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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta '|>AGE FOUR THE LEfHBRIDGE DAIV^ HER'ALD FKIDAY, PEBRUARV 4) mn �IfetbbribSe Ibevalb XetbbrlDoe, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY v Subscrlptfen Rates: Dklly, doliyored, per year ......J'lOO i)aHr. l)y mail, per year........J3.00 WceWy, by taall, per year......?l-00 TELEPHONES Busfness Offlco ............... 1262 Editorial Office ............... � W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager �Vour King and Country Need You Right Now King or Knlser-wlilcli? \Vl\at nro �we doing to I'licoumgo the farmers to plant a 1ii>: acreage next year? 0 - Gcnoml Sam tluglics confesses lie is the futlior of tlio Canadian sliell commission. 'Spavo my clic-e-lld," Is Sam's dramatic appeal. Some men must stay ai liome to lipcp llip wheels of comniorce moving, lint tlioso �iio stay slionld lie quite sure they can do more .uood liere than in ihe trenches. BOUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The wrath of the English people iias heen iion- fully roused and the jublic Is continuing to demand reprisals of some sort for the inliunian Jieppelln raids over the Hritish Isles. 'p!hey can no longer look upon the jnalmed and twisted bodies of this Ifrlghtfulness without an overpowering fepirlt of revenge. Puhlic opinion is demanding that the government taKO fiotuc Jnimediato action. Further particulars of the capture fct the Ur.iish liner Appam by ihe Germans, contain the statement that �'iti was a boat Hying the Swedisli colors which took the liner. The Germans declare it was the German cruiser .Moewe. The passengers on tlie captured liner have been released. .GRADING OF WOOL XOOD BUSINESS In deciding to accept the offer of �the sheep husbandry department ol Ihe Dominion government to grade ; their 191G wool clip, the South Alberta Wool Growers' association has 'taade a wise move. The marketing .-^problem, is one of the great difHculties ' have join^ overseas forces, j AHicrta Division if,, the CP. , ' . I R.. holds the opinion tliat tlie 19It! i The 5tst, GJjtl-and UCth rei;inicnts' erop will be as enormous as was the ; of Edmonton, arc expected to leave, one harvested last fall. ; for the front shgrtlv. j _ i The total sub.scriplions for iou:; Heckles Wilson, the Canadian auth-days in the patriotic fund campaittu: or or hiotraplier of Lord Strathcona, at Montreal, are SI,301),(ilia. | will leave for i^rni^land shortly, and ! - I will be associated witli Sir JIa.v Ait-1 Wm. Brown defeated .J. S. Stciul- kfn in tho compilation of the war: man for the vacant seat in the Pe- records neaiius with tlie operations trole,a council by fifty-four majority.] oE the Canadian forces. V. M'u>d Velvety and delicious- Simply makes the ( . mouth 'water. , � �elligrnce ofTicer on special studv in Sweden, watching .shipments to Gernianv. Another Vancouver' officer seriously wounded is, Captain Kenneth C. Taylor, of the 29th Bat- talion, and a son ot .\. D. 'raylpr, a well known Vancouver barrister.' If Sir Sam Hughes would authorize the raisinK of a fiat-tooted hattaliou the Second division' could complete its cjuoia to the lialf million'overseas force in n very short time. There are many bravo hearts bealin.!; over Hat feet that liccome .s-ad and disconsolate after thev have mot with the medical oflicer at the recruitinj; depot, say.s a Toronto despatch. A daring; robbery took place at Xew Westminster, a thief  entering Andrew Clauscns' � jewelry store on Columbia street and rcmovini; watches and brooches to the valu^ ofrSlOO. Ki^'rancc was cft'cctcd through the plate: jjlass window in front, which wa!^_ broken.. There were nuiiieious �blpoidstains on the glass, showins; that the thief had cut his hands. So far no trace of.hiin has h.-cu founii. .�V lire which broke out ' in rooms' ;o\dt Sherman's pool room at Mile-sttiiie, Sask., burned three Main strict buildings. When tjie brigade arrived tlie' fire was nearlv'pasl coii-trol.-and the tUcrmomctei Uovevinv; anniml .SO below, 'ive-fii;htiii"- viis hardl Tliere was no wa'.cr in Itie ,.toW.�"so two tanks were ina'ii'.l il.ree miles.. The iivc was Kottcn under ..i ii-'Jrolitvith the aid of snow heforc the arrival of the water,. PREMIER HAS :DENIE0  TORONTO GLOBE TALE Ottawa, Kub. 2.-W-Uilti'il is taktm for granted at Ottawa'. that R- !! nennett will be the next mqmhey/.of parliament to lie promoted'to cabjiiel and it is not boliovnd that ho! will 1)� made minLsler of  munitions ,as intl-tnnlcd by the Toionlo QloUe. !Mr. Iloiinett fiayt('-b* .JiaH heard'noMiln'jj of it and a (leiilal has beoh iBsiled from tlio proniior's. . Ilowever, It is well known that Sir IloUert'-Itorilcn has great eortfrdohco In the'(.'algary memiier and Unit as soon-'aS a suit-able opiiortunily presents Itself lio will be giviMi cabinet ranki Alkrta i PHONE 102 Carries a full line of Choice Beef, Pork, A^eal HiKl Mutton Prime Kil) Koast Beef..............17c. Choice PorU IJoasts per Ih.............1S{(; Pork Sausage per lb................. 15c. Pure Jiard, 5 lb. pailK . . .. 75c Pure Lard, 3ib. pails ..............., nOc, Grouiitl Bone for Chickens, per lb......5c.i You Create the Appetite WeM Satisfy It ^ We^l Ail Enjoy It � . . . , ^ Our business is to procure meats that will please and , satisfy the keen. gipp