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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. APRIL 12,191� Creative Canadian Literature AHheagb tkere �n no books mora sought after by collectors of other baa ni formed. The list was confined almost exclusively to fiction and poetry, as th* intention waa to emphasize the creative character of Canadian literary expreaeion. Several books which otherwise would hare beefl included, such aa Jerry 8ar "In the Wake of the Eighteen Twe] vers" and Edith Eaton's '' Mr�. Hpriag Fragrance," could aot be obtained, as ther are out of print As a gnide to those who are interested ia the growth of an original Canadian literature, Iiard 8aaufrfen�ssy *s liat shoald prove of great interest. Here it ia:- Awfcor. Title. B�0, Capt.........................."Cnwria in War Paint." Blake, W. H........................"Brown Waters." Brewett, Jeaa ......................." The Cornflower." Carman. Bliss........................"Pipes of Pan." Caauek, Jaaey......................."Seeds of Pine." Caaoek, Jaaey......................."Open Trails." Connor, Ralph......................."Black Book." Connor, Ralph......................."Man front Glengarry." t Connor, Ralph......................."The Sky Pilot." Connor, Ralph......................."Patrol of the 8un Danee Trail." Connor, Ralph......................."Glengarry Schooldays." Conner, Ralph......................."The Foreigners." Connor, Ra\ph......................."The Major." Crawford, Isabella Valantr..........."Collected Poems." * Campbell, Wilfred ......"..........."Poems," I>a�caa, Norman . .................."Dr. Luke of the Labrador." Xhrnnmoad, W. H..................."Poems." Xtaaean, Noraaa . . ................"The Cruise of the Shining Light 1*r-�, W. A........... .........."hfooswa." Jfreehette, Louis . . ................."Christmas ia French Canada." fiarwi*, J. W............ ____........" Canadian Poets." Hickman, A........................"Canadian Night*." Hkkiaaa, A,......................."Sacrifice of the Shannon." lUhbwton, Judge (Sam Stick)......."The Clockmaker." . aohasrtoa, E. Paoliae................."Flint and Feather." King, Baail.........................."The High Heart." Kirby, William.....................�."The Oolden Dog. Iaaeeek, Stephen..................."Areadiaa Adventures." . :Lcaeork, Stephen..................."Literary Lapses." sLMeack, Stephen..................."Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town.1 �Laacoefc, 8tephen..................."Literary Essays." Lasjeack, Stephen..................."Behind the Bevond." HsMt, Agaea C......................."Frostootarfc of the Wilderness." TaWpmaii, Archibald...........�.____"Poama." Law, l>r. Robert...........L........"The Grand Adventure." XogaJhaU, W. J>......................."TIs Faleo Chevalier." Lagan, J. E................------"Vaiasa." Meatgasnery, L. M.................."Anna af Green Gable*." KeCltpg, Nellie L...............Sowing Soeds ia Danny.'' JMeClnag, NoUie L...............-___"The Neat of Kin." Macbeth, Madge....................,"Boath." VMaekay, Iaebal Eoeleatoao. ............"The Heoae of Windows." A-. ".Wacsna^s^ ' ' a .---.�>..'�t�*  SVjmssi whsjttcra.f? JBae, Beaftart^..\......�>..-........^Ms^^Linjvea in Flanders Fields.' Ancient Woods.' "Chfldraa af the Wild." J., C...-.^>�..>.o^..iM Vladivostok is expected to Hussla. With Americans join- lies at the Siberian port, should qwlet the fears of tho Russians aroused by German ? ? suggestions'that a Japanese in- ? * E E ANNEXATIONISTS ARE Germany's Offensives Leads to Change of Mind in Germany NO SETTLEMENT OF THE COAL STRIKE Federal Still Idle But Other Mines Are All Working iBtMsL------ iSaUrvaa, Alan �Mtr4, V. .. Bafcert ill art ......"The Tnaer Door." ....................."The Maa at Loan Lake." W.....^.^------"Bongs of a Sonrdeugh." W.....^.v.......^i..."3gj* ^ > Chaetaeo '' W.....M...^.^^.."a|ylaaa-:4t a Bod Cross Man." 1 tf a Baaing Stone." .......... ^ Gtoiamu, AHkax:.......�-,rt^.aa�iM OMnphaO iWafJaaa, V. W......... (WaBaea, F. W..... ...v....... tWaallay, COive PhfOq*......... �'OsUootod /'Xamaly's Laaja." "Forty Toars ia Canada." ...v�^��**�"�U Mas Savarhi." *�~mM.**rA Caaadiaa Twilight." ..^."Blao Water." "The Shack LMksr." "' ....x^aVags titm '� Teuag Man's Land." . . . mM . V� .V.VWV.% "Marioa, BiHar of Ma." ��A Baaay B�s>altara.'.t M'CREADY TAKES The, announooajant waa made thla taornlasi that T. H. McCraady of the Red Cho'ss Drag and Book Co. had bought 'out Jackson and Co.'e drug store in the 3harIock block. The firm' is ' already located la itj new quartern. Mr. Jackson will remain with Mr. McCready until the end ot May.'. � Mr. McCready had been in the drag and stationery business In Letbbrldge for nine year*. Mr. Jackson has been engaged in the drug business lu the city tor 14 years, nine of which he has been in business for himself. He states that be ihas not made his plans for the future but from here he will go to St. Louts, where hit little daughter is in school. The store will be known as the Red Cross Drug and\Book Co. for some time at least !"To settlement of the Federal mine strike has been effected as yet. though Commissioner Armstrong and his assistant, F. E. Harrison, are understood to be in Calgary conferring with the district executive of District No. 18 over the trouble. One miner is at work in the mine today. Whether he is a non-union man or not the Herald could not learn. Meanwhile the other mines in the LethbWdge district are all working and more than 1500 tons daily are being shipped, much of it going as far as Winnipeg, where Lethbridge coal is finding the most ready sale ever found there. The Gait Collieries are raising about 900 tons a day as against their average winter output of 1300. But though the Lethbridge mines are working, those in tho Drumheller art not. H. Ostlund, solicitor for the miners of District No. 18, has just returned from the Drumheller field and states that all the mines are closed on account of lack of orders and that 'the men are drifting to other fields or are going to the farms. It is stated also that the Edmonton field is closed for lack of orders. The steam coal mines and the sub-bituminous mines of the Lethbridge district therefore are the only concerns in the province that are not experiencing the usual spring slackness. : London. Apr. ft.-The report, of the Irish convention says that in regard i lo the fundamental issues no ngree-; mem was visible at any time. Almost : every one of the speeches made by | the Nationalists outlined a 'form of ; home m!o far in advance of any pre-i vious claim. Finally a plan was ; brought forward on behalf of the Na-j tlonalis'.s which included the following demands: "A sovereign, independent parliament for Ireland co-equal in power and authority with the Imperial parliament. "Complete financial autonomy for Ireland, including the power of imposing tariffs and the control of excise. "The right of making commercial treaties with foreign countries. "The right to raise and maintain a military territorial force. "Repudiation of liability for national debt on the plea of over-taxation ot Ireland in the past. Although the principle of a smali annual contribution to the Imperial expenditures was admitted. "Denial of the right of the Imperial parliament to impose military service on Ireland, except with the consent of the Irish parliament. "The- Ulster detonates maintained the finance unity of the United Kingdom must be preserved." Washington, Apr. 13.-Gtirmany's ol'fenslvo tactics in Franco are strengthening the hands of. the Teutonic military and industrial annexationists and winning converts from among those formerly champions of peace by conciliation In the west. An official despatch from France yesterday says: "The Gerriian offensive has already produced a political result, which is that the partisans of peace by conciliation In the we3t, the former advocates of the resolution of the relchs-tag of July 19, change their opinion about the annexations in Belgium and France. Prof. Treolstch following permanent progressives and Centrists, has explained In the Munlcher Nach-richten, his new point of view. Ho admits that he formerly Insistently supported the thesis of peace by conciliation and he did not regret it. It was the thesis that the circumstances and reasons domanded, but now tho situation is dilferent. According to him, Germany finds herself In the presence of an enomy who will listen to nothing, who persists: In threatening, T/hlch necessitates an increasing ancrlflce by Germany. "There was therefore, no quostlon, tho professor saxs, either of moderation, justice or right. Injustice must be met with injustice, fury \vlth fury and consequently at tho presont moment tho legitimacy of the principle of military security, of 'Indemnities and of annexations must he admit- ted. The question of Belgium, tho case of Belfast and of Brley ha've taken a new direction. ' "Tho proof of .the same state of mind can bo found in the manifestations to which the'dlscussion of a law on tho colonization of Kastern Prussia and Posnania has given rise in the houBo of lbrds in Prussia. The attitude of tho Vossische Zcitung is not entirely devoted to showing tlie necessity for Germany of tho annexation of Brley.", PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN FOR . Donald McDonald, former chief in-: spector who has been acting deputy j nriniater ot same and fisheries at the j parliament buildings since the death j of Alt Sheriff, has been permanently appointed to ttat position. The new � superintendent to succeed Mr. Mc OonaM ia George H. Rapeay of Port Arthar. - Saturday -Grocery Specials We lure secured a quantity of Gold Com Potatoes, far cooking and just what yon want for seed, "i they last, perl 60 lbs.____.........$2.30 McKerutio and Ferry'a Packet eerfa .......... 6c, 10c, 18c Outeti Beta, per pkt ,......90c P.rHiUx'Cfos. per dot......40c fthiiitarh, 2 lb*, for .. .....25c Banana*, per lb. .......... 10c HydroMl, fine for putting down per pkt......... 25c W* ALLOW A DISCOUNT OF V SOUGHT FOB CASH Carrot*, S *bs. for ........ 26c Good Bulk Tea, per lb. ... 45c Good Bulk Coffee, per lb. .. 40c Lenox 8oap, 4 bars ...... 25c Royal Crown, per carton ... 30c Old Dutch Cleanser, per tin 10c Boh Ami, per cake or tin, ea. 15c Baking Powder, 16 oz. tin, 20c FOUR PER CENT. ON GOODS AND TAKEN AWaV 'S PHONBJIiS , b91 ninth avenue 8. EXPLAIN BOND SALE (Special to the JTeraldJ Edmonton, April 11.-The sale of the provincial bond issue of $1,500,000 i last August to the Dominion.Seeuri ties Company was again before the j Public Accounts Committee ' of- the legislature Thursday morning "when W. V. Newgon, deputy provincial treasurer was under examination by. Jas. Weir, the member for N'anton and A. P. Ewfng, West Edmonton; both of whom directed their inquiries- with a view to ascertaining if an offer had been received from any other .financial corporation. With respect to this particular sale Mr. Newsoro informed the committee that the average margin on the transaction left little money to the bond houses out of which to pay their expenses. The average- margin 2.68 was the lowest on any such sale except on two other occasions, when it was 2.06 and 2.59. J Mr. Newson told Mr. Weir that no tenders had' been asked as the condition of the market was not considered good for that. The deputy provincial treasurer stated that he had field men from the various bond houses frequently, calling with him and enquiring about the sale of tbonds. But no definite offer had been made for this lot. Mr. Weir-Suppose any of these men made you an offer two- points higher saving the province - $32,000, and it bad been verified by letter do you think it would have been accepted? Mr. Newson-T think it would. Hon. C. R. Mitchell-But nobody came along and made such a magna-monious off*)r as that? ' r . Mr. Newson-No. Mr. Weir-Do you think you would have got one if you had asked for tenders? Mr. Newson-I do not think so, nor do i think any province in Canaua, nor even the Dominion Itself at that time could have got. a better offer. Mr. Newson added that there was nothing to prevent anyone writing and making an offer. In answer to Mr. Ewing the witnesB Haiti that Mr. McGeorge, ah Edmonton insurance man had made enquiries about the sale.. FOREMOST m Our Own Correspondent) Foremost,- April $.-We regret ' to have to announce, the dea,th, In Lethbridge. of Mrs. Percy Wiltse, wife of one of our leading business men. She leaves her husband and two children to mourn her sad loss. The deceased was a lady widely known and had a host of friends. Her family and alsp>. thit. of Mr. Wiltse Were among the oldest settlers in this south country. . ... .,....... Mr. Ben Bexg-or ha* returned from California. He had a'-great' trip;: but says be Is glad to get back to �uiiny Alberta. ' y., ' Foremost Is evidently >�o!ag to io its "bit" in the fSbjitfeorisemtioTi line. Plowing for gardens is becoming general. The train .to Manyberries is running again. The C.P.R. crew have lost no time in getting the 'Injured track in shape once more. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Green on the birth of a baby boy. Crop Report Some seeding has been done this week. Preparations are going on apace. Next week will see great headway made in ' actual seeding. Warm winds have been blowjng this week. The prairie grass is getting green. In Five Minutes! No Dyspepsia, Heartburn or Any Stomach Misery. Sour, gassy, upset stomach, indigestion, heartburn," dyspepsia; when the food you eat ferments into gases and stubborn lumps; your bead aches and you feel sick and miserable, that's when you realize the magic in PapeV Diapcpsin. It makes all stomach misery vanish in five minutes. If your stomach Is in a continuous revolt-if you can't get it regulated, please, for your sake, try Pape's Dia-pepsin. It's so neealess to, have a bad stomach-make your next meal a favorite food meal, then take a little Diapepsln. There will not be any distress-eat without .fear. It's because Pape's Diapepsln "really does" regulate weak, out-of-order stomachs thar) gives It its millions of sales anitually. Get a large fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsln from any drug store. It is the Quickest, surest stomach relief and cure known. It acts almost like magfc -it is a scientific, harmless and pleasant stomach, preparation which truly belongs in every home.-Advert. MEAT PRICES REDUCED To enable us to make a reduction in our present prices, we have 3ecided to discontinue our delivery service. This v^ill mean a considerable saving in bur expenses which we purpose sharing with those of our customers who carry away their purchases; ' OUR MOTTO "SMALL PROFITS AND QUICK RETURNS" Special Prices on Pork Tomorrow Loin of Pork, trimmed, per lb.............32c "Shoulder Roast, per lb..................30c Leg Roast, any size, per lb................ 32c Whole Legs, per lb.................. 30c Side Pork, per 1ft. .....................25c Pork Heads, per lb.......... ........12%c Pure Pork SAUSAGE, per lb............ 30c Pork and Beef SAUSAGE, per lb...... ____25c 2 lbs. for .... ......................45c FRESH EGGS, per dozen.................40c CREAMERY BUTTER, per lb. ....... 55c We also have a good selection of home killed Veal and Beef at moderate prices. % WE HAVE DISCONTINUED DELIVERY Westminster Meat Market 310 THIRTEENTH STREET N. A LIFETIME PIANO YOU WILL SPREAD THE COST OF A MASON & RISCH PIANO OVER THE MANY YEARS OF A LIFETIME-BECAUSE THAT'S THE KIND OF A PIANO IT IS-A LIFETIME PIANO. Pianos, Victrolas, Records, Player-Rolls 'thcWmc of the victroi* every style-every price ^0 uno thousands of records for you to select /rom ]fe on Ip i�i#cri - balmoral block, 5th st. s. leth'bridge Sheet Music, Strings^ - Repairs, . Musical Merchandise ..Joseph .Mayo, horn in Langley, B.C., over a: hundred years ago, passed away March 1st at North Vancouver. His father was a Hawaiian. Attention! We feel the importance of again calling your attention to tri� 200 samples of Imported Woollens we are showing. It will soon be very hard to get such goods as these. You will be glad if you order an extra suit while you are sure of the materials. We make up these goods in Custom-made Garments for Men and Women THE TAILOR 608 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH 94 080266 ;