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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 11 ' t2r if DAILY AND WEEKUY Subscription Rates: no)5s metlioda In some direction mid a certain i^mount of co-oporatlon, which would ,be of advantage to all. , In Uiis first place, tho Bosrd of Trade suggests that the merchants hnvo two distinct prices, ono a cash price and Jho oilier a credit price. Tn that way the cvistomer may bo encouraRCti to do a cash Imsino.'js. The board also encourages the merchants to limit their crodlt business as much as pes PUcMd up JN:^ FOR THE BUSY MAN Bally, delivered, per weoh ..... *�*^isiblo. The credit business lias wrcck- JJailv,:delivered, per year .....'5M!?ied many ii promising undertaldng, Daily, by mail; per year ........S''-?" Weekly, by mail, per year ......Sl-oO .Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S..$^.00 � TELEPHONES Business Office............. Editorial Office ............. W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Manasing Director Business MaJiagcr 1252 1224 The Chapman Bngln�* Works at Dundas Ont., were badly domaged by fire. John 'Lesge, sen., ono of St. Mary's olddat and best/knoywn. icwdents.. Another movo supKCstod by the LoUibrldge board is to have some cooperation in the way of delivery. If; dropped dead In his clialr at home Letlibndgo is at all like Cal.nary. an amount of money is wasted hy competition in delivery. A central delivery -would be a very hiusluesBlike arrnnpement in any city. The Lethbridge Board ' of. Trade would do well to pro even further than Upward of 100 boys wUt, be discharged front the expeditionary force units in Winnipeg district on account of being under age. Corp. H. Mcfiallum who left Cal- Dates of expiry or subscriptions ap- ^ pear drMy on address label. Accept-' cnce of papers after exrJmticn date is our authority to continue t^ia jubscnp-tlon. that and induce the merchants to en-'gary as a private In the 50th batta-courage their crietomors to carry their lion, ,has been awarded the Military own parcels. Tf purchasers wotild Medal. . . carry parrels of a moderate size, the: - ^ -i- - cost" of the storekeeper would bo A. Moffatt former pdsfmaater at rreatly reduced. Of fcourse, the cus- Pembroke, Ont, is- dead. Hia father tomer forgers that in the long run ho ^ was the first pos.ynast^ot^the^town ';papa for the delivery. -. and his son now'hoU\� the" liosltion. S'our King and Country need'you i-isht now! Rev. B. W. Thompson, of > Ottawa, has accepted an it�vitsCtion* to Young I Methodist church, Winnfpisfg. PREMIER. MARTIN'S COMMENDASLE STAND Premier Martin of Saskatchewan! gained the confidonoe of all right-' The Mennonitos ,of fta'gue. Sask-thinking men of Western Canada atchewan, have forwarded for pa-Avh^in. on Thttrsday, he read out .of the iwrposes a eontrihHtiou of T-,, 1 _ 1 - , , ^1. I'SOO as a mark of their appreciation Liberal membership of the house tho of the peace aid qiii^atnesj^ giiara.^-membet for Biggar, Mr. C. H. Caw- teed to them by the gQ>-^rnmenL THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The United States' government is,' still pursuing Its course of "watchfulTthorpo, and Intimated that he would � , ., vaiting" for the act -which may thro-w ask, his: e,Tpnlsion from the legisia- '^l^t^ Amerl^a^ sa^lora-r-Robert the country into war. Nothing ha3 as ture. Atlthe sam� Ume he approved Jo\T Smith! f^iSlrb^^warded yet occurred \yhioJi would lead the i the resifenation of two other members. $25,000 salvage by jhe'.iirize court of " ~ 'His action was due to the findings of London for saving "ttie ocean-gt'ing .commisalons appointed at the last 9� h^ fropi New . .L._ ^ _ t . York to Englan4,, V . country into actual -warfare with Germany, hut with liners bearing U.-S. . . citizens now overdue In BriUsh ports.! session to enquire into charges of mis-the situation is tense. The holding I conduct brought against these men, of Ambassador Gertird as a hostage In Germany to ensure the safe conduct of Von Bernstorff was serious novelist ..........,------- Richard Harflii^ . E�vl8, and against H. C. Pierce of Wadena, and war corresponSent, who died m spending a term in m as u-result of prosecutions by the ^j^^^ ^gj^tg adnilnfatr^tlon had enough, and an-ontrage never beforej^r^^f^wlng the findings of ^^^^^^^^^ committed by an^ ."'iT^?- But the American ambassador Is now released, and -will be on his way home Sunday. The British are continuing their successes on the western front.where, ^...... , . uai;cu v,. substantial-gains-ar�f recorded near.ment of th^-^province: But private ,.ou,e dressingB. an Preiser'Jl-artin's action was strong at Mount Vetnon.. ^.; and" statesmanlike and will commend Frederic C. Penfisld. wife of itself to'the people of Saskatchewan, American ambasBadpr kt Vienna, �The findings of the commission Im- closed the worksliop wh.ere 30 -------^-----, ^r,=.o,i ,r, mpinhpr Pullman porter, who 1? alleged to hav�. pawned ?10,000 worth of the gems for^aOO. Sir> Robert Borden has given, nolioa of a resatutlfMi a3ki:ig rarliameritf^to prov'i^ salaries, of $r,ftnn for . Sir George Porley, 'Overseas Min^tor.'of MillUa, .and $5,000 each for'Mr. F. Bi McCurdy, Parliamentary Secretary of Militia and Col. Hugh Clark,. Under-Secretary of State for External: >Af-. fairs. � . '  \yar bread soon will make itp ap^ pearance In Prance. What l^)nd It will be- has not yet been deflni.tely decided but experiments now are- being made with a new bread that will contain more whole wheat flau^ than that now sold,  The Manitoba Christian Kideavor uilion has notified the United Society of Christian Endeavor that It will ^be OF II tepf BODY KMlMHad An Hovi^e SdkMM SiM' TaUni ,"FRyiT.A.TlVES". ring, Reigns Supreme ins.-^ 7%e Subset Ci^"^-'' A big dty-f-the fourth largest in Canada-with all U� advantage^ ayl oiv,, portunlties; situated at the ocean have of the historic Bookies and sjirrotmdetl by one Qt the moift: beautitijl scenic wonderlands In the wofl*. VAl^CpyVBR/ Is protobted from )harsh winds, storms and severe cl)inatio� condition, and warmed by the Japanese Curient, .** Many Attf^ciions Wi^^ See the gigantic ocean liners on the water front-tha AMei^of-WiiC' and Submaplnes in th^ Hfrbor which never freezes. See Uipv Hydroplanes and AeroplaMe,? ol the British Columbia Aviation School. Inspact', fiiO'Mg Govern-, Grandcourt, and further south-east. The British Commons will be asked to vote the biggest war loan yet, to^ tailing 52,500,000,000. * - CAWTHORPE AND ROGERS-MARTIN AND BORDEN? Premier Martin of Saskatchewan has>id the Liberal party of that pro-.-jrest lor cieauer uuu luu.^ %'ince-four jnBBiUeratOt,th.a.lfig^ . ture'^rho have been ftftmd to be im-1 jjanitpta and British Columbia joters - plicat^ in sKiridals which constitute " � ~ . ' J. W. Weart of South Vancouver, has been Selected as speaker-qf the new legislature. E. J. Ba^^den, a well known resident of Victoria, formerly MR. MARRIOTT -73 Lees Ave., Ottawa, Ont., .: August flth, 191(5., . "I think it my di^ty to tell you wha^ 'Truit-a-tivos" has done for me. Threo years ago, I tacgan to feel run,-down and tired, and sulTered very much fr^in Liver and Kidney Trouble^ Having: read of " Fruit-a-tlves1 thought I w?>uld try them. Tho rosul| was surprising. During tho S} yeara pastj' I have taken them i)bgu1urly and would hot change for anythin j. /havt not had an hour's sickness since I commenced using "Fruit-a-tivcs", and I -know now what 1 haven't known for  good many yearsthat is, the blessing pf a healthy body and clear thinking brain". WALTER J. MARRIOTT. SOe. a lM>x, 6 for. $2.S0, trial size, S6�. At dealon or*sent psslpaid on rccelpf .of priee by. Fruit-a-tiVM Uaitod, Ottawa. I There i8l;ovoi-ything to make your Winter Holiday .-..enipyabfp. VAN-f; cppyB^, invites YOU. Send-today-for fkee BOOIUjIBT- " ^ ' J, Reginald Davts&H ; 26J' City- Hall 'Bidg. Industrial. Con')nnl�8lon�f   - -VaRCo'ijver, .C. members of the Liberal party were thVlale E^pe^pr�Ftancls-.J.oseph-gave Implicated, and Hon. Mr. Martin has his recognition'by conferring on Mrs. InUmated In the clearest possible Peafield, a high or^eri . manner-that he will not brook dirty i � .V- ,pomics^n the part of any of his , A^f^'llit^ i^n^'plL ^'"b^ iaTai^ster oFManitoba. has beedVip. porters.. In a man Uke Martin the exempt all' dwellirig houses,' pointed sergeant-at-arms at the legis-' puUlc.can place confidence. There erected for a .period'of two years, to lature, vice Charles Culiln. . . .'. � .. 'seems to be a strong tendency in the encourage people ' at, Sarii^a "to build: ~- ^st for cleaner and more indenend- homes and thus help the house j The death ocenrred m -Montreal -of ofor^ifv TtTAhinm � Mr. Isaac Phillips, late" license., lu- specter of Niplssing. The -deice^Bed j Maiuiyjua auu ^^..,..0.. .^-...^--------- _ y---\yfR3 one of the,-tft^iwff^. wa?, distribution of'relief funds among of that province approve their premier's action. PRAISE. FOR BOARD O^ UTILITiES" ACTION �While the Alberta Board of Public' fire which'-Vls ac'couatable reached the-footpath .wluoh^ru^^^ ^^^^^^ ^t^jj^e^ relatiops be to tlie � troiiches.'' We, were""entering the region of bullets : wBich : come for appointed from the Judges of the pro-vincei^ Hoi,. Bob Rogers, now 'Dominion minister of public works, has been found:to have been implicated in chargiBs constituting malfeasance of office\;whi!e minister of public works of th^' Manitoba government in 1911: A Commission appointed similarly to i tijg province when they run short of ^^^^ is without covei: rof any kind. that -which JmpUcated the SaskatcJie-jjjsf'Ial'and have nothing else to kick when we reached the-ruin-known as ^an members established Rogers'; about there are times when they are ^^^^^^.^J^J:^, and in a moment the airt.'was literally '. A otub tOyWrite letters to Norwood boys at the (front has Just been form-: ed, with headquarters at the Noi^-wood 'Press, Winnipeg. It wi^s fett that there was a great need of thl^ work amongst the boys in the trenches, as many of them have no relatives and few Intimate friends in |he battalions to which they have been drafted. A plil^n of the prisoners of war at" Fort Henry, Ont., to make an escape jias just been discovered in Kooin 13B, which had been dubbed Hinden-jjurg date; biit which Was recently closed; It -was found that the pria-oners,had started to -work on a tunne} leading out to the Moat. It is stated that the prisoners must have been wdrkiag on this for over a inonih. Jn'/tiie ei-eri't'of the" United ^tatis . declaring war,' it is probable that a will not be interrupted-seriously as a|�number of Canadian officers'will be ears of age tween Germany and' the: Ualted . iH�="n? States, Henry Morgenthau former am- sweepmg across from the^two sides or ^j^ggg^o^ Turkey, assoAed -at -New the ^^1*^�^^ )^";^^i*!^Ui�^rist York after a meeting of the American immediateteJ m front It is this cross - ^^jm^ittee for ATiiienlaif and Syrian relief. ; ; ; - part\ln th^ Manitoba. Ecandal. Sir j^^jf gar hysterical. The case Roberts Boiflen. should, follow ip liothhridge mine purchase bylaw has humming. It was the warmest five Rogers''case the same policy as Hon.lcaHed forth much comment from the minutes we had yethad-but-suddenly Mr. Martin followed m -the cases of the; Siaskatchewah menVbers. Will h,e 6o soj. or -will he take Hon. Mr. Rogers acrpsl* to England to represent Canada atlthe Imperial conference? LETI^BRIdGE - RETAILERS QN THE RIGHT TRACK ' 'i?he' action of the retailers of Leth- press. This is natural as it is the first the firing died away' and thereafter time a rity bylaw of any ^mensions' '"'^ only encountered thi regulation has been ruled out by the board. ! amounbof lead. ^. I We were bound for a. place called The Calgary Herald, commenting on ^^^^^ t^e wWded are the.action of the board has this to coilectsd. It lies on the edge-of a say* under,the caption "A.Wise De- wood close behind the trenches. "The cJdon"- '  Dump is not .arT^ery,'cheerful :fpot on of Alherta-refused to allow the city ,i,g through the .trees, snapping .off loaned to assist in the organization of the forces; There are many who have returned from active service at the front, whose Experiences would be of great assistance to the Americans in quick mobilization and equipment. hrldge in getting together for the pur-; of Lethbridge to raise money for the brancbos,"'andl)urytns'themselves in pose of establishing, if possible, better; purchase _of-a coal mine. In the iud!?- the trunks, and the shells passing i-elatlons between wholesalers and re- fj^!'l^iJi^'h^^^^ overhead on their-way,to Hell Corner. . , , ^ , refusal was un-�-arranted. It had been t. took some tlmp to rollpct- our TT' ^^7f^^^^' '^�n^-�-e^.fe^plainedv,hat the coai^ mine would: .J^VdS fnd irwafmldUht whe"n to the end that the consumer shall re-1 he a Tuoney-maker for the city. For ^ ^.g ]gft the Dump. We had a com-ceive better .service at the smallest "Vhfs reason the mai-or believed endor-: pgratlvely quiet journey^, back past cost thus putting an-effectual check-ftjop-th, expenditure was justi-, s,iper's Farm and the dead, on the mail order business, is to ber^'e are bound to admit that in this''cTe^^f Yp�/e^ V'ouTc'amp' which most highly commended. No one cans matter the Utilities Commission show-: ,ve reached at 2.30 Just as dawn was doubt that a great deal can be done ;ed more -jyisdom than the mayor. To beginning to break and the first lark to make these relationships more;'''-'' worship it mieht be clear as day- ^(-38 coinmMicing his morning song of Pleasant in a b, way. and'^ we are sure the general public will ^^^or ,s mortal, as are the rest of! of^a'man'^to acwa" cTna^-appreciate the efforts of the retail us. and liable to err. The mine might dian Fjeld Ambulance through the merchants of the city. The people oftwrn oat a white and then battles at Ypres, gives us a good in- . . ,: where- would the city bo in these. sight into the work that the Canadian araiy medical corps are doing at the CfliLLSVOU Sunshine, Fruit and Elowcrs ;,Balmy Air and the very feel of Summer Days in Winter Timcr-^.this is the lure of California 00 NOW I Union Pacific System �to \r Southern Alberta have come to look,; times of strenuous financing? upon the business men of LeUibridge" live bunch of fellows who as It has been laid down as a funda-l front., Journeys like this' are the , mental by the commission in Us hand-' daily portion of the members of these appreciate the dimculties of the farnl-|llng of 'municipal proposals for new units. They are united In a common ers, and who look on the farmers as 1^"^"'^'"^ present at least: purpose to do all within ljuman power I>u�inpc PAY **<�*� Bxperieoced MM tirM'jf ' " arc w�nlcd tor ( ilUy.  ir*m�i�M I, PA-TROLS. -31 mltloB: B. H. Wll< f hojlf OF CANADA MEAD OPriCE  TORONTO A General Banking ^its|^es|8 cohducted, offering special fajciU-ties in the handling of ^^ismess accounts. - { w I^HBRIDGE B%^H C^AlifimSt BRANCH 2M, lllhStrMtN. make YOUH DOLLARS AT -r HE FRONT- ^ Buvr CJINAUA WarSai'[email protected] Cebtifigat^S - � . ... $ 25.00 FOR $' 50.00 ** 4-3.00- . 100.00 " se.oo^ INDIVIDUAL PURCHASES LIMITED TO SISOO, re FOR FULL PARTICULARS APPLY AT ANY lANK: OR ANY MONEY ORDER POST OFFICE - - JAN. s. isn m A Year of Wonderful The thousarfds of policyholders of The M�nul^c- tur'ers Life Insurance Company will read withjgleasjire ^ the substantial gro'wth made during 1916, as indicated by the Annual Report. The following figur^j^^sp^k for themselves. �.'�,";;. 1915 INSURANCE IN FORCE . . . . $83,74W72 INSURANCE WRITTEN AND REVIVED......... 12,599,040 POLICY & ANNUITY RESERVES I7,/37.01I PREMIUM INCOME ...... 3,232.237 TOTAL INCOME . SURPLUS------ ASSETS ..... 13,629,21.1 ^,373,^ 4,387,763 -----.... zmm ---------. . 20,744,678 J2i694,|35 (The mortality experienced .was.over^Joil less than amount provid�d lor. The�;|Miy� ments to policyholderv jiinQJinted '!!;tQ $1,782,380. in aiddition to.\yh)?h ihert^as set aside a further sum ijf $2i0O7VfO6,*l reserves and dividends to polipyhqldei1i| tor ' Oopif of Our Annual Report wlil be gladly nulled on req^jj^t tfcf Manufatstureii'i ���V:.:; Iii��r��?)�,po!iBip�B7\ "  ; -p. A. WINTEMUTE, Manager, C�|Mry< j .-" . R. 8. MABER, District Agent, LeiHbrVgt \' ' - ' ' .