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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta letbbrlboe, WEEKLY Eubicrlpiiori" Ralei: tfcjly. delivered. Klli, delivered, per r" by mall, per year mall, y, by mill, per year 'yB.: '.00 I the frig" waa up. ;ii vjeir' bVtho very great'Interest, which ailaclies 'to the submarine, cam- W'reproduco the following from (hV -Victoria Dally Colonist, which is one ot tbo best posted papers Canada '.on naval niillMi: In il recent spcecli Sir John JcH'coo salil; menace to tho merchant service is (or greater now than al any other period of the war i Lll nnorcV If] COniUm and requires nil our energy to TELEPHONES Bmlneaa Office EdHorlal Offlce 1224 John Business Manager eiplry ot tlon. Coal )s ton eastern National .Council lealt wllh; of before Iho erem Me-pollcy ot unre- stricted v-Bjfare al sea. but IL sboweil Ihnl the admiralty was adopting mea- sures which Itie First Lord .was con. fldeni would effectively menace. Yesterday Sir llcdwor 1 Mem another ablo naval omccr.-cold in parliament that' ho bad every son to bolldvo ihiH Iho navy was (n a fair'way.ol dealing with the subma- Tina trouble as It dejll with Ihe, Mp- pclln .Ihrcai. A high official o the admiralty told Ibo Associated Tress lhal unrestricted submarine warfare homo near D.i 101111 ycur. at eon's Cerwipon J.' Jlalcolm, V. C., nud K.-Bernard, Medicine..Hat; art report-1 ed illied J.'G. nuthorlord, formerly Live- stock .'Commissioner elbcled h IKo member ol Ibo ClydfL- dilo Horse Association ot Canada. J been ap- pointed cnilrfflia'of the railway com. legislature K: Is.chatrjnan ol th'e ogrtcdWi] Thene 'tlia Ml' mera hpuiio.'' .i Bianu Ing .C. ,r Clendemiliit1, McU'oll. Mo Vour King and Country nctt right now' you ;THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The hundred and o little acts In Violation' since tie break ot diplomatic .ctinty on tie vart'o, President Son, who is deciding .halt torlhwlln to confess for .5. of counter.measnres the further power.h. .deems It neces- ta he Anfl iinlll Wv for him topossess to mote fully Uelchce Is .perfected the Teutons filGUrJI .Vf VVIK Monlgome.fy.V 'Campbell, Wei Public-Accpiin'tsT-Hon, C, .Stewart lion; C, h." Mlitiieil, Hon.'.I, ll.Jloyle Hon. W. Gaflppy, Messieurs MeNaugli ton Uouireau, McArlhur Toblii; Campbell, McKnj Minneapolis jn'FollpwinB mrscs by Lhat; firemen laid lioso. while lor heljt In tho, wood iby liro' on Sunday. W. HIiiBcr anno.unced today, lhal. ne would Blart on -.'tfbo.Jivea scpne of tll'e flro ,ln }3 nro believed to d today tlinl-Hremen; wjij.. Irsl-'uLtlio llro wcroriii.Uclieo-.by.lhe rowd; not did adders, but because they ng lioso In tne street >ltliout..lrxlne o save tljO occupanla'ol Ihe lililljlug. cd'lo aid Ihe (ranllc women In the iimall laa- dor he looX'pVcf the Elde.of tlio-hoso truck, but iliat tbb-llremen.mwl.e n m gel down oil Ilia ladder, not to "bull In." i 'jV.'- 'I' elory waa corrqhoralta PI oilier, i SEEK REFERENDVUfpH Now York. Febv .1 Toblii; NOW lorK. ?-r7f Smith, Twcedlc, Hoail- mcctnie ot Iboi recanlly.... organlwd 5 PrlvaTe ,Dllli- Acting In, WasWngtoV Monday HOII.-J, K. C. p...Mitchell; io demand'a t Von C W. H6n. )V. Garlopy, lorallon ol war. Penates Iron Mcs-.leurtVnibiideuh'ing lous cities have been 1 HTrtftw' M... r lallurr-lnll in .1 tend th6V dgnlOnB monthly. To dec __Yar, Glcndennlllg 10U3 to ..tlend Kav -Lessard- Uoudrcau, yonteom-: lion alter which it-Is planned I Iloadley, IIIH- congress. Patterson (Peace Hutchins, Jlrs. ijavies, ..'na. son, Mra." Matheivs and 5lra. Fawcetl, Secretary. Wall. Legge; accidentally killed Lul- in hfilOTlEGLJ lo 'GENERAL.D'EGRADF.D London; 'Fob." 'Official Ga- saysVn' Hciilor dlsiialch' from assyr' the-' Runianlnn nSunces' Ihe.'corupulsory rotlrciiicul of Edgar'Vsiavrbcqrdnto, llio Tiumnn- an 'mlnlEler: and C.-0. Riiroahlan. minister to lhe; ground Ibat they rc- malnei ''enemy, territory despite Mmanlan BOV- adds has been' marllal and penal servi- tude1 'and degrndttlion ;oii charges con- nected' VlVh' his .command In the bat- 116 Iho last natural.defciiie''OllBucliaresl, and the THE HfRE FACT TWiT cut-- _ r is generously', used'in tuberculosis'camps is positive.that it js the most energiaiig pre'pa- ration in ihe-world. has power lo create power. warms andinpuruhei; it enriches' ihejbjobd, stops loss and builds you iipf IS PURE AND RICH AND FREE 'FROM'-pftUGS. Dpnom. e. Tepnaln.OKL Ur34 UrU to-greatly reduce the "of tie warfare. continued In the' [ar east and on the French front are most heartening.XThe dally sinall falds on tie Eo'mtne. tbe 'Email bits .of'ground, In relation to lie.entire .'BibEt Important in manner In they- lend :to weaken the gen lines ot defence of tho enemy The Britljh In1 Franca are now grad riaily approaching lie strong position "of Serre. CITY CHOSEN FOR POLICE HEADQUARTERS Lethbrldge rjecomea the headquar- ters of the provincial, police force In 'Southern Alberta, according lo dis- patches from Edmonton yeatorday. This city, which for'so long has been the headnoarters ot a llounled Police detachment, will continue to be the centre ol lha police lorce -whose busi- ness II will be to keep law and order throughout lie south. The city Is a natural 'centre, with railroads, giving _ Vasy access lo all oulljlng towns, and IL Is natural that il should have been cbo en by police "commission However, It Is pleasing to hni7T; Si definite action has been t DEtecllve SergeanlV-i'S.'Plper 61 'Naclcod, be Inspector ol police for Ihe'.Letbb'ridEe'dislilct, !B well Xnown .lo many Lelhbridge. neo- He has been slalloned at isiaclcot years as a membtr ol.lhe Jlounted record o eDiclency wills _anri Ih tholce would appeal- lo be a good one SUBMARINES WILL GO AS DID THE ZEPPELINS Though the .allies are making good progress on .land, nolably west front and In'- .Mesopotamia, 'interest centers'ID the Bubmarinp warfare by which Germany.: hopea lo bring Eng. Admiral Scheer ncii -I and-Italy'In the Trentlno and again enormous losses besides George "AT ol township Lambton county, OnL, has enlered acllons'. agalnsL Chalham nnd [aclHlatlng d'Husslan adyance which accounted for a.million Teutonic cas iHns'wDlch the enemy was no longer tiong enough lo carry out. Invoking Ihe lunacy aci Now Ha massed .attack Is being1 tlU', person ana-es.late.W, Moore- Ml cannot: house ol Euphemia township Is alleg- he condncied wllh an army and ft have sworn to misleading alll- in it with! and Is sued tor A. [Msima upcy Invoking the lunacy act on tie plaln- Moore- on the same at itinj j -----i nls nivy. The Zeppelins tailed. The D. Graham, submarine campaign always has beenlcounlls sued for _ on Ihe German card since Ihe Cressy, Merchants' Bank tranrt m .upinneii iDiue-and Abouiir were sent downhs sued to the tune ol Ja.OOS lor alleg- H was attempted In ed Illegal practice and unproless on Dominion.1 The lollowing have heen appointed paymasters and' assistant paymasters al Shornclllfe: 1st Canadlan.ReserTe W.. Miller, Brantford, Ontario, paymaster, and Flanagan, assistant paymas- ler 3rd Canadian .Reserve battalion; Captains D, B. Tay'or, Woodstock, Ontario, paymaster, ..R. H. ;.Touch- bourne assistant, 4lh Reserve Batta- lion- H. C. Keanedy. ''-sham. Batlleford, Sask- assistant; 6th Reserve bat- .A. lyilne, Toronlo, paymaster, and W.'-N. 8mlllle, assia ant, 12th Reserve Batlalion. C Durllogbam, Ballleford, Sask- iia [owiuiiibi itchewan, assistant; 6th Reserve bat- T, Caplalns .A. lyilne, Toronlo, ogu- by U-3 In.lSH. IL waa altempted In February Dat lhe counter-mea- e ega pr business methods, and Issuing Illegal .f FpbruajT 1315 bat the counter-mea- busmess 6-carry bnl an Intensive campaign. !e docs r.ol eipect lo elarve Greall The Bulldcas Are Comlnal ol the German naTy.macfe lie'remark the other folnre to on trie this he'could only meant that Germany had given V all hope of ever winning the war on land, or In tie air, where they koped al the first ol tie war to do so much- His evident meaning was le ocs r.o ei Irltaln Into subjection- Thai fusllin i [or home consumption. He knows I bat Ih'e nation has tufficlenl resources 'o establish' sea lanes for ships laden with Imports or food and necessary raw materials on which his submarines would not dare to trespass ror a day. 1 lie knows', loo, lhal his- submarine losses will be proportionately as peal I u his losses have been In similar massed attacks In Ihe air and'on land. I He tellevcs thai losses In trade, dls-l comfoil and fear will discourage the British an4 Induce Ihem lol agree to peace, II U Ihc reasoning ot a swine, but. on Ihe testimony o[ a well-known Bararlan rrorerb. thai Is all the Prussian is. He may mur-1 dcr ai number of Innocent non-cora- 'balanls and '.revel in It. but in doing WE SAVE YOU MONEY' ON WEARING FOT YOURSELF 4 FAMILY HEHNESEY4WILSQN NORTH LETHBRIDGE. balans an .re merely drives mo.-e rails Into his owi coffin. He cannot raise the siege. eipel Ihe spectre ot famincl Irom his country or escape Uio de-i cialre overwhelming defeat In Ih fldd, Ihc prklude to Ihe awtul scenes which will mark the downfall ol Prus- mllllarlEm. And the thumb ol earth now neutral be turned down when Ihe lime much- His evident meanng w wlll be urne ow U Ihe central 'powers did nol win by ror Ihe finishing stroke arrives. LOANS FOR LIVESTOCK THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCfe to" encouiage the development of the Western livestock industry by extending liberal to good farmers to purchase breedei tnd feeder livestock. FINISH THE FEEDERS IN CANADA KEEP THE HEIFERSAT HOME In 1915 about 43.000 feeder cattle were taken frbrri the Winnipeg stock yards for distribution nmong farmers iri the Northwestern Slates, lepresenting a serious loss to Western Canadian We wish to assist in stopping this movement. Consult- us before selling unfinished stock. If you must sell, let us try lo find you a buyer Kt home and build up your own i Lethbridge Branch- R. T. Brymner, SPRING ARE HERE ;