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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUB N THE LETHnninor DAH.Y HFRALD Deralb letbbrtoge, alberta BAIUV-ANO Bubicrlptfon Ratei deltyereij, 'per iveek Pally, delivered, per year Pally, br mall, per year' 10 c .JS.OO Dy mall, per year by mail, per year to U.S..t't.OO TELEPHONES Builncss Office Edllorlal Office ..I W. A. Buchanan Director John Tcrrance Business Manager and bis adUscrg loat 110 llmo In par. loying with Qcrmmiy. lu tnts, the Statei' haV reBaliisil maett of reputation lost In the'blcker- wllli TVHtcil followed (ho ing 9! Iha.I.usItniili mid Sus .The question .now 'Is'. wliollier Hie Slafos can stop nl "measures iliorV'ot It" hardly ecems possllilo [bat she can. TJio BlnWiig o( mi American steaniorwltli United SiMessrs on tibard is euro to ho o signal for Ibo final elc'i> whleli will urcclpltalo tho Slates Into III? fn very earnest. How ranch more that may racau than short of war" we will luvo lo'iralt anil II Is hardly lo be ospeuleil that tho Slates will lake, any very aggressive part (n tho war. She will bo plenty busy looking pates of-eiplry o! subscriptions ap- pear on address label. Accept. ,tnceo[ papers sftor expiration dnlo Ii our aulbortly la coutlnuo the Jubscrlp- lion. Vour King ind Country rteci you right nowt after tlie 'pro German clement al supplying ot luerclmnt vessels on the seas, will probably be (ho extent of lier parllcljiattoo. Dili If Hie Statea were to so no far- ther .titan (hoj- hovo gone up.lo tlic uresenl, the moral of her PICKED II I J M >f >r FOR 'THE WSY MAN of gold to reported (olio secreted In Groat Urltafn. llodln, llio n.otcij .st'jlstor; YVBB mar- ried In Purls at (lie age of seventy filX. M I The appointment of ;a Medical board for Jlamlltpn irai aunounced by Col. Marlow. Kllshl Lieut. llindolph .WHHani brother -of Mr. -'roler White, K. C., Is roported missing. S. S. Uumolln, manager of thg IlanJ: or Hamilton, .Moose Jnw, 1ms been transferred lo Hcgltia. John Woods, pioneer merchant oud postmaster at KeUvood, died on Tuesday after a.fow hours' Illness. Harry Lauderj llie ivell-khoivn Scot- tish comedian- has- .been, .bereaved THE PROGRESS OF THF.WAR '.The break .between, Getmauy and through the denlh of his only child, I Capl. Jolin I-audcr, of tho Argyll nud trance- Into Iho war I; worth moro than wo.can realize nt (his lime. After the first blast of hale against tho Americana on (lie p.irl'of the Ger- mans hai 'expended, Itself, sober The Finauclal Times appmves of the i.T "Onlorlp IP 'ocollsh Ice cream during Iho ivnr so as 1p second ililnk'lug fa gains to compel ll10 .nillk Stales ounb'Silurday as H" boil from, but as eren Ihe German ambaEEador slated, wual else could United Slates dp? The sbTOr-. arncc of diplomatic relations between (lie lira cbunlrk'5 is now complete as'j the result of'. Germany's annoiince- ment of iinreslrfcled EUbmarlne war- fare. While many fulls' expected the none, belleyed President. Wll- ,6011 would move iintllEOQe overt act forced tlm lo make Ihe etep. ._ K-iVar will altbgelher likely quickly, 'follow. first loss of an American 'life will bring It. United Slates is .already maklnf preparations.. for' It. Jn the meantime Germany has coih' 'rnenced to take her toll of noulntf First, Ihen now> !tMs .a-Dulch yessei- These neulral Commandant otj.the laee hospjlal, Toronto, Joihcs .DucliWoTtli, known as "Ih'o old nilscr'ot near llramp- ton, Oul., la dead. Ho was-worth" al least Saskatoon 'carpOTUors decided lo for a WOEQ Incrdaso froDi'Epc'it GOo por hour. They peels for spring work very bright. Paris City Council Iho proposal for suffrage, 'asiting Ha locHl Scoll pavltlsoQ lo support tlip'blU'.ln the legislature Charles' Macro, a'farmer of donle perished, of 6i Upn'diivlng.tliQ and Btorii on Saturday A-rhllo fok hunllug. SI. Albany cathedral (Ariel Kciiora, destroyed by fjro. Ing a loss estimated at "The ffro Is supposed to Iiavo lq the furnace room. Al BrocbvlUe word has been r'cceh ttrona Our Oun Correspondent) Kcb, 'pcttlloii- are'.belnp .circulated and signatures pblRlued asking ;or an an Jit of tho own, books. ami accounts- (or some Ihrco' ycara Lack nud ulto for "mi audit ot tho school district afralrs. this nrocecdrtis nnythli.p iutj complimentary to the officers of the town B-jJ that havo rjolhlng lo bo'aalmm- worth much more than the extra1 price' ed ot they aro ready for Ihe audit It trio kickers "111 etand'lhe expense, bul.jhcy aro npt willing to pay oul a large sum (o satisfy GOIIIO persons' wljlms when It Is a fact Hint for msny years llio lown'a financial con- dition was never holler lliah It la'al present. Eomo Blgnalurcs> Aro liclng under Ihe specious promise lliat'tlio government pays HID ultl nuii that tho lown will lio nothing ( councillors want to hnvo further light on this point as to who dip ulll. The': muiilclnai. hill each.Incorporated (own paj-a for s'jcll auditing. Cold weather Is roaklns Itself felt In riiany .ways. Tlio oxtremo drop In temperaturq EhranK tho of Leeff'creek'at Mm lliLlko to (lib water ninlna BO us to reduce the pressure aud freczlnff -ot (ho walor dur- Ini; Ihe nlghl. when practically no flow li-as roiuircd. Work .oil day at thqMntako .showdd a rod or two of frozen mains and lo'morroiv It Is ex- pected lliat n good'flow will .iiou'u- ____ i Goodyear Heeh' to o'gt.-wear any otherrubber heels yoii have I or any others you can J 'they not meet this guarairiteei' us at Toronto, or, toVanyV-'' Goodyear branch a pair, pul on; blacker chocolate; at re-. palrcM Bud itorM cil Ibat" EdtnuaJ S. -talned ns thoro is a em nil stream corn- son of Judge Ileynolds, who. left Cari: ada. -Dearly t years ago na ti supper and -it By Ihe will ot tho.lale Willfem Gray, M.P., .of has been entered Tor proliate, Ihe en- tire estate, amo.uullng has IICCQ bequeathcrl to MB wjfe. A telegram wai.receiTed in Sarnla announcing the denlh .'-by -typhoid fever ot Victor T. Iviuson ot that city, formerly-of Pelrblea: He -was Dm- ployed as M oil driller Dy tile Anglo- Persian Oil comsany In' Persia niid left Sarnia While In CnnaiJa' tlio railway con- 51 ruction kallnlJon andJ the Forestry will-receive'Ihc-pay that forces uaviaiiuii wiu r more olhcr a wlhler' becauEd U came -oii lop of a i receive. Eiirii pay will only be reduced o-Jtput due lo lack 'of rjilno-labor.- v The settlement is hasefl on a.'com- promise, all-round. This always .arp for the o- pearcd'the'-'-''------- the" Boyerrii up its Telled threat made.-i month ago', that'lliey.were prepared to take over lli'e' inlncs" aud :buerata? them. Ihorized from Ihe begin op' There -Is lo be no more recruiting willi ihc Engineers, lias woil'.a com; mlb'Bibu oa tlio field. KoberL J .Jcllyi ci-TrcasurW of Leeds and GrenvlHe, and" formor Warden of the co.unlles died at Brock: aged seyenly-thrce years..; In 1S94 -Mr. Jelly "unsuccessfully 'easiest- ed Broctvllle riding against the. laic Sheriff George A." Dana for Ihe 'legis- lature. At a Ctmadlnn Club meeting, "at Orillia, Mr. F. U MacGacheb; ox-Presldcni' of tho club, was present ed with an illumlDflleil address a'pd through Ibis afternoon b.ul no pressure, .Tho mayor was on tho.Job and1'men wcro kept working last night and loday, more are to follow until normal had. Coal shorlagc Ja tlie fear nowadays Only" a .couplu of cars ot .briquettes hand and lho local dcnlcrs (ImJ i-cry difficult (o obtain domestic coal ,nt all. Some two. cars ot. nut coal'aro this week and, onlj Bmiill quantities are sold lo each cus lomer in order to prevent, shortage lo Ihoao whose -need may be 9crlovia has enough to keep the lighting plant going for about two veckV. It ts. relief may coma in ;less time, than thai. Broiv-a am a of gold., lie. Is ma.anger Bates havo a new conl .office In 'place ihe Slerchanls Dank ;and eleventaiid; are taking care or their business years'" residence Is leavlns for'.C llugn-ooJ, Boburts kcllo'ck' D.S.O., stnc'e tho fire In A very creditabl wayU Doivdle and though- com Debtors, have shnrcJ oftkes with them until the last .week and -shown army brdiria-ace forraerly I that a. friend hi need is the right hind of the Canadian militia, Is A'blg performance .come companion of the order of St. MlchacK off this evening and will HEELS; Ylcomle'do'Koucanld, French inlis-iliavo been murdered by. somadg It slounry' Kh'd -.'savant, IE reported to the. uliara. basis on: at and he' arrived 'al. unless 'places ironafiirt nluers and their families.. Atter this preparea 10 oacK ciianc'e tent miners geitlns" khaki. 'A has'he'eu-eslab- s WISE CHOICES IN 'POLICE COMMISSION ;pThe first'step for the creation and Administration'' pi Ta. provincial police has beenjtakcn by proTincral government, and the action (has far 'taken should iUelf to .the the province, for. in the Vchoico oi'nch- men as Col.' Sanders and Major. Primrose, the government ias made no mistake. JlpUi men bare been connected with the 3Iounttd Police for 30 years or mbrc, and It Is Into the new organization much of the discipline 'and Tbich has always characterized the famous S-id e'rs of the plains. ;Tlie choice ol deputy" auorney general. Is also good (or li prorides the proper IJnk be- tireen'the admliiistratlpn and Inter prelaUon'.ot the law, 'and this Is de ..which Police glre 'orer-to-'lie. province, on March-1 .only .wollr. irafneiii.force 'can cop with them." :namcd for Ibc cbmmisEion at the hek the people of-lie "province "may' ejpec '-to properly enforced. UNITED ;STATE3- IS OFF.jThlE FENCE .-United'Stalei has'acleoV-'." i-l- th'a gorernnient was noi pre- lished at Stratford, "iyllh -Mr. James ared this, and ll Is regTctfahle. Torrance, now ;Collec- K. Crothbrs come to the'district injgygon asiprobatlon officer.-- -'e.-'rirst> place trying to f ittle-.the' strike from his in) Charles Murliog. ii-bile -TV'orkibg-bn is UUIe doubt he could: lue pit.head at.the North-American VecUd-a camcromise a month at Ent- wlstle, lost bls-fooiiDg aod fell to the go as pow, and the loss.'or dlstaice of 33 me mlaes would not have [Cet: He wna dashed, lh' i body rauM- Milwaukee Is faraons these days for omething'besides-Ita beej. -r lated. Ills .Tvidoir.resides at .Vancou- ver, Frank' for 25 yeirs'manager _. in .Wnnlpog'-'ariiOiipe'rinlendent of Would It be relnluillon were a Hun the Dell Telephone 'coin'Dany in Jianl to sink Von Bernslbrfi's Ehlp. tola, died' In Los Angeles. chief ihe forces in Esst Alrlca.v, Hon 'Announces Per- sonnel of N, Government', j'.- --FrMe'rlclbrj, N. ,l.--Hpn.i J; A. lalely minister pj-agrlcul- lure, becime nrcmter ot Neiv'B'r.uas- wicic; tcilay, 'In successJonv-to .'Hon. George J. Clarke; jwho has reaigned because The1: premier, nnan-erlDg..tlici 'the lieutenant-governor, onuouDced this afternoon BS .'-fol- lows: A- Hon. J.-'A- Murray, premier and minister of -i j f .Hon. D- V. Landry, provincialJ'ECC- relarrrlrcasurer, Hon. J. B: M. Baxter, attorney general, Hon. N.'P. Smllb, master-of. "puh- He Hon. A. H. Sllnp, minister ot lands be repealed Saturday as well. "P- tllled "Blindness ot and is a modern draroa Irt rink to'bJni; a. take .back all the harsh said about President Wilson, rid.jye _are'sure he will (eel much that he is off the fence. i'LIfe" says that leak at Washfng- on a Gne Ihlug it it vraler out ot Wall Street slocks. B ems lor ft Is said to hare made on the bear side.of the stock market In Ihc United States since the; rsl peace moyc -was made. Will Uncle Sam let him lake it trllh htm? iermany, ceilalnly needs-IL nc'a heart goes "out to the poor leiglsns and prisoners- In Gcmiany now since the United. Stales Is- no eT represented there, they could1 admlrilsicr the relief lut It shorlcna" the conflict arid brings ahout (heir release earlier, they ean probahiy withstand iennan hnitallly. a Letter heart ineanUme- scenery .45. on, hand for.] and ali[ lovers tbb' draria. Tflli 'enjoy Cirdaton high school" basketball leaeuo Is' developiajj L erE. forging to.lUe front, they, haye-two good teams and, last ik.defeated grade X.' ;Today 'grade KI. down, before tbera aieo, score 17 vlo 3. .While, our Inexperi- enced .player canoot .cope with Ray- mbrid aiid have, the and afte'r years' he heard' froni. This Is Ihe llrst winter for our gynaslam. V-" Personal Mention President" Edn-ard. J. Wood return- ed-this evening from a business trip io (he east In connection, wllh church and oilier business. Ibey .May of .Aetna given a "rousing reception by his co- laborerE Jasl evening Jn the Ward meeting bouse. Ho departed Ibis 'morning for Salt- Lafce CJIy and from there he expects to go to the South Sea Islands, Touga Group, for a three years' mission.. A substantial. purse made jjp al the sGcjal.given .In his'honer to aid him in his long jpursey." Ills brother Lieut. H May Is overseas with the 13lh IIzvlng; Jiist'. "explained the Unjted Slates 'that it' was only destitute worklngmed from Belgium as a- means ot relieving their poverty, the" Govern- ment 11 Is-charged, all men, whatever their rank or position In. life. ulih 'Germany- consequent upon' th .laicst IJiin, note Jor- nnr Blricted Bubmarlnq warfare on he! EerenUrarid lie big Araer repulJUc' lias tafeen a war." She has, now definitely" cast lot ou the side of flc- rnocracr-aefiinst Pros- NO .TRACE OF BORNlr.'G SHIP Seattle, Wash'., Jan. thorough Pugct Sound 'waters In the vicinity, ot Eyerelt, 3i. miles north ol faded to any light report last nlRhl that a steamer was oh firo.- The ;atearoer KuJshan with doctors and. nulmolo'rs, w' irbai here 10 Ihe scene to Investigate jComitiK did, upon tha hccU consIderya'gehulDft hut untimely, effort on the j art. 'of Preet- deQtsWilVon' to bring about peace, the Action ot ihe' Vailed Stales fs all the more lipeipected. Bnl considering the provocation, no olher action could taken. President' V YOU CAH DO BETTER- OPY GOODS. HENS WEAR. BOOTS A SHOES NORTH LETHBRIDCE CARS TO THE DOOR r Cleaner, with Sunlight ;I cleans the .clothes more thoroughly and( with less work than ordinary soaps. It doesn't hurt, the clothejs thid I must never feel ttie" r. worse for it either. I really do not finii it hard to look-after the wash myself, because'Sunlight Soap does so much of the work for me." Overcoids Cosh at nothing but truth in this tidy's rtmtrka. Sunlight Soap is made so vrcll Hid so honestly that our guarantee of (hit it cbotiins no impurity never been challenged, All grocers sell Sunlight Soap. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TOROHTOi 10 REDFERNEHOLLINSHEAO, BORIS HAMBOURa, i-'QERALD.MOORE, Piinin .'i liNtER-T EVENT OFFSEASON" Piano la demanded TQf INVESTORS THOSE FUNDS REQUIRING 'INVESTMENT TIME TO.TJME, HAVE DOMINION OF CANADA DEBENTURE STOCK IN SUMS pp. ANY'. MULTIPLE THEREOF 1919. Interest Lilf-ytorly, 1st April nnd by cheque of crchingtnlAtiy chartered BanV m Canada) nt Ihe rate of five per cent per "annum from the date, of purchase. Holders of tliiA ajock the privilege of surrcndcrinB, Proceeds oif tbq atodc arc.fcr war pnrposca only. A eommisnoTi bi.oTifrqulirtcf of one per cent will be ftllowcd lo rccbgniicJ IxfniV ind stock broken on allolmcnls made in respect of Bpplicaliord for thw slock ff their lUvmp. Tor" Rpplicatdh wtta apply lo the Deputy Minister' of finance, .C" DEPARTMENT OF OCTOBER 19 ;