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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGF, ,Foyn THE'-tETHBRinOE IWUT HERALD TIHinSDAY.. 1017 would a flue system for the nnnncc Introduce tu Ills coming budget. DAILY AND IVEEKLV Subscription Rates: DlllT. delivered, per Pally, per year pally, by per year Weekly, By moll, per year feebly, by mall, per year lo U.S..5) TELEPHONES Business Office 1" Offlca 1-- IV. A. Suclunan John Torrance Manapne Director Duslness pales ol cipln of subscriptions ap- pear d.'ly on address label. Atcepl- of papers after expiratlor. dale Is eur authority 10 continue tha iubacrlp- tfon. King mil Country need you right nowl CANADA'S MONEY MAS BEEN WASTED Ihe f pedal commltloo of tlio House of .Coiiimoiii on Returned Sol- diers was slltlne at Ottawa last week 11 Xvas staled by one of tlio medical the EOldkrs In tho r hospitals of Canada linij not PASSING M41 Former Governor HaliiCE, of Idaho, Edward Lamb died near .Druiaeli Out., at Iho ago ot 105 years. Is dying. P. T. Jaskson, manager of Ihe Okn capt.-W. Yosberg, a veteran n! the been' overseas, while CO per cent. of'Keulau rulil, was founJ dead la his the consumptive cases developed on till a side, or the Atlantic. Tills comnllllco Epenl some tlmo trying to discover there liail been such'a large percentage of rejections for physical unfitncss among the. troops which hnd undergone'a homo at Ueainsvllle, Out. Quo thousand graduates aud under- graduates ot Queen's University Kingston, arc ou overseas' service. A resident ot West Edmonton reallz ed J27.50 from egga I'alJ by thlrty-ono sMcrablo of Irnlnlng. Tlio per- centage of rejectlops of men orlsinally accepted ond trained was placed as Col. Poller tola Mrs. Thomas Campbell, of .Saska- toon osks for damaged from j Suffrage waa'defeated lu Iho Stole ot Delaware: x One hundred dollars a Ion for'ne'ed. potatoes la quoted' at Seattle oud Tflcoma. Toe lata Sir Koger Casement's ea- late amounted to was left lo a cousin. mm. .'-V J. F. Beam, prominent In tho'Jjood roads movement, dleJ al Black Creeli, county, G. King, who has been elected one of Iho Liberal members j for Qucc-na counly, Now, aecond lluic: tho ncl to Iticor- porte v Iho 'Alborln Ounraiilce nnd fidelity company; lo emend Iho llrulo Lake Comiianj' act, loxiensloii of llmo for Iho act to imperial Security As- e'uranco Comjmuy; lo tiineuj I hi Alli- .Valley Hallway Company ftul, (cilciulou of tllio 0 amend Iho Edmonton .clly cbailcr and to aiaenil (be Coleaiy char. V Objection was raited lo the names of.'ljio-hvo Insurance Ihe C. 1'. R, Jor HIP dcoUi.or her ol Hon. J. II. King, of Crftn A CALL TO THE EMPIRE (Premier Lloyd-George) "There arc mllllonc of gallant young men In France, In Salonlkl, In Egypt. In Mesopotamia, facing lortura, death, terror. are the flewer of our race. Unless the nation Is prepared to make Its of those will ba fn vain. And I say It will be a crime, a black crime, for any gov- em merit to atk them to rlaV their Jlvei'fri the coming conflict If they know that the nation them were falnt-heart'ed or selfish. Their 'sacrifices would be thrown away. We have.not ask It." Wlh as 20 per cent, luo'cpmmllleo that Iho slackness inj the medical Inspection of recruits dur-1 Miss Margaret Lonrned, cf Ihc the in years ot the- war had Hat lo "refrulllng Influences" Ul and an "over nnslely to get men." These revelations bear out the statements made (n the House of Com- mons thai thousands of men had been accepted for overseas service who were 'medically, unfit. The medical examination.jraa go las that It was a It knoirn that they eoiilil not go overseas. :'They were simply tho three provinces. placed an llifl roll, and secured IheJ-, ed officer for months. Cases ol thla cTiaracier: happened In Alberta and not free to supervise and Instruct return far from Lelbbrldge, too. Thousands ed soldiers In the ot.meii Trent1 over to England and on tlicrei1 were .rejected as unfit iband, ivlio WAS kllteii on Seulombcr S lieadttuarlcrs of division ol the It Is'said the government liquor ells- ccnlral warehouse lor brook, Urlllsh Columbia's minister of 1912 when they Mr.Hoodloy: public works and a son or Senator King o( N'oiv Dr. Henry Hough died Toronto In Ms 50th ye Jr. Until Ibis retirement he conducted the Hougl Lithographing company. Hough fito iho Farmers1 mittee. will le. cousWca'd com- In regard to tho Athabasca Rallwa) bill; Ccorge lloailley, Okotoks, point id out tliat tho' charter had been eraoled In and contained com euch KS BClllng which woulo not be gmnfeu' Sb" tho rules stood now. lio was of Iho opinion thai as Ihc charier bad lapsed Ihoy could uot by amend menl renow IL Premier Slflon thought they could but It Vfls i.erfeclly corarolonl for the committee It thoy so desired to re Etrlct tho oucratfous of tho compaio io what they would bo granted It wcro applying for a charter Thero n'as Do reason Ihoy should b granted (he sarno urlvllogcs now as li had dono nothing. "That Is the point'ol tho .The private bills wcr read a first time: an act to Incoruor and JFall Inai he established the Cobourg World, which he conducted for 31 years. was Lorn In'Gueltib, In 1837. In 1SG4 lance "company, ail act lo nnicnd tb Ijet'ibridge city charter, an net to In corporate llie Grows Nest and Tei Railway company, nnd lo ameuil (he act of Die Centra Canada Haihvay comsiauy. i Smith Deputy Speaker motion of Premier Slftoi Geore'e P. Sml'.h, member (or .Can elected deputy speaker I lo Lieut. Jpsopli B. Stau meraher for DIJslury, who Is 110 at tb'e front. Mr.' SuJUh pUlglatcd a deputy speaker most of last for s'erylce.-- They should nerer have teen accepted.' It la-estimated, tbat 'that i 'ana. A n'air enemy of -I oT Canada, t to have a'ccounl- THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Tbe great succetEBs of Ihe British cm (ho continue. ..The Turkish army has been driven bact to a point SO. miles. uorth-Mst of Kul, and are militia Sepirtment is u f till Doing pursued ty British cayBlry. from Uie Tlcinlty of Kut .'inuat hare been moat precipitate for tho men. who have been on Canada's mllltla ply roil In Cariada.and in England, have to son, of tho southern section-of the tils country SeTeral million dollars.'Stefansson eiploratlon party, -which and Ia3t llrcly respon- (all from tho -Arc! I a I'they left behind them ereat quantities II is understood that Col. Dr. Her bert Drucc, of has sons to Washinslon with tho' permission o Ottawa la complainlnB of a scarcity lie minister of nilllla, at the fequcs of riot ask the government 'Secretary of War Baker. Col, Bruce WHen you ip our advice. There are several tailors that class as Quality T.I rpl i: ailors. all good, but if you' want to pay flie least possible money you can pay for a strictly quality suit----BuyJ Creiglitbn's. C BRIGHTON BROS. Tailors to Men 604 Third Avo'Sj Also 120 ElEhth Avo. Calgary. .if .ulerM. The prisoners fish from. oul- by the British nuniber among las tbou-j'siijB-the waters.ot Canada? On the.front'in France; the" BcmElorfr TlH haTC lli, British On h6me. about Ger. nd of How of Ihe Ancre great gains have French crllic describes, I _-...-_._ 'ivll be account for hla time spent in 1 Amendments to Liquor Act sirid More-Agricultural Bills Are On The Program (Sbeclai to (tip Ueraldl. Edmonlon, Alia., Feb. a short session of the' legislature this ntteriioon eeveii' atldilional' govern- ment bills were Introduced, and read a Tlrsl Mrae. One of these Is to amend the. Kquor act, brought ID-by Premier Slftou, two are by Hon.' Djn: con Marshall, minister of asrlcultiircl one for the encouragement 61 ralFln- of livestock, tbe bill to help class of settlers and POLICEMEN LETTER CARRIERS and other workers who most hove enduring strength, take icorn IfilUUION LUND SQNS Whblesale and Retail Dealers in LUiyiBER AND ALL, MttS OF BUILDERS SUPPLIES the advance'as haying effected "'r "-.capture of, thc last defences of Ba ton. formerly an alderman of Toron- (he and afterwards Canadian commlss 1 HallfH harbor? asks lie Simcoe Re- 10Mr.0[ Lonlon nar in -this particular' sector been stitTlng. since the oesinnlng oi While the llprhts were furncfl low In Ul-B-Somme "offensive.' Ms Is the 'no ball room of tne Hotel Majestic, mfc so strongly Germans, ofllie German Society, and yelled: shortly be In possession oJi'To hell with the Kaiser." allies. j I .-The United Slates congress'ls. noL-Wncn-thD Ilg'hls are turned o Inclined as yet to grant lo President Germany, the German people beeu apipointod (n charge of the pass- port .department, ot -the new. Brillsl- ministry's national service.' Mr." Pres- tire Elevator Company act, the r age act and the ditches act. Tha-prol History of'an Orange" the elevator a'cl-In" tomorrow's paper. ia rendered ncccisary through" 'tha' with" the drain Grow- Wilson tho full powers he desires for dealing with tie menace. Tbe mcmDera ot the hoase. have SQ amended and restricted the bin as by tie call- Tlmes, on Trill unite lo send the Kaiser Lo the place above mentioned. _____________ .ers1 amendnjent 3 be tb of the drainage and ditches act is; prevent any "'man -or': Svoman wlio i with the vie TV to Asking provision "for any forrn ofjthe election of a board ol assist IUX engineer ]a mating 'nisi aivflrd irlth regard to'the land'to be: assessed. '.The- follouing private .bills wero _____ ________ ton's business, II .l could possibly national sen'ice (rom leaving the is- lands. I Mother-Made, Quick i Acting Cough Syrup DRY GOODS. MENb WEAR. NORTH LE.THBRIDGE. CARS TO OaOR-'. If you arc going to build, us.'.; Our agent will call unoii you with pricssj etp. We have tlic largest mill connections hi Dritish Colhnibia. Disfributing Yards: Macleod, Coaldale and Medicine Hat Ilcadquarters ait the LETHBRIDGE LUMBER 1 Cor. 3rd AVe.ana 17th St. PJioiie 5i6 P. O..Box 189 B. -Foster, (he Liberal leader In i 4 eV Bruhswiclc, defeated in thej ing for [uil of all the_fdrceB ol elections. It was his first at- Mothers, you'll never know yoii' United States, to protect citizen rlphts.j ternpt to enter political life! He ta Krnt Hmndr Eutfr I'rcpare LMIIV to unite measures, whlchj serrant-of the public. 'Trill gl7e to the president suITicient i. authority lo properly guard against the submarine menaca -which Is hour- ]y becoming a more serious problem .for'- bis i This EJ wurii coush syrup 13 made hy onnccfi oi I'iaei (oO Some figures recently made public T-ET THE PEERS AND KNIGHTS PAY DEBT TheLondoa says 1L fs'rjritalo and contributed bottle BJTUp. about Belgian rclle( contributions fanilr surprise most, people. The United Slates, la supposed lo be a lead- er In this cause, has only contributed Elgal cents 'psr capita while Great into a IG-oz tattle and nlUnfE-Lhe with plain .suspir This givp3 .you 19 ouncca-r-a much bolter cough tbau vou' could buy rea-dy-niide r a. clear of The moment it touches Ihe inOamea, the phlegm looKna, sorcneaa ir couph epasms lessea and goon Informed that.there eighteen cents per capita. Australia "than 'you ever ttiqujihl cr'-existed, a regular much" capita, New Zealand Poaaille. Hoarseness, and ardinarr fora knighlnood. so mucli fora capita .and Tasmania J5.S3 per ITlLi bronchitis, irhwp- eicy, ond so much for a peerage. Net caplita.'. The United Slateg, on a con- counn, spasniodic croup, bronchial enlysobut IhtT srale varied according serratiye estimale. has made a cash to supply aai detnacd. At the enft of profit of on the sales o[ pound of penuir.e Norway pine extract, ta adminJstratlon, irhen the party! to the Belgian Relief Cora-; hSiSJ whip iraa getting tcRether fnnda lo mission, which organisation has spent flgnt a general election.- honors be-1 07Cr In (that country, while came as hackneyed yie .leaves of psaple of.tfco United Stalea have; directions Vallorabrosa, ar.d there vas a conse-! fantrlbuled to Ihe cause less than fluent Elnmp. When, on tho oilier' In olher words, Americans hand, an. ndmlnlalratlon vaR well have made more money out ot Belgian Eel'lel in office and there was no ne-. Buffering- lhan (hey have given to Ihc cesslly Lo sell at a sacrifice, prices jjclicf of tbal suffering- Tvere firm and buovanL A peeragol eflccl on thc membranes. Ask might cost you perhaps five thousand pounds more when peerages were, so agriculture after some people think that' prices _____ _ and' don't else. Guaranteed to t- -T faction or moncr relundfd. The Pincj Toronto, Oct. ._._ accept Guarnntecd to civc aciojiilc Eatia- to Eaj-. in season. There were will take a big drop at according to a well founded report, i [he o, jhc war troSera In honors, who studied noosn'Uhfnlc'so. This ia what he said political inromcler as fishmongers .-M, speech of week: study the weather, and would sell a do myself that prices .parcel ot-haronelclcs for war, as a aro down Immcalalclr after the they scented a crisis in'war. I think Ihe farmer Is overlook the aflslra of the slate." Ilr5 T (hree Important facts. Ger havlne read this we afler lha W3r wl" te a greater Alter navme read tma, we eTe, betorei prompted to ask If the Ollawa sovem--hcr lana becn ]el Iur ffiepl Is preparing for an election, lliat la true of the whole of Europe party funds need rcpIeV.Ishins The crop-raising land of Europe wll '.'and two Canadian millionaires have not raise a. much per acre M U did .before the war. The land has been heen honored with royal distinctions. bcrooc unclean. It The .Montreal Star might relieve our j will take years to mn'iie It as goort a turlosily. -.S harvest-raising soil aa it was before The Morning Post's statements mate ms devastated by war; so that Ihe demand for forcljn frxxS Trtll be great- US all Ihe more .strongly In favor of ,ftan ever thc "MEgeitl.on'we made last week, 'jar." that Snlfhlhobds and peerages should Lloyd-George's conclusions scorn to be handed out 'si much as a. be absolutely round. Producing Eu means of paying off Ihc war debt, rope Isn't going.lo recover the rao- millionaire a knight, and fvery ment'the war ends. 11 will lake knight a coiitrlbulor to thc war debt months and years. abies' Milk Milk tupptied from Indivldua cows that have passed lh tubercular lest by the govern ment veterinarian. Cream Highest prices paid for No. Cream and Chick Sent far Esc Shipment by Return Mall. Milk--- MILK AND CKEAM DELIVERED DAILY. EDGEHILL DAIRY riiouc 1521 801 Tth SL S. .1_____________ FOR THE LENTEN SEASON have .taticipated a big demand for fish during the Lenten sonson and have .arranged for fresh shipments to reach us continuously during Lent, .These shipments will bring best ana the prices will always b.e the lowest for first, quality. IN FRESH FISH have Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Herring IN SMOKED FISH r Finnan ITaflrtic, Kippers, Illoatcrs, etc. V Then there will be salt fish and every variety obtainable. We Have Your Business? Delanys Limited 1 Phone ;