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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta inn IT MN11ATW; letbbrtoje Dcvalb DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription' Rates: Dsijy, delivered, per ween Daily, delivered, per.year, Dally, by 'mall, pt-r year Weekly, ny mall, per year Weekly, by mall, per year lo U IOC j.M.OO TELEPHONES Office tohorlal OlRce........... VI. A. Buchanan John Torrance Hinaelng Dlrnclor nuslnesa Mana; for 1221 Slate's lo brlns about a peace .In which acrmany would 'be- conslJcred Uio' vlclor. Gevnmny has ,nced of now. If.-tho .very founJalhm'ol iviilfo Is not lo crumble Wilson to elnle .that must jo injicfl without victory" is rnnk Eeiitlmcnlnllsin. Pcico .without vie- .ory, would tuean a lacll victory for Prussian which crushed llelstuni rilUilcsslr under foot 111 epllo of a'solemu trealy between nations. It V.'llsou's jieace without victory nieaus that treaties aro to continue to bo looked gu as scraps of pajurr, then let the wsr go on to Iho very llmii. President Wilson has bceu too great iy cbuccrned.ln keeping the United States out of war for his Utopian ulau for a' settlement ol the great BtnigElo to' be seriously consldercil. PICKED UP IN PASSING Dales of eiptry ol subscriptions ap- ppar d. 'ly on address label. taco of papers alter eiplratton dslo Is our authority lo conllnuo lha subscrip- tion; your Ktng and. Country you right now' THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. "Thoso who tave paid tho price are those who havo lha only right to ille- .talo peace, is the succinct vay the Chicago Tribune comments ori President address (a his Senate, and .Ilial. is tho con- census of-opinion of.a large nurober o{ tne British end papers com- menting-.on'7 the However, many see-' .in tie address1 a further step towards satisfactory peace nego-, Nations.''; V Very llttla change Is recorded on Uis various battle Berlin claims 'or the Teutons in'Gal Icla and announces tne'resumptlon or idvanceimoTenienls In'bob'rudla. PEACE LIKELY TO COME WITH A RUSH. II there's nnythlns; lu the old say. ing (hat "where there's smoke there's Jlvei" (hen It would not b? surprla Ing It o Etirurli? package were baud cd the world sonic flno In tho Ebapo ot. peace.' Kol a peico with Germany ns. the viclcr, hut peace with tho kaiser ou bended knees! I Is well not to'be too optimistic. Even In face of than an off chacce o peate It is best to prepare for a loni aid siiuggie, lor by that means will Ilia only -.peace which will ring Ions freedom from war. -The Ontario 'legislature. OIHMI oh February 13. I.ord Curzoh, who recently married .Mrs. Alfred U-'Etan, has taken Devon- Ehlro House for the iieit five yesrs. Mrs. Iroao Moody has ueoii chosen as chalrninii o( the Vancouver school board.' The oxtenslou ol L'nstlo hospital at Hylhf 'Kogland, under Mrs. Floating, lo )00 beds has hoeti approved by Iho L'aimdlan Medi- cal services. Tlio ineniberi o[ St. Andrew's I'rcs. bytcrinn churcli. (cadlng London, Oul. concregallon of that sccl, at their annual meeting dlccussed tho In augurallon of .a canipalgii to enforce tho discontinuance, of aulomohlllng on Sunday. Mrs. Adam Mclntv're, an elderl; lady, 'who has for years been proml nent In the I-ady Truo pines of tho Orange order, died it iho ofllco o Iho Orause hall In Toronto. The llronlford has Inslrucled water commUBlo employees to glv counli-'. of Ontario; __ i' wlLo'-'liis ie appointment ol county court-Judge n tlie If the CrariiT Trunk'will not 'con entcd with mantel (lock Iho i'etcrboro law "Scoiiy .McFcal, .a well Hnowu lias been klllciL In Coramorce, Jan. pa- together wllli ruany of the farmers ol Iho district rcspoild- to the Hed Cross Society's urvqnl cull Tor more funds, whoi on Friday night lurt. Iho handsome sum of 9184.45 was realized from tho etilo of baskets nt a basket social hold In Ibe-'schbol. rooms 'hnd becii labUfulty de corat'ed by tho teacher, Mra. Yulll, am 'under-, licr tuldauco dill ;The London Times lied Cross I'und, im several mosllj which tho other ncwscnpcrs ore also patriotic, In u very. creditable' nun upnorllng, hss now passed llib uiark. John-make, of St. Thomas, Is dead; ncr. ,'Meiisre. JimUeoii llojg Lethbrldge. gave patriotic which at times evoked loud applause. while- Mr. D. fiang most ac i{ conducted a store there over half a ceplibly. Mr. Croftc ,wlio IB eve csntury lie had lived retired assist In a good cause kind] ncled as auctioneer. YOUR COLD by takin'- after.each' piefJ. It fortifies ,client while it blood to SS; jfi avpjfl gri p pc, bron- .arid; even: pueu- I fl'i; rnonia. is well .worth' insisting upon. I. IJ-H v p.-nV-fMight Office 1113.' ;he past '11 years. The Klondike's gold _ _ aggregated and 1317 will bo furnished by, tho I fully as good. The Yukon territory City orchestra. Tho evening has contributed lo.tho world .aforoM-talnm'iml waa hi the-hands uialcly to virgin gold. untnry committee, composed of .Mrs. I Yjilll and Messrs. Mnnnlng, Mcllroy An attempt In uelug made louring nod Rogers, and It Is a source of cat- tho Sailors' Relict fund contnlmllpn Isfactlou to thiui to have the people from Unmltord and Brflht county-to resnond so liberally to their efforts. all but of this sum Tho committee wishes Lo thank tho lug Leon raised. i school board for the free use of the schoolrooms', Mr. Weaver'for'Ihq loan Tho McOii- Grain Co., Ltd., of. Win-; of his plnno, Mr. Crofts for his'good nlpeg, has. been-Ihcon'orated with-a offices ns auctioneer, and tho Dla- capllal slock o'f The pro- mond City orchestra who furnished visional .directors Includo W." K. Mu- tho" music nt price. NEW The 32-12 nl n Friday evening Hiiil''Mra: Crest left for Builnesi Sell Globe, AND THANIFfcR (LaW THOS, OOOLIN.6 Phon? IMS KHAKI LEAGUE OR ONLY SLEEPING! Tho problem returned sold Is forcing ilseli-upo'ii lbe_'publlr of Canada nioro acutely each Lelhbrid'ge the problem-Is already de yeioplDB serious proportions, and the citizens orihecity, devolve duty that must not be.shlrked. H is true that LHefe have been v'er 'lew ..returned soldiers, to. reach Lebh bridge liu'i far. But it.js.slsb'Lru f, thai 'those vrho have back sill! unable to secufe "saliifactor the Khaki league "6rganlzcd 'for lehef ol. tho relur'ned: soldier., has almostj ieeh f toreoftra. .Cerlalnljf ilere has DEen little evidence of 'eilstettcc i'.''.'-j the -past .-'few-months.''Canhot of this leagTie be orEaniznUoii perfected lo- njore'-efficient handling of the "soldlen'. v Howard "of tie hoapitals for cniphasUed the importance of this .work 'only o ago lo 'the ''business men of the city. words evidently 'jell'upon deaf ears for has heen made since his risit. if. '-...There are' at present twelve soldiers'in-the'city, s'omc of i. 7whqm arc., still in'very unsatisfaclon" Employment. .Toe' .case of Sergean! Gohclle comes .onc'e niore, to mind .-Sergeant qualified engineer '.Was told In all 'sincerity by Jiayor Haniie, (hen cbairmaa of :pltal hoard, that he'bclleved the sold Ier -vvaa physically l.unfit responsible 'position of 'engineer ot] Gait hospital. But Sergl. Go'helle appajenUy Tras.phyalcally fit to shoT from: Hendtrson late. IQ 2i Lelow, zero weather at per day Ecarcely..a- sufficient to kce .hlinEelC and his, family In clothln .and food. The need of.the city is a-proper! organized and acliTO league with tliit In 'many inluds 'tbkre Is the lic- et that peace ".wll) uppernioat in he thought !6f 'nations until the act- al ileelaratiou Is made. "John at famous English publication, says comes quickly" and gives his eaYon he can hear Germany's ealn rilUe. In a long article lindcr his caption he'says: .VjieVmVhlle all.tho signs and por- are favourable to earl? col- apse of. the foe. Indeed, In certain quarters whose opinions are entitled 6'Kspect, it is believed that the .next wo months' will sec' nn end of bostil- ties. I will not go so far as to accept tills view hill I am cerlain (hat If the Allies will. only present a resolute End uncompromising front, and go on strengthening their positions in the various theatres Gnw. H.'E. Swift, n. W. Caiu'pu'eil and _ Chancellor 'Sir oiit uo InlormRtlol b( tho cotldltlo or boerallon of plant; 'under th ptnailv o! dismissal.'; A Ee.ttleu-.cnt of was _ upon at Toronto by parties In the llhcl action brought by CoRirpller Thbmis Foster against W. lean, Hugh J. Maclean .tnd Albart B. Smythe, ot The World Coinpany. Mrs. Esther Bedmottd Power, eld- -s- nine of lha largest faclorles In 1 slock bad agreed not to- employ any single men of .niilllary age En long'as week, ThoB? U.' P. A.'-con- voiUlbli'aV J'.llf.onlon froia here nre, 11. Pnwiou, 'J.'I.efdcr 'and W. lldrj- Jljv hnd II. Pnwson left Monday 'lora'yfsU pi 1'eorlo, HI.. Is .visiting rcln- DRAYING OF ALLKINUS Turner OFFICE 'AT KENNEDY'S-.. 410 13th STREET. NORTH PHONE 4 1> 11. V. Hudson The will of the filed for Ho ieif in'estate valued A life Interest in .the estate Is" left to his widow, and after her death the. properly is to bo divided" "equally H. McDonald, carpenter, fell from a scaffold nt Kingston and was soldiers, were available. killed. When he did not' come home' for dinner his wife went to the house I come with dramatic suddenness. First of all, we shall have Independent Overtures, made cither lo tie Allied Powers as a vnote or .to'.italy: direct. .Then we. shall have Bohemia breaking anay- fr'oni an'aillancc yfhlch she loathes and', detests..'Meanwhile, the equip- ment of Husslu's UBW army will strike terror amongst-the Turks; by this Lime are beginning to 'realize Hara, member of the law flra where he had bcei working and'of Kiowles, Hare Benson, of found his dead body on the ground. jaWi iias teell appolbted'c'rowii prosecutor to succeed the E. who died on Christmas His skull hsd.been crushed. sent lo order that trains crossing Day. OF CANADA unprotected level crossings at llrant- ford keep wiihiu the'six miles an hour( janlej Christie-'son of Ihe Into ripv limit, Mayor -Bowlby will appeal to; Ur chrislle, "of Edinburgh, formorls the Dominion railway board for Constantinople, .died In a-'privale order.. Eanatorlura; at Que. He came to Canada four months ago for Lieut. James Bows has resigned as; A Valuable, Feature; -Jottit Atcbunt Union Canada In the .wo persons, Is that If one dies the not tied up just .when they are likelj lo be most needed Ths survivor can withdraw the money without delay 01 formality.-- Think It open a Joml LETHBR'IDGE BRANCH A r s TATUh Manager GRASSY LAKE BRANCH H Acting Manager BOULT.ON'S AUTO UVERY Cloud and-hamted 'cart country trlpi.t .We'make a ipeclllty el hoi- plial-calil. ;'V: Quick .Driven Hurry callt at nlgKt aniwered promptly. Try ill. DAY OR phrsical .director, of ..Queen's Univer-l owins to-hls The' is understood, u. fsToo iile. ce's at'Salon- master of Ihe 87th. battalion, (Ameri-Ccr the rani of.major 'a are daily strengthened and j can was brought back to To-' will be appointed with two assLElants oh'sblldated, and even the sorely ironto from Halifa's to answer Ibo attend cojlecllon and ,pre- e'sel Tino; will' have to choose 'h'o-1 charge of'ullerlns a check purporting 'psrallou' of news and. wan to.have been signed hj- Captain Min- ard and-'payable to'Pte. C. G.. liayes. wcen'obed'lence to Iiis German con orl and-'the dictate! of Eell-preser- aliom Uut Tfhy arc we still dallying vlth that' traitor in Royal clothing 1 n 'the :AVe'st, the enemy is oat our nercy- At ledglh the Drlllsh are able o extend their lines, aud to aliord e uch needed "and ajl too Ions delayed ellef. to theiEallaut French; and i! an be to the enemy that ery. shortly 'a rigorous end unrelent ng'offensive.''is to be Thlch niea'ns' (nat we must set lo vork establishing' huge clearing de pots', for.the.collection, of demoralized lerman -prlsonera. On the scar too, we are not Idle. The submarine men- ace Is' OIE only danger we have lo acei.and I decline to believe lhal our maritime genius Is incapable ot tho problem. Indeed, 'rom all i-hear, I think we shall very OOQ have, seen the woraL of this of naial- warfare. And ae.hind everything remains our majes- tor the "Day" when the German rats shall venture fortlr frbm'Uieir canal retreaL Add to this! that 'the Allies have still 'un- limited gold', reserres and Ineshaus- tlbie credit, and may not wejn all truth'rdecla'fe "that "Come cdmera; or the. world In arms, An.3 DEPORTATION OF BELGIAN MEN LEAVES WOMEN AMD 1 CHILDREN MORE HELPLESS FORD s Sale we Bh'all'.'shock Uiem. Nought shal1 mate ;n's riie. If England to herself do rest-but For all of whtcr olficlal secretary-lo look after Ihe reasdus, '.repeal my lirm conviction f necui-'aa'd-cumloiia' ui '.the returned Eoldlers. Secretary Ollrcr has been doing what work he can, without pay. bol he has as yet no official slntus, '-and the real work ol the league Is consequently lo.a great extent being The chairman of lie pre3- ;'..fnt organization should call a meet- Ing al once and aeo that something Is .dohc-. V.WILSON BARKING THE VVitONG TREE. t ".SnB cornucopia of are some the phrases Tvllh which the Araerl- can press greets the address ot Presl fdent IVIlson on the peace proposals the, European war. H la (rue lhat 6qme_s.ecllon3.of the press agree wllh and'think he did a great deal zood, but for the nost pari, they Viigrpc with Ei-Presldent Rooscrelt thai-Wilson Is meddling wllh Bpme- with .whtch he has nothing to his (alenllon is high'.cnlnrl- but [n view' of the Lnsitanla i.tiftilr, and In vies'of the slave "rads Belgium, he would belter have re- >'jjafned silent. President Wllsc'n seems (6 bs oT> lie Idea' hlrajbe warring nations must be looking for peace..move. As a matter 01 firt Ihoy-nr'o doing nothing of the kjnd. would like (be United that peace will some as suddenly as did quicker than most 'rco- ple today antlcjpate. As soon as UK Kaiser realizes! thai we see through 'and blasphemy of his present proposals, he will be con fronted by a situation which will com pel him lo face the tacts and throw himself upon the mercy of the Allies Tilth will. the. new Government be put to its'test. All o( which should give the Allies heart 'for the final test which UTdue within, the neit few months. The Calgan' citizens are trying to 6nd. a name for their Center Street bridge, and some one proposed "Cos- lello." The News Telegram says Ihe first syllable nils Ihe bill but Is stuck Ihere. not call It "cosl-ill-a-lot-" :CeclI Smith of Oyster Ttlver, B.C.'; tas -been appointed a temporary fish- ery Inspector'during Ihe absence ol A'. Y. Lloyd. npon overseas military service. The Niagara KallF.Y.M.C.A. Is bar gaining for .tliu Niiiara Falls club Brentford city council has been an- 'house, which Is under the-. Hammer pealed to by Police Chief Sle-nln for a as Ihe club was compelled to close new police siMfai.' the chief declaring 'because ot the expense. :H: E that, the present. building is iQade- Symmcs has offered bul_-th unfit and unsanitary, being a offer has not been accepted. menace to the'health.of the-police- men and ihelr families. All Philadelphia aowsparcrs .how i selling at 1 cent will Increase thcl Fte. T..Humble, who will Ehortly be; price to 2 cents, beginning Januar discharged as Tncdlcaliy-unfit owiiK 23. The hlgli cost of-newsprint papo to defects brought out by severe train: and other materials entering; Into tb ing, has been asked by Ihe Twentieth, making of a newspaper Is given, i Century Brant-' the cause for the. Increase. ford, OnL, in whoso employ be WES _ before assume the man- -The Kenon aud English fllver nil agerchlp. way company will seek Incorf'or'allo this session. The cbm'pa-iy. propose At Souihport, England.' Sidney Tay- to build n lino o[ railway from a poin lor, alias Saduski, aged '12, a' private on the N. T. 11. west of .Surcrloi, in the. Canadian contingent, was sen- Junction In a northwesterly direction tcnced to sis months for unlawfully In the English rKer, thence, westerly wearing a D.C.M. decoration and ob- and southerly lo Winnipeg. tainlng'a gold watch and purse ot gold tinder false pretences from the Eoiilh-1 Uoi. Joslah Wood will probably re- port Hebrew church. The mayor made' lire as lleutcnaiit-FOieinor' of 'New the presentation', nnd afterwards Tay- Brunswick before the legislature on lor married al Brighto-i, ivbero'he -March 9, and will be succeeded by was arrestel. ilis .wife burned the Hon George the protlnclal marriage certificate: The; Canadian premier. lion. Jamea A. Murray, min- record office slated thbt Taylor who Uter of agriculture, mentioned as wore two gold stripes, waa unwound- the probable successor to the premier- ed, and not entitled to the D.C.M. ship. The off'clals ol SLJames' Anglican! church, Guelph. have received word from UtEhop Clark of Niagara dloccse[ ot the rcslg-iatton as rector of that church ot nev. (CapU) C. H. Buck- land, who at the present lime Is act- ing as chaplain at N'o. 2 Canadian Ela- tlonary hospital In France. E. C- Jackson, for forty' years con- nected wllh lhe Royal hank at Tlll- sonhurg, and manager for scvcra1 years past, will retire at hla own're quest at the end of lhe t) J'artlons, of Vancouver, formcrlj manager of the Quebec bank there will lake over the position as manager on February I. A very serious accident befell Thomas J. Henry, a Calcdon ,Ont. farmer, whereby he lost part of his left arm. lie proprietor of a steam straw-cutter anil was preparing to cul sheaf oaU on lhe farm of John P.uron, an Adjala farmer, near Koclpy village. The engine had just been started :hen Hie sleeve of'Henry's coat, got caught In the scaring and-his left land waa compTclcly torn off and the arm badly lacerated. protests do not prevent the Germans from continuing the deportation. and enslave- ment of the able-bodied men who were Ic I in unhappy Belgium and we are powerless to stop it until we have the .1 .Meanwhile the Neutral. Commission for Relief in Belgium, administered without pay by great-hearted Americans, is saving the. women and children from starvation.: Here we 'CAN help promptly and eFfcctively, by rously to the Belgian Relief Fund. More contributions than ever arc needed, because the higher prices of foodstuffs, parti- cularly wheat, have seriously increased the cost of feeding these millions of dependent Belgian's. How much can you spare the victims. of one of the blackest, most cold-blooded crimes? Itoomlng house. In Just olf main street; 14 rooms; new furniture; steam' heated.