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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Eubicrlpllon 'ptili. dVllvfred, per 'ly, delivered, ytn y a, mail, par KiiMr. to otll. year lo U.S..J1.9 IS! Botlnc.-" Office IMIIorlil Office W A. Buchanan President and Managing Director. John Manor Ditei of eiplry ot stbicrlptlons pear dr'ly on address label. .auciOt papers after data continue thf lubscrl Uon. Vo'ur Kin) ind Country ncct rlEht Ai'i.iir. H fceitlitr MH'oo'lWIIlr. a fnc' wjy. .hVcouulry voleJ In thiou.' Kx-.Md. I-.'A. iJirolnle. M.P., (or St. James. Quebec, was ra-nomliisteil Liberal cdiidlilalo lu Iho neil-.elec- lion. The Bno building of Alberla collcgs South Kdmonton, will In'nil prob- ability bo taken over by I ho ROvern- menl and filled up as a convalescent homo for relumed soldiers. V Sir John Ilendrle has been notified that two trench morlnrs aiid.tvro ran- chine guns caplurwl by Ihe 20lh Dnt- tnllon will be sent as n till to On- larlo. The recent.conviction ol four Lon- don doctor's .on a chsrgo .of .violating Ihe Ontario .temperance act Is not wM r, WwoJ-n.rt.lM. I" lltnii tUo mimmoih I" PU'rthnMil ui Hale ol l.iilior Senrce r lias tlio farmer bad ihlnfsVon'itus hll M Iho lluie. A couplo of (oral hojj buyers wero oul aflcr a carload of porkora lo ship cist. Tho (inuers brouthl llielr llvo Block lo lawn on the siwclflcil any, wllh Iho underalomllnB Ilial Ilio prlco would he soiuelhlug midar He. Subsctiuont ovonls proved, howovor, lhat BOUIO ou- Inlnod os hltll ns J1U6 per as n result of keen compcllllon between Iho two buyers, each desiring to niako up n carload !or Immedlnto ehlpnieiil. The prospective purchns- prs would locnlo themselves on each Bldo ol tho farmer's waggon, and oul- fltl I liill lIuB.'wrii of tiMmi roiimEliill ll'n'iiconla to I auction, in l.ooil'iilulTi, ond otforal f '..I eantd! rcu jfuur I Will OK M.. .T jruur uri'vii mi rtjirii, thini djdiiril xlitn jou irp IM'J) to (linn dgvp, will mo you it Id Pi liuil cult, you no 1101 IHh IIM being .cceptt.1 by out protest, aud a Usl casn ap; peals Is to be mado In iho high' court. KHO.T llie deercc of D.D..uppn llev, T. chcll. of Mallavra, n veterau.Preaby- lerlan minister and the oldest .gradu- -d Chen -Chlng perfectly "al '.bomji In a ,V.V -1 V 01 U1U IBMIICl a bid each other (111 iho limit reach cd, Iho former drinking In tho pro- ceedings, as ho fell bis bonk account Increasing. This Is about Iwtce Ilio price that useil lo bo obtained for hogs, nnr] farmers (eel amply repaid for not neglecting the mortgago Uflor- br J. M. Tannor. oj.prealilcnl ol Agricultural college, anil .jperlnlendcnl ol LD.S. rcu school syslem, spenl eorno a-In'lawn Saturday. When asked ,W effect Ihe entrance ot tho United States Into the world war would have, i stated that 11 meant that It would i ''utterly Impossible for 'the Gcr- manvto allaln Iho ends-for whlcli been working, under Uio church D( 11.040 for Iho Avirn.... ploi ot Ilio Hani" amount lor the UfiH of poiaipos mown 111 nny'61 tlio-wirdi. Blailslli'o rcml showed Ihsi-, Iho church WM In a M'oiriJiilva Halo and thiil Ilio people, .worn Mtemllnj; Iliclr ilutlM bettor than'over before, especially In regards Icacliliig.-. Tho 'itork. In nioklnB Its regu- lar Iq'lhe Oonlcn Tliero was born (lurlnj tho I'ast week, lo Mr. and Mrpl'Oeorgo T. Clifton, u boy: mid B. Kurron, n girl, nnJ iir.' mid lira. T. K. Hoborls, Work has'commenced on Iho new Brain olovalor, aoii It 16 rapidly reach Ing' skyward, Ulali SALE .modern house on blh Ave, Aj. rooms and balh. full bsiemenl. A snap for ejih or would conilder lerml. CONYBEARE, CHURCH, McABTHUR- fc DAVIDSON THELCLAMPS ON LAND SPECULATION. Land speculation 'sllie future of Southern Alberla If we are lo grow' and prosper. We have our period of over-specnlallori, and the bad, resulls are sllll to be seen: President -llarnoch Very forc- ibly pointed out the other day one ;on ilhe people of In Ihe "vast tract of land between Slirims -.and'Foremost, along-tie Lethbrldge- .Veyburn line, which has been, and is by .-the :specalatorfunlil 'such time as he thinks he can unload ;it.at fancy fighres. f Those'" are lha men who are bowliyj about the (Wild Tai. V.Tq-tcir.'Uia (ruth these are the -very men 'we 'want' to near howling about', ine Wild-Lands -Tai-.-Tas virgin prairie "Of .Sonlherr Alberta Till be'thfned into'farms'am homes for of people all the 'eooner it the madi 'prohlbltlvelv.'high. ..So long as th holds thla land off the mar lltet and out cviitlvatlonj jiist s' lo'n? will that- barr'eTi stretch remaj a blight to Therspulh; jn'st so Ion I ,will It railway and other-d velopment :The LethbrUge 'Board of Trade is askiiie'-for, Uio early sfructlon of a i'ine-frob Kipp to Turin. 'But" when Uie C.P-R. points to the unsettled tract'between Stirling and -with.a railway line through the .very centre, and '1 should not be settled before the Klpp- Turin line Is built, what answer we give. "i "We want no more land speculation end its attendant evils In Eoulhen 3 Alberta. The land under cultlvalip Is producing wealth and brings pros- penly The land In Iho hands of the .speculator Is producing nothing and :ls a bar to progress-' we have said above does hot i apply'1 lo .the land man 'who made speculation'; in> large'- tracts; ftl cheaply purchased- land the basis of a colonization scheme to bring lions ands of settlers to this distrlcL The man who has done, and Is doing, the harm Is Ihe has bought th land and [i now wailing for the labor ot other 16' value.' II gooS to the to'mmunlly. 11 The progress-report on the filtra- tion plant seems lo he a weekly "nothing doing." .Arbor Day, April j2i._. and keep It by working at Henderson 52.00 mark behind; of a further stimulus to the faTme'TS to produce.. teterans of Lelh- open up Iheir club which are staled to be .tha eit' In iWeslern Canada. hoiildnTt they'be. Once more the champion bull bf the Caigarr slock show came o" the Lethbridge, district. Watch Southern lAlbe'cta' slockmen .put the south on the map. 51.000 from the company. Sir. and Mrs. Divld Shlrreff. of Brandon, were 'officially notified of tho death of Iholr son. LleiiL P. N. Shlr- reff, who'was killed In action on April 9. Lieut.: ShlrrcIT ivas in his 23id year and was a native son. A D Hall, Detroit, 61 Vears of age, arid" top :old and fat lo fight, has agreed lo pay-' nfly dollars per month lo any man wllb. depend enls. eliBible for mllilary service, Fio 111 enlist as his Ten dollar gold pieces were pre- Dented by tho Ilrantford police com mission to Sergt'. Maior J. BprtlvffiUl and SKgls.-Dair. SJewort and. Durn of the 215th.Battalion'oh the eve o their; departure. .all be.inE es-con slables. I IllOVnaVO ULCll llu.ninb, iio of Iho collcRe.-aad Cheng .Chlng righl, and that In Yl, secrelary of the China conllnua- tne would end before tlon committee. I of the present year. Ho new pulpit waldedlcaled look at the war. .but that other high up In official circles wero oroughly'Imbibed with Iho Idea .ithat''mlihl U right as Vi'ilhelin. and oric conneclions, ono being lhat I (j Wien Ihe war ueen Anno presented .the commun-1 O'vcr. inA peaco terms are being iri plates.' (o'rm'ulated. tho nlllos will not talk ii'LusIness to tiie kaiser, but to tho Gebrga Huhman. a hyphenale, H'.ng Mt bp a much moro ear l.itllo Rock, jUknnsBs, has. Dr. Tanner n nu.T Archdeacon G. C. MacKenzle a niajeslVB. royal chapel of Mohawks Ihe olnest Protestant church In Upper Canada. The church, has many-his- a Daniel P. Burke, for many years- resident o; fort jVrthur, Onl., whcr he was' Identified with the banking ear ijimo n-utAi German .flag flying over his home, and he local nillllnry commahdur will not rdcr It takcri.down without orders' rom General- Pershing. although: tho governor of tlie state gave orders ha flag be removed at_once: it up a mucn moro incnl. Dr. Tanner ;cent a'numbcr o( ycarsjn F.ur- 6tudyin-.conditions, and Is con- ed'among Iho best authorities European frequently .experiencing a LINE OF Auto Livery H Hour1 Phono I3i2 Hold The HudtM Arto Urn? ,1. big BU Crllndcr, 1-'p cur. Ono of tho and inqit comfortable, curl in to flllO 111. X'" COUNTRY PREFERRED i Rsildente' Day D.iy Phone, Pali'ce "Meet ui at (hi Pilotf." Repairs for all Makes :ojf Engines RDCKER ETC. We'are Vcll'equlpptd with up li dale machinery and have the expert workmen lo do high gradt'mrk'oii all kinds of rt- 'ialri lo engines. overhauled and" put In good shape early... .j'We Hinds of machln- "our dr.tp.W5M pump Is built ijiV Mijdl.UonV In Alberta. .See II. landers of June, "'i. hlcb! as m widow'of-LleiL-Col. WlnOW OI was killed In Action shorlly afier .the award, was made. he was menimeu A baby; was; born to railway marine bus osborrib. '-of OshkoEih, ness has -a on an cx- j train Chicago, llllwaukea! St Paill railway. was telegraphed to meet tho tram, which was held'twelve ninules at- a e. a .'.McCowan must" taking lessoni on conlraclinE: .Bob' Rogers. ness aa vorc resident ot Port Arthur. The decree was granted -bj-; Judge .Denis B. Sul- livan. ot Chicago, doldlers nnd Bailors in.-Chlcigo will be given .free transportation 'on Ihe elcvfled" and 'surface railways. The companies to the military authorities be -use.1 in burins car tickets to. 'gtve to; the srl: diers for use while cily ordinance forbids, the .grar.ling ol s, hence; the. cash arrangement. .'rB'.C.'s doljar, railway scandal and.slush' fund'deal has been irought-to' light. Itjs.fliilte evident ihaV th'e'Tplers ol Ihe coast'provlnce did not get rid of the'-Bowser putnt too'so'on.- wc was iltlle slallon until a lusty, cry from the new passenger 'notlned the con ductor thai the train could proceed. Prof n D. ilcLaurln, professor, of chemistry In the' University -of Sas- katchewan. Intends to lake, charge of the manufacture of a straw 'burner lalely invented by a man residing In the south of-Saskalcliewan. The use of straw for 'fuel antl gas making purposes for lighting has been thor recently an YOUR ENGINES EQUIP- PED FOR SPHI'NG- We are well equipped to all kinds of repairs.- High gride work a rsaiohabl. price Is.ou.r motto. Guarantee. Satisfaction..'. V Our'Prices Are Righl. 'N1VEN BROS. '216 'Flr'ii AvV..S.- ;-Phons 173Z colleges 'In conference'.at Chicago, purposes for llghllns nas oecn .nor have iLefl.a warning that the nation hlr irrigated recently, and peril of food shortage; and con- 'conclusions hme ho tnken The nrlce of Uie straw is in per o oo nervation measures isbould ho taken r at once -thai Ihe board of trade at once -LIJ.H should be closed to speculative trad- In-. a minimum on live MONTANA'S WOMAN REPRESENTATIVE, Mberti women h'ave the right of the ballot equally with the men. To them therefore, the action of Repre- sentative Miss Jeanelto Rankln; ol Monlana, In voting ogainst the resolu- tion for war with Germany, Is ot par- ticular Interest, Inasmuch as Miss nankJn, In. lie U.niled Stales at least. Is looked upon as an eipontnt of women in pollllral life. H Is in- teresting too, to note Ins comments of the press on SIlss nankin's action The New York Times, In a recent Issue, deais with JIIss nankin's scUoa under Ihe caption, "Palrlotlsm Wilh In this mailer: in caslinx she'did her first vole In the Honse of Ilepresenlativia, Jllss Jeanelte Hankln assumed a blllly (hat was heavier, perhaps, than -hough the emotion she fImlier. scands In N.B., SoVerh'm'e'nt bullaing scandals' In Mant loba.aiid.railway slush fund scandals In 'British Columbia, little wonder lhat the Conservatives are working overtime lo creale a sentiment against an election. Of course, noss rifles, aham shoes, J- W-sley Allison and a ew other .irregularities go to help iie faithful In ttelr zealous oulpour- ngs against the perfldlous Qrils who hln> It's time lor a change. The .returned .veterans ol Canada have- asked' for criual. pensions- II hey do not receive'them. It will not je for want of asking, for equal pen- sion' resolutions hive been fired at Ollawa by' almost every organization in Canada some time during the past two years. Grajed pensions look loo much like an effort to continue class distinctions which led the German nassea Into war. They have no place in democratic Canada. stack and grain, {1.50 wheat being suggested a bushel for reached 'r.T'he price of Hie straw IB equipment lhal Prof. Mc7_Jlur- A woman'named Clark, who vas -entenced lo r-Jghtcen monlhs hard" labor at Eng.ses- slons for' defrauding oillcers. had as- serted thai. the matron of a Canadian base hospital, and- tho daughter of the member 'or "ed Deer in'will handlo'ls within the Breach .of eVery. farmer, and 'Us use should rev- olutionize the' power 'and.light situa- tion ol Saskatchewan as far as tha farm homes are concerned. The Grain association'will back up the urowers associauuji -i- whole thing, as, Ihe members feel that it is to Ihe advinlage of every fanner in the. province.. ALREADY INVADED .Says Mr. Dryan: "Our land Is not miles off any coast is part of America. Will Jlml a atea'dy market with ui.' Hlgheil .price rclurna: KING TO ATTEND THE COMMEMORATION OF'U. S L London, Apr. 13--Klng George and Queen Mary will attend the service to be held In St. Paul's cathedral In com merooratlon of the entrance of th United Slates Into Ihe war. The Urn tor this ceremonial-has been filed a Jl 30 20. It Is unrterslom (ho kins'end qoeen expressed a specla present. pERU'3 ATTITUDE Lima, Peru, Apr. reply of ihe Peruvian government to Iho note from the United Slates announcing the existence ot a stale of war with Germany says lhat' I'em deplores the fact lhat ihe United Slalcs be com- jellcuto lake such action and cipress C3 the hope of a speedy ending of the great war.' No reference la made lo Ruction Sale ,-rr.. you with cans at o gallon tans ff'iM -us' for prices. We'are aoen'tc ,-fcr-.. -'the BEATRICE SEPARATOR. The 'best .market. Eaiy to operate, and. saves, you 2S7, to 40% on'lhe.lnltlal cost. iSSiiprtHorn At the Lctlibritlge Sale and Feed Barn -.ON FRIDAY, APRIL AT TWO O'CLOCK 9 Registered Shorthorn Durham Bulls frorn.12..lo 20 monlhs 2 Durham, Heifers. 3 years old. 1 Reglsl'ered Shire StalUon, B years .0 er, UOO pounds. I Heglslered Imported Percheron Stallion, 9 year. Its-. 1 R.aislered Imcorled Percheron, U years pounds. standard Bred'stallion, registered, 6 years old, 1 Grade'Slalllon, 5 years old, 1500 pounds, 1 Clydesdale Stallion, registered, 4 years old, 1900' pounds. 1 Clydesdale' Stallion, registered, 3 years old, 1500 pounds. 1 Registered Clydesdale Stallion, 2 old, 13M pounds. ALL TrtIS 19 .PRIZE WINNING Will Exchange Any Horsei for Other Slock. TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH, Aueti.neer Acad'fa' Block, Third Avenue' S. viNSURANtE' "AH those having houses for tale are'requested to list them with us as 'we have buyers. PHONE 10M Notice to Farmers! AVe supplied yoii with j, help in the fall of 1'JIG .'aiul several years be- CllMi LTD tanilra Hote Auto livery OVERLAND AND CHALMERS CARS...'. N10HT AND DAY I'liouc Clerk, AUTO LiVEiHiY; We know..the' country'Ihor it 'We have had. the experience. ii pild for. 'v'j' ._ TRYLs.1 i-v'r'r.ii' King All WcstefhTrai.isfci'Co. P.'.K. Fraight 'PHONES Office Stablej illRM MADE 'SIMILAR TO MEET YOURi DEMAND THIS YEAR 'FROM OUR LETHBHIDGE CALGARY OFFICES. I Send in your orders now. yWc.-'.'.liave Ihe men. .JiAai PHONE YOUR .ORDERS, HI? CALGARY. J. Hariris Co. AGENTS L'ETHBRIDOE CALGARY L; provincial, "goucrnme'rii agent- (Oe'p't of Ag-. rlchlliire) for the dlslr-lbulion'.of farm In the' Lethbrldne -taken' ollleet In thf. Board'of.Trade- building, Lclh- brljge.r1 I Office' :'Farmcn, J Should In touch with (Harlman'at o'nce and Farmeri iho'uld Jlate wagtl and clait of'men required. 'i -FnniiLaborers 'Requiring will be directed H they will at the office. Prospective 'i itoniesccHcrs I WIlialM receive In'Tornmion re- garding tujpllfd with mipt, literature, rates, etc, by Mr. Hartmin. Tiii-iicr at- W.L. McKenrie Co; CAR J-OTS. Miiit'be jjod ilicd, to'und rtocfc J cr Mil Sauiidcrs ilay aurt Grain Co. 1221 2nd ;