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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta II IB to be noted nlso that provision TUB LETIl'iminGE llF.nAI.r) '__ MONDAY. MARCH.! Ifoetalfc [ward lo a'dnlliiiater alberta -PAILV Subscription Haiti: Dallj. delivered, per week Dally, delivered, per year Dally, by mall, per yrar Weekly, uy mall, per year .Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S.-- IOC Tho TELEPHONES Business Office Edll.irlnl Oifica W. A. Buthsnan John HanaelnB-Dirc-clor nuslnes' _ Bovornment Ins decreed that Iho act he used for tho results of Hli the .peoiilc, and no attempt will bo made lo make party canllal out of Us administration. This Is as It should I uc run) follows the lines laid down by tho government In Iho organization and administration of Hit provincial police. With such advanced legisla- tion as Is contained In tho Farm Loan Act going on the statute books ol Iho province, tho Government lias nothing to fear In appeal to the at any ttnie. Opposition leader Mlchencr's crill clsm that tne government put tho carl before the horse In using the credit of Alberla to build railways borore imderlaklns tho furnishing of cheape PASSING Quo hundred Ontario will orm a forestry 'draft lo go overseas. Hvo hundred Toronto University girls aru going on the lanJ this turn- or. Itev C. Mclntosli, rector of Fort Krlo and Urldsoburg will become rec- tor of St. James church, Guelph. License Inspectors closed Iho Hull's Head hotel, Toronto, until proper nc- coinmodaltou Is provided for tho tra- velling public, Firo al Osbawo, Ont-, destroyed Iho Tho Methodist college Koho, Jaimn, was destroyed by flro. Montreal capitalists proposo to ere'ct Good Looking a (oOO.OOO hotel In llev. Jahcz Wnss. a Methodist minister, died at Uronle, lyerannunledl Dale? ol expiry ot farmers is not wel o Ih. railways must ho bull, to factory of W. J. Krlcfc Co., maim, iuciurers ol Interior fillings, wllh the I stock except some- lumber.Ill the yard Ont. vo-jr Kino Country nted right no-A'l ..rovliie "'a farmer Irnnsporlalloii lo iho world's markets, without which ,10 amount of cheap money would do him any good. Tho act Is well timed, and, we liavo no donbl It will meet with lustaut success. Hev. T. I, Kcrrulsh of Fergus, has accepted a call to the Slmcoe Street Methodist church, Hamilton. Sevon tuousand newspapers In the United Slates will mlvertlso Ihe need ot farm laborers In Canada. A. G. Verchere, of llish Illvcr, Al berla, Is now manager ol the Cana dlan Dank of Commerce al LaJysvulth, Hcv. Edwin of Grami Valley, U. C. "h" nev. Dr. J. H. Joivetl. of Fifth Av Guelph. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The German forces withdrawn from hi lENNETT'S REMARK AT REGINA 0.. Ister of Agnc-ulture, pot uii-l couragemcnt lo a deputation that ask- for the rento'al of lha ls of oleomargarine. _ Ksv of Thnmcsford, s Woodstock with lolh legs snTcrcli as tho result ot a railway accident Tlmmesford Sla- OF THE WAR AT REGINA railway accident Kt Tl The German 'orces wUhdravrn from (a R lion, before Dapaume. on he western front ReginQ ftlt 0[ st. MonV tw are siadnally assuming a new lbe.o 6re plentv ,n field Andrew'6 Presbyterian churfh. Lonagor o[ the Bank lino some distance north-east of !la- nalmo Winnipeg, Is retiring n lino some distance north-east of !la- Huns taQk paume, and it Is believed, are j. u. 10. years manager of the Hank of Ottawa at Winnipeg, Is retiring and will bo sue iceodeil by Geo. C. Walnvfright, uisn Spencer Milter, Jr., formerly Deputy> make a more WiHlam .via most complete, the. withdrawal MCE so nasly ns to even make it ''means of-raising Canada's complete llon or lDe aeath sentence as the most I wnltanl of the bcs -600 000 men' Why nil the talk about, effective way to end tho terrors of the known pa5ECnger conductors on the MIIIII, 4H' Whv Ihe dcalh house. C.P.R., dica last week al Salmon Arm, enforcing the Milllla Acl? _ v j-e 70 He had spent 30 yeare To clothes so good and good looking that even your (rankest friend would not [eel justified in criticising them; is (6 think-oL a Creighton made suit---timely style has been welded to ['me tailoring. Suits CREIGHTON BROS. Tailors to Men 604 Third Avo. S. Also 12G Elshtu Avo. Calgary... AUCTION. 'SALS 40 Registered ClydeK- ami THE Op Fj> HA8SAHD, SASKATOON. Wednesday Marcb 14 iil'Siibkatoon COMMENCING' AT '1 P.M. TLt-ao nro a vory cholc-o 101 of marcs and fillies, with of subsinncc and heal ot feet and ices. AECJ Irani 2 (o C years. A number of prlzo winners In this bunch. Couio anj Baled, your- self a good breeding niaro. cojh and ballnot to Nov. 1st, 1917'gn -approved Joint lien notes. F. J. HABBARD, Prep. A. a. WALKER, Aucl. terns so nas.y "V" 7cal al rumors of Vhe posslblHly of conscrip- Kingston Pollcc Commisslouers will service, necessary to abandon a sreal deal of wanted lo abso- nol nil. Iho places of Iwo policemen ._ Btu'fT thai is really useful war material., ne rould not who resigned, and will bo asked to cut Cunninglianl, seyonly years This retreat of the Remans from R that wouid off four mote, s't.ving the city 53.000, E1icerinlendent ol Iho Oakvillf Bapaume mar presage what Tvlll be have made a ttat as a consequence of prohlbliton. cimpany'a tannery, was klle. liapaume maj .h- do more damage than the one nbovo _ crushed between an-elovalo (he decisive conflict on. ho ltrae ,u a AUCTION SALE I OF BULLS AXD STALLIONS J. H. PATKICK C- SONS Will offer lor salo by auction at llonnell'a' Uvery Letb- bridge, on MARCH 14 At One' o'clock Two cnrloids of ncglilered Shorthorn and Hereford Also two Clyde Rtalllons, brad from Imported slrea and dims. J. H. PATRICK 4 S front, fee Ibis and are p: conflict >IM I quolca.. Isn't it about time Ihe-SUo- An overheated stove placed in It is evident that the .OTernmcnt and Its supporters warehouse at Maiimo, Ohio, to keep couBicfin the near future from freezing, slnrted a fire preparing to concentrate all came destroyed .two warehou. -which destroyed two warehouses full cruitlng business. We have Premier f groceries laeir resource "nd'l3oidep sending from England n call Bellera] stOre and a'residence. 'never expect again to ground. laVe 'no this I and says the allies have nil the men j cutcheon, who is 'recognized as the needed'to drive tho Germans back! leading uowspaper cartoonist of Am- into Germany. Which Is right? We i erica, credit Premier Dordcn ,s' not a very y one nianii. but the Russians aie counter- marking this success row with re- ndv-frl nrTpnsive'S 1 in London the fa-t Ihat Ihe German News. has fallen fitly per cenl. short 0[ covlrse tne Kews is still quite of It was threatened to accom-' Bob. Hogers should re- plish in! thewarot Iptal tonnage a5 one 0[ Canada's represenlai i This juh'maririe' has proved njo-s c-Kectlvc in its unrestricted ac- vlolaUoas ol Ihe g and liquor LCainUr tULlli'aiij a by being crushed between an-elovalor and a floor. Lieu'l-General'Jan ChrUlhvn Smuts former commander ot the British fore es in German Eost Africa, and a. member of tSa-South African cablual, has been made a privy councillor. According to Hon. Duncan Marshall the province of Alberta has on hand a of bushels.ot pota- toes moro loan .Is required for home consumption and seed. li is proposed In- Manitoba Hat ,ho- tclmcn ehould be given a practica llTitle, than was the rase when its were mjder supposed limi- tations. lacls. One was penalized for keeping should recall Sir Ilool. I a dijorderlv house, and another lo ,._ a "gambling house; sixteen [requenlers were also fined. -In all, there were 21 convictions. P_ P. Drown, assislnnt paymaster says the separation -allow aTjce paid in Canada amounted to {1, 67! 000 ;n January, paid to SO.OOO-fam ilies and paid In Great Uri tain to 12.000 families. Assigned pa> I r.. iv'n mnnlh gmnn'nipil En S2 Ontario slammerl reciprocity in 1911 o slammen m 10 reciprocity Is not dead In On-! in tho same month CLUB CO-OPERATION replied In the organ lion of an aulomobile club hero lasL Itedarmers o, Ontario rflth ioO In attendance, demanded that j( fhe reciprocity offer of the United Stales be accepted by Ihe govern-1 i now cmount to abou ramels or, .the security of llvo sloe LClulCIl bllUUlLl ut '-------7 monopoly of handllns tobacco, cigars and cigarettes: opening billiard rooms, nd bowling alleys; and provldlns neals and fodgluss wllh Ihe eicepllon [.private hoarJins houses.- j M of the Nor- hern Crown bank at Hed Deer, .re- igned his position recently to give all nis time to life insurance, and has dc cided lo accept the offer o! the- Oreal West Life. Assurance..Co., of mm pep and will lake an Inspectorship on'their Alberta headquarters staff a Calgary. :Major Henry BlaylocS, nrho It an nounced has been awarded the Le gioii of Honor, the -decoration -heln presented by Gen. was memticr of lha law' class of university in 1S03. lie hB lo B Teerenum. ramels or, .te secury o vo s lion of an aulomobile club hero lasL ivas submitted is a magnificent thing for the agricul- Co-opcratiori is the spirit of it '-rmild earn- H lural aci1 Uve 3lock lne Dishonor unon it. Two mem by co-operating, among themselves. -through Iheir clab will be in a posi-mems m tjon to co-bperale with the.govern- rae (o thai will lo for Ihe good ol Ihe Jonah Etll! o: Koiitfiern Alberla an a whole. Every auto owner In the cily and; _ district should belong to the Auto-' U1BUUUU1 mobile Club.. It will help to adverlise ;ters ot tie Dominion parliament who as the .automobile centre sou.eht In enrich Ihemselves hy of Southern Alherta. The motor tour- nmmn i rea o IsKwhen he knows I.ethbridge has nn who auio club, will not be afraid to take 3tln lo the of the n (rip through Southern Alberta, foridlscredited public servants and lo re- universii> in for a time al Hteh-Tllver and Calgary. Later he went to England- He Is n of Dr. James Mills; 01 the Dominion railway commission. Ho was wllh Ihe Red Cross In France. FREIGHT STEAMER SAJL6 New York..March Aoioclal- ed Press-today announces: The Am-, crlcan freight Blcamer, Silver ehell, left hero today for ah .unnamed port In France. 'There w'ero.twelve Amer- knn-citizens among the crew. BOULTON'S AUTO LIVE RY_ "clostd and heated can for country trlpt. We make ipiclalty pltal calls. Quick -Drlvon Hurry calls at nlghfanivnred jrcmptly- Try us. _ DAY OR NIGHT Phone'1206 :cioAL a o. D. PHONE 1-3 4 5 Turner AVitchcll nl Kennedy's 4'0 13lh three years ago anrl--went to B-.C., has brrJTOhl his family anrt Inlcnds lo locate hero again. Mr. Fraser has pur- hased thvoush Grant i Molr a nnar- cr fcction near Iron from Chas. Knno of Lelhbrldge, the price cin? Jlr. Avcry, nt Ihe Arery .arhinc Co., who owns tirce secUons ol land cast of town, waa a visitor here this wee'nd Eiccllcccc. STORAGE FURNITURE AND PIANO' MOVING A SPECIALTY. COAL AND CRAVING McLean Transfer offlco: Balmoral Block Resldtnct: Seventh El. S. Phone IOB3. AUTO Baggage Transfer Goods Carefully and Quickly Handled. Can nandle. pianos or furnllure up to 2500 Ihi. ,COAL p.'D. -''phoni'-HM. Fletcher; Son Office t Reeldtnce" Phone Day or Nlghl. Day Phont, Palate try 668 Henderson GJraae, 'A- big Sli Cyllrideri Seven- Pa.iscn-er car. o! the bcsl and mosl comforlablc cars .n lhn Clly to rldo In. COUNTRY TRIPS PREFERRED as at Ihe Palace" ;