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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 5b: Xetbbrl&ae, HlDerta DAILY AND V/EE KLY Subscription Rate*: MWly, deHrered, per week � �Dally, delivered, per year ......J5.uu Dally, by mall, per year ........M-OO Weekly, by mail, per year J-^" W�ekly. by mail, per year to U.b.-i^.uu 1252 122� TELEPHONES Bnslness Office ...----.------ Edltoriar Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrance ManaglnB Director Business Manager somehow that weeds and gophers were sponsored by an all-wise Providence, hut wo stand corrected. Hon. Duncan is responaible, and it he were any kind ol a minister of agriculture ho would destroy them all at one fell swoop. We have only to read the following from the Calgary News- THE LETHBRroCiE PAILY HRRAI.D MUST! IN WEDNESDAY, FEBRtjAttyd|l,lW PICKED UP IN^ PASS/JVCr J^O* TtfB BVSr MAN ------------ , I Charles M. Farley, a well Jtnown Telegram to know that we have ai-1 ,.gg,jg,j o, Bellevme,. is dead ^nt hH opinions home, aged 68 years. Dates of expirj- ot siihscripUons appear dr'ly on address label. Accept- ways been wrong in our about weeds and gophers: "Between weeds and gophers. Alberta losos at least $3,000,000 annually. Now this handsome sum could be used to great advantage in Alberta, and when the people of the province are being told of the wonderful things that the government is �'''""'>"=" v.�,.. doing, why is it that they hear nothing VrTr"* company's of the wanton waste that is permit- p""r' ted. It is alleged that Alberta has a k-,*�,i �i. department of agriculture, but so tar' ,/^5i"'^r"' year old daughter .-..s the farming public can learn, this ^Lfh �-hf J^^""""*'' '''"^ .""med to department is more e.xpert in handling Ty\mrnT, P'"'*'"^' home at matters which permit its head to get. '^"^ consumed L. J. A. Surveyor, a veteran ot 51 years in the hardware business in Montreal, is dead. He was president ot L. J. A. Surveyor, Ltd. RusseU Burt, ot Shannonville, was smothered in cement at the Canada plant at Point Nursing Sister Carrie Donnelly, his name in the papers and his port y, ________^, jjem ij o------person on the public platform, tnan in Kingston, with No. 7 general hospital tnce of papers after expiration date is ^^^^jj^g ^^j^jj t,,ose which closely affect (Queen's) at Etaples, France, has ur authoritv to continue the jubscnp-1^1^^ welfare ot the rural community. ^^^^ awarded the Royal Red Cross tlon. I If Alberta department of agncul- ^^^^^5 uire were worth its salt it would have. _ taken energetic measures years ago to | ^^^^^^ g ^^^^ ^^^^^1^ suppress weeds and gopbers. J.ne ^^^.^ Larder, Amherst, N. S., was .loss that is caused in one year tnrougn j,gt,ntly killed by the accidental dis- Your King and Oountry need you  right nowl Three moblltisBtlon depots will be established at Toronto, HanilUon'and Sudbury. B. R. Wood, a leading financier of Toronto,, was operated on at JOht Hopkins! hospital, Balitmore for In-: ternal trouble. The sum ot |32,213, was secjired in the first day's canva'ss in Branttord tor that Branch ot the Patriotic tund, with an objective ot ?1BO,000. The Lake Eltle Fishermen's association will ask the government' to F (CONTINUKP FHOy F�OW* PAOB)' payments. He gave figures .'of. the cost -Qf the-conatruotlpn of the toll ;lines ,and said ho gai-e the government credit for at least getting down to a'^bnsiness basis, but he said he must'also give credit to the opposition ^ tor bringing them to this. He (Mentioned that in 1914 the coat had exceqded that ot 1918, which drew from; Hon. A. O. MacKay, the comment, "got reckless when the election was over." The member for Edmonton South, continuing, read reports of inspectors as to quantities of poles at certain male* llim-oonlt^tn the,lrbiffl,trt pro�Beiiity,.. The Mii0mber, for Leduc. taking un:', the queiUon pfthi public debt of thS province, aald th4t the opponltlon had Men oryInK- Uue ruin, esaertlng that the'governmetot was a ^'"^ "J^""' And thStftho' province waa can;ylng a load It could n� stand. M'- Tobln admitted debt of �2D,000,000 odd and enumerated 'assets In public buildlhtca, bridge*, demonstration tarrta/itelephone 'ayrtem,' loans to the Alberta iPartnera ?Op-operative Bleva- WE SAVE YOU HONI V' ON WtARING APPAW; 1 .SHtif fi FOR YQURSF i f �> F A M . 1 Y HENNEStY&VViiSON NORTH LE T HBf* 1 Dl.� . 1^ thought that the soldten vpuW jteke more Interest If they 'were-ellowejl to vote for the member! In ;the.co|ietlt-' there. charge of a revolver. _Ji these two pests would finance a cam-- pajim of eradicaUon for ten years. 1 vwill Premier Sifton kindly J'''' 1 Her clothes becoming ignitet' Dunlc into a- semblance ot activity uj^oxigh playing with matches caused along practical lines." the death ot little Jessie Biggs, daugh- ' We do not know exactly how the ter ot Charles and Mrs. Biggs, Brant- THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR \i tho German goverumeni laeans ^ What it says in its announcement of 1 Hpup^^ble Duncan Is going to please ford, yesterday, that the days of grace al-i^,g> News-Telegram bv killing off the , , - lowed neutral vessels to^clear the; ,he w�ed= but as a start- ^ '^^^ students who danger .one the Germans have estab-^ ^^w: wo^ld sugge'sft.;arL ^u'rsuade ^eX/\- '^^Zr^'r^t^rlt'ot lished are at an end, and that ships jj^^ jarmers to grow no crops this goode hall In the persons ot Lieut. H. will then eat the ^- Hearst, son of' the premier, and Controller Villeneuve, ot Montreal has taken action against Mayor Martin tor $25,000 damages for alleged slander. Announcement was made by the Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburg road ot the appointment of P. A. Bol at the public accounts committee, Hon. C. R. Mitchell, "You got every opportunity." Mr, Crawford, "It would have taken us t*o months and the government members did everything to hamper the proceedings." Mri Mitchell, "The hon. member road or tne appommieni 01 r. �J^J^- .will recollect he was so sick of the opue, of Pittsburg, to the position ot whole thing at the end, that he didn't ^ jj------. ,, ^^^^ Tnron- see even fit to turn in a report to the house." Mr. robin's Remark* Mr. Tobin commented on the tact tor ColiipAnjs. adt^nces to s^^^ dls- j uencleg," from which, tijey had come, trlctB,;;amount^ng. to $25,000,000 odd.' . , vr."| When the;nebe^isary deductions ware ' , . '> ��.==r'F^ made (igalhst which the province had rT to pay no'Interest there was only a rjll debt ot some 117.000,000, on which Uil the goverhment.,a(itually had,^to'pay ' Interest. . ; .v ^ Surely. ;he aslted,' the loaders ot, the, opposition did not'mean to say that that was a debt tbb heavy tor a province with the resources of Alberta to carry.. Had he . no faith In the eventual develppment of the., great country in which .he lived. Proceeding, the.Aiember for Leduc could not see how with any regard for the truth the opppsition could accuse the government of being either iwlit .....lODStOill.- "PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN" 18 qUICKEST. SUREST STOMACH HBtlEF KNOWN-TRY ITI K|4AKI LEAGUE / GETS DOWN TO BUSINESS \,' At last the Khaki League has taken Taction which should put the organization in a posltfoh to do something .tangible In the way of aiding returned �oldSers. The. appointment of .a per-inauent spcratafy, part of whose salary the city is asked.I9 pay. wa^ the step needed to place the organization .on a business footing. Lethbridge cannot afford to be behind other -cities in doing her share to care tor the returned men, and if there is expense incurred it must.be borne. It would seem, hpwever, that the time will have to come when all expenses lu connection of the :retunied soldier Vill have to be met by'the DominiOii � of Canada, and small municipalities should not be cronipelled to toot the bin. < Yesterday's meeting of the Khaki i.Xeaguo brought out the fact that there its much left to be desired in the method of handljng returned veterans. Some,'it seems, are discharged Tietore they are well; In^the case of others the pensions are a long time In coming through, varying from three to five months. These  are matters which should be righted as soon as possibli. It' is easy to understand, however; that the^ Dominion has to feel its way to odtablish the best ' method 'and a lot of incnnvonlence can be excused. R. B. Bennett says Western Canada will need 15,000 farm laborers fhls spring to seed the land, and the only real suggestion he has for getting' them is from the United States. Wonder If R. B. remembers his bonfire speech?. The British have the Turks surrounded at Kut. Times have changed sinAe Gen. Townshend and his force were captured. The Turk is soon to feel the iron heel in the east. years had charge of all bridges on the I suburb ot Pittsburg, was destroyed Canadian. Northerir.^rom Lake Super- by fire with a loss estimated at �4,-lor west.: 000,000.  ' western provinces Is to legislate in the interest of the Immigrant and the farmer of small means so as to ^The British Admiralty seems to be very well satisfied with the way in which the submarine menace is being handled. There are going to be losses in merchant shipping, of course, but there are going to be a lot of useless subs in England's scrap heap after the war. Farmers should not hesitate about sowing the biggest acreage possible because ot shortage of farm labor. Let them make their wants known and it will be up to the authorities to find the men. Production m^st be kept up to the highest notch. The Ottawa Citizen has put it up to Hon. Bob Rogers to put up or shut up. Who will Bob attack next in order to throw the public off the scent of the Manitoba public build However, it is tough i ings' scandal? on the men who are not � properly handled, and for their sake the raa-. chinery should be put in proper shape � with as little delay as possible. In : .the meantime there should be some' latitude given the ofBcers In the cases of men who have been discharged before they are fit. and also In the cases ; of delayed pensions. If they need .�siUioney someone Bhould be In ,a posl--i.tlpn to supply their wants without 'ftSetting wound up in yards of red tape. There Is no red tape once the iJinen are In the trenches. Less of It �ain, handling the returned vet,erans i. would be appreciated by them. SP9METHINO "PRACTICAL" I'jffO'^ Tf^E NEWS-TELEGRAM If-the Calgary News-Telegij^m were Ulster of agriculture of the province one year there would be no such left a|9 a gopher or a weed, and ^. ner'a life would be one con-ne