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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR nm I.GTHIUUDOE- SATURDAY. JUNK 2, 1917 Icthbrifrgc, 9AILY AND WEEK LY Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per week......10 Daliy, delivered per yesr ......S5.00 Daily, by mall. year......... Weetly. bv mail, per by mall, per yesr to V.S..f !.CO TELEPHONES fiuslncfs Office H -Editorial Office............... If W. A. Suchpnan anil Manafiine Uliector John Torrance Uuslness Manager Dales ot ciplrj- o( subscriptions ap- pear daily on address label. Accept- ance of papers after eiplraUon date Is our authority to continue the sub- scription. Your King and Country Nted You Right Nuwl THE PROGRESS OF THE The Germans have apparently giver Dp all hope of a separate peace wiih and ere hastily transport's fcuns and trocpa to Tlusslan front In eipeclfliiou of a renewed offeusivi jrerr. from lhal quarter. Jn fact, lie ttn mans eipfd cow lhat a combined of-lever.r ninsactloiis id laa provluce ou the lusls s profit ol 55.000 per mile lu ImllUUig the llaes. Mr. Mlcb.ener doesn't tell us be gels the figure ol per mild except that reputable engineer hail glveu him Ihe Spires. If we remember cor- rectly, iiuneTsr, Dr. of Calvary, first made the charge, ia the House thai McArlhur was making per nille out of the railways of the pro- vluco. Dr. Is understood to bare travelled over tho lines In.qucs- tloD and to have vleweC the lines from the rear platform ot the train. Ills sfclU as a physlcan enabled him lo dissect each mile as he went alouy, and Ibis survey, together nilh a talk to a section foreman, reeullej lu his PICKED UP IN PA SSI A? G Arthur .Major James dlrd suddenly al bis home la .Niagara CbiUiain civic jnirrJiaslnp board is aellliiR iirovlslons flt uiui-b lower piicet Ibaa lire quoied !u tlie market. The London. Out., trades and labor couni-il labor should be it.preseni.vl in any coalition goveru- ineiiL lo be MelhoJiii miula-lera and laymen ot t central Toronto district. Johu Kennedy, for' many years a farmer al Scarboro. Out., died sud- denly from heart failure. James P. of SI. Johu, N.H-, resident pf the Tender N'oU Works, U deait tpj1 Oumslead. of Bum- Sons, lumber merchants, dEed at his residence Lu Owen Sou nil. De- ceased was 52 years cf age. Among a list ot names of Canadians honored for nieritoripua servlco at inlle out or the people ol lace- Then reeard lo the puiracieea on lhe Hues. Mr. Allebecer's if- still wore unite. Tho Dominion sovprnmrnl special railway commission recently ItnmsM out a re-' port on the values of ihese la1 whclh they sbovrd 'he valuq of the lines was in every 40 to 150 per cent, pro.iter ihan the amount fur which the lines were guaranteed by (he Alberla EOTern- meiu. The report signed by Sir Henry IVayfon: President or the New Vorfc Central arid J Acworlh 5 noted English railway profit of the selective form at irom. appears i'mii -i of Iho recommendations of ihc board of arbitration. The following Cutiadian chaplains iave gone overseas: Caplaiu? G. T. J. J. Gaudc-t. Tavlor. H. J. Allen. E. Hughes, J, J. fully and J. TisT were prepared to bai correctness of lhe report. In But -Mr. Mlrtiener fensirc Is beiog prepared on alMrontaUays -'Poo. pooh." lo .the report of and aic'acUns accordingly. They says. mho spf-culatlos on 1bo possibllliy el a naval'fight in Ihc near future.' French amnirllfeti bavf repuls- ed on ihe west j again. The official statement of the i DrilJch contains ihe information thai British atrmen are concentrating; o.n attacks bii izilliary quarters Germans JD the Belgian towns'of Zeer hruEgSi Qsicnd BrugeS, _, ire making a renew- ed preparation Tor an allr.ct on Lens. MR. MICHENER AND; HIS ROAD PROMISES.' ID bis Fpecch at.Map-ath the.other J10WOO.OOO on Toads; that British Co- a J-BW for tie- four years, hut, that, Alberta uLpum "Mr.L. Mlchener Ihese conimissiancrs'mcrelV' Kent to and Ma on and ashed for Tol their -the .per ITiej- are written on." Then Mr. lichener proceeds to Lell us of the hold McKenzie and Mann Te'oo lie Sift on government, men- ming not a word as to how he r.r lives-at the figures he-uses in doing Then, the. opposition eider-reiterates, his line, of insinua ions regarding the relations be twee a 'remier Sifton, Sir. Burrows, Clifford Slftpn aod J, D. Vhlch he ould .'spend five- as j a-jmilliou anoj-a-quar ".ter Lo Two a half n year Coiaparison'" of-.AjlffrU'etroad -diOons to CJiKVrUla IB ow- o( Ihe Michenw.' jokes ofi the California' buiJds" good roads Ihecause it In, a. Tnounlainoos coun .Iryi and road 'is built at atl II must a treat deal oC mooer, and so good raids ere built, prillsh Co luinbla Is 'In a similar 'position. Bui "in Alberta the-pld prairie trail was a pretty fair road. AVhea Ihe barb-wire lo-herald the approach ol the fanner, and road allowances bad to be' opened 'up, (lie necessity o making roads became' To inaka and maintain all the roads Mr Hlchener cp'nleads the dls should', hare would, break all thi of government of thi .Mlchener know r'ery veil. But Alberla Is uol aflc tourist traffic as Is California, need worth o Toads'.jiisl at present. Mr. M'lcltene "nor any other man could not tnalt 'and maintain letter ID (he pro Tioce tho present gucernmen Tlthoul spendiDg more money Iha tie protlnce can afford to spend a "Mlchener's promise the' roadH'.queattoJi a alUy i catcher1 which will not appeal lo lh fanner who knows (hat he can't roadf and Mg wheat rrops. j :''ltirfilenlally, Ihe farrocrg know that nine limes til of ten the roads In Ih'e, country are' -better than those In Ih4 In the towns iuch more Ume 'fs spent in an effort lo keep the streets In Jhan couJrl be spent In on a simitar atretch oi road. .The Cardslon livery man who shipped from of the elalo of the. roaJn In. the Cardstop, djglrlcl probably ilftfn'l gain anything for. (here arc no roads lo the Card- lion conBtllupncy vh'lch, are Just quite EO Impassable as Canl-lon's main filreet in weather. r, ri AICC at tho ling ai .Tuliiiittii. IKJpuUr Ollan nthle'.O. is awarded iho Military Cross. The s trite ot MaoUoba Roveruiueut Lieut. N'onuan J. opcrutors >and plant men j was atlsched to Portaeo la Prji'lrlc s teen averted -by their acceptance lit a uch ol Hie Unok o( URS Albert Porter, of. Niagara who aiieu'Jed Ulshop Hfdley col- an awarded the MlHwy Crosp for bravery on the field. B. P. Lancaster Ims bceu "recciu- luetidcu ,L5 Gt. Miry'e, Oat., new niaslcr lu jilaco ol T. O. Hpbspn.-re- slKHed, subject to ratification by Iho insfmaster general at Ollawa. R II. MacLauchlln, Calgary, Courtli year prize man in medicine at. .McCJll; IID is also winner of the" Jo-1 Virchased by his Lome cityUo'Fraueelsepli Hills prize In therapculics ami anil yas Killed on'duty, was.ujrieJ nt.'honors IQ Ills asEregato of. all sub- eara FaHs. Ijecls. family ilory as JL H is the W_ Fraser ol Winnipeg, live stock coinmissioner, rocclvcd lhe rows that his only son, Allan, was ac- cidentally killed at! Deaeronto, Ont. boy, who was'19 years old, Jefl Manitoba university niter his second year there last month, to join tho Royal Flylcg corps. Thorburn Allen, of Calgary, the re- tiring secreLary pft the Southern Al- berla branrti ol1 the Canadian Patri- otic fund, was the recipient ot a hand- some filled travelling bag.'VhlcJi was presenteil 10 him by tHe members ot the staff. Major Peregrine Acland, son of F. A. Acland, deputy minister .9! labor at Ottava, lias-returned home in Oilawa after having been severely TYOUDded eight months ago. His wounds were so severe that.his life was for a time .despaired ot ;and his recovery Is regarded as almost mir- aculous. He was first itml fn (he chest, but lhe bullet diverted from i. C. Frltcli, ivlio lias ueon manager of (he Canadian Northern railways for lour yi-.ira at Toronlo, having come (o the'rond from (he ChU cafio Great railway, hns been appointed manager o[ Ihfl Seaboard Members of the Iwenty.plghl hft told up' and down the lhe by a pencil irorince. four years ago in the hope hat some of _ .the mud. .would slirfc. i Sir lea, had cl the opposi- :ti hia tunic pocket. .He lay i for four- teen hours in a shell craleryand was crawling hncft his lines a shell burst close byj tearSng'hls face. Ion' on o( the House to prove him. in-.'this" t'egarn. been, unable lo hnt it. makes good campaign itey are worhinf It to death. Jd.seem to the neu- rjer that Leader kitchener haye been more con- past' four years In rak- rls of charges and ex- (.--oC_ -which- have been pjoTin .to.' have any .fo.nndalloB, to sapply them campaign material :han they bare been In. looVIog after the real interests of the people whom .hey, Trbuld have.thonght Mr. Allch- have changed his ladles thls.iima after the lesson him In btJt'he seems Incapable ot comibE lout, in the open and fighting his case on Its merits. But he will fln4 put Bob Roger ahm and IU. meth- ods .do not appeal to (he people of (his province. 'The herring; drawn icr'oss 'the IroJl ID draw 'allentlon iroiri Ibe reaMsaues" is truly' a Hog ers! TODVC, and "'Mr. Mlchener na'HAVE THE CASH AND WftNT AN INVESTMENT WHICH. IS NOT A 1 HAVE THE PROPOSITION YOU NEED Will guarantee 12_ lo 18 per cent. Lacked by ample collateral Let me lell you about IT. L. A.FELGKK Telephone R 411 Box 940 Xlckle. M.P., with n sli-plcce sterling, silver tea set. TJie Coiiscrvnllvo assoclBllon at Kingston, Out., Ima prcscalcd F. THE CANADIAN BANK. OF COMMERCE SIS EDMUND WAU'ER. C.V.O. U.D.. D.CL. Pcrfduii H V. F. JONES, An'i Om L Min.10 ijOHN AIRD. BROWN, Sop'l rf Ccnnl Wucm CAPITAL PAID UP. RESERVE FUND. No one else can which you fail to DEPOSIT IN A WAR I SAVINGS .ACCOUNT, TO-DAY. j-Lethbridge Branch--; R. T. Brymner, Mgr. Is Your Will? Yon arc thoroughly .convinced' (hat .you shqiiUl miiKc.ii will bill for varjom reasons you (Icfcr doing so. iiol decide at once and Do Id e THE OF CANADA HEAP OFFICE TOnoKTTO SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES arc now installed at this Branch for the cus- tody p[ valuable pipers, clc., affording safely aud privacy. Further informalioii supplied RST'D IBIS by the manager. 223 LETHBRIDGE How to Will Go ,Lo. your, solicitor and It properly drawn. company your executor and do not put your affairs in the hands of your wife and family, British Canadian Trust Co. OEO. W. ROBINSON, Manager and tKnttrj PHOHE 1843. COKYBEARE BLOCK LETHBglDpE, OEiDi C. T. BLETCHER, M.nB BRANCH BRANCH 2SB. 1311, Eli D. A. CURRIE, onla-wlll 'le OFFICE STATIONERY nmmn i .n .ly Loose Leaf Ledgers' Legal Forme Loose Leaf Filing Account, Typewriters, 'Qought, Sold, Counter Chech ETdoki, and Repaired, IF IT IS FOR J HE WILL HAVE IT Everall Franks CORNER AND FIFTH STREET :-'BE Have yftiii- juul appoint (his Coinjinny yimr lixccutor iijuj jjiir have H wide .Our our >'ec _ ltaii'fi iscntiOcjl to. Write for our booklets ond forwarded atfdreltt. INTRUSTS and GlJARANTEf Limited CALGARY ALBERTAv Public Arfmlnlslralor and Oflltlal Atilgnc: for )hV DtiMcto of UlrthrlHqe, Mailcid, Medicine I "tttiller.; TTiii ConsVvilHvEa In- the Domln- Inn IJOUEC lhat all Brltlah, sub- Jecir. o[ alien enemy Mrlh who-liave beta. In lhe country, five years prior (o ar! election infill Uc allowed (o role; Thefo are Bo.ftrlllOi fincfny birth. Who have, been In tho 'ofinlry less than nix years who will be ncit; Thursday. Th't will anility Col. jack Cufrle ond the Conservatives Dominion 1'ouie, but It Couldn't be enougii to i.'ie ultra-loyal Tories who arc now this province wllli a (lag In one hand anil a bundle of prftrolsee In the.other. WHITE TAN A "2 in 1 Shoe PolisV ia made forereiy. use. For "2'jn 1 (parte) wid T in 1 Black (paMe for Wkite "2 in. 1 White Cake" '.rrd "2.m t While Liquid' for Tan Shoo, "2 in 1 Twi" (pMeJ'W "2 in 1 Tin (pule 'and SHOE POLISH ;