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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ^Age four ^tbbrlbge "Deralb ictbbrl&ge, BlDcrta DAILY and WEEKLY the lethbri DM ( Subscription Ratts: IWly. delivered, per week : Daily, delivered, per 3C��r ......|oOO Daily, by mall, per year........ Weekly, by mall, per year jVMkly. by mall, per year to TJ.S.-J^.uw TELEPHONES ^^^^ BtJSlness Office*............... Editorial Office ............... "* ' W. A. Buchanan ManaglnB Director John Torrance Business Manager Dates of expiry ot sribsCTlpOons "P-pear dr'ly on address labe . Accept-knee ot papers after expiration date 1� cur authbrity to continue the iubscrlp-- tlon. Your Kino and Country need.you right now� CANADA OMS or ITS UMSi Ptr iMkinK aMit. | r�r WMMnc dUhM. \ Mr alMUiIng and dMnfMtins nfHKMmton. Par rwMwInc erdlMry ahatnM. tiana f��m drain pipaa and alnkk mWIM >U��TITVni> tWGIUETT COMPANY LIMITED ^ pickMd upjM ^ passing ^ ^^r.^ Wllltam B. Carlfale was selected for postmaster at Chicago: � Capt A. J. Howard, of theficots Guards, son of Lady Strathcona, Is again reported wounded. Lleut.-Col. TumbuU, a Hamilton officer, who has seen service at the front, replaces Lleut.-Col. Burleigh as head of the Welland Canal forces. The Manitoba government granted $3,000 to military work of the Young Men's Christian association at home arid abroad. City of Totonto"^ �cl&ol estliBateB are over a q\iart�ff;B^ A mllUon'..ao!��*. The 2lSth Irish Guards of Edmon ton commanded bv Lieut.rCol. J. K. Cornwall left last Friday for an unknown destination. Col. F. W. Marltt'H^ has resIgn'Si! as Assistant Dir6ctoe.'of Medical Services In Military Diatcier No. 2. (Toronto.) W. E. Cochrane, Mutual Life ifiom-pany Insurance .agent, at Yorkton, Sask,, was klll&d'by'a kick frd|rt, ,f horse, which he was hltcliing lii^;. Word has hen received nl/M6ntfeiil, of the death In St. John, N:B:,^aif F. S. Bonnell. provincial nuinag�r of tile Northern Life AsRurance Co., inrhls 65th year. r. � Do^'t let m health any long* |r.r6b youof life'spleasures. Get back your appetite, ; strengthen your digestion,. Btiihulate your liv*, regu-! late; your bawds and uttf ipii^ your blood by taklni^ bMit dian tha'Cana: r.not.to so north Flight Comiraaiaer R. H. � M)il��cl>; D.S.O., a wen ktibtn AVinnlp^g Aym. , tor, has just be6ft promoted t6. the Two more Canadians have been ap-|j.jjj,|. sciuadrbtt'commnnder., pointed to commissions in the Im-' porlal army-Lance-Corp. Marchpillips and Pte. H. J. Campbell. THE PROGRESS . i OF THE WAR . . ' The latest phase of the situation between United States and Germany Is the refusal of President "Wilson'.s goTemment to re-open discussions of the submarine warfare with Berlin tinder present conditions, or until Ger-jnany's declai'atlon ot rinrestrlcted warfare is withdrawn and pledges re-tiewed. The decision has also been raacbed by heads of American Atlantic lines to arm their passenger liners, and tbey have applied to the navy department, the only source of supply,^ for naval guns. These will probably be famished, it being argued that this will not change the commercial statu; ^f the ahlps. .  The British actlTity In Mesopotamia ment was aggressive, with the result I ^he two-day whirlwind campaign that this province now owns one of for the Y.M.C.A. work ended at Whit-the most modern and far-reaching by, Ont., with something over $2,000 plants of any province or state on the and enough more to. come to continent. A few years ago the tele- �o�Plete the 12.500 aimed at. phone business of the province had t �, * t _ j , ,>� � " , ^ ^ j . Lieut. James \V. Bovd, of Toronto, grown |o large that a separate depart- ^-ho was at one time in the employ ment was formed, but to the founda- of the � ----'-*-----�"� Uon laid by Mr. Stocks is due the suc-c^s of the telephone system today, i Mr. Stocks' death Was a distinct loss Fift>-�ve per cent of the pupils in ,^ to the province for which he has ^on. by Insurance. Harbor Commissioners, has Admiral Sir-David Beatty,, Q.C.B., K.C.V.O., has accepted the VlccrPresI-dency ot the British and Foreign Sailors' Relief association. � Cardinal Dloniede; Falconlo, Prefect of the Congregatlbri ot Roliglous Affairs, former apostolic delegate In the United States, and formerly ot Newfoundland, is at the point ot death. Fire damaged the plant of the Mac-kinnon. Holmes |Companr. steel manufacturers at Sherbropke, to the extent of about ?.30,000.' The loss Is covered ! Hieir aci^oh is prompt and thorough^ .and you:soon 'feel ;thejr benefits. You will eat . niorfe, work better, sleep sound* i er, and feel new strength after 1 a short course of these depend-able. pill?. They restore healthy conditions, and rtIjrt!'':ot:ifthei-^"�Mii iillirays/^the^iiitMi; .vhJ^'W' the housei wcmM ..ballwAra "^oM ha4o�ii. ',tii6.,ii!5vlnco. No p^^n-ieht' �6^1d advance'Siteh iVude^iWe bircumBtancfB; thtttlii, litto accoUnt, ^aa'lt ha aikedt' a favorable Incident 'htouifft'to ,'th* province" a man waV\wining^to.pre " o"! provide rail com- BeS"?f rt so much. Inspector to be suffering from defective eyesight. American liners are going to mount] guns regardless. And Uncle Sam won't say no. Manyberries has a new bank building. Presumably it is built hold-up prbbf. Robert Barber of the Barter Steani-I ship company. New York; was killed ' in a collision between his; automobile and another machine on Riverside drive. Fire which 'broke out in the King Edward hotel, Kenora. in two hours The Rev. Basil.G.Bourchier, vicar of St. Jude's Hampstead, London, Is going to Canada to visit churches interested In the Garden Suburb church synonymous with t|ie Garden .C�ty plan. _ ' '' arc worm a guinea a Imx^ ftpt/ that who w^iKininff m' the'^j�i�'6ieht'liai bee criticised by the .oppoBlliatt.: >'THey had been ac-otised: ttf'^Bn'klnda'i^of motiveSi Mr. McArtHur 'bad- dbne- good and noble work and^hls iwaa J recognised by - all who, kiletn^rthe jidnh country, and rthe deVeMliMaiit-^^hJitt-Hadstaken!; plitcA: ' Mr. Bwlbs'h'ad.aild that U��,A, ajid O. w: vnallWiy built> ihlttttgh muaketsvand .waa not.necessary, ^he Junlor,'�ember'ln Canada, and where,'^.huiltrnioi^boen for. this railway, the'liettlersiirould stlllbe without thb means',of bringing their produce to market. He had been In Alberta 25 y^ars and ha could state that the district had been transfoirmed by the railway: He ventured to predict thatUh. another 20-years the country between: Bon "^Accord and Lac La blche. .would he as well developed. ' Dealing with the St. Paul line, the iuinisteir- said that the money for the building of the line was in the bank, and that the eonatructlon should be proceeded with .as rapidly as possible Wa� nerer.WirW W �tomaeh. The two-arKanaaye wt eohnedtfed: If thai; to�i4��^; lowed would. Ah�*?J(K�,;..|!9!U' and bronchtal ,troiaasa, jott, breotike the 'curej Wii fp^ breathe cough ayrqpj(r'tonln.. �yrupy compoundal iiiPi the rational trtiatairtltf colds, bronchitis and lanii.tMttblaa. �peps are tablets.ina4*JlfP\w ' 'extra�B-'and medli .-Whiih. when put turn Into healin /Are breathed.��� i-tu3�fB;t:thrbatr-�rt* \5iot Bwaltowed, �tomach,-which je- , On th� face of ft.. not BOttnd^mera 4rugginK the att ..k - . boiofPapB. a tflaiwlUeoat only 60c., and tba reap-well, h��ipi pt^BBed In mdnay �f the article �h�i. druggist or. 8^inM,|! ilal tubfa _Ltoi too doea tl^ts Mp than Ttr..%e Shornollffe camp, been abolished. the, .post bating Major K. H. See- had b^en the objeqt of the efforts p^rt" ArtW: atUohed to the the government all through.^ old 32nd Res. Batt., revertt .td.nmk the oppoBlflon dona anyt^in^ to help7 No. they .mnted ahother commission. That 'lyaB the' extent of their (activity, while,the people were waiting for means; of trahspbriatlon. While the opposition knew th^t the money could not .ha used, or, diverted to any oiher purpose than the building of this railway;- they, tried to 'besmirch the- repu-tatlOii'Of thb mints'ter of .railways. H6wever,"Bald the minister, thi.i was -� - *�  - At-------1 _ . .11,1--- Dealing withthe comments of Mr - . lowing because the prenjier^^adde^,-^^^ The Dominion government Intends! cli^^ to advise the aroointm^^^^ to^ppeal to the ^rlvy CouncU^^^^^^ .......-.........h,,..h the ludKment of the Couit ol *^>?bh^"�^b__o ,,TinHoil thn membe of captain at hl�'own '�iua�t (to transfer to the Ist Canadian Labor/ battalion. the Bulldoga Ara Cemtnal liaa been extended on a wide front, fend the Turks are being pressed back . �long a front of nearly five miles and j they can get out of the comparison. tprced to occupy new positions. On-- the western front the British are �lowly moving towards the attainment �f their present objective, the capture of Bapaume! Near Beatmiont-Hamel poslUons on a front of nearly a mile were captured and a large number of Germans taken prisoners. There has been severe fighting on the Austro-Italian front, In the Gorizia sector, where the Ausb-ians liave been able to record a small gain. Britain's daily war debt is $15,000,- adjoining store. ; The loss 000. But Germany is starving. The totals �60,000 partly covered by in Huns can. take all the satisfaction B,urance. the i^dg-nent of the com reminded the member ,, bench of Quebec, affirming J^^e^ rignv u�� i ^yhltney had done in had gutted that building. Jogether of the pn>vlnce to the control of tidal | yttat^S^r^Jam^^^^^^^ ^^^^ waters. 8! ance they wont to Ottawa, and through the inner circles,of the Borden gov-to obtain, in ernment they mariaged 1914, 4B millions, ahd in 1915, 15 millions, teaking 60 millions in all. After  . i.. he'Milled his attention '�-v Fire which staged m the basemen^ ^^^e last session of Parkview Annex, f'a/lton Bt*eet., ^^^^ member for Rocky Mounta n, The Colonial Secretary has attach-' Winnipeg, completely gutted jne^t>w ^^^^^^^ ^ ^^^^^ commission to in- ed Captain George. Swintpn to his and second floors, wnuo years they may as well do so. for g^^jj connection'with the visit of floor was damaged by ^IftfJ. government as to the adminlstra- election or no elecUon, there would the Dominion Premiers, to be In at- ^moke. The damage is-esumaiea justice in the province, the be no change in the complexion of the 'tendance upon them during their stay ..... - - government. Weather gressive spriii'g campaign far off when the fur coat starts to disappear under the rays of the warm February sun. THE INCREA8yl&in civic SALARlEi^' Although there may appear, on the surface, to be reasons why the city employees should not be increased at the present time, the Herald agrees with the action taken by the city commissioners in voting them an Increase of $1.75 per week to be in' the nature of a war bonus. It Is true that taxes are not coming In as well as might be desired, and Increases might therefore be consid. red out of place. But at the same tine the city has no surplus of em ployeea. Ehrery department is staffed by the smallest number possible, and Sn order to secure efficient service un- � like this starts the pro- j j j,as been handed over.to tne tv, died of bronchial pneumonia. ."",{i,er in the debate on these cnarges farmer mapping out his Ontario Cabinet by the Italian Club ^onaucted a large milling business at ^ ^^^^ ^l^j^j^j^ ipalgn. For spring isn't very in Toronto, and will be P^ced in a conestogo. Ont. Hp was bprn -in_^^,^ ^^ reply .to the attorney-general: in England. A portrait In oils of the late Hon. .....- . , J. J. Foy has been handed over, to the ty, died of bronchial pneumonia, we $25,'000. Mennos Snyder, one ot the most members of the opposition themselves were not unanimous. The mat-, ter was 80 ridiculous that even some widely known men,in Waterloq coun-; .^^^^^ refused to support it. Fur--------1- ho these charges suitable position buildings. in the Parliament Walter E. Foster, head of the firm of W. Vassis & Company, wholesale 18S8, and had resided here praotically ail his life. , . Joseph D. Lloyd, .87 years old. ofie of Duluth's � pioneers, and for many - (01 \v. vassis � v./uuipouj', mx.u.�.- Q{ jjuium s � p�o"oei=,. ri A Germany's submarine campaign drygoods merchants at St Joh^^ captain ?Wer f;f^,Se^"�?|, J!;. rb7aLther mwerT^^^^^ Slin ca^npCr Zle S are-Won in the New Brunswick legls-^ Creat Lake3^*ied,,.,C%P5iIg,,,jyoy4 ernment had taken.over all the assets of the Canadian Northern Ry. as security/for these WaniS. Mr. Garlepy said that It was the Dominion govern ment should' be held responsible for delay In the construction of the line. It was-they who bad. given the Caha dian Northern Ry. these loans. Mr. Hoadley asked if it was for the purpose of building branch lines. Hon. A. G ;jipsetir ;bq||iered Hamlltoh^ Ont;rreb. 8.-As a reshlt ^^i^SH^^:'^ at the Ferguson avenue. "T,e,^^^ crossing of the crank Trunk a-, few U^4'f material had; been sold that had not been accounted for. He asserted that material should be sold by tender; If this cphrse were pursued the government noUld not leave themselves open to criticism. The member was speak-; Ing' whei\ the house adjourned. SUMMONS FOR GRAIN CREW of the crash' InJurinz a number of people, aum mouses were issued "today for ^M train "and car crews. They are accused ot failing to come to; a full stop, as ' was q^ickl";'app're^IaLd by those In higher^authority, and his efforts wera ?..varled by a -omotlc.n^a.^A.lsU^^^^^^^^^^ was nearly three the solicitors of the C. P. R., but when the war .broke out, iFiie many other Biotrhmen. he had the fighting fever. He commenced his'training with tbi- McGIIl Battalion In the summer of 1915 On Nov i7th�*th'e same year. bf went back to Scotland ani) enlisted for active servlo^ In'the Royal Sr-ota as a private, He' trained all through the winter Until June, 1916. whftn be was selected to .Uke an officer's training covrse; Uaut, Mo Naught bad no difflciilty, in qualifying, and in October'Tast be'wat ap. pointed to the 8nd Batt. Royal Scots; an|d went to the frtnt about' the giontog of December. He was on the^omme trout aatf was kllM ca* January'7t)i. niiT,,-. ,,^ijjr.-jua.'- Thousands of people normally healthy' in evcrj other resjiwct, are aiinoyod with a persistent haufring-on bronchial,coufth year after year,. disturbinc their sleep and makine life disai^reeable. It's so needleBS-there's an old home-made remedy that will end such' a couKh easily and quickly.  ^.Getfrom any druiRrist "2!4 ounces of Pincx" (50 cents worth), pour it into a IG-oz. bottle^nd ilU the bottle w th plain inrahulated sugar: syrup. >: Bwin faking it at once. Gradually but-suitelY: you willinotice the pblcKm thin out and then disappear altoeetber. thus ending a coush that you never thouKht would end. It also promptly loosens a.dry or tisht cough, stops the troublesome throat tickjo, soothes the irritated membranes that line the throat and bronchial tubes, and relief eonica almost immediately. A day's use will usually break up an or> dinarv tiiroat or chest cold, and for broucliitis, croup, whooplnj} couRh and bronchial asthma there is nothinfc better. It tastes pleasant and keeps perfectly. f incx is a most valuable concentrated .compound of eenuine Norway pine extract, comhincd with guaiacol and is used by millions of people every year fur throat and chest colds With splendid reEuits. weeks ago,, when;, a ; fVelghi train/:r""_r'�;;7:"','->. smashed into a.:crowded street ca^.^rTirp^^^^^^^^ Cascarets work while V you sleep; cleanse the stomach, rembVe thitf isour,' K 10 come yn �. .... Undigested fermenting food and foiil """'"fty'-y - - - A Cascaret tonight will straighten . Coi>:H,^^\-MacLeod, Fredericton^:-JSl'^L''L.!S�IiJiSfF^Ji NJ:,Vi.^ rf nqulshed l.ls APPoi^t^ ^"SaS^'sS WiSd'ho^i'-^ ment a^^a^tins camp commandant.^Sl"^'^ " forget the children.' They lovo: Cas-' carets because they taiite' gobd-^hever TheButldoOB Are Coming I loans for livestock . 'f ^courage the development of "tlie WeateVh livestock, industry by extending liberal credits'to go^ farmera to purchase breeder and feeder'livestock. I.;' *' V P'^NfSH THE FEEDERS IN CANADA KEEP THE HEIFERS AT HOME  In 191? about 45.000 head of feeder cattle were Wn from the Winnipeg stock yards for distribution among farmers in the Northwesterh'States, representing a aerious loaa to 'Weatern Catiadiu);'farmers. wih to assist in stopping thia movement. ..Gmvult ^fl before Sflling unfinished stock. If you muat sell^ let iia fry to ni|d ypu buyer atbome and build up your own"'"*"*''' district.' .Xoronto, Ont. LethibTiiige Branch- R. T. Brymner, Nigrj mi. B2D ;