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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LPTHBRmg5 .JOij^TLY^ HEBALp, .HURSDAY, FEBBtJAII^l^^^^^^ Xetbbri&fle, alberta 0*1 L VANO V/E E K U � ..Qubterlptlon i.Rate�: i^IJy.'-Verivered, per weeK l^c !gaJly,:dollveret1, per year .....,.j5.00 teAr-airPory^'ar::::::n^^^^ ^�"t U>at merc.h.m ships will be >r�?ikly, by mall, per year to C.S..$2,00 ("-niort o,,i o^h v,Hnvo watt and see. There Is no doubt that Gormnny has been biilldinB submarine* �with-fevbrJsh-haste in anUd-pation ot such ft move, but It Is quite safe to assume that Britain knows all about it, and has prepared to meet the menace. M'lth Jellicoe at the helm there is reason for confidence in the oirtcomo. We have seen recently that he has taken stops to increase the mined area around Germany. There AO. ^ PICKED WP^^IN telephones Sustnass .Office........... Editorial Office ........... 1252] 1224 .W. A. Buchanan Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager Dites of e.Tpiry of subscriptions appear di'ly on address label. Acceptance ot papers after expiration date Is BUT authority to continue the jubscrlp-tlon. Your King and Country need you riOht now� the PROGRESS of THE WAR It has come at last. Germany, .reduced to the last desperate means at her command to fight oft the Increasingly vlctonous alltesi and angered at the refusal ot her. peace offer, has. ah- armed fore and aft, and -n-e believe, following Germany's announcement, that neutj-al nations, and especially United States, will sanction such action, for it will be plain that the arm-ingot ships is purely ft defensive mea-l sure In view of Germany's attitude. So far as Britain Is concerned we need have little apprehension as to the outcome of Germany's latest threat. It will however be interesting ^o note the effect it will have on Wilson's perfce propagnnda. Remembering the e.xchang6 of noles on the Lusl-tanla. one can imagine there will be great concern in the United Stages. What will happen If the new German navBl warfare precipitatfes another Lusitania tragedy? How would it,, affect American senUment toward the i exposed wire war? Toronto proposes-to establish ciTlo coal yjirds to. prevent famine prices. , It is stated on definite authority that this year's Toronto tax rate will be 24 �6 mills." Rev. C. P.Mulrhaad has been inducted rector of St. John's church, Bowmanvllle, by the Bishop ot Toronto. Rev. Henry Faulkner Varnell, 86 years old, retired Episcopal clergyman and author, died at his home in Philllsb,urg, N. J., after a long illness. ' B. C. Federation of 'Labor, in annual convention at Revelstoke,. B. C, declined on a vote of 190 to 15' to follow the. recoaimendation of Pres. McVety in favor of national service. , Pte. St. Clair Walker, twenty-eight years old, returned wounded and .unfitted for further service at the front, was almost instantly killed in a garage at touching an galt or rogers- whom do you believe? Considering Mr. Justice Gait's find ingtn the Manitoba government build- "o' placed its'elf on record as being ings' scandal, one is not surprised that ^"PP''^^"^ ^� Queen's Arts Society of Kingston, will pay kli expenses Incurred by W. P. Rankin, the student who was seriously iniured In the Arts rush last autumn. The socte-'y holds Itself as partly responsible, as It had The Quebec Garrison club has entered an appeal against the- recent nounced her abandonment of all re-,ijo, Bob Rogers vented his spleen on BtrlcUons in warfare, and unrestricted commissioner. Rogers' manlpula pliacy by -t, ^ ' ' I Conservatives,- he may have succeed-' Brigadier Duncan S. Maclnnes who eeks. TrafGc ot all descriptions is to Buffer, > according to the ^notification Bent to United States through diplo-in(ktic channels yesterday. A wide A divldenasofj has been declai block ot tlie Co. tlx per cent', for 1016 "upon tbe..coimiaau cu3 Loow TheatM danger zone has be6n established byj^^ to some extent,^ but to the honest' li^L^'^, ^h�^*r?^,S Germany and all traffic within that-- --J._ ^.______. Donor of the Companion of him the h� ^^^.^n T!>��, i,,e,if�i!�' *^r' attempt was chaei acd"st. GeoiiefT* "a son oS area will be opposed. Even hospital piyj^, has only to read the Senator Maclnnes, of Hamilton. The finding of Mr. Justice Gait to learn ^^aor was conferred on him because ... ----- . .. _ ... ships will not be immune, for Ger- many again sets up her Preposterous' 5^.1^^^ j , of his work in the War Ottlce claim that troopships have been used' fiXg^rlo W alo^t a member of I^^don where he is now dlrectr ^in�. i, ,f T,,�,,f�i i to saj aoout a memoer of aeronautics and looks after the by the allies in the guise of hospital ships. :The presentation of this notification to Washington has occasioned the the Borden cabinet in whom we are asked to place-our confidence: "I find that prior to the Dominion I election Of September 21. 1911. a Con- --------�- - ---------- - i election Of sjentembf gifeatest surprise at the White House,(seTvative rommiftee was formed hav-�wKere it has tim^ and again been set inir tor its ohiecL- amonest other fdlth that the attitude of the United j thines. the collection and t�^>�^8e- , .,.i ! i,,�ment of monevs for election nurnoies. ,^ States, that neutral shipping must]^^ B. iSnraKue acted as treasurer- at Calgary. He will be succeeded as have clear way everywhere on the gnraeue annpars to have been. gaperintendent by H. Helfton. seas, can only be violated at the cost well known to the Hon. Robert I^oeers. |, _ otWerance-of diplomatic relaOons. He aI�o Knew that the Carter � com .It is with interest that the world '^"T hod contracted with the rovem ' The Canadian, Car and Founds Company, whose munitions plant .at Kingsland, Nr J., was destroyed ott Jan. ,11, will-rebuild at an u�rly dKtiii. E. C. Rubard, of l^aasena, bnt.,liil his garage destroyed by fire, the orl' gin . of which, isvteTijt>er 7, 1911, thenew. contract embodying this Inc^;ease was stores!" signed, but the contract was dated I -After an illness of about three weeks Lee Jim,_ aged 62, one of Toronto's richest Chinamen, died from pneumonia. Meml^rs of ihe Chinese colony: estimate ms at . wp-; wards of $100,000. ''Deceased came to Toronto abo.ut -twenty-';years ago. At one tittne- he'owned nearly twenty back to Jnly 2S. On Sentemher 18 Spraene went to Ca-rter and .asked, for a cnntributinn to the ramnai^n fund, at the same time namlne the unusually larne figure of $5000. Carter made no All Canadian officers attached to the Royal Flying Corps, are receiving flying pay from the Canadian govem-i ment in addition to regular pay, says a London cable to the Toronto Tele demur, b'lt pave him a check for. the: gram from^ its speeiai correspondent, money. Then on Senteraber 20. the; The pay oS a flight sub-lieutenant dav before the election- Snraeue made, totals $6.50 per day. a further Teonest for $2500 more, stat-' �Wo'f ^^^t  i ine that the eIe-^)|i^^b^ tumiahed^i FORT WORTH RECORD HERALD: ' ^Beverance of diplomatic rela- , iions with-Germany Is certain to be j the answer of President Wll- : .son and the United States Con- portation of wounded and wlok,'',army members on the ways outside'this district. The barring, ot other-sea routes is reserved, in case of further mls,use of hospital shops, in violation of international law.'! " >  \yill, take 'ReprlsalB London, Jan. Sl,.>5.56 offi-clail statement issi^ed here today says that if the Gerinjia threat of no longer tolerating: .hospital ships between a lihe drawn from Flambor-ough Head, England, to Terschell-ing, Netlii^rlandSi jand a line trom Lands Endi England, to QuessanH France Is carried out, reprisals nviU be taken imniodiaitely. Remove AM: Restriction* Berlin^ Jan; 31.r-Germany in a note transmitted today to the State Department at WiitBhlngton, says that the Imperial government, because of . , the acts df her eBemles, is forced to Edmonton, Jan.^SO.-At the Wberai do aWay ivith the  restrictions which' convention I nVermlUon today, Pre until now It has Impressed upon the mier Slfton was unanimously nomln-use of Its-lighting men on the sea,'atedas Liberal candidate-In the ^next neutrals are urgently advised ' to provincial election.. A feature pt the warn their vessete on Cliarles Pamer and !?f?*!*/.^'^'l-?A.^fJ*fLi!?T''.^"^ .l'"^" Patrick J. Hiokey, the three G.T.R. oeiyed the benefit of $1200. while the province lost the entire sum of $8700. "I find that the Carter comnanv contributed in all the sum of $22,500 to the Conservative campaign funi during the currensy of his contracts." Sogeira' efforts to discredit Mr. Jus-ticis. GaltMeayes it up to each one or tie" aS to >vhom we will believe in .ntpeg when His - Grace Archbishop''were ohoseii as follpjvs: Presidenti'purchase from Alberta of a, jug of, Mathesou dedicated a stained glass i Arthur R. Ford, Toronto News and-Sdotch whiskey and had only collect-] Edmonton Journjt^v Wee-president,[ed the actual cost of the whiskey and! Charles Bishop, Montreal Star; secs^ the express charge, the sum of 251 retary, H. E. M. Chisholm,. Manitoba cents dray charge being added as la-Free Press; executive committee, j bdr performed. The case will be ap-James M.ulr, Otta*a JbuniiH; J, A, ^ pealed Brousseau . La Pfesse, Montreal; men held on a'Charge of manslaugh-1 Harry ter as a result of tiie death of the ~" late Col. W. C.'Macdonald in the Union station, Toronto, were -committed for trial In the Toronto police court by Magi.gtrate Denisou. They were released on bail of $5,000. A special board of five leading citizens, named recently by the Recruit Anderson, Toronto ; Globe; Thomas Blacklock, Winnipeg Telegram; John Bassell, Montreal Gazette. . . The widow of James A. Fraser, BEER BILL KILLED Sfe Pa,ul, Minn., Jan. 31.-^By a vote of 78 to 62 the Minnesota House of Representatives . today "iij defeated an amendment to the state-Wide'prohibition bill which would bavVpefmltte'd until they this scandal. Will it be Mr. Justice ing league of St. Catharines to fl'e-i reach the age of sixteen by tbe Car- Paris, Ont., was awarded a sUver. the manufacture of beer, and Hglit medal, $50 a mnnth. until further no-i'wlnes within the state. The amend-tlce, and $5 a'mAth^^additliOfial for'meht wap offe^ed^by, Reprewiitatlve each of three children. " " " " "*' ' 0�dt or Hon. Bob? Sir Sam's speech in the house was like'Jim JTeftries at Reno-didn't carry the punch. Thomas J. McGrith, bf St. Paul.. bad minnesota FIRE Minneapolis, Jan. 31.-Two men ceive applications ot young men of j negie Hero Fund Commission In reo-military age, who want to get buttons ' ognition of her husband's courageous exempting them from public atten- attempt to save the jife ;ot Doris E. were, severely burned when fire lotion because they do-not enlist, has j Seton-Adamson, COnsiielo O. Inksater day destroyed the furniture ware-! issued more than eighty buttons to and Marion Thomson from drowning house of Levin brothers and damaged date, and many more applicants are 1 in 1916 in the Gra'iid River, when he the Riverside hotel, with a loss est! to be heard. I himself perished. -: mated at $200,000. "GASGARETSIESIIF favor DAYLIGHT SAViNO Washington, Jan. Sl.-r-Congressional action to authorize the setting of all ______^ _________, ,, ...... clocks in the country one hour ahead the point BO degrees north, 20 degrees of the-present standard .time was re-West, be steered oi. Along this route commended by the chamber of v com-no Genman mines :wlirbe laid; merce of the United States today. "(C)' If steamers on this journey' ^ ~ bea* theVfollowing special , signals �whjoh only" they vill,be permitted to dlsplay'In American ports; a coating of paint on the ship's hull and super-8ti:uctu;^e in, ve.riical stripes three metres broad, alternating white and red; on every mast a large flag of checkered white and red, on the stern the American nationittl> flag during darkness the' natloiial vftag and the coat of paint to be as easily recognizable as possible; aiid the ships must be completely arid brightly illuminated. Great SurprlBo^in 'Washington Washiagtdhi "*4Bn. 31.-Germany's declaration ol uitrestricted naval warfare is assunjed to mean the sinking without  � . - Best for Liver and BowelB B�d Breath, Bad Colds, Sour Steniacb. . If the mercury took a drop too mucih.on Monday night, it must have taken the whole bottle on Tuesday night. . ;OERMANY RESORTS AGAIN TO FRIGHTFUUNESS' � 'Just what effect the latest German .announcement of trightfulness is going to have on the War, it would be hard to foretell. But of its effect on the allied nations, and,on neutral na-i;^,Lttipus t^o, there can 'be no doubt.' The 'JfjntfUon that sank the Lusitania and '^vthe Sussex anything to gain end because it is an unrighteous ^eijdir There Is no better evidence that Germany- precipitated this war for her own selflsh ends than is contained in vHvhjw declluatlon. of yesterday that - l4Vacy ot the tOttlest. kind 'l^jallowed^under'her official sanction. t^l.},l,4kM to how Britain will meet the "liestjGerman threap, we will have to Hon. Mr. Crothers may be a fine fellow, b,ut what he doesn't know about the labor world would fill a book. Hon. Thomas "White was treading on delicate ground the other day when he twitted Sir Sam Hughes about those peep-hole shovels. Once upon a time those shovels were to win the war< After watching the firemen fight the Good Coinpany fire yesterday citizens generally were of the opinion that the firemen earned their wages. They made a great fight under the most adverse conditions. YOU CAN DO BETTER- ^/ HENNESEY&WlLSON DRY GOODS. MEN^ WEAR, BOOTS S, SHOES . NORTH LETHBRIDCE. CABS TO THE DOOR. Men's Overcoats Cost. at DOES NOT THIS COMBINE CALL FOR FEDERAt INVESTIGATION! Cartoon from the Chicago NewB. ' . �r^_- Get a 10-cent box. Sick headache, biiidusneSB. coated tongue, head a:nd dose clogged un with _ warhihgtof passenger and a cold--always trace this, to torpid freight vessels-t-tbe course which the,Uver; delayed, fermehting tood in the United States in the Sussex negotia-' bowels or sour gassy, BtoiaacJ). ! tions-gave warning would cause thei Poisonous matter clogged In the in-American government to sever diplo-' testines instead of beliig oast qiit of raatic relations. "'The note was re-!the system is re-absorbed Into the celved here with the most profound! blood. When this poison Teaches the surprise. There had been no official delicate brain tissue it causes conges-hint that such a, development was; tion and that dujl,,thrbhbing, stcken: coming. Presideni Wilson was in his office ing headache. Cascarets immediately .clean^O the when the text of. the German note stomach, remove th^