Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
TITO .-LETIiniUIXiE DAILY NO FURTHER SALE OF TREASURY BILLS l-ojiiloii. Jan, Following (he ampenalon of tlio IBBUO of bonds In prepara- liiw war Slri'Hcnrv-Dalzitl Now Represent Opinion of Premier Moyd (Jeorgc i B., Clu, .January 3, 1911, IlMIlor JIcMld; llardLB'a ribout tlio Ablicrnfl inlnf properly, U UiaL ihc; fnibllc. tp.Sosc (he offer of, Itits prpBOrly, As to LATE6T WAR NEWS AND A GOOD COMEDY Tried to Impose Mghununedan ece of Vrrtnler Uoj'J Ocorgp, larac on Slate His Mother Now Iluler JRII- Dispalckes nold'j ror several years. received Wednesday, describing con glum coal corporation ta yeara ngor ivlio failed -lo work llie properly. V plan 1 tWnlf would be to buy DID whole banks of con I across Lho river hi Abyssinia Bald the iiarl liecti cap- HUBBER GOODS ARE BOOSTED ore J and Ms followers New York, Jan. -An ImmeJIete and cruclicd. Jleporls nicti- the German anj Turklbli con- 14 cent aJvence tn the price of !or future supply BB Ihc clly'n prop rubber foatwesr of all klmis crty Iti aliuul dune Up and worked out. suls as having pluyad a part In The mosl feasible plan' would be for evciitc led to Hit upheaval (s Hie second son of ilic Eccond dauxlilei" of Kmporor Men- Slates Rubber comjiany. the of Ihs properties on the company liaf. also ccH, effective at orcc, river imnks to combine anJ offer the city tha privilege of the area, Soon after aKceridlng tlie throne rig lo cent casl.ogs and JO lie i'Jolnftf with bJfi father In ai Lo make MohrtmmcilanlEm rellfilon of Hie anclciil PERU PAYS OFF DEBTS Lima, I'c-ru, -lan. Tlio Ho WHS overthrown bv a revolution condition of ihc Peruvian goy-erh leading part in (lie (jreat fc.nlitre led by church men, arul bis inollirr of delt3 'amounting to atoUt MUST SIGN THE CARDS I'AGK THE "ED FEATHER PHOTOPLAY SPECIAL -'Romance B% Goat Hill MYRTLE GONZALEZ 'm her latest triumph. Also Weekly News of the World and Plenty of Gogd Comedy. 'LAST TIMES TONIGHT JESSE L. LA6KY PRESENTS in 5 ACIS, Mac-h Pcai'l a Tear" M1S6 SIMM WILL SING EDMUND BRRESE Slar of The Master Hand" "I'hr or Jri'jdiii' Full of Tlirillli'.g Incidents Be Safe. Tkitk ot (cra-ItdM l Arid MOM Lato ooatict with every rememficr ft i plead id tniitcplle LIFEBUOY HEALTH SOAP UH Lifebuoy for hiodi, tbt hilh, til clolhti, lud Ihe Hcb, llthtrBMil ufflf. The mild, odor vioiilics quickly ultcr me. nils a stirring roraanco of Kon- urky lii irlilt'Ji Gvazalvt mith as Yul 3'nMl, >Vcd CJiurch and Thomas Jefferson, Miss to her best as n gli] afifr a great lover at I IF I marries lilin afu-r hU Jtaiuu liae hcou A. C. PUtherford, director of national IP ieryles. at a rrsiill of lo him that (he ipeakfng of the province, had so far not yet been giver. Information In re- gard to naljonal service cardi, la arranging a lerlei of meetings province far the benefit-of-thete settlers, parMcG- Hutheniani, the -'population pi which In the'Edmonton district j pumbefB about As far as I linovf the Grace mtne have ucenpiigrei ami re fused U and ihc. other concent U ali o ill to jiaeg'Into Ihe of east- ern operators wjio'vrhli Ihe river pro- perly for entraiicp rlo Ihcfr holdings. TliH city should look alive'and gel hold c[ all Ihc" available coal they csn -lay .Mayor Hardle may criticized From a1' quarters, but concerning 'mlnfnk- matters lie te faultless, and not mlsa this opportunity to acquire lliese VFkiuabln If tbcy tall to, IL cleared of a crjinis lhat he did tomniH. Tomorrow, the IMuoblnt fi-a- turf JAPAN TO ARM HER VESSELS Washington, Jan. means a nen- .power cmbawy Here, noitned the tirel arid-Mfli- uso UaparlmciU loday of. the Inienlloji l_ i----- defensively i tUc olj itower ;houifi as s fircntuil for worlh of valuable machinery. j Vou'rs' rVjlQUEHT SCOTT. PLAN MEMORIAL REUNION Chicago, Jan. w'ero an- v REGINA LABOR MEN and requeslcd Information as iq tnec any special rules hnri Iho government, for slilys armed Hi rough the Pa u am a canal. PAYS FOR PICTURE New .Ian. Meteor the singer, lias added to-bin EAST LAMBTON'MEMDER BOOMED FOR VACANCY Ian. Atoning CLL- i7.cn says: "Cp in -.i-esfern Ontario a IIQONL has lauiichr-d In favor of Armstrong, Jl. I1, Tor Kust ng late Hon. T. Cas- TW1 A. Tt Kraln. Iti cMioJflllon Mr. Arm- 1 1 A 1 vi as the riillc of (ho iioslatt mem. No-is- tclefrauiri booming H him for ihu post ute being st-nt in! brgr> luiiiiliers lu Ottawa." Is LI I' foni IVoni (he Sky.' >Scc "Fafeand DciiUi" "Tlin S> fiuel to Tlie Diamond fiom Hie Sky" JR a sclontlflc Ijroljlem to sonit1 of thp Amer- ica ft wbo liavo. the original chapler story. "TJio Itldmcnut from Ihe Sky." iORPHEUM Jiin. lillmg in the national servtcu carcJe is ob- ligatory. Apart from Ihla we have made a very strong appeal -ID all! glasses to comply prouiplly v.JUi Ilic rctjueel of the government, and hope IB .enlerlalnetl that the steps lakcn te i-caEoimbly So stales Mr. Pelei'son, secretary of I lie national Eervlee In a let- ter-to the Montreal board of trade, hi. reply to an inquiry addressed lo Sir Hotter! Bordcn nskiug the cuifis- At the Theatres GIVES UP HIS CHURCH J.'lllnd- of Spokane, leinlercil of CctiUfal rliilrcti nl iho nimual meeting hold louigbl, which '.va.s He as his rtus.cn fact ihai ,hia work ,as chtplatn of the iiattallmi cijnin'il niuL'li of his Hiuc, und al- o Uial ILR was. undertaking addition al ROik In tlin form of ASK BORDEN TO QUIT art collection Ivro Iteinbrandts. and a It was announced today. For Jteglnn. Sa'sjt-i Jan. n v mass meetin .lonJglB In of the latior- un- heM 'tonight "strongly Svoriled resbLullpn was pa.bBed oppoBltlon to the 111 AH of national -regUt ration, arid calling upon ,thD Hordcn government to Ccpics Tjounccd'j.oday (nr o nflllbnal jn'efuorml reunion Jubilee YickBburK, October 1613. 1317-1 c- v of ili'e lusoliitlou are be'scnt lloliert R..B. the "I'orlraR of. Uemhrnntlt's by the the singer jiaEd o v post.' PAPER INDUSTRY TO BE ESTABLISHED IN MANITOBA OUoAva, .Jan. has tcon inada for a .cnarter-jo incorpor- ate a. company.oC.ueastern atiil ivcst- erb. .financiers for the. purpose, 01 ilc- Vcloplng iiower in Ihe province of .Hanilota and exlcnslvc maii- u fact u re of jnilp. aiifl newsjjriat per. Ipcatfoti of plant will IJQ In n section Manitoba, Iribnlnry to -Winnipeg. Tlie Bcaa.niall and Itags of. parcels. cenil.al slock oMhe ncw-conccin i SOLOIEH8 ARRIVE AT ST; JOHN St. John military partj- of 2ol lutn, nmile ui> of olticers, N'.C.O.'s and piivalea, wounded "ahrt iavalidod or on leave of QDseucc, ar: rived lierc tonight, from civilian passenger list on. the-ve brought Ihdtn was small'. .-Tlie Iner alao carried 2.000 bags ot AT THE OHPHEUM In (he. to the IJjamonil frora Ihp Sky" showing ul the ulglii Uicro is fllnieil the burning or two I'nllman cars: The" American Film Company, Inc., paid. for the Pullman .curs that jirc'liurned up after the spnya- wreck .scene In "The Keriuel (o Thu Tllamond 'Irom ilic A new Pullman 'car costs and jl represtnts auoul tin? lns[ word In car cona'Jiiclloii, aside from a few oi HIP. royiil on' wheels con- Btructed for private owners in this cauiUiy for royalty nhrond, hut what causttd.Utc iiiilc of class IMiLliuan coaches for motion pie- turn ueet, was tho fact (li-jt [liey were wooden cars. AT THE EMPRESS rtomancc at Hilly Goal a Red Feather 'feature inrlure' In' five ASSISTS INNOCENT ALIENS MLiiislrr friv and ineun ftm- rfldianiRjn and rnhiisicrs of, I'rolesianl clmi'ches -AIC among1 JlJOrtCla. lifl conmiiltro itiaiiuakiJj a rejula-J staff of visitors, pay regular calH ACRES OF PEANUTS Trxna of acres plaufy cil lo iiconuis. Aud Ihnt is 'a flooU Elart. Uut the State of Madras, Quaker CDn'.mitlct in Eriqland Hi-Itlili India, with a territory ol Enemies Thert Lojidon. (CoiTdiioUilcnte of The far as known u, I'lasland is Ihc only one of Hie couiui'i'JS fit. war which supports a irilalilR coinuiiHee for the help of Qiioinles in their mldsl. Yel Such is "Kutcrgeiicy Con.'inlltec for Hie unt] of ttcrnians, In Augtilaus, Tins society was fornieil Ity mem- bers of ihc Helleloiis Society of Friend j lo ahJ "iunoceni allon onc- inlcs lu Ilrllain rondnrcrl des- lilutc hy tbc and Us report "for the lant fiscal year shows thai nearly contributed ami ilislmrE- cil. Memberslilp is not confined lo (lie ra, for the, 'Arohldshop. of Cnuterljury, Uic hciul of ilia L'hurcli of and (lie IlJshous of Lich- a 'j, had uhnleJ iu iieanutj iri noon I acres, Diid; iUip total yield, is PS I limited at IOTIF, wliit'll sold for to (COfl It wijl. hti seca iliat iJic HTast Indian %ol prlcts -Tor his croji iis iue Texas fanner is securing. A large part of. hln crop went to France, and (it I-'rancc linvc liroii very liljjli, In a int'iiRinc. Tor [h'> low Post WATERMELON DAY DERBY; The OOP -mile" "flijrUy, on waterineton the Arkansas. Valley fair, Hocky V'ord, Col., wart Ihlti yeai' won by n woman iockey fov tlic first Lluie on record. Jauuila Kiltar roilfi Ni tirmnndo tho mile Iielng covered in good reels, procUiccrt by Lynn Hoynolds, field and Mnoohi, as' well -AS Vis- tlmo on tlio. SanUTo racing ciiciiic will lie seen at Ihe tonight, count Brycc, Lord tlaldant, formerly 'tracts. I _ A richH hot cup of INSTANT POSTUM with sugar and cream is. a most Try; it! I--particularly if you are one of those with whom U Jfc i If i tea or disagrees; A dozen years ago drinkers were comparatively few. Today, this table drink is served on railway trains, oil ocean steamers, at leading hotels and restaurants, and millions use POSTUM instead of tea or coffee at home. has become popular because it is popular to be "There's a Reason"