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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta I'! I LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, FEB^UAflY 18; l,9t7 TCOKTINPED FROM FEPyTT FaGE) Conserva- C. Weidenhammer, the tive member for Stony Plain followed and criticised the administration . of the government, especially the department of agriculture. He was still speaking when the house adjourned. Mr. Boudreau said they heard the government criticized for guaranteeing- the bonds of the McArthur railways l)ut the leader of the opposition seemed to forget that that had been done with the approval of the legislature ana he could tell him if the members on the government side of the house had had the least suspicion,'had not bad full confidence in the premier they would not have endorsed his policy. They would have done their duty and he hoped in the near future, the people of the country would have an opportunity of rendering their verdict and of saying whether they wanted the premier again in power or not an impression that was Applauded by the Liberal members. Mr. Boudreau congratulated the 'iiremier on his policy of rural credits and agreed with the member for I>lii the premierjduifig the period of^ekteiis ion if it took place? Would aU the charges that had been made be cast away? Ife [ihe opposiUon wouli.not have confidence in the administration, it.iB^eant they had something behind thB'tJnrtaIn?::What was theVe lie- plied ho had told the house about that and referring to the election in Dorchester ho said it showed that the province of Quebec was endorsing and willing to follow the policy of patriotism of tlio Conscrvatiye party. He vas glad a Tory had won in Dorchester If n Loer.ll hi I won tliore woul'.! have been all U'.tuli of tircuoa-Uc'is- and al) 'l.iui,-; of lii.sjuini; je It.s such '.s ibe himuImt fiir II;gi: 1^ PATCHED UP New Chief Appointed - School Board Meets-Colonel HbAvitsonBl TOLL oi*t said- hud "beeh-'siink by grtnflro witfi' out warning.*a|.(3: crow AVas.rfescued. The Brtgaiitlhe Ada was^a; Vessel of 167 toii8:gh)Sa a;id butlt at' Prince Edward Island >lh-1872. ' ' hind t&'ciaiirtain?: hind g|ie-5!curtaln? Had there.'been any ciomhninicatlon-with Bob-Rogeifis to knowJ*bw It-would' help the-Dom-jnionigbTexnment whether the .opposition gjKVoii'.extension or not? ' \ , Dr. iStimtey, High River: "Was there liot a'iwar-ohr' ' Mr. ^^udrean: "I know as much lar yotf-h'bpBt the war, but'I'm not afraid ofi>Mie verdict of -my people/ Ltout paigtyitcame rlnto pojver in 19ir 'waving tl^>'ilLre'^yOur party flght-) tog for the'flag'?'' Mr. BoudreaaVrepUed thalt was jtist 'such a question;as he woidd expect from the Tory p^y.Thiey aire narrow �minded, and adcb-essing the member, be declared that he did not kn(>w-the; history of the French in Canada or bt the people of Quebec, if he visited' and studied the people he would not talk aH>ut them as he did. Qeo/. Hoadley, Okotoks, asked ahout recruiting. Mr. Boudreau re- R?lci-, he sai'i, had icadc. Favors Conscription The people had been told in Dorchester by the Conservative party that they would nbt have conscription. "I as a FrenchXIanadian," continued the member for St.. Albert, "say we_ ought to have conscription, I believe in it and support it and although my constituency is composed of French and Germans 1 would support direct taxation for the patriotic fund." iMr. Boudreau, continuing, said that the proposals dt tlie opposition for an extension of the term of the legislature was a compliment to the premier of the province, and the premier, as clever as ever said, he supposed, "tell me the length of the extension and then I will be in a position to jiidge the length of the confidence you are prepared to give me." Premier SUton: "WiU the honorable gentleman excuse me interrupting? There has: been no conversation between the leader of the opposition and myself, except what has taken place in the house here." "After this I will quit reading the loumttl," was the comment of the member for St. Albert. Mr. Michener: "It does not say anything about,an extension.' Mr. Boudreau:^ "They speak.about a proposal." C. Weidenhammer, Stony Plain, who followed dealing with the public debt contended that they had not the public utilities i^j the province to represent the expenditure. He declared that the opposition had always objected -to the A. and G. W. railway because of the amount of the cost and stated that there had been equal extravagance in connection with �he telephone system. Criticisiijig the expenses of the ministers and particularly Hhose of the minister of agriculture, he declared that the results attained did not justify the expenditure of travel in foreign countries. In this connection he referred to the expenditure oh : the demonstration farms. Hon. C. R. i^itchell, pointed out that the public accounts, to which j^3ni�Blber,;Jor Stony Plain was re-ia:@rTiit>|^nlyv^owed the actual mon-leyV" received; U'^baything on hand iwoiUd^'iiot be/siibmi in the accounts. .To :.%et that-UieiSii^ would have !to Taier to-thB-i^^ the depart- meniKof agrioilture, and that added to* the cash w6uld show tfie revenue during the year. After criticizing the. judging at seed fairs, Mr. Weidenhammer "went pn-t-to be reminiscent In regard to tfieiiearly days in Vthecountry .and was'still speaking-when the house adjourned. The Bulldogs Are Coming 1 DnreserveilluctionSale Farm lands We fire instructed to sell the fol-Alowing lands by/public auction without reserve at our rooms |;0n Wednesday, Feb. 21 , At Three p.rn. Sharp ; S. ,W. i/i of 25-7-1^West of 4th, islWated about 5!4 vmiles from ".Skiff, Alta. The land is unimproved but can s!l be cultivated. . N. W. i4 of 2'M7-24, West of 4th, 'situated about 4 miles from Millet, ,'Alta^;Unimproved and all but 3 or A acres can be cultivated. ' Other : details on application. �I T�rms of'sale, cash or 10% at ttmatff tale and balance in three ^ BIdi may be sent in by mail, but 1:10%i.depo�it must accompany bid. V Separate bids are requested >- f^ehfparcel.'., The above lands are free from ipll encumbrances. Standai'd Aiictiou Mart iSlO^tiahtti Avenue W. v :; Chat. Graefifield, A'u^ipiiecr. �Nev- York, Feb. 13.-^There was be ing unloaded at the New York navy yard today from railroad lighters' a large number of. naval guns of various sizes which, according to Information emanating from the yard are intend ed for the arming, of American merchantmen in case this policy is de cided upon. It was said that more than 300 guns bad been ordered de Uvered to the yard for this purpose. Naval officers, according to the same information have already made an examination of American merchantmen in New York to determine! recovery, the size of guns their structure will stand. Several four and six inch guns have already been picked out for the St. Louis, it was said . (From Our Own Correspondent) Pincher Creek, Feb. U. - The school board held their regular meeting on Tuesday night.  The teachers' reports for the month of January sJiowed a great falling off in attendance which was attributed to the large aniount of sickness andrj the cold weather prevailing last month. A communication from the Alberta Federation of Labor received a con-sldemble amount of thought ,iind was productive of considerable discussion. The letter was one asking the school board to enclose a motion asking the department of education to .provide all the school supplies for scholars. The motion was unanimously endorsed. The estimates for the year were read and passed. The town will be asked to furnish $6,000.00. A surplus from last year will provide another $425.00, Imaklng tjje estimate total $6,-125.00. The resignation of Miss Henderson as teacher was read and accepted with profound regret. ' Mrs. J. Stevenson, wife of Principal Stevenson, was chosen out of 1,0 applicants to fill the 'vacant position at a salary of $725.00. Council Meeting The meeting of the town council under direction of Deputy Mayor Steele was another lengthy session, the most time being taken up with Jutting a batch of bylaws through. It is expected that now the business assessment, dog bylaw and license bylaw have been disposed of the meetings will break up at more seasonable hours. J. J. CamerOh was appointed to fill the vacancy caused by the resigna-tiohr-of .T. W. Harwood from the health board. ' The council and ''firemen have patched up their differences and delegation was on hand to recommend that H. Bossenberry be appoint ed chief in place of Jas. Foote, whose resignation had just been, read by the secretary. A resolution making the appointment as requested was passed. H. Bossenberry stated, that the firemen' wouift put two men in the room-in the municipal building if the council would supply the furniture necessary, as the present furniture is practically out of business. The matter was referred to the Fire, Water and Light Committee. Mr. Cameron then brought up the matter, of the purchase of ,a car for the transportation ot the hose in case of calls. The offer ota car from Jack Kelly ior $300.00 was accepted and the firemen stated that they had voted $150 towards the purchase of the car. The council then instructed the Fire, �Water ,and Light committee to have the, car transformed to a fire motor and vote3 450 for the expenditure. The matter of the assignment ot the arrears of taxes to the bank w^s taken ,up at the request of the manager. In consideration of the fact that advances to about $9,500.00 were not paid off in full during, the year of 1916 owing to inability to collect sufficient taxes, it was thereby.agreed that the arrears of taxes are assigned to the Union Bank of Canada and collections will be applied to-reduce advances made .hy the bank from time to time. , The auditors' report for 1916 was presented, and a motion carried to the affect that Henderson, Reid ^nd Pat-erson/ije' appointed auditors for 191,7. Th&^ieeting then adjourned. Col. Hewitson III L Mrs. L: H. Hunter received a cable on Monday, stating that her brother, iLieut.-Col. S. W. Hewitson was ill of hpternal trouble in a hospital in London, and was receiving every attention. Mrs. Hunter hopes that since to date she has received no further word tiiat the doctor's health Is improving. ^ Lieut.-Col. Hewitson is of the 8th Ambulance Corp, and has been in France for many months. Slany friends here hope to hear ot an early FIRE IN SASK'N Saskatoon, Feb, 13.-Two lives' were lost last night when Are completely i d(98troyed the hotel at Elstow. Sask. Anton Leier, aged 28, married, a grain buyer at Allan, was burned to death In his room and the nine months' old son of George W. Dunn also perished.! The Are Is believed to have ^started' from an oil lamp. The building, which was-a total loss, was valued at $10,000 with $5006.Insurance. Adjoining buildings.were charred but not badly dam-'aged. \ -. - : J "VVashingtohiFeb. 13.-A bill ^directed against ruthiless submarine warfare and proposin^'to open the ports,('har-bors and-waters of the United States in time of war,to warships or vess^is of belflgereni^ against whom -such warfare'� is :wagfed, was introduc6d today by Senator Saulsbury of Delaware, presldieibt'pro tempore^ of. the senate and ~a iuWber ot the-torelgn relations cdpimittee. At his;request it was reterrfed to the committee. The blil is entitled "an act to discourage the violation of international law upon the high seas." � . ,~ "this measure," said Senator Sauls-bury, "may enable the government without declaration of war to assist In preventing violation of international rights at sea, by giving assistance to those enga^d in abatiug unrecognized and unwarranted systems of warfare. It is a step that may be effective In the present international crisis with-' out a" declaration ot war on our part." Other senators, pointed out tliat the bill would peiwit the United States to give aid to the entente allies as long as the. German submarine campaign is maintained, without any further action by congress, giving the president authority to use airmed forces of the hatlon to protect-American seamen and^ property on the seas. There was no discussion of the bill in the senate, although many senato^ after its introduction pointed out'thist in the present, situation the measure would open the ports ot the United States to British,. French or other allied warships": convoying merchant vessel? and also would enable belligerents to patrol, the. waters ^ of tirt United States, freieiy in a ca'mpaigii against German'I'aiders. Senator Saulsbury would not atiy whether the bill had been discusse^d with the adminiS'tVation," but-'it was understood, that it might-prove ad; ceptable as a measure short of way designed to curb ruthless submarine warfare. FOREIGN AGENT OF RESERVE BANKS Washington, Feb. ^3.-The federal reserve board today formally appointed the Philippine National bank at Honolulu to be correspondent in the Philippines of the San Francisco, reserve bank. This is the first actual appointment of a foreign correspondent bank. v The Bulldogs Are Coming I TIIKE"CIISGIIRETS"r HEADAGHY, BlUOUS JIND GONSm Best for Liver and Bowels Bad Breath, Bad Colds, Sour Stomach. Get a 10-cent box. Sick headache, biliousness, coated tongue, head and dose clogged up with a cold-always trace to torpid liver; delayed, fermenting food in the bowels or sour gassy, stomach. Poisonous matter clogged in the Intestines instead of being cast out of the'system is re-absorbed into the bloqd. When this poison reaches the delicate brain tissue it causes congestion ahd that dull, throbbing, sickening headache. Cascarets immediately cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested food^and foul gashes, take the'e.xcess bile from the liver and carry out a.'l the roastii)atc:l wftstn raattpr anil poisons in the boweU.; A Cascaret tonight will surely straighten you out by moriling. They work while you sleep-a 10-cent box from ybiir druggist means your head clear, stomach sweet breath right, com plexlon rosy and yo'ur liver and bowels regular for months:-Advertisement i Curtain WM to'iEn^ Coughs, Colds t . i kind Croup these' flhe days remind you of spring and. l^us^, cleanlar; time: Now is a gobd tline to makd-up those new curtain? you are figuring on. The stock is now complete with values better than UiSU^l,;V-j(''''J,.",, ; ,;� y. / � '.l-t^''-'--'^^'^ A Saleiof^&otch Cottaige NeU Thejie -nets were Imported 'from Scotland and, nVe' �^th' considerably more now-a-days. The,prices oh ,some liriosrad- ' vahctng 10 cents per yard over our purchase price. No high price nets. Just the right kinds, so that you can I'enew rtheih again next season! All neat patterns, in white or cream, at pei^.^yard ; , � 30c 35c 5Qe P^in Scrims & Voiles .35 op Tlhere is always a scarcity of plain voiles and'scrims wheta' housecleaning time comes round. Why not htiy these goods now while theris is a good assortment. Plain voiles, marqul-iyt^ settes ahd scrims. Per yard, 35c to .....----y.____IOC ''Shadow Rose"- Border on Scrim Voile Some real nice "shadow rose' ' ^ ESS Pyramid BI($r� UsrabalL Hieb Kindly send mo m Free sample of P,uBidPiloTiwrtaMal.tD plain wrapper. Name Street' 16271827 16384252 063 3 ;