Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
vTHUnSDAY.VJANUARY 'I.' t017 Tin', your, iklx follici JBUI( lo cocltct wltU every .Ikfm ffaembtr Out tbirt'it iplendld LIFEBUOY g HEALTH Llfibu'oy for iti litndij (be clolhei, end 'lit rfcb, iilety. iallicplfc, oJor quickly EiIlcT uic. I January U, 1917, EdUoi- HowJd; Elatpmetiti! aljo.it tUo AHhcinft mine properly, ll hcems tfint MicV-fmfeHc.-wants to lose Uic oftcr of this yrppurly. As lo tho Sir! Henry Diilzicl Now Owner Represent Opinion' of Premier IJoyd George' I.onJou, .Jan. BonultOli, lieen rauged In'liinoi1 nswspsnel'-clr- clci hero tyr Hsnvy Dalilel'i 31; ot the 1'all Oazelle. In year? Ililft Journal has been cd Sir Henry Dalzlcl Is wlilelr kncwi A plan 1 think would be to buy the wlinlc binkB o[ coal ar.rase Che river tor future supply ae jha clly'a prop- In aliuul done up arid worked out. The moat feasible Han here Inilay by HIP. United RUBBER GOODS ARE BOOSTED N'cw York, Jan. Irame-JJale 14 rent advance In thu price o( rubier footwear or all kinds wz6 the ownflra of thn properties on Ilin liver Ijanlcu to combine and offer (he city the iirlvllcgo of LHc triple area, far as I kuo.T. the Ciate mine peo- have been- offered "and re- el It and other concern Is it to hjiriiji of east- ern opfcTstorB ivfio'wlsu tliB river pro- for cnlnvncc' to Ihclr holdings. The city should IcoX alive und get hold of all (he Available coal I hey can -lay hands on.' Mayor Hardle may Le criticized from all quarters, but concerning -mining mailers he Is faultless, arid Lftlhbrldge Should not in lea thla opportunity to acquire these valuable hoMlnes.; If they fall to, It means a powot on the larcl and use llie oil IIOWCT 'house as A dumping Ground for machinery. 'Jan. "A. C. director of national ..Vcrylcp farlAlbtrta, ac a result to him.that the foreign. ipcaklng peopte of the proylnce.had far nol yet been glvtn deflntC: Informat'on- In -re- gard to national service cardsj is afra-iglng a icrlei of meetlnga ,throughout.fhe, province for the I of -these eettlere, parlicU- .jarly Ruthcnlant, the populailon which m the Edmonton district V numbefi about IJ PLAN MEMORIAL REUNION were an- worjii of valuable Yours' truly, RODERT SCOTT. Hubbfir TJio company has alsp fidvauppi] :lro pvlcca, ofTecllvc at once. Fiver Ag- ing ID per cent for casings and 10 per cent for lubep. PEHU PAYS OFF DEBTS Lima, Peru, Jan. financial comllllrm of Uic Peruvian govern- ment, wlilcli was made difficult by iho Eurojiean %var, liae Lcen linproVcd by meaeurcs In Mic cahcella- llnn oC tleLls amounllng to about ?V- fiQO.OOO. NO FUHTHEH SALE uF TREASURY DILLS Jan. -f the uuspenalorv of Ilio Isauo or bonds Jn prujurtl- for Lhe new war loan, the authorities an- nounce dial tliorn will lie IKI further or treasury by Hip Dunk of England. iieky In vlik- mars Tried to Impose ifljii on Mother Now Ruler Jan. received con- dlllons In Abyichifa llie dnpostnl emperor, LWJI bad IJCCM caji-l and Ills followers were belnpj tlie GemiRTt iino 'J'urklsli coci THE RED FEATHER PHOTOPLAY SPECIAL .'Romance of Billy Goat MVRTLE GPNZALEZ in her Utesl triumph. Also Wcekfjf News t-f the and Plenty of Good Comtdy. 'LAST TIMES TONIGHT JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS Kat-li Pearl n 'i'ojir MISS SIMM SING EDMUND DREESE Sur ot "The Master Hand" WnlIs or Jmciiu1 Full of Thrilling Incidents romance of yitln by until staih a'i I Vul J-'ivd ThoniHB Jei'feraoji. .MlKKJ peal's to lier liust udvan- 1 aflet a great wHli lover ni lam' liLiu afitr hU name f.ton j crinin lliat he rJtd iiol Tomorrow, Hie Wiieblnl I'I-A- IK LI Possible Fill! from "Fnle and Death" pursued anil UoiicJ tl ae evoiUe led io llifc upheaval lust fall. IB Hie eeconrl son of (lie Bftcond daiiKbter of old Kmncror JIfn- llllr, Boon after ascending Ibe throne ie jolnfiil H'Jtli JijB father Jn an ai- to make btale -religion of the anclcni Chris- tan country. Ho .was overthrown by a revolutinu JAPAN TO ARM HER VESSELS. Washington, Jan. thrbu the embassy lierCj notified Ui6-.MBte arlrhcTil today of the lntcnMoii' arm her merchant ships defenfllvel and reriucsloti In forma lion as tq whe- tlier any special rulea hart heen made tlio govern men i for imEaage ol sdtps so armed Ihrough tbe Vauama conal. PAYS FOR PICTURE N'ew Jan. McCor Llic afnger, ariilerl by men, anil Ills mother 4 9 4 REGINA LABOR MEN ASK BOpDEN JO QUIT collccllon i wo IlEiDbrfliid'B, and a. _ f i Whistler. U woa annoiinced Vjdaf. For the "L'urtrait of HembrKndL a hy the nrlht.Jlio slnBcr paid MUST SIGN THE CARDS Montreal, Jail. filling Llic national service cards ia llgalory. Apart fiom Ihla we liain made a very stfong to all Racs to comply piomplly u-jtli the UEBl of (Lie governmfnt, and liapc le enlerlalnert that llie steps taken fee rcaEonably effective." So atate'3 Mr. Peterson, secretary or Llie national service comnilEslon, In a let ter to (he Montreal board of trade In reply lo an inquiry addressed to Sir Robert Hordcn asking tho lion.' EAST LAMBTON MEMBER BOOMED FOR VACANCY Jan. liven SDR Cit- izen in western Ontario ootii has bo CD In favor of Jopr-pii N- J1. fo1' n, as ooslmaster-general llic liite Una. T. ClMFu ('as- grain. When lu Mr. Arrti- slronp iln; critic of llm postal Noiv Dooming for DJH flic liu.nf: SPHI in iiiJLiiljLTd to Ouawu." "'JJic ,S- iiitcl t from llic Sky" Drobleiu lo eotii ican colleen I In1 '1'lie LUinouJ lt> a sclontlt'it nf the who riginal chapter ory, ''The Diamond from the SHOWING TO-NIGHT AT MlBU Facnle Ward, ulio tin; catling hi the grprtt feature 'Knch I'ear( a 3t SiarlanJ lonlghl, GIVES UP HIS CHURCH 1 Jan. S.-HCV. W. .l.-lllno- Mr ar. and --i-vjiral f-wnanjr of irmlorcU ljwii I'arilflmniit ami o? Of Ccnlra] I'linrches aniouu At the Theatres iTRignalion ..atlGLKil rliurcli at the animal mooting iiald (onlglil. Vi'lilcU ivas accc. ttasvon the fact, tliai bis viork ,os i of tile battnlion now I h'o mucli of time, autl al- so iliat IIR svan niitlertakhig: acldllioii- ,il tn Ihc fouii of rccnJHiiis. The committee nia-iuains a slaff visitors, who feKular calls llrt rliu'-r synumHiPilc-ally into the itijr Iliat nounced'today for a national memoriul reunion nnd-'peace Jiibtlg'e v October 36-13, 1017.1 Heglna..Sa.sk-, Jan. mass of tlic labor-un- lonifits of 'tonight In '.Trade's a strongly worded resolution .was -paabuj c-xprcaship oppoeltlon to the plan of national registration, and calling upon .the Rnrdcn goyeriiment to Copies of llic resolution are lo be" sent Sir Ilolierl' PorditnI'and ft.'-B. SOLDIERS ARRIVE AT ST. JOHN Hi. John' ,N'. mllllavy party of'251 men, rnailc uy of officers, X.C.O.'s aad "iirivatea, wounded 'anrf iuvallded or on leave of aVsenco, Br; rived here Kngland. The civilian passenger llsl on 'ihc-veasel brought thcjn was small.i.Tlio liner also carried of orer- PAPER INDUSTRY TO BE ESTABLISHED IN MANITOBA ttawa, .Jan. has i made for a charier., to incorpor- ate a company .of..eastern wosl- iiuriiose, of de- Vcloplne power In Ihe province of Manitoba and for" the estenslvo man- ufacture of pulp. und pa piir, locnUdii of the plant will lio In a section of .Manitoba, Iribnlnry to Winnipeg. Tlie AT THE OHPHEUM hi (lie, "Sequel lo the IJiainoncl from the Sky" showing at Ihe to- nislil is filmed the burning of two I'nllmai] cars; The American Film Conipanv, lun., paid for llie Pullman, cur.-; tlmL are'burned up after the sensa- tional wreck scene in "Tlic Sequel to Thu Diamond'Era in Uic Hby.'1 A new 1'ulluian' car costs and JL'represents about din laat In ear construction, aside from a of llie on" v: he el a con slrucled for private- mrtiers in tlih cnunit-y anil fnr royalty abrpAd, hut caused the Kale of two high class I'lilliuau coaches for motion pic- ture uses, was tho Icct tliiit ilicy wooden cars. o ,-C- 0 -fr' Bcaa, mall und eiplit bags of parcels, capital stock ot the new-concern ASSISTS INNOCENT ALIENS AT THE EMPRESS Uomauce of Hilly a Ilerl Kearlier feu Lure in' five Quaker Committee in England Aids Destitute Enemies There London. iCoresuondente of The Ass-ociracd far as hDOvn licve, Kngland fs unty ouc of Llic cnjinti'lns aL supyorts a oli.'trUablr commMUfi for llic help of in ilioir nildM. Yet sluch is tlic "Kmci'Bcncy Ctmnniilee for tlie This socJcly was formeil Ly inein- lic-r.i oT Lliii Uulisiovis Koclcty >if Prlonds lu Aid "iimoceni alien ci uiii's In Croat llrltaln rendered des- titute by lliu its fftnort for Iho last fiscal year sliowp Hint nearly was conlrllmlc-ii ami r Urn Caiilnrrmry. Uic of llic CHurcli 300.0M ACRES OF Texas boasts of acrfts phut cd to iicanuls. And ihn.1 is a prclt> d fiiarL. Hut the Stato ot llsli Iiidfii, wlili n territory of arc uud R of'.4.1; 1SS.OSC-, had idanltd In iieftnuts in about atrea, anil tbo total ylolil is estimated at [ier candy. poutuls.) ll Ihal tlic East Indian sot riiiclt prices for Ills croj) its llie Texas iLiimcv is A larse part- ot liis rroji went ID Kiaocc, aiitl In KnUiCO have linen very hlElii Ti'hicLi accounts 'm for Muj low Post. MembcrshEp Is not ronllneil< for UNI: Ardil.'lsliop. of. of Uiistaml.' and the "U nf l-ich- reels, produced by Lynn Reynolds, field und" Lincoln, ns" well :IB Yis- be 5ccn at the Cmprcss lonlglit. couot Drycc, Haldnne, formerly WATERMELON DAY DERBY Tlic one-mile ilcrUy. nil watermelon day al the Arhaimfl Valley fcvSr, lloehy Voril, Col., waa tills year v.-on bv :i wbninn fockov (01- llic first limn on rec-onl. JauuJta Kiiear roJe Orinnudo borne aliciid. the mile covered In Rood linn.1 on Iho- Snnta Fc racing, circuit ti-.ick.s. A cup of INFANT POSTUM with sugar and cream fe a rmost delicipus; beverage. Tiry it! -r particularly if you are one of those with whom A 9f I tea or coffee disagree A dozen years ago drinkers were comparatively few. Today, this table drink is served on railway trains, on ocean steamers, at leading hotels and restaurants, and _ millions usie POSUM instead of tea or coffee at home. POSTUM Has become popular because it is popular to be "There's a Reason"