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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBfclDGE DAILY HERALD THl:HSDAY, .IAMAHY .27, -1018 letbbrfoje Derate XetbbriDge, HIDcita j of farm implements without a mnr-mur. DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lethbridge W. A. Buchanan President ami Managing Director John Torrance - - Business Manager What's in :he air-: - -evev> one U either s fit in*; married, or these who are married are c.nn:; h' warmer climates. These c]nnooks ,\r� certainly hot numln'i^- -they cei people right on Ihr jump.- Macleod Neu s. Vnv that it'.- oo! i .;i:.iin prehably these problems are worrying the Kvi.-ent-oi tho *PICKE. PA SSING UP THE BUSY MAN 1 T ^ Business Editorial TELEPHONES Office Office \ews Will ?0'iy 0 t 0 ly tho News spoke in moment. a> it \u':i'. sf'IV.'s \ 10 \ k 4 1 * * * * + j Mere a re some of ilenia'.d:- of MaeFarlnne AViddup,  former manu facturcr of Brantford, is dead. United States Senator Brady Idaho, died at Washington. of faeucv wo; w orklm. Daily, Dally, Daily, Subscription Rates; delivered, per week delivered, per > ear by mail, per year . rs in Kuscda: A day : t"i\ mimifes j after each hour'.* w ork: a j Interval ai niidd; y for hu:c... months' v.i eat ion each year on pay Tn v:ew of those demands six re.-s I i'.ir f 'AO full the Weekly, by mail, per year # 4 . . 10 .55.00 .S4.no Ilamilt-m Herald ihinks it would seem to ho mmecessary for ihe IV- hevik Weekly; by mail, per year to V.S..*2.00 Dates of expiry of subscriptions appear daily on address label. Acceptance of papers r.fte. oxpirntitn date is cur authority to eentiuuo the subscription. government o fjrbid pnvrtte panics to distribute dividends Oh male yr\ir. W he Crier vou doc iancmrs-* ?o\"" for a f kao>v iis ro Councillor ..mi r..rm f emale hut IV.t rson *1 SI THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR As forecasted, the military has gained tho victory ;ig:iin many, aud is still supreme. t e to toe i ono'trsum ?:;is tax or haee off jasr behind be- ens May-have \:\: you are to our doc'> tail b{* Of i otir�e i they n Stimrt, vice-chairman of the Lon-Mr. Wm. Croft recently from Cal-'dou headquarters of the British Mls-| gary has moved his family to Coal City | sion in America, who went overseas ; where Mr. Croft is engineer in one of) with the Irish-Canadian Rangers of 'the mines. .Montreal, has been made a knight Mis.? Eva Williams Is spending a commander of^he order of the British few weeks at home in Coal City. Preal-l Kmpire, and tyis mother, Mrs. Erneat dnnt II. S. Allen and O. II. Snow spent; Stuart, who is at the head of the La-a day with Bishop reterson settling the Urhing accounts for the year. Mr. Petlfour the architect and the contractor of the new school building is here settling up with the board and putting the last touches on the building. Friday night there wi 11 be a welcome home evening for .Mr. Wilburn Johnson who has been on a mission in the eastern slates. dies' Exicutiv; of the Quebec Provincial Branch of the Red Cross So- zation of the fact that the well being of the institution was dependent upon such conditions as conduced to the well being of tho nation as a whole. Sir Edmond Walker, the president, In his unusually exhaustive address, and one exceptionally timely, said that: "A great bank is vitally concerned with what will conduce to the true interest of the country, and that means the greatest amount of well-being on the part of its citizens." There can be no gainsaying the fact that the country as a whole is enjoying prosperity which, while it may not be of cietv, ha been made a Lady of Grace i tne B0UIule3t type, is nevertheless of the order of St. John of Jerusalem. ]bringlng to 11 wealth that hitherto had not been regarded as pOB3lble. The small tractor has come to be almost as important a factor and as DON'T WANT WOMEN Ernest Victor Bod well, K. C, one of the foremost lawyers of British Columbia died at New Westminster. His Farm Produce and Trade Balance As the president pointed out, the favorable trade balance for the 18 Washington, Jan. in.-The ne^'ly , . 0 .created labor department announced universally used by Southern Alberta | lorl::y that it v,m be lne aQminiHrr:i. farmers as the automobile. They will do muqh this cpminj? year to increase production and conserve labor. lion's policy to prevent the introduction of women labor in work for which Tho ' men sl1"** :ue available and any reduction of wage scales became of om-Auty Bhould be removed on this class pioyment of women in ^laco of men. demise followed his? return from a months ending September last amount-; trip south which he took for his health.f ed to $552,000,000 and at that time the f country was just upon the eve of exporting the year's harvest at prices greater than hitherto obtained. The value of the field: products. Sir Edmund stated was $1,089,000,000 as estimated by the Dominion government. These figures do not, however, repre-( sent the value of the field products ol Canada on the basis of prices at tho point of export or consumption. Thii vast wealth, out. of all j?roj?ortlott to He loaves a widow and two daughters at Victoria and three married sisters. Mrs. D. A. McFarland, Mrs. Sherlock and Mrs. Leslie Craufurd at Nelson. A brother, Frank Vinning Bodwell, is administrator of the Workmens Compensation act at Vancouver. The body will be taken to Victoria for burial on Thursday. The late Mr. Bodwell wa--. born in Brantford, Ont., and came to British Columbia in 1884. 1..--H -1__ � -m i-k > - \ now JLJL end of to the cause lastin and avor because stick a d aw Pure Che win Gum ;