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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta IHK, U. sj.i Bfocvta I Uitlri tleirvfi-M. tr piiiii Weekly, by malt, ly, by niall, rer )'f" IB U tsu It U w Hwald tho here iiau out "I tenilTLjn i! la- Ciniila Mil bo ut the ni lot Une.t lucffsblo PASSING i! lj.f. AS A. (irtjr. loiwoty vl PuJlnr.'! ......j'J.ii jif.'i'Editorial W- 'John Torrance. Bi isst 1111 usiness M of elplry of scbtcrlptloaj ff- pear on Accfpl- f' of papers after Jst among.ttie Russian ha :lues m'jindlanipolls-! plans for In am fVaVinoc'nf Ihfi ffl j..That .the_ Genrians will oe-Jprced. r: bai-'k upon Dpual.hp'yv is; i, to ci-'. how long'theyvfill be able_lo hold ant onThis new line, before ihey1 ed lo retire still further" back lo'-LllIe While- Ihe mats THE THEM AN OR WOMAN WHO and biiys a War Scciir.tyj or helps to do so, is tfiv.tjg nioef .yjiftl; help to the Empire in Itai cWfifsi'' V, Open a Scvlajt'e) account at soy branch o( thk Rink. Lethbridge Branch-- R. f; Brymner, Mgr, V Vacuum (giulluro tnd IIM lllll Mvory! Hour li'Vlci Phont 1312 Oallit E3TA1UMIEU UTX STANDARD BANK .OF CANADA Sutemcnt o( ARtln, Condenstd Irom Government f list Jinuiry; 1917. RE SOURCES CiA on Dut b, Bull Colt, ud OKe; Hcciili Lout eo Oil "J S Dile Tine Leui ind iiti- Colt. 1.656.95671 _.., _____ Ills'father, Capt- Joh'uslob, died iuonlhs ago. Snyder, daughter of Major formerly of Calgary, now i.n .England, is .driy- Ing the motor, ambulance donated by the Calgary L Red Cross: The death" occurred, in Pasadena. and Valenciennes ou the French fron- WATER AN IMPORTANT ,ft. Arrangement! -KJi by'the LeihbridL _ ,v. t.r_ a conference on.'weu water supplies io be held here some lime Jn .June. .The conference" will discuss plher mailers 'pertaining to water in rural, and city -communities. "ThiV'is 'first conference oMLs liIri'cr'Bver held in Southern Alberta', wholehearted, pr' port ,bf everybody, u -'Albe'rti -Is lo '.livestock- district It" should become' water supplies must be provided. .Tlie "'telhhKdge Board" 6'rTtade has "noble work already In bringing this id pi '1SEah.ciesfTtp''seVio wbr.k' on albroaner ;plan'and'-get some real action. -OWQ oufrbesL'-afforts lo _ -who are'.biiilding On'-'the iivestojf in1- Ihe" Russian people may have lacked he'advantage of public school cduca- .to lisve escaped ij} dj'jWdvaitaB'e oV be'i'nf; herde_d into to :bec6ins5 yiJPin.ed facfbry slaves. Co'nsequently s .Tlio .Sasialcjbn., trades and. labt council, 'iiamcs of .Ihrco.ca dldates unilpr, cousiderallon for, nr vlnelal iioinliilHi.ons ,for, the clly.aca Ex-AM.. II. J- Daillle, defeated .can dale for mayor .list year; J. D. lace. 'Secretary (or "the trades and bor couucll.cand Kridy, %1'1 Frederic. L.. Uolque, Montreal; has-been elected a director of Pacific Railway Co, succecdihgilbo-lale.Hon- Ilobcrt Mn'e- kay. Senator Belciuo Is tha; second French-Canadian (o be elected- to the board of the'Canadian Pacinc. railway. The .lale. Senator H. J. Forget was "U Is" alleged thai Ihe Prince Ed-i ward Islau'd, government lias failed to] eland between Iho people tlie i of tho foi Indus-1 try. whcircpmp'anies.wero allowed to at fantastically 'cnor-i BuL r'l.rJra (liccto Acitftucn UEtdtl Lcl Cop'r. 58.M5.84 DM lo BuVi Kiifcad P.jikli-UFA-' 150.000.00 nuj, fa C..I 58.M5.M IOH.V44.91 174.99 LEXHBRIDGE, C F. BLETCHER, H.n.i.r. -...1 ;t: 114 N. COALHUBST BRANCH D. CUMIE.; LIABILITIES Tmi 4.4M.BJ5.77 1.0A074.06 The Mm Auto Ifory A blf Six Cylinder car, Ono of tho UH ni'l moit comfoiioblo cart'In (he r.lly to rldo In. .COUNTRY, i PREFERRED Rcildince Phont Diy or.Nlpht, Day Phone, Palici. Ci cry "Meet ui at the Pallet." OF INTEREST TO', FARMERS AND INVESTORS Tho undersigned have Tor aaloisome .excellent farm' lands..which have como Into Ihelr hands for realization cither by Administration or Foreclosure, and which ore really .eiceljent: bar- gains .situated In nil three, prnlrle obtainable on terras lhat arc' within anyauo'BYeach'. With f2.00 ucr bushel ami nil farm products correspondingly.high and likely lo remain EO (or-au-lndcllnllely long period. Iho. Um.o.lo buy NOW. Scndjor Hsi v.-h'en''.vou will be at once Inlereatcd. You may buy.froin a quarter uctloh'to a thirty tlioiis'and acre block Ihroiith a now railway is'noiv belne built, from Winnipeg, all convenient'16 railway, market, church'and school. THE STANDAkD TRUSTS CO1MPANY 346 MAIN, WINNIPEG. MeLEOD BLOCK.-.EDMONTON to FRANCIS fjlAlL, ALBERTA LETHBRlnCE-.; lleiandra .Hotel Huto livery OVERLAND AND CHALMERS NIGHT i'hoi'ie- 717 BOULT'olVS AUTO IJVERY know-'jthe.' country thor 'oughly. .We haiie had ex'perlenir. It is paid for; riibnc 120fi send some and men of conslruc- lijVMeaaerahip.'to the Duma. Finan- cial Imperialism has tasi'.'tb'penetTate Russia In thcjpast. Citizen'In discusslns Ibis Eii'bieet.'.lhinkj that the., revolution the 'flnal'overthrow of GenBaa'i financizl-imperialisTn; .-when theibaitje.for freedom .is. won, it is possli'le'.the liberated Rtsaia will not any-.new. form_gf enslave- and debealuresJ _- il ill 'i "'J I two Krancls a Xew Zea- machine lander, 35 years Slfff, aii ei-member were killed- of Canada's military Ip'rce, pleaded guilly to four bl" UllcrlnV Sfr'Ernest! Shacklcton Iho Antarc-, forged chcqueV.and.wai sentenced to tic eiplorer .has been elecled lo Ihe, years iu'-the hono.raryJsWship. jl.uhe American I -T-.J V j-.-, MnSeJni of-SlailurauHislory, Ihe liigh: Dr Newton N retired esl" scientific honor which Ihe; Insli-' on April 1 from Ihe post liiiloh has lo bestow. .This Is in VQW iimncvTpt: rnznitlon at .his Antarctic expl >e: cxplpra' olllce Inspector for" New llninswlck I cognition of his Antarctic upl.ora- died alter Iwo" p'fteu-ftions ctforls In rescuing .the monla He was.'lorm'efly memqera of his parly. Sir parliament for' Carlejon county. comes Uie ninth honorary fellow, "of the--Amerlcaui museum. Jessee H. "Johnson '.has been .ap-l pointed United-.'Slalta consul al PC, Court proceeding llirealenetl gina. in succession i to John A. Gore. Alderman 0. A. Hammond by Dr. P. who died E. Dennelt, president ot the St-Thom In the iuise of deveiopin'g the ad a consular lu IUD euiac u ,o. ____ mnep I anyuiinlment atterin iiler of. the. country no Tflag' it may come. accord' with the spirit of the as :re- Hected Ihrough the'iemEtvos. w.- K- .MUCH. 1 -V fike.': arfa John Jlcri. of are brinj- 1 of thc.IyiSt 'and .Davidson 1 because' CalBfrr. show- and -the-latter, fioni Indiana" one' of'the lieA Sophs bulls ..could I'sALARY ifalhVrine M. Haim 'pi of E.: P- a delegate to the imh.Annual convention of the Western Oil jobbers' .Association In ot'hef--day. Is Eald.lo woman In the Inahcial-'drcles of the east, if not In Slates. As Ireasur she re MiTO-kisalary.oI, 112.000 a year, lifts [Q-niiilio'n "dollars k-year.-i -J -fifty-five employees and-in-addiUonito'-i'er duties as treas direrior. of finance and ac conntinE, Ihe fare Eerricelbf .the' firm- Mss IJaun 'IL'nlTImi'rhlnn e same thing- us th'eEe. Iwo 1 'f' cla33iTanlliQaIs Ir ES -or-t< bulld'i'uii-.Uie Canada have beon turned .on. Ih'e lij< stock development' of V gputhfrn vX -berta'jhls'sprint hij In ih'e, Is'the fair board's'oin .lo let'next sprln'E .go by fat stoClv'.'Ebow (d encouraEc theae ervice, his most recent: appointment aving been al ilala'nibras, Mexico. "An ovder was Issued'throughj.Tpr- onto railway heads that on April 29 he old passenger train schedules will force with of one hundred paasenEcr Irdins a day over the- pfeseiil; ;and, ibout SOO more men employed daily. i. Jlrs. aged daughter, ilrsI-.'-'Geo'rBe and grand dauehler, Norma Craven, ot Cedar dislrictV D.LV, worn Ihe firsl Ihree women' lo. Iheir votes. In .Newcastle" Mrs.- O'Drien-has been years, and despilev lier: g'dvpnced age is Ihe time when she' will'..cast her fir'si' vote- as llorticuliunil soc-iety, -for.daina'g'es following an allack by the alderman o'n'lhe cloclor at a mcetlns'.of the clly council committee when the.doc tor's nose was broken, have 'been averted by a selllemenl .of tho. case Alderman, llamiuoiul paying Df.'.Qen -v-.- cpde Deputy-Chief' lhal the arrests had, been WE OF Repaii'sfor all Makes v ;-p tfte TCXptrt v.-orkmen'.-lo ;dp high ''grade work kln'as to gas or sleami e'ngiAea.'. "Gel overhauled and'put'in scod shape We repair all kinda of machln-. Our pump..is built" cnndillohiMn Sre'iil. WHICH JHE.'MORE REMARKABLE-1 Journal reproduces onr filory ot the farmer who came I to Sppthern, Alberta eight .years ago, leayiAg-behlncThlm of land, the fnilts of ,20, lears.pl firpune, and who la] now the Downer j of 'an3 [nine JnSter of finance are absenllln ills? Iljlfn- Her. onUlandlng chartc- lerfsticV arc modesty and n rctlrljiE. ri-'livery young man who cntcra Our said Miss llaun. In telliiis bf'he'r experiences and success, "ex- jcQts to gel Eomewhere near the top. Jhe average girl Just wanta a loh. J not succeed In business as'a role because they, have no ambl- lion so. .Most of them wa_nl heir-business to be.a makeshifl until hove an opporlunlly of marry- "1 believe in equal suffrage socially, 'Induslrlally, commerci- ally" snd polllically, bul I do not be- Icve In: women losing their womanli- ness In'oblalnlarellher ness 'Of I Save had to make complaints that eel lain fortune tellers were profiling by the fears and were at Ihe front. well egufppcd to Handle all" High grade work rtaionable High g'r price. Is .guVmolto. We. "Guarantee Right "Acadla 'Block, Third Avenue S. T INSURANCE REAL ESTATE All those having houses for us as we have buyers. p .1 .PHONE 1084 V a'tfady .'for! youV "c'reacff We eari auppty'-'you'WIth 'canB- at fillo'vilrig'prlcea: i for'pVleeOWe art CREAM "Eeat op R ;I., .e at .'on the' jijfirlcjjt'. Eaiy to erate and -saves' you 25% to WesterhTraisferCo. m lail ihea'il on to say; This makes pleasant reading and sort.of man pno ROjng to man, out no one is KUIUG to'6'HliUJtosIllon-who'ilns' her mind upon FERENOt ;i lifinailin? "A lassl' A "Xl IlioroiiglijyVooin'incciil 'iiiake al villflmt I'm- yoii 'ilcfcr- Go'lo and II properly io Make.this company 'your, txecutar and do-not piil the burden of' IjT.the.hands gf.your.wife and family.' British: Gojy Manager and 9ecreUry ij Notice Limited -P. B.' FfilgM .Shtdl PHONES'; 10S4 OF ALL''KINDS Ib Farmers! jjfjm.scydral years lie- VVE JHAVE MADE-SIMILAR' MEEI, 'VOUR -DEHAHO THIS-YEAR -FROM LETHBRIDOE-4 CAL6AP.Y. OFFICES. Sciid in your orders -now'.---We" I "PROERS, '.'LET hBHIDOE, I'l'r .f-i J. Hams T .1 i I- to. t- iiirtman, provincial government agent (DepL of Ag- riculture) the dlstribullon.pf farm -1 abor; Jn the 'Board bridge. Tiiriier Office "at Kenneij'i 410 13th St Should geV-.j'rv Wu'ch -wl'th'Mr. Hartman'al once I .Farmers ,iUte and'clast of.men ;Fanff kiqulrlng' will be'direcle led re with rartei, etc Potaitpes n? CAR LOTS OR LESS f.lutt be alMd, siund whlU f'Mieli.'11 i anfl ;C. Grain Co. i 1221 t- ;