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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta >A'GE TIIE HAH.Y HCTALD SATUHDAY, MATlCIi ID17 p vVjh. Wl'-'UfclS '.Daily, by mj tnox Cl- WeeVly; Ave. byma. A. H, U-S..J2.W lurns, Act ai H F 'TELEPHONES Easiness Qlice EHlUirEnV Office A. BucKanan I'lc-sidojit and John No American livej' would have uesn lost luid acquiesced In (Icrmniiy's pulley ns wo havo In llrltaln'z. American lives would nltuoal cer- Uinly Iwvc. bcenlosl liml wo refused to'aereo to Hrilalu'e "blockade-" as wo 10 Germany's "war decree. I Tlie Globe.nroceeds lo stole truly American case 111 the fallowing clear exposition. Hint even tlio elm- lili'El can understand: I'rcslilonL Wilson, as far bacfc ns January, IPI5, wlten Ilio F'ryo sunk, conceded (ho rlslil of Ucrimlny lo stop foodstuffs going lo (IreuL Hritalu. lie VauM not, then, deny 10 llrlmln rlglil lo stop foodstuffs for GerMKinv- Tho to Hritaill lias bent kepi open, uol by lliis country, bul by IkltHln herself, flcrinany the 1221 of keeping aycfi her road. Imvo op Uirccluv. liuslncss Manager. PMea of expiry at subscriptions flp- pear dr'ly on ndilress label. Accept- luce of papers after eviration date I" cur autiinr.'ly lo contlima lo.a iubscrlp. V'L'irr flnd Country right THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The overthrow' of iron Oil nuililug anJ closed umlitiig, Thc (iCrni.iii in our harbors could clear Tor home today tf will lu take ilic riafc of Inuislt, lust ilrltisfi KMi's, taking tlie risk, dally American slitps have- freedom lo ptart for oil her Herman or Urillsli rorts, nnd tin? destination, have equal prelection. SboulJ (Jer- irian officers Mho our slili'j lino jiorl, search them, nuil Ihca requisition llicir cargoes if found lo bo contra or destined for Uritisli up serious complaint would be in a Jo. liavc threatened.war over ts nol blockade or war 20110-bul the Uotnanotf refusal of Germany lo provide for the dyiusly in Russia is complete, ajiil citizens'when among the clvllUeil world hnils the revolu- an" crcivs Is any one mad enough' 10 (C JJrilam had lorjicdoei merchant ship. ships. lion and Us success as a triumyli for democracy, and SOPS visions of lirifh't- without; irariiloK people, am) incldDntally a much ihal prosecution or the-wsr-agtilnsl ihe eodisredT would apply the Sus sex rule to her instanllv. Uritafn ha: JOE done what Gciianav has done, Germany has bcon favored rathe Ihaa Biiialn. We have proteste when Uritain examined pur mall, am seut il on. bin have said not a non. ivhen our mall was sent to Hie Lo German. rnllHarlsro. Grand Duke Ml- who was nyuoiuted regent, H U understood, -has also abdicated, nut] lliis brings the1 rule of this facilly tu flii rrd. The new. goveni- meni is -entirely ol the people, pnil a ;ncy: order-of .Uiings has already, J; 'prevail.'.. the German., influcncq el cnfutf "completely _v 'cnjsU'SQ'Vthere obstacles Hi -pro vision iiig lorn of llm sea. When Britain ha soiled-, .goods wo liavc niondcd payment; when C- ot thV-waV ;ileiiroj-ca American good i prusLcmiQii oi iop ,r relegated settlement'to th .rov fs i..-things 'Russian lover pecuniary loss Americans, by Germany, whcrua has iufjjclcd it tli bcori .kepi' hot- international tribunal won' probably hold- tae' British blockade Oe'rmaiiy- illegal.' An effective co Joii'eilsls. doctrine of ultfmat destination tins not been morb. drastically ihan by our SupYaiue.Court. British..treatment neutrals' has beeii 'milder than du 6? the-Confederac for .-we .ships ond en vvtereas Britain' has paid to ihe non-blockade c .rmauy's QiUic ports is coacerae irn make a. major point: ihisVhcn recognizing the surriclenc oi; ihe German .blockade' ot Russia Ualtic ports while her Black 3ca por were open rlo. Roamahla? JXo Intcrhatlonal-court 'would, nro ably bold the German war Its ..blockade not erfecllve. Xb co don.'eilsis.'' Xo pretense Is ma'db (he Jaid on blocka'der to prizes befoi touris for adjndicatioD. '__ prn'clically put blockade and Gcraid.ii war zuae on thus again favoring1 German .-j The oaly ire bare Insisted c they are icing after lhe forest Irom bloctadcr and war zoner is thi the nrmies CBcmalgn agnlhst tlie Turks'is '.v In Eijccess, "and IJriljViil.ailvances lo'.a ;rordcd: -on--bihcr ibeing 'kucctssfuHy 'pursued Drliiili-in advances SHEEPMEN FIGHTING1, -v FOR SUMMER j -v-Southern .sheepmen.'tare vears' (o secure "raagc cbnuluoiisMn cbhdecUon bul Itiey .pcrir'lo'-be Jar :they Jiorrerer, -as a result ol ,lon t.. tab .Itllo, fir. Ibu I and 'it looks is il .they( Had" the flat ermi nation to make Eomething out of 'it. -'There-is no earlLly reason why the Eheejjmen of Ihis country fhaulil.not Belter arrangements for the use PICKED UP IN PA. SJSIN G THE BUSY MAN Jtcv. J. Slcwnrt, ot Oiven Ubernl coiivenlloas nl St. CRlh- wHh lucti on their ex- accoplcil an Invitation to olliodisl church, 1'olalocs -sufficient Lo Iced all million] arc said to Lo stored hi aunt 1'loASdiit vlllago, ncflrlty. Klusstou's civic (Lunucu coimnlttco lit rccoiinncuJ -ihai J, U M'liIUug, .U.t be nyrolutetl city solicitor tit ,BQO. llcv. V. Anderson. MA., !l.a, aslor ol MacKay c-hurcb, OLlawn, AS rcccltrcil a exit from Knox cliurcli, liclburnc, Arthur FYeo, souglit In connection lili Hi? JiniriJcr of .Mri, llatllo Hill t Hay. lias bceu traccj as ar as Alosatnirla (lay. Jlonry McMliich, ex-mayor of llcllc IU1, is douJ, sgcd 11, lie was one Rrluos nnd gave the oldest iiic'tiibers cf ecutives, Dr. Clias. Nr. AuilcTsoiij or has" LPCJI iipijonitco shorlff of county, guccccdlng the late John tj. I! owl by, or KilclLCncr, has been county cruwu nMorucy of Waterloo, succeeding hts laic uncle, 'Yard 11. llowlby. Jlrr Co., 01 Chicago, liavo one million luifihela ol HOtaloes bloied [ci various ol Mie United Glntcs. An irrigation dani [n New Sonlfi wJilrli ivJH luipouuiL aboul y-USd.OOG.OOO cubic feel of water, backed ui> lu n lake 10 milos Mltfs Anna CuimlngliHin, of Jllgh- nnj Kulle, nsha (b.QOO dnniugei Ironi n cliauffo'jr vliom slin accuses of ImvliiK rurcfbJy klsbfJ her. T Ttio .gi'ak In Chicago Jiavc resulted lu clmiges of bribery jelng jircimrcil ugainst, former CUfcf of 1'oltco Clinrics C. llealcy mill llea Nettlo lllclmilrc, who llvud Iho son of Win. St. I'lciTD, ilio victim oC a ntiLrdor near Aulsvllle, confessed (o I'rovltiflrtl In'ei'ector .Miller (fcnl killed tUc nmn on his nt essaull her. John Purray Mllclioll, mayor of .Now York city, has been (o succeed Newton JJaker of Cleveland, ns secretary of war Mr. Baker, H la said, oti excellent will become Atlornoy-gen crnl [n place of Thomas Gregory Well In J'J.CSD.OOO, odEB, 2S3, A.M.. and was asl muster. lilsbop O'llrlcn, addressing a nieol- g at Petrrboro under the. H.USIHCCS f (lie Olojiatjec cliaytor, ro.D.E., ngly" hdvUcA Hut wonxon keep Icar o[ [wrty iiolHics. "Mothers of a cinematic iplc of tho great war, Is Ilic phoio- Uranm for which Sarah HernbariH cd before she sailed from France lo America lasl fall. lax VN'u.v, n German, was round by the New York cily ]iolUc in pos- session "of a complete portable wire- ess oiiim. Wei liaJ code, jiajiers and letters iccelved through lhe :e of tho German consul. Thc Greek legaUon at has received Inslrnctions Crotn lao Greek governrnpnl lo deny tlie slory published that King! ConstnUtnu re- ceives part ol his salary froui France aud Urllaiu, A ministry of supplies has been established in Greece lo meet tbe arising froiu lhe allies' blockade of Greek ports and Ihe suiting difficulties of Iraosporlalion ol for Greece. Plans for what Js cipccled to he Iho tallest building In lhe o7 and capable of accommcdallns len thou- sand have Just beeu prepar- ed In Detroit, and options have secured on a silc. Among the many fine scms that the ueiv Austrian omperor lias herited from lUc dead Franz Josef Is an opal which weighs seventeen ounces arid is estimated to he about A number of lhe younp ladles in Queeu'a university have signilicd their intention of aiding In the ivork the fruit crops "in Ilia part of the province during Ibe summer. Hamilton hydro's Iwo contributions to the Patriotic fund have been can Felled. W. W. Pope, secretary ol Ihe iirorinclal commission, wrote ex plaining tlial sanctiou coutd not given, Ibat H was not fair that users of hydro power should be so assca'acd. Is I.lcut.- CoJ. Crcolninii, of lloutrcaV Is return- Ing to Canada shortly to contest u (or Iho Doiniuion KOUEC of Com- it is Sir llc that ho es in SI. AH- Some sections of the' Australian press deplore the publication of Iho Dardanelles report, because It gives the Hermans authentic details of of Mrlttsh control, bul it is suro Australia Ihtm ever dcmanil thai liiioDs UR ropresciited on 'ouncll. wore o( TCXRP, who will fornicd jiereons eay President Wilson conleinulalea crcallng a new men I ol transportation, wLlh Daiik'l WiDard, i-resldetit of tho Dttltlmoro Ohio rnUrondj us Us head. Tlio spoctal comiulUee ajtpolnlcil by Ilic Council of Agriculture al Us meeting at Itcgtiia lo brint; n report reference lo the1 rcsolullon euVh nilUcJ by (ho Hritlsh Columhln Trull growere, for (lie removal of tho tax-on Chinese labor Into that province, recommended (lie council not lu take, action fn tho mut- thc report of Iho committee ivas Rdoplcd unanimously. Tho reso- lution provided Mint Clilneso labor Ehovild be broughl Inlo tho nrovlnce of llrltlsh Columbln to work In tho truU orcliards, for a staled iicriud, il being understood tliat Lliu laborers should return lo China at Ibc euJ of n specified timo. Style and Economy STYLE-that pe- culiar combination of attractive fabric, cor- rect cut, smooth fit, and comfortable 'feel' so prized by vigor- ous, ambitious ECONOMY.--tlri.tsj real thro ugh-and- througli value inma- terialsi workmanship and wear at a price that pleases the pocket book. Suits, Twenty-Jive to Forty Dollars CREIGHTON BROS. Tailors lo Men G04 Third A.VO. S. .'.Iso 120 Hlglitli Avc. WAR LOAN v v DOMINION OF CANADA Issue of 5% Bonds Maturing 1st March, 1937 Payable at par at Ottawa, Halifax, St John, Charlottetown, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Rcgina, Calgary, Victoria, and at the Agency of the Bank of Montreal, New YorVcity.' INTEREST PAYABLE HALF-YEARLY, lat MARCH, 1st SEPTEMBER. N PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYABLE IN GOLD. ISSUE PRICE 96. A FULL HALF-YEAR'S INTEREST WILL BE PAID ON 1st SEPTEMBER, 1917. THE PROCEEDS OF THE LOAN USED J.OR'WAR PURPOSES ONLY. murder shall not occur. Great 3r tain has refrained from murder, an Germany has not. To complain tha we have "interfered'1 with German while" letliDg Great Dritain alone to say tbat a policeman who arres a burglar discriminates be'rian been presented to .the American The skeleton of n inasladon of new type discovered in northern TCMS, does not at thfi same time arresL -burglars. Curious, isn't' It. that an American publication should take, sucri sros'i mUrapreaenl tlie Dillon the President toward the submar- oi (he forest reserre. It slated Rl c-onTL-nllon that Ibe Livingston which (lie government, pro- noses to'.alloif sheep range ihisf Eunmjer, wiil carry JOO.qOO durins yet summer months. "It Is- also staled-talion poos steadily on, Ebuib of the Crow's" XcsL'lioe and' north "of Walerton Lates Pack, tftere is another forest reserve WBIcb slieep. All tarougd (na The Duchess of Connaugbt's death Trill csuse great griet throughout Canada. She had won the affection ot the Canadian people'by her good- ness and kindliness. Her noble hus- band1 and Gracious daughter will have the sympathy of the Canadian people, lo whom thej so endeared themselves reserves in thc south ihejc are .similar areas, no good lor ccitle range jbnt ideal for sheep, which should be :made'available 10 the sheepmen for r.umrner pasture. It is just this moun- ranso Wlch has" made Montana durins the llormer'a years as Ibe' It Is Ibis governor-general. mountsin range, secured for our sbeen- .men! lhat- Vvlll make thc irrigation cast of Lcihbridge a winter feeding ground, and put ihe industry po the proper fooling here. Tlis sheepraeh are fiehllng for this rangr, and bclTer trailing laws which "T.-llI make It possible' tor Ihem to 1 make use of H. Let the Lelhbridge Hoard of Trade help. A better ar- ranscmcni of (he forest reserves [or i pasture Js jast as important to Museuin of Natural Hislotv, New Tori. It Is lieSeved that Ibts animal ived about years ago.. The destruction of lhe Detroit Tail- oad elevator at Detroit, with asloss of-one million Friday after- noon is being Investigated under sns- dclon of an incendiary plot. Three :uodred thousand bushels of grain .pslined for the allies were dcstroy- d. A foreigner at Port Morris, Ps.F is eported to have chopped off with an lie tolh bands of his little girl be ebc threw his pay cheque into he fire. The child bled lo dcatli, anil the molher is sajri to have died if shock aller discovering the con- dition of her child. Pelertoro'a mayor has introduced a novel idea, in that clly In onler to tiring lhe different elements of the cilj- closer lo'clher. He has held three banquets, inviting first repre- sentative business men; second, the young business men. and last, the workingmen. Affairs of Interest to lhe industrial welfare and municipal government of the city were dis- cussed around lhe festive board. I'ro- nc iho of an ot municipal prob- -.icmal eleTilor here. The Herald isllem3 was and today Ihere Is turc thai the Board ot Trade will Ia c'03er sympalhy between the pco- the ?ame interest in lhe cam-jplc and lhc cklc rulcris (ha" before. icign of ranchers as Ihey ..have in tliai of (he grata grofi-cra. If the only ask for help. Albcrt.i'should have a rnil- .lion sheep Instead of a couple of !iun- _ thousand. Scrarir.g the forest for snrqmer raature la the bcsl. way to increase Uic nocks. ENLIGHTENING IGNOHANT. .'The N'ew York Olobc, on- o[ Itic "jendcrs ot nuhllc (fiouglit in (no SMlco, refers lo lhe confusion of American which la rejpon- for the piiblicatlon ot thc follow- ;Ins daring inisEtatemenl in the Now 'iitepubllj-, a Xcw York periodical: The Germans have pofnicd out lhat lhc result of 'this (She-American) policy Im been