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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX, THE i.r.TiimuuGR. TMSDAY. 1017 D. C., April .17, -The Paf- Jf'ii Great Eastern itet this mornlnB (or the put- Vose of further queslloulng Mr. Daroy l-'Vale; v'.ce-prcsldent bl Ibo company, tha eipeudltures he made Bls last Friday put Of w "v tunds of halt tt million hearing had adjourned imld some confusion, for Mr- Tate. After thai he had been 'ooXIng after conservative campaign lunds, he declined lo mate any tue> ther statement on the ground that he bad a right to deal with his own uoney In his own way. When the committee opened opera- tions tils morning It was armed with special resolution of ihe tetfcu- lure to go aheaVwllh this subject, but Mr. Tale wts not'on-hnntl. H. A. McLean, .who had ,'ppearing for one. of the. Pacific Great Astern Interests, rose to lu- forra Iho committee Uiat'he had been Instructed lo say that Mr. Tale rllned to appear to give further les- S S Taylor, K. C., counsel lor tie fovernmenl. asked II Mr. Tale were. icaii recced his loslraclloiw. witness called this morDlns at Iho luaulry was. Mr. VrrUllo- ticket yesterday Mr -Mr. Toto lo EO o Seallle- ivry 25 last )ear, two days after the bv Hectloii in Vancouver, ho castioJ a onenuo for JI6.0PCL. On January 8 1915 Mr. Tale bad cashed two cheauos for each aud wltncse knew n CODllclcuco what >lr. Talo bad done with Iho uiouoy, H was for purposes, but he rolusej o Eav whether any of had to sir Richard Mcllrlde, Sir. Uowser. or to a" meiuber of the Uocr.-U rarly. The probe Is continuing this alter- noon, H 15 believed that several hundreds' of thousands of dollars lilock Going Dclny the Conferences KCM useu ty the contractors or ou heir behalf to assist botlr political rtlfs In British Columbia during the I two years. The mony pi government guaranteed bonds. ihat he lumej on OTVUMIS tlx luoulhv (ole-urn In Iho flty of Cat They two 0( CnriUtcm's wo., ly respected clilicui awl aro receiving very cordial ErMlutj flnco tholr llulU the tucuttiiB at tlio Canlslou aoeouJ ward assembly en Sunday afleruopji. Quito R iJrso number ol coHlerciifo visitors also relurnc.1 from tho south, with 1'roilJent Ed'wi'J. iVwd on BMur UV- evening laat. 0. Suillh, of Uivlll rind hU eon Wurren. wlio hat been for three years half.In Samoa, and Mre. (Major) 11. H and family, who have, boon boglnulng ilio erection of R now n'ullJ- 111 too lug adjolnliiE lbelr present lino stand. W. C. Siiillli Sr. also been Last tall they purchased JOslOO Jce-t missionary In California for tho ij Irorn Iho Cardstou Investment Co.. ler monllis and with hit son 1 Ud! immediately north of their relumed for ilio spring, planting, and on Thursday they began thai erection of a ftno brick and concrete addition, to bo SOiSO (eel. Iwo storeys. There will be a''pressed brick fronl, first slorey concrete and second storey brick, alter tho.sarua stylo as their first bulletins..-which Is one of Iho best ever crectei) In Carnslon. Several parlies havo applied! for the building as tenants, but us yet we have not learned as to the occupancy. .Tho 35 feet of open space nest lo Uuft ffiocery. has beeri pur- chased by them, -Rumor has It that this will also bo utilized by building n duo business block: It IB to bo hoped that such will bo tbe case, thus closing up wllh fine modern buildings the only vacant space In the, central business block of the o jr Irlko. aud lei-oiU liiis situ-n lit e( (lift oml IliU In UiU Unllcit SlBlcs camcd unnrooe- In IrelKlit. Ihcso c.wom should lliii M CMl litcei coal lg recent Ouo I" 901-1, Ibo jtsr of !lii ruuinl up all Hit lUckori liifa avoldlii; mllllnrc Ittvkd Itiu UulicJ mmci. DavU' Cigars possess three qualitiea: L Size, most generous, cost considered. 2. Quality, extraordinarily good; 3. Condition, prime. Sold by tbtatcoiiists at 3-for-25c. 1 (In 3 Taylor then nsVed H Mr. Mac- Additional Class- ified Advertising PROPERTY FOR SALE .glrlni: ITtnllon The Hers'.i TVtUn FOR llOElem five-roomed cot- laee on a loU. S09 6ih Aye. S. 13200. S500 cash; balance, easy terms. Thin house Is in tlrst class repair. Applr Ottawa, 'April ic.-The. hospllal commission in a statement Issued to- night announces a large incrcaso In lie subz-Ulance jilowance for disabled soldiers In training for new llbns, The Increase decided on is from ?re Into-lUe ECteme oflralnins on tne and the allowances for Dependents arc eilended lo relations who have not Education Storms Delay An announcement has oecn maue, rejervc, tbat.lhe Advisory no- j, Council of Canada proposes li) lho mlmur.ciufo of ecal of tbe Canadian Into ir.ort oigrms brlciuelles, for Iho suoplylng of Iho .Last week we bad a flurry of Biion, j in more castorly points. nomA lllebt Q11U tO-I r. ,hn As Alberta contains Iho of lignite inlnes, in uuiuucr ui iiitiito .ii-i.kj, wenllier an nsnite of Hie prairies ceding would ,ha with con ;i this veek. .M.rahiii diec-usslon-In this vicinity. Ihis vicinity: announcement Is made In a taSl 01 UlenWOOQ P. seeding on April 11, and continued) up to Saturday. Some plowing is also In progress west of Gleuwood. but this Is oil on higher ground lhan the average. South and west all tho land is yet too wet for farming opeia- 313 rsoTTD THE) BUNGALOW 1 AD- VERTISED and-I now'have another exceptional buy In house property- Eight roomed, rally modern residence on large lot on street car line. Bsrn at rear spacious verandah, thorough- ly well buili and in eicellent repair- 'Can sell this property for the cost 61 erection Frank Waddington the auc- tioneer. Phone. rooms E. O. E. building. 10th St, 6. HOUSES FOR cotlagij 403 19th SL north; 10-foot; fronl; "S1300' !300 cash, mortsage balance over 2 -years. 'Also 72T 16th SL north.'? Eeml- 'small cash'-paymenl; as nme balance ar- ranged to sulf Apply .GihSons Balmoral Block. This free, training or is IbV privilege of every oldier so disabled by service that he cannot go back to bis old trade. It hto the fullest opportunity to jives es u himself for earning not rtuch as he.e.rned before ente menl out otiea'much mere. THe has hitherto been confined w man- ners o! the Canadian expedltlonar} iiia reservists of British and allied aribles who wera residents of FOR SALE (Agricultural) FOP Clyde stallion rising two years old, wpuld-trade tnr other horses, ai Farmers' Feed Stahle, Lethbrldge. [TOR null with hafger. Phone K315. Apply F.- Foster, 1 aunK JAOIJ. _________---- FOR Rumfeyuli Pull, and separator, run fifty Cheap lor cash. Ed. -Werner. PonoSa; vanes eree ol Iho'men's previous educzlion Ind eiperUnce. -In there the men. The gfealesl obslacles to the suc- of tills training scheme was re- raoved ori Juno'23 last, when themih- lErr hospitals commission secnred an order in council glyins government allowances ;lo men undertaking re- education and .to their.families. .TJnder, the regulations tnen sanc- a single man with pension "living in" received tree maintenance. :A single man with pension "HvmE out" received SO cents a day. A mar- ried man with pension "living in re- ceived' free' maintenance and SS a month; while his wife received ?5o a allowances'for the children another came Saturday night and to- day the ground Is again while with more promised by the weather mau Had It remained.fine, se have started In earnest Some Is reportcet nlready on the sum-. .lw lu-m mcrfallowed land In the well drained nunllfied parls farthest Irom the mountains. In experimentation, but It Is East ol Glenwood B. F. Olseu Judging from a report tho-Ottawa Journal, that It la luo belief that Ihe lignite, made luto >rlquel form will curry 90 per ccnl. of Iho caliloric value ol even Penn- sylvania coals. 1 Prof. Mcciiiilm's Pro! A'.. D.' lic'Csilum' P.H.D., ad- dre'selrlhY In Toronto, on this subjccl.-.dls'cusslDK Us pos- sibilities and' great. aJvahtage It would prove to eastern Canada.1.' One otr theT rea'sous which.- has prompted Prof. McCallum and other eastern Canadians lo delve so'closely Into IDS coal situation. Is the state: :nt attributed by: the Ottawa'Jour- nal-Press.'Id Slr'Henry Drayton, ;in- whlch theMalter' Js'quoted as saying that unless tie ea'sXeru Canada mines are urECd iQailduifl. prodnc- lion Bummer memths, i.fho c'balJiE'nortuse .In the eastern'section of-the pom'snlon will be greater "and more, disastrous next fall and wlnlir Uia'n has been re- cently. n't. _ Vvitaa ..tbe lions. From present Indications tbere will be a large area go In lo barley and oals on accounl 61 Ihe lateness of the season. Tho farmers are all bending their efforts for as large an acreage as possible and are offering as high as three dollars per acre for Feed Is getting scarce. at some points, but as a rule 'the losses have been very slight with cattle and sheep are In a sad plight just nearly all culverts are washed :auso of Iho volume of water BlltCU Can-da when the war out. this For this training, speeial lac.hies) Thc are given byir-rovmcial and municipal LoSlltntlOBS clicll ItCDDlCal and oul_ uetiiusu MI inu TUiniuw vi. atridullnril schools. The period of too largo (or Lhem (o carry. varies according lo the de-' FOR fan ned and cleaned- Caroslbn Invest ro'cnt Phone 92...... FOR One gooa work learn weiehlng 2SOO Ibs: Price 5.17S.OO: ply 112 ISth'SL K- Relief Society Party At" the school gymnasium on Fri- day evening last a very enjoyable party was given by the Iqdles-bT the Second Ward Belief society, as a de- layed substitute for [he annual an- niversary, programme ori March 11. This was postponed on account of the threatened epidemic of measles when all public 'gatherings were 'prohibited last month. The music wns very gooJ and the spacious floor'of the gym was apprecialcd by Ihe large crowrl of dancers. Refreshments were served on the stage and made complete the evening's enjoyment- The president, E. Snow, and: her aids are to :lt The ol1 utmost; InipoftiiKa (tna'Uliis 'pro- duction be--, keptfaliniajipum ing the all Ca'nn dian mlnei.l i i' The stall manner, calling attention to lh in, Com purchas plT 11A istIL .______-. FOR One sow, dae to farrow In May; also two hoises; weignt Ebout 1200 or 1300 Ibs.'.'Apply P- 0. Bpi 420, City __' t FOR SALE--Three good cows, one mllWni other two coming in soon One Shorthorn hull, year goenl one. Phone-R103 or P.O. Boi 379 CATTLB FOR cows, Brade Shorthorn and white faces, and some, good milk cows. It is a good bnnch of cattle all roiind, and a snap tor the right Is is looting lor good breedy cows. Majority will calve shortly. Cattle can be seen at J A.. Smith's yards. This Is last chance" to secure a good bunch of cow at the present price. J. H. Frantel, Phone 1552 or 620. miu to their number and age less the amount of her husband 3 pen- slpi arid children's allowances under rho "pension, regulations. 'The new order In council Is opera- tlve.rrom ''April 1. 1017. The new applies not only to men begin nine 'their, reeducation after April 1 bufmen-already under training wil have toei'r'pay figured at the Increas ed rate, from the.same date. far 302 of Ihe soldiers entitled to reeducallqn'-haVe taken advantage o the'ECheme.'includins 63 whose appll cations' .are'.now awaiting final de clsion.' Of the tolzl all hut 27 ar westerne'rE.- Alberta-.heads the lis with JE9" there are 68'in Manitoba 53 In Saskatchewan and 22 In Brills pleasure buggy. fUll new rubber Ures, and painted, will sell for what .It put In first class Od ID Efestem Canada's com pafatlrcly poof snoirlng Is due parti to ti'e Veen demand for men In mun lions and other works. It Is hopci thit'the'ralsinE ol the allowance wil considerably Increase the number o Ioldllir3; undertaking reeduc-tllon. WAS RESULT OF PLOT .Chester. Apr. H.-W. G. W I Or Wflat II Ehape, is "owner DO use lor Apply 1221 6ti Ave. S- onp Hart-Parr traclor with" full "set Cockahutl plows, cost 400 has plowed less than a tbonsand cash" 5650. Ed. Dlltman, Iilk Hlver. Alberla.-Canada. _ congratulated on .the success of eir efforts. ._ Ward Conferences At Hill Spring on April 8, the an- ual ward conference was held. The eneral state officers attending were Jessrs. S- WilllcJnk and Golden ?oolf with Mesdames Nellie Pitcher and Elizabeth Wilcoi. The reports' showed satisfactory regress in nearly all lines and nearly 11 of the officers were, sustained na ormerly. existing. The only change made were with, the Sunday school nd the choir. Wallace Hurd, because of many other positions, was 'released as chorister, and David Gibb sustained as his suc- cessor Tho Sunday school, auperin- endency Is 'now Messrs. Wm. dcr. SterlinB Fairbanks and J. Sidney Tanner. A new meeting house is being erect- ed by the Hill Spring people who hava completed the foundation .and.will proceed with the erection as soon as crops arc planted. Yesterday, April 15, was.also ward conference day for tha Taylorville people who turned out In force. De- spite Iha lad roads'the sehoolhousc warning. UL mission .to' householders to- 'their .winter during lh summer months, that Iransportatlon and other "facilities- les lascd during tie months of greates ueed.' The Journal saysiin.part: "The Conservation. Commission Is sues -a timelv warning to householt ers lo purchase their caBl'Jurtiig lh summer months. It. points out tha In the future there will be more con famines lhan In the-past and In they will occur at: shorter inlerva and the' way to obviate the dire suits of Hie shortage Is to get coal -bins filled early. "It Is dering reasonable stiggesllon. O the winter ton by Ion, most householders .do, is. eipensl for one Ihing, and It Is .a .serlo strain upon transportation and livery facllllles time.of.the year... Heavy weather often Is the cause ol freight congestion and to buy In sjimm general manager ol the Edc FOR Single lop buggy, almost w! -Also single driving harness Mrs. M- Lunde, Barons. FOR blacksmith bellows, one wood" turning lathe, 22 In. countershaft; one blacksmith Tiortable steel forge; onq baby buggy) a number of wcod split pulleys; alVono foot trip hammer. Apply HOI 4lh Ave.. north.'one. block easi of school. P. A- Hajding. sincq the vlslU of Iho sijcclal. mls- :alcd evidence lhat the. disaster ,-n February a new Interest the-result of an Inside plot, lie J had DCCn nujitest'by all members in tali's eiperia eipectcd (he- o( Messrs. Sam- uel and 6..J. Denny being very kindly remembered as the two learnest young men who had Helped Mah'8 Staff of Life is 1" renew the diligence of the people the wheat j JIessrs. Edw. J- Wood, s. Yon SALE--2.fiang plows, 2 DOllom 13 1 E-ng plow. 2 bottom. 14 Inch- one drag harrow, complete wltn cart-' 4 sections ol drag harrow; 1 mbs'urface packer (6 1 sur, face packer 1 dlse! harrow; 3 drills (20 disc wagm, nal- cr lanis blactsmlth tools; Reeve's engine and.plowa and other machln- Ihe slale visitors. There was a eurprlse lor. all the starchy centre of the' no mis: take about be sure i meie caxeduiJULLuau people of Ihe ward In Ihc reorgoniia- you. get'the whole wheat o( ,he blshopr1c duelo the con- grain in a digestible nr R. A. Nelson Shredded Wheat Biscuit contains all the tissue-build- lomplaled removal ol R. A. Nelson with hla lamlly to Cardslon for Ihe better education of his children. Mr. Nelson has acted as bishop lor some. t t len or twclvo years and his removal material. bc a 1033 lo the community. the wheat, Eteam- copked, shredded and baked. A perfect food for the' ery Alberta nourishment of the human Lelhbrldge. or.T.B. Dunham, Coal- U R A better balanced ration than meat, or eggs, NOTICIv lor starchy'vegetables, sup- JxOTICEr-VTe- opened an olfice In connccUqn wllh.'pur .own business .'piirptiso sellinE "business. Any 6te wishing lo sell ont vre won d bo glief- to'hava -a llsllng. Eliher In tne or'outside. Correspondence Invited with' lull parllcjjlarB. W- b. i Wilson, Dominion lilhbridga. 1 rtoco I plying the greatest amount of body-building nutriment at lowest cost. For break- fast-with milk or cream, or for1 any meal with fruits, m Canada. an ci-school leacher, however, he up- prcclalcs his educational duly lo his family more keenly than- do many others and no local point affords bel- ter advantage lhan Cardston oflcrs slnco Ibo erection of our new BCliool building. Thc new ofilccra were sustained unanlmoualy, M. A. Lowry belrg Ihe bishop, vrllli -Messrs. Aiel W. An- derson and F- Sommerlclilt as hla as- I A now place of meeting Is a'-'o Inc I uppermost topic with the people ol Personal Mention Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hammer re- TOO K E GOLtARS 75 CBNTS EACH TOOKEBP.OS. LIMITED MAKtRS MONTREAL THEN each season opens, the clothing in- VV dustry styles are Society Brand It seems that men look i to us for responsibility we are glad to deserve and are determined to sustain. These vigorous new military effects are now ready at the. authorized Society Brand store in your chy. ALFRED DEGkER-'fic COHN, Makers, Chicago, For Canada: SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES. LIMITED; Montreal Let us show you the new PI aids, P'ipxi Masterfully for you. McKelvie .'M's McGuire !i -V'LETHBRIDGE THE STORE THAT SELLS SOCIETY BRAND LLOTHFS J; "FI-" ;