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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Xctbbrl&ae, Hlbcrta � �'' __ t DAILY AND V/EEKUV Subscription Rates: 10c DUly, delivered, per weeK .. Dally, delivered, per year ......�boo Dally, by maH.'per year ........ .Weekly, by mall, per year ��|�� 'W�ekly. by mall, per year to U.S.,Ji.i�� TELEPHONES Business Office .......... Edttoria! Office .......... W. A. Buchanan John Torrance HanaElng Director Dnfep ot expiry of sV.bscrlpUons ap-poar d.ny on nddresa '^l-a  '^^^X" anre of papers after expiration date Is our Authority to continue the iubscrlp-1 Uon. vour King and Country need you right now' Mr. Harrison tlien quotes the following passages from the Brazilian docu-mants: "I speak In the name ot hu-mnnlty and the neutrals of South America whose Industry and commerce are seriously affected by this most unaccountable war between the SJRtes of North America. The con-fsderato states assure luo they are oiilto ready to discuss terms of peace. When the aggrressive federals can show the same attitude peace will be made. It is inconceivable that the mighty state of which I am emperor should have no part in that enterprise," After demanding to have a voice determining the conditions on which such a peace shall be made nerma-nent" because a peace which did not I Include Brazil could not prevent a re-1862 ' nowal of the war. the emneror con-1224 tinned: "There must be peace. I say, I without victory. Both of you want / the same object and neither of you can Business Manager i get all you want^ The foundation of ' peace is the equality of states whether they are slaveholdine or "not, and etiuallty implies freedom." After defending slnveholding the emneror concluded: "I speak for the friends of humanity in every nation; my voice is that of true liberty throughout the world. These are Brazilian principles. Brazilian policies and thev are the sacred principles of manVInd." Mr. Harrison adds (hat President Lincoln did not reply to the emperor and is reported to have said to his secretary: "Take no notice of this hyriocritlcal swaggerer. The devil might as well preach a sermon that the only Godly peace was to give men THE LETHBRIDGE -DAILY ' HEftALD, MilRAINmiSJIIEll PICKBD UP IN-* PASSJHNG THE BUSY MAN THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Germany's announcement that as a last desperate effort to win the war, -r - - - .. .,, . . ,, ^, ., , and nations free play to break the she will abandon all restricUons in ^g^^ decalogue." her submarine warfare, has, brought | '--- United States nearer to the verge of; WILL U. S. COURSE BE participation in the world, conflict FRIENDLY NEUTRALITY P. Burns Combany store and a bakery at Oolden, B. C, were badly damaged by fire. Over 70,000 women are now employed In the British arsenals and dockyards, Brantford merchants have been caught with a Me.'^ican five dollar bill, one side of which looks like a Canadian and the other side like a United States bill. W. M. Connacher, manager of the Calgary branch of the Bank of Nova - - ......____ Scotia, has resigned from the bank to,the British Crown Assurance corpprJ accept the position of president and j atlon of Canada, with head offices in managing director of the Security' Trust company. Mrs. S. Olln Johnson, wife of one of Detroit's best known business men The Nova Sqotla legislature will meet on Thuraday, Fob. 22, , : -r The Oeo|(raphical Board ot, Canada mi�do i^-i, i m7i,o- tu !.,..� ha. Klren the name of CartAew. to a i^r^r^r^onl'^^y nl�?f��5rrS mpuntala to Alberta, after Lieut. W�- SaLv? Jha^ i a pti^v^n� ni.^wv Unm \t rnrtkonr oV, TMmnntnn .i'li. ijovod that J. A. RftmviUe, Chombly-vey^r who J^l It YnreT * " Vercljfere.be appointed deputy steak-veyor. who fell at^pres. , chairman of committees otthe Mrs. ThomnB Lee of Calgary '�"h�>'e-l�o�8'b- Ho expressed the opin- mo'^her oTm^'V X Nola'n and'ffi 'I'i,*^^ ,^I\�\'?:."lfrrdtV sri^iV/ '� aVarnro?pLs?rt^thrpr^ caigary in ^ posol ond Mr. Rainvllle's elecUonwas An application is being made for "^"^^ S^?,"LT T^ an act of parliament incor^oratln.^ ^ ^X'^l^Z^^'^'T^t ingtpn to the secretary of state to the effect that the German ambassodor Regina. had given notice that pledges In re-  . * T,=��mc. Bard to the restriction of aubmarine J. H. Bertram, collector of Qustoms operations would be departed from by for the port of Toronto. .Jws been; q^^^j^ subsequent to February 1. transferred to the port of Montreal to aniouhcement was received with and prominent socially, shot and take charge there during the absence ^^^^.^ silence, killed herself in her home. Despond- of the collector of customs, k. s. ' ency over continued iU-health Is believed to have caused her__act. St. Anthony's Roman Catholic �\Vhlte, and unUl otherwise ordered. Blondin Speak. Hon. P. Blondin, postmaster-gener-Miles Yokes the Toronto temper-'al, on a question of privilege, denied anco worker, has been aRpointed tliat he had made statements attrib- than ever before. Some hint of the possibility ot this must have been in Pj-esident Wilson's mind when he allowed the impression to go abroad that his peace notes were written in fear that^ further pursuance of the war could not fail to involve his country. Germany's announcement has ..been n direct slap in the face tor the presi- U Wilson heeds the sentiment of the church,"oxvllle. was com;^^^^^^^^^^^ ^o-^^^'^^^j'^^'^^'fl'^'^^''^^^ dTyed by fire. The cause of the' organizing the Dominion-wide proW-' palgn. He denied that li� �ver au-was a short circuit. The loss to bition campaign. He succeeds Mr t^,orized anyone to make an explana-uio nao n. =u ^ 4_�,..j!,, mt,,k,- oriin i-ocioTiort nn the eround Uon of his reported speeches. Mr Blondin said he had never stated Uiat some beautiCul statuary, represenU, that his first duty was toward, tiiBj $30,000. jy.m.c.A. The president of Costa Ricia, Al- FRIDAY. FEBfitJAfiy people could escape conscrliptlon by going across the border. He said that he had replied to Liberal speakers time provinces oil that the Indians on Quesn Cha.-' left open to him. If he has not already The Pacific Fishermon states th.\t British Columbia dogfish oil is intor- r"e|uesV wts'mTde'om the| c*apita"i: sGpporTed-by a great number I .scriptlon and that it wouUl soon be Hn" provinces for a sample of the of citizens. The administrative power brought into force by the Borden-Eng-ume pro>iui.B� lu. , conferred op the Minister of Ush-Protestant government. fredo Gonzales, was deposed from of-1 who had stated that the national ser-fice by the military forces of_the j vice cards w'ould be followed ^y^on^ severed diplomatic relations with Ger- East producers A. H. Buller, professor of botany at War. Federico Tinoco, as provisional chief of the Executive. (Prom Our 'OwncCorrespondent) Madeod, Jan... 3;l.-rrTtae welcoqa snow'.tbnn of'tHO'^ast two days suit, the farmer �aiu) J guarantees another big crop tor ifll?..During the fall of 1916, at Intervals ^e bad rain and snow storms sufficient to moisten the ground, 1 Mbua' conserving suiilclent moisture with the ftid ot this timely/ snow and frost, toi give growth during the coming season with even a small amount during the spring. . Many ot the farnliers are now busy' preparing seed grain tor 1917. A great demand for seed is being made on tbe farmers of Mableod district, as the tame of Macleod farmers and the grain t^ejr grow has'gone abroad. Thpy are hoW reaping the reward of such advertising as was'done by the agricultural society aiid board ot trade. The directors 6t the agricultural society are now busy on their prite list for the coming season, which promises to' excel all previous fairs. Hugh ^cliito^b', president of the. Macleod fair, is bttsy these days attending B6ed fairs in several Southern Alberta towns, in connection with the department ot agriculture. Curlers are having every satisfaction in playing, as' the cool weather seems to tavor them and the coal man at the same time. > Coal Situation Acute The coal- situation is very acute in Macleod. One dealer today had only 1^ tons and 15 orders to All. The others are almost the same, very to ours that akifli 4W,._- ,T _ ,^ ^ If you will only iiaa tha^rwt edy. Zam-Buk la th�i rt|ht;pr�para-tion tor all .uoh troiiblfiril.hftcaiii* Zani-Buk ia 8peelall]rv*da|ttwt':tor .obstinate and ohronletroubiai., San-Buk owes Its gria�:i^�**j'.^^;ibi unique herbal compdalUoa.' '1. Mr. W. D. Love. orjS.Han*Jt, Central Falls. R.I., U.'SiA;, i writ^: ; " Fjor nine month. iDif'rIiUM ion la*' dured a bad attack 61 Niaiekiiai^B bis face and head, the pain at.' tithes was interns'BndtaKhpU|h,':�o tried numerous rtmtfdlM al>dlapont dollars'upon dollars on doetoM.'ho got no relief. Finalljr weri |Mr-suadod to.use Zam-Bt)k. ' / i " To say-the rt.ultrf wewsratlfy-Ing ia putting it mtldlyt . Thel^Hrst fe'w ai)piIcation8 ended tha>|^tB and Irritation, and it wat loos ^laTidtnt tbnt Zam-\iuk was'effecting & eure. We persevered, with the result.that my little son is now completely cured. In the Inter'eit'a of iftUferipuf-terers you have mytary Club a,s it maj^ be called. We have recently drawn attention to the.fact that Lethbridge stands.in "need of such an organization; knowing that but a hint was! Uiiited States will go the length of needied to start the inotor. owners^ " ' " ot,_ .---- organizing. The benefits to be derived from an Another increase in the cost of to Germany the sentiment of United transportation of freight was an-,. . , , , , . nounced at Montreal by thfe cartage States' as a whole, a severance of agencies connected with the C.P.B., diplomatic relations with Berlin will Grand Trunk, and Canadian Northern be the immediate result. to go tato effect March 1, unless sus-  It � seeme hardly likely that the Ponded by the ' Dominion railway commission, and to apply to all of Canada, except that the larger centres � " � rates war .against Germany. She is not prepared for. war, but she is prepared to aid a great deal by her friendly neu-association of motor owners, are too[trality. Germany has shown herself^ numerous to require mention here,|in her true colors for all the worid to will be asked to pay higher than the smaller places. school scholars and friends. An interesting program was given by the scholarfj, atter which a social half hour was spent over the tea and cake provided by the teachers. A whist drive and dance given by the young people Of the R. c. church was held in ,the I. O. O. P; hall last ^;nittP�' was held in the I. o. o, v. naii ^lasi nerve-centerfc Your lA's I night and prtJvCd a. great success, both "*'L* IfurSoOlAiO as to numbers and finances, tbo ha 1 S5t?- F�!^lJ^��^ir .�� jrnment crowded all> the evening. Scotfs Emubion-but tee It is stiggestifed by-' M. Eugene Brieux, of the French Academy, that the governmentf establish an otflcial marriage agency, to supply eligible young women >wltb husbands after the wor. Before the.war there were about 200iOOO more single men i above the age. of twenty-five than lain^Ie women. Now, of course the, wpmeri outnumber the men. Mr. BrieuS/be- Chdrles Marcll, said that the raising of the French-Canadian brigade had hot been authorized in Quebec. The house then went into committee of the-whole on Sir Thomas White's resolution authorizing the government I- -----:, ,. to raise one hundred, million dollars. >>elng crowcied all the evening. He sald'^that-probably some of  the On Peb.lst the American Hotel money would be borrowed in Canada comes ^nrtder new management, the � .. -...j c..*,, ,� m, present manager retiring to attend to .....'be possibility manager pro- -da ,------ ----- . , record ot this , A. k. Maclean, ot Halifax, n. -s., Ifl"^ flass hotel, and will no doubt, said it would probably be secessary J-^^ *9 il'T^-Jl"*,,^/" 'for the minister of finance to go to vice tor which it has been noted-in the (United States tor a portion ot the i , . . . u . ^ money. ' He said loans so tar raised I ^Th�Queetfs_ Hotel-Teport business were not so "national" in character: ��ch better than at this time last as they might have been. The inves- year. -They are preparing, for a busy ,tors were largely peonle who have season during ^1917. \ lieves that there would be . miany! been accustomed to Invest in bonds i Snow enough for sleighing is what more marriagesiAf some wholly trust- andVsecurities. He suggested some ^. V^? }^'!!^^^^ report from the worthy agency existed to bring yoiung special organiza^'lon to get at the j s�"th district.^ i he^ people together. He also makes the people directly. | continue tor the month ot February, interesting suggestion that the dower sir Thomas thought the number of be abolished as a national custom, small subscribers to domestic loans The lack of a marriage portion has I had been large and that it had been """In every, way successful largely owing to the friendly co-operation of the banks, the people and the press. �the fooitonicthatjwlfrt^ . troubles. It. pu�^ oDid Iiy�p a cell-building food to ipiurify/and enrich the blood ahtf^o^Uh Yoiir that you get SCptTS. Bcott & Bowne. Toronto. Ont. W-Vt YOU CAN DO BETTER- /// HENNESEYaWILSDN DRY GOODS. MtN'jVvr'iR. BOOTS * smoi-. s NDR1H LlETHBRiOCE. cars to the qoor Men's Overcoats Cost: . at always been the great barrier to the matrimonial hope of Frenchwomen ot the middle and lower classes. see; -president Wilspn cannot surely be.lqnger deceived by smooth sounding phrases cloaking a dagger point at the throat ot humanity. If the.president is sincerely desirous ot bring- but one or two of the leading', advantages may be referred to, The.motor owneci'now that he is to be found as ti-equently in the country as in the eltyti? a big force for good roads; pro- . yidedhjs efforts are properly directed..ingabout peace that will last he can  tJo-bpieratlon among motor owners canibest do it by aiding the allies to ac-! inak^ the roads of Southern, Alberta. copujU^u thpir ends^the complete a joy to the heart of the autoist, and crusiiing of German militarism. Some a great boon to the tanner who has aid in keeping the sea lanes clear of heavy loads to haul. Gernuin submarine pirates would be In the matter ot making travel easy, appreciated, it Is true, but Britain an auto club can do much in the way^^eems to have foreseen the day when 'ofi preparing maps of the country German trighttolness would be loosed round and putting up signs for the on the world, and her fleet of mosquito submarine chasers is said to be ready for the worst. One may, expect direction of strange drivers. The Herald hopes the local. club will see that the' tanner auto owners' a slump-in shipping for a while until are made to feel the organization is-as- the situation clears,.but .if the worst much theli^ as the motor owners ot comes to the worst Britain and her the city. For the farmer member is allies can convoy enough shipping to in a posIOon to do much more for ke^p them in munitions and foodstults good roads than can the city member; until the end. There is this consola-The roads are vital to him and he will.tibn^ at any rate, that even if allied see that they are kept in shape. The Herald extends its heartiest shipping ' la "restricted, causing some hardships through lack of foodstuffs. go6d wishes for the success of the, Germany's Internal condition is a hun- prbposed organization. dred times -worse. The pressure is beginning to make the Hun squeal. A DEADLY PARALLEL- 1865 AND 1917 Now that Kaiser Wilhelm has throv/h President Wilson's peace plan back in his teeth with an unbridled submarine 'campaign attached, it is, Interesting to note that during the Civil War between the North and the South, President Lincoln received a "peace without victory" note from the King ot Brazil, and one of the most interesting things about the .king's note and President Wilson's is that their language in so many in- The proposal to form an Auto Club Stances is parallel. Frederic Harri- l�ere is along the; right lines. It will son,* discussing this peace note to help tjie good roads agitation through president Lincoln and. drawing a dead-1 the south. Get behind the movement, if parallel! to Wilson's note, says in Good-bye Bernstorff. Sorry Von Bopp can't go along. Here's hoping Wilson busts his typewriter and can't buy, beg, borrow or steal another. It is hardly likely U. S. will go to war, but friendly neutrality is a whole lot better than trying to keep a tottering seat on the fence. the Ix>ndon Morning Post: : "The langiwge used by bis majesty so closely resembles the rescript ,ot the senate Just delivered by President V^ilson that one thinks that the president recently looked up the emperor;* mandate and its words were etched to his mind.'' The mayor handed Hon. Mr. Cro-thers a left-handed compliment when he said in his wire that the coal shortage was due In part to the fact that the government had fooled the people liito believing there would be no strike. Tea and coffee do disagree with many. And in these A&y^ of accurate scientific knowledge there's no virtue in appearing astonished when this truth is faced. Caffeine (the drug in coffee, and in tea also) leaves the system in an overworked and debilitated state, and is responsible for various serious ills and discomforts. ^ Thousands who desire an appetizing hot table beverage with none of tea or coffee's drawbacks, find a most delightful cup-one containing no deleterious substance whatever-r-in POSTUM -the pure cereal food-di'iiik. Nourishing, economical and wonderfullydd^^ 'I W^miere's a Reason'' OarriMon (Ont.) Child Saved by Dr. Cassell'f Tablets. MR. COflBY, HARRISTON P.O.. ONT., writes:-"Just a few lines in praise of Dr. Casacl'.? Tablets. Our iittle girl was weak from Wrtb, � end though we tried doc; tor's roed'eine and other things she got no better.' She just Uy In her cot and cried, and neighbours all said we could not save her. Then t read aboMt Dr. Ca�sell'8 Tablets. I sa d to ttiy wife, ' while there's^ lite there's hope'j' we will try these Tablets. We did, and from the first box we could eee a change in the child. She seemed to rest niote coiiifqrtnbly, and slept well at night. We kept on giving Dr. Cassell's Tablets till she was/18 months old, an.d now at Ihree.years I doji't .think there can bb i' h'eaUhiei Chiild in the whole Dominion. The.. docto|!8 said she had ' itomacli trouble, and that her - Chances' 'Wire �ra�Ui ,yet Dr. Cas-aeU'sxTabletit enured her. Theyhivebeen worth their weight in gold'to us,-tor we were just giving up hope-, of savipg our, fitUiel^laughtcr. I don't tbinli.tijere is any other medicine tor childf en like Dr. Csiseiri Tablets. X may say my yfite has taken thim ' for 'hetves, and th�y have built her up splendidly-Publish this letter if you like; it may help others aa Che Tablet! helped us," BrigAl. haahhy. happy children, full of life mdae'ivitjrr tvery mathit wanlt her babiet to be like that. Are youn 7 if they are not, if they are weakly or fretful we lay it in all tineerity-the surest way yUti inill Mer find toiui'dup etrength and vitaUty in their little frame i* a conraa of _ Dr. CaueU'e Tablet: Tablets FREE 8AIVIPL.E. On receipt of 6 oentB to- cover mailinc and packing, a genorouB free lamplo will be  ent at once. Addrqai: Parold.P. Hit______ 10, McOaa Toronto. A Co., Ud.. ~ Bl-BtJtO*t, Dr. Cawell's Tablets ane N.utritivc, Rcrtoratlve, Alt�r*th�, and Aiiti-^p.asmodic, and tho re^otuiaca i-cme