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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta t'-'- ll W.EEKUV 'subscription Ratei: r--V' "'V Iftis pally, WCCK...... dbltvcrdd.-rier year Celly, by mall, per Weekly, oy mall, per year .......JJ-6 by to U.b..S-v TELEPHONES Business QIDce OSica A- Buchanan Uanaslr.E Director prltonale inlereel being .allowed on io'larser aulpunls. During Iho car S2325 will bo paid al any lime or Iho J21.EO vdtu Wttoiinie allowance's for the I enomlnallons. The 525 paU "I ma- urlly is an 'Inducement lo leave Iho unds >n Iho Dominion treasury, irovlilon- for repayment al cny 3 nn assurance to all who do not want lo make their savings inaccessible. Southern Alburln did nobly In mailer.ol production last year. Farm- ers who wore lucky civouEh to psrUcl- in Iho "y .Ms prca-ucllou, would do well lo consider o! some of these certifi- cates BS an aid to 1252-a B00a investment In any event. John cur authority tion. Vour King and Country Met THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The Immediate object of tho Salo nlki expedition of tbe allies Is (o straddle the Berlin-Balkan rallway'and this object must be Vlained nt nl! costs as soon as possible, points out V H'ltish' correspondent. Gen. Bar- rail's army noiv.'al Salonikl Is to be reinforced to this end, ond the Mace- donian campaign carried on wlln In- vigor. The severing of this railway -would accomplish the. cutting off of Germany' from her vast resour- ces'of supplies and men from th Turkish.empire, and would bo.a long Vete'p lowords: .checking German es "panslpn lu the east. TuV'fumpr is'revived that King is to be deposed, and it that nil Italian noble- --_- Duke Aosla. is lo be given organuauon. the with; the full support o( Ihe' Greek rebel leader Venlzelos. Very little activity' Is reported from war ..-v Etch maturing sw Tho Liberals of Northwest Toronto o chose James G. Cane lo opposo lloii. W. U. McPlionon. i Jlov. FBUICT Joaclllm 'Albert AlUrd, A .lolm-CrnwfQMi faroier, six years of riled used jeveiily-nmo. htsh cost -ot living I? causing illdren 'In Increasing nunibQrs _. lo oive Ito s yer hearV (alluro whllo leaving church at 0. Turgeon (lo'lh -Alietta Is npolnled rasoous. the '.'33rd provisionally, wlUi.lne raqk WlilsViy, beer, wluc, hard ompulaory education' departmenl re UlUUUiauij forteu to John U 'Slioou, s'lpcrluteiid Ut'pf "schools. thousand Billons, und wo BOOIII flOOO werb poured down; >_ sower In lac basement of tho nolle Sydney, aged nlnclcen, In nlpeg. was MVcd al bombing lira- In Keut. A flying fragment lilt ML rtcut. when U tho trenches 'anil fractured cl3 fku11' I. F .-a Martin, Hamilton, has boo Turkish cigarettes .bave, R. cenls lo fl per thousand wholesale ru.iu.iEt" i. I'urftiianl lo Iho.'ilrecflons -pi- Ih lulles about February Dr' F-1-PHCkmrd, h'nilnlsler of Iho rteglslriir i' ylrlucj- "Bpulherii- MelhodlBt church Rt -hi o[ Registrar and by virtue .o[ the Pov London, paying' In'sunin Cody, Toronlo, address residence fejenilstlng was necea- parceratiS. per, cent. .an- -'acciay- lB subjcct i0 a sealed "TeBeryed n'um Iho Dal num nay..., able liOO.OO hair yearly 'and Iho Dal LET THE BOARD OF TRADE LEAD IN ORGANIZATION The suggestion made by Mayor Har die' that the Donrd of Trade should supply the leaven for aa awakening of Interest In good roads Alberta which merits lion ol every member.of Inat uo-dy.n The Herald 1ms had occasion herclo- [ore (o to Ihe matter-of an mobile club reprCEenla- lona the'government.would listen to. U to any'efforts to'sidetrack Leth- bridsapn the Trans Canada Highway, (hey would be useless In nny event. Lethbridze is'on the recognized route. ALLIES' STAR THE ASCENDANCY iLioyd George said She other day V that, to; carry on'ths war -caW.'be a saved 'to. the. Patriotic fund. Facilitation of financial iransac- llons in aid of trnd'o' and commerce between tbe United VStates and Scan- Lt-B the Manchesters, formerly of Edmonton, wounds, aged 22 years, was the ypi cst son o'C J- R. Buckley, lormeriy.col- leclor of customs al Ryby Grtrnsby.-i -Shaltuck', until recently'' cash lerjnflhe offices ol ths International IjCLLlLri and the roads-east and west entitle Trust company- "f the'city lo ihat.'posltlon. whose notice of the Board of Trade -will make no mis- take in boosting tie the _ other fact also, that this city Is on the o[ Oners'an of lbe of arral- flt ,he-out- for -sale-.aubject-Id -a '.sealed -i .Vj.i'.- Irnm nil nnPIIITlU ler in-the oliicca ai uia r- tor. I Great: Northern railroad, and W. I bld-aifdVffc.e.-lrqnj-alJjencnmbrauccs Stlnnel a'ssislant cashier .at present, E fijCS-torlhe current year from ,s V-TJ- hAU an'il YCB- that to carrv on ULUti barf slmcgle which would require the proposed International Monlana-Al- best allied nations, but "peace ncria i high'way. Letbbrldges n with resoccl ..Tould.'be Impossible." -.The New. York oh the peace moves, puts It Is a menace tie Hat the Gc. man .nalion'should emerge from lie ft war tinder Ihe'lropressipn ttia: It has proud position respecl lo Hose'two trunk road's-should be sufficienlinc'en: live to.the riulo owners of the south to gcftoselher.'and help the Boafd.ol Trade. THE.REASON FOR QUEBEC'S'POOR SHOWING that Hon.. Albert; Tlie city of El.Faio so "far as.ja Belief that .liie, crest' u the land Is of framp contlrucllou, ho frontage being and '.the epth 25 (eel built on a concrelp.foun.- aiion, having out -basement.- vlth furnace In goou. 'prdor.-; i That, round floor conlalns. BOOd..kllcheu, dlnlug rooni 13 room13 ft. 4 In. i 1B.K..6 In. connect- cd-by archway. "iTliat the first floor contains :-Tbeu- rooms and' .balbroom.' -That pack nl Hie house la .2 Etorlea top being-used aa u sleeping ..the, bottom., part as'i aumnior kltchip That there 13 the' .that at.ihe'trcar venuon r.emerly cheap enough ED all growers will .use .it- After an all-day seEslcn. of the fi- nance commitlee.oi the- grand lodge .irom..iue Utterances of the new member ol the ,he boots cbiripleteJ Ihelr audit. I 'however no noble heart will the.The older is protected from any loss not even'the heart..of ;catlriEl 'conuones-br ,tat may result iy a surely company. -Ihe conditions ml. tie o ftond. _ Tviilch''have become unreasonable during the last.few days. '.Typuld we could for once take a lesson the Americana and lynch a few .JT'.'pt' bureaucrats who seem lo have Iliriinothing do' than to think ont evernipre impossWe ordlnanceE al.d reguralions regarding 'the requirements i-ul''' of piir'.'stomachs. We can absolutely no further aadllions to them." Meantime, what Is the spirit In Great Britain end the countries of her allies? On Saturday last, within four '.-hours after the British victory loan .'was -pVencd, were sub- Ecribed. British naval munitions manu- facturera were able the other dar to underbid American firms by !2W a shell on an order for 16'inch shells jor Ihe American navy, showing tha Britain's munitions be well provided for. On the wfisler front the.storles ol British and frcnch raids on German trenches tell of Ger- man deterioration In munitions and In spirit ot the men. ,.v Allpgether signs are not lacking that 1917. wblle It niay not bring psace -will be" a year ol victory for Ihe allies brinsing a peace whlii ss-iil nul bu impossible, more nearly In sight. ONE TO HELP THE THRIFT CAMPAIGN :The Email Investor, the clerk, th wniie. Bbilfaie, was. houae at tie state dinner his house In St. .VlilT.look lire'.In' some mysterious I manner. The cca.lasrallon ;was nol -f u.. iha nriluhhorS lor-auiiic manner. ._-.___._._ noticed by the neighbors for- suit'of David WnnlpBg, against Herman V. wholes ale Savigny il Is who said, Nationalist-Conservative bravery of two Barbuda citizens when combination was stumping Quebec v- s CrrY I'ROPERlrY 'Purcuanl, to lorl nc'cistriir :aaf by .virtue ol the Pow- 1S ert '6r Sale. In la'r ig iu uu. i ITO men kw mnsl .protest nne after every boat on Uie Island against helping Enjland in her wars; had given up. the .attempt, to rescue- nnless von do, cpnscripilon will come tbe crew. ng 16 do. me' jury ttwaiuca iuc iiiu....... T- and a bill of expenses, the aggregate amount being neil." ConserYallve papers are fond of pointing-the" finger of scorn at Sir Wilfrid Lauiier because of Quebec's poor .'showing In Sir Wil- frid i's'the. goat. And yet Dorden continues to ally himself with uch men as'Sevijny, allll hopin? that; uebec will do 113 duly to tbe Empire.! o -whom, if not lo Ihe Quebec mlnis- ers In the Dorden cabinet, can Ihe rcnch people ot Quebec, look for EomethlnE out ol bis dally wage, ma the Dominion lo carry on Ihe war. The way lo thrift has been i the Dominion govern- .-'.-.'nen't through-the. Issue of war loan certificates. T -'Certificates will be Issued In ?25 nnd J100 denominations, and tiese -'will-be told lo Investors for J21.60 ?43 and f86 respecllvcly. The man or woman who saves 521.60 can buy cerliflcate for which 525 will be re- celved the end of three years. Whc the strngglo with Ihc war debt begin pi .ihOEC.who -take.Eiic a'pinst'future needs wi become EpparenL At any lime dnrln lie first j-eir-the money-invested wl be returned without-Inlercsl. Al an time during the second year Ihc In obtain guidance In the matter of their duly n this war? Why shonld Sir Wilfrid be blamed for Quebec's de- fection while the government la government of one party which uaurps all the honor for Ihe good showing In Ihe other provinces. Certainly so long as Borden Is allfed with Sevigny and the o( the Tory-Xallonaltjls. nothing better can be eipecled from uebec than hai been done. The Bor- cn governmenl alone Is to blame for ho recruiting failure pi tie province 1 Quebec, In many a home the Keystone of family's health is a daily ration of the splendid wheat and barley a', club at of .Canadian woundcrl at Hillingd'on House hospi- tal She l declared "she .was doubly Pleased ti perform Ihe. ceremony, be- IngBO'lLteresUd In all thai conceried Canadian Uoldlers. At .the hospital, where she'conversed freely tle'nti', the guard of honor'was .com- jrae'ed'ol patients from her own regi- Col.'Glass, O. C.7o't tho 255nd balHi- lW'Lindsay, has received a check lor sjOO from Mrs. Timothy Eaton, to -show nor Interest In the battalion, which beara the names ot two o[ her nephews, Ueuls.' Bishop. The money In all probability be cipepdcd in I purchasing a movlig picture machine nirnoso of atlmulaling recruit formation- 01 ,R- DlsTrikrcbhiprising th'e- Ihree dls anil 'j-- Canada Is about to establish aeroplane factory and service al cost of Tno bad for Und say, OnL, thai Sam Hughes Isn't on'j the. Job to grab the plum on (or his home burg, The reason lies in ihc fact 'Hint lliis food contains an abiimlnncc of those mineral Ottawa considers Western Canada very'much of a backwoodsey place. The official 'Elatement of the govern- ment regarding the coal strike situa- tion tays the "sellleri" of Canada most not be allowed lo for.. Pretty old selllcrs, some an abimilnncc ol mosc umitiui necessary for well-balanced bodies, also includes Ihc entire nutriment of the grains, in concentrated, easily digestible fonn, ready-lo- cal from Ihe package. Grape-Nuts is usually cnlcn with cream or milk, and the tlavor is wonderfully delicious. It nlso comhmcs in numerous nllraclivc, special dishes. nel'tcr dificslion, heller health, heller accomplish; menl, with Grapc-Kuts as a daily food. a Reason" harden worked. Sh to Tnthv-erylittH try and itike m A phyiricijn btaime. fi A phyjiciui DTOUII -j .round Uhe world, Doc or Picrct, 01 BuBalo.'N.'.Y.; in womw i (liMasn.'for manyjcara prKliccH medf tr itiA niirrmau ut .rmeetings throughout the-Counts Victoria. Dr. Maiimllla-i lic'roz, .former asso ate of Dr. N'uzum, .announces that has succeeded in Inoculating ore'e and obtalnod a scrum which III ilve Imrronlly 16 nlantllo paraly- s'and furnish on" anetiualo supply t'all times. Chicago physicians bp- eve that an epidemic, of .InfanUle larajysls threalena Chicago Ihls sum- nier.' L -For Ihe-firsl lime'In local hlslory VIndEor City Council, wnlch held lis naugnra) .meellng. recently, was form- ally opened with prayer. As Rev. Ar- hur Carlisle Invoked a blessing the Aldermen stood with' bowed huda, and when the Lord's prayer Wi3 reached all Joined wllh Ihc clergi- men In repealing It- 'John Fhilaysorf, an explorer, for whom FlnlJiso'n River and Finlayson In Yukon lerritory were ihou died agrd 105 years. Flnlayeon vtas .bsnishnl from Ihe liva pi Itnspi i.nou of scoknd., and mined In California and Ore- gon unlll he was 38 ycara old and Ihen Weil 11 nrUlsh Columbia: and Yukon lerrllorj. whetc he explored areas In which .white men had Mfcil Iho ro lowing lot -lO.ia In the City ot ,o -VKge Plan -HCIt; lo the rMervatlons and refcr'red to .In the eilst cash at the lime pi the-MO he balance In 10 days, according to .Uie terms aid conditions to be. maae i at tho time ol esle or .upo? ap- lon' Id the" Vendor's Solicitors, "The above properly wllTbc; otrered [or sale subject to .a awlcd-leBervrf Inrorrrirt that upon whlcb Is ierect- ,1- t verv llttn VY ._. w4 tho value 5. Brooms nnd balhroom all In f jJr condition. For further tirtlMlars and condl- Uon, of Mount, .rnery, .nj. Ad. 6. :F- ratonal trcalnujril for it. disorder ahpuld be UeaW wiU. Dr for discuses from which womtn miffs "Favoritt rreKription" powfrfiil re f hM rBSdj of women the ram, V.OITJ, diitrea by these II joii ire wfltrcr, Kl Favorite Pnierinlioii Kan ;