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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE UmiBWDGB DAILY HERAI-H 1917 letfobrioije Deralo Ictbbvftge, Hltxrta 3 A I LY AND W E E K LY Subscription RaltV. Dally, delivered, per Daily, delivered per year ......15.M Dally, by lUalL per In- mail, per year by mall, per year lo TELEPHONES Duslness Office "55 Editorial OlBce W. A, Buchanan President and Director John Business Mauagel Dales of expiry ol subscriptions ap- pear ilsily oil address libel. Accept snce i'l parers iiller eiuiraUoil date 1 our authority to continue the sub- scripilon. Your King and Country Neet You Right Now! THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR >t Canada (or less tliau ttve years will in lb.fi provincial elections on June 7th. Xo .alien enemies haTO jecu naturalised since the war be- gin, nearly three years unless, It may be, ou the inlstiie or-a Judge. Citiiem ot alien ro iislurallied Iniffledljleli- prlpr lo lie outbreak ot the. war, must hsta been In Cana'ia'ot'lfas'l three. before Uinl-llmo', Ihus.Jbo that no clllzeris 'gi'.'aHcn will vole In {irM-election uot been IB th'e country at Meast sli years. aiiQ that I? one ruorq year than Col. Currle's bill calls for. Col. Currle docs not ask Ihit. all citizens of alien enemy blrtb dls frfcm-hised. RS Alberta -Conservative leaders have been OaE-waviiiK for o IDS this cauipatgn. His vievvs are juoJeraie. as Ihcy should. Dut as a matter ot fsct. !Iio slien enemy vote "issue" rather sol [rom the Conservative tills campslsn. Leader Hli-l-eiMr- didn't know wliero be stood on tbf juaitcr. Messrs. Blow aci Tvicedie were sure tbil every alien should be disfranchised forlbwith i.rn-Gcroiaii flem.eol ivould.elect Siiion" The Kttounton Journal sorl of lieliiiit anil between. Here Is what (bey said Lr duty it tbe Stratbcona Hpltil, resident phy- iclaij vlih a pay ot capUln in autdfan Lieut' II." F-Tftylor, C. o[ G.. Is of com to lake place o :apl. U.K. llaiuDS.'Sviio loll for over lime direciors filled two -acancles, W. D. Reid and J. K, L. Itoss to lha directorate. dividend ot one per cent, on com- mon stock was declared. Word bas been received al Niagara Falls o[ tbe deaib In Los Angeles of David Thorbuni, last surviving sou o[ .he late David Thorburn, M.I1., of Qucensloo, Dot. John T. Lading and Lee Lindsay, of HallburUm, Out., are believed la bare been drowned. A canoe in. whicb Uiey started up Crap laVe has been found capsized. The Winnipeg: board of control has recommended lo the city council (bit the playgrounds commission be pro- Tided with for operating ex- penses during ihe year. On account of wounds and disabilities developed In Ihe trenches In France, Major A. C. Landalc (151U Light Horse) Fort Garry Horse, and Honorary Captain and Quartermaster D. D. Xiblock (lath Light Horse) Both battalion, are struck off the lists of tho Canadian expeditionary force Hon. J, M. DouglM, Inspector at supplies. Military District 13, will M tellered from duty and returu to Ivll lite June 30. Ctpt, Edwards-JaclHw, (tagetOD, 100 cf Sir L. P. has died ot wouads it tbe bat He of In Mircb. he was mcutlone4 In dtspalcbes. LJeut. MdntRonjeTy-IKll. cj Cilgary, late of thesis! batUlloD.-hn been glveri an appolutmcat In the rorestry conipahy. Southern Alberta unit, rant nf Iteutccict. Sergl. Lorlng H. fuiman has betn given a commission of He u tenant tu Lhe railway construction draft thai Is boluE rnJsed !n Ucut Put man wus a sergeant in thn battalion duly a short time ago- Major Carl F. Harlman. signal of Ccer of Ihe U.S. caslern'dfslrfcl. has Issued tvu appeal to thousands o: former telegraphers lo report for spr vice al some point where an opera lor eligible for active military dul> may be released for the signal corjis Among .those lu Field Marshall Sir Douglas Hall's lalMl list of pi Qiohtluo tor dls- serv-lce U Ml-s H. S, Sharp, a lUS nane ot the lUrvard unit of the nurslQK seri'lca. Joseph IMlloridn, Vsed 3S. and his ton, Thomas, aged rlO. ot XVluJscr. were 'drowned 'In tho Detroit river. The sou fell Inlo llio rlvor wbllo tlsli- lug and the tulher losl Ms lite while attempting lo sate lue boy. Capl. Charles- r.'MeCallum. ot Cut- gary. who Ictt wllh thu first contin- gent of the C.A.S.C., and was promot- ed on the flehl to rank. was recently menlloiicil In General IIMg's Untry. fs for cnnsplcuoua gal- Wage Increasea amounting to HUout .SKi.MM) a year hive been granleil to more thau S.OQ6 shopmen and fore'. own ot the Louisville and railroad, whose- iilne-hour day WRB ro- tn eJcfat. The purchaso ot Ihe Rtt Lumber conipauy'i mill at by the Xcewatlu Lumber compauy.. took plies durli't the pait week. It Is cot the Intention ot tho company to ouer.- ke tho mill iiurlu( the presenl but neiU (all a.larie number, ol will bo lilicej In wdwls la get Ipis.tp kffp bdWnillls tun nine- ffioii out The bishop ot Ontario has enpolut- ccl Canon Drockvlllo nnd Car.on W. P. Fitzgerald, Kingston, as his examining Canon Fitzgerald as chaplain and Rev. It. C. Blagrave, Uollerllle, as honorary chaplain. Lord Aberdeen, former governor- general ot Canada, arrived at Iho vsr- llament buildings to call upon Str Wil- frid Laurler and v-'as held up al (he door by the Dominion policeman whose duty. It Is la. Keep out anyoue not firmed ;wfth the accessary ticket ot admission. was com- pelled (o wall at (ho door until be sent In card and It received Iho OJC. ot Lho the leader of .the Ho sub'ialtlcd to the procedure without protest. the federal Norll Baltletord, Jut purchased the TCDJ-J toutliful ot }lat pa lluo. The ranch coft kla flM.WW. It Is icres In eaten! ind (he wle Includes hones. It lakei IfO of feaclBf to eucompaBs U. Thtiiut. If tae gnsa country. Jt Is calcukted that-they V.HI cut from 3W lo long of ItesUlea ptalur- Int (hja Tbrco thousand meo, mostly young. Attended an antl-conacrlptlon mecllng at Miotbrookc, Quo., atiU paraded llio town. An angry olTlcei seized a bus- liet of eggs and bombarded (he crowd, bul was overpowered by num- bers anil smeared with the eggs. He vis roughly handled, hut not Injured, before the- police lulervened and he was released. Leopold do HollischlW died at his home at Lelghlon Eng.. after au Illness ot six weeks. Mr. do lloths- child was 1Z years old. niul was the tblrj BOH of Uaron Lionel lie Roths- child, founder of the English branch of the fsiuoua banking house. For many years prior to Ihe war, 51r. de rtothschlld was a prominent figure. In KiiBllsh raclne circles, and In ]90J his horse St. ArutnL, won the Derby. ANOIHERPLOIIO HAII MM ColumLus, Ohio, 31. A p{ VfU. Xnllooa) JleatlquartorB In this cfty organized to Induce youof racu of nillllary age over iho Uullcd SlilQ3 to refrain from registering for conscription neit Tuesday Lies been uucovcrcd by tbe iUte and inont secret service according to an QimcuucentBnl made Uila af- ternoon by Governor Jameg M. Details of the plot which was aMd to have extended ttilo many stales be- came known when U, S. MarihnUs raided the1 print shop and olikc at South High Street, where prac- tically all pro pa panda literature was printed and distributed, It was slat- ed lhat Iho plot appeared to be veil J. J. Dowlen, membor [or (luanced and well qrgaulzed. D EJ C Men of Lethbridge this new experience (o have resigned under pressure to accept the Conservative nomination, and ir defeated can have. Iris old job .Ihe department.. back again. The hp..eMhaii-thou erowd-.iare pulUcg some pretty raw stuff in UiJs campaign. 'lo accuse'ihe city com icr. Rutherford gave more e Side of 'not accounting for sev- to Alberta than thousand dollars from.. the sale Slfton This 'Is' Blrange some bonds: and If Mayor Hardta 'rom was one to prove to us tLat our "cljarEes1 he first lo.get.'to In Ihe without foundatloD and prodaccd lature when -the Grea_t: proof from all Ihe' parties ccac'ern- charges were sprung. and- In the deal; and 'if we went out Dr. Fxulherford" tor inefficient the highways and byivays, wberc istration. l vere unacquainted -with the and the denials with proof, ,Kome of our ConbervatlTe repealed those charges; what _lond of lalTtliig about Iho people think ot us? What "hordes of ciril serranls from would we have to consideration? itoi) who 'are campaigning (h this yet that Is what Leader Slichen- and also about the and-hls band. are doing energy on road But the length and breadth of tive headquarters In Cai'dston U .Is the stork In trade ot perilously 'Rear a certain campaign. And ths people on KOvernmenfcfflce, a certtln 7lh will show Mr. Mlchener and government officer wfcio Itnows cohorts what they Ihlnk of his In- 'campaign ropes. Is speading a lot against the government by his time piloting Mr, Smith round Hon. A. L. Slllon and his district, while up In by a stronger majority than Ibe opponent of Hon.rtOancan That will.be the proper answer shall Is understood on- good tuclivdlrty taciics. Conseryative I tntirnidating Bulletin.) followers (istilng (or For la.cjolle Their criticism, It will be not- Ihe ftp'rjoMtldn rilsfng' 83 ao Is not directed toward the argu- in this campaign the question raised by the women, but to Tfhcthor or not the women are lo fact that It Is'vfomcn who ralso accorded In practise those arguments. If there Is any mean- rlgh.19 .lo which they have teen to their attacks at all It is that ralttejl The three Just. because they are women, candidates 4n Calgary hayo no business obtruding their upon perElstent and moat bitter upon the public. And the tempt lo discredit, humiliate conceivable ruirposo that can or- timidate women who address such attacks Is a hope that the fellow-electors In. behalf of whose Inconvenient arga- candidates and. In support of the cannot tc answered clfccllTely ton government. If Ihese he scared off the platform. II In new and unheard-of that any such Issue should for political honors It Koiiltl not been raised, parllcularly that It fair to boll Mr. Mlcnincr and Ibe have been raised by men whose position l-esponilTjIe for prominence reflects tho domin- course, Cut all three were imposition In one of Iho parllet of Uc'Iste legislature, and among (or the privilege of direct- moat prominent membera on Iho the affaire of the province. Dut, position nldc. Mr. Tweedle has having been raised, II Is for Ihc by force of character and ot the province to say by the r Die real leader of the opposition Jn whether they propose 'to de- Q houxe. Mr. Hillocks has licdD and taSe Itie position of equal- loag-rllfitaDce talker of tbe In clllzeusnlp to which the law tingent, and, the main, dependence given them right, or whether they those frequent occasions when It willing (o be retegiled to i lUtos o deemed vhecee arjr to ratke. a citizenship somcvhat lower than K slrallon_Jn language signifying accorded lo men. rf the n nf, has'oosed ai the by MCE am. Tveedle, Hill- position expert In' tho vtvtectlon or 1 mls.-lnfomiatlon Blow CMnei and n. 'D'nd railway 'ma (tors.- 7-ftm three ft-q. flee; cno temper ami BpVrlC'of la (old (o lalco ow tri n opnniillon toward the women far more inaa the strictly to It .tinder 'pwully o Men, iu ill, you fry ii-f Your foce-kds ail to .gain emd yqu've game to make this experiment Try) Mermen's Shaving' Ctearii Icnlay, or to-monow morning. Jslever mind if you do happen to have half a cake or half a stick of shaving soap on hand now. .Thai will keep. You can go back to it later if you want ,to. It isn't a case of switching from one fairly good soap lo another fairly good soap. Mennen's Shaving Cream will give you an entirely new shaving experience. See if we aie hot right. Mennen's is more than simply a soap it is a practical, scientific cream whose lather softens the beard arid leaves the face cool and comfortable. Mennen's doesn't dry on ihe face nordoes il require "rubbing in." preparation that' took three years' expfrimeiilin" loproducc Ike righjiyorttnula. Here ii the proceo': Wet jrour brtnh in eilhei hot or coM, hard or wiler, squeeze, hall an men of Mennen'i Cream inlo il U worki up iraUally into a rich, KnootK lalher Tntn you ViJ for y outtcK more convuicingfy than we lell how lutcly Mcnnn'i iatrti. horn others- How it die' quictrtl, lather, you etef uted. How il 'worki equflr weB with all kbdt of mlef -hot, Kaid, toft- How il don.Mt on the face. How it' How it loTci jos (ace moodi and good. How i! luka a looon tfteiwarii unniuaaj. How h.K an ioch will Uthcr (he face there it Be tat lo read ihit a wrapped atouod the tobt'. AH the Ulking we can do might not cooyiBce you Menncn's Sjinviag is belter. Bu( we beKere one So wil) you Iry il) On your home lo-rugril buy a lube o( Mennen'i SUmg Crem and in the morning make trie experiment. By lime lo-raoftow you will KNOW whether we are right :T- IfaJi in Canada al Mmlml If GiWENNEN CHEMICAL CO. Sola Agtnli: HAROiJ) F. SlTfUIE CO., LU., D nnd protective. Retains all Ihe high of Mennert qiiAlitf. HAS K disline- IEVC perfume pacdftge a hil willi the maac If ymr Is oat. of stock this Coupon k, tweoto Nmu------------------------......._...... ;