Boston with 500 electric lights Visible at night for many miles, wll not he Illuminated again until the war Is over. T A syndicate of Eastern cflpllallsts I has been organized under the" tltlo of; the Alberta Rolling Hills, and has chased the plant and equipment of the former steel wprke. Col. llarlow, lately reslgried from the post of A.D.M.S., Military No. 2, has appolpt'- mcnt oversens to the Canadian 'Smith's 'Hill reservoir, Is. to be cleaned out, _the water." coninila- slbners The water'will be gradually lowered for lhat purpose: The reaarToir's total capacity Is about! gallons.-1'.-' Even-whales are beginning lo come to Prince Rupert, .n.C. In ,a harhpr dotted with numerous fishing YeEsela, steamships, scows and small boats, ex- citement was caused by the appear- ance of a huge The Merchants IJank of 'Canada made application at Ottawa to tlie railway commissioners for ;an order anDrpvinK of the sales of the'rolllng stoct, equipment, charier and other accessories of the Lake Maauan Colonization.'Cc. The Council Union Churches for Western Canada. in'convenUon'at Re- gina, has passed a resolution, declar- WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF Repairs for all Makes of Engines GEARS, ROCKER GATE3, ETC. Wo are well equipped with up lo (fate machinery and have the .expert workmen to do high gride work on all kinds of palri to gts or a learn engines. Qet your inglno overhauled put In good chipe early. We repair all kinds of machin- ery. Our deep well pump built for conditions In Alberta. Sec It. G. KISCIIEL Lesee or The Lethbrldge Iron A. J.Blackburne cadlR Block, -Third Avonuo 3. INSURANCE REAL ESTATE All hiring houses for Eslo are.rcijucslcd lo list Item wa have buyers. PHONE 1084 HOD. Dr.- Belaud, he EhoulO threaten to go qrer tft Germany and build a "up ft'new'depot few government, buildings for the...... what has been, done Germany then Alberta, where arc now aa-. ot fonrieeri soldier represenla- tvq o[ lliem repre- Ecnling the bofE In Tthahi; and respon- 10 nb coterie, ol citizens. bcrii soldlera; will .hare what ]he flghllng men of no other province a direct voice in the affairs of their.' province, and a Tolce that Is sure to be heard. The legislallpn for tho agricultural Interests of the province won tho ap- proval ol tho organizations .before and when tlie bills wero before Iho legislature compelled (ho opposi- tion-, members. -The Alberta Farm Credits Act and the "Cow Bill" nave heenf at length In The Her- ald on prevloa? occajion3r and need no InlroducLlon to the farmers of tbe Eouthr Cheaper loans on long terras Is provided. Alberta, working Cn con o.broke, and Dr. Belaud would auto- matically be released. Jnnclfon with Saskatchewan Lo Waahlngion, Apr. .thsl Sweden had entered the WET on the aide .of Ihe! central empires created great cffkisl circles here last evening. Officials were not clined to credit the report, and It w.v] discredited Ly diplomats. Sweden's sympathies hare been believed to lean toward Germany on account of her fear of Russian aggression and also In Ihe hope, It has been said, that Ger- many would assist her lo recover her long lostposscsalons on Russian shores of the Baltic, which Peter Iho Groai took from Sweden after the complete teal of Cliarles X1L 61 Sireden. with the C. P. R. offlcialg and rail- way commission, as the citizens feel .hat- the. present station Is entirely nadequate, being built IS years ago m tbe narrow-gauge line, and as It s understood that the' Cardaton branch IB one or the iesL dividend owned hy Lhe C. P. ex- '.ra. .endeavor will be made lo get them lo see Ihe necessity of erecllng that will beNttlogly rcprc- ECnL the towns through which they pass. The lambing season la' on In full swing, and In view of the. fact that lambs are worth as soon aa they are bom, an extraordinary effort will be made to preserve life arnonesll them, although sheepmen fed a con-! slderauie amount of hay during Ihe winter, the winter months were con- sidered fair by the sheepmen. Losses recorded were light, and the; sheep arc In splendid condition for lamb- ing seaEon. Mr. Douglass Fowler and Miss King of Ihe Raymond Phar- macy spcnl Easter in Magralh wllh Mr. Fowler's parents. Margaret "nrartahaw, who Is Etud.tlng music In Medicine flat, un- der Ihe tutorship of Professor Kos- Eom. also spent the Easier holidays with her [jarenls. Ing that a loral church union Is'.cap- able of solving the plans of the community than any other plan. WJlliam Sr.r who died I Cavan townshlp'at the age of D4 yearh7 was a continuous'resident ot .that town for SO years. .Ho and ther chopped the wood on Ihe fifth line going Inlo Millbropk and at that Hum deer were as numcrous'as sheep. Annourlcemcnt -waa'Miiade at New- ark, N.J.. that the "PrudenUal, Insur- ance company would p.ay. full .salaries to all employees called to" the national co I ore. U was Bald this would apply lo field men aa well as onlcc'wdrTcen all of wHom The inauguration o: airplane fire patrols In Canadian forests was. an- nounced by Ellwood prom- inent Ilmher limit owner, at Montreal aftcr: a lecture given by the aviator J. A. D. McCurdy, ..The new1, patr'o service will be tried out In the SL Maurice, valley anil flying men re- turned from the front would take jij Iho work. Horses Mules for Sale Exceptionally desirable 7 year old mare and 3 5 yeara old geld- ing, .weight No beller team) Also learn'of'4 year'old 1300 Ibs. gcldingg. Two your-Br heavy perfectly broken! mules. Hani, St. N. Avc'.U' 102-2 -Notice to Farmers! ,yve supplied you with iielp in the f nil hf 19liS; hud several years bc- fore. WE HAVE MADE SIMILAR TO MEET YOUR DEMAND THIS YEAR FROM OUR LETHBHIDGE ft CALGARY OFFICE8. Send in your orders how. We have the men. PHONE YOUR ORDERS, 1412 LETHSRIDQE, M4455, CALGARY. JJ Harris Co. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS LETHBRIDGE CALGARY S2-C FAR M L. L.' '.Harlman, provincial government agent (Dcpt. of'Ag- rlcujture) foi'.the distribution of farm labor' in ..vthe Lethbrldgt Dlatrlcl has lakcn offlcei Jn the Board of 'buflding, "Lelh-" bridge.- -j------ i billed .Houre: Farmers Help Should'gel In touch with Mr. Ha'rtma'h 'at .once and ihould state wngea and'.clasa of1 men required. ?rFann Laborers Req'jlrlng work will be directed the office. Vyill Information girding aVil'ablc homesteads In the 'prpvmcB '2nd be supplied with maps, literature, rates, etc., by M'r.'.Harlman." SR PMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. U.D.. D.C.L. HV.F. JONES, A Vacuum Cleaning The (modern1 nndV iclinlltlij inothotl- of roiDOvlDg'.illrL1 fniTn carpolB, und binglnfi, HOt 11th Itrttt'Mulh Phone 1830 tttlmitit Frit Hennn's Auto Livery 24 .Hour p Capable Driven Phone 1312 Dlllii Hotil The HuJtoa Aafqi livery A big Sli CylluJer J-ii car. Uno o[ (be beaL oud itioat comfortable cara In the 'cltV to ride In.' COUNTRV PREFERRED; Rnldcnce Phgne Cllll Day or Night. Day Phone, Palace Cgnfullorv 68i.; "Meet ut at the BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY Ltthbrldgt, Albcrti We know the country thor- ouolily. We have had the expe'rFenee. ic paid tor, TRY US. Phone 1206 King Edward's LIVERY Phone ,1016 CANADIMBANK OF Grail V. C. BROWN. SCp'iiFCSSil Weittrn Brixiit. CAPITAL PAID UP, FUND, We must do many things, but everything v that will help to win thehvar. You can help by saying. Interest U allowed on Savings Deposits and upwards ot any branch of the Bank. Lethbridge Mgr. 0 All Kinds WeisternTransfefCo. Limited'; P. H. Freight Office ......'....I-1161 BUble. PRAYING OF ALL KINM PHONEV345 Tiinier Witchell: Ortlcn at Kennedy'i 410 13th 8L LECTRICAL. LS1JP.PLIES ftND ALL KINDB OF T.ELEC. TRIOfL WORK. V -'j, I' P W.L. Co. PHONE 637 718 3rd Avo. "AVERY TRACTORS Possess AVERYQUALITY :ALL EXPERIENCED THRESHERMEN AND PLOWMEN RECOG-' NIZE "AVERY" SUPERIORITY IN CONSTRUCTION AND PER. I, FORMANCE. ThBre l5 Avtrjr Tractor lo III .'every ciz'e farm. Avtry Oil Tractors are cqulpgid wllh double carburetor and they burn Kerosene perfectly. Avery Oil Tractors colt lees to less to run. Prices and terms are right. Le'l ui dtUlli. tractors demonstrated every our.Warehouse. McMAHON MAGHliNE Co. LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA., Are you satisfied with your inilk snp- i IF NOT, PHONE COX'S DAIRY phone .IMB'-'VT 99-e Potatoes Wa n t e d CAR LOTS rriust be Biiod clzcd, found stock. or cdll al SaiiiuTcrs liny aud Grain, 1221 2nd ;