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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .ftfctbbrft'je. Derate letbbrt&de, Hlbcita PAILV AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Dally delivered, per wee* ... Dally, delivered, per year ..... Dally, by mail, per year ....... Weakly, oy mail, per year ..... Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S. . 10c .$5.00 .$4.00 .$150 .$2.00 1S62 1224 TELEPHONES Business Office............. C'dttorial Office ............. W, A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager Dates" of expiry of subscriptions appear d. My on address label. Acceptance of papers after expiration date is aur authority to continue the JUbscrip-tion. magnitude' of the grain movement in the past two years, however, has shown beyond a doubt that there is1 need of Internal storage at points which are within easy reach of the grain growing districts. Moose Jaw and Saskatoon elevators have served a useful purpose, and the farmers' have been glad to use them, especially in winter when embargoes have been in effect to Port William and Winnipeg. But it has also been shown that the traffic demands elevators at points where they can meet the movement of grain in the regular channels. Cal-, gary's elevators have never been filled i because grain does not pass through Calgary on its way.to the world markets, and farmers will not pay back j haul charges In order to avail them-i selves of the advantages of the eleva-j tor. In this connection Lethbridge is ! well situated as the traffic of the past PASSING T* THE BUSY MAN Canada's --*� million-dollar Ice-breaker, A Hamilton hotelkeeper was fined i>�i�m�� ~-� t;, ; dy J. H. Smith,-for - nearly 50 years school Inspeotor of the county of Wentworth, Ont., has retired trcjm that position. The issue in Berlin of new one-pfenning coins in aluminum is announced by the Overseas News Agency. Mrs. Edward Phillips, a resident of, Woodstock for thirty-eight years, died. The deceased was horn In the county of .Haldimand. . ... i�-ik The recent motor show at Chicago dis-two years proves. During the 13151 closed four new carSi the Stephens, cron vear, more than 25,000,000 hush-j Hassler, Chicago and Classic. They I,." ,, Mssed through the C.P.R. > were all of conventions construction, yards ^re on the U It, while of, being assembled Irom standard units. King ind Country need you right now' THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Germany's new paign, based upon in the White Sea, is doing good work* The appointment of J. B. ,Leonard, former member .for Laval, to the post-mastership of Montreal, is officially confirmed, V Dr. Shaw, mayor of Biggar, Bask., charged, with it serious offense against Mrs. Moran, wife of a farmer near, Biggar, has been sent up for trial; O. C. Whiteley, of Godertch, who misused lodge funds, of which he was treasurer, made restitution 'and sentence was suspended. Arthur M. Chapman, county clerk of Hastings county and clerk of Sidney township, Is aead in Belleville; aged 46. " SCHOOL a fair rate of aneed, crashed Into'the tide of a southbound Blpor street ear at tho tntercection of Anderson �hd^ Mc-Caul streets, and both were 'derailed. The cars were crowded and a panic followed, 11 persons being injured. Three of them were removed to the hospitals. The others suffered mostly from flying glass, .bruises and shock. The seriously Injured' are: Miss Guys, 231 Macdonald street; Miss Ida Magley, 332 Adelaide, street; and Sam Tyzeman, 178 Phoebe; street. the Bulldogs Are'Comlngl buildings occupy very prominent positions on the main business street of town, and will make good additions to the places of business. Last Tuesday evening a-few ven-turdsbme "and ' sport-loving * citizens dared the perils of bad roads and au> tives". Madams I8AIB KOCHON. SOe. a boa, 6 for $2.80, trial site, 25o. Atall dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit � Uvea United; Ottawa. pneumonia at 81 years. There. the advanced age of! and besom," others to play ier .game of hockey. Owing to the exceptionally poor . -ih.mv tw'condition of the open-air rink the is a strong possibility, tnat hookey game had to be cancelled, superannuation in Ontario your corre3poncient is informed on] saa good authority that the disappointed Requests have been made to the Minister of Mines and'Jo the Superintendent-General' of Indian Affairs in chips sunk, has been a failure, abso- movement would now be under cover nionia within a few hours lutely, when compared with what the , aas making preparation No better thing could happen to fr the erectiton of a dwelling. -----------n,� Vulcanising- plant is being been theft satisfactorily, taking the wind from1 appointed. .._ . found in plenty that Berlin be- matter is that the opposition was look- "* ----'trig for something it couldn't find. , But if the 'Edmonton''opposition wants to do some real good, it might try some housecleaning in its own There is "something on" Hon $50 and the work is said to be well -*� -7-,-----. , . done. Women are believed to be *TLcommissioner for the Canadian passing these raised bills Northern system for the ; territory t 8 _ ' from the Great Lakes to the Pacific Several hundred churches and pa- J,08^' Mr. Coyle is a brother of E. J. triotic associations throughout West-, Coy,e' ot Vancouver. em Canada, which had contracted fori u~,, .Uyt �.,, . .' A . ,---,____ entertainments ttom Lottie L. Tiilot- pT^T Rfbif^snripfv" hat 5iaVjihi.>orf Tnefe are disadvantages in such a son. who advertised herself - sb the TS?tJ?TfME?ot5, .haftIdlatr'0"ted Bcheme, but the larger good that would Hawaiian Globe-trotter," will be. dte- f%T* ^JZ2�% *i Z^St**in' re�u,t �� better equipment an* high They will also be reliev- *f ^^^h.0{^^tSSS^Z �ttMA advantages would far outweiih ..... ------- at v.ar.more thu RWO^W.copies.of- disadvantages. To say present compelled to find boarding] places for their children. If a con-1 solidated school were established it would obviously do away with the ne-. cessity of children living.away from, home, in a great number of cases, 1 ST leading Up to the war. at Berlin be-1 Moved Britain would remain neuteal[ihgfor something it couldn In event of invasion of Prance through Belelum, that, if Britain did live up to her treaties and defend Belgium IP*--* would choose the opportunity of party, throwing off the British "yoke," while I Robert Rogers In connection withtte Canada and other overseas dominions would stand aloof. Now we have another evidence that Manitoba building contracts. Why should not the Edmonton opposition start the good work by informing Pre Mrs. Elizabeth Davidson Little celebrated the completion of her one hundredth year at the residence of her nephew, Mr. T. Scott Davidson, M.P. P., and Mrs. Davidson, Paris; Ont. She was born on the 11th of Pebru-| ary, 1817. 1 Large storage basins with a total capacity of 1,000,000 tons of coal are to be built in Chicago during the com the Scriptures in fifty different Ian guages. All Canadian soldiers going overseas are provided with a /free, copy of the soldiers' Khaki Testament by the Canadian 'ftfale society and Its auxiliary. Each interned prisoner In Canada has a testament in his own language given to .him. . The Bulldoge Are Coming! nave ouuiuci duaUUW .----- a o-rm.n diplomat has miscalculated j mier Borden that they would feel much J^^iVp^aTri^IS^^nrt public opinion. This time Von Bern- better in looking for wrong doing at coal famine8 ia tue future, according storff is the man. He didn't think the! home were Hon. Robert Rogers to be to Fred W. Upham, president of one States would break off diplomatic|punished for his Manitoba offences? relations in event of unbridled sub-1 For of what use is it to find wrong-marine warfare. We are told so in a doers unless they are punished in a dispatch which reports a sitting of manner befitting the wrong done? the Grand Committee of the Reich-; -'.-- star in Berlin, when Chancellor Von lethbridge should hold Bethmann-Hollweg told the gathering a pair this year ' that "the German government has in the list of fair dates fixed at the carefully weighed all possibilities annual convention of the Alberta FairB and, after careful deliberation, has : association in Calgary last week, Leth-come to the conclusion that President' bridge did not have a place. For two Wilson will not immediately break years now Lethbridge has been with-relations nor adopt a vigorous hostile out a fair. Are we going to let a policy. Bernstorff has assured us that third pass? In his judgment the United States' ^- - will not abandon neutrality in response to our notification of Btricted submarine operations. Bern atorff thinks, the American govern-; ment will address Germany one or) more notes, but that in any case prolonged negotiations will probably lead to nothing serious. Regarding other neutrals, we- may be assured that although they may protest, they can do nothing more." Events have proven Von Bernstorff to have been a poor guesser. After of the largest coal companies in the city. . According to the German papers letters for delivery to foreign countries by submarines will not be accepted at present. Letters which were intended to be sent to the United States by the Deutschland will be returned to the writer and the postage refunded. Word has been received in Calgary of the promotion of Norman D. Dingle, youngest son of John W. Dingle, a former resident of Calgary, who has been gazetted to the Eighth City of ,,.�", �,. . . . ... London Rifles,  with the rank of sec- The . Herald understands perfectly ond lieuterlant. Lieut. Dingle was for-t well the difficulties which stand in merly a law student with Messrs. Moir, unre-; the way of holding an exhibitiin in Johnson, Adams & Brownlee before ] 1917, but we do not think them un-jhe enlisted. 1 ! surmountable, and we believe the: � , . ^ , ~* _,. . a I ... -i. ..u _ � v �_ .a , I Millions of dollars worth of automo-lyear should not be allowed to pass bileB are tled up in Detroit by rail-without ah effort being made to hold road congestion. It is claimed that one. It is true that there is an old the situation may become much more Indebtedness Of $3000 against the fair 8erl0Us " -".TMiHons board, and it is also true that the fair grounds are in the hands ot the military. But for a city which is as closely associated with the farm life of You can get Sunklst Oranges wherever uniformly good fruit Is sold. Tleawa ivfajpfeia �tamped "SunkUt" identify u� genuine* now* Uniformly Good Oranges c�M���urimaoi.....Ella-� least, it is worth serious consideration on the part, of the various, school boards, and of all the residents of Carmangay and district. Dr. Bryans had an exceptionally busy time last Saturday setting broken bones. Splints were the order of the day! The procession to the doctor's office was headed by Len Burns, who was followed by J. Stephen and later by W. E .Dean. All were Buffering from painful breaks' of the arm, the result of back-firing when cranking I their automobiles. The agents of self-starters are finding no difficulty in convincing these men of the advantages of their Hue. We would emphasize the cause of so many carrying their arms in slings, lest visitors observing this fact imagine that Carmangay has departed from the path of rectitutie. We are glad to report that all the patients are doing splendidly, and talk lightly about their injuries. They are to be seen at their work again. On Wednesday evening the Red Cross society held a 1>Ig St. Valentine's day dance in the Oddfellows hall. A ----�---�'--�* tfc� Jo GAS OR The i Moment "Papa's Dlapapein" Reaches the ' Stomach All Dlatraaa Goes. DRAYING Of All Kindt* WesternTransferCo* Limited Office-C. P. R. P.reight Shadt' PHONES Office ........... 1163 3tabfes .......... 1064 Do Some foods you eat hit back-taste, good, but work badly* ferment into stubborn lumps ami cause a sick, sour, gassy stomach ? Now, Mr. or Mrs. Dyspeptic, Jot this down: Rape's Diapepsin digests everything, leaving nothing to sour and upset you. There never was anything so safely quick, so certainly effective. No difference how badly your stomach is disordered you will get happy relief in five minutes, but what pleases you most is that it strengthens and regulates your stomach so you can eat your favorite foods without fear. Most remedies give you relief sometimes-they arc slow, but hot. sure. "Pape's Diapepsin',' is quick, positive and puts your stomach in a healthy' condition so the misery won't come back. You feel different as soon as "Pape's Gait Coal Delivered .......S9.76 ....... 6.00 .._______6.00 3;26 ' 63-6 Lump, 2-ton .. SInnle Ton ... Nut Coal, 2-ton Single Ton ---- large number patronized the dance, -Tor storage here and other ques- stand in the way of reviving the in-tions affecting the grain trade of stitution. It is not too early now to Southern Alberta. In the meantime, start an agitation. Let us hear some- OD.___, it transportation conditions! are not improved before the spring delivery .season opens. Automobiles are now being driven by their own power to noints as far east as New York and as "far west as Kansas. Thousands of new machines are stored at different places in and near Detroit. w� ^nv pxnect that the Board of Trade will proceed to gather together ell the facts relating to the movement of �in from this district during the past few years, so as to be in a posi-, tion to impress upon the board the! Deeds of the south. If the Dominion government is to continue the policy of internal elevators, there is no question of the claim pf Lethbridge in the matter. One has cnjy to read the report of ex-Chairman Magill of the grain commission to know that Lethbridge was chosen three years ago over, Calgary as the logical location, and that politics only ; secured the elevator for Calgary. The thing more on the subject. FROZE TO DEATH Russell, Man., Feb. 17.-During the severe blizzard here yesterday, Nellie Zerudlo, a bright little six-year-old girl, lost her way going home from school and froze to death. The Bulldogs Are Coming! ccons JEMULSION DRIVES OUT COLDS Tbe Workers of the World with hand or brain, in doors or out doors, under all conditions arid in all climes, will find in Shredded Wheat the food that supplies all the material for building healthy tissue and good brain-a food that nourishes every organ of the body and keeps the bowels healthy and actiye^-the one universal cereal food that appears on the breakfast 'table of most Canadian homes every day in the year. It is ready-cooked and ready-to-eat. For breakfast with milk or cream, for any meal with fruits. Made in Canada. TO INVESTORS THOSE WHO. FROM TIME TO TIME, HAVE FUNDS REQUIRING INVESTMENT MAY PURCHASE AT PAR DOMINION OF CANADA DEBENTURE STOCK IN SUMS OF $500, OR ANY MULTIPLE THEREOF ^ Principal repnyeb'c 1st October, 1019. In! cheque the rate of Ave per < ' Holders of thjp stock will have the privilege of surrendering at par and accrued interest, as the equivalent of cash, in payment of any allotment made under any future war loan issue in Canada other than an issue of Treasury Bills or other like short date security. Proceeds of this stock are for war purposes only. A conunitsion of one-quarter of one pet cent will be allowed to recognized bond and stock brokers on allotments made in respect of applications for this stock which.bear their stamp. For application forms apply to the Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. DEPARTMENT OF.FINANCE, OTTAWA OCTOBER 7th. 1916. '' FEED GRINDERS See our Plate Choppers and Roller Mills before you buy. They oost lees and give better service than lighter machines. G. KISGHEL Lethbridge Iron Works Potatoes Wanted ��"MS�a�BWBBlS�BajpB�BB^ . / CAA lO'tS OR LBSl * .Aust be ftjod Gized( souhdi wnite took. ( Phone 732 . or call at Saunders Hay and Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue S. ( Hennesey&Wilson THE STORE nF BIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE carstothi ooor phone 1 .... r.i.'. * ;