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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FEBRUARY; 3, -t 017 Every Thursilay aitcrnooii alio goes PAGE ELEVEN M.'Ci'Ai'oivMoiidiy'atM The taking paft In Ihe lard.' have a 3 o'clock lug brazier al lho eatea and uji lo the great city hi with its BlrcclB of administrative offices and Its suburbs of all with a Kimlly WBlvoiufng atmosphere that radiates from; street and lho slalf (juarlere1. men who arc learning under her lul- toREAP ARE STARTING IN IN BERLIN 'OVER ACTION Philiiilclphiii, to 11 report ill the I'hih- dolpliiii mivy yard, mi alU'mp! wus made today lo sink llic torpedo )0iil Jiieol) A'jiiun on llic lo be niiichmisl'.s niilc, is nllcgcd to hnvc opened Ihu'scn cocks nnd :is Ihe honl wiis .icing towed llie yayd, Hie vessel wns seen lo lisl. Investigation by.oDiccra revealed'Ihiil the sea cocks were open. -When Ihc vessel wus. finally docked'Ilicrc was two Tcel of wiilcr in the hold. The chid' niiiehinisl's male wus niTCsled and in irons, it -was saitl. MAY CONVOY U. S. SHIPS Washington, conveying of Ihe United Slates inciTliiinliiK'ii waters with warships is heinj, considered the I'AtfIC IN BERLIN Fcli; Herlin cnrrespoiKienl of Ihc N'aliounl beautiful lamp .shades on lho table There'- are, ;in. special cornmunion bed. They were made of ulrong illHlrlbutcd .for tho com- white paper, .ami, decoratei1 t.'1 Anilrow's and WestfnlMter. church tomorrow morn- Ing. and lho special com inltlee.of are-nsked to munloii 'service ol .SI.'- Andruw's and .ftbwcra, .auil cul out from cliliilz. effect was excellent. most precious wan that on whlcli Lne. man had learned hla .jvork, fpr. tho I'rlncesf had herself cut .ou( .beautifully .and Kkllfully BOH'IO i riotvers. The pieces'of c-hfntz she were sjictlally chosen; uf Ilielr design ,'and ..'the caRc .wltli which a woundeil man could inatitrm late the fabric arid clibpac. the e'pecla] mool vice. 10.30. lho. ser- --.'-j Vu I; B-- A very pleasing affair place, on 'Wtdnooiiay; afternoon Galbrftllll nthool former p'rlndpal, Serjl. the ISIb Battery, wan' presented With a wrist watch ;by LEOTUPE ON WAIl A Jecturg Illuutrutcd by war slides will given at (ho audlLorloum (oinor- row evening at nine o'clock Ly Serel.-JlaJor Small, of Hie v ff 230Lli battalion, who tian n good Inlk on (ho war. All v nrc JrivHed. The Iccluru will Ijo given nleo In Centra) fichool v auditorium on ovenlne, clement Is tarrying on caUlo farming a Sliilo buslticsfi. IL recently nurcliaseU miles or cat., tie country and purposes lo open acres of crown land for set- ilcmom. In New Odvcniment have been Inspecting tracts of land of fercU Tor Enle by farmers as suitable for settlement by returned soldiers. The (irlceR ofikctl range from J3n lo J2S5 an aero, according to location, iiiul to what the farmers fifiuro they can gel for U. The Government Planned to Kill Premier Lloyd George With Poisoned Darts Derbj-, Fob, nensntloii wan1 created at tlio pimping today of the Mrs. Alice WhceWon, her daughters, Hiss Anno Whccldon and Mrs. 'Alfred George Maeon and Mrs. Manor's husband, all accused ol' con- yto murder I'rcniler I.loyil George and Arthur Henderson, of the. wnr when Attorney-General Smith ulkgcd it had licen Intended to murder tho premier means of oncd darts to lie shot at him whlto lie was playing golf. Both ttic premier l Mr. Henderson were to he hilled IIR added, by means of poison soil IK lube.i to Derby and handed by Jlv> to an agent, employer] b> the mllllai-y authorities who gratiated himself Into licr Y The poison comprised hydro, chlor- ide, strychnine and United State's.In 'Han poison called "c-urerc" said to'uc .uRcd in polEonlng arrows. U was pro lioscd to use iiolaon on darts wore lo lie shot nl Ibe premier :'al Wallon Heath where lie plnys golf.-. Tidi'iide of Copciihngcn, as quoted Ilic DR. BELAND COULDN'T SEE DYING WIFE Quebec, 1'cb. letter received bora today announces that Ilio wlte of Dr. li. K. Delanil, M.f'., of licaucc comly, a llclfibnu noblesvornan, died recently In llelgluin and that her lius- bund, -j nrlsoncr of the Cermans hi noses In oi.en largo ureas of crown was lho lho of teachers and puplle. (icniif Jn tls ilcsli-ii wh'lcli pleased hliii 'After Iho.'preseiiUilon a soclnl- hour) Was cnJoyeJ and.'refreshments served. it so laoiis, ihif lrp ''-i patient .will. tell" you.. Your, scissors i The Wlllani.-..W. C., T.: U. silver may.Bp.too fnst.aml jipolj (he foliage mertil eloculloipuJ'- ..contest will j.01Jr or tile'.outline pi yoiii held on'MoiidiyevcTitnB ul 7.30 In St.' imi arc careful j-oii uiay Andrew's fchurcii. .There are ten It nearly os wcll.aa Dip dfen lililns-parl.anil'thcy have been; herself.. The .de'sleiia, whoc dlvlded-vlnlo tivo' A silver, have heen .ciif havo to he meilal will to eacli class.; pasted very neatly'on the shades, anJ Tlie.Judges .jvlll. he Mrs. W. P. Illcks.; the .wliolc. ca'reliilly ploseJ, si Rev. W: F. that you''wu'uld'nol tnow-'ivnefc the lace: will ho taken. design hcfan'or'.endcJ. REPORT OF' CALT HOSPITAL FOB MONTHi.OF Number of patlejils In hospital ..Dul that'Js only way Ilic Princess has been teaching the use i> chintz. a, rival Kfiinp' who niako Ibc' ilellRliltnl cushion covers. .A skilled wit iliou- you Ills of roses, and unless; you had ,heon' ihak yourself: never tliuMoluii vvero.. He bar used sllhlnc' ivith the neatest, o: stlteh'es; as'even mistress br'.'tbo- prize' at big1 correspondent, says that "grave excitement" is developing among Ihe Herman people in regard lo the allilnde oi Ihe United Stales nnd Ilial all agree Ihe worst period of lias begun. REMOVE GERMAN CREW WasliiiiHlon, Ilaiis llcrg and liis Gorman f. crew were removed from Ihc liner "A'ppnm al Newport s'cws, Va., todiiy, by coast gunriV cutlers under diieclion ol Ihc Jn.ilcd Slates niiirsiial. The. .sliip is'in'custody of Ihc fcdcrnl coltrl pending ajipcul 16 Ihe supreme court from llic decision (win-ding hcr'lo her Knglish AUSTRIA TO STICK WITH HUNS .long ilispiitcl) today from Amhassa- lor IVnticld al Viennn is miderslobdJo.iiimotincc the adhesion :if Auslrin lo (ierinnny.'s course. TO rnOTECT AGAINST PLOTS WashingUm, proposed lo prolecl Ihc Uiiilcd States againsl conspiracies tlialinay rcsiill I'roin a rupliirc willi Cicrmany will be considered al speeiid session of Ihc scnulc iudiciary conjnihlec aflcr Ihe.. president's address lo congress. Tlie cn'iiiiiiillcc lo' coiisidci'- Ihe measures as quickly as possible bylhc adminislralion. Tlic nrgLimcnt U advanced Hint It the prices naked by tho farm- ers arc hlgli tho nrosjiec-la of agricul- ture In New Zealand are exceptionally favorable. The soil IE rich, the tie conditions preclude the possibility of drought, and the nnuihcr of j cratlvo dairy jind nssoclalions j In the colony Injure a ready marhct' for whatever products the settler has to sell. As regards Routh Africa, the half-i of his wife at her death bed. Dr. Deland was with his wife In Ilclgiuni whnn war broke out, but refused to leave Tor EHRlantl, staying heltlnd lo attend wouuiled Uel- KhnB and Gcnnans in ueforc (he fall of iliat city. LLOYD GEORGE ANXIOUS BUT SURE Ixjndon, Feb. bufdou. or my shoulOers' Is overwhelming." ;'Eairi f'reniler f.loyrt fleoree, In rcsnonrtlMf lo Q municipal welcome at Crlcclctli, Wales, bis Lome, today, "but I urc confident that with Ihc united effort! of us all and n'lth tbc JUBllcc of out wo shall confo.und Ihc deviccE of tho wicked A. li. ol Neis- .Dr.uussvlck, died at his home In Hlverslilc fn Ills S7tli year. Says Government Will Surely Step In if Soon Calgary, Feb. coal situation is unchanged, tlio operators'were In conference all'day today.- Hon. T. CroLhcrs and :the- mlncra' rcprcscnta- Uetween Lhe gbvernnient and the min- ers and this will .hrohably not be set- tled until a: referendum Is takeo on 57 "Daily-average durliig .mo'nth; Kumber-of hospital-daya for.prk Number "othosplttl days for prl- (free) ,0. Number of hoBpital'days forward VpatlenlH (paying) i. of hospitil'.dayB for ward 7 pitle.ntB of -noapllal operalloua under J cal1? or no' anaesthesia ........24 Number, of -patients' treated .In outdoor departmerii........ 6 Number, of drc35iiDKS.aiid_Jreat-....._ inents in "outdoor depl. wialiea to acknowledij and think the following for natloae Tcccived during the month" jrofiL ulono appears the 1915 agreement cxulrcs In Mnrcli buLVtbal; .-seems lo be some thing that neither miners' represen- tatives nor can do snliEraciorllyr.inhere Hie illf. fercnccs .of increases ielnlng-lb 'cuti Etrlpa-al-'canjdfla 'for secured': a jEreat a. design for 6. table nnd lad hurried oil to bis own corner of be 'ward, where; he'h'ad stored, away silkinc' for his picaaant tasks vto look Tor the rigtil. colors for era. L f The i medical. staff welcome this' oc; joiig th'b men from" brooding oVer ibelrl pain. It- la hard 'to. estimate the irienlal 'ef- fect'of Ine'Princeis' innovation. The "was .foundctl by the Canad- ian Government last. 'April, .but the patients are not exclusively sold" There' la efery" .modern cohTenlence for the ipedtcal surgical caseg. Empire Preparse for a Great to-the-Land" Movement the.War; PL'AN! URGED lefl.'Lo rally flag COUQ- ;call, a huge number .Will _flnil IheinsclvcB; work, while olhnrs is will have loaf all .taste for their former occupations, where, these ..were se- dentary 'or confined "lliem. Indoors. clinics nose and throat Aviiat, when Ihc war is elided, is to the millions'-'of men who will-have to-he muster out of the British Army? This'" ndced jJOEslblo. The situation there 3 outlined; as foltois-a hy a local ox- >ert: f "The chances of employment on (lie and for white Inbor arc EniaMcr in, South Africa than In nny other colons or dominion. Tlio rural population of Africa liaa thrown off as dcre- llcls some people, born on the laijj and llioreforc inoro Tilted lo make a living from (he land II Ibey lad a dog'e cbancc. Ilul they do not liiive [be chance. There Is the whole problem in a sentence, have) no. chance, and Ihoy have no chance! because there Is no employment a I. aj ving wage tor the white farm hand. I A wlnter woman in a loiter; to .The Weekly t'ape Times on this very qucs- tlou asked how a family of five could be expected to n wage of CO, cenls per day. It they wore belter: Id, Bho EauK.tlicre would be no corn-' plaints, for llicy were quite willing to work, and knew bow lo work would le glad of the opportunity toj worh. "Kami pay in Snntli Africa1 Is based i on lho scale of life set Ly the Kaffir; wlio'llves in a liut, subsists ou ineallc] pap, requires lltllc clolhlng, and lias j very few expenses. The Kaffir works at from 12 cents a day, and the more colored laborer nt GO cciits. "AustraKan farming Is based on a wage ol pc" day, and American farming on from a day and found. the result Ilial Aincricaii and Australian farmers arc bound, lo make I more per ncro lii'ordci- lo pay the' higher wage. Thai brings up the J of cyj higher culliya: on the tho, latter will bo'unable to bench or office .stool, butvvflfl .for. the "most the the tion, nnd more nrodliCjllon.' Africa is farming smallest-wage and-the most eiejit fnrru means lower forces the poor landed population In- lo the class-knbwiras poor whites." out o Ihe Army? Jhis-flues- ihal a'COI1ia'poSlbly offer lion'Is-occupying -attention, of 1o Statesmen .acd'otliers In .oil. parts of ju'England the has Vlemonstrat- w'ounds, a dental clinic and an X-rily (lepartmenl. There are len-aiiiilla'ry V.. A... T3.- lo thia central ona at Orp'lflgtoh, and coi valsrpill hospitals at Epsom. As terprlac; Riere: large 'epeclal Loniicn ,Tlnies corres- .niedlchl .dlBpenier: pbndehl l quarlennaBter, a nndti'SO Frlffeaa I'atrlcia of Comjaunhi. In :nufBinE-. riiatr'on holdp -r-tsre'stsd in everything _ Canadian, wllh "ihTee -the i'0ntarlo -Btira- 'on her ahoulile'r-siraps jfhen great empire-. :tbe.- most formidable economic--problem 'fir the nnre..or ''Icss'iica'r future. majqrity.rpt tlie_ EOliliers ifiir-; return. nesses. :iaAs whlcli.'ihb'y A Winsome, su n I Bonnie Complexion Military like' manr'. UresonVe to ask 'ffr out; ot doorsj .the slsiers rahks'ns a 'combined with goml judgment counts iiiv "how-a- rape-Nuts balanced iwnrishineiit for muscles and Active braiiis! :chante In price, .quality or f- je. Pf educed 'by Stuart's Calcium rWafeni" Purify the" Blood "and 'Remove' All v .in a few days arier usitig Stuart's Calcium you will joyeil to. see those all gone, Ihc redness disappeared, gradually "covcTlng1 Ihe neck and ahouldcra, free ot hlaCkhcnds liver' snots nnd eruptions bave ,-Lecn euct plagued ahfibynnce. f "Ttid'rciison fof-all'lnia ta the cal clum Bulpnltle, or thcao This la a natura substance which blood mual'havc nnd which It utilizes lo overcome'Ibe etl ilie necesBily of devoting to Inten- sive greit tracts of pasture and'of n'rul .moora. held us by'i the" nobility 'and Country gentry' Cor generation's. er of'laler mosl, or ihesc tracts will i lavs Lo lie turneildor_er: to llic' plow' anil hoe. Atv timoj the problem has become Turllicr acute through" the discharged-1 and thia'pliase of.Ill liaa .Lten studEetl Settlcmenl! the .Pnard i'pf Agricul-i i Before the were ngricultural laborerfl, ,and their pay" a iveck. (L was'agreed tbat this' did not ute .wage and thai iccupaliun oC Lliciland should be LsL- er_ paid and ollierwise aL- rncllye. The commitlee. relumed tho! recommendations: A guarantee by the Slate of n mini for homc-firoirn .wheat for to give'confidence lo llic fanner. An'offer by llic State of a bonus for each acre of permanent grnsa lanrt aroiigbt under 'cultivation 'and matn- a proper .condition of procluc- The iraposltJoii of import duties on iRrlculLural protlucls .neces- sary protection. Ip 'the .fanndra. This adoption mlnjm'iim WP.; Th4 erection of comfortable cot- garden lota .for cafaDllshaTe'nt.'of a, clubroom, a and recre.itlorr grounds 1' EASY FOR.SEATTLE kane, Fck. cr.ty 25 sec- onds lo go, Spokane notched a goal tonight and avoided n second shutout of Ihe'season al the hands of the Seattle club. Naval Oranges TRIM COAT TO DEFY ALL -WEATHERS A The above naqfiil Tand Bmcirl tallored'coai made of'deep pur- ple TCloura cloth.' Thos, n. Knsby, a barber, is In the .Onlatlq blgamr, co 1 Kovembcr. hfighlen''vniagc "A the opinion that llie -majority report Tnllcil cd to find n solullon ,of the problem making -the conditions, of niral life gowli..enouglijo atlrnct ex-service men and iliat emergency legislation was necessary lo ctinblo mort men lo lie employed In in time, ns the minority members" ol Ibc commit impurjllea find body wastes that load ,lco that ____.- ___ ._______ ___ demobilization ho -slilu It unsightly. 1 would arid Stuart's Calrlum a the need for minimum Wage Icglsla fc......... '--J lion And-the calnbllahmenL ol bqardji. _ 3o far Vo 'action hns been Inken lo up. thi Try 50 cent box at any drug thus bo sure of f winsome plexSon. Or if wish lo try.-them first, send belowr-for a free trial paclagc. I 353 Stuart Send me. atViiic by .returtf mall, Q free age of Sf tart's Cnlclum N'anic .Street City .f State carry out flny-of these rccornmcnda tlona ,lr Canada. Auslralia, N'ew Zealand ftnd South Afrlfa, tho'ptoblem also i uudcl and In some domln ions, steps already have been taken to solve H, Canada -Is prepared (o offer al k I ndFLDlilriilu cements lo would-be scl tiers have served with tho colors With the exception of the Australian Slates have plans which iQclnde niftrkeL garden Ing and training farms. Tho Queens i land Govcrnrncnl, In which tbc Inbo Thc.ncw Hie La Prefereiicia'''' Cigar, (Club House Ayill Ihstend ior 25c as hcrcr (ol'orc.'- Present prices of iabouvaiul tobacco, liavc i'fli-cc'd.iis to citlier raise the price tiie Club House, or cheapen (he ruiai- ity. The latter we refuse-to do and (lie- well known high standard of ar Will be fully maintained Prices will be as follows _ Itull Size Club IIousc lOc straight Lontlrei ____ 3 for 23c (Cfyice Tried Always Smoked A i Vallens <8t Company Limited London Canada i Branches al Windsor, .Winnipeg and Vancouver ;