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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PARE poun THE DAir.Y s SATlMIUYj MAHCU 10, letbfeVlbje Tfoeralb j'jldjbiitoje, nlbcrtn -itfAiLv; AND w E E'KLY ;'_-.; Subscription 'Rates: -delivered, per weed 1J? nally.-dcilvercil, year Bally. mail, rer year tt'oeklr, By per Weekly, by moll, pur U.S.. world mill 111 wMeh vroro engaged nilehlr Mllous. It was iiocwsary Hint all the best brains should co-uiier-jto, but tt sccnns lliat tbo war council wns always Kitchener. He was boss. There Is no queslton.lhatiKllcheiwr vvns p groat ana forocful ho was so strong a character tliat others yielded lliolr best Judgment nnil allowed 111 in toll swiiy. It Is now seen (hat such a uollcy a mistake. I.oril Xorlh-I'lilTo ami Ills'is wore Utterly for Ibrlr attarta on KltclUMior. Lul iro do liol hesitate lo ailinll that (lie Dardanelles report Is a vlnJica' ctoii of UP P A SS TIN d BUSY quo., la votlpe 01: local option. Pierce Jn-Infl, n Woodstock, Out., nuclloueoV Is dead. Since the war starled, C.P.n. men have cullslcd. Tho RudJ lllocl; nl Arnprlor, OnL, was destroyed by llurgcss, of Toronlo, lin en. Islcd for overseas service. Whnrln, a pioneer Joivollcr, Is dead nl'Toroiitov Dr. Chas. Ault, n native of Aults-vllle, Out., died In Montreal, need S3. A. B. Simmon, a Klugslou ncwa-papeiinan, Is dead. Midland, Ont., 'will glvo a bonua to n Elifubuliding jilanl. Jas. Chauuian, a pioneer ot Thorn-lilll, Onu died, agi'J ?0. John 11. Tlaiber, es M.P.l', (or IlaU Ion, died at Georeoloivn, Onl. Rev, D. E.' Cameron, Anglican rec, lor al Uurford, Out.. Is Head. John Keen, M.P.I'- for Kjislo, .has. Iceii chosen dcjiuly sronker o( the B. C. Leglslalure. Cupl. II. G. lingers, son of lion nobsrt llogers, has beon mado an aldcVdc-camp in E'nglau J. B. J. lias been appointed Provincial Forester by lha Oularlo ffovernmenl. There were eleven murders in Al-bcrla lasl year, anil eleven [lertons commiUed [or trial. Two ivero convicted. I TELEPHONES municipalities will lo ulven tho right lo deal In coal. John J. Tilley, fi, former Inspector of Molel Schools In Ontario, died at Ksbes. John T. Kowitt, reelEtrar of tlie suprcEno court of OuCarlo nl Drant-forj, ts dead, All slumlnrj hotels in Onlarlo, Ihe license board rules, musl servo meals. HGT. A. 11. nruniin, mtnlslcr of SI. Paul's 1'resbylorfan churc'b, IlotyiMflii; ville, has resigned. Duncan oJ police nl Sydney, N'.S., died from Injuries Ihrough n fall. Col. Hocfcell, Ilie Toronto officer, tilled In aetlou, was au architect. St. Laurence Hall, one of Bttdnesi OOiro LEAGUE TO ENFORCE JUSTICE. Tho New York Outlook fays 11 Is In Ik-arty syrapjiliy with those wlio arc Ei-ekhiB lo discover souie better method man between the nations to establish lulled between them, but It'-mkcs serious escciiliou to two fe-J-luri-s iii Ibs spcclBo of ihe j-wginvlp Enforce Peace. "If (13 Illle adequately represents lie lire object to Its purpose; 1C It not adequately rci.refcnt Us purpose, we object lo (lie II 'The'leagce of nations ought to." ba organlznl not lo enforce tat lo enforce justice. It cannot' be loo oltcu "affirmed thai iieace is not righteous, L'ut unrighteous, which Is' not (ounileil ;6n justice. It can-ijM'fcejtoo often affirmed lual, in tho words Iho Hebrew A. Buchanan John Ycrrance Hanaslns Dlrcclor Business HMOS tir ctriry ot stosrrlnlloin 'P-pur dr'lv on aMrcM A'.ftpt-tnro ot pipers gale our autlior.'ty to contlnuo tha jut'scrlp-lion, re or King jnd Country need. >fau right THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Tlie Germans are finding Illllo io eElF.l'llsh a new line of do-feiH'e in ?nllcnl, under Hie cc-sseless activity of Iho Dritlf'.i Eiins and the. riiltbli ItJIs very doubtful _if they will be ihfc'io finil a satisfactory pclnl at wblcn to jiinlie E stand of eny a uciv lino considerably-behind The French tiare" shown rear-he activity in CharapQgiie In-' (lie pa; few anrt dispatches record- no peace, wicked." Ai long as ibore are crim- inal's "violating the rights of'the In- dividual In tne community, (lie COQI- ake war upuu tlicQi. i nro criminal nations Germans. Jsts in Mesopotamia, as-a'result ot General Maude's" wholesale .sweep _oi fie back upon Bagdad.: the British cavalry "within 12 .miles only -expresses of Haedsd, the Turks are siill fleeing In. disorder, and it is pointed out, can scarcely make, a stand chis .side of, Bagdad. Tho city 'itself, lying ToHey, Is iudefenEiblp, nn-l tho Turks' La Lo retire tp-'ilic Tho Russians in 'Persia'aie pressing down upon ilio Turks' from ttc' iiorlli increasing-1 success. Ellcli crlminBis." H is true llial judges to lup.lntslu juatico are ;ea pf ihe and po- Ucn.'are'often called .peace officers, nut "it Is'-aisti true that language nol thought and feeling, it also produces thought aad feelli and' io Enforce Peace b'y s' title produces the Impression that iB'ultlrcatG purpose of the League Tha ultimate' purpose of lie'Lep-guc ought to be-Justice. v .Altogether the fate o[ tbe Turk op- pehrs ItTbe srale'i "in front. MVtlson -take steps .immedlately to ships. PLACING THE HESPOKSiafLITY .nominating .diili-.lcs lo oppose ConEcrriiiire mem-f villa's "oldest hotels, has been soli. It c P H will 'be" created inio on apartmem bouse, C. R Close, who taught school at Mucleod in 1S03, died at Cordova, Alaska, Ha a native of Ottawa. Thc Drummotid Hill Presbyterian church N'ingara Falls, celebrat- ed Its Jloth anniversary. All Guelph's public utilities, elec trlcal, gas, waterworks, radial rail- way anil Guelph Junctfon railway, made a profit iu 1016....... Paul Scharfenberg. of SL Paul, a private In "L1" cojnpany. eota Inlantry, wes louud guilty ot rurniahinE mil Itary to Germany and sentenced to live years fn tho United States 'military pftssojiser (rflln l Truulou, Onl, Twenty ere .Injured, Jos. Spracklln, a well known, breed- er of spaniel and Is dead at Woodstock, Onl. P.obL Tooke, 3 [ilonter settler o[ the Cnruiau, Mau., district, at Man. Fire did 575.COO daniaga to the builnins and slock oi the W. uud D. Dluccu Co., Toronlo. Ei-Mayor Hcphuru' ot Slral ford, wLo had been tat .collector for the past tivelvo years. suddenly, y are' nomioa In such instances? OUR SEED GRAIN INDUSTRY ELEVATOR., In coonectiun with -lha proposal tbat nn ( elevator stould ba pflabliEliei befe, 11 !o liota effect such an In- stilutioU; TTQiild have on the. seed grain "business" of Weslcrfr Canada: It has come to be a recognized fact, and" this year's eiperienco serves but to. ctaphssize it, tbat Eoulhern Al- vast in the It made lo bring fhous- at Fort Leavcnworth, Kans., court by a Ei-PresMent Wm. through Loudou, Ont. said in an in- terview Ibai. American' strips would be would attack the lirst sub- marine sighted in the danger mno, and that the first clasb. would bring matters to on issue. De- tlie Conservatives broke an un-; seats -there not to be a. contest, by cominat- Jijfj a candidate against Lieut. Gor- rjtm Macdonald in Ferabina. The re- spOTLsIbllity for conteslios seats at present held by memfcera in kbati -dollars "to this part oE Can- .entirely Ihe Opposition. "The Liberals Jiei'er nomirialcd cap- fiitlata Egainst z soldfer member unli] tie Conserratirek, broho the arranse- jient and a candidate In lbcrlrv. lias racognized 'as Ilie home of good seed. The famaVon by Arthur Perrey, XIck Taltlnfer, C. S. Noble and olher farmers -throughout the soulli at vari- ous seed .has caused the west io look op Southern Alberta as being specially adapted for ilift- protluc- {ion'of high' which demand a. for eeed purposes. This yeat-' Southern Alberta vliwt will seed Ih1e_ stern wheat fields, while .VyH.VT SA-GHAD'S FALL FfllGHT MEAN- tThij well informed military critic the New York Times surmises loaf Bagdad fall, the far-flung, reaching deep into, (ho of and Arabia, which ara Oi'her Turkish in sctusl Tnie or merely Dr. Donald A. McCrlmruon, o[ iplcy, Ont.( loronrly ot Luctnow, ia dead. Major John Jenkins Moysc, son Dean Moyse rt McGIH Unlversfly has died oC Sirs. wife ot the tor mer chiet of police' at Medlclno 1IM, died in Calltornia. Natural Shoulders The prevailing vogue of natural shoulders travels nicely with narrower lapels and higher waistlina. The latter effect still rules in thoroughly correct coats. In New York and in every other city in which live men who appreciate the nicer things ot life, the same identi- cal ideas are howbe- mg presented. Sitits, Twenty-Jive to Thirty-five Dollars CREIGHTON BROS. Tailors to Men G04 Third :Avc. S. Also ]20 t'lehlh Avc. E., Colgary. ANCHOR-OONAiDSON OLASOOW 70 MccJfdno Hut iz preparing lo hold a bfg'stanipude tills suiniiicr. Major II, J. CogliUI. former second in commanil of nn Ottawa battalion, liow at Amhcrst. N. S., Ins been np- ,iolnted to an huportnnt posit ten In ;bo hilUtin dcpnrlment under Col. Me- dines, asslstnnt Thlrty-sercn per coal, of tho stock of (he C. I1. It. Js hold In tlie U- S. asRlnst 20 por cent In 1911. Sliorlff V.pUiuKlillii, of Melville Saak., ono of ihe backers nf tlie Taui cms MelvUlo team, WE SAVE YOU MONEY' ON WEARING APPAREtfcSHOES FOR YOURSELF FAMILY HEHHESEY 4 WILSON NORTH LETHBRIDGE. Job lie was JJ.OOO sligrL 11 hla accounts. Rev ('has. Patcrson-Smylh, of Major'; Russell hV Johnston, son of Brantford._has calLed the rec- the late j; I. Johnston ,a bL Plilllps _ oals frpm_tlhe south be oa _ many Onlano farms. "Wheat and-oats' also being" to the Da- kotea and Jlinnesota for seed. As'for the'grass (he denianil is growing yearly, and whers Ontario and the States have been supplytER the dcrnand, Southern Alberta Is. in a position Una year lo do her sbrire. It Is Interesting to note lhalf ol 747t- Cor the opportunity to lliron pound5..o( timothy seed In the In1 tVo Tofie of the Eultan ar.d set storage elevator at Calgary, autonomous Governments. It will "pounds of It-is from points jscrlously impair Hie efficiency of the-alone the Crow's Nesl line. Including Turlilah ircoiis in I'ersli who areJFinchcr Creek, Cowley and CoaliJalc. opposing the advance .ot Ihc seed, at the ordinary price to tli6 farmer of about 1 cents per pounrl, very creditable showing for an Industry so young. H an elevator were built In Lelh bridge that would provide storage ami cleaning facilities so that' the faroi- era could a specialty ot seed L'eou- through the efforts of this Hlllc rtlecllbnr -It would .be a great thlcp In ihe Near East, xco nay "see j (or the.djstrlcl, anil Jt would te good -r ror Canada farmer for he wo old tc assured a good supply of Ihe'rlghi hind of seed at any lime he might tfeslrc it In -bis operations. who follow the War Vhoulcl not neglect this far-avay field o't Asia Minor. The country, is lllUe kcown, it is ITUO, tut the elratcRy U all mobile, autl decided, British sue- rc.-s will not be Its "f-ffcct on tlio ftglittnp'iri Earope. In- chant of Vancouver, lias been killed In action. Lt. Colquhou, another Vancourer oEdcer, a hroVcr, former- ly Iho Dank of Montreal and a i native of Waterloo, Out, DOS also ueuu kilieu. A Zurlcb despatch lo lha Parla Temps snys that the Austrian minis- ter ol war has called Into service '.he class of. ID JO, that Is'youth a horn In ami IQQp. .The .recruits, it ia stated, rouat present themselves on March 10 for immediate serrice. The Austrian ecirernment ia likely lo call out men aged from 54 lo 61. who are capable of giving military service, the despatch adds. Judgment by rlcfault has been en- tered against H. N'. Serclh (or 52G.S5 In favor of the Standard Lum- ier comiJany, limited, at B.C. The defendant guaranteed pay- ment of Indebtedness incurred by the HKersfde Lumber company, limited, ol Calgary plaintiffs, anil neglected, or retused to the bsl-' ance still flue. of the officers contained in Ihe official London among thr Canadians, whose names have been brought lo the attention ot the Sec- retary of Slate lor valuable service In connection with lha wur, Is Captain (Rev.) George O, Fallla. Captain Fol- i was the pastor of the Fourth Av- enue Methodist church, H. C-, whim he offered hfs services to the AIllKla Department In the capac- ity of Chaplain fn 1915. Daniel A. Stewart, a Grand Trunk detective ,and Eomicr member ol the Windsor lire department, accidental- ly shot and killed himself at Wind- onio. V Firo deslroyeil Ihe: homo ot Mra. Jlornsey. a soldier's wife, ai, Strat- ford. Kind hearted citizens took up subscription anil presented her with a comiorlablo brick Itoherls of Winnipeg, sold Koliim- Q, who v.-as chEmnlon I'ercheroD .cl Rrandon, Saskntoon. N'orU JlaLllc- Ion! and Prince .Albert fairs'in-1316, lo A. J. Illndj of Glen Ewen, for LOANS FOR LIVESTOCK THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE is prepared to encourage the development of the Western livestock industry by extending liberal credits to good farmers to puichasc breeder and feeder livestock. FINISH THE FEEDERS IN CANADA KEEP THE HEIFERS AT HOME In 1915 about 45tOOO head cattle were (akcn from the Winnipeg: stock yards for distribution among farmers Northwestern Stales, representing serious loss to Western .Gan'adiari farmers, f _ We ivish to assist in slopping this movement. Consult us before selling unfinished stock. .If you.nuisl'scHi let us try to find you a buyer at home and build up.your own district. Lethbridge Branch- R. Tf Brymner, Mgr, King's and DRAYIN6 OF ALL KINDS COAJL, 0. 0. D. 1050 OFFICE 'ARCADE BOULTON'S AUTQ LIVERY Closed ind Iicited can for counlf'y tripl. We make.-a specialty ot plUI cjlls, prlvera ;Hurry cilli at night answered promptly- Try" DAY'PH NIGHT Pliqne 1206 AiflROW COLLARS arc cut to fit the. shouts perfectly The" Sastiilchen-an Act lo provide represenlBlibn fn the as- sembly for the members ot tho over ihc the power of Tor- -key, not alone in Kuropt, wlitre Jt I "bx peeled bill In, Asia as well.' Nearly tvlce the amount of stock lor tbcjof ..the. C.P.R. 13 held In the United pNE-MAN RULE IS A FAILURE. Kitchener is largely .failure of the Dardanelles Stales now than held In 1311. Sic assurucrt loo much uowcr, nndjThe defeat of reciprocity didn't kill so the report that', annexation for here we Rnd OUT ,IL 15 Inirnisslhlo for one man to ki .'all and run everything. In ibal fipcef Ihc report Is hers In be elected by llic jvcrsons who at the lime of lating ihe poll, shall ta frnalifieA ag stipulated. One mem- ber shall be elected by the soldiers in England; by those who are In France'or Tho elec- tion shall lake place al such date or dates as may be fixed, by Ihe lieu- tenant-governor In council- provided tbut the clccllon flhall he. completfiil on or before Tltcember 1, 1317. Can- didates for election musl have scrrcrt t least six ninths with the expodl lonary forces." donbl (rfli9 Kaiser knew all or IhougM he 'dirt. Dim fa iir.dins out doesn't. -Karly'and complete vTctory was but lie finris tbct bo (3 nol fibeycd. '.-This one-man a, failure. Ayhcrcver il ha.i.bccr] tried in govern- inents, provincial, T italc, federal, it lias fallen down. Success KKchtnor coultf'rto'mlnclc b 'Africa or India, but lie made a mie- tafco fn asEnming nil the rcsponsf- YanVee friends anneiing control or Canada's greatest transportation sys- tem. Isn't It itboul lime for some Eastern Canada loyalist to start 'a Leader Mlchcner Is prepared lo trust the destines of Alberta In hands of Ihe LluC-rul Government for three more years. K llif Govern- ment Is as good as lhat, why not lei ua hare an election just lo find out what the .atoul imagine, hnWcvor, that Mr. Mlchener has guagcd Ihc opinion o" (ho people, pretty veil Jn this In- THE. STANDARD BANK OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE TORONTO SAPHTY DRPOSIT BOXES ere now installed at this Branch lor the cus- tody of valuable papers, etc., affording safety and privacy. Further information supplied EST'D ioT3 hv the nnnager. 223 LBTIIBRIDGE BRANCH C. F. BLETCIIEJl, M.n.t.t. 2H. UlS N. Then shall the King say unto them on his right hand...... "I was an hungered, and ye gave me meat; I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink......... naked, and ye clothed Then shall they answer him, "Lord, when saw we thee an hungered, and fed thee? or thirsty, and gave thee drink? ....or naked, and clothed And the King shall "Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of ihese my brethren, ye have done it unto Overseas, in ravaged Belgium, more than of "the least of these" are, hungry, thirsty, thinly to us! nave you done what you could for any of them? Whatever you can give, send your subscription weekly, rnorilhly or in one lump sum to Local or Provincial Committees or n SEND CHEQUES PAYABLE TO TREASURER Belgian Relief fund SB St. Peter Street, Montreal The Greatest Relic! Work in History. Contributions may be sent to W. A. BUCHANAN, M.P., Chairman Belgian Relief Committee, Ltlhbrldoe, Alberta. COALJIUB5T BRANCH D. A.rllRRlE, Ac NO TUACTOK LIKIv THE OA.SK The tractor liulll honestly ami-carefully; one lhat wilt serve yovi carctnlly for years. When htiy. Ing farm power eliminate sll risks as to Irablor ntid durability.' After you havo inTCs fllflcrenl mnkca you will say to yourself. 1 irnnt CAPACITY DURABILITY ACCESSIBILITY SIMPLICITY ECONOMY that siielh E Let us tell yeu more about ihem.' M. P. JOHNSTON COMPANY ALBERTA BLOCK DRATiKG OF D, PHONE i 4 5 Turneiv Witelicll Office at Ktnnify's 4W 13th 81." DRAY1NG 01 AlIKiuilH WesterijtransferCo. C. P. R. Freight Shtd: PHONES Office '....A.. 1163 Slables W STORAGE FURNITURE AND. PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY. DHAY'INC COAL Transfer Balmoral Block 1037 .624 Seventh St. S. Pjlont 1065. Goods Carefully Qukk Can handle .pianos or furnilur up >o'2500 Ibi." COAL C. 0. D. Phone 1420. Flctclicr Son 'Office Alenan'dra Hottl nesidence Phone Call Day or Day Phone, Confection ery Hepdersort Garage, The Mm luto A Ills Sll Cylinder, Scvcl Patscnser CBJ. Oni o'. Ihc IIFS and most cpmforlaMn cira the Cl'y'to rldo In. COUNTRY TRIPS PREFERRED "Meet ui at the Palace" ;