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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta iPEBh'UAiW 1917 (Froni fiitri CorrfBpond.-ntl Plncher Greek. Feb. Mailers. Til Wcrq d at' the coimcll on Mon- -wps usual, not day 'Hip quite (hLcfesUng Councillors 1 larking up at- tor tlio strciiuoua (Inics jmL In In con- 'ivIIJi Ihrowgh of thrco now I one of thciiu a MlRlGTNEWS (From' Our'YWn Correspondent) Iron Springs, Kit Tlio' U. V. A. or Iroii Springs" are preparing for MILKKIVKR (from Our 9wn Correspondent Milk llh-er, Feb. C, C, Slover, H-lio has been hi Mlrniftsota'cn busl- concert to be' glvtn on tho. second ol ncsa, has returned lo Sunny Alberta. affair at I hat. Tlio arcountB ivere nunier nvd tolflllcd pljout J, Uio lieallli officer, Vas and aleo a couiila'of tuplnesa T. ,lf. Rcbli .and V.A. MesarB, Scolt and Am- broao wojc presejit against Uio Qunrnrjllne for rncaEleu, staling that 1L was .working an unneceseary hardship on those who wcrc'slml In, and also, voicing the. opinion (liat a gtrlrl qimTm.tlno Tnr mpaslcs not jicedcd, Tjio.'heallh oUlcor cxplnlncd under Ilic licnllh act the Uarch. ..The 'program coniniltteo met oil Monday'liit'ahd outlined a pro- gram whjch'lW'hbbig'will draw a good crowd. Mr. Bud Mre. B. Dlckqut biro re- turned 'a trip1 WCowley. Mr, DIM'MfB.'.Tilslatn of ore VljsllliiB' friends In Iron Springs. i'Jio regular 'meetjus, of. tUe Iron Springs wMch was to bo Tlicro Is a movement on foot among Hie lu'slucss men of Milk River to ae cure n qualified doctor for thifi.dls (rlct. TJio services of a physician are certainly 'a necessity In so largo a IcrrlLoiy as tlml adjacent to Milk flfver ami pledges are being taheri (o Off IS IIKEIIO BE FIXED AI111 preliminary assess- 'pnt [or 1517 elands at approxlinate- ]y HS onalnsl J12.2CO.OOO dual figures for 151 C. Theso figures were Id' Ilio as approxl- mate Assessor Mccch thlg 'morning, The decrease Is due i lo tho decrease'In tho suncraBHCFS- guaranteo the doctors salary. I ,25 pcr cent, lo Kinder lias purchased a farm. per f COD acres four mllca east of Coulls, An for liQld on WedncEdoy wan nojilpontd Alta, qn tlio Inlernallonal boundary. beon ana Ilow account of the cold wealner. The Aid, Tills farm was formerly owned by ,h. 0{ Ule ntew.-an had busy very sue. II Turneir and Son 'Iho deal was cnurl.of rcvlslon (llcd Ior cessful winter. "a-IUllo less than a year since they organized and rtur- InB that lime 'they -'hivo done con- sldcrable-Rca Cross work besides fur- nishing the Mctliodlsl pireoiiage. A. Hunt, J.-Tennanl and II. Dlckout have been visiting friends In'LowIcy. HOW, 1ST, A (From ;thc Tlio revenue'ilerlvcd' ironY Bow Imd iwwcr lo put on ilrlcl-.iiiiBren-i laud's. gas system (oV-thb iDonlli ot 1 a'rnoiinlcd to Ai llils (fnc If (t 'was[ thought necessary for Ilio nubile and thai the council____ bad no say In. the mntter.- Ho also residents, wllrtln a (cw years ij, glvcn'aifnlr liirrcaso In the mim- took t'CTjUemen lo task for Inp, and explained a few. tilings ;to one.' vflll bo a pretty low _ Amon? tho eovoral additions ami 'd" lo' hUlMlnBrt how being tNeih In to tho toivn- be, thrown 611011 io tho ________ rnviipea of-measles as'.It ivns not a mate In. How Inland he Included dangerous --'disease.. .When lie [jot Dial or the Bow. Island "MercnnKic Co., through Mr. 'Ambrose arnnc ami have made considerable quested that.he be'allowed to tho Interior of -their draw lila pfdvloua nnd ex-.Et0re. "v- pressed lilmgelf. ng. willing to- alUle A regular meetltif.-pf the town coun- hcallh'oiTicor proper. TJic mntio Ihrougli Qulim and Madden of MMk niver. There will be Sunday echool at the ,Vflk ]Uvcr EcboD) bouse at 11 n.m., March 11. Kverybody welcome. Coorgo Barrows, who haB been lah- Kg trcatincnl fn Call Hospital, Lctji- brIOgCj returned Lo Milk River last Mrs. Wm. Kinder and children, will rclum to Indiana this 16 spend' Borao lime v.Eltlng relatives and frlcudE near Jlrs. Klndcr'a tormer home. There will to a given Wednesday ir.orniiiB. March 21st, It Is hardly espcclcd thai Ilierc will bo very many appeals from the a rnenl this ycflr, as u-llli few exceji- tlolls, tho Is the same us In 191G, at Iho Sleepy Hollow FYldny nlghl nt 7.30. school house All are cor- dially Invited to attend, ladles rciicst- cd lo bring luncli. A collection will bo taken (or toe patriotic fund. TRACERS (Fram.Our Own Correspondent) IS IN EFFECT deemed held In Ihfi council chamber on Thursday cv'enlns Kollowini; omrhltleb1 looVlnff Inlo IhoJ.v (elter from the flro: underwrllerfl, question ,of cmloralDB a .resolution i who slated Ibat'tho fire 'protection of sr-nt'llie counell.'.by the loiyn of'Cas-lgow island vraa 'not sufficient lo war- tor regarding 'the' pellllonlnR of (ho rant .a reduction in' tho ra't'e o( Insur- London, order-in-coun- T, i ell estobllsjilng the Travcrs, Fob. and Mrs. H. for British army, was Isancd to- Iluntcr returned on Friday's train] day. Under. U, ioli Men and munitions are needed- munitions of every kind. Not alone shells and guns and trappings, but frpco (hctr winter's stay In Iowa, and 'nllow tho old torni of JHICO, LIJD Luunvmuin rcporled against nielhods of protcctlntfthejown froi resolution as It read, and tho'.jirc. of lUeni, being ".the IpElalli were murli i Lo gel home. tue'.lcr wfts-laid Aside. lUc lion of large -cisterns, at Olfterenl _ A report of'lho business men'a com- 'joints, arid' thcr'flre' committee was jr.rtco In regard lo 'the matler of ac- co.TniDdatfon -for returned propareil lo semi lo "the riropor nylhorjlles, WRa read and aakcri to; get an-approximate cost ol these. Trie question of lai vn.cli has been Tqr somo jllnif, .was .again Introduced. .The ,dls- Jlally dis- DDlcd- will receive a minimum of 27' slipcncfi If gum IB InsufricJcnL lo euablo the dlor tg live approxlmaioly up to his ho will bo given an aKernalive pciislou based oil hla carninga previous to the war. No single penalon, however, shall iiu In excess ot 76 shillings weekly. TUG allowance for.children Is five sblll- rf afters the foro part 'of tho week. .Ings for'tlie fJfsl child and a sura A Mr. McLeod haa been sent hero lo run the EtaUpn. II is hoped a new building will be erected lliU sum- Ibe couiidllors discussed other) The dance at Travers on Tuesday was postponed Tor a on account of the cold anO stormy weather, Mr. and Mrs. (jalliRcr were Granum Mr. Tlray, the hardware man, has'slightly moved hi a family here from G.ulclien. .'child. TLiey arc Hying baclt of the Blore.; Mrs. Jay was oipccted librae last evening from her winter's] less for each subsequent There" mailer clearedIcusslon which' followed ehowed some! In Minnesota. ur to a question by J divergence or ainoiig Ihol oroln is-stlll nn tlje move in Tra- Couiulllo'r Fouriiler. it wqg explained :c'oiincllloTa.-'U waa-felt; howover.'lhuL' vcrs. Elevators aro qulto busy, ,One lhal ;iccEEBary'io'. taTte-anj-'.'noLhlriK cbald-be-puthcd by withhold-.! carload or oats was shlppeil to Lo- furfhcr proceedings -lirrcgiird (o'land 'ing: sale! and Jt was Ihereforc' mowi tbJs week for aecd, as nolLlng piit-onilhe- tai; entorceinenL .retuni, I decided to-hbld-.U-oii- Friday, March; interior prows around Travera. nnd all.l'auda so fiipd will become auction'.sale lp_ be held at properly rf tho town on Slav 6 next, the council It out .that the j towit can, by taking iorlatn Inexijen- Hive a subdivision thrown'back lo farm lands arid die pose of.-earne It are iiot paid. Any, lots In'KOod BtaJidlJag-coiild be traded so as Tiio a'chcwMward se'nt'ln their eBlt- jDales for the year arc'asking for the fame amount .as laet year, JCOOO. BOHEMIANS- WILL FORM OWN' LEGION Feb. ,lliousttnii members -.of, the Sokbl Union of Am- erica, -in orHanJzalio'n ol Dohemlan gyrr'nasts, agon .-'to '.report to district officers [or medical, exam; "jhfltlon andicollecllou ot data, with" a view "to orgfintzlng a Sokol legion. ithlch ts !.to be ready for service aa goon as the president asks- for volun tcera. 'v The Are Coming YOU CAN DO BETTER- DRYGDODS, MENbWEAR. BOOTS fc SHOES NORTH LETHBR1QGE. CARS TO THE OOOR .The Sweet Valley school under- going a thorough" cleaning- since Thursday. .Mr. Fangerwicfc IB doing the Miss iia'mrn' the few days1 'vacation with her ir'o there neaf 'p.' C., Feb. United'Sbiics "consuls are belne' dc- lalned in Germany while Ilio Hcrlin Every mail from the forces at the front brings urgent requests for more and more of this sustaining, refreshing sweet- meat. It relieves thirst and fatigue. It is a delicious antiseptic and often avoids the necessity of drinking impure water. Helps appetite and digestion. rSend a few bars, a packet or a box with every parcel'to the Front. (From 'Our Own Correspondent) Feb.- .Udlea1 Aid of I he Presbyt'erian cnurch in el Wed- nesday Hat at (Dr-) Lynn's, when a large number-ol the .mcmberB we're present to resume the Red Cross flaw- ing. At.the president, Mrs. Stevenson'brought up Home necessary business., It was decided'to hold a so- cial :ani concert YFViday eTenlrig, March 31i'ia Pickup', 'to bare charge of the program.' -An invitation for a Bpeclarallernoon ot' aewlEu Tvas received and accepted ftoni Mrs. Sum- merlon for Wednesday, March 7. Mrs. StovlneoD was 'appointed1 delegate -tc the' Presbyterlal at, Lelhurldge, Feb. 27, and airangenienlB (or the .Immediate'Janitor., work: at tin A moil enjoyable "slag party" was given Tuesday evening last at tho An- glican .-Mtaalon House, Key, Mr.' Mac- Mr., being Iho bostBv WEia enjoyed i by niost pieata until .eleven o'clock n-Vfin "D 'rnfif-lr I rfa! -rc-'an Trillh'nTI hv Rnmo LUQ inu gBBDiine iroic up in me noro, L jo BO they walked the rest of lha way through no home. Several are being" hauled concarri-or the United .Stales, delain- around tbla week' owing -to being; Consul Mueller Cuba, 'rozen'up he was Atlau- While in last week it waa B lo eoon learned they are to have a- large lotel and .an electric; line' from Tra- vera to Lomond. They are also plan nine on putting in an electric .light COURT STAR, A-O.F; j Are Holding an INV I TAT I O N DANCE v Thursday March' 1st- IN f.HE K. P. HALL A street car Yvlll bo nt the hall .alter tho dance. Admission: GenLrmen Extra Lady 25c w'h'cii trial was put'oh by somB of Ihe Bentlemen.' Thla VJSLS a''side aplittlng" cftfle.' LJuda JJancestor (Mr.1 Banner, properly'coBtumed) ;i Ing Mr. John Maclnlyre H. M Intosh) (or1 -prbmiso. The plant. this -there' are to be several new, dwellings this summer'. We are certainly glad to' see our sis- ter" towns grow. Navy Urgently Asking Recruits The Briikh navy IE urgently fti need of recruits. This IB the critical year of the whole war and 1m- pcralire that, tho Drilish blockade should lie maintained at full etrengUi effort should bo protect merchant ships against rafd- Berlin. Fob. Chancellor von Hollweg's speech lo the Reichstag tn which ho dlflcusscd tho rclatloDE'Lbetn'eeD Ger- c- MUST The Flavor Lasts! WM: WRIGLEY JR. CO., Ltd. Wrigley Dldg.. Toronto Sealed Tight Kept Right rcany and (he United Stales In Detail, Feb. ?1a Parig. Tne overnracnt hns requisitioned wheat tence he says' 'the Brought forth expressions of A GERMAN SUB and at tho'-.concluslon of uresent. x I _ __________' flour In 'Madrid and neighbarlag towns to the amount 'nf torii. prosecution was conducted Ly H. W. Slevlnjbh; his chlcr wilnesa being Mr. (Mr. 'C- W. wno al- leged IhaL he kepi the boarding house at wblch -Miss'' Lancaster lived, find Ilia overheard .tho proposal. Letters' 'read' from dlUercnt pereona les- tifyfn'g that tha accused had {old them lot big engagement. to .Mlsa Lancaster, (''Hie tlearest girl In Ibo also a cfrtirlcalo .Bl by i local J. P. submarines. Two hundred men are required for (he Pacific coast and 300 Eeas from Alberta, ngcs IS lo 42. navy is considered the' empire's AHV Joining (cr- Eame day they enrol II they wish. Full] i particulars for either sen-Ice Van'bo obtained from .tVci iorla Mansions, Honorary Secretary Lethbrldge District H.N.O.V.R. 'CAWTHORPE TO RUN 27. C.- H. Ciw-_ Three csrs-af-the beat worV horses .and mares that have been for sa'e In Leth bridge this season. Also 8 good Do rial forget the Eull Sale on this. barn. v Bohnell Lucky {testifying lo the satiily of the accused 'on the day .or tlio proposal. A (ctler also, Ihe defendant tn tlie yJaln'tin.Ybreaking oft. llie en- tho plaintiff applied smcUIng to her dainty no'sc and foil falnlfiig .The lawyer j (or Ihe defence': (Serseanl Searlc) [then looTtfun' the cadglels (or his client 'and that he was testified. lp" this by 'tho In the council untU .three o'clock In the mornlns'v. he had also been known to lake a lialh dead ,of TV inter, etc. After'flli ithe. evidence'.was In tho Jury was appointed; but d1 number were tlirown out for, various reasons; Mr. Mncponftld'for. haTlhg'lhree wirea In Canlatoii; Meisra. 3IacMlciiaeland i Hardy because ;they were' ''Anglican clergyman" nrd had no-Judgment; Sir. Enicno, for bclbnslnc'to. the Hank ol j fori not hiv- [ing n certificate of sanity, and l Covers for being; diru'nV and dipordcr- 1 Ij- on .the Churth of Englfttid groun'la. ;-The Jydso, Mr. B.-N. Barker, summed 1 Ilia case In judicial style, and the verdJcl WAS' broushl t In gulHy.'" lie was sentenced to hand over his Fonl'cnr to Ilio plainllfr acd the Jolly evening wa? COMMISSIONS I.ondon, Feb. following Canadians .arc'recelTink com missions with (he W. T. I'arkcr, Pie. T, "jy. Murphy. thorpe, who was rcc-ently unEcatei by, Ihe legislature.- today declared that he would .contest Bi'Egar seat as'on Independent1 Liberal. Washington.-D. It has been orilcIally.eElablisli- cd'lbaL the.United Slates sail- ingschooner. Lyman JI: Law, was not sunk by an Auatro- Hungarian submarine.- It Is now assuniciL.thrit.the submar- Iric" must- have been German or VoesEbly Turkish.-. dor PcnficW. at Vienua, cables the .report Loday in response ID enquiries Lansing. The Law was'sunk, according to official dispatch- ea, bv homb after Us crew had been uuder shell (ire. A 0- Bulldogs Are Coming! AlITO Baggage Transfer Carefully, and Quickly Handled. Can pianos or furniture, up to 2500 Ibs. COAL C. p. D.' J Phone H20. Tlctcher Son f'_', Office at Alexandra Hotel PRAYING Of All Kinds AVestcrnTransfer Co, Limited P- R. F.relaht Stitds PHONES 1IS3 Stables.......... 1064 Tli- Bulldogs Are Ccrnlngl The Bulldofll Are Comlnsl STORAGE FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY. COAL AND McLean Transfer 1 Offfcc: BalmonT Block Phoiw Rccldencc: 524 Seventh fit. 6. DRAYING OF ALL KINDS 'COALC.6. D. 1345 -Offtee at 410 13th St. ATTACH TO' ANY On Saturflay oiir dciiionstrator pulled over 300 Imshals grain in Three are now closing agenty cQntr.ic.ts. If you want a.good thing wrilc ni1 phimc at puc'c. i3Hi.St.S.aiwl2iHlAve.S. LETIIBIJIDGE: Exclusive Agents for. Bontliciii Albcrth ;