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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH 2R, 1917. TUP, PARE ELEVEN PROMINENT SPEAKS. i- Mine Nurtn la Caimdi tad wheri Snf Ibe Same. Oat, "Ileing ti' nunw have liud occasion U> use Dr. Fnvorilo I'dwiip- tion quilo n lot. fllwftya rccommmd it to sty patient end U has bccu i wonderful help tc iniuiy o( them. never knew or l O where it failed. a palicDl ivlro U using il i now mid tlic ll doing fine filncc (ok- inc il. 1 have ilmonlon, March jriio munctp- nl law cbn'itnlltoo of tho Icglulaturc [his morning dcellnoJ lo approve an niJienJuicnt to tlio city of Calvary wlilcli would liavc ciialjled tho auihorltlea to noil ccrtlll- tates of dciUnqufeiicy for taxes In nr- CLjllioni, Out. TIIAT WEAK. HACK compnnLnl by pnin liero tmd p ium uuil on a motion of Attorney OiiLTal Cro33j seconded -by Hon. Wllfrkl Uarleny tJib clauad waa re- jcctcrl. The city was Blvcn power lo rcaJJuaL It? QiJBessmcal on auMyJUR bnda and tlie cliy (umurll also empowered to coin- Itroinlao arrears of taxes on suck GERMANS CLAIM VICTORY ricrlln, March (By wtrc- An cnyaKemenL with Iho UrlUah today near Crols- ellCB, NorilicaBt ot IlQpaumc, resulted favorably to tlie Cior- mans, Ibo army lieadfiuariers in lonlElil'n BU> plomcnlary report. v v .....JB. Permission was given Iho clly council lo lako n plebiscite on" Ilia _________ ___r.. bo [ftlnt Biwlh, chilU or are rignata of clbtrrai fur a womui. She may fee growing from girlhood into womanhood from womanhood to mother- later guffcriaz during inidclla life, which leaves "EG mimy of question of a -hall holiday, oacli At cny or nil of thraa pulodi Jt Is.slatcrt. llipl.n Mho section may I of i woman's liffvaliQ Ehoulil take a tonio ho abided Lo llic-chnrlor ol the nlly o and nemne prescribed for jiuitaucli ciua Edmonton. The subject was brought) by a physician o( vast experience in Ibe before ilie.commlUce by a deputation diee.iica from which women Ruftfr. representing tlic rclnll grocers anil Dt. Hrrec'a favorite i'rcscriplion employees of filorca In [he jonlhcrn successfully the pait clly and Alderman Klnnay ot Edition- 60 years (.nan any oilier known remedy, president ot the Alberto Fed- ll can-now lie had in lablet oration of laljor. Prior (o walling up- form 0.1 well BS in the liquid. Sold by on the commlllne the dclcRnUon harl medicine dealers or trial box by mail on seen I'rcmlcr Sttloti and other niern- fcceipt of 60 ccnta in slumps. Dt, ijrra of the government, The premier London, Mnr Australian, government has told Ajislrallii's out- put of base materials for a decatlo lo (ircal Britain, tayt, an KxchanfiC Tolofiraiili dispatch from Melbourne j today. of pounds Stirling arc IE2 MI LA PHONE 1224- Mlas Grctta Gould of Calvary, ancnl ,hc weekend with Mrs. F. 1'. Cony- x-are, Mr, and Mrs. A. Wilkinson left this afternoon lo visit relatives In I06 Hulh Neville of Mountain View Is convalescing at Hit- Vau llaarlimi hounUal. Mra. ll. G. Clarke and liltle dough- lor, liavo rclurnci! rnjii Cull tot jh, where they tpcnl IJjree mojjiiia, Mr, and Mra. Itfiymond Knlghl u[ lluymonrl. Alia., art- guests at the I'm- H-er lor a few Telegram. On Mtiiciv at MeUrcKir, Mauw] Mr. J. T. lllcklc mil Mr.-. Me- C.'alluin. both o[ IxUhbrltluc, ut-ie un- Jlrs. A. J, Rogers islll like uti their resldtiico here. I A (julfit ucddliij; on Monday afternoon al the lirldo's homo C2D street north, when Itev. J. Francis uillcd In marriage In this a' thimble tea In honor or her guest .Mra. Hose of Calgary Tho fiunuearna will Rivet :in cven- of plays on nif.lil, I3ih; tho iiioccctls for a fund to Pierce. Invflli'Ir1 DuJTalo, N. Y. PelJcta clear Lbi vuiiulcxinn. iie'i hlVnjelf sympalhetlc" to the Q) i for the largo centres of population In "jllio 'province hut as he Indicated thai I nothing cbuld he done In Iho way or eslsbllon this ncaalon he advlseil the putallon to have Ihe change made n Ihe city charter. Delanys Limited The Home of-Quality Meals NOTHING BUT SOUTHERN ALDERTA RAISED MEATS HANDLED Calgary. March T. Crothers, minister of labor, slatod at noon today lhat "Ihe comnitLU'o nolntcd by Uic ml no oiieralor-i and the men were still In session and.waa lively (o be for some time, Conatdera- llon d contracl ratca to be natil Uic miners under Iho new agreement was i An IHuitralcd evcnlDB jindor Iho uuaplces of Iho Wesley li'.blc .ichcjnl IB HB given In Wesley cliurch to'ilt'il pt S u'clock when a will he luken tliroupli Iho Holy where oi'etits are occuirlug days. couple. Mr. and Mru. wjll niwhe thglr licmo In J ___ MADE FIRE BOMRS ON GERMAN LINER EiatcuieiU adnillled In evidence in federal couvt In-the new hcadfiuarlcra. Klks IL was decided to bo'.d a Hag wUllI.n C rlv tn Mav. A .loni-.tlnn oi .morcliauL liner tied up al Hobo tcrdny In- tho new huinl'iijarlcre, Elks Day early voted (o HID European War Vet- erans' Association, t A meeting of all- interested, in Hie' Children's Aid Society work will be aken up by Ibc committed this morn- Ing. The committee la gradually working around and those In held tomorrow at 8.30 In the Y.M.C.A. louch with the situation arc nol A. M- MacDonald, suyerlnto idenL of 'out hope that a satisfactory conclus- tlepenilent aaii delinquent cliHdrrn In Ottawa, Mar. Ihla niorninj; wllh regard lo the cabled atcmoit o( J. L. jracl'lieraon, Brlt- Isli uiiiler-secretary (or war lo Uic Ef- fect that wol canteens had been in- troduced Inlo the Canadian minps In England at the instigation of the Can- ndlnn authorities, P. D. McCurdy, par- ll-jiuo Hurv under Bccrclnry of militia. staled that light tecr had Iiccn per- milled In Canadian camps, lo Iho besl of his knowledge, Bluce the days of fieneral Alderson's commanil of the Canadian troops. At the outset dry canteens Tvero cn- i forced In Ihe Cmadian camps in Eng land. Ll Is claimed hero however that no attempt was made by the Brit' "isli authorities' to close down or elfl ctenlly control the numerous "pubs' In Ihe vicinity of (be camps, where i .Hie men secured in many cases an inferior hard liquor. accouTil, It is claimed, lighl beer wns permit-' Led In lhc Canadian canteens and is El ill permitted. Tufi dcctaion was reached R3 'a. re- sult of lhc conditions above mention- ed- Tho aulborlties here claim that they would like to make Ihc camps entirely dry, hul llnl long as pub- lic houses are vcrmiltcd ia the vicin- ity, Ihl3 is Impracticable. on will eventually be reached, lion. ilr. Crolhcra has taken no parL'-ln ipgoUalions Saturday.-" Hon', Arthur Metgheri, who arrived Erbni ho -north yeatcrday .afternoon, left or the coast last night. With Aid of German-born Am- ericans Kaiser Hopes (o Ef- fect a "biiided America" (riy. Carl W. Ackernian, United Ilia province, will adcircs3 thu meet- ing and re-organize the society, was rcccivEd by frieniia in the-'city. of..Iba death a few Jays o[ >Mrs. D. P. Irvl ig -of Vcrnon, l'.B.I.r jlllucsa of iloublo pncn- Mre; Irving Icivca a large family. Including J. Irvlnt, of Iho offic- es here and 'afterwards Y.M.C.A. sec- rclarj' at The laic Mlaa i Elizabeth' 'recently lady prin- cipal of Alberta College, was a duugU- Bulletin. The S.Vof'Wesley church will mccl tomorrow afternoon al In Uie'church parlors.. A attcnd- anceUs requested''aE. there is apcclal "tniBlnej3B: to- come up. The delegate.-for the-branch meeting is lo, THANKS FROM CANADA Ottawa, ejcellaticy tho Dnko of Devonshire has cabled "Welter Hume Loug, secretary of itato for the colonies, thanking the Ininorlal tovcrnmonL for its decision to provide Interment In single- gravea for Dominion offfcera and man dying In the old country-. Prasa correspondent at who quiz rcliirncrt to York -with.-Ambas-i New York, Mar ready'to figliL the United Stales-i-noti America. When. war. conies Germany counts! upon-ihe support of .Mexlop. Germany" expects the aid of Germans anil certain- uerman'born Americans here in car-. rying nut plans for the fleslrnclloa of-, American .proiicrly, G'er'minv believes; disloyal'Americans and Pacifists'will; suc'cccd' In treating so rauch''discon-, tent with war (hat the United States' be seriously hamper- ed in its war plais. A "divided Am- Is Germany's hope. Janice Gerard warned upon Ms arrival in New York Lliat the U. S. be anrolntrd anJ thero .will also he n >a'L lu'e So oa to be euro of uni- formly good Oranges, otk for Suiiklst, and have them delivered In the original tissue wrappers. Phono your dealer. Spnkist Uniformly Good Oranges AIL NAlHfUL HINDIS D. C., Mar ilerB were Issued today by Ihe war dc- parlmcnl calling nil national guard units which partially cleraobltlzcd back Into the Icflcral sen-ice. You may want to change your automobile, or your piano, or even your home- but you will never want to change the COFFEE, when once you taste the delectable flavour of Chase Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. yt. 1 and 2 pound Una. line ground for Percolators. Never sold In bulk. 182 The Foot Toggery's Well-fitted Shoes Arc The Foundation of Good Dress AVOID THE LOSS AND DISAPPOINTMENT THAT FOLLOW A POORty FITTED ILL CHOSEN STYLE BY MAKING YOUR SELECTIONS FROM OUR "UP-TO-THE-MINUTE" STOCK. W. J. NELSON CO. on Hie verge ot war, and Gcurd hnoivs. The former ombasEador has followed Germany's intrigues and pre- parations far ever since the ainh- iig of the Lusllanla. Henry Morgenthau. former American ambas- sador to T.urtcsy, pa'sed through Ler- lin en roulo lo Ihe U. S., he con- ferred wild ZlrnmcrniQi; who was then secretary of elale- Spics Advised Zimmerman During Ihe course ot cno of their conversations Zinimerman' snlii Ihe U. S. would never go to war willi Germany "because Ihe German-Ameri- cans would revolt" ami told other Am- Tican officials that would not ic able lo bring tlie U- R. lo Ihe brink if war because "Ihe German-Amori-. ans were loo powerful." Zimmerman was not making these statements npoii ils own Aulliorlly. He was being pri- advised Inroiiuh the German system and hy German-American envoys who like Walter Nicb.ulir ot Ills., came to Berlin to re- 'ort on progress Hie Germau-Amcrl- mnliing here jiolilics and n congress. Zimmerman was so dead] sure he waa right In expecting a IargG portion of German-Americans to be disloyal lhal during a conversation' witli Gerard he said Ibal he believed j Wilson was 6nly bluffing in his sub-i marine foltcy. Naval officers discussed plans for1 arming ailicd ships sailing from Am-; crlcnn ports. One of Lbcsc men was i an escaped officer of an Interned liner 1 al News. Thai aftcrnooD I told Gerard what I had hcanl. Ceraril! was furious. "Go tell bo said, "for God'a sftke to leave Am- erica alone. 1C he keeps thfs up he will drag us Inlo Iho war. The U. S. will not aland this thing Indefinite- ly." Gorman reservists have been lipped oft to be ready tn go to Mexi- co upon B moment's notice. German financial interests hcgnii [r, purchase banks, farms and mines in Mexico. In the belief of Americans who came from llerlin aCicr diploma- He rclaliona were broken, Germany Is prorated to the limit" In Mexico as Boon as war ts declared. SHERLOCK BLOCK. ALBERTA WOMEN Sbap WHAT ARE YOU DOING Sonic women figure that Royal Crown Soup Coupons save them 50% of the soap bill, hut- in any event MIRV ure realizing more keenly'today llian ever before, .Uiat; Itoyal Crown Soap not only gives them full vnliie as soapf bnt that the coupons arc very valu- able as well and that it is here that "Uic extra value is found. If we have any article In our list of premiums that you need In the haute, it pays you to get it with Royal Crown Soap coupons. If you send all coupons you get the premium for. nothing or if you prefer to send part cash and part coupons then you obtain the article at than cost and save sometimes as high as 5 times the amount of caah you send In. We guarantee our Premiums. If for any reason you are not satisfied with the premium re- ceived you may return It to us within two days and'we will send you any other article at your" choice. Our premiums are first class. If they were not we could not afford to guarantee them. l WHITE FOR FREE PREMIUM CATALOGUE The Royal Crown Soaps, Ltd., Calgary .ornmg for Thursday, on Sale 9 to 12 Only AT THE UBAY" ALT, WOOL INDKJO NAVY I5IAJE SEKGF, 100 yards. 12 Inches wMo. Ilr'fjulir QO Special morning itrtcc. yanl........................ No pliono orders. Ltmlt S yanls to one customer. WHITK MUSLTX'COMKIXATIONS Allovcr KmbroMcroil. Splemllil quality. J1.50. Moriilng sped i) I 98c JiOYS' ULOOMKR TAXTS. lit useful colora. Twccdn and wursleds, Regular QA ?1.GO. Thursday morning, nalr'.................... JIEX'S UUr.UEl? SOLED UKESS SHOES. In blucher or ImLLon style. Wide Ilttlng nnd block loo. A splendid ehoe that will wear nndjjlYC the licat ol Ecrvluc, Thuraduy morning, your choice, pair 14-1 KXTRNSIOiV KODS. Vi'ilh silver ends, extend to Tii Inches, ivllh bracket a complete. Hctrular 35 ceuls each, Thursday morning only. 3 for Xot more than sti to one customer. No irtioue orders. News m Grocery Department for. Thursday Cream Custard, Vanilla, Lemon and Standard. Regular 25c. Special per tin 19c 25c lOc Dutch Rusks (or the Pkg........___ Silver Gloss Starch. Special, 2 pkgE. for Canada Corn Starch. Per pkg.............. Lowiiey's Chocolate, 'O O Ib. cnkes'. Special, cake.. Cocoa, Ib. ij p tins. Special, tin 15c SOc 50c 23c 35c Carton's Custard. Assort- ed. Special, 2 pkgs. Instant PtJslum, Per .tin 30c and Svjifl's While Laundry Soap, 11 for Quaker Oats. Special, pDr phg. Cleaned Currants. 2 pkgs. for............ Hudson s Bay Co. MytiljpiKUfM %U RSfcttVSjFAM ILY HENNESMWILSON Ilennn's Auto Livery 24 Hour-Service i Capable Driver Phone 1312 Dillji Hotel REMEMBER THE SAILORS AUCTION SALE WADDTNflTON'S AUCTION ROOMS S. 0. E. BUILDING On FRIDAY NEXT, MARCH 30th AT 10.30 AND P.M. RED CROSS NOTES Kitty more workers nre needed for Red Cross work at lhc Kcd Cress irooma on Rml cvcrr AYcrt- ncsdny thereafter. Splendid work being done hy (he local branch 1 In order lo keep lhc shipments un to required amount more workers l..e neptlcd. A comforter lo to quilted has beiin prepared for Weil J ncartay'g FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND WITHOUT RESERVE A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects Including UXBRIDGE PIANOFORTE In walnut case in splendid order; fumed oak buffet and dining table; four fumed oak dining chnira; laroc solid oaV rocker with leather seat; mission oak rocker; mahogany secretaire; Den table in fumed oak; splendid kitchen cabinet; occasional tables and chairs; heavy Ijrsss niount-d bed with fine quality spiral springs and Ostermoor m Mi- re ss; seven dressers and stands In oak and mahogany; chiffonier; Empire refrigeralorj four kitchen ranges, Great Majestic In new condition, Wascana, peninsular snd Hero; oil healer and a big assortment of kitchen utensils and sundries'Including water motor washing machine. TERMS CASH Goods on View Thunday and Evening. Avctfen Rooms Phone 770 Auctioneer's 469 Your Candies at the Candy Co. Store in the K. R Block on Saturday A InrgD percentage .will be .given toward Sailors' lie-lid Fund. The candies fresh ;iml you nay HO more than at oilier places so help the cause. The Lethbridge Candy Company K. P. BUILDING Home cooUiiiff sale commences al three o'clock in K. P. Hall. Afternoon tea and good nuisfcal program. fm'gcl it. I I I ;