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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR r DAiLY eubEcrlpllon delivered, per iveeK IOC Dally, delivered, per year mall.'rcr year........H.OO by per year ......H-BO by mill, per year lo U.S..S2.00 TELEPHONES. Business Office............... tutorial Office W. A. Buchnnjn John 'iiinaBing Director 1 Mr. Harrison Ihcn quotes Iho follqw- liig iwEsaees from Iho Ilraillloii docu- speak tn Iho nauie of Im- mnnlly nml tho neutrals of SoulL America whoso iiiduslry nnd uierce Rro seriously affected by Mils most unaccountable WOT between tbe Stnles of Korjli America. Tho fiideralo slates assure uio tlicy are ready to discuss terms fit pcare.l PASSflVG BUSY MAN' P. Uurns store and When Ilia federals bakery at Goldeu, D. were badly i.. ijaniaeed by flro. Over women are uow om- ployca In tbe llrlllsh arsenals am] dockyards. DrABUord merchants liavo bcci: caught with B McLean five dolUi bill, Ilia'tamo iieaco wjll be nuJe. It Is' Inron'reli'iblo Ilial the nilghty slato o( which I am emperor should Uave no part in that eiiter- After deraaniiiiie to liavn a voice determining (ho conditions on eucli .a peace clmll be nmrto nernia- noill" because a peace which did not Include nrazll could not prevent a rc- nou-al of Ihe war, tho emperor con- tinued: "Tlicro must be peace, 1 tay, without victory. Boll! cf you want ttio same object ajld neither ol you can get all you want- The foundation of peace Is the equality of slates whelhor or 'liol, and TUe Nova Scotia leslBlat moot ou Fob. 22, Tho GeoerapiilVal Board o( Canada has-'given tho liarno of mountain hi Alberta, after Wil- liam M, Catlhow, uu Kdmontort voyor, who fell at Ypres. lira. -Thomas of Cajgary, ono side ot which looks Ilka a Cana-j mother of Mrs, J. N'olan tvnd dlan anil Lho other side like a United Florence Lee. Is dead. Sho States bill. Calgary In 1881, W. II. manager of 'tbo branch or tlio IJatik ot Nova Scotia, has resfened from bank _____ accept the nosltlon'of president pnnd atlon of Canada, with head offices In pear 'Vour Country right you THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR truo liberty throuehout Hie world. These aro Brazilian principles, Brazilian policies and Iliey ore Iho tacrej principles of manVlnrt." r Mr. Harrison adds that President Lincoln did not reply to the emperor and Is reported to have said lo Ills "Take no notice ot this hynocrllical swaggerer, the .devil Germany's announcement tual as a mlehl as well preach n sermon that tho only Godly peace ivas to give men and nations frea play to break the de'calosue." i-ht last desperate effort to win-lne war, shQ_'crill 'abandon, all restrictions tu her EUbrnarlnc warfare, has brou United Slates nearer to Iho 'verge of) WILL U. S. BOURSE BE participation ih'tho world, conflict' FRIENbLY NEUTRALITY than ever betore. Some hint of the possibility 'ot this must have been In President Wilson's mind when na al- lovred the impression lo' go abroad thai" his peace notes were written In that further pursuance of the war could nol fail to Involve his country. Germany's announcement lias .been n direct slap in the face for the p'rcsl- dent, is open cleflaac. of proposals, and is in violation or all Ottawa, Feb. liousc met 1Mb afternoon Sir Robert nordon movedl-tlint J. A. nnlnvlllo, Clmnibly- Vorclicres'Vo nppbluled er QBil chairman ot committees of tho whofq-houEO. (to evprcsseil tlia opin- ion that Sir. Rulnvlllo would mako a capable and UcCul-presiding officer. was no opposition to IhQ.p Bal and Mr, Italnvllle't election director of the Security Trust company. Atra. S. Oltn Jobnsoa, wife of ouc of llcgina. J. H, Bertram, collector of for of Toronto, Jias been i Ington to Iho secretary of slato to t effect that tlio German ainbaBEQi dad given nollco that. pledges In gard to the restriction .of anbmar Would no departed frpnlb) Detroit's besL knowa business men transferred to port ot Montreal ciihcnnnonl In 4'kl4WIL o uvol BILUllu IILUL1 I rrt llal VI IUU IU }IUIl Ul LU n1l.A 1 aid prominent socially, ehol and take charge -there during lha abaoucc' killed herself In Lor home, -13esp'oud- of Iho collector of customs. It. S.( oncy over continued JU-health IB be-' Keyed to St. Anthony's Roman. Catholic n will White, and until otherwise, ordered. Blondln lion, P. Illondin, poslnmslor-gener cliurch, Lepnoxvllle, was completely i chairman of'tlie committee Miles Vokes, tho Toronto on a question of privilege, denied auco worker, has been appointed thai had ins tic si cite in cuts Htlrlh him tri Hi a Dorchester catu Warbnr, who reslgocrt on the ground hU reported speechca, Mr IhBL'blk (irst duly vas .toward, tlio V.M.C.A. Uloudln said Ii0 hail never slated Uia could escape conscrlytton by destroyed by fire. Tlie cauge ol; the -organizing' Iho Dominion-wide, prohl- lie donlcrt ho ever ov was H shorl circuit. -Tho.Joss toibillon campaign, .Ilo succeeds anyone lo liiake an lha church and .conUnls, Including......' -------J bAauilCul. slatuary, represents r The raciflc Pishoruian stales Rritish Columbia ilopfiali Oil Is hitcr- the Eastern trader. Recently n request was uiado from, (lie i'i-ri- linio provluc'eB for' a eauiplo of ihe 1 JaiiV; nov Btorm of two days eulU Ho farriifir -anij anpttier bJg crop for 1917- DurJiifi tho fall of intervals.we liqJ rain and EuJllclctit 16 moisten lUa conscrvltig jnoliturc'with llio of Hits timely GROW ojiti''frosL, io'Klvo growth during .ho comliif reason oven A em a I1 luiouiit'during tlio Many of HLQ ftirirfcrii aro now busy .eeed- for 1917, great ilbinand for, HCcd Is helng mado oii tnc (aniiors p[ Sfticlcoc) district, as tho fnnja.of Mauleo'd far rue ra nnd tho grain' ETOW baagone nliryail. Thpy aro liovr. Veaplng Iho reward of such advertising ria 'was' dona by Lho agri- cultural arid hoarcl of trade- of tho ------------Jl my KJU en-; The president of Costa Hlca, AV he across Lho border. Ilo EO. Id that ropllcxl lo J.ibcrnl speakers fredo Gonznlos, was deposed frorn'oC-f had stated ilial Lho national acr- (Ico by the forces ol capital, supported by-e great nu i cards would ho Followed by con and lliat ft ivould soon bo lElu heeds the sentiment ot th.0 (hat the Indiana on Quesa Ctia American republic as mirrored In Islands put In order _ that il dalljr press, he has only one course left open to him. If lie has not already severed diplomatic relations with Ger- many, ho will have lo do E-O, and call be compared with, the ol! uf iho East [iroducers. A. ll. Enllcr, rrofessor "of botany at llio Manitoba ynJTerslly, told lion for the return of Ambassador Gararil Val. Wakter and 'H6p...Dr. Thornton ot cUi7cns. Tha odnilnlstrattve power.brcughl Into force by tho Dorden-Bag- was conferred Mlufctcr lish-ProtcsttvnL government. War, Federico Tinoco, as provlslona chief of tlic ExecuLlve. Tho price-of-matches has .boon toosted from rivo to eight conta box. MalcheV are mostly. slsn them.1 Bald Mr.'plpndln, "that service lipl mean people and aa 'such 1 advised Iho lured by the; "Eddy, gorporallon. .Mr. pignilia lie limTidde'cl "Slrict acrountaWlity" Wilson's! 'f13' nas probable thai- Hie rust Edilj'Vvva? mehilonej at WInnlpeE by (hnt'lf conscrlptlmi caiuo-lt would 1' worked injury to-lhe.crop lasl Mayor as -the ,com. OFCnij-. fliero ivas 110 present EaLed on tlio bao concern thai' Uses Ihe prices Ql, part Of the eovcrn- .i maj. Eell ils lo trine In coiiscrlptlon sud lasti aficr to was leaves of the _ tbo'president's ultimatum so long as grows on the plains of North Dakota, promises erer given lo the Slates. purpose. nut that TUo first quarlcrly dlvidend'of Itfi society sro'now :bUBy on lliclr prlzo Itst for eeason, vi'Mch pro- mUe'E fairs. Hugh McIiitpBh'.V prcaliloul of. tlio buey :lhcso days at- tending Ebed fatra In eovcral Soulhorn AlbflrtftHowns." lii-connect ton with (he department ot agriculture, Curlors nre having every Bullgfuc- tlon In playing, ag'tlie cool weather s coin a lo.fdvor them and tha coal im at Uio sarue Coal Situation Acute Tho" coal Bffufltfoh la very acuto fn 'Ono dealer today had only and'15. orders lo fill. The others are tho: -Banie, very many, orders.and no If coal Is not roc'civccl within Lho neit' tfl o days much Buffering will bo caused both In toiyii and .country. Tho. reduction "In'tlie gas pressure liresalonMhai' there was cause to look, for another, shut 'oil. whtcli would provo. even worse-than the coal (o 'cure'tbit jou will o tlcq (nr Zaiii-Uuk Bpcriallj1-Jdjp Zaci- uutciuo herbal Air. :W. U, Mvfl, 9U Centra] FaJIs, "For nine inon .durcd bad.a.-.- 7 Ms face and .'it .times vaa 'dollars'upon dollars on got no relief, Euaded IO.UFG Zam-Uult.- iulify- Ins 19 putting It njililyt fcW o'niillcalkita endfd.tbi paiMnd It wii'io'cm that Xam-Wuk We pcreeverRd, with the repull IKit my Hllle son la completely Cured. In the Intereilf ferer3 you have 'mV'pt publish wlnl x von'tlt'rful Uiik bas wrought In my Za'pvDuli Is ringworm, (calp bUTDfl, scalds, ciils anrt' ill All drujglslsand sloreJ.'orZam- Co., Toronto. boi, I for MONTREAL CLEARINGS MonlrcAlj Feb.1" clearlnga for Iho week ondlrig last year, V A A IIfO fflll 111fitfi 'Illlt J Ill U I UU If Ul II UUI I the. nest proof of this was that Ihe of'.four thousand miles of bomdary line comba.L Ihe new submarine warfare jzauon. uexmaay meo. io wors at Naval peg "is years'ago to iake the mannge- rosolutton authorizing I cards ,to gain S. sympathy ty nt cadets .will :ment 'of Quite-rich 10 raise jpnp hundred. Iho go'vcruiiientj million in'nd ll' f c' HI Jjalijas.. incau iruucui-nui rLienL Ol HUlUJricJv LU imoy yitu iiinnvii a 01 stpiae smaii ia-lMjng0'ut peace proposals, even Iboiigh. enter, the navy with the same" sland- salaryor He was some of tb'e ..crulscra which palrol Ihe seas (i a peaceH Scornfully, re, j Ing submarines, -i s graduates of the Darlmoulh AUTO OWNERS ARE ON THE RIGHT TRACK teeth wllh impunity, .poe cannol con- ceive.of the American people arniifesr- ID j In the Kaiser's latest, declarp'-ion Herald "is" pleased (o note that o( unbridled piracy, and If President .the motor jjwnefsvdfiLetli bridge .are'J Wilson, doe's his duly In representing I oreanfzaUon." of an J to Gerrnanr the seDtimect of United June. Sir Rodmohd has been suffering 'from ,ln: flueaza for some. Lime "past, and will remain In south-'until spring. He will go on later to Victoria aad California: of cessful tbftt'at'iue time ot hts death money 'would be borrowed In CanaJa he enjoyed a yearly salary of H is '.Ly- M. Eugchb Drleux. of IhaTreach Lu'e establish marriage AutVciuli.' as It Slates- v'Wf J -1 a .irhole, ti severance .Another 'Increase In. -the cost Tai by ihTcirtago oflageucies connected with the C.P.H., she ia prepared to evening. On Hhe American Uolel coip'ca 'iinder" jiaw, managenicnl, Iho present'manager'retiring to at lend Co is the food-tonic that-poinritta these troubles. Its liver'oil U i rich ana ;nourish i nerve-cent'erk Yoiir. J ength lee r you get SCOTTSL i YOUCftNDOBETTER- OHY GOODS. I BOOTS li SHOES I NORTH LETHBRIDGE- CARS TO THE DOOR people- interesting suggeglion--.that Ibo-dpU'ef be abolished ft national Sir Thomas'thought "the number of subscribers' lo domestic' Idans The lacK-.of a marriage portion has J liad" been large and thaTit nad been always been the great barrier in aveir, ow- matrimonial hope of Frcnchwoiqen'of Ing to the friendly co-operation.of. the the middle classes. ,banh3, thc'pcople and the press. _ Tho an association ol motor owners are, shown herscll nuinerous to require in her true colors for all >tLe World to hut one or twg of tbe l y. ke referred. to.-; Tho. motor that he is to be found as iWilsqn cannot surely, bejqng'er deceived ;by smootli' sound-' Ing phrases cloaVing a frequently ;in the country. as; in tbe] at the throat oi hum'anitr.. It ,'rjtyi'ls a'blg forcc'fpr .Elnterely desirous o( bring- .Tilled blaefidria Directed. peace. that-vrifl can: among motor bwiiers IL'Tiy aiding the allies lo ac-i rnako' lie of Eoutjicrn. AlbeiU. their _ complete to Lhe heart ol the auloist, and crushing _pf German ,a to the. farmer has heavy loads to haul. aid in keeping the sea laaes clear of Gennan, Bubmanne -pirated -would up signs for the! on the. and her of mos- driTcrs. jquitp aubmarlnc chasers is-sald to be s Ihe" club- ready lor the worst. One njajrc-ipect Ihft matter of travel easyj appreciated, It Is but Brllalp nn flnto club can do nwch in the wftj-'seems to have" foreseen the day when 'of-, preparing raap's of TTfhe country'-' Gennari frig hi fulness be loosed round signs for the! on the. and her of mos- direcUoD. of strange' dri _ Herald 'hopes will aee'that the, farmer antq owners'a'slump'in shipping (or a while unlll are made lo'feel ihe organization is- the .situation clears, .but. If the worst much tbe molar- owners of: cornea to, the Tvorsl .BrIUlQ "and her-' tbe city. For ibe fanner member. can convor enough shipping 'to' In apposition lo do much .more for .iefep them .In munitions and good roads than can the city member. "until tho end. There ia this consola-; The roads are vital lo him and he will tlon at any mle, that crcn If ssc thai tepl In shape. sbVpinV reslrlcied, causing some Herald ertentlg Its bearHest- hardships through lack of toodstulfB, good jTvlshes the .success of -the. Genuany's interbal condition Is a hun- proposed organization. d'reJ limes -worse. The pressure Is lujglmilng the Han squeal. .Tea and coffee (lo disagree with :niany! And iii these, idayg ,of ac- kiiowlcdgc there's no virtue in. appearing astonished r when this U'utli Is raced. A DEADLY -IBW'AND 1917 NOTT that kaiser Wilhclm Las tbrow'n. President Wilson's peace plan 'baclv 'in his an unbridled Good-bye Beraslorff. Sorry Yon Bopp can't go along. Ifere'si hoping Wilson busts hi; submarine" 'campaign la lypewriUr and can'l buy, beg, borrow -.Interesting .to note that during, tbe or stea? another. .'CiVIl belveen the'North and the Lincoln, received 'a "wl'houl nole from the King of Brarii, ana oae ot the most Interesting things about the and Presfdenl fs It Js hardly Iftely U, S. will go to war, but friendly neutrality Is a whole lot better than trying lo keep a loller- log seal on the tehee. In so many In- to form an Aulo..tnub stances Is "paraUel. Frederic Uarri- bwe Is along the; right lines. It discussing this peace note td'heIP roads agiLillcn through Prcsldeii.1 Uocoln and, drawing a dead-] lhe "ulh. Gel behind the movement parallel Wliaon's note, says In] Ihe loidftn Morning (.The mayor handed Hon. Mr. Cro- "The langnage.used by a cornplEment so closely resembles the rescript of j he -aid In his wire that the coal short- age was due in part to the fact that the government, had fooled the people I' Ihe senate Josl deUvered by Presldenl lhat'ono Lhlnks that Iho presl- ueal recently JqoXed up the cmpcror'a mandate and -words were etched Ja hii mind.'" into elrike. there, would be no in coffee, and in tea also) leaves the system in ah ovenvorkcd and debilitated state, anil :is responsible for various'ser- ious ills ''V Thousands.who desire an appiptixing liot table beverage whli-noiic of tea pr-coffee's find a inost delightful contain- ing no deleterious suhslance POSTUM in'irc cereal fooil-ilrink. Nourishing, economical and wonderfully delicious. i a Reason" roiti Birth Darriston (tot.) Child Saved by Dr CasseU's Tablets .r' MR. COREY, HAnRlSTOH P.O. a few lints in praise of-'Dr.-Casac'.l's.Tablets. Our iltile' glil r'as weak froin though 'we liied doc> Lsr''cine'1- other -thinga'she no by In criedj.'-and boiirs all we could not sivcvher'. Then 1 icad-a lels, 'I sa'd'lo'niv .'while thcrc'Sf Life thsie's will' try Tablets. and'from .Itic first boi.-ive cbulil ice a chinge in (lie child. She secmtd Iti rest "coniforlnMyi anil slcjit ell it nighl. -'JVft'Kepl on giping Dr C e till sh? iiiontha cldj ....Bn'jAl, fisalthy, happ-f children, full of life andt every fnotftif tttnlt fiaifcJ To be !ikt that. Are. Jrofrt 7 if are not, if they are aeakly or fretfal tot toy it in 'ail surest way 'ytHt'iaill find fo'lai'a vf ttvenflfi and vitality in their little it a of V. v nd no-v I three >c r I don I th nfc ihfrc "can bo Ja child "In the whole Dominion. The. doctors' said had'? ettraach trouble.''- and Mhat her cbanU Cas- Jtll'SiTabJeli ciiiecl Tbej'haye been worth their weight in gold to for re juiL giving up saving 0 T 1 Ulc 1 don't Ihink.tberc Is 'bUiVr -wedl- children like- Tablelf. -I ny r (e 1 as t tea (ot ncnes, and they hive built ler bn dlr Publish tMs letter, if yon i.l may help'olhbn a the helped FrtEfi SAMPLE. On' 'receipt of' 5 ctali to corcr maillnp And pnck- faff. n gcntrooB (ttc ntnplo wlU i en I a I an cc. Addront: ITiroM F. Ritchie .V Co.. UO- McOdlil-etrdtl. Dr. (JaSiill's TaWfti aro XolritlreT RciloratlTft, .iBd Lht. rcmcdr.for NcrwMJi Ireahdown Hal nulriilin Murte Watting DiMAMS InUntiTi Kidney Trz'jbli Paipitatitn Mcurailhenia DyipcpiU Vital for' r.nrslnr ind Uunng the rcrlwle 6f iifp. 5oM b? ItiVoucJioiitCinitU Trlrca; One M ih War rwr. ;