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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .VOLUMKX. JANl.'AUY 'A 1017 NUMDKIl :i 'PARLIAMENT IN SESSIO: i As Ideal But Unpractical Lieutehaiit Governor and President Wood ;Empha- Minister of "Agriculture j sizes Amalga- Welcome Delegates mation and Says Farm- Refer to the Industry! ers to Demand Rights Red Cross Needs Funds And Workers, Too On Tuesday, January sijih the jneiiiberH of lii.-J Cross Huulcij will ii campaign lo t-ciuru one Ihovisund .suliscrlljtr.s to tUa fiiuil nt ft.00 a niondi. It l-s aljsuhitcly iicecst-art' thai fumis .should lie sut.urcd locally foi1 Hie raiTyinK oiiiuf IMs'Rreul work. Tliera is no dcllnUe Income at present fur ibt local HUH: im KVtivkil biilhitTljJtEunK, ulr.. Tlic work has urown enor- snousjy during (he pasl year and nn lippcul for bolh wurkorri and fmiUn JB iiiailt. Calgary soc-lciy lisa an Income of nboul ;i juomh from regular luunlhly subserlinluns. 8 lively, l-cllibrldge M.OOl) month. 'J'lin Kroiil itcmaml Kcd supplies Is jjnnvtiis wml f-uUi- iiusi I lie 1400 JIOBS had tcciL'Kl'ijjipcir lu ii'canpon, (lie Liberal caiittdnto... Canno i'r. remarks, he sjitiL would create thc'iiiiprossion that Quc- _ KUleci; Over 100 Injured ..-.-.i Seriously iind Olherwise-- to tlalc In explosion were ofHcrkify Aiiiiouiiccd .today tc i-onj- illena had (hiring .the ear In organization lid COO in the woruth's secttop.'- of Krcncii, syohe In glowiiis lefinsj'.. advance'In-Dobrudja, it is announced olficiAhy. Bulgarians of tlicxflirliicvciucnL by the arunns 01, southcfn ol the nlllc-d on all fronts. lo ULC byc-clcclion Uie crossed 'ihc southern .-lEluary tlie Danuhs near Tullcha and held 'grountf ag.ilnsl Russian n I tacks. sacrifices being-ma ilc hy (lie peoples] of Kurouo. 'wo can' hardly fail lo rlth the; vlesv liol iufrotjuent-j auroatl, lliat tiie icrms is'ftfrivcd at, is a I matter slricLly for'tlibcc who have ltd Hie AVasliinglon Post: "H conslUutos a liut embodying ncvcrllielcss Ihe 1 of nations both Targe anil small.'' Provliluiice: Journal: '.'A- niounlajn ilh United in.llclieying That Premier Must Attend Imperial Conference day tliroiieli (Jtc .U.1 -'R- A.- oriuco- lion. v.-lnlc Ihclr business iii for the year (p Wfta uo( ihat Cnuadnl At Upssnel.l. where the lnke ner [llU sliare in Ulc ;V pretty even y Me.l betwce.ii; wles (hnl of oCstocl: nnil piircUnsc :of m not feat conscriwion Uccaiise' Jt CLAIM SUCCESS via Sayville, Jan. 23. Successful rcconnoitcring opcra- ilgns) by 'German detachments and .repulse of n BrTlish parly ntlempted to .move against the 'German northwest .'of Aro- the Franco-Bclqinn are an no u need in today's head quarters statement regarding operations war area. Jati. i n'in reiualn m session for ICES and then adjonrn'for a peribfl-of ai least scJx wcrhs in order to allow the prime minister lo Attend I 111 IV BlillCUi Mi iiiiiiintij iin'i-- i. I jiff ami" bonesV form, by Mr. Dalfour scv- d" eral days-JIRO? i' "Mr. Wilson hrrkons .tlm Itlcerthislnf ate revealed the iinahimlty dbUvcr, the part of thC' Invitalion, I i .two the prime Must Be a Victory Peace T.omloij', Jyu, Times bc-rl- llcvea lliat President .Wilson is tlie first man of mighty slate -who lias." proposed as a scheme oE practical j polilies the dream or, many'lhinkora" for a sveat'nuinljer hut it doubts iVvJinlhcr.' ' must to'Ihe-tmaglup-j'.: lion ahtl hoaris their jnjl mcnl ivlll apprpynl-, Ilic peace ivlilth jireseht conflict. ;tlie payer is' mil iiRCcssary to follow the. preset' in'Iiis. clotiucnl the.evils of n victory .'r enough to say that the allies believe' thul a victory peace is c'sseritiai. i Lincoln believed It to he the civi! war. They believe lial for. the attainment-q[ these lima of a moral and ideal kind, .wHti-.... Vi'lisoii ,ibie tu the loimdation'to Uie BO! icact; such as Iho United Slales'inie iclp to'giiaraulee. "There can Le no drawn -war Tie-'j the spirit of Prussian militarisni' anil the spirit oC real peacer which he-allies, aud tlio United States indeed, all desire. Mili-'_ aiism cannot be exercised except I lefeat' in the field. Therefore, "tl allies tan hear of no lot a victory The Mftiichcstcr Guardian is a splendid.policy, Flow be received? By ncoples, averjT.-liere, '.vc cannot, joy lull by in en" of goodwill and ovt-rywhcrc not' lesp a.'irt a clear'perception'-Ibat it Is. no' vis I ot a Utopia, uut a, wcll-thought-oiit. framed schcnn Ji; .position ami' versed in.' one which' inu illlll j liniuUccl for life in'the shiiiublcs of blonily fields.-' New York Mr M'il: .son 'emerges' from" the 'dreamland of fancy aail to deal with tlic t cold, hard facis of (he sJdmttoh. which rind? nations haltlinR for he i-hoiys Ihut Ihc i 11 Sir ru. Uakc-iilHG .cwaplrasulo for llbwlv has no inoro founil '-fl''..- speeches irhifJi had boen.niide. -i A Toronto, Jan, Mr, lo Ho.'e S in 1m real 1'hcrsow. Of liic sovcrunient. lie ivas L Sn'n i tin! Uf: I'rc-' (l) "ccitiehe P. Witt of uarliainftiil. TLc ,'expectfttipTi here is that the hunse IIP lip'uc forc Aah Wcdueiilnr, wliic.U'Xalls this year'on-February 21, winch. Is-a holiday', 'arid Mliiitjid' juurnment will iinljl attcr KUstci Friilay, which falls on April Otli. the present state. sreiit .p affairs." niler ro-ele'ctc'il Ihc prise 69 kifletl.- 72.seriously lo.lay by tijn-'colisllUjciita............. _____ nnil sliehllv lijtii'reil This it Toronio, bya ninjority. Tesrcl Dial rarliinicnt sigain inc-l nn- nuJ sliEhlli .Ifljnreil. IS7S. Tho total; vole woa ft .very lhc of the war. The IKII) been Haiil I oil ay." Kii'U'llfriil said it was n itUled, _Ts comrlett list, 1000 Arc. Homeless London, in (pits I orer llio yk.ticis of 1 KrKlay one com pared'wl tli the last On- lario general clcclfpii. VDICS were with plosioo was opened on Moiutay in fdrrnal oyidcnro given-1 Tlin mayor of Ihc "borough letilficd that homeless persons numbering 1000 hsil now hcfcn provtdcn with shcllcr" ami .thai the goTcrnmciil lie- purlmCiiU Ideal nuihorltlCQ were" do ihcir nlraosl lo relieve illslread. He hul received n mcs- SHRC 'from .Ihc King anil QncDn, profoninl sympalhy. The TciiKjcnlntlvt! of Ilic ministry ot ntiiiounccd ilmi nil proper! claims for Injury or dam'agu wonlrt met by 'iho miiilairy. Tho Inqnest] Ihercupon was adjourned lor a tori ulghl. e-ral election. voloa lilrucd-in fll The vole 'today sci-riilary US3; iCTigii of IT'ir- had'not li'eci nvmliLc-. live of result-1? in Uesulny wllii .'Illiej lilfih hopes of Ihc allies. Ojieraiioiiil hart resulted in defntile reason ill scon r n gill. have coninienccil lo sec roye, is highly puts senc- Slates in a'false positfon, -mil! of{ I'rtlrinilc Fund at iho gtiitcrnl cleclioh Cs thai the vitnl forces of the enemy rhcrson.'-Tas two are wcr.fccnlns: thnl Ucrmany enls. was: .Mcriiersmi by famine, and rxh'nuR- H ,itl. iiinlLig of ihc eml: there" ore cvldciirij nrcsidcnl lo .take the place of llio Kiiropcan lic'lixcrenls, from qnnrrel Presiricul Wilson, so as AUhc meeting held in In do'so. Iwlslcrl lint ntny lo naniR n rlgiflly. alooi. inilhcrii Albcrtn iiss. hopn rp'cosniteil hy the South li'erta tiraiu-h. Calgary is: .McriierJOii hj; by fauiinc. and rxh'hu ,rt K. b. -TaiiiOs iiDn. file foe is still hrrogant. but TaberMafrfatted tlm arrogance ot he I "The Kaiser, like NaTiolcon, c J he I) rough I to Ms SUNK T-ondon; 22. steamer 15 I licei aiinh, Lloyd'd rh announced ibis" aftrrnnon. SUNDAY LEFT WITH BOSTO.N lloainn. 'Jnn. Sun-Jay left pciuiis, wlio hag nioreil .to J tbiuliiif the electing from I IP.rindn, Sfic. kny niiil Elton! T.'M. TTveerile: prpfil- doi'ii-of the braiu-h. presided. iu i. ''.Those at- cplicni.'itac-: U 1 Ijibcrnl An Old-Tinier in Western i Printo Jan> Livis died UMs 3.30, Ipl- lowins .a jrcriod of lasting Slpiiday. aflcriioon. PeterEOii of Saskatoon, arrived- last; nifiht by -special- and -Dr. .McMillan this cily, perforrned operation. ITiiarl trouhle.' however.1 cusuc'il, being" (lib cause or death- Clias. Kuox, wl.ll aiiciiil llirec Roston, loiby, with A cncnuc.fbr nionlhs In Iho Mr rt'ck hprii' ng fng% free-will liccn fciilr.ticeri al -Taber on W charge Icr his trn weeks' -revival. Tbc nniouni; of selllns liquor. Kno's trreslcd ia the RGcond lirpcst In ihe history of Ii6.ii. .Tbomas OsDorne Davis .was (Jie son at Samuel Davis and n of the Irish-- and "torn in Sher-, rhiglon. Quebec. 16. iSo6, ami ivas eilutalcil clilefly by bis 'father.' ........who'was a gnduntu of Trinity CftK collapse of a sliod loudrd iloivii leRf, 'Dublin, 'lie came to ITJJHOJ SHr.w. at at llnrkc. Albert in and wai; In' business! 'itlitio. on January according' Id there lill the.lirac of his death.. :llri wnrcl tecrSvcil, Mr. Knigtii was clear-1 was niayor r-f Prince Alliwl In i itip iiin snow freni the -ihcU 'when sal for SaEXatchcyvmi In ilic recruits.'al-j wife came nut from Ihe house.lo speak] enil Iniernjila in Iho House ot I'oui-" thangh spmc-Sjl recruits liad beoi, lo hlni. In some manner Ibe shed roi- mons 1SOC lo JS04. when sent forwArd up'to January fith. KromlKpsed, burying ilu-iA. both. .'It waVitpojnled to the Schato.. Hc'Was a hbleil.'1 Alberta 54 had bepn, this hns i some time'before ni'ighbors-idiig iheiiv v' j': new. been .increased lov 70.. should, bo, a good ni'dti.v ninrc likely' O. L. Kuiglil was I HOTEL C03.LAPSES; IS SKILLED k Canada lias uol. yd. duty in Sending naval ;