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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR. DAILY. ,'HEIUI.D... TIlUltSDAY, llAnC.ll Subscription Raleil rptliy, per "Dally, delivered, per Pally, by mall, per year Weekly, by msll, per i-mr j by mall, per year lo U.B.. TELEPHONES Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan President and MiiiasiuE John Toiranro. Business vallvo'dn'll'y. hccduso ilr. Her man's If s tu ilio [uluro will supiiorl (reel wheat machinery and better relations wllli luc Dulled Btnlev. tlio If would splko bis Sims. liy revealing lo'lhs puWlc llul Mr. llerniail ivas'aii American, nnd ot course, no American, In Ins Tory IMts o! ejplrr of subscriptions pear dr'ly on -address Isbel. iDce ol pr.pcrs after eirjlrallo.i del cur autniritr lo continue tha iubsc tlon, VOUP Country pifiht d >'o-J would pursue nny policy oilier tliaii one ol closer relations wllli Ihc Unllcl Stales. Tlio News, liowover, slniply.msde a giwss; it dldn'l know 1 11 vis lalklus aboul. Mr. Her- man Is a Canadian Lorn; a nalivo o( Nova Sffllla. His clianje of attitude on puMic yiestlons Is duo lo a desire' lo serve Iho inlcr- esls o( the country In vMcli his news- papers sro'nuullflwl. News' solo object is to servo liaily. UP W FOR THE BUSY MAN -I: the THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Tho advance of the allied srmlcs towards the new Cauibra'-Lslere de- fence Hue of the Germans is con- tinuing though somewhat more slowly. The British In tho past day or two PUT WRITERS UNDER BAN. Eoullicru Alberla iicwsiiBpcr pub- lishers In convcnllon al CnlEary. dc> clarffl ngalnsl Ilio publication .o( anonymous conlribiillons In Ilio news anil Ih'o Canadian Press As daclatlon will be asked IP (leal wilh the matter at its next Eallicrins. For Ufo yeire'TUe IIcrnM retuscd 10 publish Icttms the name of th'o Tvriler appeared. 'We (ounS thai. during municipal elections especially. a 111 of people to nlr their vJBffs ond. erlticlzo nluniclml xJmin- nnd odiclals. have made appreciable sains towards j on picayune or absolmely selt Interested grounds nntl we decided thai ive Xvquld not puWish a letter in The 'Herald 'unless the writer's name appeared. roan who lias criticisms to offer or views to einrcsa on any snbjecC Eboultl be courageous enough the Carabral ot the Ser- 'man defences, and which will placs ttiem almost within sirringdistance of Carnbral. The Frencli sains in Iho region sonth of Lafere have I'een equally Important, the enemy having been ciriven out ol the forest of Coucy, Tho embargo on plows hna licen lldcd, so far as Canaan is concern-f ed- J. Albert Hills of SI. Calunrlucs. (onner superintendent, of tho.v.uter- vorks department, died sviddl'illy. J. H. Doyle, ol Creslon, Jias bcon jipolntcd sherlfi of Koolonay in suc- ession lo tlio lato S. Tuck, who tiled September. Slatiilnrd hotels nrc tu-'je Dxc from business tax uulll uink-r an amendment, to tlio Ontario le licrauco act. John AlkisiEnn, y in' the Grand Trunk yards at Xlagiim Kails, was cpjsliej 'to. death between t cars. It announced that all the Imt- lalEoas in itic Toronto ells trlct would be sent overseas by the end of April. It was charged before the parlia- mentary ou relurnM sol diers Unit sonichody Is benefittiaL, by pay book detention, T. J. llowv- Conservative ciuulidp.tu fur Ihe Sasfealoliewan In Mllcslono constlluency, hus ueei forceil lo retira owlns to III licallh i Adolpliuj; Reauiue, oC Ford, died In the Hotel Dieu; Windsor, as a resul of fracturing Ills t'kull in fsllins liftj feet io the concrete Moor of a fac lory addifion.' end out of several villages In the vic- inity. Gains were also In (lie Soissons sector. The Bghling las been of a strenuous nature, and ihe arc still matins uttemplslc. to coine out !a ttc and iiol IrMo rc-raplurc ground, at same ppints.-wltli success, but Ihe ground so gained has i been.Invariably, again re-laken by. tha allies. What preparations for defence hare really been made by the Ger- man's behind Ih'o Cambrai-l.afcre line Is not yet nuite apparenl, but Ihere is no doubt that within a very short lime Ihey will be called upon to feleml that line'with ail In'elf resources.' TVSile 'the Russians are f-i ring at 'offensive by the Germans on the north trn-Husslan front with Petrog'rad as their objective, tha Germans give oul the statement ihat the spring thaw'f will intcrlerq with their operations on this front for some lime. There is increasing es'peclallon the offensive against Italy, and Ib. are.said. lo iave. Ihreaiene llie Italians TVHa the- fate of. Scriiii 1 jnd Houmauia. "Pro Ilono or some C0anomen. Newspaper columns hould P9X.1JO to "under ovei" Btlirts and criticisms. The noDymons. leller writer shonlil be ut.uniler .ine tin. WHEN CONSCRIPTION- IE TO BE EXPECTED. Hen! Arlnu'r llefklien says that con- Ecrlptlon will come In Canada In the event of real danger fo'the coantry. people will accent It then, loo, "Vilhout much, It any, marainrinp. In Hhe meantime let ns Sefp oar ieids ;cool. Let tie finvernmcnt relieve Ihe "inindsfof It shonld make' 'It clear to the pnbllc Tvhep con- scription will come, as Hr. Jleighsn -has doneT and'there w311 not be as mucb fiisslns and seAtion as Ihere has been. It would Tie only the yellow Elreate_d who oppose 'ill? enemy was at our floors and about desSror us. The real danger may tvcn come with'the enemy still across Ihe bnt deleallng our men. Ihere. 'r. ThEU conscription wonld be demt c-a so as lo save ourselves irom In- Cvaslon. and capture. VHEREIII THE CONTRACT NOWI During, the. recent debate In tbe louse of Commons on tbe rifle, ho Hon. 'Arthur Meijhcn, tho cham- pion hair-splitter ot Parliament, con- ed .IhEtV-tue- present Government bound to equip the Canadian Iroops wilh'lllat weapon, no iualler what happened, owing lo the co: ieread" upon belween the comnany anil the Is.le adminlslralion. Thp ansurillr 'ot this contention was Eell- points, out the Victoria Times. According to it, it iue laic Gorernment had contracted 16 equip tho Canadian nlllliia with powder- piiSfs' Ihe would have' to lie 5tnE-jo-lhe trenches TfilhHal highly deilructiva devlce- ,Hut wnat becomes-ot thai light of Hie announce- ment that Ihe Government Ja about lo" Late'over the Ross rifle factory and manufacture Iho, jvar fca9 been In progress for thirty months? What about the con- tract to which 3Ir. Jleijhen referred? Obviously'ir It Is no obslacle to propriatlon ot llie faclory and the inufaclnje of Lec-Enfields now, it oald not have fceen an ohslacle lo his proceedjng in the spring ol 1915, ten the Hoss rifle was found to be elective for war service. AE a mat- of fact tie factory was hound lo nrn out any kind of weapon the Gov- "--'2nd ouKl have- been; matJe there two years, ago if their manufacture1 had authorized. Col. Follierlngliaru, prominent -Tor onto doctor, has been appointed diroc tor of medical .services invalids Caaadj. He is-nojv overseas liut A return to Canada at onco. The McN'ell building In Chicago I ten slnries In height. Craclssmen be Salurilay night arid .Monfla morning visiled p.very. floor of the'- building. They bleiv open nvo safes' and escaped witn an aggregato booiy of about J600. The French Academy of Moral and Political Sciences, awarded 10 Car- dinal jvrimale at' Helium, [Is grand prize- of- 15.000 de- signed to recompense ;'tho finest and grcAlest acts of 'devotion what- ever kind." i A powder masnzlne conUinlng.two hundred bosfts-nf-dTnamltb al Noire Dame .des -Que., biesv-up.- the effects Leius fell'in Ih'e parishes of St. Casimir, St. Albau and-Porlneuf, score ol miles away.' It fs announced officially that num- erous letters are being received daily at the pnlied Slates consulate at j.'lri niyeg, from American citizens resid In Western Canada, pron'ering their la'lhtf'eYenl ol war between the United Stales and Germany. Tlio Princess 1'ntrleln, who became 1 with nn of measles shortly cforc the death of her mother, tlio of Coumuslit, has noiv icnlly recoi'cicd. n tnunillons worker, larrlcd, Eentouced lo seven let (jprlitPMIIary for inun- Inughtcr, having slot and killed her over. Albert llnynes, on January S, n Montreal. PunuvUlc, clatms tho dls- nctlon ot being the llrst pljco In havo seen tho ailinlsslol of women to'political equality wllli Lien. At n Liberal convenilon Ihoy L-itunlly wiin men to alo n. Gibson, faiinor, near Caledoulo, I.Vlicnil ctindtdale' tn Iho general election of 05 '.tapir bearer .In tlio uexl pfovlti cial eleclioil. Tlie London Telegraph says tha ho coitiiultlrG npirolatcd titider Ilio irestdency of Iho hotno Hocrclary to Invcstlsalo Iho lliiuor Ir.idc-, lias reporled In favor of the stnlo pur. chase nnil control of the buElnosa in Wales and Ireland. Scot and Is excluded because, of dlffcrenl (Bndlllona In that country.' Tho ro- has not yet been considered .by Lhc cabinet. Premier jFurray inlrodiiceil In .the Nova Scotia legislature an act places a tni on telephone companies and telephone users. Companies oper atlng more than a ccrlalti nuhibBr ol telephones will he lased 25c on each instrumenL On. all long distance phonc messages a tai five cenls will be charted. Conipanies will have to pay 75 per cent, tax on all profits over eight pur cent, on tho amount in vested. This Is In line wllh'.tho gov ernm'eul's poltcy of increasing provincial revenue. tho THE REAL THING f i This is the kind oj young man we all like. Anyone can see.lie .lias spirit, re.-. sourcefulness, energy and good sense, And it's 'perfectly re-. asonable to say that 1 his .suit helps create this It goes with him; style, without fad- dishriess. practical and elegant; racy, and yet sape.. If you'd like a suit like CREIGHTON BROS. Tailors lo Men G0.4 Third Avc, S, v. .'.Iso 126 Eighth Ave; K-, Cqjgiry. .Twenty-five to Forty Dollars sjilonillii WBS j from Iho Stcttler readied at tho'stock, grain auu mis- cellaneous salo lield at Caslor, Alia., on beunlf ot the .Palrlolic. "luml. A lo Hie central executive at Calgn since September last. With otli snles In view In tliu Immediate 'ular 1L la liottcd lliatlho tolal o( f r salo at Hrlltrm reached ?C20. queslcd from Itic Slcttlcr coiistUuei The sufu of J9.250 has iiow been for-'will bp reached by tiro end of Apr A HALF MILLION i i HAVE OFFERED v Premier Harden 'fixed Canada's-coir v-Irlbuiion ot fighting, men at fire, bun thousand. It Is a lot of men lo r" he raised In a yonng'Bomlnlon, and Is weTL to know that brer luat nam ol men; Tiave already oficrci '..IhEmselTOS for. scrrlce. Few of n: that .and is Irae. 0 haren't' raised a'half mil i .vlion men fitted lor service, but ove -'s. that number of men were willing ECTVC. Medical eiaralnallons h -jtaused thousands to be rejected, bu -I'lieTcrlheless most not regret tha nrodnctlon. thousands lo., 'have served If- tbcy-conld have jiasseil tlio mcdiral ciamlaallon. "j "U'c r.ot TorgeL also that today .1 .UvUen It la that tary recruitlns lias practically ceased -.more men arc being rejected than nt peiiod since Iho commenced c-xamlnatlon la much. Etlffer 71 tnt'lf all the men who offered j ilpassed .tbc cxaminatlona onr rccralt j Ing fisares would: appear- remarkably Bailing -for-the ;spring d ''V 7 rtt ipLethbridge would havo to-allecd tie Raymond fair again IbU Delegates lo 'ihe "quarterly rneeling of the EdmonloD C.onncil ot Women numbering over one hundred and fifty reversed Ihe famous, ''no conscriplion' resolution of Lne eiecutive cbmmitlee and. decided, by Ihe overwhelming vote of twenty-sir societies lo eighi [o go on record as definitely Jji favo of conscription. That'Ihe release'of a-Iarge___ of prisoners from the 'big peniten Uarias may be expected, this summer if the plans ot the federal cabine for using these men as laborers an also overseas service come t fruition, was .the conclusion to b drawn from a statement of Hon Arlhtir Meighen, Eolicifo'r general fo the Dominion, .nt Saskatoon, Sapper ollawi is one'of the-youngest'Canatlian nfe have relurned ire the front. Although ho has served i the expeditionary forces for two yea] he has yet lo celebrate his sixlecnl birthday. Dickelj- ran away 'from h home In 1515 to enlist. i'der a go'od record he has been sent home -suffer- ing from nenous -The- Huns, 'are threatening djre things against Petrograd. so they dld-to Paris Evert If stlir.m'posses- slon In Hie bact y'ard, it-iin'tioo early to plan out' Is: lo help pnt'a a'n'd mCo'ets' iluctjoii is J Td get togelher.; iCoal pro- London.. March Tlic report of the auditor-general, to the war office on the BriUah army accounts" for itfl-v 16, juat issued, states that mules Auction Sale Register Farmert cr If you contemplate having an auction salt of firm itock It will pay you Id ne Ed. Pophum, the Bar. flns .auctioneer fgr{ dates, A sat- isfied patron Is. my belt sdver. tlicmcnt. Haying had 30 yearV experience In railing and hand- ling all kinds of live stock and know the value of lame. Thfi Is the tecret of my lucced ae in Auctioneer. FOLLOWING SALE DATES ARE RESERVED. The late Edlion Slmpion, Tuesday, April 3, on 8ec 29-J2-22, 4 miles cast of Bironl. Honot, caltle, hoaa, machinery, ED. POPHAM, Tbe Baroni Auctioneer .ELECTRICAL ISUPPLIES AND ALL KINDS OF ELEC- TRICAL >V.L. Co, PHONE '18 3rd S. Livery 24 Hour service Driver King's FAjtress 'Ti'iiust'ei1. DRIVING KINDS COAIiC.'O. D. 1050 OFFICE AT BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY Lcthbridge, Albert-'. --We We have Had Ihe expcritnce. is paid fon r, Tnvus: _i worth _______ Importanl .as' wheat on sandy soil 1 T. leaped in. the right. They were nevnrj tiz 'Canadian Jlinlster ot Vorlvi has been introduced to Ihe Kinff. Let ua all rise and join In singing Iho- first line of Ihe National the Tovonlo Glorie. BLAMING 'JTHE AMERICANS W. F. Herman, is the publisher n 7Iie Repna Post and (he .feiar, Iffa of the best-newspapers In .Canada. TVTien he, ,to ;-annonncc'. Jhese papers Jn Jh'e foloro Troultl to, (ow an indcpcTirlcnt course Instead'0 parly h' >as in'.medEatc-lT ailr.ckcd hr Ihi XDOSC a fallhlu] Conser recovered. This candEd arlmldalon Ins ellcHed ironJc" Comment. The Slar remarta: 'UTierc these mules went, whether hey were eattn by Ihe.troops, cr-ox- ported to Hollnnu'for the Gennins, he patient cannot I ell. Fhcf simply vanished." The Municipal Hospitals Act la tc- ginnljig-to shape tip and looks like a splendid piece ol legislation. There Is of P. free .hospital ecbcmc abouVit Hut the people as a whole, Tftil'pay (or fcuildlng ac'l keeping up hospitals just as they do schools, and the hospitals will be open to them In case ol hlnefa. It ia a long step am should result In a still more health j WESAVE YOU MONEY'. EOH YOURSELF FAMILY London, Junction lies- Iwcen Ilrillsh Husaian forces closing In on the fleeing Turks seems appreciably nr-.ircr since the HuEsIa Iroopg Invo crossed the border froi tnlo tho TurVlsh vilr.ycl of la rnporlcil ihat.i-ava'ry Ae tachmcnis under comand of tir-ncrnl Maude will meet llic Ihiss-l3n.s in Ihf vory area Tvhltli IradJiion repre- sents to tin tlic ille nf the Garden ol Ktlcn. Just over the 1'ersTan border lo Ihe northeast cf Unclad. Thn Ilrilisii are, now, up ihe Tigris? tr fhigilaii lo'narj the nistricl. Our Spring Style Are Thorough and Efficient _ v SEVERAL factors govern t'he pur- ,chase of men pliace ;yal ue foremost, others believe style, ftt; pattern or weave more important. OF ALJ. KINPa COAL G. O. Tnviici1 i Office al Kennedy'! 410.l3lh 'J DRAYING or C. P.Jff.'-FrefQh't .6hidl 1161 Stables The spring lines are completely lor men of every in all that is new and good. See them at your first spare moment. They'll interest you. MACLEOD BROS. The Great Clothiers of the Grsat Resilience Phone Day or Night- Day Phone, Palace Confection, cry 663 Henderson Girage, 568 Itte Mm Hulp lirsrj, A MB Sii SJTCH- car'. iQn'i of-the best anil most coinlorlalilo. carj ID Cltr.ln rlclo In. COUNffiY'TfllPS PREFERRED "Meet ui at the Palace" Potatoes Waii CAR LO'JS OR LESS Mjst be tiled, aou'nd vihlti Phone 732 or't'all al Co. 1221 lr.4 ;