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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR run MiTimmnf.ii UAIIA I'lUDAY, iMAflCll Ucvalb tULievto 0 A I L V A 1 b IV E IS K t Y Rates: ......55.00 Subscription Dally, delivered, per 'Dally, delivered, per year Dally, hy mall, per year by mall, per year Weekly, by mall, iier year lo U.S..JJ.OQ TELEPHONES Office fJllorljl Oilice W. A. Buchanan President and MuniEliiK Director. John ToriunfO. jiicag Date? of expiry of sGhacrlptloas ap- pear on Address label. Accept- I-CG o( papers cider daio Is cur auihnrity to ronllnuQ iho jubsc" ;ton. and Country need you THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The swift, sudden overthrow of Iho Kovcrinncnt by iho revolu- civil and military of Pctrograd nud Moscow, over- Fhado'.vs all cvpnU ot-tlif war today. Tlin revolution was staric.1, tind rlcted, the government overthrown, And lite Czar deposed, alniosl Leforo siarllcd world hail an tabling of wlial was occurrius Behind the veil oi Eileace wliich ha? drawn over the llusslan government seat for the rast The revolution could lasted bat n. few days, but ?o great ihe public ferment against tbe gove'.-niiicnt and tbo pro-German cle- ment which still had a menacing grip upon public- officials, tbat only a short Iho Cow HIM, lal.l emphasis on vuluc of live stock lu iimking rosl- CQ on llio firm pc'rinnucnl, hoiiiosleailcr gels H few tierttl of stock lie rcuinln on his farm oil the Iliiii1, fceiauso ttiu must be cared for. Instead of proving ui> his iiuarler EcctJoii In sl.v months resi- dence Licrlods ami thru IcnviriK il illlil until a' pufcliascr coincs along, Iho who run ect-iirc1 souio stock on easy lenns. as Is possible u-i'ier ti-i'i Vow Hill, flay on liis uiKl fcci'oniij :i reM fumier. GulUitg tlic money nt t> licr cent, Is n big tiling (or Iho fanner anil we bellrvo the Hvc slock InJusLry will he greatly Bllmulntcil by llils loxlsln- lion. In ivreiil iliu live stock or the yrovluce lias beim greatly de- pleted, und this net, QS It Joes, the fanner to liorrow money cheaply to purchase slock, will rapidly luciease Uic Hvc slock In tlio province. That Is what we all want 10 illxed farming will be our vaknilon. It will assure us .1 con- lenlcJ, pcrmauL'ul rural population. 11 will be well lo assure tho very best kind of stock gelling on the f firms. Tho beilcr tlio breed iLe Letter Tnr Ihe farmers and the province. Mr. AJbprt.Ys progressive Min- ister of Agriculture, is live ptofk farmor of pronounced, opinions ;unl wo are sure that Ins guidance the Irst ot stock will gel Into ilia possession _pf our farmers. Tho COT: Hill Js mighty helpful logfrfaifan and ihe farmers should not liesitato lo avail themselves o[ Us PICKED UP PASSING THE An opcrn house.' IB to be.built nt Trail, U.C. Dr, ll. Gross, n wel) known citizen of Ltmlsny, Is dtud. The Methodist church :il Hidyc- own. Out., was ilcslroycd by fire. VV. W. Eraser, of Winnipeg, has I been (slonrr Tor Manitoba.., Klljali Mooro, A proinlnebt o( Si. Thomas, Onl., n srori of lUc firei mayor of tlml city, Is dead, N'ew EriRland plans to enroll pleasure boats and men lu uid of (be UnUcd States navy. arc replacing leather shoes In London, Ktigland, uccordlng tu iv- pona. Their cofit Is but of (hat of ;i j'.itr of slices, Japanese flour is gradually ing the American product in Kong, Cliiim. Hass ot forty-nlno cacti rclKMcd In iho past nt. prices ranging from to John IX Ilochefellcr has glvuu to -lhe Garden" should Eprjug slogan. The best way lo drive (he weeds few days io clean the situa- tion up. The success of the revolu- tion tneauVtlie tlinr-naiion of the pro- German e'.cment and a still more vigorous proseLiiliou'e; Ihe Grand Duke Michael, who succeeds tho.-.Czar as regenl for ihe .crown prince. While this turmoil has been going nn at borae, the llv 'siin troops afleW have been covering themselves wllli rflory, particularly .in tbeir campaign" In Persia, where tremendous advances out of Ihe .back lots hinds of vegetables. is to plant all IJeduce the cost ot living by gr iug your veselables summer. Th5 lot that Isn't producing any- iJilog 'except a lai bill Is a floe place lo crop with potatoes. TI. of CavflU towns! was fatally injured when" n ireo full him. S. Orion tias Icon Induct cd as 'pastor o( Si. Andrew's I'rts liytcrlan church, Uiatliam, Out. 0. T. Sinlthe, former mayor of Duncan, H.C., und Mils year clinlr n of llio school board, JIDB Jolnei Hip forces, Lome Promlfool. of Clilnook, has been uuitilmttfd us nil Irultrpendcii candidate for tiie Alberta Icglslalnru in the consllluciuy of Ac ad In, S. S. stonis, mnr.iiKcr of ttio Hank OF WF FHOM FIJOXT PAO E) Tlio convention rilil not niiy resolution on tlio duly mAlter, Lmi u'lll lose no or grossing (ho point. Poor Quarantine Grounds Mr. I'ciicyok ntso aired mint her Krlcvaiico in rouiict-tlon with 'UQ Im- portation of fcheop from Montana. The quarantine groniul til CoutLs Is nol equipped for liolJlny larRo bands of L-hcop, Tlicro la no water laic In Uiu full, nml no .shelter, aiul mighty Hut lha rfgulfltfntm oro etvlcl.nnrt musl-bo held Micro Tor llio prescribed period. Tho result js UiuL they lu-nvily, and llils, (lie duty makes nl- of N'ovn KcoiLi nt Saskatoon, hns cn-i moat iirohlmtlvo. A resolutiun will listed "nrlvatc In Uuij.-ti. imHSPil jislcius Iho Kovernincnl lo Duval's drall. The drnth occurrotl nt Jx'C'A1 remitly of (leoreo .McKay. 82 ycai-s" Mr. McKay was ono of Lhc of Die Nova Scolln Slcol co VTRS Us olilcst director." pioiftfy so MIH! tlio ranchers can ship Tlplil lo jhclr fur in 5 niul hold tboni In quarftii- tine there, 1 A Dig Vision Way Knight ia very nmdi In favor of nnydilng thnt U'lll la Imltit Up llio sheep Industry In Southern Albcrlu, Ho lias n vtslon of the (Itun oral Sarnill, comniauJer of llio ____ __ forces In lo Mile, do Ills son hlB acre estate al Po-Uoannls has been officially nmiouuo Albcrlu, lie lias n vision of Iho Mtnn Tho Impending marrhigB of GCIH the trrlgntcc) dlatrlcT hero will canlito near Tarryiown, ni Balonlki, He plans lu future Lo spend' uo more ban au occasional week or so An estate of was left by Ihe late .Major Chafles A. Moss, ti well kuown Toronto lawyer, who ilhtl ile Joaunis Is a member of ilie French imrilng stalf General 61 years old nncl was nrmy.' He IB to I do commaiul of (he alMccj arnu- (it Saloniki in Novenihcr, 1915. of wounds in a hospital al'jloucii on Morgan bas lakcn out Inrgesi Hfo. Insurance policy oypr Oct. written in the Unlceolaloes "with a bone in thn is of under- cooking them so that they mleht dc .lay digsslion and stave oil hunger. housekeeper tan hejp save seed iiolaloBs tor the next crop and reduce Ihe price Tor those who-need (hem ly io buy There are suliatl- n-'r-- nf rlqe nearly approaches the potato in value and defects. The 'bond deal" was tiuickly' exploded. Then cbarged LhaL Pre- mier Sllton's Irarelling expenses had and commented on ihis cxlrayagance.' This (1 gure, the Calgary Albprlan points Gut.'ls the -grand tolal of all llie LrareJling correct Instinct .oi rice-eater has expenses oulside the proyincc of al Ihe ministers of Ihe cabinet Eor the past seven years. The Share oMnis was only or about per year, and this What Is Inside ic a grcal ivinter fectllriB proutitl. AI fa If n lo provide the Teed, ami to ihow that lie Is .iiol talking through ils lint, Mr. Knight lins tilts winter m port oil 35.000 pounds of alfalfa seed which ho will sow on Ills land his coining Bmmuftr. Ilul two arc needed in order to make Itrle a jlieei> feeding access lo ;hc' Montana lamb market, wliere. reeding Block can bo purchased, nnd lilcnty of summer rango In Soulbernl Alberta. The place Lo find this range' Is in Iho forest rpscrcea of the Hock-1 [r-3, tmt at (jrcbdit Uic sheepmen BO heiuDied In by regulations ilial Ihty cnunot nvall thrmsclves of wliaL euiii- r pasture they have hi the reserves without a great deal of trouble. In Iho Livingston Valley, where jjh'cun Ehoult] lie summered every year, the government allows only A is im- possible for iyou to buy better clothes than Creighton's, be- cause it is'impossible to make clothes of better material, nor to combine them with' greater skill or care, this refers to whatis inside as well as out--Creighton's styles are gtitched in with a needle--not i merely pressed in with a flatiron. Suits, Twenty-five to Forty Dollars j. TLis, together with Ihe Trail- Act and Ihe poor means of reach- Ing Ilio valley, makes It almost pro- hibitive Lo the sheepmen lo lake their there. Resolutions aro lo be at tills convention, urging tho government at Edmonton (o amend Iho Trailing Act and also to nak tlic Domintoii government to make more CREIGHT-ON Tiulorsio Alpu k S. j -Mfio 120 Kighth Ave. R, forest reacrvcs avniliiljlo Tor Ihe grnzlne of sheen. The arc that, the C. P, U. Is about to put Into effen, ti ralo oi] Elicep. which will nmko It oaalor to rcnch points In Iho mountains from which tjia forest ruservos can ho reached. The ctmpjmr was nskcil (o do this by tbd, United Assocbttnn of Sliocmnen at Cnlcary some tliuu lietwcen Miiy 1st anil Isl. 'ihe taiJetdercfl the matter of n tax on, thcmseUTH to su plcmcnt Hits tu iiolp c.-irry on UK. bounty In wliifer, tlio ninJorUy felt Ihai by Ecciirlnp nnd oiv llio -'hiintlni; of llio they. could every apartment. "A room and a nalh for two and a well be the slogan o[ Lhe hotel. One Ibousand rooms put at tbe travelling public's 'disposal at tliat price. The .Commodore svlll lie 25 stories blgli. Lord George Wcllesley, great grand- Eon of the first Dultc or WcllirtRlon, was married at York lo-Latly Louise Hester Pamela Wellcsleyr 23 years of age, widow i ot brother, Lord llictiard Welleaicy, and daugh cludes tlie coil of a nunider of jour- ter or Sir .Maurice Fitzgerald. anj -bis bride Intent! lo make New York their home nTtcr the war. Lord premier's George said the was celc- 1 hralcd in Xcw York because of Uic KrRlish law asalnst a tvldow ber deceased husband's brother. Ihe.laUcr by the Invention neyg' to England and Xew York obll- ,n pa. in TJbJch rkc Is suuplomemed i ealorv upmi hls clinppcd meals or gravies. Rlc :cit A BIG HELP TO MIXED FARMING It was liic late Sir Wra. Whylc, Ice-president ot His C.P.P.., who once EAld miicd farming created hu- of many conferences in olhcr parlg of Canada in (be interests of Alberta proplo in their relations io other of Hits Dominion, We have-made reference to the London Morning Post's criticism ot licincs and grain fantilns creat- lhc EaTc ot l'Ues' Us course has :Cd Eambitrs. Tbo mixed .commended hv Thomag Gibson raiEes crops anil animals, lie Is not 1 Bowle3- a wel1 known Kuglisli Coiiscr- in gambler because he la not dependent .or. revenue Irom one enurcc alone. Tho grain farmer depends upoii grain ,only and gErables wild Ihe weather. Tveeih and surh lilic Egai a crojt. mixed fr.rmer, caring for calllc, hia sheep, his poultry sntl bogs, ia a humane, syrnrwiheUc, TaUvc' a member of Parliament, tims farmer, fond o. hia fann slock. The grain farmer is rlc- icnnnitd (o get nil he can out of tbe land nnd then retire hcrause he rory makes his wheat farm .attrac- tive ff.r Hon. Diiaran .ifar.'haJI' in ei'filnfn- (lie bill linown as You Can Do Your Bit in the trenches, in the home, in the office', in the factory, in the store, when the body is nourished with foods that build healthy muscle without overtaxing the di- gestive organs. Shredded Wheat Biscuit contains the greatest amount of body- building nutriment at lowest cost. It strengthens the muscles of the stomach and intestines by making them do their normal work in a natural way. A better- balanced ration than meat or eggs, more easily digested and costs much less. Ready- cooked and ready to eat For breakfast milk or 10 examine ihe Cany wiiii's cream, or for any meal with anil Illrt ImikiriE ncronnls ami olhcr irho in a Idler to the 1'ost says; "You do a preal public service, ft-hlch I hopo you continue, in atientton tri liiat sale of lion- whfch has lately teen a toul r.ioach lo oar iwrly system. Oi ibc PTTfilcnfij of Ihls IvatbfOinc system thero can lie no daubi since, the dc- bilcs lu Iha House of and trnnk avr.wnls then mn.dc, but how deeply the canker hns enU-red Into our political life is 1101 known to Ui palfMc large, nor will It be until a'r most inquiry Inlo it is roadc hy.on ai a [loyal full THE MINISTER OF FINANCE offers herewith, on bchnlf- b oi Uic Government, the aijovc-nnmcd Bonds for SubEcrip- 3 lion alD6, payable as S 10 per cent on application; U 30 iCtli April, 1917; 3 30 May, 1017; 55 26 lalli June, .'1017. _, 9 The tplsl allotment of bonds of this issue ivill be limited H to one 'hundred and fifty million dollnra, cxcliiMvc of 2 the amount (if uny) paid for by {ho surrender of bonds 3 us the equivalent of cash under tlia terms of tlic a Loan prospectus of 22nd Xovcrnber, 1915. 2t i r The inslalmenls may be paid in full on Die 10th day of gj April, pr on nny instalment due date thereafter, under :lhc rate of four per cent per nnninn. All y pnym'ents are loi bo made to ,1 clinrtered bunk- [or the S credil'of the Minister of Finance. Failure, lo jwy nny g] instalment when due will render previous payments liable gj to forfeiture (ipd the allotment to cancellation. p( H Subscriptions, accompanied by a deposit, of ten per H cent of llic nniount subscribed, must be fanvnnleil Ihrriupli gj the medium p( a chartered bank. Any branch in Canada Ej of any chartered bank will receive subscriptions und issue CT< provisional receipts. This loan is authorized under Act of the Parliament JCT of Canada, and both principal and inlrjreal ivill be a charge upon the Consolidated Hcvcmie Fund. Forms of application may be obtained from nny branch Sj in Canada of nny chartered bank and at Hie office of any Su Assistant liccciver General in Canada. SubscripliiJns must be for even hundreds of In case of partial allotments the surplus deposit ivill be applied-towards 'payment of the amount duc-on the April instalment, !g Scrip certificates, non-ncpoliable or payable In bearer S3 in nccordnncc nith the cnoice of the applicant for registered or bearer bonds, will be issued, after allotment, jgj in exchange for tho provisional receipts. the scrip ccrtificalcs have been rraid in full and [gj payment endorsed thcfcon by the bank receiving the re) money, they nmy bo cxchnnKcd for ivhcn prepared, with coupons attached, payable to bearer rcKislcrcd as to principal, of for (ully registered bonds, when prepared, without coupons, in accordance with the application. 1HJ Delivery of scrip certificates and of lioml.i h? made ibrongh Ihc clinrlcrcii banks. Tlic issiic lie (iny ncomo in pursuance of legishUipii eimctcd the I'nrliaincnl of Canada. Tlic coupons will be issued in (Iciioniinp.lioiib of S100, 3500, Fully rcgisleretl bonds coupons will be issued in denominnlions of SojCOO or any aiilliorizcd multiple of The bonds will be paid a I maturity at at tlic oflicc of the iMinijtcr of I'inancc and iicwivcr at awft, or nl tho oflicc of tbc Assistant Hi'Cciver.Opncrnl til linjifax, Si. John, L'liiirlottctmvn, Montreal, Toronto, jiij'icg, Ki'iinn, Calgnry or oral ''ljNcw Yni-kUily. The interest on (lie fully regislerwl Ijoiid-s n'jll bo P'lid by .which will be rcmitlrd Interest on bonds VHh eoupcuiR vrill puid on surrender of coupons, iiotb cheques and coupons, at llic option of Ilia holder, bo payable free of exchange at any branch ip "of "any c-hartcred bank, or at the Agency of ilie Hank Vork Cily. .Subject to'lhc payment of tu-euty-livc cents [or'ench iitir bond issued, holders fully rojjistorad boiiili tvjlhoiit coupons will have the right lo convert into bojjile of the denoiniration of with coupons, nnd holders of bonds with coupons ivill have the to cDiivorl into fully reKislcrecl bonds of .authorized without coupons al any time on application to the Minister of Finance. The books of the loan will be kept at the of 3'inahcc, 'Otlawn. Appliealion will be made in duo course for the listing of tbe issue on the Montreal and Toronto Slock I Itecognizcd'boml and stock brokers having pfliccs and carrying on business in Canada will be sllnwec) a cominis-' fion of thrcc-eighlhs of one per ornl.ori allotnippls inndo in respect'of licnrinf; their slampl provided, however, that no commission will be allowed in respect of the amount of any allotment paid for by fho surrender of bonds issued under the War prospcchis of 22nd November, lOlfi, or in respect of the amount of sny allotment paid for by Rurrnulcr of five per ccnt'ilcbmtiirc stock. maluriiiK 1st October, Nu commission will he allowed in rwjioct of applicKlions on forma whiclj have not been printed by the King's Printer. SUBSCRIPTIOX LISTS WILL CI.O.SK OX OR BEFORE THE 23rd OF MAHCI1, 1917. Jccumenti of ;hc fruits. Made in Canada. ;