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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TlltS LETliniUDC.E DAILY HKHAUJ MAi'VCH 13, 1'JIV Xotbln-itiiK', Bll'ci'ta VO AIL Y AND Subscription Rates: delivered, per wcc'i UUiy. IIL-I nelly, by ma'.l. liar year Weekly, us toll, iwr.yrar mail, 'esr I0 TELEPHONES 'Cuilncs? -OUtrc OfiUe -W. AJnvihDnw John Dirtier llushWBs EC jrpo lloaillpy, of llio opposition Iu nays llio Dominion slioulJ1 up, lion. >Iv. Mitchell, provincial Ircasuivr. pty.-f llio Dominion E-houUl [lay. May expect lo fe'tfl nc- ilon from OILiisva. Incidentally It niny be Hint ilio Dominion aw acres o[ rcluiol Inmls In Alborla. These svorlh not lose HUH 510 QS Iho iivcrngo latuls cold EO ts 511.77, while iho receive J (or school Koutliirn .Mhrrln pales laM year was sltRlilly hlRhcr. Dul lo put n'valuation of on llic school Uiuld In Hie province j would nol In iwttEiie fisure loo Mph. C'oiiwMerlitp thn total Indebted- iirM of the provliH'9, as lfu; yaluo tl1'1 srlioul laiuU alnnc, try "Lluo ruin" for UP MAN DEATH WELL-KN01 of rMilrv or ffrtr on prtdrcss Ubcl. t'Ke uf cir lo continue ilia and Country need to I'irkhlg up Iho wrous tree. A. Skinner, n general nierclinnl dt Ont., for 20 years, Is ilcad. II. A. Cliailsv'.cti, who for years ilio Veer Lodsc Hold xl Winnipeg, Is dead. Oil nnd fas wcllb III Kent County an> bolus slrucJi, conplnB rcnowcil aelivlly. Wnller Smltli, need IS, or Hutiier. Rleii. Oul., was killed wbilc a rltlc otl A train. James Harber, ot Itarrtston, illcd niter only a fcv.- hours' Illness flom paralytic stroke, Methodist cliurclies nl Dayslnud arc lltely lo unile. Onl., IP seeking nllon as a city. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR ot CiLtTarsiiy's fine plans oJ P-S- in ncnr a railway thai v.-outd complete relation, and' pn; -Ucr-j thc slalo in Minremc control ol a very lftvpr trom ;thl> sous -arc enjoying n nuiiblo ireoJoni frcim American ship- Is tlic wny llio N'ow York Sun imls It, x country, have Icen ro Flip.llprcrt ly the capture oT Vy the British wlitcli, lafcoii with the' luusL moan the ond ot Turk tlomiun- tiori--lliere, and coHECc.ueinly 'the fail- of. any. German plans. Tbose Lopes, long chcrtshcd by Berlin, sr.J Ions uiiilzeJ cs a halt by for the ?iipport of Csrnmi I'.ow impossible o[ fulfilment, n-u! thus tho rap Jure of Ballad a political significance ontwcigha the. importance oC victories ou fie'ds cf ijcillle nearer home. sllll inlfcs plainly, ami likely Viisiol f.LIU is carried nbou! Mho on. Thc Governor of llio i tli3 QtliC-r day an enrtny ntcm- Sountc n "dipper j lover from uorih." Tl: X. Y-, nor Is still living. it Temple in rirooklyu, destroyed by fire, loss Adjutant, Jas. Merrill, of Victoria, Is lo be In charga, of Snlvat- Ion Army work In Calgary. D. P. Kan is, once postmaster at Krislo, II. C., has enlisted for over ?caa F.cv. Dr. John Xcll, oi Toronto, the I'resbylerlan general assembly very" tleLt of Mherla anil, the einendUurea cf HID jovcrnjiiLviL ur.ie In the eatnE1 speech Turlber ciijciidltures and an fricronso in ILc clclit, AVhy tlocsn'l ;OTeminent sppnrt money here and Tho .MnnHoljB 'rorofiued. Legislature has lion. Guo. .Graham mill E. M. Mucdonald, M.I'., arc nonth's (rip fltrougli the west. llcv. D. McLeod, P res liy i or [an divine, dead at 1 Ont. Alexander who came the c-Ily 51 vents ami has been Mrs, Drown llinmun Is llonuicd (K.roni Our Own CurdslDii, March -Martha Drown, wife ol llkliard J. Brown rtled lodny fllioni nooa. The deceas- ed WRB the dnuglitcr of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. I.aj-ne, [wo of llio pioneers In this district, a family. Tlie lato Jno. was n sister and Mrs. K. Wllcox anil JJi'5, Slono of me snrvlv- Ing slslci-s, wlille Mr, J, Prank 1-fl.vnc, leader of (he Allierln Stnhe choir, and Jno. K. I.ayao of filen- ivoort flrc brothers, A family of ECVOU children nro IcTI, some five children nro ileccaecd. Wlillo not HI the boBt of health (or the past few inonihu. lior Illness Aeroplanes skimmed above tho for only a few days ami death came FAorgladcs o( Kloriila seeking three JQS a great shock to nil her family New York believed lo bo am] frletids. The funeral was fit one o'clock on Monday in the Tabernacle. Honor to the Aged. This "week saw llio C'clebrnllon of .ho nal.il iluy of Palriarch llonry [lliinian, came to his POlh mile- elonc along JJfc's his.'jway QJJ Iho hist. Tlic ovftiU v.-as made the occnsioi) of of Ills family :i rcsldcuL In the province tjlnro died In the clly hospital nl I'ireman Albert of liar rle nnd mall clerk liarclay of ertown, ivc-rc klllcil in a G. T. 11, rail ram ivrcck nl I'Ucrson, Onl. lost in the swa J. Kilvvanl MnynarJ a lending pialn grower ot Ueloi.iine, Mull., dlalrlci is dend. Ho eainc west in 1SS1 from Orlllia. Onl. thei has decide.., lo abnndoii HJC ruesilpji ol ehurch' union uhlll after the war. Sub.-I.teut. lloltlen -begso ia Just reported to liavo liecn iMitally 'killed while flying In Kng- laud. lie belonged In Okanagan, il- C. I (or The Calgary "Herald is locating oTuOhsirfition farms on the possibility The rapture of lLo Turt elly wa-.lihfil Hon. Duncan The Canadian at nineteenth Annual at Montreal strongly urged electrifica- tion of all rallrojJs, In LI. C. been srant two divorces have jusl ODU to Mrs. Mlllau Gunn of 1'oinl Grey, anJ other to WnKer Head, a Naunlmo mftior, ttsl dldlcult trying oarupiigu tail been euc- conctuctet! fien. Maude. in tho race of great obstacle-, l in Olds. A farm will go (o Gleichen, the ainiMer of aericuUnrc rtinulnfe' (here filter him. Then Warner will pet it if G letch Ai turns him Spncc the Herald from maniai In the lioops. conslitucnciea over all the province "In C3Trlpd his army up.the Tipris out rest until ihe Turks hafl romrlctcly routed. The chiefly wade cy Geii. Jlmde'.i! case, Ihe minister was defeated r.rniy. nrc given unstinted praire-forlin each constituency in vrhlcli thoir traTcry and tenacity in holding sought election. Tiio Calgary paper ia l oirciisive until victory Dn-.pltw.-wa is recorded, tnc French iu L'nilcd on 'tho n has UOTT formall .SJsie? to Iji? in will CTCntOilly find that Mr. Marshall vras elected for Olds. Nci-sing- Helen G. Ton-Ids or llnsifugs. Out., Ms been n warded llic Hoyat lied Cross (second class) [or her services overseas. AdJitional fncililics for girlas re- liirued soldiers leclinlca! Irainuig loj iit them for new occupations In chil life have been provided in Montreal.' Premier Hearst of Ontario refused lo accept a proiicsitlon ot the Lib- erals that women should be eligible j to sit in the legislature The elevator of the Northern Eleva- tor Co. Winnipeg, Tvlth bushels of giain destroyed by fire, less Ilcv. Dr. Hugh Pedtcy, pastor of Emmanuel Congrcsatioual. church, Thc railroads of Iho United SUtes nre facing nn Incrcasa of in ilicir coal bill tor llio year Ue dared officials who con cern :it the effect en earning power nuil credit. Mr. i UGBT, ick, formerlv owner of Iho llarrtware store at Mac- Montreal, who has Ijcen in the active Cor 40 years, has lenJe'red Saya the Truro Sun, the personal hls re5ignauoTi after 1? yeirs -ivith oigna of John Stanrielo, Conserralive j the Kmmonuel church >I- P. for CokhesteT, VS., and former thieE there is a change "it will reflect itself in ihe neulriility; and -has' ballot boteg In the Donimion elections leod, hns posilion tho Miller-Morse hardware' uf .Winnipeg representative of the Southern Alberta district. friends nl llio home of Mr. W. Jacobs, linrrlslrr, uhcrc all .wcro en- Icrtntned In royal style by the genial Uost .nud The latter Ijehig the second daughter of the 1'alriaroh of the family who were present hesitlc were, >lr. anil Mrs. IX Woodruff of GlcnwooJ, Mr. ami Mrs. Scott llinraan, Mr. oml Mrs. C. AV. llmuian, and Mr. WlllarJ Hln man. Of llic relatives, Mrs.- Rhoiln sisler-in-laiv of rrr- cleverness to create a style, but it also takes good fabrics cleverness ot workmanship to make that style last. You will always find pur customers proud of tbe fact that they are wearing Crelgh- ton made clothes. Ask the man who owns one. Suits, Twenty-Jive to Thirty-five Dollars CREIGHTON BROS. Tailors to .Men Third S. .'.ho 12C Eighth Ave. K., Calgary. >lre. Clias. Iliiinian, AnHli' Wal- ker of Citclchcn, an original liacra Ly .Patriarch H. M. Urown, by Mrs. Altcna Williams null rinrcli. now S7 years response the aged Pai- inost honored, while Mr. nnd in belter Iho chief Items lictng ot HeLc C. Klmball." About sixty vocal nunibci-B hy Mr. and I people were jircscnt anil the of otlicr guests. The evening was passed nit i ho lias 21) years neb- On tho following evening the HiRh Prleslr. Quorum met in tho Word asacmbly rooms under the dir- ection of Mr. H.: 0. h'olsom Sr., acid passed anolhur ulcasanl cvcuijip In ttie Patriarch's honor, pnjscnliiiff liim I two volumes. Iiy means of an informal Pres.- John "Tlic ami Life of Life WE SAVE YOU MONEY'.i OH WEARING FOR VnilBSELF FAMILY HENNEStYs WILSON NORTH LETHBRIOGE.I H is: reported that- AW.fAV. .A. Hoi' linrakc liiF accepted the position of the Supreme Court Clerk of .Ihe CouiiLy, and Sur- tfj-'r.c'.inea-rill foreign powers iliat mer j [n many counties, to the sorrow of lha ,'rugate Courts zi UrarUford, made be armed sub- gOTernmenl.'ain] In the premier's con- stltucncy, too." DEMONSTRATION AS ARE FOR filfate'lo th" farmer how not to farm I as it 15 to demonstrate how ID farm.] Tftat'a what deruoiistration ferms are lor. Tne Calgary Herald has up a.! A eenaior named O'Gorman, a sort jot Fenian-' name, speaking iii the United Sules dsclarcd that ,the German note aLout ?iloxlco and Japan and vrar with (tic United 'Slates was a' forgery ol Lhe li. Next day the German for- vacant" by tbe death of John T. Jamcs A. Russell. 101 years oM, of I.ampassas. Texas, 1ms Just taken for lila second wife- 3lra. -llarr -Uoircra, aged filly. Mr. RussVl waa "horn In Asheville, X. C... AprIK 1.-1S13, of Scolch-Irisli pareuU. A confession hy a collector for Ihe "vice trust" of Chicago charges lhat 150 dives of various kinds .paid tri- T'tliat they arc not, although that has .to UD proven. But if they arc notT it is no reason why Hie demonatrtitjon ''tanas should be condemned. lion- WAR LOAN DOMINION OF CANADA Issue of 5% Bonds Maturing 1st "Mafcttf 1937 Payable at par at Ottawa, Halifax, St John, Charlottctown, Montreal, Toronto, Retina, Victoria, and at Lhe Agency-of 1 v the Bank of Montreal, New York City. INTEREST PAYABLE HALF-YEARLY, 1st .MARCH, 1st SEPTEMBER. PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYABLE IN GOLD. ISSUE PRICE 96. iitr-Lia by up artmillcJ Ihe note io Ibo extent 01 each lion. Duncan enuine. -The wireless between Mr. month for police prateclioD. because it alters the farros ,re nolj o.Gorman and Rerlin muit nol :Slbeirway. H may poEsibly (je'lJiMn H. Tllp- sale, of Madison .Square Gar- >n, Xc77 York, lias fallen through and the have been has been forfeited to A.FULL HALF-YEAR'S INTEREST WILL BE PAID ON 1st SEPTEMBER, 1917. TOE PROCEEDS Of THE LOAN .WILL HE USED FOR WAR PURPOSES ONLY. i llls -JJunean Tvtiole ttcory of in akin? TiJ5 departmenl of use is to ".'mate it reach the farmers, and to it teach ,'r.e ICEEOHS o[ ciperie-cce. This he is doing iby meaii3 of the demonstration farms at various points throughout province. It, by so doing, to Ateach them what to do anil not -via it makei very Jittlc diiTerenr.e Ihe farms pay their own way. do not think Ihe Dominion experi- mental farm 2t Lcthhrldse is paying Ha o-n-n war. N'obody expects that It If knighthoods atid peerages are EO "all fircrt" distinguishing, rtJdn't Joseph Chnmberlain, Arlhur J. Dalfour or MojtKleorEe acceiil one? In case the New York Llic Insuraucc Co., onxars of the building. Reports received in Oltawa indi- cate Ihst more lhail one hundred Isels ins in size from lens "A. B. C-" is'foo busy poring throjgli aeis. blzc lcns .7 Uo tons arc now under consiruc- [Ihe In ,a search for in Canaaa. SailmE vessels arc I adjectives, we will explain thai these noted British public men didn't nc-crt .Trill, but lhat not detracL Trom the nork S-J peri D ten dent Fair- field ftntl the farm arc The Herald's criticism f not ill taken, esjc-ciilly in view of tliat Hon. Mr. Marshall is credited -with tesl rainlater .'of agriculture In Iho Dominion. DOMINION GOVERNMENT .SHOULD ADJUST THIS Fiiure.i given oul In the house at. clniCiJton IIio oUirr day hc IJcniinion snvernacnt title them distinction nr 2 In the majority. "oremost place (n tha wodd. 1 lart already gained the highest HOQ possible In the nation on their personal merits. The unTclling of a hanriHomc mninoriAl tablet lo (lie memory ul Panlirie .lohason, the Indian pccle Icok place in the Urantford Con An American paper points out Ihal hen :tlic Utah prcbibitinn latr be- comes efTecllve OILC ran from lo oceail, mJles, n-jthout seeing a saloon. Starling From Wil- mington, X.C.. traTeller on ihFs servr.lory o[ Music, coner, of Toronto crcd an address. I'resident t'al- dcllv. J. Dunsmaor. former 227lh Dattallon man. pnd recently released from prison, where he had heen con- fined for desertion, was shot anil killed Police Conslsbte Jones, of Sa'jlL Ste. Marie, I'eter Mich., highway couW Ira-crsa policc and ,ECt anile Irving io get away from Ilic North Carolina. Somli Carolina, Ccor- Thc Winnipeg Tribuno sav-s c.ll torially of nimor lhat Jfon. .Mr Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado. Kogors tvill become High Cammls fdaho and Oregon. haven't 'n I-ondon lhal it ('ll a i v.'ljich our sense of political scomll Canada jcl bat Is abouc lalr.K, JicnumViTd or uaralvz be 2 real dCEfrt tvilli all ils surround-, by ton long familiarity with piVl provinces ami stritcP. dry, like it-! rnellicds.1' h'.r.'l and collar on panio to RSir.r.L cf i.hat arc uncollcr.tai r.rrcars to tl.c or Jn nil a' Joir.l of "Ic, trovrrnr.ieni ailtnJraaU-r.i the iui.'li coHccteil, i-.i-.rl pays the iroritirn liiL- inlercU- thereon al the rain of 5Elf, Thc water Is still plentiful srri tbe haven't ceaserl milk. AtncnORients to llic Klcctlon Af In Saskatchewan cnab'.c riilroaA Lien lo cast thfiir by providing tha Sd oul nl Ihe thirteen members of hill cmjiftwcrinB ths ration lo zrmjroll irhr-ro railway men am! coranlcr- merchanttncn Wisconsin' }j2: r-c-r ann'.iRi, EJ Iir.n'ifit orcr annually is !o colkct the arrears aii'j f: govcTr.rncnl fii-a p. r.nrt Tlic lexers i llicy l travellers may vole after certify- s unable (o so on ti.-.t the In apnatc rtich to Dcrr.o-i thn Etllatc Mil were Stone, crallc senator frcm Missouri, anrl P.cpul.lirau fro-n Thr-c are ml Ihr- on ivarl rfcclr.rcs U'inniprg C.-TIJ, Ilio r.m'j.ll r.t to pro- Tf.C: statesmen to o fie Ens tSsir" or.1sr.i from Ilcrlin hy way- s' i! I of "ihc-ir Ocrmnn-AiKovtran [tncits. Their rcc.aUs the l appear fl.i tf the of] jibe iiiMc er.rlicr in HIR war iho If. J. Tonnant heen np- ihlcil dlToclor of llic woTncn's de- [partnlcnt of national service tn I Tftnnanl Is llio r.ifc of I'Jslit Hen. JliroM .7ohn TC'tinar.t. fcrrr.cr nnrler-iecrrtary tor hrid vi.nr.ii over Ihe treatment roroivcrf extei't Kl. from tbe tn liiia matter, waukoc. ivar. .inil socrclsry for Scotland. Ho n bro'.lirr of I.OTil Rlenco-irn.'. J Tenrisn'l. nho was known before her nnrriJBC (111 ISOH) as KOith Abraham, is n riauzhter of Mr, lias nil liis oversea? do- George of Rr.lh ?ar. Co. Dublin. She was formerly a superintendent Injector cf..... Tiii MiMSTrri-oF FINANCE offers herewith, on behalf of tlio.Gpvernmchl, the above-named Bonds for Subscrip- tion al 96, payable as 10 per ccitt pn application; 30 16th April, 1917; 30 15th May, 1017; 26 1 alb June, 1917y The total allotment of bonds of this issue will be limited io oiic hundred' and Efly million dollars, exclusive of the nmouDt (if any) paid for by (lie surrender of. bond; as the equivalent of cash under the terms of Iht War Loan prospectus'of 22ud November, 1915. Tlic instalments may be paid in full on llic IClli (hy of April, 1917, or on auy instalment due date Ihcrfafter, under discount at (he rate of four per cent per annum. All payments arc to be made lo a charlcred hank for Ihe Ihe Jlinislcr of Finance. Failure lo pay any instalment when due will render previous payments liable lo forfeiture and the allotment to cancellation. Subscriptions, accompanied by n deposit of ten per cent of the amount subscribed, mtisl be Ihroiieli tlic medium of a chartered bank. Any branch in Canada of anv chartered bank will receive subscriptions antl issue provisional receipts. This [oan is'authorized under Act of Ibc Parliament of Canada, nnd both interest will be a charge, upon tho Consolidated Revenue Fund. Forms of application may be obtained from any branch in Canada of'any chartered bank and at llic oflice of any Assistant Receiver General in Canada. Subscriptions must be for even hundreds of In QBEC of parlinl Rllotments the surplus deposit will be applied towards paynienl of the amount due on Ihe April instalment. i Scrip certificates, non-nrgoliablc or payable to' bearer in accordance with the choice of the applicant for registered or benrcr bonds, will be issued, after ntfolmenl, in exchange- for the provisional receipts. When the scrip certificates have been pcid in full and payment endorsed thereon by the bank receiving tbe may be exchanged for bonds, when prepared, i with coupons attached, payable lo bearer or registered as lo principal, or for fully registered bonds, when prepared, without coupons, in accordance with the 5 application. i-Jeiivery of scrip certificnlcs and of bonds wijl bs tlirougli tlic'clinrlcrcd bunks. Thc issue will be exempt front any' income in pursuance of legishitiqp enactctl by the Parliament of Cnn'ittla. Tho bonds with coupons will be issued in tlcnqniinnlions of S500, Fully icgislercil bonds -'withbub coupons will be issued in dcpominalions of or any authorized multiple of Tito bonds Will be.paid ab innturily a! par at the oflicc of the. Minister of Finance and Receiver. Cjcnewl tit Otlan-.i, or at the office of (lie Assistant Iteceiyor Qcucml nt Halifnx, St. .lohn, Cliarlottetown, Montreal, Toronto, ftcRina, or Victoria, or at the' Agency of the Bank of Montreal, New York City. l- The interest on tlic fully registered bonds paid by cheque, which will be remitted by post. Interest pn bonds trith coupons will be paid on surrender of cbujions. Both cheques nnd coupons, at. Ihe option of holder, will bo payable frcn of cxeltangc'.il any branch ij> Canada of any chartered .knuU, or at the Agency of Bank of Momvcai, new Vork City. Subject lo the p.iymenl of livcnly-fiye ccntj for. each new bond issued, holders of .fully registered bonds have (he right jo convert into bonds of llic denomination of Sl.OOO with coupons, antl holder; of lionda with coupons will have the right to convert jnfb registcred bonds of nulhorizcd denominations' without coupons at any lime on application lo the Mjnistcr of Finance, Thc books of the loan will be Ihe Department of Finance, Ollawa- Appliealion will be made in due course for (he listing of the Issue on liic Montreal nnd Toronto Stock F.xchnnges. bond-and stock brokers having qjrices and partying on in Canada will be allowed R commis- sion of lltrcc-eiplillis of one per cent nn rtllotniepl-') rnndc iu rcsjicct of npplicnlions Ijcarins their stamp, provided, however, Hint no commission will be nllowcd iii respect of the amount of any allotment paid for by tho'siirrcnrier of bonds issued under the Loan of 22ntl November, 1915, or in respect of the any allotment paid (or by surrender of five per cent debenture Flock maturing 1st October, 1919. No commijsicn will be allowed in respect of applications on forms which have not been printed by lite King's Printer. SUBSCRIPTION LISTS WILL Cj.OSE ON OR BEFORE THE 23rd OF MARCH, 1917. Dr.risrar.sror FISVSCE, OmwA, Mwcli 12lh, 1917. ;