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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, February 22,1917 THE- � tETHfiHiriGrt' DAILY ITERATE PAGE FIVE^h'^ (From bur. Onfn Correspondent) ; Foremost, Feb. 20.-The absence of mt'Of town. trade during the cold spill hat made the town appear comparatively quiet recently, but the merchants are making good use of the lulkin business by re-arranging - their stockand preparing for the increased demand -which, follows hard on Just . such a holiday as they are today enjoying." Tuesday's: train brought in quite > a rush of. business men and returning toUristB and . another room famine was 'almost experienced, but thp.accoiivmodatipn for the public is being developed''how .and'wei will soon be able to guarantee r8om and bdard tor all.' The cold spell has put a stop to lien buildings' as require exterior work, but workmen are defying Jack Frost inside of such building as are completed 'externally. It Isn't every prairie town' that can say that nine n�w buildings are in course of construction in February, yet that Is the case In-Foremost just now, and still We .hear, of new buildings soou to be proctetl/offices,' places of business, una residences'. Among the most recent of our town improvements stands out prominently the- neat Office being erected by A. D. Medhurst, in full view of the Station and .railway tracks. We are given to understand that this is to be his ylace of, business'hereafter. Work-> men' are alsd working on an eighteen foot' extension to Mac's pool hall, which the pressure of business made' necessary. In the absence of counter attraction* Muc is enjoying a apicin- north east of town on" Marclia. ;, We understand that our Jofeal butcher is considering the Installation of a cold storage plant, in his store. We re certain that; he'-"irttlr wit satisfied with nothing but-/ ths best ami we would recomYnind' filht-'to ;Communicate with'the CJ, P. Rr and obtain the secret in'.use pn;.'.'ttyfy'illiie1, Local travellers; coming In: oh train days assure us that1 the system in- vogue oh these' coaches Is; most 'effective and beyond" reproach. ;>v Wo noticed that Mjfis M. Bird came In on Tuesday's. train and went out into the country wl|h Her f\ brother. We suppose that she. purposes spending a few clays at Blrdshohn. We might also make note of the fact that C. Carrlrigton is back with his brother in the afore at the " end or the brock," and yalso that Jack Greene has again returned to his customary place of business, > the pharmacy. We might also express our pleasure at seeing J;,- Oillls. back once again at his post of duty .and voice bur hope that these (and others) after a short absence agree oh the fact that "theres' qo place l.lke the old place," even when It la' but a new place. - �-  -" , �� '' ' Mrs! Q. Millar.has. returned once again to her home north east of town after an absence of nearly two months in Ontario. Glad to get back to this district, though, for Ontario has its share of snow and frost this year. ''''�{. > Mr. and Mrs. J., Burnett are also back again in their prairie domicile after a month farid more;; spent amongst frieri'is unii relatives 'in and around Lethbridgt}.. The absence, oil Jthe band boys on town band business, arid the' reluctance of tic ladies''to attempt a dance with anything .but first class music forced the. Women's Institute to cancer their dance of February 14. The same is only held in abeyance for a more opportune' tirtie in the future, COMMITTEE ON REWftNED LARGE CITIES Ottawa, Feb. 22-The parliamentary committee appointed the day the house rose to deal with the. matter of the care of* returned soldiers held Its first meeting this morning in the committee room of "-the publtc accounts committee of the house of commons. The sittings of the committee will be held here today and tomorrow. At a later date  it is' proposed to hold meetings in the leading cities of each of ine military districts for the purpose of learning what is being done by the provincial authorities tor the soldiers. It will be recalled that the committee was appointed the day the house adjourned on the suggestion of Fred Pardee, and at an organization meeting held on the same day Sir' Herbert Ames was appointed chairman. Members of the committee in attendance were Sir Herbert Ames, F. B. McCurdy, tinder secretary for the militia department, Hon. Charles Murphy, R. B, Bennett, W. S. Middleboro, Donald Sutherland, Hon. Charles Marcil, till they arrived on the other side. Not being a medical man ho would not "express an opinion as to thr responsibility for this. In some cases no doubt- the' facts developed after soldiers had gone overseas. Colone.' Sharpie's told the committee that all soldiers who had lost a leg are sent to Toronto toube supplied with artificial limbs. He had never known of a man so treated being returned to service in any capacity. That sixteen thousand soldiers have already passed through the discharge depots was new Information given to the committee by Col.. Sharpies. Practically no complaints had been received froir returned soldiers, except occasional . complaints in regard to food supplies. I That was natural, more particularly lin t^e case of invalids. Discipline in I hospitals, he said, was, on the whole ! good. Occasionally it had been necessary to confine the men to barrackr ! for drunke'nessj but no more severe ! form of punishment has ever been ! imposed. He intimated that return- with more leniently than soldiers .training. did run of business and both he and; however. Jack are rushed to full capacity. We | The work of the Red Cross Society die given to understand also that the mWt recent chilly wave has not had : Any' severe ^reaction, on the business 6f the local curl clippers progresses most encouragingly and the ladies are greatly encouraged by recent successes. Already . two consignments ..of articles' have been sen! �;A. B. Henley, our time honored |.to headquarters, -'enclosing .'-various blacksmith/has improvei his shop by ., a twenty .by,.twe.n.ty:two foot extension arid has taken into partnership H. E. v' Piaylo of Lethbridge fame. We -were . afraid thatTwe were going to miss this ,-':, 6hap, hut :we welcome him and his skill as a blacksmith and fancy iron worker most heartily. We understand that a lot. of up-to-date machinery is awaiting installation in the enlarged smithy of Henley, arid Playle and are certain that the spring rush will find  -'welcome, a ready . response and competent handling. immediately south of Jack- Little's barn 'there has arisen another smithy. MaBsrs.vTUrner and Eckenberger have cpmeto'^elp respond to the demand for-quick" and effective black-smith-;v.:lijigV. :They;..are comparative strangers' Sliere,; .but the merry ' ring of their ^jinvU's proclaims theiifact that they fere drawing business and are proper- ot ouV io'cil lack ^f: workiirs, but we as3ur#;theriittat these two new and Up-to-date ihopW-wfll.ie ableVto niet ev.;y demand 1% #�luturev. .;....': Hjere'of late and even "the Ibc'dl.^ost , otucehaiS'Its Inconveniences. Every box seems' to be taken and we n.;ar that there is, a waiting, list of persons still desiring boxes. When the mail cornea in. but twice a week, it Is bound to be a large, one and means considerable work for the clerk. When people seem anxious for boxes might n6t the supplying of such go quite a ways toward solving the prob lein and putting an end to the present spirit Of discontent? The farmers' around here are already waxing enthusiastic concerning crop prospects for the coming year and all are eagerly awaiting the advent of land tilling weather. There is a depth of something over 5 feet of frost/now in the ground and below that there Is found a great store of moisture. If the rain fall Is even normal this year.it will be what ho! Another bumper! : The regular meeting of the Foremost Dramatic Society was held on Monday evening,.February 19, at the home of Mrs. McKinnon and Miss Bain and an enjoyable evening war spent.- Plans for an entertainment were discussed and a play was adopted for production shortly' after Easter. In the meantime a program is being - prepared for some evening In March, wherein the Society hope to make an Impressionable debut, before'the literary critics of the locality. This society, is not' closed corporation and invites' the membership of all interested In social, economic and literary development and the secretary; (Miss M. Bain) will, gladly give information regarding membership, etc., to everyone desiring the same. . -The sale of home.made cooking and the afternoon tea held by. the ladies ml the local Aid Society was a marked success in spite of tne stormy nature of . the "weather: Taken all in all, the financial returns were most gratifying and the social,end of the.event Was Slab a big success. The ladle express their thanks for the appreciation of the people as it was shown by the patronage given. , The, classes ^n French and German organised by Count de Jordan are now in full swing, and it Is understood that the pupils,are studying hard and that the system of teaching adopted is bearing satisfactory results so far.�'. �;..�'�� '. ." �� ; The young people of the Sunalta School District are planning a Concert and dance in aid of Red Cross work for the evening of March 9. It Is their'wish that thts evening Ik-kept open by all interested in this goo:! work in the neighborhood. The local-branch of the Red,'Cross Society have made arrangements for S, big time ,on the ^evening of March 16. It is understood that the/ new hall will likely be opening about that time and the proprietors have given the ladies of ^he> society the privilege 5f .opening it with a dance and general good .timcj.''Remember the date M'i.roh 16.  i '�� i - .It seems as though horso dealers consider this a very profitable centre for auction sales.'. This week we have two booked-rone by ,Little and one by Smith; -Posters around town also fall attention to.thoxale at Linton's, articles of hospital necessaries On Monday afternoon, at- his place 'of employment! south of Etzlkom, Mr. M. A. Anderson received- a painful wound oh the.-right side of the face when one, of the horses which hr was watering kicked him. The horse was sharp shod and the shoe left its mark in two cuts and a badly swollen cheek. C." S'ewell, "of Et'zikom brought the wounded man to town Sunday night and Dr. AstrofC attended to the wounds. Mr. Andoreaon is able to be up and around- but his head is still swathed in bahdageB and he is stilt under medical care. On the, evening of February 5th, a pleasant party "was held in the home of Mrs.) Tongue, of Burlington school district; .The evening was pleasantly passed in gam.es, refreshments, dancing arid '"general sociability. The bazaar and entertainment presented byl.the ladles of' the. Burlington school ^district in aid of the Red CroBs" society was certainly a marked �BUccjessU;Never,;' before did sd.jinany &ebitie throng .into any school house In this,.locality..ahd certainly never before" was. a > program ot '.greater b^%^^a^d^to'*|6a^^^here. The friffiW. was opened in the after-nooh'iifift'a'*th'e .fjfumicwbim'^p^ecia-tion of'thfi'efforts piit forward by the ladies', by a good attendance and by �willingness to -pay the price. Supper was served about 6 p.m., and the concert ..commenced about 9 in thr evening. The school house was certainly packed and a general appreciation was-shown by all present. The program^ consisted of musical selections, solos, readings, and dialogues, as well as chorus work and was presided over by Rev. B. Davidge, of Foremost. The eats - and the dance were the events of the "wee small hours" and even though everyone, (badge holders and others) was well ted there was an ^abundance left over. The% day was perfect and' the attendance was'representative of the surrounding countryside for miles and miles around. A few donated articles were sold by auction at the close of the evening-and all the finances when totalled up, will show a clea,r profit of something, in the: neighborhood of two hundred dollars/Mrs. F. Humphrey, of LethbridgeV acted. as pianist and gave several musical selections throughout the afternoon and evening. The ladies in charge wish to .express their hearty appreciation of the Interest displayed by the public and are thankful, that their efforts were so apprec iated. As soon as accounts .are squared away the proceeds will be fqrwarded to the society In Lithbridge. Fred Pardee and Duncan Ross. Seiii  ,.,___ .,,.., ., ... , ,. ators Ballcourt and Beaubien of the: ^.^"^siSl'S.v Th n ' In dea/1 senate committee appointed tor the w,th mnre lenlentlv than soldiers in same purpose were also in attendance. Sir Herbert "Ames, chairman, in mapping out the lines of investigation to be followed by the committee Said that the most' pressing matter at the moment is the care of returned., soldiers who are no longer fully efficient.- He suggested that a full record- should first be secured of all that is being done by the existing agencies and that the committee at a later date should visit the provlnc- _r. , , _, . ial centres because the work of car- few ^orto � Feb. 22.-Evidence ing for the returned soldiers � is par- Pointing to the wide ramifications of tially at least a provincial matter the-alleged--German plots in this  -  country will be laid before the feder- What (he Press Agents Say AT THE ORPHEUM Charlie Chaplin, appears at the Orpheuin tonight in "The Pawnshop," which is a real scream. There will also be a five reel feature "Across the Pacific," AT THE EMPRESS When Mason Van Horton went one afternoon to tea at the resort that was kept by Prince Vandloup he dii' not know that he would meet there the woman that was to come so near wrecking" "Ms" "Whole career. Doria Manners.took a .liking to him and in this case it was the woman who coveted. And because ho refused to be n partner in her schemes she made her husband ruin him. This is the plot of the latest Red Feather feature production in fivr reels, "The Devil's Bondwoman," which will appear at the Empress theatre tonight. There will also be a war weekly. AT STARLAND Never since Geraldine Farrar appeared at Starland in "Carmen" has a more excellent photoplay been shown In the city, than "Maria Rosa," which was shown yesterday at Star-land and will be the feature for the last times tonight. Miss Farrar does some of her very best work in this film, and the play is distinctly Spanish, the scene being laid in Catalonia, lends itself readily to the wonderful dramatic ability of the famous prima donna. An excellent War Gazette showing the Canadians at Bram shott, a good comedy and a. duet by Miss Simm and Mr. Fleming, ocm-plete an excellent program. SIR ED. CARSON PRAISES JELUCOE London, Feb. 21.-In introducing Die naval estimates in the house of commons today, Sir Edward Carson, first lord of the admiralty, said the vote for 400,000 men which the government was asking demonstrated the strength of the navy. He expressed the opinion that the country wvv'j exlromoly fortunate in having Admiral .Tellicoe at the head of the admiralty. "In his record of service and experience Admiral Jellicoe occupies a unique position," the speaker commented. As an officer at the admiralty for two and a half years he has held the destiny of the country in his hands. - Admiral Beatty, continued Sir Edward, was now commanding the greatest fleet which ever sailed the sea and had the complete confidence of the officers and men. A fifth sea lord had been appointed to deal with the air service, he announced, while the transport department of the navy, except in so far as it was concerned with the transport of troops had -been transferred to the shipping controller. Sir Edward said he was certain the problem of the submarine menace could be solved, but it could only be solved if the nation acted in the way indicated in conjunction with the navy. UNIVERSAL TRAINING IN THE UNITED STATES Washington, Feb. 21.-After a conference with President Wilson, Secretary Eaker said today he would send to conj gress this week the universal military training bill drawn up by the army general staff. The secretary would not say what he would recommend, but it is understood the president favors the principle of military training if it can be worked out in a practical way. ;m 'M m ll pi ?  * -> ENGLISH LADY BARRI8TERS London, Feb. HI.-A measure per�': mitting women to practise as solid-| tors received its first reading in th�' house of lords today. It was introduced by Baron Buckmaster of Cheedlng* ton. Surprisingly Good Cough Syrup Made at Home ContuVery MMIe Mid Eaaltr Made, but is Remarkably Effective. HOLLAND AFTER SUBMARINES Washington, Feb. 21.-Official dispatches received here today said the Netherlands government was preparing to buy for its navy two submarines, one Gorman and one British, which were'seized and interned when they entered Dutch territorial waters some time ago. Holland has been unable to get materials for submarine construction. desirous of Investigating the methods- existing organizations tho opportune Ity of appearing before the. commit-, passports tee, providing 48 hours notice '8,8^" bv Aliens not entitled to them en ��> th = f tlin nfficlals affected bv Ioy allens nm enuiiea to mem. so that the officials affected by the criticism may be In attendance. R. B. Bennett said it should be settled whether or not the house of comhions and senate  committees arc to sit together as one committers. Senator Bellcourt said it would probably be unwise to have duplication ot work. Mr. Bennett thought it would DIDN'T SIGN CARD; LABOR CAN-f DIDATE ELECTED. Wlnbipcg, Man., Feb. 21.-Alex. Hume',' labor , candidate, was elected alderrhan over F. J. C. Cox, in a civic bye- dlectibn^lh "Ward 6 today, by a ........ -------.....-,_........ majorjty of 118. Hume is an anti be absurd to have two committee sit registratioriist, and upheld the same at the same time, and unnecessary platform as Andrew Scobie, who was expense. He..,heard that the senators- elected alderman in this ward at the : could make a separate report to the regular civic" elections b�t GERARD LEAVES FRANCE Paris, Feb. 21.-James W. Gerard, the former United States ambassador-- to Germany and Mrs. Gerard, left ?'> ? > Paris last night for Madrid. They will > proceed from there to Corunna. Among > GERARD REACHES SPAIN those at the station to see them a,v/ay was Count D'Onriesson, representing Premier Briand. You'll never really know what a fln* coiifih syrup you can make until yott prepare thin famous home-made remedy;' You not only save $2 as compared with the ready-made kind, but you will also have a more cilective and dependable remedy in every way. It overcomes the: usual cough3, 'throat or chest colds in 24 hours-reliovcs even whooping cougK quickly. V:; Get 2'.i ounces of Fincx (!50 cents: wortli) from any pood drug storo, pout it into a lG-oz. bottle and fill tho bottld  with plain granulated sugar syrup, Here you hr.ve IK ounces-a family supply-of the most effective cough-syrup that money can buy-at a cost of only fi4 cents or leBg. It never spoils* The prompt and positive results giveii? by this pleasant tasting cough syrujj/: .... i ftavc caused it to be usea in more homes: ... | tllaiv any ot)l(!r rome,iy. jt quickly * loosens a. dry, hoarse or tight coughy heals.the inflamed membranes tliat.linf| MINERS STRIKE Woodrow,. Minn.,. Feb. 21.-About 200 miners employed at the Wi!co:t mine of the Canadian-Cuyuna Ore > company have gone on strike demand- > ing higher pay and abolition of the contract system. Wages asked are > ?4 a day-.for wet places, $3.75 for dry > places, $'3.50 for trammers. � ? Madrid, via Paris, Feb. 22.- James W. Gerard, former, American ambassador at Berlin, and his Party, arrived here this morning on their way to tlnited States. The Americans we're , met at the station by representatives of the foreign" office, arid by Joseph E. Willard,-United States ambassador, ��� and his staff. - ' ' K* *�* *2* '31 *3* *$* *3* *2*^ I Halifax, .J. .;. <. .;. .;. til. SivfctfcftJSE OPENS -VG" f .----S.�-Feb. 22- The provincial1--legislature openefd this afternoon with the usual ceremonies and Lieutenant-Governor Grant for the first time since his appointment read the speech 'from the throne. uuuiuiitiiiiuunuiiatutu;uituiiiuui�tiiuiiuiuiiitiiiiuHiiiiuiiuiiiiuiiiuiiinuiiiiiiitii�i fr- 1 Babies' Milk Milk supplied frbm Individual cows ' that hsvs passed the tubercular tsst by the government v�terinari*fl. Cream - - - WANTED Highest prices pa.id for: No. 1 Cream and .pheck tent for Each Shipments by. Return Mail. Milk". , - MILK 'AND CREAM DELIVERED DAILY. EDGEHiiX DAIRY Phone 1524 -�'.V 601 7th St. S. THE AUCTION SALE OF HORSES advertised to take place at Warner on Saturday, February 24th, has been postponed until a later date on account of the sold weather. FURTHER PARTICULARS LATER ' f-' E. C. PECK, Owner . - �HARLES in Pawnshop HIS SERVICES E9 ARE FREE NO OBLIGATION ON YOUR PART For the benefit of the many readers of fViis paper who have foot troubles we have arranged for the services of the foremost foo'ti expert of The Scholl Mfg. Co., of Chicago, New York, Toronto and* London, largest makers of foot comfort specialties in the world- He will give his entire, attention, wholly free, to all who seek his help. And no one will be under obligation to purchase anything after receiving his attention. Next Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 26 and 11 He" has had wonderful success with many varieties of foot' ailments and we urge everyone to take full-, advantage of this offer while it lasts, which will be for but'a limited period. If you have -pains and sudden cramps in your toes and.balls of your feet; -tired, aching feet; -corns or bunions; -callouses on the soles of your feet; -painful heels, ankles and limbs; ' 1 -let him tell -weak ankles; -weak, fallen or broken down arches you how to A howling scream from start to finish. "Across the Pacific" A Five Reel Special COMING FRIDAY-SATURDAY " , Edna Goodrich in "THE MAKING OF MADALENA" LAST :T(MES. TQNIGHT i JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS* AMERICA'S FORE- fef^g MOST PRIMA DONNA ANp SCREEN STAR GERALDINE FARRAR in Five Acts - "M^RIA ROSA" - Five Acts Duet, Miss Simm, Mr. Fleming. Latest War Gazette. Good Comedy. LAST TIME TONIQHT' RED FEATHER PHOTOPLAYS-PRESENTS BEN "WILSON IN "THE MMNSMING" With.FRANCILIA BILLINGTpN; ALSOVHOVVtJING COMEDY* 1 WEEKLY Obtain Genuine and Lastlfig Foot Comfort No matter what treatments you may have tried-or If you have worn arch supports or other appllanos* without success-let this Scholl foot expert give you his personal attention. Let him inspect your feet .and tell you how to overcome your foot troubles. He has helped thousands of others and probably can help you * to obtain permanent comfort, too. � f? careful and thorough attention. So do not put Off. your visit until the last minute.-you may be too Ihts." then. Drop everything else, if need be, and comi*.:' early. If you are now wearing arch supports, 1st': him readjust them for you. It will cost you nothing./ BRING THE CHILDREN � '" , Little, weaknesses in children's feet may develop:: into serious and painful fo.ot ailments if allowed "to 5 progress. Let the Scholl' foot expert see their fast/ and show you how to take care of the' little dries'and,' prevent possible foot troubles. Let him tell you; how to select shoes for the chlldren;-how to'be sure: that their little.feet will have plenty of room'itej grow correctly. <"�' -'''..'.rs '.�.'.""; \" i-.'.' - .! Don't Let This Opportunity Slip by You ' This is an opportunity that no one should overlook. It may mean permanent freedom from the annoyance the discomfort, the pain of foot ailments. It is an opportunity that comes but seldom to most of us and. you should lose no time In taking the fullest advantage of it. There are no strings attached to this'offer-^ you will not be'asked to buy a thing. So do not hesitate to come. ;' He is not a so-called "corn doctor.' He does not cut corns or callouses-he performs no operations. He simply inspects your feet and tells you how you can obtain instant relief and permanent comfort by mechanical means, using Dr. Scholl's wonderfully successful scientific appliances and preparations to produce the most desirable results. And remernber, there is no charge whatever for this'service. You will not be asked to buy a single thing. Neither'heed you'be a customer of this store. COME IN EARLY Hundreds of people-perhaps thousands--are going to try to see this Scholl foot expert but those who come early will be more certain of his most &co SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE j1' 88 24090? ;