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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX DAILY- NF.IULD iCLAEKE GO. The LadiesVStore 612, 3rd Avenue South.; Telephone An Exceptionally Fine Stock of Wear t Now Awaits Your Judgment and A really; c'diiijireiii'iisivc slHMviii'g' I'liibi'.icinji' ;is i( does u .sloj'U liinv' nmiplciion in snils, coals, skirls,, waisl.s', etcl, and tlir. itk'iis bi'ouglit tlie public schools and the separate school atiO convent are closed on account ot the I' and fifteen qua quarantine ii Sad parlicul Fly-sad death occurrei it the- heap lal on Friday last when Hugh- 0. Roberts, of Twin Biitto. e w j] el away.'On Wednesday m online i last-- tie unfortunate yourig-'man liiticg, hay rack and shortly severe his ah- 'dotncn. Bj" noon he was v.ery ill and _ .ivas hurried to the where-it iTvas discovered that the bowel was "badly knolled'and very "much misplac- ed. -An operation ivas performed and done, but in Ihe end" came on Friday night. The a wife and two small children, one only' twelve days 'old. outbreak oP measles and several peases ot scarlet "fever. Thc convent :d I are under strici only modified red. and it that this was a a'iuucli needeii housekeeper. Be irave; ii is fashionablu for wedding arouud the bachelor shacks now idays. C. X. Hanson anil wife cairic ivand- hqmo last crening via olis after- spending several weeks at tot the'bencCit jf. tli'e Spring's caralivc. qualitiep [or heumaliarn.; Mrs. Ed. Goslm has relumed from crd'ivn in 'riclit of" thc province of Vlbnrta. borrowed by tlie board under the act shall cot" .he .longer .erm than 50 years. The total 'amount a visit lo.lhe parental home iu.Qatar- p and reports a jolly holidajv, i M.vTv.' Sniilh', our enterpTising .nier: spehtiins a few--days ih Calgary. I viewing traveller.'s sample rco'ms" and for Ills sum- mer-trade.' ..Hugh Doherty relumed., last even- ing from Calgary.'tlnmor says "'Hugh- 1 has purchaEed and contemplates outtit several plowin farming hundred acres Ihis season. Chas. Leigh and Edward IJoslin rc- lurned Tuesday from days sojourn in the Ma'nyherriesV, distrid and reporl Ihal things nre'surc hum ing in the n GST The young ladies .ot Winniireil will learn with regret Mr. pnllins, the ledger man. the Union; Bank is shortly leaving .our midst for New- York. r The Farmer's Co-operative shipped lind (rouble llicy unless. I hey are very escape. BcrJin Slatemcnl tjuiclf i We qre Here featuring two models of. New, York's latest creations in ladies' fine dress .shoes. two ladies' boots. Tan and Grey Suede, with reced- ing, toes, Louis heels, Goodyear welted, }are being first shown in New York this spring. We hwite-you call and look over 'our exclusive The Cut Rate American Boot Shop Bentlcij's Old in 'Ib'eir ficrlin. ilarch 1, wireless lo ay German tinny r- Jers loilay mmoiinccd and, systematic withdr Hie' voluntary al of parts of of ta.1 n jnfls and llie'iirocecils there- free fron, forms of UCl01 k sltlcriid. a'iawfuUiiiyc5tni4qt for prV uncial, mimtclpal (aiid. school district (CpVn.VUED FROM FltON'T-V.ICE) at the waiting for ilie passing of I rain 51u. told this morning of the treat- merit he bail undergone since his ac- cident in Xovoinber, -19lar- at Uun- moro, and his being incapaciiatcil for aiid llic care Ihe-ccnipany jiii'rt Hie do'-'tors had given liini. 'Oirbplh banks of tlic Aucre, several lays ngo, .for special rertsons, part of our nilrauce jiosilions were vohiiiUir- ily and; systenjalicaHy "evacuateJ-'a-irt (he dcfeiise has heen .aii- otlier prepared line. Our-movement re.itjained cpnccaled from the guard posts, acting carefully, liami'iered hi3 troops, which-oiily with licsitRtion groped vrlthQul Hghting a strip of land was abandoncil ,113" and which is lying In ruins.' yielding .in-the'face of a 'numerically superior rittacli. as had been ordered, these minor detach- ments Jnlllcted considerable sauijuin- ary upon the cnciny ahtj .up to have captured 11' officers nnd 174 men. and four machine pins lud today still dominate Ihutfield in front of our :financial supuorl, is uiidetslood that Jlexlco Is to reconquer llio lost territory in Nciv Moxlco. Texas and Arizona. Tlio ile- lails aro left to you for settlement. are .Instructed lo Inform the President of Mexico of (lie above In the greatest confidence, as noon Is certain Mint Uicro will oiil- lircalf or ,var wilh tlic United Slates, and suggest that the rjrcEideiit of Mexico, on.his own InlKalivc, sliould communicate 'with Japan, suggesting ndliercikcc at once fo this plan, and Uie same 'tlraQ offer to mcdiatg be- tween Germany and Japan. "Please call to (ho HttcnHoii of (lie president of that llie employ- ment ol ruthless -tuumnrino vrarfare now promises to compel Kngland lo make peace in e. lew monlhs.- "XIMMKHMAN." Mexico Neutral March "of Ihe declined today Id fliscuss-thc'clforla of Germany to involve -Mexico fn the .war ividi -Uu- ted States, except (lo say ftliaL they houghi.such efforts wcro vaitv and hat .Mexico .lyould be houlraJ. a car of porkers lo Calgary last week lie of Deling ,unwoll when netting per pound I lic slaTlfc fanners about U'inniircil are clnc the cslahlishmKnt of rural telephones. Come, boys, let us alb-nut our shoulders to the wheel for Iherc is no reason should'lie'vlth: out the telcnhone. It is just llal for the business man. Hural telephnhfis, rural mall dell on his run cast to Mcrtl ifoe night of thc hcciilent, anrl nT hoping to slick it out until rmclicJ liis lionic at lite Hat. he left. HID train at, the sldiii? at Cliin lo HO tlie switch ho liad in.liis mind (hcxrlen Be Safe. Thick oflhegeim'ItdcA tKiags your slan end clothes cnuil comciolo contact with cvtry day'. Then remember llat Chcrc ii splendid anineptic soap LI.F.E3 HEALTH Use Lifebuoy for tho hands, Ibe bath, the clothes, and the home. Its ricbj abundant The mild, cntiseplic odor (Fccm Our Oi-.-n Correspondent) Winnlfrcd, ,Feb. still 'lingers ivith us. Farmers report 'the .sleigbing the husL that has hesn I hnoWn. in Ihesij parts. Our lour cleva- tofs are lull anJ running orer with The is becoming 'serious. The prevailing higli urices .are such an Inducement for the rarm- 'ers to "part witlVlheir vfheal it seems as though the C. P. R. should eserl 1 some effort to supply cars to ship ihc grain. The Consolidated school .question 5_rtll continues to he a. live question j In a special election to vote on cons ol It) at Ion. February 2Jth, consalHalion carried unanimous- ly. 0-ving to vacancies in "Wlrinilrc'-l school John Rygg and I. C. Freeman were elected ng trustees 11. C. Freeman was ch'osen scc-'lKEas. i for iho ensuiji 5 yea r. It is reported that the Wlnnifred i losing one of her mos1 r-romlnonl, Tarnicrj. E. 0, Cu-Mington j is diiposfns of his farming jcsls and to Portlanrl. Orogon, i to engage in the ahtribuildlns indus- try. We rlo Hke to sec you gc hul what is our loss la Porl- lard's gain. i Chas, McDmigall hca dtppnscrl ol n fear load or choice farm marcs to thought he had to do in conn.cci.ion v.'ilh t-. Ifio Thert' wss no liglu Hie ery and consolidaletl schools will in- p'v'tth. This was the first time in1 crease the value of the farm his .csiicricncc 04 this run, lie I ?10 to ?1S per acre. ._...-. thai he had ever had to ]ils on n siding to wail for train Up bad.nltvays lecn uscil th'c sw'lrh miming luf other Itoy evidence on pclialf of the ilefcnco to llie effect that he be- lieved Shinnard's act-was hot a. wil- ful one, hut one on the Impulse ot moment, mnuc by a man who' loTrard tf-i fr.oat LRQXT PACK) Ihc-toivn and'his report to'bo submit- ted lo (lio ruunfcliialily 'tlirouglrtM council nud seo If IL ro-auclll is ueccstary. Thc innyo'f llio council's sentimout Ihpl ;lhey'i 'wej'O Betting thc best service the council could giro and iC the eleolprs -jivere not satisfied I hey should recall them. a .very.fair nnd.mi- prejudiced )icnror ol thc and gavo some wliolcsomo advico'to tlie meeting. AM Uiii kichcrs liiid their nine inid IL IK hoped they. feel.Ijcltcr, Ttie fair minded people of the town cnii nlsn belter a'liprecliitc -Ihc nlti- ludc of sonic jicoplo In bust- is here. UoiibiJoss.thcru ivjJl be a Read "the History, of -nn Orange1.' hi tomorrow's paper. 'AHCHOR- O .-.LINE i Gltsoow. Services GLASGOWToPORTlANDjMt H CLASGOWoST JOHM, N.B, inany's real allilutle toward tho U. S. It that wliile ihc ad ni foist ration has been going to the ulinoal leugtbs to avcitl ait clash with Ger- many, ovth to the extent or repeatedly 'enduring lingrant violations of IL.S. 1 riijlits on ihe FC.T acid breacJies of neu- imlily oil U. S. soil, Germany, with I the diplomacy so suddenly revealed by .dale of exptry in case the mortgagee is in a position (o take his indebl- cilneis. At any'tlmc afler the first year the mortgagee may, provided his I raurUage is not In arrears, by pay-' mcnt of six months', inlcreit bv way of bcsns, pay Co the board on account of liir; nioTlEasse UiG sum of '325'and intprcst or any muKiple ol, !2.-> and accrued Interest, This, simply means that a farmer can pay his off in full or in nt any lime he hns the money, provided he bonus of six mgjrJns' intctest tor ihe t.Tivilcgo ot doing so. I i imported stallion: a much needed ac jOliSsllIOn lo cur stock industry in Ibu riistrict, Chas. .Uoane anrl olc Knosn have r.Iso shipped fn avcar or rfraft horses "Manitoba to place on Ihcir farms. Oscar DanicTsori has relumed frqir. sn trip to the mldrtlc report a an enfoyaMe holiday with fhc of n folloiv up fn the shape HliofTnl to llic n, March was some I warmth exhibited last evening ;it Ihnl meeting of Ihe town council'. and Komt people, sho'.rcil also llicirj true Inwarihiess.'. It was loo had more of Ihc ratepayer's could not'liavc wit- nessed llic'iiroceddinRs. np'rniisn of a pDtitton made iiy about' 04 rnlpp.-i.yer5 oul of aboul 700 loathe! EQvcrnmcnt for ;in rtniHLol thc ston municipality's -hooks. A. .1.'Fid--; iller was sent la compare the namp.s: with the ratepayers', list. Finding fl consiileraLly shorl of rcqujreil 25! tlie mayor requested him: 0 rcrjinui another day to meet, some 1 the leading petitioners and taxpar- TS ql the Tlic msypr and full ouncil, (he school Ijqaril, Jlr. I-'lddlurJ iiiil about 30 olliera mni at S n.'nu! much heated and animaled cussioii, diiring which tlie animus nnd prejudice of some parlies were clear- y sliovvji nifrl a Tull pica by Brtr- ;er was for llic pclllioners' It was ilcctded Invite, the govornnicnl :o se-nd" chartcretl accountftiu here laj's lo surv.oj- liic hooks or OF ALL KINDS :COAL G- O; JX PIIONE-I3451.'' I I'urner Wilcltcll Office'at Kennedy's 410 13th St.; JInJI anrl Hayes, ivlib pleading that charge of the (tciicc, initling 'prC53C3. anil in was "lirusnua" mnvlniinfl nf CI reasons- for his 2C- vho to Chancellor Von Uclhman- nd T.--HO to savc-lilmsoir, I; InW ol tho ncculcni. "s alf a mile casl ol thc swllcli Rt Chin, they received llic proceed 5iK- thc, 5H. anOnv llir.l.lhe.'swiich r' -t-as r-roporly scl 'TI-O engine nl-ilhc (rlcn'lshll' 1 ho I'- thai The farra loan board is rcquircil to most on thc switch befort tWAolecl maintain a sinking ;und. Tas set against Iliem. After for loan under tliis act nttcndirK'-to the slijll be raised by tlic (ssuinE of rtc-laccnlcnl. Fireman' miVd ucrit.uii ncnlures nmler thr: The repay- Hit Lbc mcnt of such bonds shall he bv ivfttst. aTiscti him lle'r.iet1 Stinnanl." ahd whai he wag Irj-Ing lo bffcn Canada's favor He yepat for over a quartir or a Dreaa faaVcd wilh YaaalwILIhttiifroihor.d I anger than lhat wi'.h any othflr, to that a full wceh't ea.-i auilr ts mada at ona baMny, and Isut loaf will ba Jurf nt. goad tj tha Ant MAfcE IN CANADA EXVG1LLETT COMPANY LIMITED TORONTO. ONT. XON-TBr ofnciala hern showed that plotting nil atlacJ; 'on Ihe Sialea by a trijile alliMice. Th arc evidences at hnmMhiL If Mexico ns nertnany suggested, rammunfcaicr to the proposal for ,in alt on the Unitcrt Slates, U met ivilh a rccepljon lii Toklo which qulti ronlrary lo what llerlin hart cxportorl A copy of Zimmerman'a Inslruciion to Von Kckhardt. sent IVinniKu Von Jlerti.slorrt'. is in posscsalon of In Stales Eovcrnment. It as follovvr.: Inslructfons 1-jjcriin, Jan. 10, the 1___ of February we to liegiu a marine warfare unreslriclcd. In R, of ihls U is our Inlcnlion lo endeavor to hwip nnitral tho Ijnllnrl Hlnloo o Amcrlra. If tiiia attempt Is not sur coa.iful, we propose an alliance on tlit following basfa with Mexico: Thn wjs shall make war lordlier and. to Aether make peace. We shall give FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY. COAL AND GRAYING Mut-esiri Ti'inisi'cL1 Olfice: Bnlmoral Block.. Phone .1097 Residence; 524 Seventh St. S. V; Tonight! Clean Your Bowals 2nd Step, Hcadiche, Cofds, Soyr Stomach. (let.a boi- Turn 'ihc hradaclic, Illnusnc.iS, Imliscslion Hie sick, stomach and bad thorn out tonight and htcp tlicra out with Caa- carcts. Millions of men and women lake a L'a'acarcl now and ihfin ard never know the misery caused by a .lar.y liver, clogged bptfcln, or HH upset stomach. Don't put In another day of distress. Cascarcts-cleanse your remove, thc FQUT, fcrrnenling food; c the excess .bile from your liver ,-jnd carry out all the conslipatrd waste matter and ('poison tn the bowcla. Then you will iWl Rrcal. A toiiight Elralghtcns you out by niom'lilg. they vork while- you hox from, any (Iiug' slorc clear hra-.l. aloTn- acn and lii-pr and aption fcr motUha.jChlldrrn, love Cfl5- qartls because lln.y never or vert Iscincnt.' ..'Of All Kiuiils WesternTransferCo. ._. C.' P.' R.' 'prtigh! SBcds PHONES Oliicc 1163 ttlables 106-1 r'' AUTO Ti'iliisfrr Goods 'Carefully And Handled. Quickly Can iiandle ot. fvrn'ilurf .up to 2500 !h9. ''COAL c. Phone H2D. Fletcher frm Orfics at Altxandra Holtl ;