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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TMB .LKTiiliRlDGK iMliTT PAGKNINB" Speaks Frankly on Ilic Question of Armaments and Intrigues Jaii.. .Ills'. jnarkablo address _ lo Ibo senate Icrday VrcBldcnt tdncimled by "The JjiiejiUoii of naval arm amenta opens IhQ wider and perhaps moro dlffkull questlou of ihe Hmltatldiis armies 'wntl ofalJ fro- grams of military preparation. Dlffl- Cult and delicate as IKeue arc Miry muEt lio faced Mia ut- MIL AD I PHONE 1224-- lBS Patrick, o'r'tjjn Haul; of Mont- real etatf, returficO borne nftcr a Ilann1. friends In Calgary am] most candor- and decided 'spirit of the have for your Selection" i These, were sen! io HH hy Kiilc wiik-h home ottering us a special dis- count it' we could dispose ot the entire lot! within fifteen dnys. Don't: Miss This Opportunity of Buying a Guaranteed Watch at Coit All designs and with pi1 without luiii- iuoiis fijais iiiul haiiils, fitted with iihbraik- able glasses. Prices from to AH grades will be sold less the 25 per tent MM. J. J, Malono unit Miss tiilrm Malout, who Jiavc been tljc jxuebiri of Mrs. 11. T. nrymnei, rctunictl yealcr- day (o Lhelr-liom'o In Nelson. I 9- 9 AJr. and ,Mrfl. Arthur liccwley and eon rcturnc'A.I'yesterdas' from (Ucvc- loud, O-i.Vbcre Lbey spent a month with -Mm', ilaniBlcy'fl luroius. jMIfis-HyiBop and III ah ('oini laljicd at.lhn.formor'q bonit- wfek tonipllmentriry. (p t lion a. MARRIAGE LICENSES AND OPTICIANS of real accommorlallon tt cbinc with healing In Us 'T.'lnsg arid come lo stay: Peace cannot bo luil without concession ami taurlflco. There COD Le no sense ot safely anJ equality among (Jtc Rnllonfi If great armaments hunco- forlli'to continue hcru and Ihero to be hulli ut> and mnlalalned. The states- men of HID must nlun Tor peace abd nations rnuBl adjust anil" nccom- mo'dato Ihelr policy to It as Ihey hai'fl jtlanncil for. war nnd-matie ready-for pllfless. contest anil'rLvalry. Tim Udii of hrmamonts whether on laii'l or aea li tho most Immediately unJ In- tciiEcly practical connected -Lho .future fortunes' of nations and "or mankind. "I have Epnkon upon these urdal mailers wllhoul reserve and wllh lhc utmost because It lias scorned lo me to be necessary If Oio ivorld's yearn IDK desire for reace w anywhere to Hud freo voice onrt .'Ji- lerancc. I ani Ihe only per- son In high authority amongst all the peoples ol Hie world who Is at liberty to speak and hold nothing hack. 1 am speaking ng an ludlvlilual and yet 1 am ejtfcafciiiB also, ol course, as the reaponslblo head of ft prcnl .govcrii- incnt, and I feel confident thai I liavc said whal the people of Ihu- United Stales would wish me 16 say..May I not ndd thai hope a'jd believe that I ant In effect sneaking- tor Udcrala and friends of humanity In na' llon ami of every program of liberty? I would fain believe lhat I am speak- ing for lhc silent mass oE mankind everywhere who have he yd had no place or'opportunity to speak llietr rcril licurls out concerning the death and ruin, they see lo have conic al- ready upon lhc persons anil lho homes -Dioy liold inosl "And in holding out the expRtlollon t the evening (lie bride liainniiitk dish ibwcln elect.' The -juciDburfi pf'ih'p (1. I, A. arc aukod'Lp bafet for Hcd Cross Bow-Jng yn .Thurfirta'y ;at 2.30 at tlio home 9! vilrsi George Alexander, 7th Slfeei Souih; Ju'siead nf on vVed iiosilay'n'ficriionh.' OnQ'pl1 the BiKiillkam .SIKHB of the 'the. aiMencft of tlowcra a the NVv'uion'a Patrldlle luncheon. Kvoi HID Jiead, table, where sal Itci: drlc arid i devoid o Jafl. lins to guests today! :orp. nnd Mre." Krriltli, X, M. 'abcr. I The Andenl Order Foresk-rn an; lu'vIlnllQris lo t .n February.- licir l bull floral Globe. Tbc vroniiJn'B branch of Ino lied Crosg society meet ft] Ihe He rooms (top floor post office) Friday Ihe 26th Inst. -The captains for tbo coming campaign arc request- ed, to be present at A Jolly skallng party was gEvt'ii by '0 Sisters class of Knox church at llie AmlllorlLim rink last night. Tho regular monthly meeting ni HIM Vlexunder-OaU tfiipter, I.O.H.K.. was lefd hi the V. M. C. A. nuilitorlinn yes- crday afieriibon wild large numljcr iraUoiittaLicb. .'Tlic principal business ir.in.ij tied iras; IJie .'apjioin tin Pill of 0 iioniliiallnfj fummt'tlcc ronalalliiK Mrs. Mayimrd. Mr'b', jtoioqn, Mrs. AhifcworUi, Mra. fjlifil.u'ck and Mrs. According to'a.'uu'v ruling of the national j a nominallni; committee :and nominations by ballot for olJuerd are to received at the mnellng -fcefoTO. the. iiiiuuul meeting. The umiual rntclinK. of this r.-hajitci takes jjlace n'oxL month BO Ihln Inisl ness look' ptiicft-yesterday- i, E. AlnBWpftli read.a report of lhc Christmas.presents', sent by the chapter lo 'rind tliilrtren of Ihe men .who havft fallen at. Ilia front. I Mlas Buwdcn inoro Iri'li'p "am always very njiiirp'elalc.d. J. A. Jackson Lurncd In tbc result of serving at Ihe Chinook Cluh; this work la now In clmrne of S. J. Shepherd. The amendments to the laws of Al- whpu'lhc n Ilic clans eri a of were outer bcrt-A afTccling Komen and as proposed by lhc Local Council of Wolnen were read arid discussed. Mrs Sherlock, Mrs, Slarnes and Mrs. Ewerl ivert; appointed delegates lo lho Local' Council of Women. A Ifttlcr of Bond wishes aiid.con- gralulallon was wrllten to Mlea Wil- son, who is going overseas wllh Ihe A. N. 0, Letters of cungralulalion arc No. 1 L'lisi-s lo h ihnt the i anil government of Ihc Li, p.m., prayer '-'tnccUnp! Friday at 2 p.m. ladles of lhc. church sew al I hi! Red Croa'n rooma.--. St. at S. p.m.. hi St. Augustm's hall. Wedneaday ut'4.15. Junior W. A. Wednwday Parochial as- Thuraday at p.ci RiixlllRiT.. Prififty ,at 8 p-iri., li slotial service followed liy clioir prsc-. lice Jan. 29. S p.m., tiillld.'-- FOR LE1K If lhc.High River" oijj Hudson Hay rjaljway Cu. ever biilltlii tlie jiiios for u-hlcli It lias a charter, from' Ihe Do- llajor ttijilcy. Reret.-MaJor nud nev. A.'M. (Jorilbn. M'lio liavo talc ly received welj'merited DUSSWORTH niEli( al S.3J) al (he home of tin! bi-idc's parents, Ilic marriage look 1 llcr place of Cilona T. tlic eldest, daughter IlicJrt 0[ Mr., anil-Mrs.'G. Uunswoitli. lo minion Governm will have aother line of.'rallway, for at the present tcseion al Ottawa, Ibe com- v" 'ls k'' bulW network of lliicBjn Southern Alberta, lines to Cowler, Piricher Creek, Conlta and Cnrdston being prelected. SI. Andrew'a.-and followlnB is a portion ot nl 3 p.m., St. AmlrewV ,vhich has teen published sel- whlch will tiresenL Oltawn ses- ,vhich has teen pub Soclely meet ill lho home Hng [OI..h ihe 'Bppllc.liion .303 3rd, Avenue, bo (hc present O Xorth.. Tliursilay at 3 p.m.. W. M. ol Westminster; keel at tlic pirson-i Ap Apjiicaliol] aisi) nmde for ntt. p.m.. session of power'In c.vlend the- saw railway St. Andren-'s meet In thu church zl_ a ,j0ini inoiid, in or nu'uiil Township 20T lor. Friday ;al 4.15, ]iniior clioir pnic lice; at-fi, senior, choir practice. llnlteil'States will Join the other civil- ized nations o[ the world in gui teeing Hie pcrnionouco of peace mioii such terms as t have named; wllli' the greater boldness and conll; Oeneo. bccansc H Is clear to every inim can think that Ilici-e is In this promise no breach in clljier our uailltiona or our.policy ns a iiaUon, but'a [ultllinent rather of all tint we hnvo professed or striven lof. "I am it weVe. that the nations should with one acconl adopt Ihe docl'rlne'ot Tresident Mon roe ns the doctrine of the world: That no'nstlon should seek (o extend its policy- over any other" nation or, peo: pie, but that every people snoiild be lefl free lo delerminc its awn policy, its dcvfclopnicnt, unhindered, nri- threatencd. unafraid, the lllllp along "I nm proposing Inftt all nations ienceforlli avoid entangling alliances wljlcli would dra'W thorn into compeLl- tions of power, cttch them In of inlrleue ani aelHsli rivalry anil dt.s- lurb tlioir own affairs with Influences Intended from wltliout. There la iio 'ing alliance-in a concert pi power when all nntlo to act in the same sense and .with the sanio pur- ,___all act Ip Ihii comnion" Interest nnd arc free to live their own livca un, iler a common protection. "1 am propbalng gorerinnenl by the consent nf the governed; that_-free- dom" of the seas which In Internation- al conference ntter conference vepre- scnUlive? or the United Stales liave lalned al tho home of 'Mrs. E. WQrth. After n delicious h-Ad Leon sen-ed enjoyed. Yesterday the uiembevs of tlie iViirsIng MlJalon lioard and scvcial friends uf.MIss gather- ed al the Mission and presented her with a clnli bag. together wllh best wishes. Miss .Wilson left last' irwjn Of HArons. Ihc tourlli nlglit for Uajgary anil will go orMr ami Immediately lo lake up her duties us a nursing sister of [ho A- M. C. .The Ucmrnl sihool oudltoiium crmviicft )nsl_ nheu Miss IJe.i- trice Drigdcn fiaye a recital. lirigdcn Is a very'acconlpligheil elocu- tionlsl and delighted her auiliencc with her carefully fiolecled numbers. In Ihc United. Klalei." The machinery nscd in salmon can- neries is ivnll atlaDlcil canninc Statemtnt of Receipts 'and Dijturie- nlld are CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND ALBERTA BRANCH merits from the Incepllon of the Fund lo 3let December, 1915 Disbiir.ie- I'eaHi mcnls" hen': ...The corctnony ycrronn'eil Ijy Ilav. Frank A: Amlrcwfi n[ Ilic Chrlslian church. Hiss Frances Uuusworlh.' -the bride's slstci-, playcil wedding march. 'Tile bride wore a pretty gown of-broivu crepe de ehlnc wllh boillcc trimmed I. wllh hand 'embroidered iilusl: and car- aL To Bee. 1S14 To Jan. 1915 To Kcli. 1915 To March 1315. To April IMS.. To Jlay 1015... To Jum< 1815.. To July 1S15... To Aug. 1015 To Sent. 1515... To Oct. 1915 To Nov. 1015 To Dct-. Hecelpls nlciils- S 4. 70 90.) 0 11.55 SO able. There a large "demand for 8ray.fj.sh eggs fy'r HBO In I aiming r. Tlioy are Mail" as large as n egg. Crayfish was served week at. tlie iimuml dinner of the newspaper institute at Llip. UnivcrsUy of. Washington, -and. pronounced excellent. BRITISHER SUNK riix, N. S., Jnu. sInhV: Ing of Ihc British schooner Lilian II. by a Ocrnian submarine oft Queenty loiyn, In a talile- gram from Lntulon today lo her own-' cr Cpchriin. Nothing was said as to the rule of the crew. Tho scliooncr registered UTS tons. AS DOGFISH, UNUTILIZED; AS 3HAYFISH, CXCtLLENT Seattle, Jan, 'uacklng .houso Friday Harbor., .has Just ried a shower-boiuiuel ot white Other-NVIso: riian" hy.Van Uyck Follou-ing the chremony.a buifel lunch appealed'to'every'bnc'as lild'lhc'lin- was served lo ihc'lhitly g'uestH." Pink In .Cape reading cxpliliiiiug a iironosali am .'Kollowiiic ,d while carnations and pnHcd plants [ectively decorated the.rooms. riliss nrigdeu'K numbsrs musical scicc-J Mr. and left early llii.i Uona were giveni- Miss Simm, 5IItsf morning'lor Minneapolis, Galcslmrg. Dan-son, .Mr. 1I..O.-Kilu'er. Mr. III.. Chicago nnd other eastern points, the briiic travelling in a black satin BOVTll. large black hat with gold orna- ment, and Muck plush "coal. They return.on1. Marcll. Irilli aiid will reside al Slope'farm', Barons. Mr. II! E. Irwin, ilic gronni's'brother, Mrs. Irwtn and family of Darons were present al Ilic wi Slraker iiiul Mr Sahi Sadowsfcl con- trlliutlne" to the, prograni. Caiioti Mc- Mlllen acltd as llrlKileirBpcnka lonfehL in St. Aiidrew's' church on tlic subject, "Mad? in Ilie Likeness and Image of God.'.1 meti- The luccling is for young West utli Mer., th6ncc southerly to S p.m.. pub- a point ot of near Luudbrcck; or Cow lie niaetliiE ,lir Wesley ball, address loy, on the Crow's Nes( Southern rail by Miss Beatrice' llrlgdeii. Thursday j way, thence by Ihe niosl feasiblo roule at meeting of 'lo a point on .Ihe AlbBrta-rirltlsh Co the W: Jl. Auxiliary at the.homo of lumlila fthq: South Kooi Sir's.-AV. ;A. Hamilton, 1210 5lh Avenue enay. or Klshenehria A. The Bulijecl will bo taken by Mrs. I Also from a point at 'or'near Kress. All la'dfos of Ilic congregation I hreck or Cowley, or elsewhere, (.-aimed 300 cases of dogfish, and ylans to "complete cases lictorc_ the the season. ...Thc.lari.el on the cans bays: a iiew.'-food [jacked ut the request .'of llje United Stales bureau- of ilislicries, and-uniler inelliQils. apiirovrd h'y. 11. "Tlic.'gray- flah' ,is esteemed In -European couu- tries; buL lilUierlo has been unullllzed EXTRA SPECIAL TOMORROW Red 'CROSS YARN 4-PLV SCOTCH' V i lirgcd with the ploriiience of' lli'qac (From Our Own Correspondent) Jan. few more grain eara were left licro last SaLuhlay I'hlcli relieve ITic situation at the Lhc large crowj'expected, will wit- uessji riieco 6r .sport long lo be rc- [iibuilici'eil.' It Is'-lo be hopeJ Hint other parlii tif'the. "country ivlll lake this amusement anil while amus- ing Ilic crowd, they win do-the conn- iry a lot oC good by IhlnniiiK out Ihcsc pests of. the farni-yir'Js. Severn! men have Vjought 'choke houtnls parliallv for tills fiiuit. Prices paiil for these fast flops rniigo from to 545. The coyotes killed hy dogs will go lo Hie owners of Ihc "joss, find the oth- ers will uc proceeds lurncd over lo the Red Cross soclcly.. elevfllors consldoralily. Lomond Ima over 709 THIRD AVENUE, IRON SPRINGS (Kmni Cisir Own Cnrrtsnor.ilenti Iron SpriiigB. Jan. Saturday' last (be school district Iiclit 1L'lhcir Riimml meeting. Owing to .Ihc million bughets of wlicsil since tlic Uiat'llm weather was not very lire Invited. 'Thursday al S p.m., choir' practice: St. Cyprlan'fi Titcsday at S p.m.." teachers' mealing' In SI. Aueustlu'a lialL Thursday-'1 al-31 -Woman's of the said town, southerly Lo the Inlcriiattonal at or near Also from or near i.imd- urcck or Coivlcy, In a soulh-caslcrly AuilMary. ...ThiiMdny aL fi p.m.. vealryj Ly Lhe ruoat rotile meeting. Friday.at-S p.m., interccs-j [C1 lllb Towu of pincher creek, (honco clon service followed by cliolr prac- south-easterly Lo Itic Town.of Canl- lice. Saturday ot 2.30, Junior W. A. St. at S nieelhig lu at S nariili linll. intercession (qliowbd'by choir pracllre at .S.30, 'ThureJsiy al 7.30 a.m.- celebra- tion of holy.1 communion: Friday nt Vloj Junior AV. A. al S an- nual congregational meeting In Lhc '.room. Thursday al S p.m., practice.' Friday at S p.m. pub- lic meet In K'in Uic churchVaddress by Baptlfil-r-ThUTEday afternoon ai- 3, incctlrie'; of women of Lhc church to .organize a. Mission f'frcle, Friday nt S p.m.7 choir pracllcc. al S p. m.. Ifsllmony At Penteeoiial Mellon Thun- rlay, S r- ni.v Spectnt waiting upon for tho. UflpttRrn.of Iho! Holy Ghost. A hcarly wclcorful lo'nll. ston, thence south-easterly, to Coutla, Ilicnce oasterK-; to ilic ships llVroUhb '1, 2, or 3. THE QUININE THAT DOES AFFECT KEAO. Also from n nolnt at nr 'near the town of CardBtiiii Also from a point in Townships I or 2, In or between Ranges a and 10, lo the city of Medicine. Hal, thenco northerly to a point In Townships 1" or IS, In Kangcs i, J, W Meridian. will also lo change Ihe nanic of the salil companj to that of lhc Raj ttallway Company. V Application will ntso be mailc Increase the capital stock of the com panr to JS.000.000. CONFER ON PAPER COST WnabtngUn .Un. Glass vlccpreslrtcnl ol IV American News liarcr I'ulllslicrs' nssoclallon annouuc hcrt today Ihp1. paper mahufaclur etfccl, vonsncsa nor ringing Them, ts only one E. There is a scarcity of bcita at present will be grcal- ly increased with tho Inllux of Im- migranla nl the close of Ine war.-Kol withstanding Ibat lha Calgary Xormal schcol luineil out 2'2i) ccitlflcd leach- crs last Icrnl and the N'orinal school In lhc head, and lhat hb had accepted on behalf oflnl ('Amrosc 93 -more. Iherc short- of Us ionic nnd laxalivc era lovllcrt ncwKpRper publishers vo Urbmo Quinine onii ig confer vllh Lhcm In Chicago Friday by anyone cauainp ncr- regarding (lie high cost of ish violence. "These are United Stales principles, Unitcil Stales policies. can stand jghlencd coinrrinnity. They arc the Jrinclrilcs of'mankluil aiid must pre- vail." shortnse. He also slates thai was lichl after the othe more grain could bo shipped if cars' meeting. Mr. Wvman was appointed woro available, many farmers belngj of bnanl and Mr.'KM- llcvc.thls llille town anil Eiirroundingl lnei schoolhousc on Thursday country can rightfully boast of yield-; evening. After the regular" business a Ing and shippinf grain that has indeed j TcrJ. cnjoyablc social evening caused. John. Hnll lo siullo. I spent. On nexl Thursday, instead of Dick Nell lias rained oft a horse for mating in the school as usual the Iho'purpose of helping: the -Patriotic been Inrlleil lo spend the Fiind.' Tbe oulconio this worthy cause. Loiivlon, Jan. Globe, asking President Wilson whal he bail done "for justice and humanity, for tbo rights of Lhc weak or Ibe honor OL Ihc strong -that you should now pre- sume to school us In the.mighty con- flict Lo which "we arc romniUlod and from which yoii mosl carefully have held says he did not- prolosl ngalnsL. the Invasion n( llcleiuni, anil Tirule a iinle when Ihc Cunard liner l.tisHaiita was lorretloed- bo for .The room lately the I.o- Pr'esg was turned into a lunch nobiri tail Saturday by Ihe ladles. The 1 procccda will go towards buying jooda for malttng necessaries .for the Red Grose work. S50 was realized. flcnson has returned from C'al- gary. where he attended '.ho Intctnn- ilonal Englncicrlni; school. Mre, DqffLy bas removed Lo Lomoud This dlatrict Is erncrlchclne a longed windy pcrioil although, no scri ous .damage Is .reported. A'mceiing wUI he hehl here on the 27lh for the purpose of dlscnsning Lho lalion bolwcen lhc Karmwa' Co-riperalire Elevator company -tr.d evening; nL the home nl .Mr. nnil Mrs. J. Uullicrrord. A very cnjoynblo lime wus spciil lost Monday evening when the mem- Lcre.ol tho Iron Qacbelors' nssociation me I aL tbo lionic of -Mr. Krncat Hunt for a .chiclcciv .supper which waa provided by tlic host. The meeting of tbc U.K.A. of Iron Springs was postponed on account ol tho wealher on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Tusltan of Cowley arc spending n couple of weeks wilii Mrs P. Him! of Iron Ibc Grain Grain one "Ilromo Quinine." (the paper connnUtlcc of this organl-J ngc of nearly 600 teacbera in ihe prov- of In this part, which ia a (gnnt urd (s on forvt. 25c, KnHon. _ incc al present ...lou; mtlea northeast from town, among lho shareholilcrs. There Is golnjr-tn be a nj__. lhc liTtli of this monlh If il.n weather Is favorable anil the snow tit (or lho bpunits lo run on. Those wllli dogs will make r. big circle afmintl a given place, and when Ihe coyotes arc sighted the docs will he lurried loose, all working In loivani thr, centre. Then ialO lo he Urge numbers shout and A GOOD WINTER HABIT Many people drcarl winter bccaiisc Ilic sudden climatic changes bring colds, grippe, rheumatism, lonsililis or fcronchilis. But of well- informed men and today avoid much sickrcssforiheniielvcsand their children by taking a few of Scott's Emulsion 10 roaVc richer blood, foitify Ihc membranes of the throat and chest create bpdy-wAinith lore- Factory is demonstrat- ing the "White" Sewing Machine; all This -An opendoi- JLIHI I'roju .is on (lie Wr.ie Sewing' MsK'liiuc oui- (lie nuuii I'loor; on'- liver oil; it will also you. .tatt ISowr.e.ToroBtp.Oal. Uv] lie will eiplain hilly, ihe incchanlsin ot every slylii of both'rolHry ami show why 1? '....King o[ Sewing Machines." He will also denionalralc the clitfercnt uses of the latest improved Eo'ivlth'lhc While. A few of these arc lho new combination rnfflcr and hem-. Blltcber, foot licsiiles a whole Hat of .others.. -'.I The ease" and convchlcnce'ot each will hd1 fully cinlaincd, I f" samples of Ihe work cxhlbllcd, I I -12 Outstanding White Features 1 Easy running. In both vibratory and rotary shuttle itylej. Has all latest Improved atUchnicnis. simplicity of their operation. great durability. Jtenilon 'irdicalbr. bobbins, to eye of lhc nsedle.lhe only hole to -'Jhread through. duit caps on needle and pressure bars.. of eonlrolled quietly and accurately by Ihe stilch regulator.- range bt speed attainsd. FREE LESSONS WlLL'BE GIVEN TO WHOEVER BUYS A MACHINE IN ALL LINES OF SEWING, TATTING, EMBROID- ERY WORK, 8MTENBURG Af40 BAWDEN BROS. LETHBRIOGE'S GREATEST HOME FURNISHERS ;