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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PA OF. SIX AI'HI. 1017 WltAIJ fiitvi luij who I'f'JIU tr ivi-llnd benefits would be so April W. J. Tloehe, minister of Ita Interior, In the Louse of commons this afternoon ln- uciduced bill to 'amend C let. ll provides O.inese students may visit without partaE-ft Nil In. Hliherio trey have raid the lai inj ll been refunded when Iner 'efl This result has been ach- IcTCd wiihout any impairment 6( ou resources. The expenditure o[ }171. COO 000 wa5 practically the same a last year, but It included 6pcnf on war Interest and pensions Tbero had been he 'said, a most pro- rloanced retrenchment In espenditur Triihin Ihe past four years. The ei Jsenditure in 1309. was only 16 pe tent, less than during the past yel despite the hieher cost of living an the areater cost of namlnlstratlon Sir. iltighen remarked Ibit Cinid Bad paid its way only in sLt dillcren since confederation. two o years had occurred since th present government came 'lasi fiscal-year and Lbe pre- (bus year.- The expenditures of thn gover: rnent, he said, had .been increased by two or three million dollars because of burdens Imposed by the lale gov- r-rnmeat in building Ihe National Transcontinental railway. Had the late EoveVnmcn'.TC'jcce'eded in build- Ins another N- T. H-, the burden would have been proportionately Increased, Canada's trade-position, eh said, was Tery healthy, the exports larveiy exceeding Jmpo'rta. This posi- tion, he said, was due lo'great efforts and a good fiscal syslem. In exports alone lie best four years of the late administration were not as-good as the record for last yearT 1 Replies' to Dr. Clark: Replying --to Dr. Michael Clark's statement that Canada would do bet ter if we were lo throw down the larlf harriers. Mr. -Meighen said Uia .Great really not a free trad country. I.ast year alone Great Brit Bin -'collected from tflril No duties had been reduce! by Great Britain and many had bee increased, including duties "on lea ood and slsnd good today. The utles bod been removed recently oe- of chanfej conditions. Mr. en quoted market quotations the early part of April lo jow that wheat prices in MInaea- -oils' were.belter than in Winnipeg etore the free wheat order In coun 1 was passed. The day following the ssue of the- order In council, Ho Minneapolis dropped the welghl f the duty and the prico id not Increase. Sir. -Meighen de- lared that the'condition of the raar- et Elnca the order in council cnmo nlo effect, proves that the arguments favor of free wheat advanced in he past ..were erroneous. The con- ditions which prevailed in the south were local conditions and they wero eiuoyed when the tariff on wheat as taken off. oe called off, and ordering that such open trades as were still on Ihe books should be closed cut at once. The Import of Ihe whole slluallou Is that tho prices of ivlieat have reached R dizzy height where supply and demand didn't cut much figure. Those who had. wheat were not anx- ious to sell, and every order lo buy was liable to send llie prtco up sev- eral ceils. Under the new plan, there will be uo In If a farmer has a carload of wheat lo he will be able lo do 50 through 1'a'ls. April Slulln says thai naws has been received at Iho IJrltlsh headquarters tint Lieut. Robinson, aviator, who destroyed n Zeppelin, Is not dean but a prisoner In Germany. LJcul. Robinson's----- olliar euppllca. The estimates, sllll Incomplotc ond aubjecl to rdvUlon, Indlcalo Ibo fol- lowing rnleiilo Leeds: Loan Would quickly Go. >'or Oreal lltllaln J'OO.OOJ.OM lo ['50000000 a month; for twin to for ela u Bum uudetcruilncd, but up to a month, depending large- ly .upon tho ability of manufacturing plants In this country lo meet her demands, mostly for supplies other :hati foodstuffs nr.d niunlllons; for llaly, about J50.MO.OOO n month. BLOCK NEUTRAL SHIPPING Copenhagen, Apr. 27, via London. Qcrman patrol ships aro conllnulng their ncllTlllcs ngalnst nculrel ehln- plog In thu Skaggerak. nccenlly Iho Scandinavian-American liner United Slates' was halted and eianilned. 'Yes- passenger eichange, but no one without the aciual v.heal will be able lo put thrush a trade. Speculative trading Is tibooed. "It is the very best Uiing that could have happened" said the manager of one grain brokerage firm lo Die Her- ald this morulng, "The market was out ol all control." i MYW'fUEM ironibllion are being received Li the louse of commons. Apparenlly tley come from a. central organization dif- April Hunilreds ol for Dominion-wide BRITISH IMi-ORTS. April Figures. compil- ed'by tbe British" toard bl Iraie stow IhaL'Lhe Imports In ilarch aecreased Tha imports o[ rav.; ma- while eiports Increased lerial decreased nearly chiefly In collon and wool. The Im- ports.of foodstuffs increased 000. The export increase was made up of manufactured goods, which was In collon tei- tllea. while foodsluffs decreased M ferent end bodies Ing io a printed form. -Petitions Sunday schools predominate. There Is said to be Utlle likelihood of gov-r eminent legislation establishing pro-' hlbilion this year as a Dominion measure. 'It has been made quite clears by Sir.Robert Borden that such a measure is Improhahle of Introduc- tion, .until the prohibitionists avail (herieives the full extent of the provincial r.Cls as'sQpplemenleil and made more' effective by the Doherlj bill last session. _ on Eczema U'Vill take juiL.a.teiv momcals' to Etep in and ask-'.iis wbat our espcr- lence way of gratetul cuslomcrs'Tritli He EoqlhlDg wash'ol ollr, money- tiacfc unless i the [irit.botile-'rVHeyes D. IlisinbDiham-fc'Co., Oruggiats Lctb RUSSIAN'BONDS ARE WELL RECEIVED Apr." holiday lo- moTTOw" and i budget Influences affect-! ed the voluma of business In the Bri- tish" sectloif oE Ihe stock eichange lodayr bill amongst the foreigners, Chi- nese.and Scandinavian stocks received aliecllon at firm prices, Tvhlle Russian LocJou. Apr. 27.-7-The oiticlal pres bureau today Issued'.tbe followln statement regarding operations on th "On Wediesday night the encm delivered counter-attack against our nets' positions on th'e.Do! an-Vardir iront Uoth ,wsre repulse and. consolidation pi the position proceeding. "Heavy rain has intcrfeVeil vrlln aerr ial activity. A steady -bombardment of the enemy position has.been main- by our artillery." German Hepcrt nerllni Apr. on the Macedonian iront continues and bonds were the best allied Lssues. Oil Bu'EBrians shares were Increasingly active and, It, L tin stocks bad a good II 'hc lino ran out and he was obliged to London, Apr. sma occurred In au. English munition fac- Krederikshaven; Denmark 3 officially announced. tlansimd, Norway, was selied and tak Ono was.kllleJ and Tour par- FRUIT SALT CORN FLAKES The increasing snlcs, yenr by yenr, prove that their good qualities Imvo been kept up to tho stand- ard since the beginning, rind nrc nppreciutcd by f Canadians. l To be sure you get Toasted Corn Flakes, insist pu this package. It is the original.' Refuse all substitutes.. MADE IN CANADA. .'The Dnttle Creek Toasted Com FlaVe Co., Limited. Head Olucc and Factory: London. Ont. PRESBYTERIAN .Knoi Church -1- '-.i; .Corner 4th Ave. and Blh Street S. Rev. Cap't A. H. Denoon, Pastor. F. BOrni, Acting tPaitor. Regular services at 11-a.m. nbfl 7.30 p.m. 'f, v Antheni, "Lovely (or soprano and .chorus. Gounod i Anthem, "Bond Out Thy Gounod. ID a.m.: Boys Eepartment- 12.30 a.m. Big ''Sisters' Uibto Class. Dig Drolhers' Bible Class. I.QO p.m.: Other Depart meals o( Sun- day 1 p.m.: Chinese Class. BAPTIST I' .L; First 3rd Ave. and 9th St. 9. Rev. C. Baker, Patter Services at ll a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Morning Subject: Rods." Sermon, "The Greeks and the f Soul's True Quest and Ita Final Glory." Evening "The Old and the New Day and God, or'God In the Great''WcrJd Both addressea are deslBuedilo show the truo place of God In hlitory la the development :6t the spirit ual life of 'sr. gold mine and tin locks bad a gi tone, but Argentine rails weak and American, securities were undecid- ed and only occasionally marked. Discount rates remained unchanged. ANOTHER NORWEGIAN .SUNK London, Apr- .Nonrefria steamer Siege has been sunk by a LTermaD submarine In the.North Sea. MUSICAL FESTIVAL T -.1- A grand-concert under the aaa- pices ol tha" Leihlrlde'e local com- mittee of-the Alberta Sluslcal FM- llval will te held In Knoi churcb. llay In addition to solos, duets, a niaBsed ;choir will several ;number3. There -ivlll also be'.'antheros' and 'glees by In- dividual, choirs. A unique fe.-ilure of this concert be a corppell- lion lor-boy or sirUsollsls under 15 years 'al age. Competitors 'vvlll be allowed to slng'a' Eong ol their own choosing. "The of Ibis competition will have'hls or her ex- penses paid to the Musical Festival al: Edmonton providing Ihey enter Iho competition Ihere. For par- ticulars Local Commit- tee, G. b.Taylor, S3J 10th Et, S.An entry fee of 50 cents will be cbarg- ed. Entries' must be sent In lo Ihe secretary not'liter than Wuduts dayj Slay 2nd. The committee recommends Ibal competitors sing ,1( possible, "The Wind Hat Stales tbe Barley." losl. The captain-and six men were The Xorweglau steamed Eslc has sunk In the North Spa. The crew was saved. situation orr thE Gal lei an froiil is unchanged. ON A WAR BASIS. TA'ashinglon. April the great danger vthtch faces the country through possible shortage in food supplies due lo manipulation ol prices and poor crops, the administra- tion proposes lo ask congress' for power to put the .agricultural depart- ment'on war basis 'for the' purpose of increasing wheat producllon and lowering bread prices. doctors Stand Amazed at Power of Bon-Opto to Make Weak Eyes to Dr. Lewis juaranteerl to Strengthen Eyesight la One Week's Time in Many Instances I THE STOREofBIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE CARS TO THE DOOR PHONE 789. You will like "Melba" Chocolates, not alone for their strict purity, but for the varied assortment contained in each box- fresh fruits, caramel centres, honey chips, 'IP soft creamy under a dc- j Ucious coating of rich chocolate. END'S may be said to literally girdle the earth. in almost every clinic, arid I_rV every land, it is recognized forV'iis sterling worth in relieving and preventing .all disorders ,-of.the liver and'siornach. From the locrid plains of British India lo the coasts of Nova. Scotia, thousands rely on Ihe gentle and refresh- ing' and bcnenVial action of .Eno's lo keep Ibera Ingood health. PrrfsrcJ ty EXO, Lumei EmuiiD. Sok Averts for HAROLD i CO., Lump, 10 HcCACb ST. ANDREW'S A WESTMINSTER Rev.'J.Bl Francis, Paslor Parionage-1271 5th Ave- N. T V Phone .U59 10 a.m.: Children's Class Meeting. 11 Children's Freak of Sermon, "The F. P- G- Degree." 2 pm: Wcatmtnaler Sundaj School. 00 p.m.: Adull and Young People's Bible Classes In Pareonage. p.m.: Sunday School .30 p.m.: 08th Annual church parade ol Ibo 'Oddfellows and llebekaha ot the city, arid CoaUiurst to the church from BLjrgirian'a hall. CHRlSTAuSLFHIANS lleet In Hlfllnbotham Entrance Bth St'and 2nd .-Aveniit Seiilh.- Wcdnc'sdaya: S Claaa. Sundays fit to'comniimOTUte the lord's Teath and 7.30 to pro- glad tiding ol dom J.'. "Will.IthV-aaJnta.- be-- tha Future Rulers.of All Seats Free No1 Collection Christian Church -CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Cor. 3rd Ave. and 3th SI. S. Frank A. Andrews, Minister. ?04 Bth 3t. S. Phone 1547. 10.30 a.m.: Bible School, followed hr Communion and preaching. Subject: "The Kingdom of Heaven." C.45 p.m.: Chrlallan Endeavor meet First Church of Chriflt Sdenlist Hull Block, 7th Street 8, Sunday Service at Subject: "Probation Alter Death." Sunday School .fit Lho cloaa ,ot UIB rnornlnp service. Evening, Testimony at 3 p.m. Tlio reaillns room la open-dally ex- cept Sunday and legal holidays, from 3 to 6 p.m. Here, tho lilblo and author: Free Pre-.criplion .You Cen Filled And Uic ftt Home JhiladclpMa, Pa. Victims o( rye slrflin nnd otber ejc nnd those wbo wear FlasseH, Trill be gtad to kcovr that according to LCTTU there is rc-il hope nnd help for item. Mnnr whose eyes were falling MV they hiTC b.iil their cyca restored by ihu rcmarltablc prcscrlpUon and tnany who once yrore glaasti Eay Lhej have ibrowii them away. One raan oftcr using II: "I waa almost blind. Could not sec lo read at all. Now I can rend everything ivilhont mf glasses RDC my eyes do not liurt any more. At eight Ihej would paia drcadfollr- Now they feel fine all tho lime. It vaa like rnlradc to me.' A ladj who used it jaj "The filmosplicre eccm'cd haiy wjlh or irilbont glasste, but otler uaine this pre- scription for 15 diyi everyuuag BCCEIS clear. I can tt.id itcn fine print wllh out f lasses." Anotacr who It "I was bothered pith eye strain' by overworked, tirrf tyea whlcii fierce I bare worn iTnnrs io several yt.tn both for rtistaacc nod work und without tbrui I conld not read m two name on in envelope or thu type- writing OD the machine before me.- I ear do botn now and have discarded rnj ion rliaUoce flasaca allogelher. 1 mn coun Ihe flallcring IcaTen on tee trees acms. Ihe itrret now, whleb hi scvertl year tare looked liVc dim grctii blur to m I cannot cirrcsa my joy 'at what it hi done (or me. i "It Is believed tb.tt thoiisiinda who Wtt cliESCS can DOW discard Ihtm in a reason lime nnJ multituJM more will be ble to their eye? BO as lo be pared the -trouble and excuse ol ever citing icInEGiis. Eye troublrs of many may be woodcrfully 7 the use of this pitscrir-lion. Go to icliye drug store and get n bottle ot Boa- )ptb tablets. Drop one Ilon-Onto tablet ti a fourth oE a of water nod let t dissolve. With this liquid balhc the yea two to four times daily. You should notice yocr cyea clear up perceptibly right roru the Ebirt ant! JnOanmcitiou nnd rcd- Jng" foiiowed by preaching at 7.3.0. I zed Christian Illoraturo, may Subject: Parables of the King- be reail_r.borrowed or pin-dmaed. Tho ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Cor.'lltti Street and 8th Ave. South. Rev. Canon W- V. MtMlllen, B.A., Rector "a. m. Sunday School anl Bible.Clisies, 3 p.m. EVENSONG 7.30 p.m. Holy and 3rd' Snn- "days al 8.30; 2nd and Uh Sundays at 11 Sundays at t p.m. public cordially liytltod lend services, visit Ihe reading room. to also msa will riotckly di If your eyca wther you even n litllc it la your duly to lake ekpi to sare them now before it 3 too Into. Many hopelessly Llind might -.arc iavcd ILeir sisbt it thry had cared for llnir eyes In time. AntAlicr piwnlncnt rhrslcian to the n r piw article wu p rf, M1H: lie PcoOplo prescrfpllon h trnlj-. _____ bjr Ihttn- I KITC nwO it very rec- ..i my OTTTI niacllcc on patlcnlJ were tlralnrd ILrarh OTcmoiV or mbfll tlAixa. I ran rtcwnnKw) II In ol Inf cycj. rtd Marrcrf vision or for In- frwn to unctc, enn. dust or feel on tor rcfnkr DM In fclmosl cvcrr famity." Don-pplo, Khmd to ttoTC. IB a patent mcd tdnc or A rcaxAr, ll h in clhTnl the far- rnaJ.i wTrn rrintcd on Uic pack i re. Tlie arsclnrcn It lo itntntthen ert.'Uht V) pet rent m one time In luLinoea cr rtfnrwl mar-ej. ll Can be KD7 dracfrtil b loM la till cilr Tho Red Cross Drug nook "Co, and METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. O. H. CobbledkV, Pastor P.rionase J20 Wh St S. Phone 11 Mesiag: for ihe Sprlnj Time." 3 p.m.: Bible 7.30 p.m.: "Caught nt His Best." "Jesus, ot My VOBt; "In Iho Sweet fi7C nnd Dow; Solo, Airs. H. C. FarrJs, "Let S'ol Your Heart Da LATTER DAY-SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7lh Ave. and 12th St. 3. Sur.day Q'.m. Sacrament Primary 3 p.m. Relief 2 p.m. VIsltora Alvftiya Welcome. Blthop Qeo'. W.'Geen, 1016 2nd Ave. South. -Phone 1493. PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. N., Biplirt Church Sunday, 11 a.m. and 7.3D p.m. Tuesday, 3 p.m. Thursday, 8 p.m. Come and Hear About. Jejul. Jesus la Coming Soon, Gel Readyl A 1IEA11TY WELCOMD TO AI.Ij BELIEVERS Burgman'a -Hall, 418 13th SL North. Ccllcverfi assemble on tho lord's Day for tha UrcaVTng of Dread 11 a.m. ftuntUjp School at 3 p.m. Gncpel Preaching at 7.30 p.m. R tad In ft WOflcsdjy, 7.45 p.m, Ecrvlctt Hefrf the Cltidel, Sth St. 'i'a.m. Holiness 3 7.30 Sil- vallon McetlnB..- Week 8 ptn. Pub- lic Meeting. Thursday, S p.m. Saltation Cdedcl band In allendancs. Eatnrday, 8 p.m., Irce o.nr1- Mar meeting.- f ;