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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FOL'll D A I L Y A N 0 Subscription lUte: pally, delivered, per ween Dolly, delivered, per year Dally, by mall. ;iel year Weekly, by mill, per year .Weekly, by mail, per year to When the Sport Dopnrlmcnls starl lalktilB the, SBrlllB nlshlf wiM fjeose. It's aboul "mc lo IUB .filter onslaught on the ily water supply. uliiTiita to [lie Canadian Make 11 a "victory loan." Ynu Brt In for so small a sum 05 so Ihore Is excuse (or being ..SI.OO TELEPHONES Office W. A. Buchanan Hancclns llir flntf o lor Business Munis' WKDN'I'SDAY, MAIU'.ll >l, The Noii-Parttsiiii l.easue Is al- PICKED PA SSIN G ready partisan. ll is devoting niost ....._._jbllo oijwrls from Iho United Stales lu 191G tolnlled John lUissell Scoll, former manag- ing director of tlio Xao.mee Paper Co., died al Toronto. Amounts paid out for 1'nclHc Ure.il Kaslern railway Interest by the II. "Its attention to held by Liberals and Is ovet Eovornmenl total about looking seals held by a period of IS months. Isn't that [mrttsanshlti? Farmers of Southern Alberta should make their labor wants known. _______________._____ .Use Iho I.cllibrlilEe Doard of Trade mm. ot or sobscriiHlom llo niiii i, is likely Ihe local rear on v.-lll handle lK distribution of harm in p.v.-ay. your name In rlglit King and Countfy right THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Aiiparcnlly Iberr Is lo be no hslt to the advance of the IJritlsb. on the Mesopotamia. British cav Klry jiairols have passed Ijeyonil Dae- rtnd to an client of more thin five relies, and apparently the Turk army lus nol vet iMdo any preparallons Jor a determined stand! Tlie Bus- fin.ns continue Ihelr progress from towards the llesopotamlan border. The British anil French offensives en tbo weatsrn fronl give Indication assuming a lareer scale. The Bri- tish are wnUnuing and ellending Iheir advance on toth sides of the Anere, and pailiculaily in the Tlcinit) of Dapaume, where loe Germans are resislence, and the tieneral SmuU says the East African campaign Is all over bill the slioiltlnf, and he is now for operations elseivhcrc. East Africa Is n South African, victory ami n pleaalns connnentnry on .Urltaln's method of dealing with her colonies. Il certainly isn't the German melhod. A second shipment of of Binolls from Iho Pacific coast lias arrived ut Mew York nnd Is being sold al Eli cents per pound to relieve the food Eiluatlqn.. New York coal dealers Buy Ihat lui usual reduction of 50c tier ton on coal April 1st will nol be rondo Ihls year. Eight-dollar toal Is Ihc prospect in Manhattan this year. llouck While and ten oilier raciu- of Ihe Ctmrcli ol Ihe, Social Its- volution are on trial In New York rhsrECil with burnins nn Ainerl- flan lu a ceremony staged in the church yard last June. Potatoes fallen In price ii New York clly Irom 12c per pound to if. and onions from ISc per pound lo DC! A largo consignment of Spanish onions Is .on the vay Lo New York and ivlll be. retailed ai 7c per pound. Willie Irom the liomo ol her daughter to her-own home, Mrs. W. A. Walters, wife of Iho reeve of Howard township, expired suddenly. The Siisknlchowan legislature bas Tho late II. lluwley. ol tlio 13. Kddy Co., Hull. Icll r.u cslalo val- ued nl over liev Spencer of Aurora will bo- lister ol Ilic llaptlst church ot St. Mary's. The diamond Jubilee celebration o their wedding was held by Mr. and Mrs. Caleb lloso :.t Wliltby. l.lent, W. A. Ileddock of Toronto, wlin travelled In western Cnniili for Did Ilig Business Lust'Year nnd Another Dig Season Our Own Migralh, March Al yesterday's mccllne of Iho iligmili Creamery as- sociation It WAS decided lo advertise at ouco for :i new manager. Willliim T." Tasscyvwia appointed to rccelvo Iho Incotnlne: creatn nvery Tnesda> tinlll a new lunn can bo secured, and Kd. Hodges will leave aliorlly Raymond, and SiirlluK lo make arraiiBomenlsi-for llio contlnu. ance of Ihc. cream supply from Ihose ints. In Iho meantime a man from Real i Character wun travoileil In western UQUB.ULI ui mo meantime ;i muit IIULU woollens und fancy eoodi. lias or Carrtston will be tctu- tu KAiInn iinrnrUv In llQ IhG C'lllirrilMJC killed In action. The New York World New York Sun demand ilml Senator SIOllC- be deprived of the vhalrmiinBlilp of Ihe foreleti rclilious committee. Konr blK nres within flvo weeks In Kenora will bo Investigated by O'Drlen. police inBeislrato al Fort William. Mbcrt White., one o[ the pioneers ol Klein county, died ot his Immo In triiiKWaler. He "'as born al Mark- l.lcul. J. O. Alisiiullli. of the lloyal Arllllery, 13 reported dead or wounds Me served for some lirao In tho Rolll! Xorlh-Wcit Mouiilc-J I'ollco In Can ada. The ruileJEe ol government rail roads In Canada is 1587. an Increase roads in L RIIRUI is IOAI. The Inlercolonial in 1S1Q rhc 1 and working ev- iugs "of and working ui- car.-icd w peoses of S12.55L.W5..producing a sitr- plus o! over one and a half million ol dollars. a decrease belng conlinued. people lo the north west ol lown ate being rro- PYIIJE mm; vided with a splendid new steel bridge French gains-in Champagne are also! across the Bellv river, and the slnic- iiu-e bis been built duriiiB the winter i months location'.oi a permanent 'road across Ibe neaervc was made last-summer and it will likely be graded and put in shape during the coming seisoa..1 The'road Ironi'.Glen- Wqad will run due south from Ihe bridge after reaching the prairie level, and the Hill Spring road will come inlo il Irom tho northwest, and Ihe location will avoid Ihe lands. A FOR SCHOOL GARDENS. No more, practical educational fccheme has ever been Introduced here than Ibe proposal lo make school pirdenins a part ol Ihe year's cur- riculum. We know too little ol gar- dening in Ihis'country and too much of vegetables which come to us by the can route. If we can do some- thing to Instil in the minds of our school children a lovo or the art of gardening we "will do much to pike thc-gems pt the'ii'gh cost of IJTmz, at tho samo.Ume providing heJllhful boys i ad''girls: The cciioo'I garden piari will bs a success'.according to the measure of Irierest 'Oi Ihe cuts in .Let-us all'lake interesl In this neiv departure, of ibe school pupijs "and" L'eibbridge will have reason Beit fall lo be proud'. Major Sydney Ttowland of Lister Insliiule, whose two years' work in India helped Id cslabllsh a knowlfileo of the transmission of the phBue by rals and Beas, died In France from cercbro-splnal hienlilgllis, which he IVBS Invesligaliug. Major Grejorj- Vincent Nelson, youngest son of Froiicis Nelson. Eporlius editor of the Toronto Globe, was killed in action tin March 5. He had been overseas over a year. The late Major Nelson was only 21 years old. On the Prince Edward Island rall- a deficit iu 191G of Her Hilly Suuday has been offered S-.'COu per day by a circus with addresses al every performance and special revival services on Bundav with admission lee or collection pro cccds to ao io charity or Hilly. Tlio sawdust frail lo he featured in Ihc billing" while the Sunday party la lo be provided with Ihe highest class limousine touring car aB llio circus is to travel hv motor truck. Billy has refused Iho" proposition. porarlly engaged lo do Iho churning until proper arrangements can bo made Tor a now man. Tho board of directors are hopeful at a successful year. The conipan" did worlh o( business last son, no dlvldemla were lie clareil, It Is bollcvcd by putting Ilia plant on a. more rigid business bapls that It can easily mado lo pay a reasonable dividend. Tho milch Blraln ot yojng block thai lias been broughl n from Hie cast durlnc Hie past anil distributed among llio farm- ers of llio dlstricl should soon be icard from, and wiih a gradually de- veloping Interest in the. dairy buel- ness on tho part ot quite a inimbei ol farmers theniaelves It Is expected thai Ihc local creamery plant will he come a live business proposition with- In Ihe next year or two. nlshop Lcvl llaiker Is creeling a small business block on his Grounds lying alongside tho Slagr'ath Phar- macy pn the uorlll. Th6 old sample room formally occupying Ihls spacn has been moved back o_r_thc Pioneer >jeal Markcl building anil will bn UECd by llial firm for olllco accomioo- dallon. Wallace. Uudle The real character embodied irf'Creigh- ton Bros. Clothes is discovered in: the daily service they give the the service which has proven their superiority (or years: Planned and deve- loped in perfect taste. Shown in 'rich to Thirty-fife CREIGSTON BROS. Tailors 604 Tlimj Aye. S. .Mso 12C Eighth Ave. E., Calgary. lu attend 16 hl'S personal analrb. 'Tlic Ackroyirand Evans I.lvcry Uo. jro rcmo'ilollliiE part of Iheir barn for garage purposes. Tlic- firm hava two 'Rc'celiits', wheat. oats, 072; barley, 2.EBS; flux, vyheat, oaln.1! ay rol n l.fe llurned last Sal- Igan, LMnh, where unlay night from he has been spending the ivlnlcr. J. K. Earl aivoiripanlcd his father to LclhUrldgc Saturday morning. where the latter will undergo medical cars for.service In addition lo a mini- barlcy.'M.SU: tlaij bcr o( teair.s, so'the patrons In future should bc-woll cared for. 'STOCKS AT TERMINALS I'ort Arllllir. March slnte- mchl of slocks in slorc In Hie eleva- tors al I'ort Arthur and Fort William, where the atter w unergo meca mu treatment for an injury suffered last i wllh receipts and slilpmc'ils during till in reeling from his Inrn. Tho tho week as follows: fall wrenched his back, nnd as n re- In slore. wheal. suit Mr.'Eail has been lately uniMc Ihe location win atom LUC iui> deOclt iu 191G of keeping nearer Ihe hills intercep .UK Ihe Inlernalional rail- the provincial trunk road lo Hie lerlon Lakes a mile or two wesl of Cardston.' When Ibis road Is com- pleted Ihls district will be well pro- yi.lefl for B9 to main roads from Ihe varlcus hamlets surrounding Card- aion This new bridge Is belween.lhe Caldwell and the Glenwood bridges, and will greally aid''some three huu- dre'd people of ISe Hill Spring dislricl market with their pro- duce! local member, Mr. Martin "WcoU, has worked continuously at this proposition for several years and deserves great credit Tor pulling it Ihrough, especially under war con ditions when ill meial work is so hard to obtain. Ward Conference al Bcaier Sunday Ihe.lOlh inst. was the date ol the Dealer ward conference, anc Pres. K--J. Wood and parly, inclndin: .W- Low for Ibe young men, Mrs. J lor tie relief.society, Messr