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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta riiE rKTiiiMimoiJ MONDAY, MAiiOli 7 Deralb c, ttlbcrtn DAILY AND WEEKLY Subicrlptton Baler. Calif, delivered, per ween IJj Dally, delivered, per year lislly. by mall, per year WeeVlr. by mall, per jvar WieJly, by mall, far year to U.S..J- 0' 1561 TELEPHONES Bu-lnrja Office Editorial Office............ W. 'A. Buchanan I'rcslileiit Manaelns Uire.clor.- Jolm llustness Manage Is expecting It, and wltli Ilio proper organization nncl direction of In which tlic. allied Govern- mcpls will uld only too Ocr- many may looV (or n doubling of llic cfforls of the free men of her enemy 16 tlio cast. Al apy illo, liroUerinan Influence In' Pelrogiad mini! lo an cml with the lust of the llomimoff line of emperors. BEARING THE BURDEN OF OAHAOA'S PART IN THE WAR. There lias been much Inlh. I" nocttou wllli the o'rospci'l of Ihe en- forcement of the Mllllla Act to up oMOO moil shortly, Unit cons' (Ion til Canada. Them Is so imicli In favor of consrrliillon as lo nil up the ranks h> 'Dales o! iipiry.or jiliscrIpllons oddress im-s of papers alter dalol. iur authority to.conlliua lus i'jb'f tton. Vsur' King sni neld. flflhl nosvl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR With Hunla now virtually a ronilli- lif, ivllli the army and navy forces In r.mlre p.crcnJ v.-ith the revolutionists. full prosecution of the war by Ihem Is now eifeflecl. Tlie realization of is havU-.g il3 effect- In Germany. the best plan. 10 iii'u fatreft means nml with Ilio leas dl.ruutlon '.-.al .Iho .country's produc. lion, that, the Montreal Hoard Trade Iho'ntlier day liafseJ n rcsolu lloii In fiyor of'piiillfiE conscription Into Ytnnicd'inte effect. But Ihc Monl Hal lloa-iilp'f Trade, wnlrh Is con posed ntVlhc KeallMest men In Cai p.rti. Wiil'.'-iioiulng couscriplio qf wea'ltK tn help pay tor Iho wa So ions as money can bo borrowed v.-hlcli lite ?oldlcrs help to pa on Ihflr return, Hie men of the Mou real Hoard of Trade will not lie I fiyor of conscription of wealth. Tt Ciirary Altaian puts (he case, ver straight, when It aays: may come In Cana some Jay, but not merely by the se PICKED UP PA ssijy o The arllllcry inorles lias Iw Toronto 11. A. liromlneul merchant, Id dead: llainlHoi. Tho publishers ot the Toronto ill cctory Blvo tlio poiiuhllon ol (but ly us Mrs, Kdllh Murclmioiu was nrifst- 4 oflcr sl'O hud left her balje on Ihn eps of a Toronto church. Moore, n llfelous re.Hiilonl cl t. Thomas, died lit his homo after a ing Illness. Tho mall clerks mel al. Toronto ml entered a nroteil against Ihe .hid of car used by railways for null. Mush McUowan tins been In- lucleiTns pastov of Ulllhursl 1'rcsby- eil.n church, Cnlgary. Aleininler CoiiBallon, well known 'win one enil of Ontario to the other us a curler, dlcj at Ouclph. Extensive Ihefts of potatoes, butter anJ eggs havg beeu tafclns p'aco In llrantford anil .llraiit Counly DHL Sailors' ncllef fund hos bcei closed, 510.000 ncliiK raised1, Uic las f200 by ten lilllo girls. Denis Murphy, ci-M.UA., nnd for- mer member ot Ih'o T. N. 0. rail- way commission, died al Ollnwa, In Miss E. A. Wiugli. LonQon. school leacher, roll on a sidewalk anil RG fatnlly In.iJred.' The Ornneo grind lodge at Hlral tonl ndou'teu resolution us'ilnfr Ihul liicllads >lli6 fmnchlae. Service ilci'raruls Ol lllc 5'onirfal Board suvciUy-fiflh year. aad it is now'believed that.lhe Traileior bodies. aro nukliiK preparations lo at- js llle of wealth of laci Russia in a new offensive Im- of Carialii. Of the 23 new offensive jtn- irediately, If to like the revolutionists off their guard before their internal (lilTicuUies have been Foltlotl. this is tlie reason for the Imec withdrawal of Oerman from the western front and the con t eilensive retreat now under men "whff. control the wealth of Ihu tpnnlry. 'ijio majority of them are In j.rrlj commerelal ami Industrial ce'r.tn. These plulocrats (16niiiule Iho Board of Trade, which this sweeping resolution. Henry Mclnch, former mayor ol llellevlile, passef IWPV at his homo way, is possible. For the .past two -or tbrco days the advances recorded !by the Drlilsh and Kreneh have been .withoul precedent since Ihe bcglnnjos oi tlie Somme orreDSlvc. Saturday the fall of Bapaumo was announced, Ihe Oc-rnians giving a somowhat more' spirited defence "to this point tban they gave to the surrounding llnes.of defence. The city, noirever. WAS lakeli after jouly a. briet fleM, ami V now Peronoe'.'witn-the'series of ,vil- between it and Dapaurae, has j aiso fallen inlo DriUsh Lands. The French have marked an equally-'qs- -1 tensive advance farther lo the 5outh- V east. The fidvances have been along a front of SO miles to a deplh of from len .lo fil_teen miles, and rae-.n "1 nothing else than a complete TeUre- rnpnt of the fiermans from the Hv paucie-Peroahe line. t The men wlio are ai Ihe back of the Montreal Board of Trade have grown fat by war profils. Money lus p___.-d'lnlo Montreal nioro rapidly illiripl the last ycnr or more than al any previous lime. flio members of tho Board of Trade no subgestion thai flic Oovern- menL" BJiould conscript lliese profits or taHe over the, industries which play sVch an luipoitanl part In winning the yar. Probably not one of .the mcai- ]ejs; of the. board passed Jhc 'is liable for conscription If' It.should come. If tley were they woyid eykilo It somo way or go over siis. llnslrcl Trnop will bo given Belle- vno on KrUay, -lurch 33. YOU meniwho: pro- gre'ss o{ eve ni'e n V y o'vj age and viduality, every service I adu for with Ihrce Tho Windsor city council Instruct fcU Ihe city solicitor to prepare, a bj law putting in force that section o tho municipal act by which everv male resident 61 (he city :betwee Ihc ages" of 21 "and 60 uncl not a rale payer, shall be Insert for nli lion of 1Kb expense of malntalnln Hie munitrlpal goTemment. A tsi o iv'a dollars Is proposed upon th trcscnl ed his face almost b'pyond recognit ion, and suffered fatal internal In- (Fninl Our Own Glenwood, Mar. .1 remit nf n cpiilciulc of measles.and whooping rough the, tlienwcod public school has een closeil (or two nnd the uaranllno Is not yet lifted, and It Is uttc ccrlalu Ibat 11 will not be for wo weks lonjer. '-However, Ibe acbool Is Ellll running. It seemi Ihil after n great deal o elay and unnecessary correspon [cncc'iwllli Ilia department of .eilnca ion, Hie school officiate have at las Seen able lo make the Bnal arnfjge meula for coniolidallon. The liar flislrlcl lo the west.ot Glenwoo las paused resolutions In favor o consolidalion. Clenwood has bee ready for some llrae but hail-iiol fo warded application forms before, wai for nctlon lo bo taken by Hi Wood dlslrict to the cast ot GIc wood. However, It Is all ready lo the sanction of (he education depar nicnt. Tills wilt bo n great boon the school here, in that It will near ioubie tho school attendance wli Ihe vans commence ihelr work a. the grading of the schot styles of to-day are yours in alothes we tailor .to., your personal Tai- lored inch-, by., inch to a blue print' ''oi your figure. V Suits, Twenty-five to Foriy, Dollars .Tsviiors to Men (504 Tliirtl S..' .'.lio 126 Are. B., much more satisfactory. There will gang of eii'plored before nUCH more HttplilHCIUIJ. mil ballJS V ie few "ilterationj tVmiike Injth'e wort' It will beipos- fehiloi' b'nl'idlng' to accoinmodale! slblc lo fiulsji Jl'iU'op Uy Ihe Mcond Krhnol. xk houflc week 111 school, as tho house us been'built'-with a such in Increase and at "preeenl Is only tialf occupied. BealdeE the uehool trustees .Kave 'been quite liberal In their appropriations KO that the ap- paratus 'required will be already plie'd The. high school Is niilte.well equipped ami.the VII. and VIII. grides aro fully, einiipped for'Ihe courses In'agrlcullure. On account .of Ihe cjuarantlne, the men have been prevented from, work Ing on the new assembly hall. It week In April.- Mr. Tbpniaa Jt.hultainc _ fine now b'trn properly In Glenwood. Hr.1 TboBm hai tba con- tract for the wort. BiiHoii bull( a aec anil purchiElnn a car as soon as sprlnf onen's up. I.oiulon, -tyir. Keien- Bky, tlie new Runlin mlnlater of JUE- lllrc, ban declilM 10'frame :u meaaure' Ing on uie new assemoi> u ucvmpy nt p'erhipa' hair, flnlsbeil and with ttiu of general FREE RUSSIA RISES OUT OF THE WAR. Affairs rapidly in RUE sia. A couple qt roonths ago we had hints that well.. The. raur- .dnr of Ihe monk. Rasputin, revealed ;f-to Ihe world a'sinister influence' al -'work in Russian court circles. Tales "of pfchCc-nnah influence at court have told. Wilhin" thn past monlh .there have'been more frequent stories r told of food riots in Polroerad and Russian- cities, and .the i wralh.oi.lhe people over the manipu- lation of food supplies and food prices. few in America, jevr indeed In knew of the real .meaning behind these so thai .the siirprise .over the ..abdication of Czar Nicholas and the establishment nf a .repuhiic'conies oil ili'e more is a surprise to Uiejvorld. There seems to be little doubt tisl V German Influence, was at work in rtus- for ihe purpose "of slinlng up i rcv.olatlan to the J that i-Hilssia 'i so iiisy with her Intern'a nlTalraMaat 'she: be. unabrej It Ipursue Dirt' it looks liki "'nnolhhr sarhnlo of G'errnin dlplpmaf; gone wrong.. :Germanv has stirred up bloodless revolution" Mrncd at -Ttho treople'lrom' It Utfie laboring of the rtus- majisea to throw oil the yoke them .from :ln are niisy at war; lo irrufih-'.tlio'.lhrea; igalnst IheJr-lilirly cueiuHy in their pockets and silling tight upoii their millions, nsk the Gov ernrient to force the other fellow to EO'to war whether ho likes it or not. The" Albeftan lielleves in conscrip- tion-' :H Is Ibe only democratic way IOT a Semocratlc nation. But tt docs not 'bclleVc in the conscription, of riesli and "blood while wealth and riciies EcTIree-' It certainly does nol ihe rich, holding tlehl On .Ihelr flesh ami blood profits, demand- Ing Ihe sacrifice ol Ihc piople. ng ;'Tho Montreal Board ot.Trado might heter Veep..quiet until its members are prepared to do their part." The. 'Opposition at Edmonton working hard to rake up. a seal put. They want It fur he-.electlpn they (eel snre is coming. They "t'eemT convinced that Ihe Al- berta Government isu't afraid of a wer'ttae elecllon. had a' revolution in Russia lo or .the disturbing elements. The French Cabinet has resigned to make, way. (or an administration that will push Ihe war more vigorously. jury. With the object.til confining Ihclr sates io tobacconfsts nhd thus restrict- ing Ihelr use, Kln'sston city council established ft license ten of S20 the sale of clgaretiej. as hitherto ihe sole has been 'general. .....-The Moose, Jaw Sinking Fum Irustces decided to invest o tho sinking fund in the Canadian war loan, the1, approval of the local government'board for the Investment having been received. The badly charred body of John Lennon, ninety'years ol age.'who liv- ed the Ilio of ;i hermit at Jackson's Corners, near Windsor, was discov- ered in a shack.'. Neighbors believe tho old man [ell'ou the'slovo; Igniting his clothing. John Ahln McLennon. who was Iho youngest conductor on'Uie Etlmonton, Dunicgan a'nd D: C.' railway, was several Cabinet the Dob slfo-13. lor Ihe .fleiioiracy. oj the the'jndividnul' soldiers -for-ih'tir.own' frcedorn.- no 'iloubl buljihal the' the bec-i !'grotindVjlown.ln the past''. They art l.iuore th'c vtctlms of "lilslpry.T. of. syi item. Ihi'ii lot lii'c'Czar. -Wetieiieve.had ihc.Gza "'been welr'adVlsefl. he wonld have, in -stiiiitccl.-" nitre- popular governmen .'durinsi'thc'early s'lagea ofjlhc wo jiut'II'takes a long lime lo chani a pystem unless under Ihc lilrCES Tfomc nnCTpected deTelopraent such a Iho present rerolutlon. Jlut the pcrjp have In demand lor theraselv thct freedom for which they are figlil Ing' wllh Ihc men' of France, of Italy, and old Ilritai-. and' that they have 10 now In Ihem (or the mojl cnrffellc prosecution of.Ihc war lhat. wlth'lhe rnmlng of tiicy Ih.; mrlier enjoy Ihe fruils of that [or r.-Mcn HIM' have fouctiL Russia (uay Tjo" to pmh Ihe war; Great Drilnin has had CbanjeiTa'lncp" Ibc "beginning of lint in Canada, -umler nogers, and a hna been s'o..wisely ad- mi'nisfertii (hat it is mojt.iinpatrlollc loi'JjilK rfarllrric'elccllon the Russian .-eahinel revolulliiilsta of Russia llut-the people Of thought It was iriitl'-Ifme to remove the bunch who affair! al Pelrograi 'the blinil. Th "of the efficieii 'usstan -In- Cariida mlgh rork .TheMgud-nioulhed Toronto New Which "tries-at-every turn lo link u iVrier .wllh Douras-'a to prove that illal'oyal to the Empire, .ellveri.itself, of Ihls one: bo danger In any 'tiealy'1-, eslabiist'lng Imperial fi-arle ircfercnces' helwcen Great Britain, Dominions, Each portion of he Kmplft.imlFl have control over Its own' We maintain protection .n.rilltL Iraporls but the Em- pire ilvej, Which' meaiia that Canada musl keep up' (he bars against Dritish gooda. Canada, musl stand atone li Ihls [mpollanl relation wllh tin ilotl'.er Country-hul it would be Irea son for Canada to own and rontro a navy of her own to bn at the ills roial o( the British Admiralty In lime ol war. kiiled at Weillock, SS.mllu north ol Edmonton whjlc breaking on a freight. He was .caught between the couplers and crushed to dedth, being killed Instantly.- He was a popular young man, his father hcing the vet eran confluctor on tho passenger run Believe -in Prepared ness? Are for Mr. is a 'Fortify your- self against cold germs and other germs :by eating Shredded Wheat Biscuit. the food that supplies the necessary warmth and strength, .to resist disease. A better ration than meat or eggs at a much cost. with milk or cream; DOMINION Og ,G AN AD A4 islue oi 5% 1st Payable al par at Ottawa, Hallfai, St John, ChirlottetowurMontrcal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Regma, Calgary, Agency of the Bank of Montreal, New York City. PRINCIPAL AND IN GOLD. A FULL HALF-YEAR'S TOE PROCEEDS OF 1917. lion nt90, The issue will Mcmpt from taxes-mclu.ding pw 7 id ,Vnt on innlication- B income lax-imiresecl in pursuarice-of folh? Parliament of Canada. The hpnda with coupons will be isaueJ in of 1100, Fully coupons will be issued in denominations of f'l" LAPLAHD ARRIVES .Vtw York, Mar. Assoclat cd Tress announces: The While Star Kr.c steamship l.aplanil arrhcJ here toflay frp'ra Llicrrool with 171 ialli May, 1017; ]5th Jtmc, 1017. The tolnl aliotment of bonds of this issue will he.limited to one hundred 'and, fifty million dollars, exclusive ;of fa tin; amount (if any) paid for hy the surrender of bonds nJa as thp .equivalent of cash undervllie terms of llic Loan'prosrKctua of 22nd Kovcmber, 1915. The instilments iris'y be paid hi full on the 16th day of April, 1917, or on iiiy instnltncnt due dale thereafter, under discount, at the' fatp" q! four per cent per annum. All payments arc to'bo niadc to a. chartered bank for the credit of the Minister of Finance-- Failure to pny any instalment whcri diie'will render previous payments Imble to forfeiture arid Iho allolmenl lo cancellation. Subscriptions, accompanied by a deposit of len per cent nf the aniouiit'subscribcd, must, be forwarded through llic medium of d'chartered bank. Any branch in Cnnadu of nny chartercil bant will receive subscriptions and issue provisional receipts. This loan ia-.autjior'ized under Act of the Fnrlinmcnl- of Canada, 'ami both jirincirml and interest, will be a charge upon ]no Consolidated Revenue Fund. Forms of sppliealion mny be obtained from n.ny branch in Canada of charlercd bank and at tlic office of nny Assistant Receiver General in Canada. Subscriptions must be for even hundreds of dollars. In cnsc of partill allotments the surplus deposit will be applied towards .pjiymcnt of the amount due on Hie April Hcrip ccrtiftcalcs, noii-negolitible or pnyablc to bearer in accordance with" the choice of the applicant for registered 'or bbmls, n'ill be issued, after allotment, in oxrhahgc for ihe prpyision.il receipts. When'the scrip certificates have been paid in full and pavnvnt endorsed trtcrcon by the bank receiving Ihe money, they may bt cxchmiRcd for when prepared, with-toiipons htUchcd, payable lo bearer or registered ns to principal. Or for fully when 1 without coM'pons, spplication. or any 'authorized multiple of Th6 bonds' will be pnid at maturity at. par at Ihe office.., of the' Mlhiiter of Finance and .Hecciver at '----i 1L 1 -lrtt'-_" if IV... .foplllf nnt "RnoMVOT llBnArAl I The interest on Hie fully rtgiatered bonds' will be t by" which will Lc remitted by poat.i on bonds wilh c'oii'pons will bo pnid on surrender of coupons. Uo.lli cheques' arid coupons, at the option of the holcjer, will bo payable free of exchange nny branch ip CSnana of any-chartered bank, or at the Agency of tyc Bant of Montreril, New York City- Subject1 ii) tiie payment of twenty-five cents (or each new bond issued, holders of fully registered bonds without coupons will have the right to convert into bonij! of denomination of with coupons, and holders of bonds with 'coupons'will the right lo convert jnto fiiily regiatercd bonds of nutliorizcd without coupons at any-time fon application to the Minister of Vinnnce. The books of Ihc loan will be kepUil the Deparliii'ent of Finance, Ottawa. v ,V l: Application will be inadc in due course; for the of the iisue qh the Montreal and Toronto Slock llceogniicil bond and stock broken hnving qjBcra.anoV carrying on Ijiisincss in Canada will bo allowed A Wrrirrtlj- sion of three-eighths of one twr cent on allotmenia 1 in respect of spplicnlions bearing their 'stamp, provided, howcvpr, that m> commission will br; allowed respect of tlio amount of any allotment paid for by of bonds issued under the War Loan of Knd November, 101S, or in respect of the amount of iny il allotment paid for by surrender of five, per cent fjebentnre, -slock maturing 1st October, 1919: No will be'allowed in respect of applications on forps which I have nol Ivcn printed by the King's Printer. LISTS Wll.t. CLOSK ON OR BEfORK THE 01-' MARCH, 1917. or Fisisct, OniWi, 12tb, 1917. ;