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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta roun TiitV r'.ETtiiiRiDr.F. nAiiy K'OAILY AND i Subscription Dally, delivered, per wecit yesr Datljv by mall, per year Weekly. 6y mall, per year 'y, by mall, per year to U He .'.JS.OO TELEPHONES iJu'slncss Office ..............T ftjltorlal Oitico W.'.A, Budisnan JfaWne nirnctor Dimness Manage Daic1-'''of''expiry "ol siibscrlptloni af pfar d.-'.ly on address la'jol. ciif auihnrily to coullnua Ibo iubscrli x', -Uon. ull offers lint no such, gulf exists be- iv'ecii Frcncli-spcakliiB I'eoiile of Ilils ooun- ry as man) on both sides.were lie- Inning to fear IranUi a grcafiiumbtfr of Iho .ngllshEneaklng of Canada vcro' getting InlQ "ii .irauiif.'oi mind vhlcli threalencJ permanent.aneer lit vltnl llicy were simiwslng lo bo Frencli-Oaiirvdian Indifference Id Iho icrll of" Ihc'British wo will not say llio peril of this Umpire, or wo will .not admit lliat Ilils.Km- >lro can bo put In uerll by niiy.cmt- pld'd enemy, no matter how slrpnn or Ihe honor aud-bro Hiei-hbod of Ihe Kraplre. The result of tho lest In Dorchester seems lo sa> such- rear on llio parl of do liraktng veoiile of Canada has PICKED FOR THE. BUSY MAI Vjur'klno s.nd Country "AKVTHINC'TO OEAT CptifqVvatlves In Iho west were all prlnYed'iast week to eicuse n possible vloW'a'Oif Hun. Alter! Sovtgny-by lliere hid hcen .a prals lo drfelt tho-cabinet minister lire told by our non- friends, has dropped tlio ;t luask arid Is now an out- and-out Tory. They wore, rcidy for a.H.ileclton campaign fousht on the id' in cave WW THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The InliiMtiou lhat very serious de- vclojiiuents ulll arisi from the iion between U. S. r.ml Germany as n result' of Hit liefraan' arinounycment ijt unreslrlcled subnia.riiio warfare, is gi7qrftu opportunity 16 brrim um vjco Q .the'imly news that came yesterday] alliance by which from Milnd'iS closed doors of tlio sir .Itouert .Borden has hern holding president's 'conference with his cab- EOnie-power in Quebec. luet anrt other? ..of'povser. sqd Conservatives In Eng- Inrhience.. TK-or-ly possible'action HsK-speaking Canada confounded that can'ho the presid-nt. it Sirs, Vfi S. Murphy, of nosslauil, U, C., dlcil suddenly of apoplexy. A. St. McClollna, cx-fioveriior of Now nwiuwlck. Jled at his honlo In Klvorsldo In Ms STtli year. _ At Houston, was granted to Kivald t'rcdey. on. the ground ot cruelty. He'was U.o tenth Husband of Mrs. Fiede. Thos. It. Kneby-, barber, Is In Ihe, Onlarlo Jail on a charge ot bigamy, committed In November. Joseph has' decided lo abandon nojnluallon for tin federal houso In Cariboo; to telurn lo England. Mrs. James Filler daus ter of Ihe liostop financier, Mr Thoinaa sons to Kfi as nurtie. T ;t Wcntworih County Council Un compiled with tLo rcflucat'for an Ii creased grnnl" for; l.ho J'l'-trlqtlo Kuu end voted 55.0Q5 a.inonlli to the tune Quebec; W. A. Roys of Strap SlmconV Conservative, said In the __ day "that the .defeat j Douglas ..nriiivu b'f'.Viciori of IToJvMr, "SjBvijny vvo'ulcl he the.best jhas been appointed lo .succeed th IhhTg OiabcpuM Lapp'en late C'niil. J-.U, qorc. is.suflerlnlc Lh0 victory oi Sevisny, II is Inlcr shipping has tor organ, of Ihe Bordt-n government resumed but the'eve of Hie Dorchester election Fhtpsins la'paralyMn and Eome of the' 'published an expose of. neiiinii Atlanilc liners 'havo .orders [Tmn'orlslist, .'for uso amon L lo sail- The milority pf the neu'-j Ales. ShiijJdB, tuuiijcr- an ot Baskaloon, illeci suijilcnly ,nl io Hotel Vancouver. Wllllani WllsoiiTfor many ;.yearfi aln dcsjiatcher at the Sarnln luu. el for (ho G.T.H., wna dead In Twti Views of The War; Uenl. llobln Walt, a Cr, ov, Ecrving wilb the 2nd Yorkshire cgluicnt lias received Iho -Military ross. Tlio canlllevcr brlilgo, lio Mlculgnu ccatral S'ligara, -Fulls, fe lo Lo rebuilt, anil rork haa already started. clwrpliT-Pot Arthur, has exlcnued u ec.ll lley. i. Mclnloairoi SI. Tiiowas iliurct, Saskatoon. J, P Mcl.coa, formerly doinily'al-' tornoy general of 11. 0. Is was a lallvo of ValleyflGlu. I'.KI., nnd was-at ono time, iil-iiicliiitrot Uie Victoria, high nav..'Dr. Chown has been., electee! rst vice-cliiilrmnii of -V'ore'lgii Missions Couferenco of Nfrlli' Auicr- Ica, which will meet In (Ja'rdon City In January, 1918. T lie next .session of conference will be 113 vicadl'iigot Blr.'Wiifrli1 Gouln at lie biit ''B' -J0lailvely..-Binall liumbor of I incn'-ot Bor'i'ico' that: of "Tlj'o1 -pazotlo '.nnd. ortlcleii wrlllen Tpronto wltliHLQ object of' liiad-dug' lialrcd o[ hlbyr'al- Ism and lU leaders on both Glues of (Toronto Globe) I111" 'AUniitlc, do' grqai harm to (ha ilcalres lo preccnt io Ha Dointnlou'siid lo Alllod nation., twu vtcvs of llrlliiliru rela- Uvoauso; Ilioy, lead lo bp, lie cr'eal vvar." 'flic first Is Hevo Hint having Ulun'lcred Into tde wllfrlJ Uuirlcr, Ihc' lion hvnr'wo'ivoulil bo' gliul of any reason- of the Liberal narly, "bio maho an Ignoralnlo'aa with Persia- and iiiallBiilly ueclare Hint Ho Is an llio law.Icr view of (lie wavls the en" uy'of'the K.npiro, if relurncil vlow .of ,lho new e. oibver would not carry on nau'aila'j bolloyo will! -.liliu ,11m ivliellier the pai n Ilitfwar wllli' vigor. Si.eaklne world of the future, dull be ono of y.m in >MU 11 _mt_ glory or.pf _Rhailow rests on Iho de- cision Uic'yputiK inen LU ViJiom Hie eal] Kopa lor -Imnmn Irccilo'in and'for ri- UriscJ uppn Justice, jmu Irutli.. Ml I III) Tl illl I al said: 'It Is Urltnlri tliat Dili, hlu Is ot war today, Wns It Hrltaln witch was Invaded In J9H1 Was "U oh Urltaln IhtH; floruiiny a unanimous .vole "members o tho Essex County Council -In' scsslo at Sandwich odonted: i iv. Irecomniend-'td ilie Council, that }'i5 r_....r_Bhpuld we participate in b6 iuis year .by'taxatlo ipoiieri for. a severance with Germany p'rjsent j-criainly. It was Sir o tQe Canadian National Pa Laurier, the g Sevisny's beiug war Is almost Inevitable as a to the Germany's" cold, blooded policy LUIJ1 war. jjulch papers "frankly dlsctss situation and are almost as out- es Is- iuo press ot America. .The n'ewa-.from fronts flim: bnl arlilicjy- seems to ba -__i I i who fl riollo Fund. I. The Couiiy Council of.'Dufferin U cided that "should the Palrioiic Fund of JS.loO, and the nei Cross cac monthiV fifth Et. Winifred's Well, the most-, fam' 0113 la Iho llfilish Isles, and for ceu Inrles tho'uiccca for pllsfinis froii 1 parts of Kurope, has 'gono'.'dry he Incident lias created tho llttlo-glcturcsquo elied on Ibe well tor its livelihood, he well, gave np raoro aliens per minute. Tho tender of, the I.uinrj'o'rinen's rust company of Portland, .Ore., for Le purchase of ity of Vancouver 5Vi per I 9S.S1, was accepted Van auvcr city council, this lender, being ho highest of five cmsWcrciI. .The roods were Issued against Iho ar ears of tases for Ihe year'1910'. Approximately 25 per cent. national service cards Issued 'by th lostal carriers In elurned.to the o returns made out by Posimasle were card taken out: by" Ibe carriers were (leaving' rl still accounted for. Ilev. Dr. Andrew ly, minister of SL-James' byteria'a cd the positioh'.of exccuti._ of the Presbyterian association which Is opposed Unprganic union- .lora. .Many iiave bcen'woundcd, many have lUei hut It was nut for Drllaln "tlinl Ihey fouflil. They gavo (heir lives freely and loyally that France, as part ot llio comity o[ live and consuls I'ler r'olo at the head ot civiliza- tion. And It U for that iuenl Hint I am here- lo ask young Cannil- lans, ami especially- youne take their '.-part in n'war which is ono for Sir Wilfrid's view Is lhal whlcl colvcu, 'fro'tu' Ihe Itcglna pollco guying tlml' I.afle'jr, 'al. lunk teller In llio Un Ion bank'Vt Sc'cpter, Hnak., .was want c'd.'oirft.'ch'argc' .of forgery. Le.fleur Is Jail 'awaiting Iho nrrlval o officer ffoni lo'toko him back.'.. -NO'- CHANGE 'IN' SAILINGS Central CJom- Freucluslilp ownera Inform- ed 'Press loilay lhal the submarine policy j no" chango wlmtcvcr in IIIIUIIID ,1VJ.. .u ..._. every man who loves-and honors the 1 -from ('ranee, homeland-holds: "It Is not tor1 ...talo that Brilaln Is at war toilay." lor part in Ihe colossal struggle 13 uouthat ot ft, nation seeking to ng grandlzo herself at tho expense-oil icr rivals. She could stood aside 1 nicompanliyb safety hail she been vllllug to break her woru. to treal scrap of paper thq treaty guar- anteeing Delfiiiim aeainst invaslon. Uut she chose the belter'part oined herself with Prance In a slrug: ;lq to prevent Ibe world from silting in shackles under the shadow ot Ger- ma'n "militarism. That Is-llio' Laurier occept; s oppose Presbyterian and MellioilSt" churclies. Goddess ol Slercy, b.ul whjch in Amer iiTCTCd In Washineton and truth: 'VvTien Br'i- action has been latca. war, Canada Is -i people ;jlue riry-should '.-another protracted period ol lime and'Imperial in till Tbera Ecems t6.be only One obTiouaj Jourse btfo-e Presideit Wilson, and lime and Imperial in 'II -Is Sir "Wilfrid Laurier who Is that is lo sever diplomatic T1C -r Canada. Trith Germany. Dnt the opinion grows..: th that he is" sceMng ariothei vray write- Cermany bpeiiing up'-the way -for ior of military Imperialism Douglas .company, .'died fol- lowing a par'aljlic'.Etroke" that over- came him while.sjllln's in-his; office. He .c'anscloushess. The deceased'.was: of Prince Rupert and thejcoast. Baltimore" for-Sbulii American 'forts carried gold, .it Is Eald, to nay for largo shlpiae'rita of wool for "the Allies. ArgeiiJna'. gels the or o gold which is partjif eipendl- lure of for aoods supplied lea b'jcanie the goddess lante told'.by-'Paii Polret of'Paris to iho Kelekian-.-Ar Galleries of tor a -price EaW to be PoireVimage .of Kwanyin Is known in the art -world 'as the most important-nnd beautiful Chinese stalue .'At Ihe annual York of the Asspclated oi BQrflcr. government to tho Allies.. i vray projajcd, a. measure to the effect that rtollan a..note (a.-purchase'three -Ihur :p. ind, Ihe ol Ar three -lhur.''p. should be Wed 6eries o, inlerchanses ol .opinion. tKe-Empire, as Iho taiSS melhod to extract'tBi pail. It patching arid.'iraiUiig. "Wilson's chance in-foreseeing the Im- peneiralcd.Ta Slr SCAFFOLD OR Laurier regarded lhat as being WHICH Irt I IVJ11- "CHOOSE? neither'Eufficlent, nor generous. j-iic LU uii uniwn Is thai with the Con'serralires and their National- is true, .hen Is lo beal TVilhelm, must he contractioe a ser- j u. er' attack of cold .f .A Ruth I-niv, "who attained consider able, fame by "breaking'ilighC records of American 13 In France en deavorlng lo months In the-French Aero Corps.. She hopes to return to' a machine purchased "from" lie French government. e Long Island in the Brpoklynihospital the neurologist of Ihc Dr C. L-. S'ichols. called .attenllqrrlo wha he termed an unusiJal case'of.aninesia n Ihe peripu' bi John Canarfan, who had .twiceyldsl bife menial faculties -throuBh 's.hotk var, while .serving wilh .the H uriny eh the Sornme France Smellie, who iaj'.nlMleonvyisira ok wns formerly a'.sLudent.'. in. Ihe .-Un vcrsity of Customs officials' Cll: chiefs reduced lo saying: fight cnly now. Tor" our livea.' They. know. thcv are done tor.' Think what theVfate-ol their rulers will be! Germany no if -ricloripus'they ,ra9y. be assasslnst- cd. If vaiinulsbivl the scallold ;awaits V" Turkey wants lo cnt away from Germany now, says a headline. The .hundrea i representing tvfenly billion dol- manufactur- ing even mE, met Pittsburg and dbcuss.ed the" problem ot capturing thejorcign trade after the war. ETcry jihase'of 'American rep.resfi CHEERFUL' The '.most chee'rfal .view! of.: lhe''Eevighs; flection .lii It. foreaec-i' .in 111 e Major "ncggic" Ca gary. who went 31st battalion in May, now. i command of tho 21st reserve, battallo at scafortn Susses, Enelan This force is made up'of.tho 1761 battalion of Mcdiche Hatband tj 137lh pf Calgary.', The Calgary regi- ment was removed lo Sew camp near Brighton oriiy'u shorL'tinie ago. Sloce-ils arrival early last ..summer he unit liad been under--canvas, at. yitlcy camp. -The new naval radio Elation, at Chollas HeiEtts; .which was formally opened gava.-a'.dcm'oh- slrallon of Its .power.-whea-the.orera- to'ra oh'duty talked ,with :lho ArlliiB- ton station, mllca; .the .Uarlen, Panama, "3.000 miles; Alaski, 2500- and Honolulu, miles, oyer- hearcl pjje'ralofs'.-al' work .oa he" Island of Pnpcpic, Soulli .Pacific. MO nmf cnded-.by .csdiangiiiB he lime of day with..pp'eiaWrs .al .a adio'stallon near No ailempt-wn) be made mc3E.agc..lo' Europe until, the. rKiiqua new; h'sfre "been'.broHeii. in.'.-.'' Han .JUIIHBrlalll. _uaL u.iui.wi.i View of the war. It, Is because he be-1 licvcs It to bo a crusade for human freedoin lhat Sir Wilfrid asks the young inc'n of Quebec to tako part in It "'for the love Ihey bear to Goil, to truth and to justice The other view of Britain's part in ihii war is presented by The Mont- real vCazelte, the mouthpiece of Ihe English speaking Conservatives of Quebec Province and one of. Ihc moat influential Conservative Journals in lie Dominion. In an editorial apiiear- recently discussing Ihe iloh on the French 'front, ns "a cold- blooded maninulalor.-. of .parties.', wliosc first ami only tlioughl seemed keep hiniselr in.poiver. Con-J tluiiink. The, Gazctie presented this inia'zlng view, pi 'Britain as having stlimhled into war; .spccln.cle presented hy the :Asqulth GoverutncnL'in Ihc iirst days'of August, 10H, was anything, that could have ncen-imagined..'On _Aiigu5l 3 Sir Edwaril also has fallen eliort of what was expected, came "into the House of Coir, -ions aud announced that 'Parliament ".was free io decide what the British i- Iri Ihe conflict'lliou be- '.l.T- A :Elnaing would be. Greal Britain eald, had hot committeil her- self To anything but dlploinatlc support; but the Government hrd -warned' the Trench and Ger- man 'ambassadors that If war }vere on: public 'opinion in 'the British.Isles would raMyito Krance.'The Eoveniment hhdicalcd Its '.'leadership when icaUersblp by men _ .should-have known what condl-1 raosiTneeocd. Never in v England's'history was there an- .'other such spectacle.' "When. :France chose v.'ir.thc noise of the "yelling London Press was taken liir lue voice of public aad as if there were no hand on 'the helm Iho Emnirc urijlGu-Inla- )var. All know the subsequent is best for lumbago, etc. So 'clcaii; so different from the old fashioned messy poultice. Your druggist sells Tlicmioecn In 1915 lieadof feeder "cattle''wcrcjlatcii from yards for distribution among farmers in.'ihe States, representing a'seriousllosir.fc.jWcsicrn. Canadjan farrricrs. v-VWe'lV'isli to'assist in. stopping this us before selling unfinisricd stock. If .you ua'.try 'lo-findiyou a-buycr at.home and build up h'D T' K-.'l. Drymneiv J- v f icciiuii n. result tbe .French- llie poker jp permuicd; In and employe ol restaurant conclusipna of ,lhe Ottawa Journal the rcsqlt: was a misnomer. H sualBlnnd and controlled bj trie In Quitecj Satorday scema to us to be one ol thci people. --And Premier Sllion .haa Inll -moFt hopeful tlilnixB In INc recent his-lmaied that the macriinory .will bq Ihe Dominion, of al ihc coning session can DourasBa lie blamed for, his tirades when in Lho Icaillng Consrrvalirc Joyirnal of thcM Prpvlncc o( Clucljcc ttfo charge va uinds tliat Llrltaln Is aL-var not cause It was n sacred diilf lo como totthe aid of the nalions thrAliened Ti'Uh Prussian military cTonilnatlon, but-becaiisc noise ot the yelling Lo'ntlon Preas tatcn (or ttio voice bi I'ubUc 'on' Hrltam'a motives could bb in ore to ttio .cause (or which Canadian3 by tho thousand arc laying down their Hyca than the dec- laration IhatMlrllaln j's'aL wpr liaving' drifted Into It npl bc'dause she Tell Ihe'-cp.use. lo JTJS! for she called upon-to take op Ihe sword, but bccauBC.tbc govern iricnl ahdlcaied iLa.lradcrahlp- that rccrull Ink la slow In Quebec, 'and1 thiil even ties for making v favorable. AM._________ IbversJeam v- to How id aid toys cost physicians' altorncy'a fees. H.OGO; In come tax, whljo Mrs, DicV sa'.d the bahy's snare ot keeping u[ Ihe-Ailor e baby with onc.-llllrd o of maintaining the Aslo ior-j" aroma the to the can. -JM -bu ........D s.ay Uiw'rliAVlriin'J tnelr ;cif63' icilored wonder- 'ul- man eay'si almoal hllrid; eoulfl hot sppVlo. rcad.at all- N'6W r'pJi blhg ;-.w fife out- a ny- Rlasaqs At''jjtKhVliiey. dreadfully; 1 W WholeEround-pnlvcrr.cd "fine grouni' lot PcrcdliloW. Never sold in bulk.. CHASE fcSANBORN, MONTREAL, Ip.e.pll.Ihe hair'S ltd or Yivliniilll' itief'jiijIhB Vrescrlpllon'. fpr lit can even read find' print -wlthdu It W tialievei UiiLlhoilianA who wear glasses can now discard Iticni in'a rpsaorjallc time and mulll- ln.des he abte lo nlrenfithen Ihclr ej-cs''.Bo Va tb -he spared the ever, jsiaaoua. Eye IroublM el manr rtoscrlp- lloru iig-yoii, .vc'd It' t' eyes In. pliyslcJan lo.vi'liom IJievaljoYe arilcla teas 311' r griUIsnls U eminent Iv'thcin. ciiarnn- tee II lo Blrcjiglhe'n' cyt3ieti) 111 ole wtrli'.i Inalancca cr rcfunil tho tnonoy, be. obtained rrom any. sood .dnji'gjjVl. (no .Is one of thb very, (owi prcpjtat.liDS; -I feel U30 lloru may ln by; jihe, tlmlilo llcro Ii .Ilooli ;