Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAfiE FOUR THE. TUESDAY, MAnCJJ C; 1917 Ucvalb .DAILY AND 'ti .Subscription pally, delivered, per week delivered, per year Dally, .by mntL per year Weekly, oy mall, per year ......Jl-60 by ranll. per year to U.S.. J100 TELEPHONES EuElnoss omfo EdllDrlBl Oifico VV. A. Bvcbsnan Huaslns Director John romance Business Marmcei Date? ot expiry of subscriptions ap- on address label. Accept' ITKO ot papers after eip'rnlUm date Is cur authority to continue lha subscrip- tion. V'our King ana Counlrv right now1 need you THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR There is but ono reason, and one or parly anVBiilage. Ami 1 hope lhal, by Ihe time those questions arc under; ,'onsitderallon, tlie women of Ilia COUH- ,ry ivill Imvc someihsiiG iu them. I hope Iliftt by I lml they will have with HID men n volco In llic ronrtycl ot our public affaire, mid have all lho rlfihla they aro properly entitled to. Then woo betide iho man who Is eullly nf lack of duly or mal- reaenuco in p'ftce." Hero wo seo llaron Is (n favor'or n national governnionl and Tlio iJaroii Is a big Canadian al the head ot a biff enter- prise, and II our affairs were conduct- ed on tlia business principles lhat liayo inflilo the 0, P. K. OIIB nf tho successes of Hie world, Cann- illar.5 would be more coiilonl with gov- ernments and parlies Limn they are loiluj-. The Uarosi realizes that It Is pospiblo lhat by unity of action wo fiui gel gooJ service In Ilio adminis- tration of our affairs, but not oilier- wise. One of Ibo faults of Ihe parly system of government Is that men are rlioscD to administer departments o[ the government without consideration of their business oblllty. Considera- tion given to ierritorlal tlon, race and creed "Ihe gift o" Ihe gab" and other minor matters, and consequently our govern- ments, often IncluJe men that wo PICKED UP Saskatchewan provincial :uay be hold 111 .Juno. c-lcc'.loiiB llninlllou Council decided on a lax rate ol 23 mills Burns, tictid of Iho Kulckcr- only, which compelled the'would'not go lo for business ailvlco retreat of the Germaus lo direct our private business Bapaumei and lhat fs the fact that Iho ffroal losses they had suffered and the Intense actlvlly of the British artillery made It Impossible for them to longer affairs. During the war we should have 'the soundest business men of Canada active In (he rjlroctidn of our affairs. We can only secure such men hold Ihe ei tended front, and made abandoning the partisan form ol nmenl unlll tlio war Is over al any rale, though vc will need Just as 11. C. Liberals In caucus pained John Marl, -M.IM'. for Victoria RS chlet whin. Thc total expend'" ura lor Saskatch- ewan la estimated 'at f arid the iolal revenue nl Mrs. leaholla Holmes, Of Chatham, died from burns resulting tioni her clothing (gutting Ironi u gas stove. rollce searched tlio premises I a North Oxford farmer they found In the cellar five muskrat skliis'and Uie LJelt of a coon, lie was (iucj J4U5. t Rev. John Kay and Hey, Mr. Mlt- nf Stratford Presbytery, will have completed fifty years lu lhe_ Presbyterian inlnlslry In May, 'and thc event will be fittingly marked. K. D. Mor son. Dllawa, commander of tho 2i Divisional Artillery, has been inada Canadian Artillery Corjis commander' in succession to JlRJor-Gc-ncral Uurst- lall. North Dafcolii fcglslnturc dcfa'ated a late elevator bill. Angus McDonald, mine owner and nloncer figure In Mauftoba circles, an eastern nrllllery battery. A'ier thirty years' continuous scr- oil tho StralforJ Sejwralo Bchoo! Uoarp, Maurlco Dillon has resigned lo accept lha jjosiiloi) ol secretary, Hon.'Frank CQdirane, Is Brranglng lo convene llic Erccinl cominlttco Lo (tic House of Commons, appojuteil (o eonsulcr Iho bill lo nmeiul Riid con eolldatc the Act on ]2 Grace Ground, doughlor Senator and Mrs. Groima of North 1 tcotd, and Carl Law's ol lletthiE a tbc construction period. However, it is useless lo suggest national govern- ment. Our Conservative Wends don't afejolutoly .necessary "for (ncm fhorleo their llnct and seeli a new position Ibal could he defended with- out Ihe risk and danger ol such great losses. Dut It IE eren DOTT becoming appar- ent lhat there "s nowhere on the. favor it because It might mean a se- front for the Germans to vere shake up at -Ottawa and losing establish a defcnslre line that will nol very eoon after begin to again leel the effects of the terrific bombard- mecl ot British guns. Already, accord- ing to yesterday's dispatches, the new line beyond Is becoming mighty.uncomfortable, and soon these defences loo will begin (o crumble and another re'.reai, perhaps of even greater magnitude, will be forced upon Caplaln Dumlmni, M.Pif Peterhoro, received a cable from the H'sli Com- missioner's office ]n London, stating il would be necessary Lp have his df- Canada to serve In tbe war is preferable to taking any such chance as that. C. M." Johnson, a Xelson soldier, whose wife Is at Orillia, Out, beJJcv- herself lo be a widow, ta alive and that the husband was a very poor the Germans. Farther south at Sallley-SailltEel, ihe Germans were able lo make a Nad lie. corresponded cessful raid, capturingv some grouodjregularly with wile, sh'e woulrt, irell al DramshoU. England. Last September Jobnson was re killed In action. ID a letter to the Nelson Patriotic fund he stales that be has rccoTtjred from wounds. wife Is being notified. This dispatch prompts us lo remark to relieve soldiers for fighting- -put forward through Ottawa government. One hundred and seventy million C. John Kcmmfs, M. P. P., Pfnch'e Creek, elected ly tho Royal Arch .Masons as Graad SaperlntetiJenl fa Cram! Z. Paul Emlle Thllmilt, prainofer and broker, Viclorlavllle, Quebec, has been taken Into custody on ft chtirge of It a v lug stolen three ma 11 bigs (ainlng from a Elefgh. at Drum- mondvlllo. Tho official press bureau announces thai HID British, nrimo minister .has just received a from David J. Jojinalon t lie Canada NUro.Pro- ducts announcing that he would present to tho nation Creiglitbn'a Style Ideas are not uevel- oped solely loryoung men. The man of fifty, forty 'or thirty who wears them ap- pears quite as digni- fied and correct as the youth of twenty appears distinctive and brisk.; Good style knows no age limit. Suits 5 to CREIGHTON BROS. Tnilovs to Men 604 Tliivil Avc.'S. Also 120 Eighth Ave. B.r Calgary, IMPOflTANT AUCTION SALE OF-. 1 10 Registered Ciyjles- (lalc Mares iiixl i'lllics THE PROPERTY OF F. J. HASSAHO, SASKATOON. Wednesday March 14 1 COMMENCING'AT; V'P.M, Thcao oi-o a very choke, lot ot in'urca anil lilllcs wllh'lcll of EUUBlMlCC bl'St Ot (COt KUU leffa. Ages (roni'2 lo 6 A number ot prlzo wlimors In this ljuncfi, Conip and Bdecl yc-iir- self a eooil breeding mare. Hatf cash, arid batanca .lo Nov. 1st, 1517.011 approved joint lien notti. 7 F. HABSARD, Prop. A. 8. WALKER, Audi. CONSIDER QUESTION OF FARM LABOR Man., Mar. Tho 01- whltcflsh eggs that would have been wi'l of nfjnculttral workjn tho Un- taT.'a correspondent of Iho Telegram hatchet! inside of 30 days have been Kingdom 100 tractors of p gaj-a: dumped out on Hie ground at considered to the most.clflcl-i ''Blake- Robertson, nsslslnnt supcr- Kingsvillc Hatchery, owlns.to bad water, and sllll In Bood con- dition brought to tho hatchery in Sar- nia by express Tor belter protection. AUCTIONSALE HULLS AND. STALLIONS J. H. PATRICK SONS' Will otter for Bale by auction at Donnoll'B Lfvbry jjarn, LQlb- brMgo, on; WED., MARCH 11 AL piio o'CIock Two carloads of. Ilegldered Sliorthorn and HercforJ Dulle. Also from Imported sires sod tliima.' United Slates agencies, consult ivlth the citizens committee and oilier organdzatlons- .which are dealing wlth'lbo (juesllon of farm la- bor. "Hon. AV. J. Ilo'ehe, minister ol terior, Is anxious to cooperate in cv- cnl yet designed In America. The glit (ntepdent of fmtaigraUon. will leave'cry possible way with tlio western'or- 1s to Include harrows, binders) anil for Winnipeg where no will be eanlzaLIoils which arc Interested "In other Implements. A skilled mccban-( jolnej by W. J. White, Inspector of solving Iho prolilom." WE SAVE YOU OH WEARING FOR YOURSELF FAMILY HENftESEYi WILSON ic will accompany each IracLor. from the BrUisb, but this was quietly regaioetl in counter-atlacks. nave leen kept' In (.he region of A'erdun, where tne Gerraans bave been "repeatedly altack- Jue. only to b'eld'riyen French TH'S GOVERNOR REAL "FRIEND Tho Hon.' T. W. of Xorth Carolina, is willing- (o sacrf- months ago, hare known that he alive. An Ottawa dispatch says that con- stitutional lawyers are of the opinion thai contrary to (he general unfler- slandtag, ivomcu's. suffrage, .aithough Sranled by five doesi not under the Dominion laws eitend tc the federal franchise in these provlri- ces. Tn Saskatchewan and Alberla lliere fs no doubt IbaL "under Ihe Do- o( the roads. II was the Intention of the board, he continued, lo work In close ro-oncrallon irilh Hie boards of the other Foulhern Alherla tnwna. t J. S, HenlDger, to Ihe oues- tlon of building a new staled.thai it one of Ihe mnsl crying needs of the moment. The men hart no p'aco 10 go for wholesome enjoyment arrl belter-' raent. We were, he stated, lo provide shelter (or our dumb an-i imals while our young peonle were too' often let loose jpn the ruhllc lo do as j tbejr saw fit. Tie soueht. Ihe voice ot: (From Onr Own_ thc aR lo how the town Magralh. March p.-U the Board of h m Qceed (o u b: Trade re-orpnolialton meeting last week-end Fred W.' Karren -j M -n n> plan of. procedure and lhat such ac E., P. Wood, D. H. of tSiif Tbe question of securing a station will be dealt Tvith at once. Davies, r Ed. Hodges and Ben-Matkln placed, on the board of directors. In calling the Diee'loe to ordsr fire even the most healthful hours of minion act the women have not got Mayor Bconfon staled'that the "old ruliershlp fees' were flicd at two. NORTH UETHBRIOGE. HP sleep to the farmers of his slate. Jn hi.s "naugural he says: -If Iherc be a man in North Carolina The Dominion parliament board of trade, bad been'of marked swamp or ler- rtncss should (he same rlgbl in financial stringency, the board rare -j. miis'ue. J7 thsre ts s isrsicr; rjomlnlnn. Th'At is the case in'had gradually died, and so little or Wtaerir a rt.l. "othlw tad dm'. duriw the -a leaant who hungers for a Tine snd slves Ihe franchise to women, the .fig tree he may call bis own, I right applies lo fedcrfil affairs. all eucL to know that the governor, of the slate will count It an honor and n joy lo rise up at midnight and lend a be'niuK liabd. "Tne first and dearest -work" of Governor Bickell's administration' "will be a supreme effort fo translate Ihe tenants ot the stale Into land- TO AGITATE FOR REFORMS MoDtreal, March 5, A new reform boily, the National Reform associa- tion branches of which are to be launched in other parts of Canada, was organized at a preliminary meet- Ing held here during the weefc-ecd. Thc new has principally In "Here and he cries, "In View the securiog of Cour things: Abo- Ibe oE God and these wlt-jlition uf capital puaishmenL- votes lor nesses, I coniecrale my-eli anrt all thc power and prestige ot mi" office lo tb's May it succeed, hopes the New York .Times, hut maj.no .tenant ring Ihe obliging governor up later than 10 p.m.! tem; n; aholition of the Ireallng'sys- inc] prison reform, Ilobert Bicberdite, Is father of the moYemenL eight, seasons. But ilnce there no farmers' organization or any- backed' 'uo bv" thing of li'xe naliirs to seek for mutual progress, he thouebt the lime.was op- j the to revive the board In order be while the membership committee" Ja every man In the Magrath I The board Is otf to a Food start with one OL the best pushers in ell Nothing known to science is better for this painful ailment than Zam-Buk. It inflammation, stops bleeding, the agony.. Easily applied'and cleanly. Why go on Why not try it? Read the following cures. Mrs. C. Hanson, Poplar, "I suffered for fears with bleeding piles. pain so bncl could hardly walk. I tried remedy after remedy, and finally underwent an" operation, but only got "temporary relief. 'At .last 1 tried Zam-Buk; Perseverance with this .remedy com- -t. plclely cured me, and there has been bo return of the trouble Mr. W. J. Donovan, of New Edinburgh, Ont., writes: ''For two feiri with blec piles, Thc pain was most intense. tried one after another of the so-called remedies, but without effect- Al Ust I decided to try Zam-Buk. .This gave quick relief front the gnawing pain, and perseverance wllb Zum-Buk cured riic. jTlie cure haj been perrvunedu" to ID eel the needs of Upon President-elect Karren taking' the chair, the meeting at once pro- LINER ARRIVES AT LIVERPOOL ceeded to business. Mr. Karreu thank-1 xew York, March announces: Tbc British, Andanla, a Cunard liner, ed Ihose present for Ihe honor con-' N'ew York, March (erred and stated he would do his td Presa constant inmost for thc development steamship ZAM-BUK AT.SO CURES BLOOD POISON. ULCERS.'COLD FORES.' CHAPPED HANDS, SCALP CUtS. '11URNS. BRUISES.- SCALDS >rj INJURIES anil DISEASES. All and or Zam-Dut Co.. Irce lor print. hirmlul subtlituiti And prepifaliom idtRaced it "Just ii ffiaJ." FREE BOX lend iper, le iUmp to :na-Buk Co., TwoMo. !al rcttCrt Ijial bos, of the town. He mentioned, the fact which left New Vork on Washington's thai Magrath was sadly In need ot a birthday eighty passengers, In- new station and also a good gymna- eluding a Harvard unit of American sium. These mailers will receive thc ambulance men, rairlved safely Jn Immediate allentfon of Ihe board, as Liverpool to cable, will also a more substantial grading advices received Jjy..the line here. BOULTON'S AUTO; LIVERY Closed and heated cart for country trlpt. We make a specialty tf pltal calls. _, Quick Hurry calte at nlghl promptly. Try UK. DAY OR NIGHT Phone 1206 THIS-YEAR'3 POTATO CROP TVe do not sny ad- vice about raising potatoes this year. Certainly lading Uiem last year was a profitable business, but who ran tell Ebaol Ihl3 year? Xew Brunswick and Ontario suffered potato shortages Jn 1916 but likely as not they will have a normal crop In 1917 and be able to supply their reauiremenU, and export as well. Alberta growers are war- ranted in cropping 33 many polaloes Ihla year as last, especially since when they put in last year's crop they had no Idea of the demand and the price. Jn Ihcte days of war food Is a big factor, and Iherc are not as many people producing food now as there wtre prior lo I9U. The world looks to Canada to assist In making up thc It might lie well then, 1[ Our farmers anfl gardeners increased Ihc potato acreage Ihls year. BUSINESS GOVERNMENT AMD VOTES FOR WOMEN Baron Shaughnossy, who presided over the meeting which wotind up Ihe .rcraarkabte camrargTi fn Montreal ihnt gained for the Patriotic Fund more .than in subscriptions, made the following significant remark: "If I were In charge of ttie ol (he country, were administering the government, I Rssltlanca (o carry these things through as we have had In thlg fund Such enthusiasm, such capacity for organization, such singleness of pur pose, would give u-i rejulls a thousand times better than can be lud when htive to coDEfder political VVJiEEE TO GO FOH Roofing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HIGK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. OF ALL COAL C. O.r.D.'' 1 5 Turner OKice at Kennedy's 410 13th 8t DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Liniitcrt v P. R. Freight Shodj PHONES' Office Stables 10M "Feeling Tough, I had spells like that, blue, no v, gave me instead of tea or coffee. Xow I sleep belter, smile oftener, and nerves behave. Never knew bow bnrmfu! Ion nnd coffee were 'till I quit llicm. Why don't .you try Postiim? "There's a Reason" P. LUND SONS Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS SUPPLIES If you are going to build, write, us. PUT agent will call upon you willi plans, prices, etc. We liayc tne largest inlll' in British Columbia. i Distributing Yards: Macleod, Coaldale and Medicind'Hat Ilcndqiuuicrs al the LETHBRIDGE LUMBER YARDS Coi1, 3rd Arc. and I'honc 5.1G LeUibridgc, Alta. P. 0. Box 189 STORAGE FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING 'A SPECIALTY. COAL AND DRAYING McLean Transfer Balmoral Block" .'Ptioiie 109V RcEldcnce: 524 Seventy SL S. Phont 1089. Baggage Transfer Goods Carefully and Quickly Handled. Can grille or furnlturt up O. Phone 1420. Flclciicr Son Office al Alexandra Hottl nesldence Phcne Calls Day or NlflM." Day Phone, Palace Canfection- cry 668 Henderson Garage, Tilt Hudson Huto liner) A bin Sli Cylinder. Seven- Passenser car. Onn a'. Iho lies! and'tnost comEorlablc car3 'D IKo City (o Me In. 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