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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IctbbrlDae. BlDcrta _ y  DAIWY AND WKEKLY Proprietors and PublitNeni (The lcthbrioqk herald printing COMPANY, LIMITED S23 6th Street South,-Lcthbridgo W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director lobn Torrance -  Busings Muacer Builness Editorial TELEPHONES' Office ...i...... Office ....------- .10 .$5.00 Subteription Rates: Dallr. fieiivered, per: vreek . nally, delivered, pen, year . ^ Daily, by mail, per Jyear ......M.OO Weekly, by mail, pe^ year .....JIGO Weekly, by mall, per year to 13.3. .13.00 ""Bates of eipiry of subscripUons ap-pear daily on address label. Accept teadiers and an educs^on Iktyond the lower grades. Hob...Mr. Boyla-slfes upvtUe situation very well in his address to the 17. F. A. and we hope the farmers who heard it, will be aroused to the need of improTed educational facilities in our rural districts. The farm boy and girl arc entitled to a good education �dloBe�r pt Harwood, Dot., is dead. Windsor, Oat,- now has s population of 28,364. i . Farm and t�|rof annexatioa of Rus- looking Southern Alberta in choosing j A. W. Parrish. managei? of the Stauid-iiair-tJWtory, and likely will refuse^ a ^ce-president Someone will say,! �^Cald(ionra.'ipgt.,_was;Tdll- to conUnue the peace negotiations; there is a Wce-presldentfrotir&leichen'*'' '� aviation accident in England, -turther. Austria ^as intimated-her; and it IjJ In Southern AlberU. Well intention to continue the peace negot- Southern Alberta covefa an awfui lot lations with Russia pn the basis of no ' ot territory from Oleichen to tho boiin-nnezations and no Inlltanlties, and! dary. and it h�s many V. P> A. locals likely a split will occur between the j and it has plenty ot material tor a Tice-presidoncy. Dunham of ' Loth central powers over this decision Little activity is reported from any of the war Ironts. _ J The separation- allowance-foe seamen in the Canadian Naval Service has been raised froin $20 to $25 a month. ....... - - - - -...... Flight Lieiit. Geo.'^r(sh, son of " Parrish. managei? of the Stand- David Putnam, of brookline. Mass., and Austin Trehorp. of Wcsflfcli. N. J., American aviatdrs-Ip the **nch army, both shot. dp^n, Oejman airplanes on January 19. 1 Fergus Kenn.fedy who aime west i:,:^' j ., ,,. in hoisomc years ago from Cainlachle,,Ont., bridso. certainl>, seemed to us to bei|^^^ ^^^^ ^ rancU-north of Medicine president wood's value to the u. f. a. The tr. F. A. directors ' say that President Wood's salary should be more than $2,000 a year. Wojl, we should-say so. Were he devoting the same brains and energy and - good judgment- to any other business, he Vould be paid five times as niucb. Mr Wood,' however, is not thinking of money; service to his fellow farmer 1^ his purpose In giving so much of his time to the V. F. A. Likejy the best r'f ward he gets is the satisfaction that he Is permitted to do something to help his fellow man. - Nevertheless the "laborer is, worthy, of his hire." entiUed to re-election but if the dele-gatesi didn't want hltn - there were other good choices tropi the extreme south, A. J. H. Pbnahoe, of Foremost, T. 'O King, of lUymond', J. T. North,^ot Parkland, and Mrs. Freeman of WInnifred. They were all In the running hut failed election. It won't make any difference to the Interest ot the south in the U. F. A.; the organ-iatidh is too Triuable- and too well ditected, to be affected by sectional dlsappobitments. However, we have IT. T. A. problem^ all our own down this war and a vice-president from this end of the province would-hkve been a big help in solving them. Hat, died a few days .ago at Jtochester, Minn. - ; t A resolution'^ r^cominending^ that Orientals be prevented from becoming owners ot real estate, in Canada has been passed by the VernoiT branch of the Great War Veterans Askoclatlon. Premiler Brewster plans to ship ground fish,from British Columbia to Winnipeg and other points in the prairie provinces and sell them at two pounds for � cents to the consumers. Sre�,?.ySe.S,� potash in OUR-alicali 1AKES>- , ;\ledlcii|e Hat Board of Trade dis-cilssed a saggesdon that^ It might be possible to extract potash from the alkali lakes of Sonthem Alberta. In  JJebr&ska, it was reported?,that this was.being done with success. ['. 'ijhe Dominion, government, or the Scleiifific and Research Committee it has appointed, should investigate and aiscettitlait our alkali lakes can produce potMli. If it was proved that they cciuld; it would mean another gteat industry for this country. It is too important a possibility to be overlooked. wall street and government ownership Government owned railways cannot par,:isay8-tbe Wail Street Journal. We ore nulldbg seastm opening :np, .some effort ought to be made on the part of citizens to provide fur-th'er accommodation for newcomers If Southarn .Alberta raises a favorable crop this year there will be an influx of people to Lethbridga lit the next twelve-month that will surpass' the addition to tl^e city's population In the past jrear. We will need them to help cairr t ficti-' -aB passed In the following form: . , New Resolution : Whereas, the manipulation of grain prioeS' Vf speculators does not allow the j>rlc�^ of grain to be governed by Baturarsupply and demand. "BsLit resolved'that .we., the United Fiaraers' of Alberta, iitge thesDomln-ion government lb pass a law requiring that all grain sold- be delivered, and that all grain bought be received and pal* for." Mr. Rice-Jones declared that the U. F.A. should have a/man oh the committee which adjusts trades at the end of the month. Speaking for the Unit- ognitton of their valor: and bravery in bringing down 43, 31 and 10 machines reepectively. ed Grain Growers he stated - that it, was not impossible to do without the option market, and that ho for one wquld be glad to see it permanently eliminated. No Trade War Denouncing the alleged policy ..if "Imperialists" and "Reactionaries" to wage a Commercial war after the war, Professor >W. W. Swansonf occupying the chair of Bcbnoniics at Saskatchewan University, drew vehement applause atthe-ni'ght meeting Thursday of the United Farmers ot Alberta convention. � M The big audience -which filled th/| First Baptist church to .(;9paclty applauded the sentiments of the speaker Sophie Miner, twenty-five years old, when he called "The war after the employed at the Crescent Tea rooms, > war," a'plcayune policy taking no aeon Jasper avenue,/Bdmonton, was-�Srl count ottHe theory that what injures comprise tho new board tor 1918 as follows: Bow River Constituency-O. A. For-ster. Pandora Ltksal.. � Ekst and West Calgary - William Howe; Crossfield. Battle ittver-H. E. Spencer, Edger-ton. Macleod--S. S. Sears, Nanton. Ijethbrldge-^T, O. King, Raymond. Victoria--P;'-W. Smith, Sedgowick. East andjWost ^niontdn-Jos. Fletcher, Grande Prairie. Strathcona-C \V. Carroll, Leduc. Red Doer-Jos. Stauffor, Olds. Medicine .Hat-fC. A. Harris, Pair Acres. The following", is the complete list of those who accepted nominations tor vice-prosldeney yesterday: P. Baker, Pbnoka;'j. E^filoso, Cralg-myle; J. C. Buckley, Glelchen; J.^J. Cairusr Ml'rror;: A. J. H. Donahue, 'Foremost; S. S. Dunham, Lethbrldge; Mrs. 1. C. Freeman, WInnifred; W. J. ijackmkn. East Clover Bar; T. O. King, Raymond; J. W. Leedy, Whitecourt; E. il. Malcomo, Killam: Geo. McCom-ber. Quecnstown; Jf. W. Mollnoaux, Bawlf; Jas. Miner, Leduc; J.T, HovG/f, (Parkland; A. W. Sharpe, Lacombe; A petition presented to the Edmonton city councU asks that all stores shall be closed and no telephone orders taken between hburt^bf 6 p.m. and 5 a.m., and all day on holidays and Sundays, except- stores for sale of drugs, tobacco and cigars.and cbnfec-tionery, and these stores  shall be strictly confined to the sale ot the articles mentioned- ' - T. >H. Johnson, attorney-- gAieral and acting, premier, declared in the saulted and aiv^att'eali]>t was made at abduction by an unidentified man at 10.30 Friday night'.' The attempted abduction occurred - Oh 102nd street Just-south ot Jasper^iiyenue. She was flr%t grasped by the^arm, and then partially chloroformed through the medium ot a treatedc: handkerchief which was held-tOfh�?;nose. A |4 poll tax on every male perispn^ In the. city over 31 years old and under 60 has been decided i upon, by th^ Toronto board of control in cohnec-ktion with the-tax survey which it is f4ow making. This tax >ii; yield, it is estimated.v fSO.OOO annually to / the city. In addition, it is proposed to levy special taxes on Ice crean^ stands, on wagons, on lelectricians, local improvements, taxiis on cemterles, fees for the use of the parks for sports. Rice Shepbard, Edmonton; G. D. Shaw, Cayley; M. E. Sly,�trathraore; S. S. Sears, Nanton; H. E. Spencer, Edger-ton; W. D. Trego, Glelfehen. especially by the youBgi IttsitarlttM treatment is the,only war to ohaok It and at thir point the deetkr tNk /the opporunity to critldM tka batwb-men's choice ot the site (or the sro-posed provincial sanltariuai, tssylic that he couldn't see whf KanaiMMe had ben chosen unless It waa heaMS0i> It was the Isast deBirable ylsoe. .In the doctor's estimation Vbm only site (or a sanitarium that woqld larfe the.' purpose this wbb 'int�M*d to Berva, would be one that wM sarraundvd by a large tract of tarhi fpad. wharis the patients could he' employed Mt-of-doors at chicken iraiBiM.fardenlng or other light farm dqtiea, thftt would not dhly tit them'ta auppDrt thAnnelves, but would bo a reveaae. to the iBstltu-^ tlon as well. � \ Venereal Qltaaeaa _ In dealing with the question et ven-qroal diseases the doctor falS be proposed to call a spade � Bpftde Wi that ho felt sure hls with serioui surgical cases. One progresilve step Jtad been* taken Ini the (I'ee blood fTests which the province would provide In future.. , '� ~ In closing Doctor. Lincoln urged tlic women to tehch their boys and girln the truth and save thi^rfi from the mistakes past g^erations -hail made in this respect. CHILDREN NEE& FOOD-NOt ALCQHOL How careless it is to accept alcoholic niedicitfe for chidran wKen everybody knows that their whde health and growth depends upon correct Itdtf�^�ji4lf4li|r#a If your children are pale, listless, underweight or piihyt they absolutely need the special, cbncentrated food that only ones ' neighbor injures oneself. Mr. Swanson made a strong' plea for an effort by th^ allies, after the war, to regenerate the Teutonic race In. the ideals of humanity which were instinctive in the breast of all men, and their acceptation once agaliyln'the ranks of world brotherhood. Mr. Swanson's addres's was the prin-' cipal of the evening, other speakers included Professor A. G. Elliott, prin- aau BciiUB premier, uDtiarcu lu luc ----,---^' �_._-,,, Manitoba legislature th^ the proidnc-1 Ucensefeej^^^ �wvw.____ _ _ give!B,to_^iiniirther taxes. U;F.A.PREFERS' jll^t^iiAiiimroTy (('(INTINUEI* FROM FSOKT fTiOS'l tfci wishes ot the people he obeyed,'] and fBat conscription of wealt^ In the ta, and the United States forty-ilve !?��* "1?,^?**,?i and a third. Canada's exportahle sur- the farmers platform be put Into ef-plus of,wheatJB six times thai df the 'ect.� - V'SING THE BOY ONTHE'rARM ' Hon. Duncan Marshall in "Toronto t^e other.-day announced,that,-as a re-Eiult of a contereifce of'Officials at Ottawa, the farm labof probleih f^r tlie coming year had been solved. No details ot the plan were given bu^ we hope Mr. Marshall is right. However, that does not' ivillity the suggestion which* has beer asAde that groster efforts should he^put forth to make use of the high school boys ot the west to'help, out the-farm labor scarcity. The principal of Ute ,BIh-stalllng, a s.lmple .process Is making $800 a month out Ot dish water," jiald Dr. Stevenson.-. .''A. jjimili^rjnachine could he installed at Victoria hbgpit^l, and an equal amount saved, I am sur^." Furniture Specials in Here is a noble example of renun-claUon: - Israel ZangwllI, the famous Anglo^ewish novelist and dramatlsr, is (0i(|^o(Pk^ most ardent and active Zlealktf llTlnig. i JTbe- repeopllnr o^ PIMstlse with Je^B .Has long been his-moat oherlshed dream. And yet, In �^^eefnt address | in London Mr, ZangwllI said: rIf it comes to a matter 6( eichahgipg, and Belgium Were set off agalnBt Palestine,'l[.should say wlthOVt hesitation, 'Restore Belgium to tbe'Belfians and let the Turks re- st tks rursl duwl-watt �HsUfiod telS PAlestlse." Judge Laveil, of-^irigston; in bearr. ing appeals ,for exemption from military service, has come to the conclusion that a large number- of- tafmerii^ hereabouts are greedy and cajre more fo^ big .prices th^ to,faid ln;srftater .production. -He finds that manyfhund-reds.of b^ga of potatoes have been Joi^t by being frozen, beca^ie the farmers held them in expactaUon that they would g9t big pripes.; Judge Lsvell also finds that thers - are vt^, many cheese factories iq hi* dlBtrlct. ,8ome farmers have tact^riei that' (urR oiit only three or fpur chfe#�i�- d�r. *nd in.these cases the judfe h�a rftused exemption to >*�|-m�r�' ions who set as makers. ' Tariff on Maehhiery Tlio numefous resolutions dealing with the matter ot a tariff on farm machinery, allcaliing for.the removal of that duty, were combined In one resolution prepared by the'executive, The matter was thoroughly threshed out, every-delegate being strongly in favor of the general request, and tha.| resolution was finally sent .back fOr a second re-draft, to be pahsed on at a later session. Labor Saving Devlees In Addition to machinery, a clause wati added covering labor-saving derJ vices 'for the home. Delegate Irwin, of Barons, who spoke to the tesolution, said that farmers were being compelled to pay %m more on eVeiT bindpr they purchased, since the price of wheat had.been set, or oractlcally |8 advance per month. He siMtnmed the Implement .companies for: discharging their employees directly-after the''piit-breali of the'war, through the fear that there would be no 'demuid (or machinery, and now they wanted to make the farmers pay for that lyis-take, and at^the same time were advertising in the front and-hick covers of "every agricultural pullllcatlon: in the land, that they could not make deliveries'. .'^MTeieahU, -geti^plow shares, so vfh&VH tk'rnse of btrylitif tractors," he aaked^:� - y- .:' � "If the � government won't give us what we ask for in this respect, the union government will not stand very long," declared another delegate. The sentiment on this quoytion was extremely strong, and it was even suggested that the U.IUt-' tct'l'it rather artistic, bIIII at the �ame time! big /and .'oomy. The table has a 44 Inch top and'^x-.lends to 11 kinds of hard usage owing to KadHll. finish, as it is pfoctlcally Imrosslble to ninrk'it.; .  , - Suite consists of a large double door china cabinet, mnsplvo buffet, set of leather unbqistma, chairs and a largo extension table. Special' PricO of...... . fI51if5', $145 Williom and Mary' Suite in the Jacobean Finbh - Consisting o^ o lijrge 54 Inch buffett, ttti)e8try seateil dining room chairs and a five leg cKtenslon.: , table wlth*a 48 Inch top. Special Price. $122.75 $180.00 8.piece Dining Room Suite in the Solid Oali,for - - - - - -  / Comprising buffet and a Specbl . : six leather sealed diners, ,tiuiaBBlv� liodestal extension, nit ln^NIQl(4'0flll/ ' ' Floor Cb^erings ....., We HAVE JUST RECEIVED pUR SPRING CONSIOI^MENT OF pLD .iT?V I.HIOI.|y|!5|| Floor Oildotli, 2 yards Wide at Linoleum, 2 yards wide at $1.90 and 12.25 Inlaid Linoleums, 2 yards wide at : v : $3:25:� I4.0JI Dunqleum, New Process American Goods at----........... f 15fP ]Baw Uthbridg;e't Complete H99ie Farnitliers ;