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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TAC5E FOUR TIIK letbbvlOgc, Hlbevtn DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subssrlpllen 'MIT. delivered, flatly, delivered, per seir "Dilly, by mall, per year 'Weekly, Dy mall, Weekly, by mall, year lo TELEPHONES Biulneis Editorial Offico W. A, President nr John Torrnncc, Voar King and Country, need yo'J rlohl r PROGRESS :.OF THE WAR The llrllish ofSclils report iram new Mial Klien llic spiiiiB oppued er armies must Give. way. She Xuew hat Ihc Turks could uo'. resist tho bus :md Hie Urltlsli; eno know hal she luusl clvc up her foremost Inu hi mure. If no more; slio un- doubtedly kicw tliat alll" I" Petrosrad would uot last much loiiser. jud that when "rll1 was on' Ihu amis ft Dnialtutr, Nicholas ana Rusrty Elio would have lo meat roa1 v.-ai1 from So she made one tail effort io win victory from defcal. She pronofi'ii li'j.-e. to be nnaiiKeJ In secret sromnl a "council table at which (he shrew- dest nmnlpiilalor would come off licit, as lins ;o often happened at auch "In nsreomont wllh ill of ins- allies, and wilL tlic ol vklory." announced (ho Kaiser grandly, 'I tovo mailc ai offer ol IIMCC to the enemy." "On are nol lo shatter or amiihilnU our said the Cluncello iu samo tone. Tlio Allies refused lo be drawn Inl llio Ir.ip. They announced their prac terras openly. It vss a complete ills comfiiure for lie Oernian plan; gon was all hone of wresting a victor' lernis from cowing dcfeal uy back slatrs Inlriguo while a council going on. Thai was Iho only V nre peace lhat could bo a victorious pelc MAIICI1 PASSING Ilrandon city may go Into Ihc fuel business. Wm. Itoddiok, of Burford, ex-warden t limit county, Is dead. Ttld Invitation of Arthur Mcthoill.'l liurcli lo Rev. A. H. Sprhigcr of Oakbnd, 1ms Lccu occoptcil. Three drivers for CanlAcld Sons, f Toronto, were arrcsteil In connex- ion with' tbo triefl of worth of milk llt'kols. d iv "m itc'himl Hi' HlnaenbcrE been c entire front I for Germany. '-mediately .oritaUc' fortresses, j rind Ihe Germans at last give indlra- thins-of cslabllpbio; themselves for lllio defence at Uils much-vaunted line, -f The Krciu-h yesterday indl- [Ue French Iro'ops were still coDtadljvllli the Germans lh J. JI. Danls, ci secretary of lion I.o Hevell. a French newspaper trinlrd Iu MoiHreal. will CC.IFO ic.itiun because the Dominion govern u uiakely. nenl lias ordered It lo abolish Us anti- war iwllcy. Tills had boon fin- c-u Lj iuc tramways company. Snvlsny. liaa been _..-... iispeclor of Inland revenue tor Sas kau-hewan wllli heailiiuarters ul Ho ilna. Susk. Throo moro graduates of Slralfon General liosiiltal leavo In 11 day for Montreal to lake, flilu overseas to service nt tlic front. They nro Mis VMllli lloljli, Miss Cudmoro and Mis II. llucglnm. The I'rcsbyterlan students olloted t Biiininor mission work In tlio Mnclcoil presbytery urc llnv. J. A. Leslie, 11. W. Wrns'llrli, P. H. William, Wallace Gof- orlh. A. Itice, C. I.amult. II. lloberlsmi Prcsbylerlan College, Kd. monlou. confer Iho honorary de r.actllan McNelll lias been apliohlt- ed clilef comnilMiouer of llio Maul- lolin'Xan.1 Loans ael. lo dato from Amil 1. For Iho past Iwolvc years lias been In the monlou. confer tlio Honorary ne- lias licon In Hie mort eroc of uiion Itcv. C. E. Tlkuul. of Osier, llamrjiom of Wesley rliurcli. Calgary, and llcv. x-nnion as chief assistant. Mr. Wliltc, Lacombe. __ Bourne and Hie Alsno, and had made pome important advances. Word comes from Egypt of an Im Twrl.mt IJritish viclory over a Urgs TurHFb force In Palestine, in which lhe DrUisli captured a number of prisoners including the entire staff of lhe Turkish division... The gains V-re niado along. Ihc southern coast ''ol-Palestine o'rj'ttfe Medilerririeanyfor B distance of 35 miles, In Ihc event of sue i______ (i now come, German plan ready; to cut loos from Hie reslrictlons of civlliiatlo ind declare a war on tho world, in Ihc hope that by starving England she could Hall Iho Allies1 military opera- tions teiorc tbe spring was far ad- anced. She now eiecuted tbe alter- native plau. Slie has not yd starved England, and her submarine war Is becoming less lerriblc ns it goes on. laough still lerrlble cnoutli. Meanwhile, lue mill i.ery operaUons .she bop'ed to check hays teen Ijesun ahead of lime. The foresaw'when she.snoptcd rier doublc-nnaded plan of a peace of- r and a war on the world aro com- g to pass. The British hare Bagdad S.il'KOld, u prominent Turner of TantalJon. was nominated as Con- servaiivo slandanl bearer for Moosoni- In in the forthcoming Saskalchcn'an clcclions. The Dominion Council of lhe Girl Gullies' assodalion is apiilyins lo par-, lianiont for an act of Incorporation. Tho objects ot llm council aro specl- ned lo incluilc "inslruciing pirls In tho principles of discipline, loyally and good citizenship." Monsignor Ixiuls l.egralve. vicar general to Cardinal Mcrcier, primntc o[ Uelglum, has been senlenccd to nine uiontliss' imprisonment and de- to Germany for sheltering a discharged soldlc-r for one night, ac- cording to a Central News dispatch from Amsterdam. Engineer TV. F. Campbell. oE Depot Harbor, Onl, was V.illed and Fireman Enkamp, also of Depot Harbor, waa Tlic municipal liw coniralltco at Eil- monioii. on Hie .-iiiBgesiion nf Hon. J. n. Boyle, nmondcil ilio Culgary city charier, provlilliiR that any elector shall lie clisiuli' io 'op a candidate for the school board. The minister of education toot this action on the rc- ronimenJalion o( Ihu Calgary school loanl. At the Snskatchcwan Liberal con- at Moosi! Jaw. I'rcmier Morlln ledared that It was es.ieullul that llic In Snshalchcwnn should re- ceive a good education, "anrt thai edu- cation In Iho Kngllsh lonfuc. That .iiET THE'HAaiT Mto IT WILL DO yOVJ GOOD. 4 Tliere should ue a hundred per cent Increase in .Iho vegetable gardens In Le'lhb'ridse this year last year These gardens mean a fresu supply ot.venetables for the family-table They mean also a reduction in Ui tost of living. They will help lo create a greate supply o[ provisions for other part 'at lhe Dominion and for'o-nr soldle nt The fronl. the greater productio lhe better service all' round They provide good healthy eierci [or the man who is confined lo an office, or store, or factory all day. Tbe outdoor life will improve the heallli. They will brlllg us closer to nature J "p.ml lift oiir thoughts lo higher planes. So II is eridenl lhe back garden V or VEcant lot garden habll has veiy are the urks -into -the.. laws, of Klrtolas's rmy, which is'coming swldly on from ers'la wlthbul serious opposition and riving another Turkish army before 1. Defeat [or lhe Turks Is cerlam; he only queilipa Is; wlielher il will nvolve capture Ih9 wesi he Hermans' bave'eiready retired to Uic-Als'ne. giving up before Ibe sprins drive is-commenced more Iban JoKre. an'd-ITali aimed al in llieir last'cam- paign. On lie l.SOO-mile Russian [ront Ih'e weather slill holds the armies bound; but .lhe Commanders Drusilpfl, no The two-button sack (peaked 'A smart' style--vigor- ous, correct, cnarac- terflil-a fine example of tlie sort of clotries tKat make this a young man's count- ry; You will find this and many other models at CREIGH- TONS. Price to Now is the time to see them, Suits, Twenty-Jive to Forty Dollars CREIGHTON BROS. Tailors to Men G04 Third Avc, S.- .-.Iso 120 Avc. R, GREECE THREATENS ITALY London, March dispatch to is the policy of the education depart- from Athens correspon- incul today, stair-menu to the con- M... arceco bas presonloil oil IllO Wllll- drawal of Italian troops from Epirus injured when lhe engine of a west bound Grand Trunl; passenger train left the track, owing to a washout two miles west of Jlaveniworth. Ont.. In the district of Parry Sound. Mme. Xungasser. mother of Iho French airmen who has brought down twenty-one German airplanes. Ima just reached Paris a parly of elderly Frenchwomen repatriated from the Invaded norlhern terrilory of Franco. She was in complete ignor- ance of lier son's achievements in the of those longer with'-tbe fear of a traitor in his rear whose answer :to .the Duma's nouncemcnt ,of-the success, -of ih eiecul- ed." Thai; commission was io take the Czar in .custody- and .Inyile.him which have made him cne of Ihc beneficial advantages, habit! .Gel.'tVe :GERMANY SAW IT ALL COMING. Germany proposed a cessation of to 'audlcalE. r-The'evenls which Germany foresaw in 'December, Ihe events wnlch prompted her haughly tut aniious offsr peace, .aud .her" .dcsp'crale swing loose from the bonds of civiliza- iou on Ihc sea, are moving more swiftly "even lhan her statesmen ei- peeled, Is Ihe conclusion lhe Nev, York Times reaches. They c-spected wrir, ____ -_ -_ great popular war heroes. Land taxation In Nova Scotia is pro- vided fur in a bill introduced into tlio legislature, by Hou. R. 31. Macgregor, a government member. The hill dis- poses thai every owner of 500 acres and more in that province vrill hnvo lo pay to Ibc provincial Ireasurer a las on the value of Ihe laud, tho per- centage, not ret being named. Charles Sebline. senator for the Aisne' department, France, is reported to have tiled of grief and privation while being taken to Germany as 'o hostage. Senator Sebline. .who was 71 years old, remained in his home at oi'.ercourl nmong his consliluents hroughouL Ike German occupation. e was forced to accompany the re- realing Germans afler Eeelns his trary nolw For some tipie. officers liave not to Avlona. been permitted to dance in public places In As a consequence many of -them weiil to hotel ctanc-es atlir'cd In civilian clothes or mufti, as the English rail it. To avoid this, severe penally Is jiow inllicleil upon an officer out of (uniform unless lie Is in a private house or a club estab- lished over twenly-five years. The tnilh the cabled dispatch from London quoting Mr. MacPherson, a of the Hrlllsh commons, as saying that ihe wet canteen was In- troduced into' IhcjCanailluu camps In England at the'request of tho Cana- dian authorities, is being investigated by Sir Edward Kemp, minislcr of mllilia. So the records at Ottawa show ihero appears lo be no authorization ,Eivim .trom. Ottawa for weL canteens, for the Canadian troops lhe war; Ihc Allies retnsed; Germany inaugurated unrcslriclcd submarine war; the Turks were rouled In Meso- potamia; the Allies forced a German wilhdrawal in France; Russia over- turned her faiiMess Government. These events seem unrelated, but incy are related. By Ihe middle of 1014 Germany was Bt the end ol her victories.'Brusiloffs advance It slopped soon after Protopopoff became of lhe Interior and masterrof the Govern- ment, anil H is liielj lhat It slopped lor ILat reason. '.The year before Ibe Grand Duke Nicholas, like Eruslloff swept all fcefo-e him, only lo Dnd Vfh'en he got Into the enemy's terri tory that Sukhomlinofi had deprived him of ammunition, and the hest he could do was lo get back'agaln wlih- out inafvelous feal. In the circumstances, and one to which history will do justice. Drasllofi feeing anolher Sukhnmllnolf take up Iho reins, elopped just'in Bat, Ihongh he storpea, Germany could not lo give up Ihc Ancre, but not in March; liie-y especled lo lose Iheir Pelrograd alliance, tut nol in 3. day The end, loo, mar be sooner lhan they eipecled. Tn Sir Henry Dray ton's new labors, as presi- dent or the Oltiwa Vacant Lot as- sodaliour- II lo recall lhal thereby paying Iribule (o his first sponsor in Ihc work of ndju- dicaiing on railway mailers, vihidi led up to hla present position as chairman of lhe commission, fl was Ihe lale Drydcn, minister of agriculture for Ontario, who first picked him out for his present career. Mr. Dryden. as chairman of lhe rail- way committee of the Ontario legisla- ture, appointed him in 1902 lo bej counsel lo Ihc commitlee. His rapid promotion lo various public offices followed. Mr. Dryden's choice liasl been amply vindicated In him, as It was also vindicated In the case oi lain C. C. James. PASS NO RESOLUTION N'cw York, Slar. nallo defense convclillon nf Hie nalii guard assoclallon adjourned heru day witliout going on record for agnlnsl .universal mllllary training dor exclusive federal control. Auction Sale Register Farmers or ranchers, W you contemplate having an suction nie of farm stock It will pay ou to see Ed. Pop ham, the Beir- ut auctioneer for datei. A eat- sfled patron IB my beat lumenl. Having had 30 xperlence In raiting and hand- Ing all lilndg of live ttock and mow the value .of lame; Thla Is he secret of my tucceu ae an FOLLOWING SALE DATES ARE RESERVED, The Inte Ed [sen Simpson TuesiJiy, April 3, on Sec 29 12-22, 4 miles east of Barons. Horaea, machinery. ED. POPHAM, The Barons Auctioneer ISiJPPLIES AND ALL KINDS OF ELEC. TRICAL WORK. Co, 718 3rd 8. iAND AL W.L. PHONE ITciuiu's Auto Livci'y 24 Hour Service Capable Driver Phone 1312 Dallal Hotel SHILOH is good for nearly hall a century that has been the watchword in thousands of homes. Shiloh brings quick relief to an inflamed cough-racked throat. It cuts the dangerous phlegm in croup, eases a hard tearing cough and is the great preventative of more serious troubles. Shiloli doesn't upset the stomach. It is extremely pleasant to take and because of the smal! dose you will find it, we think, the most economical medicine you ever used. 3 ...'Let Shiloh cure your 2Sc, 50c and at all JruggiiM King's Express Transfer. and DRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL C. 0. D. Phone 1050 OFFICE7AT ARCADE BQULTON'S AUTO LIVERY Lelhbrldgc, Alberta We 'know the" country''thor oughly. We have had the experience. iijiatd. for.... ,''.K .TRY US. Phone I2CG him she advance In France. Instead, the I'rench and British began pushing her laboriously and slowly back. THie end of victories had come, when something happened lo enable her lo keep Ibe Illusion of victory for longer. Rumania dashed gayl and liehthcadedly into Ihc lalons. It had become Impossible fo Germany lo' defeat her real adve saries, but It was easy lo grasp Ib litllc kingdom by the i" tvilh lhe lid of i- Turkey; and for a Wtls Ihe people al liorne were slill enlcriainc-o1 with lhe ficlion of an Irresistible and all-con qucring. Inipertallsm, the isalily had departed. TJnt the supply of Riimanlis, .Ser- Was, Monlcnecros and Cc-lgiums was and Cc-rmany paw oil nvouncl her the real adversaries, Brow- Ins continually, now f [ronjcr than ,he was. The winlcr gave her a res- file, because of tho wcalher, bul flic There are a lot of pacifists in It United States'but we imagine Wood they were of ti Ijpe of Dr. M-. W. Stryker, Presiden of Hamilton College, who declared, am a pacifist 'wilh. the accent on th Tisl'." Are relumed soldiers, being eiploi cri by politicians is i Query ngilatln the Wesl al present. R. D. Waugh, President of the Returned Soldier? Association at Winnipeg; slales.thal had R. D. Bennell, Director of Na- tional Sen-Ice, asked him about' this he would have told him of. many coses. For Inslauce, Vi'aush asferls Uiat a certain soMier was political ngcnt to secure his O.K. be- ore he could get a position In Ibe Vinnipeg1 Post "Ollice- Instances of hal character arc likely to be found 11 over Canada. ouse and sutar pla.nt destroyed and is estate ravnged. Tbe wedding of George D. Widenerj r son of the lale George D. Wid- The resignation of Col. Marlow, as- ner, the Pbilidelpliia Iraclion mag.'slslant director of medical services in rnllilary dlslrlcl 2. has bcc-n ac- cepted. He had several clashes with I R. B. Bennell al the recent session of the parliamentary committee all Toroiun. inquiring into the situation regarding returned soldiers. Ho had an Inspection some time ago of mili- onae s luoiner is jirs. lary hospitals and he maintained be-J who divorcetl'Mr. Sloane in '1S30, and fore Ihc committee; iliiit Iho hospilals was married lo Mr. Delmonl .four, committee had nol provided snlfictent- hours after gelling .her decree. ly for the accommodation of the nale, who went down on the Titanic, anil Mrs. Jessie Sloanc Dodae, New fork, toot place in that city on Mar. 20. Mr. Widener 1s a director of the Philadelphia Rapid Transit company, and is a member of fashionable cluba n Philadelphia and New York. bride's mother is .Mrs. Tho 0 The neac-c movement isn't making any progress In England. lucent bye elccllonj prove 'thai The Coalilion jovernmcnt candidates uverv.-nclm lhe peace nominees. Only a week or len days ago an eleclicn was held In Stockton-on-Teea, a constituency I lie industrial north ol Knglanii. The successful Liberal sup porter of the Government, received 7.C41 -votes as tcainsl S36 voles for Ihc candidate who arlvor-aleil "peace y ncgotiaUon.1' A Lyc-clcclion in the rtossenilale division of Lancashire showed practically the same attitude on the of people. FAMILY HENNESEYi WILSON Astonishing how my and Fitness came says Mr. In man, a Winnipeg business man, cured by Dr. Cassell's Tablets. "II how my ilreugtli I fact, pointed to a nervous breakdown, and came nacV.." iiyi Mr. G. C.I It ivaa then i dienj told-me abo-Jl 1NMAN, of 330, HARCOURT STREET. I Dr. Cassell's and I 6oL some tc i- i n n i- 'n ii (rv-Thti fire' rrmilt DRAYINg OF ALL KINDS CQAL.C.O.D. PHONE 1345 Turner Office at Kennedy'! 410 13th TKiiilts, appreciates the advan- tages of Fit-Reform Spring Suits and Top Coats. It's lime anteed that can't be right perfect fit. Springmodelsrcady. STURGEON CREEK, WINNI- PEG, for many years n well-known "man in ihe buEintss lLfe of Canada. Mr. Inimn continue; about three years noiV sinco I L used Dr. Ca- efU's Tablet I __ terribly run- dnwn and nelim-3 I felt I __iuhl to ofi .'allogtLhtr, inj woi'it TTas such an effort to me, I ate litilc. I ha'l 'no and I I Io to cal. "My ncrres of try.-The first result was that 1 coiilJ sleep at anil Uicn my lioalth rapidly, impfoveil. IL w a a really itReform -A-r -S, McKELVIE McG.UIRE LETHBRIDGE -'Icep a hid vriy vtry HLsturlictl. "I may ad'l lhat some linie ago my 'inother'wfis very ill DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo, Limited C. P. R.. Freight -Shedi PHONES lo Cn ell bnl J cnishfLl iticm riown and Ri" them in fdwl Hi- out her Vno v ng. Slic ,waa confined to be'J. Irtfote ;he and >8 atrout ag-iiu Ofllce Slibles Mr. I'l nour in England; having had-lo retain there lotns tltllc time ago to.take'Control of the 'uielt-tinouin firm al A. W. Irtmaa and Son, PrinterM t.eedi. Lellert reach Fiim-there, Dr. Cassell's Tablets Residence Phone Day or Night. Day Phone, Palace Confection- ,cry 666 Hpndcrson Garfige, 5SS The Hudson Unto livery ,V :liig -Sli Cyllnilcr, Seven- car." of th'c licat [iiid inoal comforlabln cnra Ir tho City lo.rldo in. COUNTRY TRIPS PREFERRED "Meet us at the Palace" FREE SAMPLE. On rwcipt of 5 t-joli to rtvcr cacillai and !EE. a siTurcmi lite mnplc will sent rvl p n cf. Ad-JrtBs: iTaroM t. iTaroM t. Cs, Md.. Dr Xatrilito. Alterrtl and Anlttpuniodk, ar-J the recalled, ftmcdr lor Slesplesineu waf-iiutriMon Hcrva Paralytil Anzmia DliH PJlpilatlan '.r for Critical urslnff tno'.tfri Vciiwl? ,of lilf- Potatoes Wanted CAR- LESS Must-be tout whin -1 riione732 or call at Saumlcrs Hay ancl Grain Co. 1J21 2r.d Aveniif 8. Jfioli br One War Int. I rarzwK andfilnrrfrcinorou n'nf. M ccnU; sir lubes for lhe price ol ciln. i Frepnclorii Dr, i Lldn ;