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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 9AILY AND WEEKLY BubMrlptlcn Hates; TJailr, delivered, per week Dally, delivered per year Dally, by mall, per year .10 .S5.CO .-S4.00 Weekly, by mall, per year......H 50 by moll, per rear to 1 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director Joho Torrance Business iliuage junawarM u4 they would lure hurt the chances of return ot tha gov- ih? and other women relillvcs of soldiers haven't much use- for Prusslaulsro snd iho efforts ol the Conservative leaders and press to mislead them-on this question of soldiers' representation li a saining- eiamplo o! German kuHur. The Conservatives are chagrined be- cause the Liberal governmenl at Ed- uionton Introduced one ot the finest measures on behalf ot the soldiers Hat has teen Introduced in sny legis- lature in snd to display of chsgrln they are willing Dates ot expiry o! subscriptions dally on address label. Accept o( alter eiplralloa date Is our authority to continue the sub- scription. J Your King and Country Need Right Only Dominion Can Deal With Alien Voters Ail order In-councll hut been that (n future civil eervanU i'h.s loin the military service ot Cun- td> by voluntary' enlistment or other- snv lutrtloii of elr pay from Iho government. 44 tha Dominion Stllutea, HM. aaja: "A c ia i Certificate ol Naturdlullon li granted by or Canada, shall, subject to. tin prevltloni of thU Act, Secrrtary of StiU Be entlll.d to all other rlghla, and privileges, and ba tublcct to all circulate a thai Is as bass a] a natural bom British, wbjesl t, ir I, In Ihe midst for ,-ubJect. ind as the date SSIJVG Flltnl Lieut Jack SchoReld. of Tor- mlo. Is reported Mlle4 Instantane- (Ubiy lu England. Tho Chicago board ot trade an- nounced that it Kill close Jiiue a he- cause of conscription regislrutlou- The Rulhenlan Farmers' Elevator orairariy has been Incorporated with capllalliatlon of and head- quarlers at Winnipeg. Couples on their honeymoon eren are debarred from crossing tho lluo under lie regulation! adopted Is con. nectlon wilh compulsory service. A Catholic church ani several build- ings at LIndsey. Teias, a lown of 160 inhabitants were destroyed by a tor- nado. No one was killed, but several were injured. i Albert college board has decided, notwithstanding the loss ot Nassey hall liy fire, to remain In Belleville, it sufflclenlly encouraged by the citi- zens. Shopmen on Iho Canadian Pacific railway system trom Fort William eastward are ashing for an increase in wases In the vicinity of 20 per cent. breath. Llbcrii ciubs in Montreal and Qne- -bee that havo been riotius and adinE aralnst The evident intention Is if possible to "imV Ihe Liberals of Ihe province trp with certain Liberals 'liho are out asainst conscription, and thus leave .the' opinion wilh soldiers, spiaiert' wives that Its Liberals are ill against conECriplion. But .we, mighiisVgdward Mtchenefl or Itoberl Patterson or any of the Con- servaiive candidates in this election ttey agree wlli the antUBri- tlEh sentiments ot Col. Armand La- .Te.Tgne and a dozen other Conserra- {Svft menibeTS of. parllamenl. from Quebec. Were we to follow such a course, .we would qnlte properly be .credited with stooping to dirty cam- paign tactics. That is just what the Cilgary Herald Is The prob- lem of Quetec Is not the problem ol the provincial government of -Alberta and any effort to drac It Into this campaign Is worthy the Hnn spirit that it. It Is the old, old ap- peal to race prejudice in another form (_ and.- the man -who sloopa to such lengths at this crisis [n the history ol the world would sloop to anything. The -wont roads Mr. Micncner tra- versed between Magrath and Leth- brldge on his trip to the former place were right, lu the town .of ?ilBgrAlh. TiltSeier will give Ma- gratii hundred thousand of the. first year's road'estimates'ol if ahonlil happen to all Lie people on Jnne'7lh: of tie high court at Osgoode dlllou from .burns received, throng Toronto, for many years, jmdeiam-jusing coal oll_lnAlighting KUcnen'hrw. Rev. rector of SL John's AnEllcan'.churcb, Smith's Falls, has been offered {the appointment' by v-BiJi.. j. Atuuit i-u ILUJCI, Roper, as rector of SL Barlhol- Montreal with tat- omew's church, Ottawa, mm" During the regime ol Premier Slffon the population of the province has doubled ud one mile of railway per day been built to accommodate that new-population. And the only cnuclun tie'Torles can make is lhat Premier SJftpn Is a member of a compa.ct" and Insinuate that Pulford In chambers William J. Umpton, and magazine writer, whose noerna on current subjects arc familiar through out the country, died ot New York, Pte. John Willcts, of Brantford, of aclally reported missing, leaves i wlf nnd ten children here, Ihn oiliest chfl not vet being flrtcon years ol age. Lieut. R. H. Tall, of Ihe Canadla Infautry. has been dismissed from th service by sentence ot a court ma: Hal. ire destroyed the plants 'of th Fraserrllle Chair company, at ville. Quo, The loss is estlmalco. a partially covered '.by Inior Tbe 1'atlullo fountain, a beiuest t Ont., by the late Andre Patlullo, 31. P. P. for North Oifo was formally turned ou and over to the clly. The synod of Niagara went on. re cord as being unanimously In favor conscrlpllon, and followed the pa sage of a. resolution to this effect b Elnglng the National Anthem. Two women are dead at Montrem Mrs. Philip Pauie, aged 47, and Mi Josephal 20, and a lilr Madame Barrelt, is In a crlllcal CO The of J. II. Turner. Victoria, as acting agent general wu jalulled. He will receive, In aO- llou lo bla pension cf (5.000. J4.WO a year to provWo Iho jue salary as ho received when In Sice prior to tlio apoolntucnt of Sir Ichud McUrlde. The Canadian cillllarv hosplUU Offitalsslon. reports thai ou May 22 'iere 677S men under Its care, eluding 56QQ convalescents end 720 ubcrculosts natlems. Ot the total, i23 had returned from overseas. bile had been luvallded whlls living iho country; Contracts for pairs ot 3oes for the- U.S. aruy and nav> Awarded through tho natloua efense council. Delivery Is to be ompleted wltlilu eight months tntl he average price per pair will bo The contracts, awarded ou com pellllve bids, were distributed tmoug firms. lord Devonporl, tho British food, OBlrollcr. ha? Iteued an eliblrate or- er regulating the sale, of prices, ot moat, Including'live aitlmals. The >der. prohibits speculative resales, illminates jobbing transactions, and Uiraliies what profits ihaU be pcr- nilttcd (9 retailers above the cost ot he carcases. Mlaa EraBftttnc Booth, head c-t tha Salvation announced at a meet- Ing cf offlceis of Ihe arruy at New York that' Iho organization's war lo raliB Bud equip auitulauce units for the uew American aruy. Tbe ot Ihe uolu. It va> an- be coitQned to Salvatlou Arioj- Amondmeuls which the gavcrnmeut ironosed to'the Brunswick pro- ilMUph act .In the legislature, hit Montreal tio'jsca and Nova Scotia-brewera ot malt. At prnscul a- uqusebaliler .may imporl liquor for ils own U9Q. but It tho amendments aro carried the privilege will he with- drawn.-..... Strayed neap Cardston a pair of country kids. IF YOU. HAVE THE CAM AND WANT AN INVESTMENT WHICH NOT A SPECULATION I'HAVE THE PROPORTION YOU NEED Will 12 to 11 cent backed br Let tall about'It L. A. FELGEB Teleehoni R 411 MO OFFICE STATIONERY teat Ledgers Legit Forme' i' Leaf Price Booka Filing Monthly Account Syiltmi TypewrlUra, fttld, Counter Check Booki, and Repaired.- s IF IT.IS FOR WE WILL HAVE IT Everall Franks A FOURTH AVENUE AND FIFTH STRtET, Iner in Jaw, died, aged 67. He had been III for a long lime wlllb consump- tion. Capt. J. Achille Lo Royer, who left _--------- _ tallon, has won 'distinction. In .the I by the aerial During1. April he Hanineloa. brbufhl down Jive German air ma- chines. Rev. Canon Mrs. Alexander McPherson at 5OO1 St. te." I.Ms ruBumS (hift'iis? R. will oon be asiajr hour sya- -df hour Catharines, wife of Capt H. J1cFher-Uystem: son, who was wounded at the Somme, died trom lockjaw, the result ol get- a sliver in her fool while play- Ing with her children. The third Anglican clergyman of St. Catharines to give up his parish work Ian and Syrian relief, which, was at to join the colors- 13 ReY- Herbert 'tended by many well Ttnown religious era! ol tlie issued been baelTe hour sra- a rail? la the BlUy Sunday Tao- ile at Xow Vork; for'-the.Armcri- he Is oat Thev have no oroof Weat' rector 0[ Christ In tba fleaderra and and ne ]_3_EClilns.oai. iney nave no prooi----.. tnf BAF. but Lhev hope some of the mud will slick When Boh Edwards of the Calgary one of the best Judges ot ejection sentiment In says at. the .Sifton goveTTiiEtnt Is solnj bis'retiinie-d with a bigger majority an ever. It must lake the heart out the'Conservative leaders and the ohservallTe tress. The Eye Opener BajB that che' Factory Act, the Dower ct and the HoiplLals Act are enough elect any government. And so Ihey ,CAMPAIGN CANARD IS PETERINQ OUT. "Alberla's orersens joWler elector disfranchised." In. type slarc at one s'.'.ths eiid of a recent edllorla 'in the Calgary Herilrt under it.e cnp tain, ''Disfranchised." The Herald la carrying o cne' at the'dlrUes( elecUon .campaign of lie career. Instead o! rtlcklog i the ot the day, the recent le, Islatlon ncucd by the proylcclsl leg filature and -Uie administration of th Eorernment, (t Is drawing the fa red herring across tho trail at trery opportunity. The Calgary Herald knows the aoi Alers-hare not been dlstranchlsei It knows, too, that tbe soldiers from this province have been Accorded re- presentation Ifl the next legislator away besond -wlial any other lEBls! tare fa Canada has Bccordikd-' the .But because the Calgary- Ucra1 thinks U can gain volej for Gdwar Mtcbcner by appealing to the eym pithy of the soldiers and their nen. relatives It repeals lime the barefaced lie referred But we believe (hat the electors Whom this, appeal td prejudice Is elm tA h4re had time enough to hear bo of lie question.. Mad the Co terTailves: canard to u tin) or three before election d The joker who tried to spread the cport through the north that Hon. J. McTjean'was having a-hard fight o vHn the Taber cosstltuency Is on par with the Joker from Ihe north who tries to spread the report In the oulh that Premier Sifton will lie de ed inj'Vermlllon end that Gcorgi Cloakey will' win from HOD. Duncan Marshall in Olda. The big Idea (3 to try to crealo the Impression that to going to be delealsd, which la '.he, biggest loie of all west'end of the city. He has enllstel ith the Army Medical corpj. LicDl. RoWpson, ot he Royal Flying corps, who a pris- oner in Germany, recently .was trans- erred lo Freiburg, as a reprisal for ilr raids against that dl? by entente .viators, according to. the Central A cablegram received at Kingston, announces that the.artillerymen of he 72nd, 73rd and 15th Batteries and rt.O.lI.A.. which left Kingston recent- y, have been transferred 'iilo ry nnlts in England'and will go to Trance In that capacity. earing trim blue. uniforms glared straw hats with the French tri- color ribbon, the first women letter carriers made their appearance- on the streets ot Paris. They are paid n [ranca CO centimes a day, with extra pledges for money, were received ithin a few minales to I the amount allowances for the high cost of I I Mr. Haumeritein, of Lac La Blche, Is constructing a shaft and ditch, lay- Ing caalnc anti making permanent Jm pfuvcmenls on his snlt claim, on Horse Creek, preparatory to oper aticg 1t with the advent of the A.O W. railway. For the Up-standing the1 front, in.the trendies, on the firing line in .any the best focd. to sustain ewrgy and 'strength is Shredded Wheat Biscait, thft fpod .I that 'supplies in a cngestible.form tHe: greatest bbdy- II musl he hard for the Conaervn. .Iva Etumpera to travel about the country lalltlnif sbout "gran aad cor- ruption" "of Ihs- Sifton goTernmenl a sore Hire Bib Rogers ia Ihe olde of. the Federal goveratnenL A llttlo hdusecleanlng at home wonld good, Conserrallve camp, irld'tke Spectator, a staunch Bordcn goTemment, paves .with the' followlnf well aimed rebalre: "Wnat we 'cannot comprehend la ;he 'of (he premier lo tin- nlmself ol IhS Hon. Robert Rogers, rolriliier of public works, who teen the chief source of wealt- in .his 'adritnlsfrallon. Mr. Hog a thorocgh-paced politician, in Ihe lower of the word. He I? popularly regarded ,B3 repreeenllng those influences and practices which, while perhaps' pardonable a genera- lion.or two better o.' great parties are now'trr- ing lo alough off and surmount, should think any coaalnicflona be would be the first man lo eo. A' pant master In the nrt of carrying elections by nefarious means, he IB today an he loft Winnipeg for Ottawa, the Borden gOTernnienl would Sirayefl near Cardston, a pair of country kids. building nritriirvent at lowest cost. A better balanced ration than meat, or eggs, or potatoes. Two or three of these Biscuits with 'milt make a satisfying, nourishing breakfast that 'puts you in a top-notch condition for the day's work. Deliriously wholesome and nourishing for any meal with berries, or other fresh fruits. Made in Canada, isv.e aone Totew hare been ilronger without AUCTION SALE of Household Goods on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6 AffWO O'CLOCK SHARP At. 324 Third Street S., Uthbiiiilge" (SALE AND FEED BARN OFFICE) 8 dressere, nearly now, 1 eolld oali iWcboavd, quarter cut 6 comodes; 8 Iron bedsteads, double; 8 mattresses; J alnglo Iron bed spfcids complete, oprlnga; 1 kllchen dblnct; 1 up- iholslcred eeftee; 1 upholatered rocker; 1 upholilerediurn chilr; G cano dining chairs; 12 Ulcttn 1 sanitary coach; 2 oil stoves, In good repair, nearly new; 1 large dining room table; 1 large kitchen 3 email kitchen tables; 2 ccDtrk tables; 1 cook stove with reservoirs; 2 largo rockers; S pair o( JnrUlm; 1 carpet; 12 window bllnda; also kitchen utensils; n cjaantltf of matting; a number o! pieces of oilcloth. 1 M, E. ENOLItH, Clerk J, A. SMITH, isn't it, hpw nearly every human being simply adores the ripe fruit! That's why so many, many people are now buying that gum with the delicious fruit flavor Adam's California Fruit Gum. .CANADIAN CHEWING CUM .LOOTED ;