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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE'FOUH tin? i.r.TimntDOB "oAn.T .'oollverea. per delivered, per ycnr Dmllx. mall, per year .Weekly, by nmll, per year by mill, per year lo TELEPHONES BuElneM office Offlce W. Al Buchjnsn President and Jolm Torrar.ce, an 'Director. nuslncss Manager. Pitas of pcar dr'ly ot address pcar r .lice of papers alter oiplratlot date I> car aulnnrlly to conllmis jutucrlp- lion. tiio quality, ot lliclr herds. nut no llmo should' be lost In rerroiiiteliiK wlinl lias been dono ea far. The or- gaulzotloir bf breeders' organizations uld bo umlertaVrn. I'lans for hold- Inp 'rat' stock 'should. lip' Tlio summer falr'-stioulJ lo revived. No opportunity eliould bo lei Pltp to help out liie stot-kyarda liere, build (horn up nnrt create n market In f.olh- urldso ior Ihc live sloclt products of our larnitjrs. Tlio Hoard o( Trarlo anil every other oreaiilzallon In-ijic should -light for Ihc r-stabllsh- .of llvo stock markets here. It Is a natural .market and will) proper packing concein will Epon come nlone and erect n plant. It will nol lie long leloro our ive' Block Imsliipss will vlo with our grain business. l.ct us'lbso no oppor- to help II Itemcmbor ilial In wholol err llirough. outli Ihc south was for .mixed farm PICKED UP PASSINGS meul. Vcur King and Country need clBht now' THE PROGRESS OF THE TKc Germans are fndtns In Ins difficulty In estatillshtnB.aiii like n rrrmanent defence line ngalllEl llie continued allied odvanco lu tulilre, Krance. Tlicy are nulto evidently be- ing. farmers liave llie money to lakn uii mUed farmlne. AVe cannol do loo much to help nnil cn- couraee tlieui now Ibat Ihey liavo made a ;lni. U f. Archibald has been'muwluted rlly clerk ol ffortli Vancouver. F- UraKcnian Thos. Frcclano, of Cob- ilcn, was killed In a railroad wreck west of Pembroke-. llev. W. 1. llindlev. of Winnipeg, will return to Siwka'no end go Into siness. Tlio fivo-tenl cigar Is threatened' wltli extinction. Tobacco 'dealers an- nounce that (ho Increased cost ot production will nrohlblt nickel cigars. Miss Helen lluilies, bonkkoeper for n Windsor firm, was falilly Injured by being hit by an lulomobllo while w'nltliiE (or a. strcei car In Detroit. Hon. Arthur Melshen al Trlnte Al- bert. said Itinl conscription would bo certain In Canada in case of teal dan- STANDS FOR A WESTERN POLICY A new Ixieiv'a thoalro Is to bo cd al llnmlltoii ol a cost of Tho A. U. Mcl.clan, f'otuer New left csltto vnlued. Hi Mary Manach, five years old, was drowned In a small stream near her home In [ngersoll. Tlia flra wblch tho .res- France advglice .Its clocks one Tho neelna Posl, which succeeded the ileglna as Iho only Con- servative dally Ill Saskatchewan's canllal, now declares that In tlio It will pursue an entirely in- hour ahead on 21 as a means taurant of. P, o! Clirlslopliti, Ilsmll- lon, Is being probed by Dopuly I'lre Marshal Lewis, Quo of I tie best known on Ayrshire cilllo In Canada, In tho per- son pt Panlcl pruniniond, died at bis liome in OUnw'a. Sub, I.leut. '.V. R. oiiver, son of Wiu. Oliver, proprietor ,of tho IlinVrlcw stono nuarrK's. was accidentally killed al Dover, Ens. Tlicro Is considerable talk of the establishment' of 'n new Liberal even- inc huatleil back faster anil farther Ihon they anticipated, and have been fiiven no lime lo [ullj- prepare llielr rambrai-Lafcre lino for defence. The villages moot recently captured by the allies aro vilally Importanl to lha nsrruans In this new defence line, arid tlicy are makins strenuous attempts lo retake them but without success anil wllli sreal loss in men. The Brit- ilepenilent course. It has aniionnceJ (he measures for which It stanils end .the i: amongst them are ihese: falfly allo- gelhcr "JbVariJs id Winning lha war, the construction and main- tenance ot good roads, (he improve- rural schools, promoting the use of tho -English laiisuage by foreigners, rural credit for (he farmer, pensions (6r Soldiers, securing con- trol by the Province over all natural resources Tfllhln II: area, the fran- chise .for and tOTjn then thcs Cambrai, and 'j tho Frenctrrcontinuti jof free IrKdo -In their advances 'la the Lafere free'j'rade'in farm implements, Increasing danger of vasion of Russia .Is emphas1 .peals by the nev.- republican goverji- inenl of Russia to the people and luc soldiers, appealing lo them to stand nehind the jovernmeut and continue the war until German power Is crush- od. The success ol the Germans would meau Ibis rMstabltshment: of the Romanoff dynasty. Tho Russians continue to make i progress in Persia, but on the Russian front, the Germans have gained some local successes. 'German aid jn.milling arii-'pack- In Dominion legislation THE SUCCESS OF THE WAR 'Canada's loan" -trorcV- tha Iliefe Is-ffirsitcJcefilns Irf-lLe 'dele; minfifon-ot'tills.Ttomiriiori cmf financial resources' into lo win the Var.: This Ijan.Traa-better sup- ported'tbari the two pfcvlouEly placed before .Ihe people.-- We'may Ihink sometimes that interest In the war as waning mil It is'jusl_suchVllinE as of a bll lion "dollars_by that proves Canada ia ElJll [hint- ing.about tbe.war find wants lo help all that il possibly can. And r'emem'. her, money helps, loo. II feeds an! clothes It provides them with guns and am- Canada's Minister of finance should he proud of. the success of tfce loan. I] ill's success is proof aiso of the'fatlh 'of Ihc people In Sir Thomas While, ,He Is or.e Cabinet Minisler who has liigone IhrouEh the war so far with, an Enhanced rjputation. ilia" businWs -'has 'hc'en Ihe raising of 'money io .carry Canada through the war and I p he has performed his part well. Tt's. a iiilv thai he can't keep closer super vision over Ihe expenditure of toe money.- -If. he.cauld. hf lo 'supplement Provincial prohibition of lha liquor traffic. The Post couldn't continua lo sup- port the Conservative parly when thai parly Was on record as opposed to, free ivhc-at.and free -aEricullural Implements. The Is coins to lie .VEstern paper, supporting a west- ern iiid'cy.' It .could not. follow such a course nud consistently support tha Conservative parly, for the-Conscrv'a- llvo policy Is entirely out of sym- pathy with llie West. .-The Post's tariff pronouncement we ri'uoie In' believe in free wheat. ..We be llere ihe changed economic condi (ions'brought about bj- ihe war make necessary. We believe tha in the United Slates lies au immense market for our h wheat, from which the farmers are wrongfully shut out. lour aueJll -t u of saTlni dayllsht, Italy will do Ing paver H, Ot awn to occupj same on April J- In Italy Ibo decree will be Iil-.etfec( (111 Oct. 1. Four hundred high school pupils at Ilarrisbure. Pa., refucEil lo sine one of tho school songs because it was set lo Inno of Germany's national air, ''Die Wachl am Hhcin." Hugh McMillan, prominent In pub tic affairs In Slurmoiii, died al his home in the township qf Finch. He hud been warden ot the counties of Elormonl, Dsadaa and Glengarry. Thirteen loromolives which were used oil the construction of Ihe new Wetland Sliip 'canal, have been se- cured by the Dominion government for shipment to France. James It. McCqTiiicll. an American aviator with Is reported as having falleii-lnslda'tlio German lines. He was hut lived in Nsw York.; ._ Tho United Slates navy department. Is engaging for. coast reserve work, and also women for clerical military work: The wages ot Ihe nurses will bn 550 per month, while tho women clerk's, will-draw A plot to release General Gomez, leader of Hie Cuban rebels, recently place by Iho absorption of the Freo Press by (lie. Journal Co. P.CV. A. E. Owen, U..V. of While- vale. Toronlo t'o'nrercnre, lias been given an unanimous (nvltallon lo tho pastorale of Fleshcitou Metliodlsl church. The Oanndlan Son will undertake lo sen llml all available laud within its limits shall be cultivated, and arranging io purchase seed for the citizens at cost. Beilcvilla lioard of education reiiuesled Iho principals ol all schools to nscertntn Ihc numlior of pupils who are willing lo cultivate veget- able gardens during the summer nev. W. II. Wray Doyle.'paslor of the Woodward Avenue Presbyterian church, Detroit, once paslcir of church, Out, has accept- ed the call sent him by Uie Central Presbyterian cliurch ol Denver, Col. Forestry nxp'eris loiu ihu conserva- tion committees al Albany that Ihc from eight HaynionA'Mnr. conceit given here by [.elhbrjdgc. tol ent last Friday cvoiiIiiK wns wllliou doubl ono'of the raro treats of- the season. Not only was It n Eurccs: from an artlflllc Btimtpolnl, but I the Itcil Croaa n substanlla Bum. Thu nunibore woro prnclicall all selcctcil from Ibo Lelhbrlclso ward nt tlio Mormon church with the ex caption of two numbers from Ray tnond anil tlio dances contributed by fyles Allree, The ilanclnx of tills lilenled lady met with Instantaneous cordial favor. She was given a well deserved ovation. Special men lion must bo ni'-ilo of tlio clever ilanc ng of tllshop Grced'e llllla chLUlren and'tha dalnly solo dancer of little Kathleen Gordon, who la a promising pupil in tho realm of tho light funlosllc Tlio closing numbers, "The Ileces aiij "IMUlu ami Her in which Mra.-n. J. Uordon and Mrs p. II. Elton prominently figurci brought to an approprlnto ending, a lilBhly menl. pleasant evening's rntorlnln ALL OFFICERS OF, 191SI i The dispatch from Calgary onMon rtay, announcing thai 12 officers of II 191st had dismissed tie being n longer Is Incorrect, accort Ing -to an officer of HID regiment, tl fact being thai all of llie remaining o fleers of Ihe regiment, 21 In immbc havo been dismissed. Tbc balan of Ihe men about are going ove captured and [alien, lias been discnv. crcd. aiid a number b'f-arrests maile. yonhs woman who carried messages concealed In sandKlches, lo Gomez in prison. Slajor W. E.'Outlitt. who lias been in charge. ot caileU in military dis- Irict No. 13. for some very consider- able time, lias owing In failing been Rranlfd sli inonlhs1 leavn from the rirsrof'ncxl'mqnlli. He purposei entering a convalescent home In the east during this''period. Benjamin' 'siernberg who admitted in ot the believe that all 'llie things go to make up the cost of pro- ilucllbn grain in Saskatchewan-- aEricullu'ral piachincry. binder twine, and be admllled to without tha Impcsilion of 'customs duties, to the end that proiiucllon costs may be lightened." "This sentiment of the Posl .on '.he woman on Ihe day of. he'f. death, ha been formally charged with tho milr der ot Mrs. Elsie Cavan Tlilalr. who was found strangled and her jewel Etolen. In a bedroom ol the Holel Mar New Al the meeilnE of Ihe.'eicdulive o Trmimings All, wool in the-latest attractive shades and patterns. The foundation (ca'ri- vas and haircloth) is j( i i s.hrunH-: eh; fare using. Fine sub- stantial linings. Hand tailored in. all the vital parts.' Silk thread is used (through- out. Famous designers fashion the models. Here of remtik- 'v able value, covered by a guarantee that makes you sure your money's safe. Visit our store. V Suits, Twenty-five to Forty 'Dollars1 GRiEIGHTON BROS. ioMcr, G04 Sj- V.lao 1ZG Eighth seas In draft, been disbanded. Tho roglrneiil tiaa "considerably less It has been. waste than there STOCK INDUSTRY [GETS GREAT IMPETUS HERE. Southern (Alberta's live slocfc Indus try Is Increasing at an amazing rate, furnishing one of tho' most hopeful signs possible for the future pros1 penly.or.the country. One more goptl i. Erain.crgp with jth? iDrtusliT will csUbliahcrl In Eouth- 1 .iim Alberta, onia more solM fooling of ni bo'-mc a1 During the the influx ot- jnire> brcri Lptinrk. ins been lha snLJecl of .to-n i mehl with-'llve slock men the'-Doraln J lpnJOT6r-" vFull WooJed' horses, "cattle and swifie hare come Inlo LcVh for distribution from here .lo the value of Lund reds o[ thousand tarifTj ,ia really, the serAlmcnt, ol of'the people'n[ (he Weal. .The West mnat send Ottawa who will slanr! solidly by the needs of .the .West, irrespective of party. Only then can TCB to gel what-we want We should be able-tq force Eomc parly to hc-ed and act upon our demands. The-Conser Talire rpflr.ty Is the There is no-hope The Liberal party is'sympaLlieliq Inward tflnff rerorm. It was delealed in 191 pi'heq it made an effort to provld larger markets [or the West. IL 1 on record today, the entire Llbera representation In the Housa'ol COTE farcr ot-free. wheat, fre (rapleraenta General reducllo K the '-Liberal part shoultl come lo power U must cnrr ou( IU policy. 1C It doesn'l il can'l Ihe National I Ottawa, a report by Mlsa Honslancc loulton of Toronto, favoring military ml; nnVal in' Public. choolc, was Tigoro'usly oppbse'i] by Irs. Adam Shorll, OUawn, who hampioned phyilcal training for boys nd girls. Sir I-esIle P. FalWner Is dead in Entlaml. Horn in 1S6S. he Becceeiled hif falhcr, the 'baronet, in 1853 ;ie bad been slcwanl lo tho Marquess of Eieler for years. He was twice married, and by his seconi wife a granndaughler ol. Ihe Ihln Lord Bbllbll. leaves lliree sons.and a daughter; Ihe eldest soil. Terence who succeeds bim. is 13 years of while pine blister, imported Germany on curranl bushes cars age, v.-as destroying thousands f pine Irees. John Dnlan. a machinist, esien in Nnw'Vork rlly anil conies- pd to robbing .rooms ill a. number f Iho leading hotels, lie had uvnr GO room keys In. his .possession. TLc- first rnsuallles'smon? Iho Cana- lians_who have pnl'lsied. in Ihc BrN Ish navv afp announcetl. -Alex. G lell, Trhose of kin is.Illchart ilell, ot Ont., lias been slightly wounded.'' Mrs.' William" 07' years olrl who resided at Jobe3 Falls, thre miles from Owen Sound, was fonnc by neighbors. She wns In lie night attire, hncelln.? lieslde ber bei Her.face and neck were'badlv bruis ed LV.trc was blood upon' Hi Boor. Her death will be investigated.1 Col. S. J. Donaldson. 5I.P., haa re- turned lo frince Albert, he rc-i cruiled the ISSth Ilallaliori last.year. Col- Donaldson recently returned, from Sweep out the poisons! The large, intestine is the seat of many distressing ail- ments, the prolific producer of poisons that impair all functions of the body. Keep it clean and healthy by eating the right kind of foods. Cut out the drug No need of pills oils or b ran cakes England, and has received 'a'uilmriza- ioti to recruit 330 jnoro in PrincB Albert and district forceraenls for a battalion no .In France. -The archbishops anil bishop's of Ontario vrill holtl another CQnqlavc in Ottawa, c-iTlj in May, when il is ex jiecteJ that some rtcdnltn unflerElancl- can eat Shredd- ed Wheat Biscuit, a 'food that'ctmLaiua'eui tho material fieeded for building healthy tissue and at the same time supplies enoughi bran to gently stimulate peristalsis, thus keeping the bowels healthy and active; Try it for breakfast with hot milk, stewed prunes, or sliced bananas, Made in Canada be Offercd for Sale by Public Auction Al (lie Lcthbi'klgc Bale anij Feed IJani. vOn THURSDAY, MARCH 29th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. THE FOLLOWING 1 team Clyde Mares, 1 and 8 year, .weight .SfrpO, 1 team Gcldlnfl5r'6 and 7.yMfS old, WBlgM 310p Ibt- "1 Bay years old, welflht Ibs., 1 eay.'Geldlng, 8 years old, welrjht 1400 r team Ctyde Marcs, 4 and 6 years old, weight 2BOO Ibs. 1 Black team Marei, 5 arid 6 years old, welghf-aWO lbt- '1 Black team Mares, 7 and B years jiSOO 1 Bay Gelding, 7 old, weight' 1400 Ibn. 1 Grey Mare, 11 years 15DO Ibs. 1 Bay Mare, 6 yearn otd, In'foal, weigril'1300 Jfai. >-V old, weight 1100 Ibs. -_ _ HORSES IN GOOD AND ALL BROKEN TO WORK. GOOD GRADE. 1 1SO Ibi., broke single or double. 1 bay aeldlnj, 6 yean old, weight 1150 Ibr, broke.iingle or double. IB Choice Holstein. cowl, ages 4 to 8 year's.; Some fresh .and isorne due io be fresh, t 7 choice riling 2 ytarj old- l. 7 -choice -Heifer ealvei. These cattle are dairy itock. 30 htad'of 1 and; 2 years In good condition. About 30 head of grjde cows' and hclfors, ages from 1 to 8 yrs. I double bugoy, pole and ihafts. V Ml of drlvlhB'tiamess. OWNER HAS RENTED FARM THE REASON FOR SE TERMS CASH J- A. SMITH, -'Auctioneer ing lie reached reEardinnV the French or Ijilingual schonls.'WTielhcr the Catholic layracn will cqiicnr in thn rconcluEions of Ihc hierarchy-, or olherwlsc, remains lo be seen. On lop of tlie refusal of Atlanllc Clly bonllaces lo per'mil dogs in Iheir. holels, comes Mayor Dacharach's proclamation thai all flogs must be muzzled for sis months. The women With eight ilpaths and 150 .underLtenDunce the-rnayor'a treatment, some of whom win prob-jas "barbarous" and are .talking or depend upon Ihe supporl of a western Liberal. With the western Liberal candidates II is now a selllcd policy, the need of Qrst and fore oil, -the parly interest secondary. Tpe TlegiTia Posl Is c-imply voicing eatern'senlinieit' and when western cntlmEnl' IfiriquIded-liHo .cqncrelc ably die, Ihe toVn o( GalesTllle, Wis- consin, is passing through an epi- demic o[ senile sore Ihroal. rausert il Is supposed from nh infected milk In Eoroe houses every mem- Many will and others 1 be crippled for Yale lias received llie larseal buiMirig gift ever nreacntcd lo Ihc unlTcrslly In Ihe orTer by Mrs tier of tho family is ill. die. the physicians Bay, making a "urolcEl parade'.1 down the boardwalk wilh Iheir dogs carfytrie placards. Mrs. Georjre Lount Pearson, of JosfDli Hartman, represent- ed Xorth York In Ihe provincial semblies of ISS1. 1SS< and 1S5S, died al her home in Clarksburg, Ont. Mie was nir.i-ry.fonrlh year. t anil until her death Bhc relained K vivid recollection of her husband's Ilgh1- for I pi dollars. or Ihcae Imporlallona o ipcw and pure blood la going lo stam jtanlf on Ihe Blocfe tuniert oft ou Ifranges Tor all lime. Money In Ih j'-pocltets' of our farmers Las resulted I-in their selecting high class stock (o -purposes, Tshlch In the niarch o( events Iher won been unable lo purchaso to come. The result li'lhal Ij.broid fonndalion on the right Ilr been laid. There will bo more in the breeding of slor-k he- cause ot .Influx of blooded apl- Dials. .Good Block compels Interest. It will be a year or Iwo probably the counti-y begins lo reap the benefits accnilng from the faraigliteil- ipressibu "goverhriicnls ill Jiive" IcT'act or be "over- of power wll a i rrecl' dormllorles for COO students, memory of Charles W. Harkncss. on of lira. TIarkiiess, of the class nf SS.l. who died' May- 1, Mr. C. B. Rcllly of Cii borri Quebeclcer, Is gol fTT a-halive to partlci Stephen V. Uarkness of.more than I secularization of the clergy reserves 1000 COO. The rnonRy wllf be spcnl nml of cvcnU In Ihe early history of yort county. Several prominent'" Sodallsts mcl at Ncv atirl .after Ggnlnst the action ol the" oarty's ex- ecutive-In lasinnE n manlfcalo ''pur- r-orllng lo "cinress Iho parly's lion about the threatened war be tween the Unilccl Slalcs and Her many" resolullons Preslrlen'. Wllson'a uiid nlcdg- In hla will left ale. Julius JlpEcriweld, president ot earn, Roebuck Co.; Chicago, ad- iscd thi; American1 --Tc-wish "IlelEcf cmmlilce that hVirgilld eonlrilmte pate In-a blp repniillne cam pa lien In Quebec, tie Is the Liberal candidate for the I Ions c of Commons m Ea Calory. Will Ihe Calgary klpdly mention this facl, for lo rea its columns one would Imagine Liber ala vere nol'loing lo help iccruitln In Quebec. The P. G. "K. nGvcIonrncnL Compan purchased land Jor seven dollars acre and sold tl In the P. O. K. composed ol Ihc samo per acre. The lunrla were pr vldcd. Ijy tte province. Who ealrl Ih opporlunltln for Kasy Money in Url-1 Columbia 100.000 lor each' 5t.000.000 collected Ing Ihelr support lo Iho country. ty the comnllllee .In Its campaign lo alse ny June 1 for thci A real benefit of Jews suffering from Iho baby, bora Iwtnly yedrs ago, which war. In announcinE his gift, a few weeks old; la: shown may amount to and is re- Times. And no ported to be Ihe'largesl Individual! subscription ever made to a public philanthropic fund. Mt. Hosenwalrl said JcTclFh ram, women And children In Europe nnd Asia were dying ot starvation. Dy Ihc formation ot the Farmers' rrogrcsslve company al Canota. Sask., the will enter into busi- ness ahcrr.Klvaa along Ihc ,Uncs oV the Co-operotlTe Klevator comnnny. Tbc coronany Is rapltallzrd 'er 4 Dominion charter, the president, landed people of oiir farmers in building up vincc worso._ llsh Columbia drove the Uowser Cov- emraenl from powfir. "Gel Rich Wallingfortl nnd "Hlackie" not have served tho pro- a hag on his back, anJ lot Is worth half a million dollara. In places whore buy 100 shares of stock Ihc company will erccl an elevator or flour mill, and will opcr- nlc f, lores In various centres liandl farrccrs' suppllfs qntl by an undertaker In Cheater Pa., The jorly was never claimed, and IhQ nn- :Vcr used IL exccrimerit.Ing wllli Llminp fluid, Ihc result.' thai mummified, arid baa re iCrl so. for twVnlyi years. The imy la twenty Jn'chts loug, weighs two pounds antl Tcsumbles In eycry way a real negro baby. Gideon Cary Gcrow died at Esqul mnlt, B.C.. ngcd SI. A nalivp Prince Kdwarcl (ounty, Ontario, ant grandson on his mrtrier's side lehop n well known flpir In the early hhlory of of England In Kl. John. pruns wick, (he late Mr. Cerow began hi Tesponslbllltles In life very yminp He WBS marrlerl rln 1S51, when r was but 78 ye.irs of ago, his wil loins two year.'; his Junior. The came out to California (n ISfrV Iwo years removed, to Vltlorla, A Good Even a parrpt knows when a good cigaris being ja his presence. a' f iitllc 'Colored now, and get in the "good cigar" class at always remain a convert, to the choice flavor of Ihe Havana Tobacco found in La Prefei- encia Cigars. Quit Dog 2 for 25'c Club Houie Size.. ...-tOtSlraighl Vallens Company, Limited London, Canada BrancUei: WiixUer' Winnipef ;