Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, MAHCII THE PAOR SEVEN Hi ALLIES Tel AM AfBri i rfUIPIE OB II was difficult ,lo raise Ihp puces- fl II 1II .T I AN lUUrlt my luhB. II is estimate.) lhat I1 [J AV'I AK Kerr epcnl nearly lii connec- 1 SHI I -II How' They Rtaalncd 8trcnutl> Hun wllb llio twit roads movement. and Vigor. i When llio conilllloii or Die lie real ci- talo market Fhowed slBiia ot chang- husband Ine, Kerr Irled to maintain his noal- la TO" rails eld lint) I am 18 years of UOH Jn log liuiliiesa world Ijy organ- age ami we owe our good bcaltJi to. telng companies und EclllnB EtocX, Vlnol, llio ergatesl stretiBlli creator hut DICED ventures always proved onil-mcdlc'lno there' cither disastrous, leaving Mtii poorer lhan one of ua 6Ct Jnl'o a ivcakeiied, fun i before, down condltlou, Vlnol jiaa noyor fall- Failed With a of ed to liulld us up null restore strcnBth. I (n (He fall of 1313 Kerr rounil him- We have often iald we would nol bo uolf hopelessly. Involved am] oven hla li Now in Charge of Provisional jiving now were II not for Mary A. I.co. Govl. at Saloniki Wilh Army Organized Vorh, .Mar, Preiu- J ler Vphlzelos ot Greece, wlio la now I ftt the'hoad oE llio provincial govern- uimH M Halonlhl, lias cabled to G, Cn- In Now Vorjt government Tlio reason Vlnol Is so efficient In optimism could ECO no way out or'' [ho Iiniiasso. lie lliere- _ ......r foro assigned to George L. Sclielkcy, uji strength for'wratencJ, I or Vancouver, who eventually paid feeljle old pcoplo- IB because it the office rent and a dividend of 27 tains bed and co'l llyor peptones, Iron cent, on Tlio ordinary ami inanxnneso llycerophgaphalea, lul Ionics IVo K'leh every person )n Lcthbrldgc who IB suffering from a v.-eakoncd, down, devitalized condillon peplonalcs and creditors'did not get anything. most UUCCCBS. Ilia WlowiiiB-'slolcmeiil minlo..MarcJi j fa vinoT'on our guaron'tc'i) to" return :lr money If II (alls to uvmne.il: forces of llio Greek I e nallona, raovc- two army corpq cucli of [firea dl- Ihc, Hiil to bo re In MarcU and' the Eccoticl In Mtiy or "Of'lliOHO Ili6 first army corps ot threo" divisions Is.already lormijtl nnd fliel illvlslon lias Leon for n con-, (fnio Jn lino and' Its military valuo 1ms Leon noigii hy uli the world. I "Tliua, (ho force, Including gcinlarracr.e and depots. Is over 000 DICU and wilt to finally ready aa BOL-U aa tdo entente are Ui a po- supply tlio cqulr- inont.. organizing o( llic seconU nrrny corps commencing Die Cycladcs IslandB and could easily progress If the situation-Jn old Greece were to ameliorate to eucli an extent tliaL freah' oiriccra would bo "enabled, to XflBcb Salorilkl. "It should be remfifflbered thai %hen the nrrangeuionL was made with too nowera of the entente we counted HiElnhotli.m ft Co U Drug 'E.jhKo. a the REMARKABLE MAGAZINE 18 BEGUN, IN GOTHAM. New YorU, March first ssiic of Tho Chronicle, n for lhe exclusive UEB of aro willing lo n CURES SKIN AFFECTIONS Ono package proves It.' Sold at guaranteed by above Ylnol drjggi- only." It will not. so the editors liopc, flni Us way to lhe news Etai Advance copies of Hie maga; Iqcluy showed tliat II carried no ad verllacmcnls or Illustrations. It Is aa fjulct and conservative In lorn and conlcnU RR It Is high In pi ,Slx of Ha sixteen Is In dark brown Ink on cream colored J cilllorlMs. Mcsl lhe other articles, on current to-, larfely, hear tho signatures of ins [irOHiinent In Focioly. Colllorks' mlnog all MISPUACEO REALISM Frank, will bo mftnagcr of the "I never cared niucli to near heaven mines at J'aBfburg and Police Loo realistically and inlnuinlv ileacrlb Plate have been closed down for over ei In tho said a nhhop the naut. two years, Tlio plant a id coke ovens oilier ttay. tiro aioong llio most modem and Ijesl! In fact, Ihesc pulpit details about red In lUc west. jlieavcn always make me tliliik of the little Klrl, who, rumniRgtng In a draw- er, eiclalmcd: "TJicro! Grandpa has fjono to hcav-: in wkliouL his Dr. Mcllmoylo, n natlvo of Fraeor- llle, died ot DracpbrldBe. pnt. nialrmorc, Mar. The Kntcrpihc ConaUcralJle credence Is given ,o: the rumor i-Irculfttcd iti Lin- ci'fcii o' Great Northern ItalLway arc ibout to lake over opccdic mines and colto ovcna nt Police FIMa and Passburg, and tlial Juh i ll. Mac- Donald, until recently of tlie LOOK AT it mm Take No Chancesl Poisons from Liver and Boyval at Once, -Mothers can rest easy after elv "California Syrup o[ licca lit h few hours all the clox-ioil Eour bile and fiiracnltnB f Distinguished in the I.ufe Real Estate lioom Lost All and Died in Obscurity Vancouver, March TjV. J. Kerr, Esler, Hie execullvc ciltor, in lie describes tho publication as n mciliuin through which Intelligent pcwple ivho are not-- professional writers, may. Epeak..to the public on [the topics of'llie day. He voniures the opinion that "you havo reully met a popular, Kditorlals deal wi'li sucll topics a, notable figure in late real es- "The Trend. of' Manners" on the 'irapulal'loris of Thessaly, Kpl- died at the Winnipeg Oen- and "Tho Value of rue sid llio Ionian Islands being able] cyal hospital recently IB roronar- to Join our movement, but lliu estab- alive cbccurttir''and. needs' clrcum-' llshmont November of a neutral Elonces. lie. boom was at Its NorlK Thessaly and tho un- height Kerr wsn rated aa a mulll- derlkKIng given by the entente iiowcra I mUHonalre. Hie ptluring advertise-i The Australian .eenate, by a-vole of In January to allow no fresh lerr'tor- menls, adorned .with; bis pholograph, J8 lo 2, loday adopted a .resolution CALL6 FOR HOME RULE. via Ixmflon, March" Ul adnealoBS, deprived us of the frbm we reckoned to Araw trained men. Die abore de: cliled (i.ci9, It IB Impossible to con- iIder; that .our movements and ichievenienta.are Icelgnlflcant void of Millltary Lu JU utmost truth' and ]us- were familiar from tho' Atlantic to calling for home rule for Ireland tho Pacific and lie gathered In the "without undue substituting coin of Ihrtfly people tlious- Uiat phrase for the onda of dollars every day when there unrestrained deniand for Senator a said western lown lots. -Kerr operated sir Edivard CarJion, had principally in IlrltlBh' Columbia, and formed u force to fighl lhe' IlrUJsli aid Jox havo'jhad-joe "most com-, authorities In Ireland, and was tlifil plele and Iilghgjt paid office brouehl into tho cabinet. AB a re In Vancouver.- 1IB. palij Borne of lilsUult llierc" came the revolt in Ireland, men as high as 1500 a month and people were killed. .The chief silycrllBiuK man received reason wliy Sir-Kdivard Carson was 000. His advertising bllla often ran not molested, .the speaker, added, was as high as JZO.qOQ that he belouucd ,to the Ken- was.a foster, class. n! If lorigue Is coaled, Inen five Inls uo- "fruit laxative." Children love and It can not cause Injury. Xo fferencc what alls your llltle one- full of colil, or a sore (livoal, dlarr- ifa. stomach acne, .had breath, re- ember, a centle cleansing" always be'llio.first trealmpnt veil. Full directions for babies of all ages anil groivn-uos are on each bpttle. ____re of counterlett fig syrups. sit your druggist for a SO-cent bolllr "California Syrnp of ihen ok carerully-and-aee lhat It Is made tho FIs'-Syrup Cotnp- ny." }VE make 110 smaller size. Hand ick with contempt any other flu Minister of Municipalities .Will HaVe Full Advisory Powers Now Mar. long-ex- tected'hospitals bill was printed yes- terday la eiven to Hie public to- day. Under "it the'mlnt-sler shall'ill- vldo .tho province Into liospllal dla- for the organization aid mlfiro'rtuno. Starting on an Senator. Gould, Mtnislerlallat; dur Ontario he tried -the .newspaper' UIE inc rtchale, said a scl [-governing businesa, was to en a'picture dominion v should noi Q minor, a house, ojjJnum on home rule for Ireland, proprietor-in the.-Yuton, making-big1 money In- one, line t of- activity i losing tho-real estate bcXm' hb" was broke, hut he. plunged Into, the'game and made 2 spectacular rush to fortune, but n'hc'n lhe crash found himself EO badly- Involved- that ho was 'only uble to in mod- erate comfort, for a short lime. In Good Roads .Movement. .-At of prosperity 3fr.i Kcrr organize J lhe Canadian Iligh- wny association, an organization which aimed to better the roaii con- ditions and e'ycrilunlly Ib'liavc a nat- ional highway .from, Halifax to the Connauehl became patron of the ima, a clrcumglance par- of the drke hcd of munlcipallUea. will also anvlso on till matters of cxpcntli- ]n New eurte'aiid Ibo fees a.id goner. JJestmlns H- the Duke ot ally on air coals, of maintenance and i iiponHho' exercise of any povera in Hie board., Upon the petition o[ council of municipality or of 25 elector, of a nunletiiallli'. or In case (Here Is more Hinn-oiD mimtclpallly in n dialrictj J appltaalloii o[ each council Included or of 25 electors of each mu- nldpallty included the minlslor my authorize the appointment ol a board. -Thiiy The board, if In one municipality T7ill consist of three members ot the council and .three [torn the electors. If'moro than Is Iu- cluded. 'thcrboant will consist of two membera from each municipality, one ft om' the- council and one from Iho, olcclora o( each." After the llon meeting boani will appoint R chalnnan from among themselves. The boards may pay ihcir mcmlmrs 10 cents a mile from th2lr lianuu to IVe Place of njceting and return, each It bears the 10 Seal of Purity All over the yqrld the name Sunlight stands' for purity in Soap. Our guarantee of Purity is something niorc than 'an advir-'.'' .tiscment. It marks the hiiSli standard we have set for ourselves to give you tbe best 'spap-it is possible to produce at any price. Sunlight The board will provide for tlio purchase of n suitable lal sile; Ibc purchase, .icnuisiricn erection of buildings, furnishings and equipment; (he engagement ol duly QURllficd medical practitioners and re- gistered nurses. They will provmc a schcilulo of fees proposed to be charg- ed (lie method of collection. Xo' levy can exceed two mills in tlic dollar la municipalities, or two ccnla nn acre where Uxcs arc levied on. acreage baAis. No lax shall be ICES! thaii.tcn ccnls. The new act docs'hot deprive any oac of the benefits or Jnyl the poivfirs of IIic hospllnls ordi- nance, lhe public hcallli acl, or lhe public ulllllles act. HUN COMMANDERS CONFER Hcrltn, Mar. II, vfa Amslcrdnm lo Ixjndon, Mnr. is ortlciallp an- nounccil thai- Ficlfl Marshal Arz von Blnnis sen burg, clticC of slaff of (ho frmy. f rrivc-d nt henflLiuar'.ers Sundaj to con- fer conccralng-the mililBry opcmifons. YOUCANDDBETTER- OHYCOOOS. MEMS Jr SHOES NORTH UETHBRIOGE. TARS TO THE DOOR. I. Your Hail Premiums Excessive? OUR RATES ARE REASONABLE, f T.yVENTY. YEARS. IN PAID IN FULL. Full Government Dicjiositin Alberta Govern- ment Bonds for .Protection of Policy Holdup WE ISSUE '.A FULLY PAID NO ASSESSMENTS PROMPT ADJUSTMENTS AND SURE PAY. WE SETTLE WjTHIN SIXTY DAYS AFTER PROOF OF LOSS. LICENSED FOR PROVINCE OF ALBERTA .ASSETS :tgciit.s wnntcd, ivlicro JVG arc Yon add several luuidrcd'. dollars yam income !ty ;i Jew weeks' work. ST. PAUL MUTUAL HAIL AND CYCLONE INSURANCE CO. 715 HERALD BUlLOINd CALGARY, ALBERTA A Call to ILen Ei'sry loyal Canadian wants to "help win the war" and here's his chance, Your Country calls MONEY, She docs not ask you to lo-Lcntl. YOJ are olTcrcd a means of supporting our Country's cause in the great a high-class investment. Such is the Third War Loatil You get 5.40 per Annum Send your subscription for as large an amount as you can epare. It' is what Canada, expects o( AND SERVE! Subscribe through us by 'I'hone or Wire, or use this Form Dominion of Canada 5% Twenty-year War Loan Wood, Gundy Company, Saskatoon I hereby request you to record my subscription for the Third Canadian War Loan in accordance with the terms of the Official Prospectus, and I hereby engage to pay the instalments as they shall become due. ki Name: Address- Your application, if entrusted to us, receives all care, without charge to you for our services. Our efficient distributing organization is also at your disposal for resale of your bonds. Co. Toronto Sxtkaloou New York 1 WAR LOAN I OF CANADA ,1 Issiii pi 5% Bonds Maturing 1st March, 1937 13 F3 S S S I S V s 1 s S s a si m m si m s Payable at par at Ottaiya, Ilallfnii St John, Cliarlottctown, Winnipeg, Rcgina, Calgary, Victoria, and at the Agency' of the Bank of Montreal, New York City. INTEREST PAYABLE HALF-YEARLY, 1st MARCH, 1st SEPTEMBER. PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYABLE IN GOLD. ISSUE PRICE 96. A FULL HALF-YEAR'S INTEREST WILL HE PAID ON 1st SEPTEMBER, 1917. THE PROCEEDS OF THE LOAN WILL DE USED FOR WAR PURPOSES ONLY. m THE ATiNisf--! OF FINA.VCB oilers herewith, on belinlf of Hie GovernDiwit, Uic nkorc-nnmcd Bonds for Subscrip- tion al'JG, payable aa 10 per cent on 30 10th April, 30 15lh May, 1017; 2G 15th June, 1917. The tctnl Hllotmcnt of bonds cf this issue will be limited to one hundred nnil fitly million dollars, exclusive of the iininuiil (if nny) paid for by the surrender of bonds ns (he equivalent of cash under Iho Icrros of lhe Wnr I.o.iii prospectus of 22nd November, 1915. nmy be paid in full on the IClh dny of April, 1D17, or on nny instalment duo dntc under til the rnle of four per cent per annum. All pnyrni'nlE are to ho made to n chartered bank for the cri'dit 'of lhe Minister of I'iiuuice. Failure to pay any when dne will render previous payments liable- to forfeiture nnd llic nllofmeiit lo canccllniion. nccompmicd by n deposit of (on per cent of (he nrnount subscribed, must be forivanlnl through (he medium of n chnrlcred Any branch in Cnnndn of any chart ercd bank will receive subicriplioiiG and issue provisional receipts. This loan is nulliorizcd under Act of llio Parliament. ,of Canada, nncl both principal and interest will be a charge upon the Consolidated Revenue Fund. Forms of application may be obtained from nny branch in Cnnrula o( any chattered bank nnd nt (he office of Assistant Receiver. General in Cnnadn. Subscriptions musl be for even hundreds of dollars. In of partial allotments the surplus deposit will be applied towards payment of the amount due on ll April instalment. Scrip certificates, non-negotiable or payable (o bearer ir. accordance with (he choice of the applicant for rcgislerci! or bearer'bonds, will lie issued, after allotment, in exchange for the provisional receipts. the scrip ccrlificatcs have been paid in full ant payment, endorsed thereon by the bank receiving the money, they may be exchanged for bonds, when prepared with coupons attached, payable to bearer, or registered us to'- or for fully registered bonds, prepared, without coupons, in Accordance with lh> application. Delivery of scrip certificates and of bonds will tw marjq lirougli the chartered banks. The issue will be exempt any ncomc in. pursuance of legislation enacted ly llic Parliament of Canndn. The bonds with coupons will be, issued in dcnorainitions of SIOO, S500, Fully registered bonds without coupons will be issued in denominations of oraiiy authorized multiple of The bonds will be paid nt maturity at pur ut the office of the Minister of Finance and Receiver General at nt the office of the Assistant Receiver General at Halifax, St. John, Clinrloltelown. Montreal, Winnipeg, Rcgina, Calvary or Victoria, or at tho Agency of (lie Dank of Montreal, New York City. The interest on the fully registered bonds trill be paid by cheque, which .will lie remitted by post. Interest on bunds with coupons ivill bcpbiii on surrenderor coupons, llolli cheques nnd coupons, at lhe option ot the holder, will be payable free of exchange at any branch in Canada of any chartered bank, or at the Agency of the Bank of Montreal, New York City. Subject to the payment of twenty-five cents for each new bond issuc'cl, holders of fully registered bonds without coupuiis will have the rightTo convert into bonds of the g denomination n! with coupons, and holders of bonds JJ with coupons will have the right lo convert' into fully rcRislercd bonds of authorized denominations .without iS coupons nt any time on application to the Minister-of- Finance- 5 The books of the lonn will be kept nt the Department of Application will lie made in clue course for the listing of the issucoa the Montreal and Toronto Slock Exchanges. Recognized bond nnd stock brokers having offices rind' carrying on business in Canada will lie allon-ed a commis- sion of three-eighths of one per cent on allotments made in respect of applications bearing their stamp, provided, however, that no commission will bo allowed in respect of the amount of any allotment paid for by the surrender of bonds issued under the War Loan prospectus of 22nd November, 1915, or in respect of the amount of any Allotment paid for by surrender of five per cent debenture, stock maturing 1st October, No commission will be allowed in respect of applications on forms which have not been printed by tbo King's Printer. ___________USTS wii'.i CLOSE'ON ou HEFOKE THE 23rd OF 1917. hi.'AXcE, OTTAWA, March' 12th, 1917.