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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR MONDAY. Hlbci'ta. DAILY AND i Subscription Pally delivered, psr "c Dallr. ueliveied, per year '5-ol> Dally, oy mall, per J'csr K09 Weealy, Lly year '.Weekly, by mall, per yeir Id U.B..J3.00 TELEPHONES Business Office .....1.'........ Ldilorlol Oliice............... 1 W. A. Bur.hanan John Torrance ilaiiegiria Dlr'culor Dullness Manager Dale? subscriptions "P- ppar i on address label. Arcept- inre of papers after oiplrfillc-iv dsti Ii 6'ur authority lo continue tha iubscrlp- b! Canada should Us lite any. further, evpu (hough iho war Is still In progress. However, the Canadian parliament will'reach. decision wlieu parliament resumes In a couple of moiilhs. it it Eallsfoclorv .lo know (hit the Alberta Liberals rejected the of the Coneervallyes JOT the extension or Iho life of the local Ictfs- lalure'. tho people would seriously oppose 'such an arrangement. UP PA SSIJVG It 16 possible that Don Hosers' pres- ence at the Iniportil Conference Is for Ihe purpose of for boss p( a rcfonstructed Brlttsh Kmplrc. If HOB. Hoh Is mado High Commis- sioner al London. It Is to be eipecteil (hat he will bare Iho Gall report cii- graveil, fraiueil find, hung upon Iho walls of Ills London office. Klnj int Country ncii you rlcht nov-'l suppose If Dob Ttopers Is asVed ol tho Imperial Conference to suggest a solution of the war ho will advise that somebody fa out aim buy up tho enemy. Money Is tho ALL In with Hon. Dob. THE PROORRBS OF THE WAR The bavoc rrroughl by Gennau sub- marine's amonsBt Dutch shipping on Friday hti brought another' neutral country lo the verue of with Ger- rnanyi' Whither.Holland will go.even lo-che extent" of severing- diplomatic In 'finding occupations for returned soldiers, governments, provincial i federal, [ulghl replace all ellglblcs now lu Ihelr service ivlth men who o duty for their" country of battle. Create Ibo vecan clfs; don't'wall for ttiem fo occur. _ relations, how6ver, a] a result nf the ..Bmy.. Sunday's a{ ToronlOi the Hun submarines on-.lbe q mailer .of doubt. Beren'lnrge Diitc-h. ships were sent to tho'bottom on Friday, aftor having lo great blessing. not "nesilate fo brliiff him to Toroiilo." Silll. there may bo a Unit 'keen, jlren practically a safe condu-j (0 BiIIyV iie oit.iwa by. Iho Germans previous to their f pjpr ]t doesn; Thus an extremely grave, lo a eltualion has been created._iiid Is the Toronto: IMcst phase of the caiupelp.of fright- fulness. IntuRorated by Ins- German's nearly; a .month ago. -There Uttlo change In the IB it possible that the pcoplo Canada have been loo severe In thei critlcltma of Sir Max Aitkm and hi fltuallon-is. It concerns Ihe United lo the peera.e? W Stales. buMt .U'.ijlino_srcerlalp lhalj miny Enpiishmen of hlgl the great se vice he-has rendered since the wa President Wllion will Itfce some tor- Iher.s'iepi before eongrcse ad'curns- Britain's- estimates for the comloi Srear ot vrar provide for an army of five outride of those ralEed [rom iLdla. SHOW WORTH OF LIQUOR ACT Comnaratlv'e fiffares'..of police ewes d do'not properly appreciate 111 genius of this young man. Tho nesy parliament' bullillngs ntartOr a million dollars. Aid. F.. P. Gordon vas elected may- r ol St.1 Lauiberi; que. Y; John Morrow, of Brighton, whllo a uest'nt hotel, Tor- mo, with hla wife, died suddenly. Qeo.-M. llnidy, chief of BrocXvllle's ro ilefartuienl, lias resigned to ac- epl a similar position at Cobalt. Tbo Military Hospitals Commission 3 arranging for much more accoinnio- cvtlon for couvulescenl soldiers and ej i There likely will be a IraUo'confer- nice In Italy In April. Jlopreseuta- LYCS of nil tho allies will be present, ucludllig a delegate from Canada. D. England, trainmaster la'Calgary closed es all 'irilpVpuScnl 'Tho Ilev. Canoti'ltoM; Ker is dead St. Out. 'St.-Andrew's'church, Carllon street, Toronto, eiluniicd a coll to Ilev. Thoa. H. Slltchell, formerly of Ixmdou, Ont. Jas. Doub! nl the Cunida-Indla claluia Ilial bosllllty to the Sikhs IB gradually dylus out In Urltish Coluuvbln. Jas. Murray, Liberal candidate'1 lor tho House oi Commons hi East dieses, has retired owing r to 111 health. TLo Tories hi the Ontario lejlda- Inro voted of th.o. Lib- erals for the csfabllBUinenl of a'gov- crnuieul pwued rellnery, Joseph F. Sloaue, of Vulcan, has intcrcd statement .of'claim' against Anolhcr English uecrngo is leli at the C.P.H., has been transfcrroj to wuuoui Iho go the Jaw, where hc'wlll't'nke of Lleuicnaut Alau de Dla amo position, while J, Frajii, ol Quicre only eurylvliis son of Lord de Nelson, will take his place h'ero. clrter EOD, ilohn, fel In action In-1915. The Ca'ieary spring gtock'sliows vril hmlly P. and Arthur.Murpliy, p[ td- held Anrll" 10 to 13. These-Jnejudo nonlon, for the sum of and In- lho horso Ehow, entriesVilor cresl, this being Ihe balance allcseil ;vhlcli close on March and Ih'e auc :o to due on purchased by' llieui (jOI1 tulls. Hie enlrjw'for n December, 1511, for I which close ou March 1C. The call from Knox Cran-1- w.' Hume, 'labor candidate, wai brook, lo Itev. Killls Wright" of 1'incli- dccicd alderman by tho electors o Waahlugton, rciolu- .lon'authorUlng the prcaldent to kiae armed forces' ot tho Uultcd Stales lo irotcct the commerce, properly and of tho United atalea is'as Introduced In the Senato by .Senator Fall, Republican. i Kall'a. rcBolullpn waa offer- e'a by uiunlmous concent after a t'i-o on-Ihe Inlernatlpnal ill- which' nppubllcans dlK- c.lalmed .'any desire to.Vvlthhold aup- liort 'from the president In handling Ihe Tha authority lo bo.eitended the resolution U along the general 'ine of that which It has been undcr- President Wilson would request from Congress. Bpmetline next week Senator fall's'action took admlnle Irallon senators, complelely by'sar- ttjttjn' Our QWB, Chihiplon, Clever ipeLt-'Uie- week (juti'ln ro- turhlir lioaJa'y.- Mr) in'd ftlrt. Thompson, of Calgarx. t pent wflok i en J ivlti their daughter Mrs A.1 8. Holwrlj, ubfl- lloii of night 'operator at the u-lc- phono Mb's UaiTkun.hig icijoplsil u-posi- tion fa McGraior'if TUe Stapey'-Luiiibor Col.oru-lm- proYlnjf ihelr.'yardB by erecting now F-hedf, '-'i F. ,Qollpway.' of Thigh Kill, IB 'reeling 'qfiiem Edwanis and A. Orr oi f.ChauniU cco.ntnjefld.-.''F to anyone from FJIED.J. OAVEEH. We. siboi, 8 for tS.SC, tfe. Fruit- Mr. De Puc, [rom Chicago. 'Mr, ana Mrs, Coule, Trom Mr.- Mlu- anl, from ChLojo. 5'.'. Tlio cnlerUlumeni boy cdute and girl fuldes prbyeXl lljccMt- lul. Tho small' .crowd .were woll repaid by llio aiH nobly lit 'the'aucllon gale of IVQH taken in." j The' Bulldoflt Are Corning! I The New York World says thai tha vide for tho future The Brlllah war office has enlere.4 federal department oi Justice In Its The :mosl definite measure Is the, suit against the (Ira of Caverhill, investigation of spv svslems, allied purchase of a large .quantlly ot food _, ,_._, r- 'which will bo brought here for dls- Ion at the lowest possible price. je W. Perkins, chalrnian of the forwarded to'the forces of and' mayor's committee on food supply Ihe king. It was claimed Ibal the B-aS sent W Ollawa, os- announceil that a campaign had be brushes were Infected with germs of to do newspaper work, -.uthrai: nil C. Davis, from California. nTcsgaon o EPV Lcarrnont and Compiny, of Montreal, to been coniuctod by -Albert to recover sild lo represent Eaudcra-nnil 'Cliarle: 'Wuniicnbiri' InUrltutto the value of a shipment of. shaving uu, inLeiesls of has :dlscov-'j George The appointed'by ;the (0 as the substi- tute for more. costly foojs. To -kccr the price of rice' Ihe coinmlLLee "Theirs not to make reply, not to reason why, 'Theirs but Is, of-'course, provided they are ..In for' the laitl 'say3 iie Peterboro Bii.raonUis of 1916, during which mjght haTe thC.AlberU..Llquor.Act-wa3 In force, and captains, majors and .periods in preceding yea TneJ. al, obey ardcrs fiom issued by .the.: provincial! They can't reason tle.slatlsllcs.cannot w-nv wnu the hlsher commands. They must-Pimply obey orders.' No'onder Bacon Hillocks left" the gglpft. Siz-hour driven the congregation away from him., in tiie legislature hlj speech g house, ana, after sen-ing the .Augllcan rectory, was later pur- chasEd by a local syndicalc and con- verted into a business, premises.. Mabel of has asked lliei Btate legls totlifo to authorize an emcndaient tr i 14. died 'ol burns' received whefl her nturp to aul caught fire. Her. i'-be pity charter giving the board According lo word which has Waller, aged IT.'.is in Ibe Hotel Dicu fioiver to appropriate, n, two of as the..result ;gf injuries, city tunas which to 4 .v B i foodstuffs tO'be.EoU at reason __tbc linmlgralioii b Friti O'glll'le, borii in EaVt Prussia while tryios to exL'ngulsh his and.former German interpreter at the burning Thii family moved hall has been, killed on the Frenchl to Windsor from the covinlry eleven' Arrangements have brenimnaa fo' __., _ iu_.a preal dpinonstratlon Ibis nflernoor nrijva. to anyone that the act Ihlne for Iho people of the rrovlnre. city as the CTcrage. of. all offen: ces daring the last elr months of each of years 1912. 1013. 19H and 191B .718. From .Jnly 1st lo December In ISlC-the total.dropped ,lo 51, of 627. or 37 per cent. The aycraEe of In tho years he'nre prphlollloQ was 353 as z 2l lasj year.durlng the regime of ]ust as lhe Ioll o[ lhe sea.oflell Llnimr Act. a.decreaSB of 93 per cent. Ogejs to the weary. Edmonton oiily. beat the Lcthb'rldge i Tit B. H.l.ness only'on a cash basis. ivho went to the" U; iromlndl be accepted by. most! of the' c Miletle, n'-ho went to the U.- S. iromjno't be accepted by. most of the'com Canada In 1S71 la "Aloy-l lliouih 'there are one'or.twoj sius church, the first French "Catholic- which uuy accept notes.. The reason church in the stale, which he' for this Is tie eiceVslTe.lcsses of.last so long lhat even his own col-i Had' since' been .pastor, died, at Na year, the percenlage- of leagues yawned and slumbered. II. He. was 75.years of asc, leviable, and lhc. copElslent" excessive days that he spoke proved lo ha iubilee hsil damages in Alleila for.the pasl days for Fleening In a chair. The lor- rent p: nothings pnt lhe members lo rerord with ardecrciHe ol 97 per cent, L% an averare of 134S to 29. v Conservative papers are talking very loudly 'aboul the death of free .Calcary decreased from 325 to 33 and '4j.e Pountiv and a e- Mediplne Kdl- from 137. to 18. Tag-! lariff nc Empire after liner ;also fell off, and while Ihls Cons5rTalL7e e3limate have.-bten due In'part of the fact that I, g-.preferinlial tarift wlihla tte Em. men were scarce and (here was plenty] of Demand for men. 11 is' nevertheless ?ve per cen, lhc war j's diis itf good mefisura to the Liquor a telter province r! in Tory imirnals should a priest last FebTuarj. several years." WE SAVE YOU MONEY' ON WEARING APPARRsSHDES FOR YOURSELF FAMILY WILSON NORTH LETHBRIDGE. MOTHERS! 12 o'clock it Btty tn c Creepy Coufli! ,Yoii. wKo liave ha'd experience know the value nt a iime lite this of .having a mcd-' t icine on liand you can triiEt. For 47 years mothers have relied on all such emergencies. If a reliable; yoii can always depend on ilj being exactly the same. It is'pleasanl It is cconom- iealbc'uuBSbf Fcr -'-thft'iame nUi'on-ShiloK doctnot Upielthe battle of Shiloh .may prove the best inveitnicnt yaii ever made.' 47 YEARS SUICC THJCOUC HS ;AI TO SEIZE FOODSTUFFS i Senator baa Lroduced as an amendment. to In- tnc revenue bill a provision to authorlz' Ihe president.. lo .seize foodaluffs j deemed to be monopolized in rlola- lldn ofi law. Foodatulfs be disposed' of .at under government supervision.' live m since the act was put oa Ihe laj-mana. low" com- free of a Uriff gollatlnns on the changes In the .elec- tric light franchise. Some concess- ions have been made by the town and the company now seems lo be salis- pf one ivllh Sir William Mackenzie, ot the Ca- FOB EXTENSION OF TERM Mfllan.Northern railway, denies lhat [jea. A minimum flat ralo '-There is no need'for the ram.e T63' for lhe Purposc of In--'dollar !has been decided i formln; the Brewster government lhat gradual change lo p meter .system. ot .the lirc'.'pr'lhe provincial'.leglsla- About 100 meters will be In (Special to'Ihe Fenite, Feb. whole of yes- terday wag taken'up by the miner's convenllon 'wLlli, conEideration of of fleers', reporlg aiid but two b[ Uiese, that of President Grabam and Vice' President being disposed of be- tore. afternoon The scales committee lias been busy uron that Important wort, and tbe action'ol the convention upon Ihls matler will be of'the cxeculiTe It mccla the consider.the next agree- ment, which Is. to coolrol prices for the next year, Nearly all the to the con- vention remained- over today in Fej- nle, 'many of them hnving work In ommittce tc rerform In "prcler to be ea'dy for llonday's San I-Yancisco. iCal., on mas J. Jlooney, a" labor agitator, was t r. 1 LI rtOOUt 1 f commenced sli lhc British Columbia, wonld lne jmT Only One "BROMO. QUININE" To get Ihe'genuine call (or'dill namn' BROMO QUININE. Look or signature bf'E. GROVE. Cures cold (D one day. 25c. Jcity for these purpose: In the war. Why should Alberta act raihvay knight did not come oul here meter he will either be.obliged lo pin, was convicted of murder In lhe first differently from the other provinces? Ihe government that his com- In an'instrument or be cut off lhe degree Had eilension been agreed upon by Pan? was prepared to meet the said Jhe the parties' al Edmonton .it would have appeared lo lhe people Ibal they :Savs the Ottawa Citizen: "A were granting themselves a farther term in office without any good rea- EOH whatever. There has teen no de.'ccnl Astor. who Is now doing patrol come mand frpm'the people thai the life of duty In New York, lo con-1 hampered the construction of the thei leVlslaiare should Ire elder the rase something worlhj- of a j dynamo room and lie laying of There may be good reasons for many capllon. Bui'isn't there more reason! of .the all nlshl service Is slill open, but it will not be pressed by lhe .company. I from Judge Griffin's refusal to grant Tho difficulties, between a new trial, chief counsel for Mooncy Judge Gritfin set >Fay 17 for the execution. An appeal will be taken lhe company and the town are re-. said. pbonle sincerely opposing a Dominion for Mr. Astor lo shoulder a gun Iban election t Dominion government Is conducting a day (pome days) for swinging "Her Money Trou- get "more vex- as the cost of, foods 1 'tan whan Hi plant will be ready for oper- climbs skyward. Meat CEES election during the war, because lhe there Is for a man who Is getting }2 atlon. Assurances are given by George J W. Green, manager ot lhe Elllsor Hie life ot a legislature esr rince there la no nabllc demanrl prorinrlal election should be became so slronB lu Ontario thai both governments are.not conduct- Vincent Aslor owns a huge chunk along. but endurance of the a' war; they, arc slmnly directing N'ew York and, as the Citizen. Intl-j people seems lo be about exhausted thD affairs of the provinces.'males, why shouldn't he be Interested i Tho council la being asked .to bring It -mild be a dangerous precedent "to In pro'.ccting It? I Up.11 The demand for women's s'ulTraee! Measles Outbreak Raymond Is nnder the ban of the ayrilcd and when It appears that such political parties were eager to be anj looVen first lo propoEO legislation. .11 Alteha can p.n elec- lonR iinlll the women of all Car a da. endeavor lo alaiTrp out Ihe measles i utu In a month, will enjoy lie eame franchise prlvl- outbreak.' The public school was ttlilk or cream, make a COm- an nrnirpeijiftfit .would have like a deal. IJon-raTJirpIzn over and then whatever parly I, returned leges as the men. The Dominion par- j 'SlV'a lo power can setUe down to denl scr- llamcnt should pass leflslation giving' loiisly wjlh the. problems lhat will the vote to women In Dominion clec-jtakc drastic action lo'order to nip the confront na at'lhe ccuclusion of lhe tlons In all lhe provinces where In the bud. H Is thought hy l offered has been to them, i Precautions the disease and vegetables are almost beyond the family purse. Happy is the housewife who knows Shredded Wheat, its low cost and its high food value. A better balanced ratiotl than meat or eggs and COSts much less. Two Shred- Tlie Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer Reserve, wants men for imme- diate service Overseas, in j the Imperial Navy CcndiJttes raoit be from of ntturdil born T> A Sl.lOper dayiodnpifi.'di. Free Kit, Separilton monthly, Exoencnccd 38 to 45, .tod bofa from 15 to 1 arc xvinted rnr ibfCAMAnrAN NAVA.I. I -Provi' NaVaMlecruItinB.CpiTi.: A. H. 10035 JasJTer, Avc., Ednionlon or Naval Uecniltins Ottlc'c, I W: irlmcnt of Nival Service, OTTAWA. TO INVESTORS THOSE WHO, FROM- TIME TO TIME, HAVE FUNDS REQUIRING INVESTMENT 'PURCHASE AT: PAR DOMINION OFfCANiA DEBENTURE STOf; IN SUMS 0>