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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta A- -v --I PACK THP; i .Y 23; 1917 Ellbqi'tn DAILY A N'D WEEKLY _ j __ __. __ J Subscription Rales: Dally, delivered, per week 10c n.atly, delivered, per year 55.00 Pfllly. by tuall, per year HPO. Hackly, by mail, par year H 65 Weekly, mctl, per year to U.S.. v TELEPHONES Eus'lnoss Dlfice 125 Kdtmrlnl OJllco 122 .-W, A. Buthanan Joho Torrancc ManngiriE'nirnctor- liuslnesa Manager nn- peir address label. Accept- cnco-of papers After cspfrattojv'date Is eur a'ulbnrHy to continue the iubscrfp- lion. lias been given au Impetus among Iho Farmers of tho Ininicdl.nto district UiiU I'jVoiDlfCfi to KO tnr. Thyro ts no why tlio provin- cial pi an should not work 53 well; wo jlil not expect It lo work hettcr. Wo would Uko to eusERet to lion, Duncan Marshr.il that if'liie adminis- tration tho. new sclienie can bo Include s supervisory cst In the loans oti tho part of live hoards o'f jratl? aitd U. K. A. locals throughout tho province, ho will doing much to niaVn the plan a suc- cess. There Is no reason why local Eupen'Jslou'could not bo exercised Iu Ihls way nlong tho linos adopted :hy tho Livestock Gu.irantors here! Sucli a plan n'Ould create a contuiiiulty .In- terest which would bo good for the litati. King and Country need ycu right now l 7HE PROGRESS OF. THE WAR 5 Lord Curzon opened the of ihe British publlc_ yesterday bis nma'Ing lale of what great work the Brltith forces havo been nccompllsh- ine recently in the n-inr easl. behind the veil of secrecy which lias been drawn over their- movements. FOT a time after tho opening o[ Ihe "-n-ar German influences, worXlng Tvlth the object o( the great German am bition of nggrandtzemeiil, were act-- fit work Lhrdughnut the near 'cast, particularly In Persia, setting to llidse peoples against, the en- countries; tlirougli .-their racial .and relfgioui prejudices. N'ot only -have the British successfully cleared Persia of these Influences, but they 'liive.marcherV'in considerable force to. Tehenin, an accomplish- beset Vfftli greatest hazards', and fhave cleared before Iheai the Turk forces opposing them, so that' DOW the 'British 3Te securely in control in. these iml.all tribes have remained Ioja.1. In addition tq this. great sue- ..cesses are now being recorded aeainst KtLo Turks In Mesopotamia. -This tarapfllsu hi the near east has already Germany's hold thererand f'fplaced tbe Turks in the position, b( Slaving sufficient to alUml lo witbout able to "give any nid to ite Ger .There. Is great confidence in E land Uiaii.Lhe beji lo suFces.Etuilfv.'copo' wili. s marir.e this belief greater ''justification -dfty-- BOUHASSA AND THE DORCHESTER DYE-ELECTION "A'volo for Lanricr a vote Tor Tlfat Is the burden of Ilia son; siMiff' daily into the eira .of Ontario by (he Toronlo Daily ;Nc This'hit of fa'llon Is carefislly Tiurscd by'wc-stcr'ii Conservative papers, lilt Iho Dorchester bye-election ihey almost had believing that had forsaken his old Nation- alist Irlcqds nnd become un appeti' i of tho Liberals once more-. Local Tories unriouncod Iho (act more than onco in gTcat But did not rid I hems el of tho alliance of 1911 BO easily. liourassa stuck by his He'was a silent but effecUfo Scvieny canfpalgncr In iorchesler. Among his contributions o the campaign was a. ncry article debouncing Sir Wilfrid as- the first to send 'troops ibrokti in Dritalu's ware, as the first-lo raise a navy, and -is the one Tho'so "changed Ihe Mllltfa Act thai raen.cculd be. called out to ioreigi anO Trho, were he now in office d "etirorce conscription, in tin HOYKADOUT A w at-oni; E- of. Living ,st 'uau present war. 1 as anti-Laurler as eve he was.. He is lined up behind Sevigny and in the Uorde cabinet, and Conservatives of Eng i-speaking" Canada can get wha IE [action, they may of the fac JPASSfJVG POK THE'BUSY, A tiro destroyed tlio Larlvlere Hook I Alia., It .HVLW C6-. Jielow! ero at the of the riro._ Opposing amcuiluicnlB by Senator -ummlns hi tha S, Senate to tcui- tor stringent provisions- of tho cs- lone.gc bin ponding In the setiulc. Senator Overman, ol North Carolina, "fired he hud been-told there wcra too hi tho United States and hat'It. was absolutely essential Hint drastic laws be to protect na- loiral.defences. As a result o( the C.P.H, aud G.T.It. at florlli arc at present over cars ot freight on he different eliHuga here.'Tho Tcui- skamfDs nnd.Korlh.erii O'ntnrlo rail- vay has been especially herd hit, ?a relfilU Elil-jfed'on flint linO forjiolnta ouili past mid iycst ot Is held liy nnlli .lha other companies can mover It' Ui> 10 the JJussiau p.urchns- :s of war supplies tn tlio Qciulnluii of Janaila have -aggregated.- clu'oily coiisisflag of "sa'Jdlery, .shells, ocomotivoa and box-earS. :Tho gov- ernment feels, tioivcvpr, thai Canada was In n position to supply a higher vroporllon of llie ivtir ivaiits and rep- rcseiitatSous to. that effect inndc o Pclrosrad.' A Iliissian government war credit will likely be .established n Montreal, aod it Is expected that many additioual mlUlons 'o[ Russian money will be Canada for ivar orders.. The new Alberla'provincial police t'lft day of the LonJqvuOiil.. three day campaign, tu raise }300.fJOO Tor Iliq toil Cross aiid-'l'nlvlollc lund'showJ to Kirc on Moor of West Saddle'ry. cbmpair.v's wareliQ'nV dnuingc 'ei bus Jarsc nuin Ing.1 overcome by Ibo fuiucs'of burning felt :--V.x'. '_L- r 'M liad LcenMcl in English toiiccrn' have 'bec'iK given to Ilia conajja-ijv ahd.Ordnahto'C'oiii; Canadian units' 1ii been ordered lo turn Itielr f "to vegctatjlu' jrovthi? spring, with n view ot Iho of home a Suitable plots on" camp districts' to be cultivated'by tho soldiers, The Missouri Pacific and the-St. Louis I ton Mountain nnil Sou them Ilaltroad Vere-Boht under fore closure to ,H. N. Ncilaoii, representing; (Lo reorganization committee Duncan Holmes of New York, rep re muaiiy. The for sontlug Laeb Missouri Pacific was s POO. Under the tue Missouri Pacific is to have u LQ lal of Am .ol the, Missouri or Ibe Mountain is to be assess ber'of aiipllcatlons' on ttie forco from-'rii'eu liow.criiiSloj'eil as guards in .iieriUonllarle's, city po-i recruits llco forces, Qiid'.bf fire depart- get up li menU. Applications, como-from- Cal- gary and tMmoTiton ID or- der to play fair lyllH the civic forces llic chief of-the provincial force bus laic] flown a rule.tlial consid- er- no anplicatipa guards, eiiy or" city firemen unless they have a1 written, release or Erom' Ihb-'ward'en or tlio chief under whom they now on- nccrulllng lit Winnipeg1' aro discouraged. DespUo thelr.'utmosl jt forts It Is laUinK on an ayern'ge three days for every local uuit to gain recruits arid it lakes'a long ttDiq'l get up lo sirenslhlat "Re cniils are Lelng aousht by 23 mlHli'r> estabiishmciiis here', 'who scour thi district thoroughly. Ilecruftlng of lie crs arc unanimous tbat ih volunlnry Eysleui broken" dow'n They urge the. application of the Mi itia act and the caHmg cut of the class under It. This, it Is bell eyed would lead to a sufficient nurabe joining the (3. E. P. to (111 all ihe un fts at present recruiting, whal Canadian got a title today! Is getting to be an'un- plEnsant Bpot for bdotleggers. Keep up. tLe good irorfc. lhat: he paint- himseil and: Trhite: stripes; 'bfl evening. Cast abroad. ;.To ___ r.___ problem kof'meeting' the'ri5in5 cbsl q msintninirjf n .bpuscbold- is'b'ecoinlb .serious.-.. bf-yacaaLIota. In culiiTatedlanill crioughV -Tesfr FIGHTS "SUBS. Tf Keyr.''Yorfe.T Feb. anli- "consists whalers and fiahing Vessels, "iQanned. men, and destrbyeil' 200 German Alfred -Koyes, IPS asserted In "a state- "rnerit'jjitenJlhe-Associated Press here 'Brery, boat is armed ivlib., guns ;owjns 12 or 14 pound explosi ha liad tha cussing. Ihe 'history (of re-; sources 'queirionVVitlr Ihe .aid pf.'docn- .up by (Ihe declaration'' unite1 In- federal government -ijui II la1' got the resources -A" cash; and ,was the value of goad rjp.ads, afijoummc-nt In with ,.thQ cilies did j not 'rlgliL deal _nml pard to _nml polnling foTbc'tasDS .Ific'-'govern- men I received "wh'en'hc." Syaa'reblmlcd by Hon. C. Tt. uror, Vhb asked h lo .'dna us property ID Lethbridee should be made .to tip some o[ Its latent the goofl of the people. Calgary end Medicine Hat have tried the vacant lols gardtn plan and EUCCGEE. Why not Leth-" bridge? -Xow is the tlrae' lo get ac- tion. are sure that if I Lrade of Coloren and Coloren, gcncm merchants. Mr. Ualdrj- is -well knov. lo. Coaldale people -and fin here a'profllablo location. lle-pUn completely renoT.itc the store, .1 decorate it and brlhft-it up to date every respect. Messrs. Caloron ai Caloren came hero in 1910, and ha become well known, and well like They -recently nought some land nor of-'. here and will give luelr who lime to farm pursuits. consisLenlly; no-matlcr irhat'Tils .trend rusli of visitors, to iN'ew Yoi city continues uiiabaLeJ, and Hie .0 holds, and nearly iplcc that niioili oi, hoarding houses, cannot house t great army of transients irhich dal pours Into Ihe city on huslness pleasure. Capacity business has b the rule In many of Ihe hotels sin pctoher, with people turned .PremlGr you .far I 1 don't kno'.T where..-! would get pollti- Mr.'Noyes said he had spent eHect out .of it.1 the trailerJT, and waa rormert hy their caplaina that a sul apprcsched Ihoy wiuPaitartc an Krm Elve crerr EUpnorL lo Ihe "Hi; depends on th" enthusiasm displsjcd hy the.citizens. tario" was taking directly out of.the proplc a war lax. i.ThC'gdTeminent of hail Mr. IlillocWs'saitl.hla stalemert waa ttoiic .-nothing like that ;rMr.. HIHocka ;1Jb- that the.premier h'a'd marla. a mistake contended thai, in of granla in not conslstshtly .hammerins' the :to scliools Ihe cllica .VVe not gclilne WE SAVE YOU MONEY! ON WEARING FOR YOURSELF 4 FAMILY WILSON fNORTH LETHBRIDGC. TcssDl. What bEcnmes o[ a sutmarjne jredeml wbatla rlglit-deil. He was'Jplt'ciz'nG tho LIVESTOCK CREDITS PLAN ON RIGHT TRACK Thonsti Irjl Ihe mere outline ol the provincial plan lor llre- slnch crtdiis lo supplemenl'lhe larger plan ol-riiral credits is available, what lus EO far ts enco aging erJd meet with general .an- I. 'it is tree that Ice bants hayc formulated plans for easier lire- stotk 'credits, Iho propose'l provincial rural y; bnt. credits plan will eiid cither plan Is tiuiik atler-lt slrihes the trawler's net, the post said, Is a naval secret NEW SENATE CLEHK broad enough to rescii the small far- "mer or homesteader who" has jnol cleared his' land ot ilcU or has fio' received his, patent- .The credits, clan provides Tor Ihe clnhMng together o( groups ot-fire of Ihese 'men in'any comiriunily. the ment in -ruarontce Iheir joint ar.d] Shredded Wheat is a high- term of five years j Eeveral_'credil for a on a loan pf ?2500.al.six per.cont. _ln rcKlilj- this is but n re-arranecr mtnt ;bf; ,'thc. Lethbridse. Guarantprs-.-plan, though Jn the iocai ibt gyahtztOTs Ihclr cretlU guaranlee which the- EOFOrhment "proposes lo fur- nish, while credit ivas c'ilended to Feb. B. vate secretary for Sir Kohert Horrten -ou should three war." The Ernerton Modil "L1 12-20 it.an Idtal Tractor for tniall tult- graders. A neat, compact TractoV wlth'all vjorklng parlf perfectly'lubricated, thoroughiy protected and eailiy accbltlbk. The Superior Biippiy Co. AGENTS V. Corner 2nd Avc. 13th 61. 3. II provides convenience. com tori nsurc'anil .piilTlvcily, aE vfloc'a up-to-date waioiVLQ] le l No w :ilcv- 'sy.nenl required. _iVe risk "la'.'iahen.'ln' piir-' chasing this __Byslein, ..'.jj'-'.J .-4: F.'0.' B, iTqrontO, -Onl. T "i V jjiiliti'd System OIK Inhibition, Iluil Block, Joining Bank rtf Nova Scotia. Attriictive Proposition' .for Reliable in Kaustine Supply Co. of Alberta DISTRIBUTORS LETHBHIDOE" .Tcicphoiie KAUST1NE COMPAr4Y, LTD., I IV.Oi'lJox I .'jtlANUFACT v__ limes since.the outbreak.pf llic "Why should -nol knowledge there ;wri3; ai) r'lmpenc he received with.loud laughter from the Llftornl .benefits. A.- 'Gi'Ma'cKar. (hal poltcr was P' ,poles. rnuldn't, the.-gqVejnnienl ;'lmVc be rcrerrsd Jo in ihc'Vpcecrn from jfaade the prime re'garrl lo the 'throne and we, should. keep on wire.. .Witt, lliis obserrailOH he lolt Ms a man or woman for the "-day's enough- muscle-making enough heat-rhaking' mater- ial to keep the body in top-' Shredded nf ready-cooked, The Two Biscuits -Miv louiiinB over inside oti In2 meal at a cost of a few tivo iml the Ilrtslock Inrfusiry ,C4ntS, v; Made in Canada. Let Him HimselfTo CROWN jBKAND. _ tb.iVil'1'r t nssctl lat-.L'd tp' ir.d t Keith THE CANADA STARCH CO.YlWJTEO id' Sll-.tr G'tx' IjtMtlJrf Sl R. It Will be to AVc Interesjt to EjsewKercj 'i. :in stock, a .complete hue of r: Snddjery-' Hardware Trunks Suit Mills Gloves Fancy Leather THE ALBERTA SADDLERY Slrect ,S. ;