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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 'PAGE FOUR THE LETIiiWirXiE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, JANUARY' 12, 1917 I3etatt> e- Hlperta Daily, por, year Tally, by mall, per year VVijekly, 6y mall, per year Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S.. J2.00 TELEPHONES Blip'nesa Olflco............ Edjt.orlal fy. A! Buchanan John Torrame Managing Director' Business Manager 1ZS5 1224 piles o( esplrj o[ subscriptions ap- ppar dr'ly on address libel. Aicepl- fiee of p.ipcr? eflcr expiration datei IB aulborily lo contlnua the aubscrlp- lr tlon. four King and Country you "_. right nowl yesterday formally de reply to President Wll PROGRESS .OF. THE WAR Greek- situation has onfe more Jiaen entirely by Ihe com jilcto submission or ths government to tiiq' demands ot Iho allies. The bttr render of mountain guns and othe riilerlai fo lie allied forces began yraleiday. VTho allies llvered their rpn's peace note, 'and It la underslooi tb'Jt Uio reply, whlcn was deliverei Croih all the allies. as one documenl sets forth tbe terms upo witch tin entente consent' t liaise peace. The terms are- stmlla -j t nose, which have been outline from time to time. Restitution reparation are the principal feature demands. i Success far' tbe. British over th .Turks in Sinai, and for the Russian "oVcr the ,C3erman5 in HIga'dlstric .Tras announced yesterday, -A a'tt.acfc on .the French" lines on 111 was repulsed. 'ijtiie ririifsb. warolrip Cornwallls ha lieon sunk In tbe Mediterranean by 'German- submarine. SHOULD BE HEAVILY TAXED Whe> registration of pow ..'Eh'puld b'e. accompanied by. perhap by. a-registration, of theji tioh's wealth. 'Wealth Is as n'ecesaai ,11'jB-niifaIr thi '-Iftlhere' is.i to of II -.-jljouslit lo De 'preceded by a c( wealth, and tin .reglsli .lion 61 iiien should be accompany of the' ,'nation B As "the" present feglstrali; will-feveal, may be regarded as shirkers, of wealth vfill reve who have" been gaining "eice "sire profits through, the urgency their country's need. words', were" uttered by ..iymrilpEE clergyman, and express' t opinion of'the "Canadi I r Canadian .wealth'lB nof'-he I'. like its proper stiafo "war; in war is maki men of wealth in nearly all 1n- gotten. Evidently bridge clUteri under ilch. could .bo formed ou Iho lines tL? federal reierye'.banlts'-ot 'the illjd. to'tha eiten.1 (hal.'thQ 'of Iho agricullurol bank ould at nret consist of tlio; other nlcs of (Ins country, y .trend bf national erit In all countries today Is s closer rentrollullon ?t nlrol. it la as triio of Germany and r man power bill aa of Britain and r of 'shell It- will bo Bhtyping.- Government action would no doubt requlrea lo accomplish same. This ali-would ensure tho bank receiving e tho, eiporleucc'ol 'men .vlng lha "'necessary, JcnowlodEO of cal conditions" th'roiignout llie coun- i A strong representation of ajrl- Ituril Inlcrcsls would also be necei- ,ry In order that men of practical as agriculturists would lare'wlth.'bankers the responsibility admlnlstrAtlon. U might be ar- .cged lhat at a later data n more- it incral control could, be' assured, but :e presence-of bnnkors n'outd seem be necespary at first to Insure Ihe ot such affairs Lethbrldce and management. their shite. The present banks would be Inval- ablo' nj stockholders.for-this very ..-.Vasl-experience proves Ihtl rdlna'ry. shareholders quail- ed to administer a bank's 'affaire; H ____j speclnllsls. Tbe bank must, forgetting that om Its. Inception, possess a power- ul organization and resources that an billy be assured by using all avail- Die facllitlea in this respect. In view I (he of banking, a mall' bank 'would be of no practical alue.'l Sitcb'a bank as the one out- ried would be of Incalculable benefit o Ihe.. fatmerB. It eiuld jr) addition be used lo the Ivanlaift 'of the country' as a whole, properly centralized In its control, tr the development ot our eiporl rade. Some aucli" powerful instru- ment Is needed In Canadian hands to STse't tremendous efforts that are elng by American Interests to stablish themselves throughout the Germane will undoubtedly e found fo be very strong again loo. 'heir long'.iyOTklng hours and Im- rbvcd methods present a formidable bstacle for ns to overcome. Each .at'jon must 'carve put Us own destiny, hour "of ours approaches. .Of coufae.'.Sfr.Herbert baa an abld- pg faith In our banldng'system; only natural. He 'favors'centraliiatlon. To our rnind tne're Is far loo much cen- now of Canada's wealth. t Is under the control.of too few men. local manager aystem'has serious aulls: The" managers are moved too geuler and' about, and consequently the lank cannot keep In close touch with, ocal Interests and local needa. Too many young men, unacquainted with {o contrlbuie agricultiirq', are in charge of the bran- Trnerft "the npst attenUon and asslat- Thesejyoting managen htad oSce.; orders, and head understand tie ca'n" Eyatem of local operated by local capital, Is really the best for He proper development of arj agricultural cominunlty.- .The men behind the bank are .interealed in. the development of tia-.coffimnhily and1 they know the people''of the district, -their require- raents_ aid their ability to meet their obllsattons The whole purpose of .such n bink is lo render service to the communlly In which It operates.-. Canada's banking system 6aa -.been lauded to Ihe skies hut' H has never.been of very great service 16 "the fanner. It Is ime (bat111 now las power lo" loan on a farmer's stock. Various "Conterrallie'- patera1 ire already lauding Hon.' Pob HogefV for tllDt. the' latrik'e which Isn't yet settled. Bob. will aooa an International repultlloe..-, settled i slrlkolu V- Jla tht'alllea are aa In for 0> vlfoTQUB cutlon of the war ,tol.th6, bitter "the price' of Hctory heavy, but peace would he Jusl what one 'might- e'ipecl from the determined' little' Welahman. Tbe-proTlnclal government Is tak- ing an unique, atep in naVInc a pre- vooatjonal Burvey of IhduBtrJai, commercial and profn'sloaal In the. province. 11 way to tackle the educational'problem, but d'only If the people ot Iho province land, thai: Ing Ibe survey a' Let "Alberta Ip the Cal- gary of "the provlpci, iqd'.fory, of forgetting that now hare a vote. But ]iat watt until'Its cam palgn warms up ladtea will be peslcred deitij. wil not ta forgolttn Ja-lt likely they will be for fofpser Lelh prclMt, itlrred UP MAN W, A: Sbcltus was elected i Sherbrooko liy. gcclamallon. avo: of LutheV n. Uru dley, for NIRIIV yoari cartoonist for tho Chicago Dally died elatlves In Bdraoolon recolved word lhat. William Johuetont, for years a printer on The Journal, aad who left Edmonton with thf uat- tallon, bad beta killed In acllon. Lowar grade cleria In the Poraln- lon postal service are askLog for a war bonus from Ibe poslofflce depart- ment which will help'them comliat Ihe hlsh coat of-IIvlUE- Hugh McCulloch, one .Oil prGEhcTit realdenls, In his 6lat year.. He was llie Ciolrllo McCullocb Co, Ltd.; and vice-president-of the Gait'Malleable Fiva aro dead and at least two were Injured In lire In a block of.buaineBB eslabllahmeats and flats In Notre ptreet, Monlrcnl. H. Talmtr, of Oak River, en route to the Pacific coast with ivlfe, dropped dead In a Moofib Jaw hotel. The body Is being tent back to Oak River. It announced that C. W, Prazco, (or a number of years of Ibe Hoxal Bank In llellfas, Is to be trans- [erred to'Vancouver, where he will taka tbe more1 Important poeltlou of avpcrflaor of brandies In British Cc-l- iimhl. Iron Co., Ud., and of Ihe" Metal Rev. A. B. Russ, who- yc-ars was pastor ot the Central odiat church til he was dead, afler a'-long In his 87th Archie lil.: Johnson, -kelson, .13 Elated for (he 'poa'llloii of deputy attorney-Rencral succession to; John. 'v wSjp up a nice diih of (rouble Consul Hopp at 'Frisco, by knew about: pinna to irrjpV C, P. B.'bridges up this way.1 Tjit'Inner.wprklngs of the German cpaBuiatea'.Ia IBB United States from the present would make IntefeatfUK read- ing, (he the Huns have in thejr propaganda Id ihe ind 'olherwlse Among tlie mapy prsjicfs of gov cmmcnt finapct' being dis- cussed In Inter- pat has bec-n'Uktn In the of a banker 'og alto- capital 50 lhat every' '''lipji'purse'VijjOuld be compelled to to funda, ii compelled to contrlbiila fo '-force. The author of thij'pjan i'oi quoted "Tailng (Jte United Kinidom. at a tax ot was retired last year orv, a following' a, serlout operaclop, wlijch Incapacitated him for fu'riber. --E'er the dominion liquidate] Tfuit Cpmpkny will hate to put'up security for tbe privilege ol to the Privy Council ugnlnst tbf rwfnt Jurtfe-rnenl of the 11. C court of appeal In the Arnold Insur cases. George Herbert IPperml of Coluintla, reslgne: pDB.tlan (9 ntlend to bis yrlvute iff a Irs and; up to the no bas Uceu u a Died to fill tho KllLhentr N'ewe-Kecord editor 'There Is no fairness In vice. An otdclal report issue'd bv; ,th'e department. ture "eatlnuteB'.'thy. wheat', yield for tuihelE, and the >usheU per- The jeat. WO. If. the.- Ui one- hair per. cent, caiise little or lap ifbaiiUrr dlBturb- ance. as would baUnce.the Ui-pBijTnecla. Jutt as tonner'bpfroipiTiii h'aire In flatloii' arid ai.'cpiijfijaeny.yiiie .in -the prices, of laia- tion haire'the wonld entorce econptny. bring about Jn' restrict importa, and ,To meet this tajaWn'of V-fp.til would he province yi If Toronto" London papers at present Tlicre li none In one part of our OWD Tlje ricwfipapoTs of Toronto and I.on dpfL do nol Eiwak Tor the people o thp puni.iilcm." .Baron Uevonport, Dn'ttsh food CQQ has fixed, the following price wbfcti home grovteri may charge'fo '17 crops Wtteal, fiO shtHlne poucdfi; bats, 38 eh filings pec, 336 pounrts and potatoes credited with' Chancellor James R. Day of Syra rs. iMcEatie, H. R. '.'tlancea Thrpuehout tbe .rconntry men :pf. means are shirting responsibilities. They are avold- to patriotic pur- 'when -they do. give, It is as as possible. Here In Alberla have scores of instances where .men -are practically., doing 1 .for their country time the othen hand they "ere-'-liTririgab as much new they oanlng th'e'y want higher fates'. of In- If they arc manufaclurlng Eooda they demand hlEher prices, and EO on alt along' Ihe lice! These men ,_ Enbuld bp lo pay and par heav- taxation. "War taxation so far heavily on' the middle and classes'; wealth .Is .nol uay- "fing1 saything like Its proportion.. In vTolnutary 'in cbnlrlbutlpns lo' .jpalriotic caus'es, the greatest of-war conditions as '4 can. If they 'are lo: or borrow from WOMEN Of- LOTTEHY .______-HU3tonr ;the____r_____ girl .irho killea "J- kiipop, irlth Jrhife recently.-; a qiia'rrel over a, bottle oimji "giiilty of itropC bj" -io Stfe hae "Dr. James otito's prominent. ed away'-In hia' been In failing health for the p years. :Dr; 'Cotton f f tlie sacrifice, Tfey venture -lo-r's'a'y. is itli Jhornc.y by. the people w: icomesr-'' ilh' small In- -T FARMERS: A NO OUR SYSTEM and that! Is. helpful, tut a farmer consideration In other reapecls. cheap morjey--as cheap as He wants money at seasons; and more par- ticularly. Jrf the'p moving Some "farmers secure' tnls-'accommoda lion, readily-'but slhe bulk do not, or hare ziot-In'the past. A local manager feels responsible for the loan, and he do'es not recommend it, unlesa H is almost- gilt edged and he has an intimate knowledge of the customer's 'standing, Xo znallor -how "tnanager inay be to assist he cannoC under the existing system, be expected, to inform himself on the all the.farmera.vrho come to-him- seeding .and especially la that where managers ..arc ropved atont. and so not given the opportunity Acquire a' completa Vriowledee .ot the consllluency In which .tbey.o'perate.' The IronWe with tbe banltcrs' of the.Henry Holt type that they tell the farmer what he should do, but thty do nol always lielp him to-do It.'They advocated ralieii farming, but unUl Ttry lalel'y It waa rather difficult for a farmer to gel much assistance in Ujal direction from a bank on.his own' security. Since.real. tslalc. (ell. flat, Ihe, big bankers -haye. been condemning specu- -t' Regioa, Chaa. Hickey and :iiljjij'. Motvor were found ifon'ducUpK a lot- tery In the cpurt.todpy, with a strong "recommendation" mercy. ar.d were aentehce. Wlli tho iDded the fund e women lo stfl'llqii'els (or a lottery at and to. raffle an automoLlle. they" proposed to purchase wben- they' hjtt' real wd suf- ficlent funds frbin.the 'sfli !pt tick afj. lifetime Mr.' Archbold had give the unlvenlly nearly fo'.COO.OOO, H aa president of ihe of tru of for mi flfon work In America durln thi next five years wai .urged by D Join R. Mottp a member of the Me Joint ronnnlisfon an ry of International i com of the Young Men's Chtfatla tlon, .In an address at fonlfn mliEloni conference i :n Cltj-, N.-J. GoldslelD, qhe or the.plde m ambers o[ tbe'JcwIsh'comuiunlly afced -He bpjrn'lii In 1834. At an ear he came to the cfty of Quebc he 're'inoTed to Montrea wiere he engaged in the manufactu and clsarettes. He retire 'rom bualnefls 20 ye'si-s-asG, vcAed his io Ore., municipal go eromenl turned oyer .to .worn boy, the, London severnl years. Hel'.dame .Ke' a tayiTiK-fn" Winnipeg. a J Uenrards .coming Ao )Spioiiio Vaa first In -lie mining drcdge' river. Ihe'-S beanS; .is brpugHt out liy boiling Cowan's Cocoa from three vt AUKED Tho lurncJ ilaimirljjr) .Didn't Know His pr'oapfltUve'. Cystoiner Jloiy'au' American sales- )a'i] trtei) to sell n wooden leg to tUo u'a'an :.of: under tho Itnin'osalon M{ slip: was Cross Jiurte n'asi I a breezy drummer (or 'l maker of Washing-' n.'p, CJ.'.'had'lccri' doing best toi again lo tho- llmndcrtiiy stmiif 'Hie chorus of voices, "dliiri't .you kna'w- llml of llalff Grqiri Broker's aq hosiiitiil com- the itallai. sov- "M lie ivas oil Itio vprff: 7 Ijje genllemen up ns bad, 'roi'pecU 'Iri camejn most chatmlug1 and Charllu, taking ie'arl, Blurted all over agn.u Tor her Vl .''li'e ,p of gcUlug used .JSijii'Swain. "Sec, I can spin like n Swulii the'- actyon to Lho >vord. Tor was Ills own left I nurse InleiiEely miwyunil every Inch of hi! HDB' of talk.. v Over the rnysterl-. OUB'L ]a'iid' of tho he gave her, much un- !f jnfonjiation- ani'uhc'l his licnion- the black-eyel nurse tliank- a'lif .dlaanpe'ared. Tjefrible Pains "''.and Back. (JQust'Y linndled .pn-.'CoimyissIon. RETURNS. eanio as 1 ALL clipriucs (of issued O'Jr'" J.fclh- nrldge1 IN1 Olroc( (ouch pemi ;imye.y HirJiigli our TW b'e t cqutppcil aivc ypa Janics and Had terrible pains in mv bWncya -io. DpulY so ibst I hr.d to antasd tlio'patn I had trictl a wcll-hnovvo it didn't.'dclp hie.' jl I Tould fry U7eai. .1 'look :onfl'.box' (j( tn'e r.rld -my ji iitjw frpe from I'can care of my ramiljr. ,1 J. caiiTjpfr Bivy ehougli for this irxdE- f- Sjncerely, Wir. KELLEB. recorder; llrs. Merrlc Stella, Pauluh'iMrsJ Mru. Anna ;.ileana Chauncey codncll- Several ,v-tJie votnen are wj'yee', of. r.Ily and Ih'elT election last ptcember.Vaa the reiiult'of a-lagt-hbuT c'oup.'v ia adnptbd complainlu end arming from'.disorders cf.tlie fuid bl.yidcr. auch as backache, dropsy, con- ot pUddjr, i nrinc. niid (ropblep.: Tbe physicians ft.nO Picrce'K fjrcai Jrflim- "if lit Bapilp Yi, baye thoroughly and have beta 'one accord EuccKjtiil in oradical- and in most. diseased kidney'. once nsed Of, Pif jcc'e Held, have te- for more. Such n dtroand hu been created tlml Dr.Piorca in thedrujj FRANCE BIG STOCKS IN ALCOHOL Jan.. alco- nundfed neatqlotrica 42 gallonal'liave bceh'TequlslttonGd i flifqughbut by "Uis govern- Kercc'i'doldcn Medical Discovery and .nl'erativc Hut if) organs of I lie bodj. -i i. co. Write or' ptionc at cxpcns- handle. if you hive handle. We ciari you''th9 price the p give you prompt .and service .and N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER i ison ith'e, po.iircal parties. He prefers handled by business i rthererore Tie propose's'-'an ,_lt la; likctf Sir jiot Tiave had'hia'1n Vv it not .that wcstera _.., to proTideJHenry Ho.t nndouhledly has the beat r for the farmers. Intentions, Lul we caDnot go into .ihej'fbVinces haa'aroused raplurea byer hlg'advocacy of ctntra of m v sera -what influenced the .boom. was raging ,they money to (he specujajjprs acquired corner sllca at the'hlEhesl prices 1eTer paid in Wcslern at any rale. Sir I ,-1- pit 'l4ai{ one.; great Canadian "Jo offset Jh'c proposal Chough the f. aficr. iJis.'fja'r Sir .itenenl ot the faming community, and llzatlon. U may bo all very well for Ihe sbarcr.oldsrs, but IL Is not so goot for the cuslomerE. The curlers would like very much lo be gwd friends with Jacfc Frost for the next ten dars." The Empire Club, Toronto, goes on record In favor of thrift. That's al TlghV nut will, tho members practice wbjl they preach? great army them fp and tlic I'cply lirnes: out of ten mil be thfittjiqy convinced Uie tslniiin in tea and coffee harmful to health. jiiiaginc it is hard to give up pofl'e'e and tea. Bnt it isn't witli deli'clitfu] aroma nnd (lavor of pOKtjtm This flayoi1. tliat of a high-grade Coffee, but. there, is 110 cqft'cp onlj'.thc nourisliiiig gqodiicss of wheat skill- witli'A small per cent, of Avlibies'pme molasses. i tj 'comes in two forms: I'osliim xvhicii "has to solulilc instantly. some the other. 5Iadc Hglil, fliey arc alike