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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta mmmmm About tli# Goal if in Coinmons; Poss Rifle is Discussed :|::-:---- , . . ' v^CHtawa, Feb. 5.-In the House of Gismmons today Hon. Chas. Murphy give notice of tlie following resolu-.'tlpn; "That having: regnrU to -the fact that the fallm-o of the Koss riflo as. an active service weaiiou was Jcitown to the government m the early stages of the war and that not-:�juistaiidlug such knowledge the government has continued to equip Canadian soldiers with the same nfle, it ls;-tlie\ opinion fliat the government is| deserving of ceuaure for its conduct nn the promises as well as for its prolonged delay in providing an efficient substitute for the Ross rifle." Re Coal Situation "^W, A. Buchanan, of Jledicine Hnt, again enquired as to coal mining sii The railway, .and telepho'na develop- I tinned. The building of trunks roadi already so aucceBsful, will -^ecelvb greater attention. - The agricultural schools, vtti^h haye received' uristiiiteil praise ^from high authorities, and-whicli will iu-addition; to their ordinary use be ittffiEed for education in agricultural pursuits of returned soldiers, will require to be Increased in numbers. The technical institute tor voca-tfonnl training: already, started on an extensive scale, largely as an Inj-mcdiate assistance in the training of soldiers in new;means of livelihood, must bo continued not only for that of,the hause. Sir Robsrt replied tl:at he would try and get more definite information beforc Wednesday. The Ross Rifle Again When considerstJon of the five hundred mllhons war appropriation reso- musi ue- i;uiii.iuucu_______ , lution Avas resumed in committee.W. purpose but as an integral part of the r. MacLean, (So.uth Yorki, precipl- P"'�^'�'>i,i,i,,, ,,,i., i, Provision must also be made for t�,!Im' V I I oxlnf Short term loans on co-operative prin ]lnf J Jn nZI^^^^^^^^^ the assist,ince of munici spon. bfe for theToif r^^^^^^^ the government, and utilizing f ,.,?^il^L?f^ .ho onasot| Ottawa Fel. S.-Tlve |crvernmont co-operation between people ^nlgov- has received a^^jm^.^^ ^^^p^^^ CU-�PC1 ?*l.iUll WO,,., w.-.. 1---X--- - " emment in working for the advancement of Alberta. Upon my government rests a grave from the west protesting against the supposed plans for disbanding the North West Mounted Police. Assur- responsibility, in Itreugthening- feja^ces are gi.^n t^^^^^^"�thing^o^f^^th^ |r^i^'t^^=^ '^^I'^tJ^^edi. four thousand, the that with careful building is "bound to, come. The great wealth of natural asider-ed doubtftil ifi.tbefv^rjt^enrs.' ppmpen-satlon'measure will Be brought down, though,a compfonUfe.may be effected ii^ ihis^regard, d^d.^tiie government mayf Introduce a bill modelled on the British tColurdbia coinpensation act. ONC FOUR NEWS j^'Kir^Om Our Own Correspondent) ,i .ipaefour. Alberta, Janu4ry 27. - Atapther change In the mall service RutB A. R. .BJomebo ou again, aa carrier ftioai Maayberrlos to Sage creek. ?Mr..BJormebo took charge of the llbe tor a while last year and we are pleased to have him with ub again, [/^am'uel Cross entertatniBd some firl6nd� last .week at a porcupine dinner. Sattiuel had been told that por-i�i.ttpine was bettor eating that jack rabbit,^and finding the porky was eailter to get than the fleet Jack rabbit he had one served up. The general opinion of his guests, however, was against trying porcupine again. Mrs. C. A). Larson writes ah interesting letter from Blcbardaoli Minr eraV Springs, Ghico, California, where she /and Mr. Larson are taking the baths. They I6ft on the 16th of December ^ and stopped for Christmas in Calgary. They spent New Year's in Portland, Oregon," enjoying . a . rain. They got snow crossing the mountains into northern California and landed among the palm trees, oranges and lemons at Red Bitiff, and reached Clqco on the 5th of January. They will take the bath for two weeks and then go to Berkeley. FRANK (From The Blairmore Knterprlse.), Pte. William Goodwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Goodwin, of Frank, will arrive at Calgary on Sunday ihornlhg from England, having been discharged as under age. , Gapt Olson and Nurse Forrest, of the Frank Military hospital, left Tuesday inorning for Balfour,! B.C., where they' will be employed in connection with the new sanitarium, which has just been made of the C. PJ R. hotel ther^. V A motorman, named Charles (of Karl) Pokorney. aged about 27 years, was' found dead in the car shed of tlie Franco-Canadian 'collieries at Frank on Tuesday morning about 1 o'clock. Cause of death has not yet been decided, but a preliminary inquest was held on Tuesday, following a postmortem ejcamination of the body,' an'd adjournment was made to February th& 15th, pending result of analysis ' being made. Pokorney leaves a wife and three children.' In-tierment takes place this afternoon at the Blairmore cemetery. Rev. W. T. Young officiating. arMstlcftiyi; '*�ri*Med^ The living posterity' 61 this'", "venerable couple follows: :''��^"'� V^-couchs, has cauBedit to be used m mora homes than any Mother cpuEh. remedy. Under its healmg, Boottims^in*^^^^^ 'ticklini y-^ANABIAN wonua �( sni C demenstirating their kaea pa-trlottsm in a great many ways, tut tb� latest and most up-to^te Is the donning ot man's overalls and |>layinE a most important part In th� tworksbops �f the Dominion. It was ' At their awn Instigatloa that they exhibited a desire to take tbo places ot the men who had gone to the war. fThe wom�D of England are making munitions and replacing those at the Croat in almpst every kind of (rado, and it is nowadays consldrfwd to be abreast of the times foV the women of Canada to do a similar work and their littlfi btt to help the couittry la flxaes of need. a �hortae� of man labor has glvett (he woraiun every opportunity, and 4hay tiavtt rtssn to the oocasioi|. In .tl�� Co P. R. Angus Shops at Montreal �rthe women have been flrst with th� wcbttfon of emulating their sisters 1� .lijSnglaikd who are now wearing over-laild,Just like men, an^ now they also *�ear the breeches," They are glad .'(Bt.the change, for the skirts often ..U.'.^fv:,4onald�ralile' ooareii*' Uf^glir^'-i'mni '-aitriW^-oon. f; don't accept any!Hss � Sue Stac ej^i !ntte recently married. . Jq|lwLamb is back from Utah, and i'Wcate here again permanently. Hj^ Southern Alberta lookB betted tcmilm than anything he has seen whlle,at grinding of feed Is out of th(l question, and* a soft spfeU now Will be welcoined by the fahners for this pulfpoke. V .,. ''t .The doctor here, Mr. Wallter, was called to the home of H. j^ctnto^b i^o had ai severe atack of rheuma-tfim. We hope' tor a speedy convalescence. \_ Mr. Mulley has returned from, an extended stay In Calgary. S, Henderson .mp.tored to Vulcan to meet^lm. The' Httdson Bay. rallroBd";VHO -JiTin thrbiigb.>'L6mbnd when constricted, cutting the G. P. ft. at right a^isliBS. Lomond Is to lose a few of Its oldest and some of its most respected citizens, within a month's time if y. A. OstrUin and family can find a better place to live in, than' Lomond. Mr. Ostrum's hard'ware store was the second building erected In Liomond.-. We all hope M^.. Osfrum will still reside here. ^ A carload of cars arrived here at last Tuesday, much to the satisfaction of Lomondltes. moit hava'atteoiS rmi run gravf!,cha^cu1pr OMi -'^iinptlon, rncanijin{fli.'Ga&. e'Btlon of the VvMn^^'^^iilSftlSf^':, eae clBka,' avilfly^YEIiliritlii �4�tt delay, ifnllke �^iliaal^V cmigh mixtUreB, iyfap�ii/ ' tfes,' etc., go ta tlitf" atofnaoU; t. and every mother?kua#,B;hoiir: veaaily baby'a atomacb'c'iiiutlful,- You surely can have jpretty,'VBoft, lustrous hair, and lois of it, if you will just get a 25-cent bottle of Knowl-ton's Danderlne from pny drug store .or toilet counter andtry^it as directed. -Advertisement...  j ij:';- : , No odds how bad, your liver, stomach or bowels; how much ypur head aches, how miserable and uncomlort-ablo you are from a^cold, constipation, indigestion, biliousness and sluggish bowels--you can always get relief with Cascarets. ______ Don't let your stomach, liver and bowels make you miserable. Take Cascarets tonight; /put an end to the headache, biliousnegsi dlfji^ness, nervous-acss, sick, sour',^ gassy' stomach, bad cold, offensive breath, and all,./>ther distress; cleanse your inside organs of all the bile, gases and, constipated matter wliich is producing, the misery, A lO-cent box-meaira' health, happiness and a clear hdadj'foi^'montbs. All druggists sell ,Ca'rcki|etL,Jiot}.'t, forget the cSiiiar'en-t^eii^^iftlClnWldbs li'efed' a senile cleansjps, ),90.-~^fj^ ' RAYMQNO � ! ft. (Prom The Leader) rOeOpge and James Hoggie returned Ttiestlay from Utah, where they at-t^ftdodijthe funeral of their mother, wlio '^ssed away after a long and event()>l career. She was one of tl;e pfitiie'Ms of U'ah. '.^ih'it^year promises a recoi^-l:>reBk�r in building operations. Con-Xttsof.^ already have their hands full t^Jthi.lilenty of Jo'bs for spring.; .^irjy^nd Mrs. Powell Powellson cel-ei)M>^ their golden wedding at the fanUtjk residence': last Saturday. Frlfltffli.,.and' relatives assembled to do 'SMk honor I '8Bd a splendid' time >^i^^Bd, An object of much inter- '��4' ' VPerby, Eng., P^b. 5.-The hearing of i the case of Mrs.^'Alice Wheeldon, her two ;da.ughtera and the husband of ione^ of^tdem, iAln-ed' George^ M^ accuse;* of coBsjiif^Hjg tb^Miftider Pj-e-ajier Lloj?d" 'Geari�^ and Arfhiir Henderson, a member of the war council, w'as coqti|\ded';^9d(iyi;' The evidence was in the Wain Cjjihflrmatory of the ayegattohs made against the prisoners by Attorney General Smith in his opening Btateihe'ni last Saturday. ' -^rs. Emmeline; Pa:iikhurHt, tlie suffragist^ leader 'was present seeking an op^rtunity to make a public denial of al/eged, -.repoBtBv that t#ii^' jyototeh defeiJdShtr^n^'die^'eisWe: % of or workeraJn, behalf of the Women's Social ahfl Political .Union or other fleSg&l^eiMiiififrage societies. It was learned today that, if the grand Jury .returnsia,tir,ue iblll the pri&oneii will be takeu to London-for, trial byja 8^eclarju|r at.the Old Bailey. '�; �, ,  . Seven of the eleven'firms in Montreal .^^ajipplylng Jlflwr 4 to*^,rOntpr}ft' which were opposed by J. H.'PobettB of tltu Dominion,.Alllafice,,.had th^ir licenses eut ofby the'3(>ard'�jpr Ll^' cense (^ommisslonerB. ; _ mmm London, Feb. 5.-Olhe BritfaliTftrcia oil the Tigris have-now v,?e8t�.bllshei themselves west of.Jthe point wh*" the Hal river joins, the Tigris, s(mtli| KutieivAmora, wherp th^lr arflltej. controls at short' ranges the > mouth'^01 the Hal river, opposite Kut; Britiah attacks on Saturday resulted in t1% capture of Turkish � trenches to'ja depth of 400 yards qn a.SSO-yardjftont; says' today's .official -Statement on t^'^  'Ttgris operat;loiiat^;/;,;:\ 'K', pEFieS PIRATE CAPTAIN Copenhagen, Feb. 1,-Aocordmg /i^ The Ekstrabladet the captain ^of the Danish steamer Iris, which arriy^ at Copenhagen on Tuesday, defiedAjii' German submarme which; threaten*^ to:,sink this ship arid comp'eHed tlf>' submarines commander to permit hi) to sasj, .Thevifis,, encduntered t' ..(ubiiiariije: mU'^t OT�s ,;w�ageil I sinking another boat. The Danish craft was ordered to stopr and wa'^ boarded by the submarine captain wfi'o Inspected Its papersjin'd ordered, the crew to take to: tbeTemall boats > the Danish Gaptaln refuiedpsaj^ini' that the Iris was bound'from''oi)�^. neiitrai country to another..and'had np, contrabap'd on board, .ina ^ W. �* '"^ �varythlii|f aanltary and^ tiaaoma. 14 ;