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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 'THE At a'slightly enhanced price we can afford value! longer; wear, greater comfort, and; a guarantee Air to'.iout wear ony other rubber you worn, or May. others you can; now buy. Should tbeynotmeet thli re- tum them to us at Toronto, or to any.' GoodyearV Branch, and get-a new. pair, free. The Goodyear Tire' Rubber Co. of Canada, Limited, Qnt. guarantee; 60 pair, put on; black or choco- late; at ihqc re- pairers aod ahoe Mrs.' A. lln'rrls.who has been lU-.lor Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLV Subscription Ritei delhcrcd, pur week Pally, dellmcil, per yeir Dil.ljr, mall per year Weekly, by 'mall, per year .JS.OO Ijy por year lo U.S..JS.OP TELEPHONES Business Offlce............... 1'; Editorial OMca................. W, A. Buchanan John Torrance Dirfclor Business Mauneer Dates of'eiplry sic pear if'lf on Address label- Accept- "suce of. papers alter eiplratlcm dale Ii 'cur authority to continue lie juliscrlp- tlon. countries ILan Germany had stood tg vlolalo (Uo neutrality ol Del- slum, thai liicltua o[ bclns Hie clilo' of wna only Ii niilckost'niul tlio cleverest? H wi '.ii relief lo point out Ilial _lia was not only Ilio only transfiressor 6l lutcrnallonal law; anil 'we wsrg by no ineons wholo-henvledly when >ve to see nt last-that lawless depredations, on property .are not In Ui'o sanic cluss wllli lawless destruc- tion' of life. 'We have tried to be falr-mlnaed. haven't wo? hr.vo been sorry for everybody, ourselves IncluJcrt; wa havo Klvcii where we eoulrt and iiattcd ourselves'on the back uecause wo BJVO more or less Impartially to all- Wo hare set up a balance 111 which tha slns-ot Rasputin anil of Iho gen erals who sought, to holray nussla, thS nilslotes of Grey and Asriutth, even the lihortcomtnES of we'ro Diado to weigh heavily against that Intolerable load on the other sldo. Your Country rfght nowl ypu What Is the result? On Keb. 2, 1917. Iho Germans In Berlin dro astonished, their officials are disappointed by the anger at the American -ptoplc! and women with German of Iho nature of a bll'ZRrd, (IroVo Mr. >IacLeau' (From'Our Own Ccrreaponitenl) Mnnybcrrles, Alta., will celebrate Dominion Day. Noiv kcsp tills In and stampede, 'Four of the' elovaiofs have t buy, grain, and till Vu) ben} work In few days. The storm last Svlilcli ivns -f n, thiVola -..............._ ....._____JfiiTa sheep oft across Lhe lake La (be northwest A very considerable percentage died from exposure. Dr. Duncan h'aV'iilg office now coin pfctcd and has. taken up iiornmiionl residence. Tha rinjg -Blare will no) be ready tor a few Joys yet. Tho elcctilo. lights In Bailey. anil ilarsball's Euro look somewhat uielro poll (an. The Canadian iJahk'.of .Commerce has already begun tlio basement ot tlie new building, understand that a structure quite of the JnsLltu- ncs, cellow-clldens ol Ihc [Ion will bo erected. 'Surely we have the German government! jwan lucky, In. .the bank that came In Completely Restored To Health By "Friiit-a-tliesV----; RS2 Sr. .Yiuu Si., "In 1915, I was lakcu smiifr'nly. III wllli Acutb Stonach twutHf .i'riil dropped In Iho I WAS trcatca by several physlclfttia for two years, and my yrclzljj J riippM frolii 22j pounds to ICO pounils.' Tlion.scvfVil of my rriendj advised mo to try VFrylU n-LivesVi almast ii'ilhllti'ftitdcs'e, anil by iisiug thenij I recovered from the distressing Sto.-joch Trouble all pain and Couslipaiionivere'curcd; NTo'w I weigh SOS pounds.- I cannot praise "Fruit- II. WHITMAN.. ffx. a boi, G lor Irisl slic, 250. Atalldeilereorsentpostpiidby FruiU a-Uvu Limited. OtUwi. Tn the face of ttieso flg- submarlnB lue'nace has THE PROGRESS I v OF THE AVAR J The first nice days ot the'new Ger man submarine .warfare have shown that warfare to be decidedly ineffect- ual, according io ,the amount of ton- nage sunk. ii'res, the proved no less than a.-huge bluff on the part of Germany. Though a good many ships bearing valuable cargo -'.-have, and although ooe" liner has beau seal to the bottom with loss of life, the actual effectiveness of' the submarines so.fair" as any. blockade of the allied powers is.-concerned, Is I j practically nil. H Is estimated that a of. lona of Ehlpplng per (lav must be.accounted for by tbo Ger- Tnaus, before any submarines warfare 'can become' effectual' as- a blockade melhod, "aud the Han? have fallen far It ___ __ could'seo" how many of UB are Anierl- cans first, last, and all the lime, would that government, even In this last ex- LrohiUfi TUU the risk of driving us inlp the munition factories and tho ferine; Hoe? 1 1C there' should ho war between iia and Germany, .on which side would you fight? I know aud you know. But maybe Ihe German Emperor doesn't hero. Mr. .iUcDbnald, who so recovered tho curren- cy stolen by the yegBnien a few weeks ago, hai been promoted. The Citizens' .Lumber company has secured "a 'loc'atlgn. 6n> nvenuo and Third street doing business. Mr. .Holdorshaw l are already a ivell lo supuly his hotel.'. He is 'cpnvlncecl that he will plenty of be- tween nO.and GO feel." the sentiment expressed In that unierstand that Mr, MacKinnon letter, Is representative o( the Ger- has the contract the bank man-AmericEn mind, the United huildlng. Slates will have nothing lo tear from this element, should it be forced Into the'war.'. TRYING.'.Tb .DISCOURAGE THE UNITED STATES HOW NATIONAL cbVERN. -'I.'1 .MENT'MAY COME (From Star.) Thero is. but one.'.way. in which Naliorial governnfont; tan .'be had Parliament- inust'.jiye It- to '.us. Then is competent, to tlo I JS'ow.that United States has or. whlch 'can" act at ;'all oxcopt. par their propaganda or go out of business. liut if they are elicck- ed In one direction tbey are going ministry" which parliament ihorl of this mart- The Germans are showing a dis- rtwsltion 'to-.inake.'.ftnolher effort to sood relations with America; by offering some-sort of compromise oh the submarine warfare, whweby neutral lifeVlll-flnd greater prplcc I....... lion .fend, .it. Is United In made within ing Was papers' llamcnt'- and' thoVe wiio-aro-iis lead crs. If it do minister-must "laire the Irilllailvo, and with Germany, Ibe, Gernaan -t across the line are forced to givo w -to tc' don-e :lh aan propaganda or leader of the on- IJut if they arc position, between them, "agree upo The Bulldogi Are Comlngl' and ,-itiRt IB by bejn; invited lo enter .It hy those, charge' with authority, do Lho.'inviting and oireu then tho nilulEtry EO choae could.nol stand without the supnpr of parliament. So all this-talk about Vsuper ilmlng lo dispossess the sovern tlie prfme iiiinlslcr, and tho Icadc of tlie.opiioslllon, Is a gliosl stoTy( I chlldreu. Tho aim of It to diseredit Ihe movement for tr V orgcinlzalloii .that wljl-glvp the cpu try a uon-parllEan war "admlnlstn lion. The Qlm of to keep !p with partisan rule -wc; have, .an !goe with il', nnd [the chaos; electiou'fight as the witnessed lowards which the prese order of things la rapidly lendin There aro politicians on both" sld1 working -separately- aud somo them together to hririe on thfll'strif each group confident Ihat "Its sit will come out .ori: top nfcer th'e fra But llio'.couulry will be worsted an 1III! tlie empire arid the cause fdr-wh'l in- meii aro dying nnd women "weepln ration of TraT.lietwcen Uncle.s.amanU Geriiiny io dUraurage recruiting In tha They- are holding up what er picture to ic the awlul conditions in Cihadliui' training camps. Accord- ing to the New Yorker Herold, Cana- dian soldiers have to be'tept iri' train-- ment [he 'propmed new The Bulldcgs Ars Coming! iiig -camps by barbed charged' wttVejiecrriclty. This is 'said -to 'be. "in camps. So rhrill- news the Herold that last an "eiira" was" issued (From Our Own 11 a runs, Feb. largely attended nil very 'successful Joint meatliiB'of io U, R A, and Iho uiombert; ot tha rnmnn'p Jnattluta was on osilay afternoon. Tlio io larger I tlio locar'unloii has had or years. -For Iho or four cars tho local U.: R "A. Ii As-dragged ul a very, uncertain ice hut during the1 Tow ipiltha It lias taken on u new Laso'of fe and dcvcloiicd a new Interest nlliusliBiu .which, very juaulfest t the mcttlng on WedneBdn, the roullno reuorts wcro re- eived from the lo the Ed- "j on ton Irwln gave a cry Interesting account of the Wo- iiQii'a Qutneey gave Y ehort report, of tlie Men's conveo- Ion calling attention to (he reiolu- Ipug adopted aeklpg for rural credit, ural free hospitals, and government wctgnlng station and Induction of grain at Lclhlrldgu. All the dele- gites were enLhuElnsllcIn their tribute tlm open-handed hospltAUly of the city of Iho "great lu- erest shown (n (lie convention, Indi- cating that the farmers' organization was becoming a real factor In the life o( tlie province. ('John Lund gave an eiceedlngly I Cresting "account of the work ncconi- by tho U. P. A. In which ho showed considerable histrionic and iKorary flblltty. Ho drownltentlon'to Lh'e fact thai the union hod cs- tabltshetl a weighing station.______ fanners "and had .coal; (Lour, twine and. 'coiilmadUlcs at reduced iirfcesiand. glveh'lhelr support to ninny resolullous'ivhlch thb provincial organization had succeeded In gelling" embodEcil In legCsldllou. There was considerable discussion upon the Euture relation of the wo- men's organization to Ihc U. F. A. ended in the passing of a QIO lldn that" the executives of-the two ion mat me executives ol-the two Umtf sirrorln's from ladles meet to confer on the mailer. Before close of the inciting Mr. Private R Major J. IA Siauclt uaTQ.beeb.'giren Bions in Ihe lo 'IJie south 'piy'-. homage to the me morr of Lhe man Those name ilands oflt .-fltoTe -all olhers In tfie-fciistory ol the United war Trlth Germaay, tie name of the great emancipator Carries doable sls: For just Stales fvas plunged into a civil vrar lo all: men should he fs States .alxmt L; to-be plunged into a war. that has not wantUo' go rope'to 'fight for the Interest of llus- fields-of northern .France. Eastern Canada are said to be the same as'in Alberta." .The-editor o! the Herold might in- terview Teddy Roosevelt on the sub- ject'of Canadians and .their part -In tie wan" I' -.been raging for 30. mo'nlhs. ID order to dcmocracr for which. Lincoln, stood. ;Xo hesitation .-would tliere have been on Lincoln's-part In" the case.of the .German enslavement' of ant He! pan s.V We'cannot that will hesitate nmch longer. In 'taking against .the arch enemy of Gennany. _ An American calls Tlieodore Hoose veil the John Knos'oi Am'erlcE. That ought, to assure him the Presbyterian vole'il he -runs for office again. Hughes writes to an American paper that "I have bscn long "a mem ber. nfi a peace society." N'eedltaa'.to say, the" S. Hughes referred to Is not onr If Sir Sam had hia way the" soyeniment for apy service needed event" of. war., City .CouDcll took a slanil iri favor of the.'e.Ttenaion of the Federal and-I'rprlnclal-iranchlBe to women governmenl-efan' to paved roada in" cities which, connec with the eau'ttty', good roads- system Richard -Bell, GarmV city .water w'prks injured. about week ago .when he fell into the fly wheel of Ihe- big pump, is" suffering from a broken neck, and is from peace societies the" 'country. GERMAN-AMERICANS DROP r Where, Till the. German be ID case the United Slates Is forced Into war with Germany? II would ap1 pear that most cl them would'drop 'the hyphen and stand before the rnemy as At'Ieast r Jhosa wbo are-talking talk that and II Is likely, they represent ihe be barred from says, under, the cap- tloi A Van "court Is.asked to decide JJcut-Coi. Jolin'Bond, .editor of th Canadian War Cry! and afsalvatlonls otmlernational will leave To roiito shortly work of similar character-in- Rev. GordoB; Dickie, who has, lei El. Stephen's "Presbyterian accept Ihe. pasiprate at S John's NeKfoundland, WB presented .with" J300 from his old co gresallon. Dr. John pastor of Calvary Presbyterian Iluffalo, Is an .embershlp of Jlajor .Hamilton cal, has sailed., for CanadaVoti _.-. eave -a'''laTigV 6E. ollieeri .nd 500.'men. 'Major Gault now.wear's of the" norlda'.. Citrus' Bi change at a meeting estimated tho damage to. fruit 'on Hie treea.cauEet jy the .recent cold would, reach'- j Laughlin mi Lhe origin and 'purpose of'the KariQ- ers' league. He sidled that tho league'had originated in Xorlh Dakota where It had met ivith phenomenal success. It's aim Is lo elect fanner fcprcEcnlatlves to the legislature in as many constituencies n'if-possible so that the farmers' would have an cffecLLvc means of securing thVT leglslalion they Tlio province of Alberta'Is 'oeing .canvass- ed: and organized at Lhe present lime aud a large hclfig cured 'for ,lhc good arilfil throughout Lhe meeting 'showing d disposition to' avoid parti san or" -seclariau. diScusstoas ;which well [or-the TutiiTe'briheilocfl organization. The.ncit will be At'the'TegulaVinonthly meeting .of the .'Tillage night, he RCCTC was "empower: edlloj make ,warrangement iiosslble the east; well with a -'view to; 'securing' a'reserve Bupply o( water Tor lire'prolectlon-' E. H. Popham haa reLurned from Kig" Tisit to--Oregon. ..He says tho pGbplo of.that.uart of Uncle Sam's co'unlrv arc clamoring Eor'the chance try for_ Kaiser .Bill's arc pleased to record that Mrs. HcDermbtt Is .mating satis' 0.: pleaded jpderich to a t charge 'of taking. Ui funds'- of-. Huron .Lo'flgc, T.O -w'asSl .___ 'as'Temovcd to.thc-hos- pllal week, ller co'ndlilon It Is Is Iniproviiip. Sirs. JnoV Paulson.who has bcen-EO hospital was rcniovcd Id oilier father, J. Ke'aLs, umlor- BLan'd.sUe. will !lo CflHfornla'shortly In Iho Iriiercsls of. her health. Lyons..'aud Myrtlo- Welsh hav'c Iheir positions at the Ihe beginning of ricxl: tbo office will be in charge -of -a.- lady, from C'algary..'-'-- Mlss'i'Grace -Hurschrnan of Kcu'ex Helen Molr SuridaV cvenlnEland -Monday.'.'V "-fwbjiicanrtldatcs1 were Inlltialcd at the.; regular'.Joieellng on A crowd allcuded, ilio riiaanu'ETidVdanCB1 on Friday 'evenlnu at our- greatly dahciiig who appeared :to he a ,very heaullfii 'after ward' turned he'a mere'''inan much 'to dismay, of said youn n ashing rlcauB Ucinrtlng 'from: Germany as osslble-tp wing to'tho" rca'trlclirtjaccbmriio'ilflllon ood ol llvlns nd the nbserico p'C shipping facilltlea n IloUand. The ANY; .MORE "REFUGEES The Hague, iyla' London, Feb. Slaurk'e Ihe American charge' ed atjBer- If yoiir'litllB'bne'B'lohEue Is 'coiled. II is a surealEn the'a'toinacK.- liver aiiil bowels ing pi once.- 'your'chlld la cross, listless.' doesn't sleep, eat 'dr'acL'naUiralljv'lt bretlli Is stomach cold, throat It poonful ot "Callfo'riilli'Syrup of aha In a' tew hours ail '.the; clogged up, and 'uh- llgeatEd rood will gcilly.niove. out bl. he play-' :ul cliilfl again. Iher a. grain elevator Is a building or! adf orate of church-nrtvcrtislng, and an engineering work. The s elevators at Vancouver arid Calgary are" monnmenlal blunders." [calvary church Is.the best advertised ihurcli In Buffalo. r and street car adverLlslDJg arc the indiums he employe. opioioTi ol their (ellows. It had feared, as It wav.evident In the caijy of the the Gerrnan- Amcrlcan3 were that they he a source bt internal LronWe, prohablj reroluLiprir' If the United Slates were lo tabs'shies against" the land that here from whence came their forefathers. Germany haa (ravelled a long road since 1914, and conduct has gradually-but snrely lost her the sympathy of-.her; people jri the United Stales.' The latest sub- tnarinc threat has" severed tho cym- that EO'long. cilstcd. German- NATIONAL FOREST ENLARGED Washlogton, Feb. President Wil- proclamation add national forest in son has signed 'a Ing to the Yi'ullmfc .Oregon" acres on the divide .be- tween the John Day, Powder and DurBt rivers. sentiment Is'oipresaed.rn a .letter fn Ihe York.Times v'jtb, written by Rachael Capcn Schauf _iRer. This ledy sayJil are Ihe' AnerfcanYclUzeris .who are ready at last to: sign the! c.-Oehnan names utidVr an. opinion tha goTernment fa Trrongi Kerens "one. ]'_ raany; of us who hare Valch'ed from the heglnnfng this great has there been .an Inner slruggle? r6 jjaro talked -'.sometimes .on. one 3e; Vpmelimes 'on the! olhcr. S.hVTOlsnatched eagerly at In fence'of. the'.side w.d did not. want coridemnV Could It.haye ibebnTrllef when-'iCis'eem- i. fd'for A brief time So n to iure ol uru- formly good Orangei. for Sunkut, ana have them delivered in oripntl tiuue wrt your dealer. Uniformly Good K Oranges C JTiiit FraitCi n i T. i U.M' At thc'anriua; I3p Inicti Cattle Breeders' association t Toroiilo, John Cardhouse, the prea- dcnt, 'said that Ihc-shortage Jn the attle Eupplj1'assured-high prices for orae come. Three thqnaar.d churcKcs In-New oik Slate havo to Mshl the nuor traffic-- The call for ncllon erit out racently conlalncd'thc signa urea of three hundred clergymen o vr York City and ylclntly, In which orty nationalities arid tea languages cro represented, At a conference with the Hoard Control the UamiHoa city and diatrlc 'ilydro-Electrlc IntcreBls. arrangeil fo a 'deputation to go to Ottawa ant fight the Canadian Northern's appli callon for an. entrance through thi north end of Hamilton. It la fel that tho Hydro radial by-law whlcl was defeated may he amended EO a to be satisfactory lo Hamilton, an carry when voted on again. The C N'.R. route Is (he one Iho Hydro radia proposes following.. Daniel .brother of th cC- .Police of Ntagara-on-th Lahcr-had a thrilling .experience b being carried, out' Into Iho Niagara rirer on an ice floft which broVc away from the main Jam.when he was out shooting ducks. The life-saving crew al Fort Niagara launched a boat and succeeded In reeuilng him, after he was for a few hours In (hi3 dangerous position.' "i" Sir Sam militia, Is la be qne'of.'lh'q at a meeting o[ of Boston, on Fcbr.uarvv'ir AH Chinese cafes at Branlford'tiave hcen. ordered" to close "fprlvatc stalls, or curtained dining section5, though Ihese hare eleven years, Plecerilly the .police failed lo secure conviction the Chinese of the city for Sunday gambling, a restaurant keeper acting as interpreter., An action has again bec-n catered y" Edward Smith nt Oagooie hall, oronto; against the Merchants-Bank f Canada to recover; for .oncys alleged lo hare h'eea'procured y the defendants. Tim n occasions brought ctlonsl.agalnst this bank, Targe sum in with Lhe account of fils com- vs._ Sunlight Soap is made for the housewife's profit, for only thereby can hope to profit.' Sunlight Soap makes yourwofk lighter, your clothes home brighter.'It is mild and pure and docs not harm cither 'hands or fabric. lnko- needn't ,ue 'caind .lo ;thls Millions of causc they, know Itiy.a'clloc ipn the tloraach, liver Is promiiL and sure. Tlicy. also know giv- en today EQVCB a glck child. tomorrow. Ask your druBElil io'r'a BQ-ceht bot- tle of "California- vSjiyp'' of contains' (lir'ectlplii for.Dables, cliildreii of all ages 'arjfl "for.: grown lips plnlnly on'lric'.rioniei'.Beifafe'of counterfeits' sold here.'Get tba genujno. mado ;Syrup Com- AdverlUemenL' WE SAVEYOU MONEY? ON WEARING FOR YOURSELF 4 FAMILY NORTH LETHDRIDGE. mission, business, they have all been dismissed.-, "The Happy Way Health" is not thrbuth' mountains of of dope. It is per selection of iwre air and rational eiccrcjw. you have keep it by eating Shredded the'' fSrjd- tfiat; siipf lies all the'nutntive ifiat'erial i needed for wprk'br'play .and in a digestible form.' If you have: losf your'health you can' regain' it Shredded -.Wheat, the'? food that supplies builds healthy tissue.'.with- out overtaxing the .digestive organs, Always the same price, always the same high quality. nour- ishing meal for. jri few, cepts. F- Made in TOitlSWEStORS THOSE WHO, .TIME TO TIME, HAVE FUNDS ,-REiQUiRJNG INVESTMENT MAY'PimCHASE AT PAR DOMINION OF CANADA DEBENTURE STOCK IN SUMS OP THEREOF Priocipal repayable let Qclobcr, 191 01 InlCTcst payable hidf-ycarly, 1st April urnl 1st Oclpbcrly' cheque (free of e'xchiugcal any, chartered Dank ID Canada) mcnt of nllodnsnl mMJc under any future war loan issue in Canada other Ihin aaisaue pT-TroAsury bills or other like ahorl of ihia slock for war A commission of onc-quVrUr of one per tent will be olknrtH lorccogniinl bontl-and Block broken on nUoimcpis made ia rcapccl of applications for Lhla stock which bcAr their Mamp. For application forms apply lo'Ihc Deputy Mi clsler of Finance, DEPARTMENT OF F1NANCS. OTTAWA V OCTOBER 7lh, ;