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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIK MONDAY, -22, ioi7; 'tp OAILV AND WEEKLY I' subsctJptfon Kates: :Dally, delivered, per week 10e --IJally, delivered, por'year ......J5.00 by mall, per year ........SJ-00 ranll, per year Ifi'eokly, by mail. year to U.S.. J2.0D TELEPHONES fiiislness Oilice 125 Editorial OiTico............... W. A. Buchanan John Torranct ttnr.agltig Director fliiilueas Manage of pipiry of subscrlpttona ai> oa address label. Accept- 1 ttice or pnners afier c-iplration dato Is .cur authority to conllnus ihe subacrlp- Hen. Your Ktncj and Country nted you right now I ,THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The of Iho Oerraaa raH- crs In' the soaib Atlantic hold leading place in live war dispatches. Wain- IIIRS havo been issued by tho British Admiralty that the Germnns are arm- ing cnplured Teasels for use as auxil- iary raldrrs. The raiders are IKCOUJ- panted ti fleet ot submarines of a new type. The extension or sub- riarinc ttllviiies to northern valor a {5 forecasted T.-itli the arrival-: of Earing, natl a blorksdo of (he U. S.- coast ia .stated (o be among Ihe pos- siljjlitics of ihe noar fuluro. Operations on Ibe battle fronls nro confined "ilieso days chiefly to local "attacks' and artillery bombardments. Ocrjiaiis claim Ilii-j !il Government Is p necessity for Canada.If her share of the war Is lo, be properly carried out, This from n recent I issue' ot Iho Montreal Kiunucinl Times U tmltcr.- llve of frtling tlio need ol n government :it Ollawn to ropieseiit all tlio people of the Do- minion raUior Uian a sociional gov- ernment Nvlifch tends to Lhni ConadA'5 plinre In Ilio ;ir Is bein'g c'arvleil on by one ii.iHy, with' llic li-adeis ot tho olbor mrly, reprc- ,IPS'tlio qtlior linlf of ihc puoplo, by looking ou. Conaiia H ig Vy ilio of oiie-liLilt the people lo uiako n unttod effort In till? war. This fs tnconsls- iPQl. In n recent issue of ttie Toronto D.iily ft was argued (hot rho parly headed by Sir Wilfrid Uur.'cr coutJ not bo nskcJ io help rsrry on (ho vvnr, blaming C.inaJa'd lack of prtuisratJati for (Iio irar on ibo Lib- eral leaders, wiili whom, It tJecls: the Conservallves coul-l not ruileseo. Tills Is all rot, nni) ino News knows U. Hut ivhal Is needed In Canada is u National Govertimciit, representing not only Ihc Libor.'.is uim The Coiiacr valives, ihe labor men farmors and other very Important ili Visions ol the people, nil ol whom arc necessary, lo win this war. Tho Finaa clal Tltacs suggests a cove rumen which would include such men as J Flavflle. a captain of industry; a labor leader liko R; A. Htgg. M.P.P. end a Cfirnier representative llfca Prc- 'stdeat Wood of Iho Valted Farmer of Alberta. Certain U is lhat the COL whole people of'Canacti shaken were (licsc me: in tlio government in place of Sevlgu and SQTTIQ more of Ltorden's anti i; river has been taken. On tlie western '.iJrbnt Ihdre is lillla change. I (AMATEUR PERFORMERS j JO BE CONGRATULATED Well staffed'amateur porEorraances I arc always plensing, but when they lh' .'display sach spporenl. artistic talent j as was in. evidence in the "Midwinter Kight's staged by the I.O.D.E. o'n Friday aud Saturday, Ihey a're t douhly welcome. Ttc participants In tua.t prozram are to be congratulated, v'nml LeLbbriilSe. too. Is to be cougral- ulaUd the home ol EO many artistic performers. It was parilcu- llrillah Kalionalist friends who there me'rely for" the purpose of pla> ing Quebec. Tliere are rumblings irom OLtaw which show liat tho prablcm of National Gorerumeot is going io b ja Issue ia the Dominion wiibi the next- tf-v It appears nra licallyj cerlain thsl 'the side of the'LousD will not continue t be .satisfied will) the inefnclcucy o 'the present "government al Ottaw Before llie1 life ot parliament Is e I the whole Issue is going to fought out, aui] It is to be hoped tha a national soTemmeDt In tha fonb lion, of wiilcli efficiency Le th chief factor will be tbe result. vlrlarly i daneing'is' finding .iho of g-V There te much, "of tne aesthetic In" cleverly eiecirtEft-anri properly ini'erpreted" folk dance's, "a'nri It Is to lfej be kepf'up I WOMEN NOT ASLEEP; USE1 THE BALLOT- Doahl is Eometimes in somg circlesJ-Jest tbe women or Al- j fterta. "who fiave been granlcd .the franchise-en .equal -footing with Iha ipeti, .Triliynot" qrail themselves' of tfiefr privilege whea Ihe time comes to exercise It If all the women of Alberta 'follow of those 'In Cra n brook role on municipal doubUrs will be able to set tLeir minds at the Cranbrook SJ Hertlfl .lells us; that: _ "In Ihe mnvl- f1, tipal election last 105 llielr Including those for scb'pbl .trustees onlr, practically entire available vote on Lae list- a vote been by _the ladies, not more .than cr three who wera able Id" reach the polls failing'to 'do-soi- It aiTorJs a complete refutation of the asstrtfon so'often msde lhat wo- Een isrill not l.ike.tbe to TOtc. and in Ibis instance in the majority -T ol cases the ladies walked (o the Edmonton must te booming. coyote uloTO Into town aad walks u Avenue. Nothing like this ever happens eren 111 Calgary- PICKED FQR HIS Tli0 suiu of 53.1DQ lias bceii'col-' cicrt for Uniitist missionary work i N'ortlioru Oulorto. __ (lev. A. K. Kelly, H.A.; hns ul accepted a cull to tUo UrockYtflo artist cliurch. HoliliiEon ol Gvanby, (Juo., illcd Ju ik'Llon, IrcqiitfailiiMl JfiQD to m mission fund ol-ldo diocese, Tlio fuucrfll Tvas lifjj) ill Colboruo uder .Masonlo auspice's ol Janice "jouehcrtv, pup of (he.oldest, lake dlus lu ill a I. section or tlio uroviiico. The Itpv. SJjerniRii deliver- J liis first sermon ai tlio Chureli of lie Holy Trinlly, wiiltfi ho ;js betm tivpoluicd rector The first mill tlnal dividend o[ three nd a liair cents ou the dollar lias been leclared to the creditors ot the Noble .lanuraciurtag company, St Thomas, While Vi'lUliun. Perry, one of Tort lope's most bl-lity.atuL best known rltSzcns, .was shoveling snow off Ilio lk ID I'rotil of hla premises, he fell dead. Kitchener citizens were- amazed ft .lie new posluiaatorgenoral's ,ntj of Ihe'ortlor to letters ad drefseJ to "Berlin" to tlio ettcr offEce, thinking Iho naine-c Ing controversy ol on ohd. James D. Ross, who enlisted p. Uellcrlllc with tbe 5'JJiJi baLLatloa las spring, shortly before U BaileJ fo Haglaud, home.- Jle tosl hi sou, Gunner Leu ROSE, on' May 1, 1515, ivlio was k'Uled by-Hie explosion of a sliell al VpreJ, and ciillsted last sjirlng in order to gel'revenue. __-, i ies is to be llin catliedral city for the Husslaii-.brlhbdox ehnreli In Canada. Dlshoj) Alexander, who has been Mnjor 0. F. Morrison Mdjor U. O, Ali'A'niider Jiavii been Sixly-lwp Molhodist lululstors robsifoners ot Altiprtn Council lavo enlisted (or actlfO service. J, V. Flavclle In nn adilrcsa at To: said women coulil iimko lUncly- 'ivo iior cent, of tho munitions. The ttev. Dr. S. of tho SleihodUt church, was nimlo R sailors' on organization of workers, Toronto starlet! a (our days' rampaigu 16 ral sty lor pa trlolic nuil Ilcd Cross fruits. The llov. Dr. IL llluefcs. spenk at Trinity. Melhoilisf Tti ronto, that Hie cut cute mo vein put Lo extended to nil yschangc; of visits by mfutsla'rs. David in Ira branch or the Hovftl mnnnger of Ihe Kl illct "-The curlers were fomcwhal. stingy Ley. iHsde.up for years ago couldn't keep aiiy of (he rrarfi here al all. __'temporarily in Toronto, will shortly "go there as the appointed of all tlie Russian churches in Canada., ..Tho ilecislon bas been hy the Holy Syuod. Much to tlie surprise of ihc Edmou- (.onians present a-coyole caruo into Iho city and took a walk up Jasper avenue. The cold seems .to have driven It into It was taking In Ihe sights and looking Interest at the street cars. Lieut. Colonel A. G. Fonseca of nipeg will revert .to Ihc rank of cap- tain in .take Ihc' lOTlb batta- lion oast as a draft. It was announced. The second in command ot tbe'baUa- on, Major Q. C. N'agy, will revert to he rank ot lieutenant. Percy of Winnipeg, wauls lo Ight in the Canadian'overseas forces nd tried, recently -Ip.enlist in th aOth battalion, .but was bj he-'medical board oa account of de- Recruiting (3 (very slow, and continue lo be so Ions as the national service campaign resuifs ITiiil (o resnll ilierefrom pvnfl iloD'i forget ibal the needs..more men, policies Sns. But battery The following well deserved Iribulc Lieut-Col. Stewart is paid by the algary HeraUf NETTS lhat LIc-uL- 61. J. S. SIswari, of Letbtridge, hail eceivcd MB D.S.O, award ivas not risins- Xb braver or brainier ar- ilery officer has ever, left Canada lor ie'. The New" York HeraH It a Brilish manufacluring con- can 'underbid' America's mosl 'of material5 at a time when BriLaJa Is every shell, what ce onr monufaclurera have o hold their home market when war eases' and-the combination of cheap tor and high, efiiciencj abroad gets real start? WHAT''IS CAUSE OP THE DELAY? TCTiai is the reason for all the de- lay fa at a Eettletuent of the Is Ihe gorernmeril I at Ottawa afraid Io act? Two-weeks aip fc wwe told irom i .'Ottawa that. Hon. Bob Rogers would i settle Ibc slrikp. that he had threat ._ cuel (he operators thai the govern L went would lake over the mines and i operate The operators were tolrt so, anil came home. The union t oITcials vcre loJi) so, and came home Ever Finct they navd been home. have hcon cooling their heels, waiting p. tor OUav.a to make jl Deplorable as it'is.'the fart remah: fi. tTiaMlie miners ar.d operators do no p scorn lo be able to gtt together, aw k every day the breach wiiltnB, rf la. the .use In government "stall Ing" longer? Let it make good U threat. H has the power to take rtras tic measures. Why allow tftc lion to become more DEMAND GROWING FOR A 'NATIONAL GOVERNMENT OulFfcfe of iha rerjulsr party orL whfcrr appear fc constitute aboul 9 per cent- of the preis of this parly riddin DiimifiScn, there Is beginning I be a widespread and lively expressto cf the fceli'ng that thj time has cc for.cwljfn measures which can onl be undsrtalccn by.'a truly' r-'ationa and therefore tfial a Na Cani. John .Clancy, for 10 years uperintendent ;pf .the Canadian Pa ific railway luland lake ami river errlcc. died ai Ins Nelson, B. home uddeoly.. Cause, of death was lieacl ailure. He .was uom at Gibraltar GI years, ago. Some very larse subscriptions have. ;one from Montreal .for" George's "win-Lhe-war The first away was" from Jaiaea Carru- hers of (he Canadian Steamahips omc.iny for cabled direct o the premier. s Lieut. C- G- is well ifeon-n In where he lived a- :horL time, before bia" departure for Medicine Hal, was hilled iii action ionj company's preferred payable NovcmLer IS'last by a'sniper, accord- ns io word received in Edmontnn. deceased left Edmonton with the CSlli ballalion. ,Hc'is surrlred by a witgj lives in "Medicine Hat. A. big menagerfe ot'ZO cage5, Jn- Jions, tigers, leopards, bears Stories thai new lines of railways "io Letlibridgc sounu like Id times. If Southern Alberta cn- a few mbre years like and 516 the railways will be falling over hemselvcs lo get here lo get Eome of he lucrative traffic trora this section, 'or it ia a well-known fact ILat the LeMiLridge division ot the C. P. nginatea more tratTic than any oihtr iTiaion west ot the lafena. The namps of Lethnriilgo uisn ar-psaring aii LOO frequenUy in llin casualty Jists. Many men who enlist locally arc beinr; disabled. Is I.clh bridge recruiUng a eufRcienl number lo fill the gaps? Kvery citizen be inlerpsled in sec-ing that the rtly's record Is not allowed io he Cas in a shadow. shortly after rc-enlilrlns 111 bouse after shoveling off thG sidewalk After n slion flljic'ss ilio ilenth pc curred lu tko Holy Cross Hospital, Ca gary, of Mrs. Florence llaftmaii, will of Dr. C, 0. Jinrtman, a iiromlnen puystclan of Olds. What is supposed lo be Canada' recoru car o( wheat, was sol'l'bn th erQln eicliaago rcceutl) H conlouicd 1.771' hard wheat and for Capi. llurrt. now serving ;ln' France -wit _ western CauntKaii fijfautry.- brigad as V. M, O. A .'officer, has been1 chose Rhodes scholar lor Manitoba for 191 The tolal of llic sales of stock at the Calgary winter "fair now announced ns Iho lies figure yet attained. 1-ovl IL Fisher, wcsleni Ispecjor-p the Canada Weather con pauy, died in Reslna, Jan. folio1 ag au oucrntion. The Imperial Bank o[ Canada .pit chased a site for _a new bank hca quarters on Ihe corner ot Homer'n Hastings streets, .Vancouver, [or th sum oi George ;W. Asliinead, at'Red. Dee before Ms Judge -MahnJiy, jjlpo guilty to five .charges hdri sLcaling. Hft was sentenced lo years' f on two of.-tl charges, Qiid Uireeojcars'.. ifiiprlso ment on the others, the so tonces to ruii -The futiher university was by President'' Fnilt-a-W Soon Relief This Dangerous Condition GtnuAKu ST. EAST; TOHWTFO. 'Tor Iwo years, 1 way u victim ol .culo Indigestion And Gas )u Tlio Ipmoch.'' It aftcrwArdi attacked my tfart iindl hail pulns nil QTCMiiy IwJy, b thill I could liarjly movb nrouml, Iricd nil kinds ofMciliciuo but no no filiciii did me any gooiL AC lisl, I IccIJcd to try I jought tlio first bor lu't Juuc, and nw I am well, uiinf only I recommend ''KhiH-a-ilvM1' o 1'HKD J; COc.i box, Cfor trial Ai all dealers or sent postpaid by Frulfc- vfcj LlmUeil, Ottawa. Our Oli-n C hr.uik, Jan. very iulVQl vns held at the local-skat ng rink with au attendance of mor two hundred persons from al ho Pass (onus. Some" of the- mask very good ami original aud thus receiving frizes Messrs. JJcol of Blalriuorc, of imprest Misses Forrest; matron of-the Sana Jirluni. Wlnlsjons of Frank, Taylor o .interest and Twallli of Bcllcvue. Tli Colemau Land rendered a very muc eujoyed pros rani. Several ncsv wore receive riug HIQ last week at ihe Sajinlai jii, brlngins tno total number no' well over sixty. Tho moving pictures at tlie naris Uall contiuuQ with an.ever (ncrcasfn adendance. Members of the Mclhodlst churcli' arc working lc eel- up a ininslrol show in all and histrion- ic tnlcnt of the neighborhood will well reiiresenlcd. C.. J. Tompkina, Iiuslness manager of'the Franco-Canadian Collieries, has returned Irom, the Ottawa confer- ence. Tickets are being sold for'llie hoc- key same between (he P. C. C. offi- cials and the power-house next ncsday, hi aid of'.UiG" RejJ Cross, aiid H Is hoiicil that aigoojly sum vviH lc realized to help this'1 worthy1 cause." the next'event.fa-tag rink will bo a "Hard 2nil. I'IMBH i v THE BEAUTY OF SUNLIGHT js (hat every garment washed, wltti it bears llic ol purity; a purity begotten of sweet, r 'cleansing maintained by absolute clqan- linqss in inunulaciurej u purity cxnltcil by the Co-opLrulion ol worlccrs united for the purpose; "a'purity demonstrated by the guanml'cc" which rests upon every bur o( SUNLIGHT SOAP, A ivlililuft for 'i ei anJ r-mr ran tr. Inilil ufoa the r'" Ttc r.omc en Scup 11 feuin-jiice Ot Purity ind ence Lowell in his annual repp In increasing the Jujtion fees in tiiln departments Ihe instllulion. hasj exhausted its iast said. The .university received Sills' during the fiscal At' a meeting o[ ihc public, school board at Jleginn the salaries were raised to the schedule in.forcb before the outbreak pi tlie war. Thla means they .will set the .gmdeil crease, for.lhe interval, based oo the IOU salaries. Publication -and ilislributlouj.oC suf- rd oii Tlio petition which will be presented to the Alberlo legislature to cxfcctl (he tnoraloriudi will be signed, il Is said by fuJly frage' literature liecn a '.paying proposition, accorJing ID a 'statement issued by (he tfaitpnai Woman Suf- (rage Publisliing company at S'ow York. The board of directofs' declar- ed a dividend of 2' per cent, on' tbe March i, to shareliolders of record on January 17. t- Japanese manufacturers .have, made themselves independent of Gernian tlye producers adrlccs lo Ihe (iepart- A U. S. municipal journal contain the Tollo-King llcm: "Baypointj. Vrom the year's profits o! a munlcipa saloon Ihc ritfzcns of (his town hav Etarled street ImproTemcni work I ihe extent of The- saloon, whlc opened two ycirs by a lum-' her cornpfcoy owning the lownsile, a' year ago was given to ihe citizens wilb the prorlFlon lhat they, should raEiiiage the bar: The entire go Into strcut ImproTcments." This nrighl IMS a lip to -Mayor IfnrdlG on another way. to tolD meet the tar hill. nienl of conjiTjerce at Washington srvy. Dye users suffered alter Ihc war be- mil ail such specimens usually' san ana many factories were huflt lo shown in a first class circus'will be I make colors- Now, it 'declared, shown at Winnipeg in connection with! there is-r.n arcrsupply an3 inanufac- he boiispiel week celebrations. lurcra arc seeking to have an export nenacerie n-111 .be brought from the' ban moved lliat any surplus': may Tnited Slates by T. Katon company ind will be on exhibition on Ibe sixth" floor ol Ihe' company's slore- Onc ot tlie largest It nol Ihe largest cheques which has changed hands in layment for one grain sale anywhere through the wesi IB thai paid to "iam fluDtluy, vice-president of the tCitliangc National bank of and vaa for the arnouiit of J55.0DO, in paymeht biisliela of wheat.] F. Xeill, was the pur-, cliascr. change o[ government in H. C. tias already caused a shake un'among Trince Ruperl nien who have Letn fid- ing Eovernmcnl A few days John n. Beatly, for the last four years manager of Ihe government received notification tliaL a forlnlsht alter dale his services would DO longer fce. heeded. successor has Lcen nami-u. Another officer lo he. dismissed Chanoa Cullln. who has been serving as Inspector of pre- cmjjlionB In (he- Skcena districL lie Is a brother of the king's printer un- der llie oJr) government and aii oM- limer on the coast. The position of district eamo warden, which lias hecn vacant month, goes lo Mr. Noble, of Port Ksslngton, a Liberal who has bcfi.B active In hchaK of Ihc parly. The .tost was formerly Tilled by M. Chrla- llon who dlcil a few wcefcs aijo. DRIVES OUT COLDS The of the .World ivith hand or brain, in doors or out doors, tinder all conditions and in all climes, will find in Shredded Wheat the food that sup- plies all the material for building healthy tissue and good food that nourishes every organ of the body and keeps the bow- els healthy and one universal cereal food that appears on... the breakfast table of most Canadian homes every day in the year. It is ready-cooked and ready-to-eat. For break- fast with milk or cream, for any meal with fruits. Made in Canada. Liirtics of SI. Pati-it-k's riinsli Will ilold.a Tuesday Evening, 23 AT. EIGHT O'CLOCK At SI. JJsisil's ScJKiol Tlio .drawing- of the lucky_ number for the Liiiicjicqii chajf of Ihe'Uelglrin Relief b'miU, eiyun by; Mral U ;'lwill take place at-tliQ ahbvu i 'IF. YOU HAVE AN EDISON MACHINE IN YOUR HOME. GET :THE''M'OST OUT OF IT BY GETTING SOME OF THE LATEST AS COMPLETE A STOCK .AS CAN BE SECURED ALWAYS ON HAND. If you have not an Eqison tlten musical trfcat.' Conic and near one. missing a'vjonderful .V Nardhcimcr, Halnes Bros, and NCYJ Scale Pianos and Players. SHEET MUSIC, FOLIOS, TEACHERS' SUPPLIES, MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. "EVERYTHING MUSICAL" 315 SIXTH STREET SOUTH, (NEAR LETUDRIDOE Look at Tongucl Move Poisoha From Liver and Bowel at i Mother! Your rhild lin't naturally cross anJ peevish. Sec it tongue Is coated; ihU Is n sure sign Its little. stornacli, liver and bowola iiecd a cleansing at once, When listless, jialc, feverish, full of cold, breath, throat iloean't cal, eleci> or net naturally, lias slorn- ach-aclie, dfarrlioca, remember, a gen- lo liver and cJeanaJng sh'onjd ilwaya be Ihc first trcalrncnl gtven. N'blhlng pfiuala- Syrup of Figs.'1 for children's ilia; give" a teaspoon fill, and In a few hours nil Ihc'foul wasio, sour Ule and ferment- ing food which is clogged In Ilio how- da passes on I ol llic system, and you have a well playful chiifl again. All children lore tfcllclous "frull and li never fails lo effcci a goo'l "Inalde" cleansing. rcctlona for liahjes, children of ah ngcs and grown-ups src plainly on'the bottle. Keep ia your lUUo pivon ifMliT snyra n sick child ton- row, Init got iho genurno. Aa'< j-cur ilniKxlsi lor a botllc ol "Call- Synip of 'then look lliat U ihe'tallfonila Kig Syrup Co.'VAav'cftiscrhcut, TO INVESTORS THOSE WHO, FROM TIME TO 'TIME, HAVE FUNDS REQUIRING INVESTMENT MAY 'PURCHASE AT PAR m SUMS' OF OR ANY MULTIPLE THEREOF Principal rcpfVyable Jal October, 1910. Tnlarst pnyftilc liMt-ycnrly, If.t April nnfl 1st by cTiequo tfrce at. any chartwctl in Canada) nL the rale ot five cent annum from the (lute ot HoluY tft'3 etock mil hflvc Ihc of eurr'cncicrinB ELparnml nciructl cs the ciniivairni vfcaEhjjn ircnl of any nllolmcntniadc'wrnItT ftny future war loan issue in Canaila oihtT.lhafi issue of TrcAEUry Bills or other like start date security. of thja clock arA fof Tor purpo-fs only. A commission of one PIT will Ijc nltopral (o rccosniiwl .Ijodd flock brokcrj on allotments inwlt in icspccl of appUcn'Joiyi (or this stock whirli tlwir Momp. Yor .ifFjlic-ilion fwnu apply lo tbe Deputy Minister of Finance, Oiuwi. DEPARTMENT CP FINANCE. OTTAWA OCTOBER 7ih, ;