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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Ms dlspalch to Hie Times Hits morn- 1ns, utterly tiwl au'olulely ,hb preposterous Irlhuleil to us tilts war until we Imvo compasse total annihilation o( tlio central pow- ers. Blbcrta WEEKLY OF CANADA 'i Subscription delivertd, per delivered, per by pall, per yf-. 'Weekly, by null, per year .HOO moll, per year to U.S., 5 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial OBce Buchanan John 1253 1324 Bucanan o Manaslne niifdor nusluess Manaisw t____.CONSCRIPTION GEHMANV. To those ivlib are murmuring about Iho National Service registration In Canida, wo Avould remind thai Ger- many lias established later conscrlp lion. Tlio new law makes every male German from H to lias been summoned lo the army liable l Lrlbuted of recelnlj from his iiucrlcnh tour to Urltlah fellef. Tlios. Tumor', yard foreman Toadmistcr of (lie fi. T. II. for years, Is deij tit Niagara Falls. Miles Yoke's 'wai'.ejected chilruiiii of llio of Kducatlojvv. C. AY. a nmsler'oi 'Cau'ads College, To- ronlo, died'iit'-ii'iisadens, California. Heiletratlon of' Indusliy' nbly bq Ilia iicVl elfoil "f onnl Service nud -Your King !nd Country need right now'. .THE PROGRESS 'OF THE WAR that flifl Hiisslaus are prcinr- 1ns a. Ills drive on the lllsn end of the 'eastern (rout, if true-, will be welcome jic'ws. The yesterday In- dicated llial Ibo nusslaus were ready the project with large reserves of ;jiicn anil ammunition... No doubt the "'.Teutons are waiting such a movement will do all In their power to check It, but It II develops properly, there la lip doubt that It'wlll do much to lessen 'the the .Rumanian truol, ;i' where the Uuss-lturuanian armies are "lii need of time to mate new dlsposi SCI t agriculture-, In Ibe service of tto sick in million- or'sanliallons. or any foru ol labor which' Is direclly or Indirectly liuporlant for lie conduct of Ibe war or Ihg supplying of tho nallon. The federal council is the body whlcli Is to uiaVe regulations for enforcing Iho ail. The law Is drafted ns widely ns posslbla. .The' eovermnenl, operating Ihroiigh small lorMl committees on which there 13 an official raalorlly, WUI decido' whether .any particular oninjpriso suffirienlly use- ful in Ibis lima of lo bo kept go- or whether any Individual's cm Samuel llMnl, a Toroulo bs col lector, passed nway nllcr long .III Lieut. W. Full, llcy t II. Katl, of Victoria, lost his on avlallpn Iriul grounds In England neelon defeated by n liuse umjorlt a bylaw to raise debentures lo cry a new school. Ilcv. D. rteddlck, a well know minister of the Uarlist church, form erly stailoned at Marthim, .Usbrldg ami 1'orl Hope, died In Toronto.- M. V. Beach, n former warden o jilbymeiil Is sinTident useful for hlui o 'bo suiere'd to continue In It. A business It pronounces against must close; a'n'indlvlilual whose occu- pation Is condemned must find purl otic Hilary, employment within fo'ii'rilght or be allotted such work as and where the committee thinks m. lions pi Ihoi.rTipops ngalnsl Macken i news Ibe BriUsii. neai successfully carried out n day light raid over 2000 yards of "front penetrating to tho third Qerman Is tho most interesting bit at i 'from Ibat theatre of.war since Dunds died v.iposls njcra you haye to the United.. Counties of Sloruionl nnd lioquols, Ont. General B, U, liases, at one tlnio Uo.-ernor of North Carolina, nnd R ftutherford B. Hayes, Is dead, nged 65. Au agricultural college on .wheels betas titled up by the officials of Tlio JIM atrlbllc'-Kund 'ujotf .Iras' over edged.- Hamilton .Morrow, was eleclcoVclmlr. _jan of the Mcdlijlno Hal-..Public Hoard, K 51. lll'ncV'hsB been resident ut llic Calgary lloiml Trade. JHchael Kelly, author of inc. ular song "We'll Never Let Ihe Old King died nt St. H. Herbert S Wood has been appoint crcwu prosecutor In the' yrl.nilnal court, al Vancouver. Mrs. G. H. It. Cockburn, relict of former member of Iho Honso'of Com- inon's and mother of Lady of Montreal, died at Toronto. (or a vhlle II IK the Union Bink of CuwU, vltrj Ihr mpiiw in hand, buv'at Cish prlcijs? The discounts help to, jvell, yolir bink batinct, and you will fuvo nudo a loVirdi [lauclal LETHBRJDSE BRANCH GRASSV LAKE BRANCH urove a great heir, hi running n (s'el.liiirT .through -will. "ffalrs .town-Hint Is It iiall.slt llio jraln UIO1 QIIRlrb Ul ,IUW Ibey inanoEd the affairs of Iho iovin llio-samn ss they monasa tlielr own. There Is uo doubt but what business can'be In a very efficient H'Eiiner wllli llilb.Council and Hint tMiigti will run along sinootllly anil v'ell If wo jor.llio rlBht way to work 'The follpwlnf committees will act, or the year 1917: Finance W. Me Don- nld It. II. H. nnd 0.-An lire'vs'. J. A. Virtue, G- i'- '1- flAIN or a s ALL cjiciiuos (w.liili. lisucd 'u'y bridge brancb: IN direct tou'clr.xyltli j NONE'.- belter .' Elvo you serylce..., James Richardsoi and IJrantford High Cost of Living Com niltleo repeated its request to the Pearson. Waler and Mght- r II. II. Young Waler aim 'J. W. McDonald, W. 0. Auifrews. 1'jilice There is ai appeal from a local com- is betas fitlod up by the offlclc .ulhorUy. but Calory cars imleine of an appeal does noi _...._.. the lodging of an appeal postpone lhe oollgalloii lo work. The government will lake far L possible, of age. family circum- place of residence, aud previous occupation; nul. as .the Zetlung says, "the powers lo lhe stale are absolut anyone-to lake up any work, last, French push at .Verdun. Ii_ the proves that thc-German lines in: General Carllon Jones, t'll. McKay uuiig; J. W.'ilcUon'ald, Poarsoii J, A. Virtue, 11. D. McSay lleallh Ilellef-J- A. Virtue, Pearson. W. G. An- drews. Councillor W. 0. Anurows was w- p.oVnted acting mayor for the quarter medical coriis. as ol ILc) y by ibat part are very loosely held, it is depriTiig 'It .of labor." Governor Willis, retiring Governor otficerci nnd over-inspected, and thai [h3 pcaplo and of Ohio ore Inspected to death. Jllntster of Ltvbor lo inTostlfnle-111 prices "of" 5ni turgC'_ Ibo admission' of 'oleb-raargarlnc dur ing the war. Lydia .Mathers failed lo lircss cliarso'against her lius- b-ind u West Tllbiiry lowushil' furnl- c-i, ttst-adtfcart set fire to their homo nfler a quarrel.' l.ucv Ai-nnld .Whtlrldge, daughter IliHllfI disposing of uroperty Slid well imo ,tbe will filed., prob- ablv'lhls ji'ecV-.i lustrucled for the po Call 1U1 6f liealth officer lor Hie yea ably ilhls wee Police rules in New York rcgaril- .ng finiicr prints have been amended, and "cxcepfloriai noft'..! of crapshcbtcrs, Sunday, baseball, play auenuon from Ihcir one and Greece ,s cloudy as Calory1 a're monumental blunders: ever. Annther ultimatum, the., con- tents of which are not made public, Tiie secretary Informed the' Council llial iho back taxes wero 'coming in splendidly, not only.back taxes but iaxes, nnd from results re- ceived so far regarding the collection of these taxes it naa provlu'g nloro limn satisfactory. pAkbwki ifler Now'Ycnr'a'ilt will thprten llio route nnd make It better fur co'ii- ccrncd.-- 'Tlioj (own sliorl or water hiit'inpncy lins been 'subscribed fpr the-uufiibao 'or drilling a woll.' Mr HirfioVof Manyb'crrleB, lias been en- paged [o drill fpr'waler. Ills machine s oii: tlie'Eronnd ready lo sooii-aa Iho'.wealhbr inoilernles. Sir'.' :I.eslla llcnnett ..loniilliK iliijlr'Clirls'tmns In dear old .Michigan. Everybody Weeks :wus :nbt'jt cliurch'lost Sun one.said lie could not catcli his The fact was'be had' 'new automoulle nnd It wouldn't Etu'rt.1 .Jackson, who I11.'11 teaclitiig Ih'e Pleasnni Honic acboul, plieril'ChrislniaG at home. closed her lerm'of on Friday, appropriate closlug "9X- and homo to spend of Kclcb.- term of school at Men iu Uec. 22nd. and lie.lo iwsitlo'ri; the'closing eiecclses In (ho. evcnlnt'. ir A'Very profllaulc llmo Edylji JoluEOii, wlio has bcev. walling on table for sor.ietiine In tho Pioneer h'oiel. 'left to eet .ready .for Cbrls'lnias.'1 She lias since been we'd: dcd Ib'Mri Oc'prio Hough. Wo wish them'1 yiuclrtoy.'-.' i The iimeral of Mr. Stepben Weeks was' held rrom. the. Pioneer hotel- 01 Cbrlstrans (lay, death occurrci on Den'. 33td. :'ife ivns 11 months1 rind 2L days .old. 1 If board of trade baa [iny. influence' over the coal inar- 201 'Sherlock 777 VI, J. Lloyd, Mjr. Clark, Phint STpGtpOfLER; Cornmiaiioh l--.- 1 p-jr tntlre orpmliitlon li tl your wrvlqe >cd our can itlfly to set you th.6 iriy Umfc my jroda or klni) of irmU.- I92i'Calsarr) j. Rea. 1811 our Agenti who an In fui ._ Minmjtf 1ms been by the allied powers. ig Conslariii.he being given 15 hours; Tomorrow should lell lhe There, do not annear to .be many lllcbael Clarks in lhe Ollawa opposi- lio'ii-'' 'There !are" more thin a few .Ib' answer. talc (SETTING THE LAND. CULTIVATION T P 0 Connor. 5I.P., in one of hla recent cable lellers, indicates" Ibat eiproprlalion of all not culliTited lo the ol FranS PackcL there are.: Frank Oliver has lost in ,thq EO have John and Hobt. Cruise we'steVn Liberal members. That's real patriotic-, service........ aid ministe judge, and it is understood be assigned lo ,lhe'beiidi of his iative counlr. of Oblario. ,.IF- i" The -Marquis of Queensbury Is-in Montreal, registered under ills faniil production 15 a.possibility.In E .after, ihe war- Alberta has .a wild lard tas what an uproir ib'e'r'e-would lie from the land .speculators If an itlercp. was made to force producUon sequira the land as is proposed In Dntaln Fv'eu our wild. land tai cau ed prolesLs ot'tbe strongest'ltind, Sam.' Clark, M.P.P., and Krank Field. KG.', iwere before fhe Cobours police magistrate last week, charged to shovel the snow sn his mining, interests. and vel why should land that Is not put under cultivation not be heavily ta-ccd' Thai Is what land is for; negec fhelr.'sidewalks. These dlstin- injslied citizens should move to some progressive town like" Orlllia, where the; corpbraUon snow-plough Is" em- ployed, ari'd members of parliament and icing's counsel may sleep In peace and'ie'curlly'-ull high noon, if so minded. So.says the Orillla Packet. Lelh- agriculture, in an iiuuiesa ai Jame's .'ah1 appeal of National however, lhat ..m............. conscription it it were'found Hhst this name Percy Sbolio Uouglas-Accbm- was only way. to preserve tho by'H- Stanley Waugh, he is country's llbcrlics.-i. A vrllprft he ha3 'j V" Without Perry Dunmire, farmer, .-near- Rev 'Dr. Clark, seventy-five year Is a very successiui-.' -aB'rlculturisI bid a-retired Methodist clergyman, o He lost both arms in a railway, acci St' Ottawa that dent-.ten .years ago. ;pmnilre- lia be will BO to the trenrjies or over- learned to driven f ive-bprfle-, teal seas or in any other capaglty- lo a gang as-nnyone, drive a. cultivator, drly an aulomoblle. flrefthe' fu'rnace, ope any door.of- lhe dress hlrase (with the evcentloi of Ills collar write. He cannot, harness the horses not for Ibe speculator -hold' until he obtains'.i big-advance in price. Onr view is that if the owner of land does nc-t cullivale it, he should be compelled to give it np and allow It To pass into the possession of some 'one who Will utilize it for the purpose 'it.waa intended. The ;wind does' our seas or in suj. Is. now inspecting shell a inunl- Ion factory.' Word has been "received at Oilara Ir'ohi I.oidon that in future British troops In England will begin" to have regular rations of Canadian froien fish. If siilflcicrit quanlliies can .be OFFICE PHONE. 1313.' V MANAGER'S PHONE CO. HEAD-OFFICE, Wffli or phone'iro'ur If yoii'hive jrilh We can price the' mii-kei will itihd and give you courteous. icrvlce and prbnipl N.1 T. MACLEOD', MAN AGEH v' LETHBRmOE OFFICE SHE.-.LOCK BUILDING or'milk Ihe cows, but keeps a hlreil man, and as very clever fish bay be served weekly.; feel. n3 .L.j things with his shoulders, leeth AN AMERICAN VIEW THE ALL1E5'' RE P LY -This Is the way the New York Times lools npon the allies1 reply to the -Teutonic peace note: The" allies, would be mad to lay dqwn their arms at slKht of anolhe "scrap of paper. Can Germany agrn to evacuate belgium! She once agree never to enter Belgium. The allie Vill believe her word when they se her back. Therefore, the allies will not lay aside'their weapons and enter a peace conference with her until she lias lint the country which never was ;it' war with her, the country she.sud: denly "assaulted In n time of peace be- tween hsr'and it. .It.Is.lo end. most certainly. llial ihey have devoted a Ihlrd ol 'Ihelr reply lo a clear explanation of the case of Belgium. It is meant lo i eiplaln the most essential nsrt of the L situation to lhe German people. For. this reply is not .addressed to ail the allies' demands now, -tfce New York Times thinks ermeny can presen-e her- existence lit it she continues, at war certain- estruction' faces her. The German cople are. evidently .beginning to hinh liiewise. Germany says she is for_-her existence, and Ih Times, comsUnliuB on that conten- tion, N for existence. On (From The News) l the annual nieellng "Hhe'lB ngniiDB lui eiiaiem-c. u.i i un bimua) liitt what ait o'l Twhom does that depend? L, llle parishoners of Christ church.lH J. -to Not on hemlf. Sbe is overmatched, Macleod, was held at .Ihe cnureli'iitter sncsts sat Amo. of a very quiet nature, onlya few in- timate friends and relatives -being In I attendance. After Ibe "ceremony a rc- ceplloi was held'ai the home of Mr. J. Pearson :to wlllch a istart ___Country Gtentlenian helps iiarmeirs succeed. It comes every full of exiperience, advice arid mformatioii from the biggest and wisest farpiers in Amejrica. It keeps up newest practical De- velopments in branch of Here are some bf the regular departments; m The best couple were' the win DC uiriiicu- -......-.i unauciai reporl for yeara was-pre-.number of cosll] deferred five years or ten, it Is IneTlt-Uenled by the warden, Mr. T. A. Pow- left last night-for "i_i_ In Ihftl t Hour t'cr'taJnly she will be eihausted, she usual evening sen will be beaten- -Whether the end be J .The newly able, [f'ihe resolves Id light lo mo mu church at tho present lime! Deer where last man, in bctlcr rlnanclal standing than: honeymoon. rninlfeslls she will no oe- ,3 in bcUcr rlnanclal standing man i Honeymoon. i Her ciislence, then, depends lt has bcell for some with heir future home some where In Iho ipon the powers arrayed against her- H she will accept the terms they offer, her existence, her fulure. a new g- ness and prosperity may be- ass year, Mice 1016 rvnrythlns lo her." offcr' should be psid right off and thi :rca'- church mndc free from debt. The fol lowing officers were elected-for th Don't say "Breakfast say year: Parson's warden. peaplc'E warden, T-A. Messrs, Uaw- Murrlson, Hntchtna, Pearson. Harlborl, ,dcn, Grlfllth, Spark, Grier, Sergt- Armer and Corp. Shaver- H. Evans ol the Hoyal Hs while you no Ing Corps and formerly of Ihe 23n Slirrdried Albeila Rangers, la mcnlioned iri aiireaaea Haig.s situation to lhe German people, for ufc mean Shredded Albeila Hangers, 13 rncniionuu this reply is not aMrcHCd to the mean aiireuucu Dot] iaiest. dispatches a doub c ni Kaiser, it la addressed to his dialed! Whtjit, you may get one for and galjant service. Carl M. b 'iiiblecls N'over was there a Ftatel -.c 'norridecs Lieut. Evans Is'wcll known In and J wended to simnle. so-Jlterlyl 9.' .musny pornagcs u e ncforeeolriEio the! Calgary Uniled Slates. On Monday last at tho home of Jlr. nnd Mrs. S. Glllesple, of Macleod, Pte..and Mrs. Fi.lhcr celebrated Iheir sliver wedding. Lieut. J. H. Camobcll, W. M. Campbell, ,K. .O., who is attached to :the Horse-, successfully passed the'. IhlM tecnth bombing examnation held In England, with dlstlnguUhed. honors. -At Christ church, Macleod, Chrlsl-l maa lhe licv. Gray performed] a double nuulial ccrcmonr ,whcn Mr. Kdwards of nassajo paper rteyoll ;plu5age .mu.hy ofdMomatlc. language ami sur- that-are a poor substitute Uroll hc a ranch aboul twelve Macleod was marn-d ,lo e ar.d lerms of lhe trade, sol for the crisp, delicious shreds miles Eoulh of Macleod, and'was also lyn SUe Lang, also of ar. o obvlouFly Intended for the comprehen; h-v that 'slon and conviction of Ihe common! Ol DaKea wngi- wnedt uidL n and conviction of Ihe common n. The, allies have made great use, supply all the nutriment lor iged by lhe g llc range nopular among is fralernUy. In are right In asserllng that.acrmanra was a shara. Intended narlly lo public opinion" wilhln her borders, Ihey have jnet It bril- linntly by giving the material 'formation of a counter" opinion there. It Is for the Information of tbe Gcr- man people that Ibey rclale so clearly fhey made to avoid Iho war the way lhe German rulers foiled and lhe real nature of the at- tick on Belgium- The Ireth may not "make It's" way at i-nce, but when it be- do so It .will be aided power- fully by LHe German ncsd for peace. this note has become common t'nowledgc among thprn they will nl 'fcisl inow tbal, as Hall Calnc says In Two mi or cream Mll waa up< make a nourishing meal I lhe heal players In Alberta. V met- o fciu r-fntq Thc death has been reporter! of at a cost of a tew cents. plc_ nf Macieo.i. brother of Mr. T. district- Pie. Drpvnlcc with the first 'contingent In the 50th Wl-inipeg Klfles. On Wednesday 41 SI- Mission, Misa Mable Pearson, daugh ler of Mr. H. J. Pearson of Hazelmere Uias married to .Mr. H. nhlncs of Call fornla, Hcv. 3. Sllddlcton of St lre.ul'3 Mission olficlaling. The bride was given away by her father allcnrln! Ptarso.i tlslcr of Ihe brltte. Tlie wcdSIng was After Ihe marriatc ccTemon.Ica Icnch' was served 'at Ih'e Mrs; Wesley Shields, He was "captain ofjnewly wedded young women. the Macieoa icam for tt number ofl Mr.-and Sirs. Edwards upon ineirj .years, and was looked upon as of return from a.honeyraoonJrlMn Uje last will reside In Ilasaano. Mr. _. llcljerlson' will reside on Mr.I loberlaon'a south after a wedding trip lo The first mcellnB nf the new 1517 Coimcil was bcld at lhe Town Hall1 on Tileaday evening last.' When'Mayor. Grlcr calhd the-'meellr.g to order lhe following Co-cncillora were" J. W. 0. Andr Pearson, H. 11. Young Kay. aid H. Made in Canada- j j. I The mayor in welcoming'1 the new] Council'qalil: some new faces I Ihink U is Live Items about u stock; Power on the Farm; pages devoted to the The Market wife, her home and her mercial Fruit Qfpwjng; children. v, Good Methods in the Get acquainted. Write'or The Poultry Calendar. me fQr a NP addition, there are yalufltjle understand. articles -TheCountry Ge'ntlemari 'is riot for men alohe. It's for only Justvsee for the whole f arm for FOREMAST, ALTA, CAN. Authorized repreMtttative of The Ladies' Home Jourtwl. The Saturdajf Evening i'TheCouAtryGenllemtn s on. lhe council, find iafo-'lb1 ''lliat Ihoy IJ-'.V ;