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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta i oun '..THE DAILY OAlbV ANO j _ RaUo: Subscription delivered, per weeX- delivered, per year by lOc 45.00 .Weekly, by cioll, by mall, per year to V.S..J2-OI1 TELEPHONES p-Jltbrtal Oillco 1JH VI. A. Buthanan liniElng Dlrr.clor John Tofrance Business alanigs Dales ol esplry of subscriptions Tieaj; it'ly on address label.' Acce irifc ot papers after esplralloil dale Is to continue the subscrlp- Hon. u-oiulera how tt. Is iuauy lisvo coiae; Canada, The natural Rllsvver Is that Canndn Is ready to bundle [bpin: Dul lliero Is'another answer, Tall Ihe WaBhli'iBloii Kovcmrueiit udviscil sgnlnst American capital Investing In IlriUsh and Frcni'h treasury notee. This naturally meant, t llrllaln enjl France would IIAVO lo pay sold U. S. (or muulllons, mid In order that tho rate of exchange be- tween America anil tho ulltcil nations inlghl bo kept bounds, millions of dollars of gold were being poured Into New YorX to pay for munitions manufactured In ttio States. overcome Hits, new orders for PASSING MAN Chatham W.C.T.U. stands opiwsctl to EG to Eoldlers, by' resolution iIiog. cigarettes munlllo'ne, Inslead o[ liL-Ing placed Charles A -Mayor Martin, of Montreal, Is suing Iho Ottawa.' Journil (or (SO.M'O for nllegel libel. M. J. O'Coonor, K.C., o[ Ottawa, las been niipolnlril collector r.f in- land revenue (or Otttwa. United Stales, placc-d In Cana- King and Country need right'now! J.. .THE PROGRESS 'OR THE WAR of tho EOverest figlitlnE o( the in' progress on Ihe'iiorlhern Giliclan front, where Iho Hussions are taltllns wilt ihe German troops over tho frozen marshes ol llie Hifa re- gion. In a new.offensive they developed Recently. The Germans have con'cen- (rated -largely (j nieel Iliesa attacks, hud Ihe success ot (he Russian offeq ".tin baa opparenfly thus far been only :'lnterniiUcnt. German headquarters da, millions of dollars of which had been plnccd In Iho States wero cancelled. WhnL u-lllnieau to Canada It Is Impossible to tell, an yet, but It should mean that Canada.will receive In Increased trntto. alTnoac enough sold to pay for her share hi the war. But .It will mean something larger. England, Franco and HiiEEla will know, after the war, that'Canada was able (o tnebt their laurtp tor munitions si a when munitions meant victory, and they I not be likely lo forget It. Canada may therefore expect Lo be In a posl- llon of a natural preference with these nations.after the war, and what Cana. da will supply, they will buy In Cam K.O., o( Mon- treal, has been'appointed a puisne- Judjo ol llie Superior C'durl, Mrs, Robeit Elloll, o( tlio High Secretary o( Lhe Canadian .Order of Foresters, Is dead at UranKorJ A receiver has.'fcevn tor the Florida Kverglades YVM, Involving acres. pf .Hud and GCO.OQO. A pearl found In. an" pysler by John Roacli, of Xow York, lias been valued by Jewelers at one, thousand Jollnrs. George P. Chicago, wtylo swimming it Honolulu, killed when he' struck on u coral reef, breaking Lie neck. Mrs'. Ethel Sii Chuuf.'.whlte widow da. And Canada's experience and j of a phlneset ivjll; inaYfy, Sherniai equipment In the manufnclure o( mu-j Charging Sioux .Inilin, an nltions Is tolas to stand her In stead In )ioMlng[ tills .trade Thea peace Is declared. The only regret now la th'al more vigorous eiiorls were not made Immediately after tho Statement of yesterday claims a vlc-i outbreak of tbe war >to equip Canada for German Iroops along fl front lo, handle much of the munition busi- ness which went to the United States of "war Daolos" In sii miles on the Russo-Galiclan 'line, while in the Turil district __rthe Russians -Live repulsed counter ol the Geroitns. On Lhe western front loiV attacks Ibc an every day occur- -'rence, and. are carried out with suj- Ecinth of the Somme Ibe Syr- Vjnans delivered a attack this was beaten ofr ;by French. There, has been no confirmation the tie'- Herman- -raider, active In the, south Atlantic. Evidence lo hand that this ship Is a South American liner which left Kam- bure some time ago, breaking through' tbe British blockade. Thn Greek government has formally ipologized to tho enlenle.for tho oul- rases committed b'y..Greek sr.'diers in i Brins on allied troops.In Dccsmher.' American. Icdu.-: tries. A HOT ROAST FOR PRESIDENT WILSON J. probably- It vis the ePith of Ail I _ they will live on tho BLoux rcscrva Ion In South DakoU.' An adverllaemenl In a New York cwspapcr reward fo return of -lost ;gehis. 'valued a A re'ntv was received slat ng that Iho gems "would'be returnc' a reward of was-paid. Oul of the ,total strength of th' 05Lh- Battalion 350 mei were declared to be not quite up ho physical Bla'ndanl' reciulred To machine trained bombing, reach Ibe'operation of lie Lewis automatic rifle.-; mJral Dewey, of.the U. S. navy, who always--bad a kindly' word (or the mother'of navies, which accorded him pleating supporl against demon at rations by tbe German squad- ron at Manila Day, lial Incited a Dos tonlan. fo pen Ihe "following magnlfi cent eiample of directed.lo rccebUy: MACHINERY FOR FREE -v It in 22 ma If had broken Into j-dur'rielga'lwr's house and killed rom brute liaj then attacked your neighbor's wife and daughters Bestial buLra'gea. .jupon the have been .death's In tne past year -which would hava b e ed had-; there; been proper aid and ho'spitil'- facUilles. This figure Is arrived al-by a provln- L clal whlcb set out to In rural 'munlci- pailUes" in 'faror> of free hospitals. The' other'" day- in Edmonton Lhe "United Farmers of Alherla in conven- passed a resOluHon. favoring free1 {rural hospitals. ,At lha convention of Rural iiimlcipallUea to be held In Cal- o gary next month the mailer will come H has become a live question in and passed' the reso- i. "iution stagp; No one doubls the need i of better hospital accommodation In murucIpalfUea fn this province. is. just a matter of getting Ihem establlshe'd- vTncnrTs machinery for t establishing rural schools. Why" should 5; .not be similar machinery for ,lne establishment of rural hospiLals. Education and health ate bolb neces- zary for Ihe welfare of our. people. you had gone to the rescue lhough.--'pborly prepared, "and ha (ouBhl'your best [or over two jcars And if one of your other neighbor had- done nothing to 'help, and ha told hia family that they.must'be ab- Eolutely..neutral even In tbls' neitral neighbor ba made to' get yonr cui iomers away from youj" while yo were necessarily absent from you asl I In a test case oh jile at Los Angeles In the Federal the United securing. "a.vatraDgle upon MbeiStates Government asks- that ihe assassin y'b'-lhal. lie, sufldenlj- became- property K. -Tanigonil, toVn council Jus fiade n grant o'f yur month )o tho intrlotlo fund. Tho Women's Protective) IJSai Df the Yukon urs clrculallnj relltlons, alor to bo aent to Ullawn, nskluf (or he frauculEc. There aro 3.6S2 Vatteoui'tr imrrled neii. falliera ol fainlllos hi Ilio rcuclres, nrnly bases or IratjiEng camps In Iho Old Counlrles. The ManlLoba government phones ehow a profit for Ihe IriBl v'car o( on.tlio Invest; Suencer'Douse, England'Die pfofii erty of Karj Sfeucer, has been lilacbd at Iho disposal of the g'ovornnifht. rent frea, until llie closo ot Hie John Coodwlllle was elet'led prcal! denl of YVellHnd fcounly Agricultural ioclety. which JccldeJ to.again Loltj a field crop competition. Guards at the1 Rc'uilngton Amis. _ Ammunition-Co. riant uonn.i discovered n German nicasuri Ing fences. Up was John Charles' lUnn, of sergeant In tho battalion, under the alias of'Albert K. guilty lo a charge o[ bigamy, n'nd wa sentenced to four years In. penitentiary. He had four': wives] Tivo thciii ajipeared In court against him. cx-innyor of Winnipeg, was one q( tho row -L'oyk'. ttcccnlcd at for Ilia'Atlantic division of Ihe'Royal Canadian Naval .Volunteer llennrve, Syro UirouEliout -Uritlsh 'I'Uia Kalhgr-of .Ti Is dead .at .Victoria, "oVej bullillng'dono Keurrow ilurlug aumflor ;andl fil) tpfj Iho greater Tliomaa-Uslor illcd- at. Rose1 vear, -Alta.; "on paturdBy-'and was {akVa to rQr'Inlei-njent, Dr.- came.'1 fro'iii thVj'ears a'so. Virgil P. Kline, V3, pcrepnal nttor- iiey of John I) .Itockefellor, died of apoplexy, -at Cleveland, O. -Ho was wldclj' known an sn .iflcr-dlnncr Tlij' ,'wjjl Joseph rtecc.liani, Khose, .death., occurfcil. last .'October, was :swornr for" prpbatc at -Lonilon vML1 hold' Juno 2S jui.5 TJie "cstfttn.: Jinioimts -'toi can Ills ctoct n.' new service that aul.-Col, W, commander ,oC ihe 9UL "Elgin hatta lp Eng laful.' a, veteran or was about tb-lcava fqjr frVance when -jtrloken. Dally company, In a tlial lie litul tc- pt'o 'ot IJlio Daily because in Llio nj men] I ct tho past by for tUu (irst r'rpncli'Caiimlla'ij-' ri'djlilciit or Ilcv, Stales ono of ULO Lest knowii ProsbyfeYlan clerByiuen Hie Tornicr etlUor or Hie ".Hcil smldenly lit thci'Mnnso{ T-oiulon- X. o[ In antlclpallou- bal- JaHon, which Is at lEainU-' ton, will 'overseas, tho ladloa'.-qiE'. Knltbu-. nnOf Duffcrtii Countlca iirescntt aol of .corps vvilli a At Ihe Patriotic Fund-luncheon at laniJItfi'n, twelve contrib ytcJ lo tho fund, wera -auctioned off n and. realized "1231, sciue dozcti lofa ".the .fabulous prica, cvea In Iheae; limes ol high prioes, of 130. An -Into EmugsilnE jcraiiuiii covering nearly two yejSTS' concluded iy Mre.-M.-A.- .Ottawa, .pecia] .officer oi the Customs pre- 'enliTe E err ice. U" Is sild that bc- veen .-mil has hccn cpllccled Minneapolis lers will suh Ecrlbc apprqsimalely to the new British loaik, I s' estimated the Mill City. 'It waa said for nearly'Lhat'amount'b'aYe come lo Ihe banks and trust, companies' smcAndr Wouldn't you consider him a man oj rare dlsccrbmenl? "Ahd, Wouldn't you wish that people that were, too proud lo fight were also too mud to write? And, f .Wouldn't, you tha happy; happy, Cririsiraas Des Homines. .-.-Pie. Taylor says inat Ihi Germans start something, the alllc: finish. It. It -was Fritz, who startci IhlgVar.- Now.he would like to dull but tlie TiflalyVallies won't lei him: ,.Mne Bchool boys of Ixithbrldge trie lojenllil haTy. the" other nigh The boya'aia showing thu young me the way (o do Itelr duty. In Ifill Tlon. Bob Rogers was halle ai the roan who settled the coal slrlk In District No, IS. That wag a 'o blafi. Now thai there la sand In th bluff Rogers et al made lo Ihe ope atpra, lion. Bcb leaves Hon. Crolhe to eo It alpne. fe of a Japanese really dealer, it to the. It is 'contended lost her citlzensnlp .when she arnert a Japanese; Women will not be permitted lo raclice laiif In Brllain Is-thi; lawyers n prevept a m'eeling oE e .General -Bar, over hich F. mllh a "resblulton. "asking ie; '.'consider', a port upon" 'Of mak- Z uly 'qualified, irbraah la.-'lhe protes- on" was ovenvhelmlnglT defeated Rev. Herbert" C. formerly rincipal .of Huron' Divinity, College, T London, Ont, and a special p'reach- r of St. Paul's 'CatheditlJn that ty, and afterward rector of St. homaa' chnrch, Hamilton, -tiled re- ently nt hla In. Vancouver (tc'r leaving JlamilfoV he was rector f. several-churches ,in England. He ad for five ears. He leaves a widow, but uu alldrc-n. ,_ _' Allhoiigh the-ParHahienlarla_ns liave aken possession of the Royal Victoria luseum at Ottawa and have disposs- ssed Canada's National Art Gallery, ood use In Ihe meantime, 13 being made ol lhet.plclurea" which form parl t the exhlhltlona are held or vrlll be held soon In Halifax, a'n'd Moose Jaw. 'Thla Ia_ In Uric' with the policy of Lhe directors. IQ Inaugurate system of -loari'exhlblttons lo re- iable art societies, -notllea In Can ada having proper for their exhibition could borrow from twenty lo thirty pictures a; ye'ar'wlth th option of renewal' or exchange at the end of a year. ,WHY CANADA GETS BIG MUNITIONS CONTRACTS H. W.'.Wood bas been re-elect president.of Uie United Farmers by acclamation. U Is a gre. were told the.olber honor man who has be tanada had munitions orders on hand spoken of as Ihe "Ate Lincoln of value Ot about right-ma I Jhfs J31 a slagEerinff amonnt, and one i. In .Ihe rfght place. Be Careful the liver and bowels regular, by the timely and helpful aid of j PHIS 'f 'iv Goods w rnces at this This is an i wiecan jiiiciVittnccs1 i; VELVET, in1 red! CORSETS. ?6. Going LUSTER. 51.75." Sale You will have fo hufryifor Ladles' Linen at Table Oil, Cloth Reg, 35cUoc. Safe. Price "Ladies' ilose Worlh 45c, Golrg al Stainless Hose Going at weeds A few suits left: Going at g. Sale Price Price BOYS' SWEATERS Regular Stm'Siilc OVERCOATSf i Lhe hlitory slore have we Eold as many mens suits and over 'coaO as we have, during Ihls, our grealest sale. You will find the rensbrt by' looking over the quality an'd price. j. "Reg. .Suits. Sale Price Jlcgi 629.0Q.mid Sale Price llegular rSlB.pO.' Sale Price Work Your Purchase Guaranteed or Money Refunded Men's Caps At Actual Cost Tr 49c and up Sweaters Below don't liny one'-nttW.-yoi .Vm regret It. !v vershoes ft. Men's Felts tic, r. Ti Laced or 1 i 3 Sale The Western Third Avenue S. "Where Your Dollar 'Does ;