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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta T1IF. I'.VfiE) Mr. Marshall lion. Dunmn 'Marshall replied that I tiiU iunny letters from far- In ilie lull au.l rwilv [o.jvcro from tncn wlio I) forennlzMICMi of 5 men. Vision iho-JohU nole ttpy FOT I 500 worth of radio RIU! earli nf Iho worlh of Uv icji was security fpr wi-? ot HIP 05. The success of llu1 ui' herds of rr.tllf (ho rare thai wouM lo nken nf i stock. tlio Government undertooV to al v- Gin Imrroivprs o EOttinR money the only M'AV bllc conM bP prntcrtpd was r-v and if llioy iindorlppv a erne, (OT ibc li five fit of el" do Kir. crs thfl vrouU Vc er.or limv lo siiwli. mm uulil lie lifli-i'l or the ivmiiilsswiior. J Mr. said lhat Ilio present j conimlssH'j'.or of tho IVnarl- cioill, K wmilil IM tlio immnU'loi'cr ui'..lrr llu' acl. IH'CiI this son of work. lie had Intwosl of (he cr Ot llC-rul. All W.U mssed Including til ilie term home- sKad.-r r.nyouc who lu.l a hmuo-slojd in1 dor ilu> Dominion l.ji-.Js -Ml. An- !il a man, P.ciil IS "'ho Ms nuule a home- e'nlry 10 flen a iwio II lio of 51 ami makes him 1 or Hie of 51 ami makes him i Calfary, March 30.-E, H. I.oveVlon, liability us if ho vrcvo nf whoso appeal against bis conviction, li is also that Mr. Justice Hyndmnn, ol full af ON NATIONAL DEFENSE COM. _ SWt l-ako City.. March J. llneoiitarih, vri'skli'iu of iln> Nallo.tiil Wool Orowi'ri' usscu'UUun. rc.'olKd uotliU'ntlon of- Ms llKHit ns 5 iilcniljcr.of Ilio coinuiltloo rflvr ni.itorlrtls -of: (do lulJonul ilo- iso in I'. JOHN WAKD WAO HtHO OF RTIIICKEN London, Mm, AcrtHdliiH (ho x bonrd llui port TyuvlrtTVUK. ulik-li blruck i ivcently, bit fwvc'l by for l.ubor cf yno, rft Jylm it but' UlUm or I-M I) lii ilio 'I nKiy Hut I'ul. Wnnl, nf (tin I'OKfel Inn) I'lt I In1 tn'tjc, mlrtn'i' Illtt UK'11 (OIIUUAI In the hour lu u'Meli >ou i for Hi In turn all unr UU-M. OU'y uiiil wo K> uUo ID >mi; till If r.lilliot Id which In llic Vimccu- arc porli tips, in closer toiicU u'llh wlial EOL'S on In Liberal caucus meet- ings than the correspondent or In- formant of tho paper wliiL'ti prlnleJ tlio elory, sUtcJ thnl had 116 foundation whatever minister, provided for slcd. TOiilA notify and then (hfr? r-ouTd V 3Kj Ted. Hrowne T.ibrr was 5ccret3rj. (lie throwing out to stralptiton ihiatrs out. cnJ DTumheller sjicrlal rtlm shown Suiuliy nl llu MaJesUu ThfaUO is tho tho imtluunll IneUtutp (or tlto blind niul IB UOO foot In length. It ilcAls wltki ono of Ihii many of (ho Institute- iiauioly thi> niul traluliig of nteu lost In Ilio ser- vice of Hiclr king mid country. It opens wllli a view of SI. TDuiistan'4, llcgc-nls TarV, RhQirlns the nuclpiit clork. which ilnlca b.ick to Ilio lire of Loiulon. ICiJij, niul whk-h was removed to IU present position from Hie old St. Huns tun '5 Church. Kteel Street. Then Ihero la a or A blinded soldier to usa a tyiiowrlter. Next Is seen reaclLng nnd vvrlllng Hralllo by linnil (hen by mci'.ns of it Ilrnlllo wrllor, -ninVlns. baskcl-nmklnn. boot-re ing nnd carpentry uro illuslrfltctl. II nliio dt'plcts of thu blind heroes, rowing, puslilnll, ilano- THE Inf. and gymnnsllc Tlio climax ot tho Him Is reached (ho mnssaga and fannliiB sections. Aa ihlb la tho first AIU! prabally bo Ihc luFt llnio tho citizens of t.eth- bTldge. will hnvo au opiiortunlly of viewing this ill in, It Is nntlclpalcd there will b? a largo audience. j Tho minister mentioned tba( he had: QJJ all i nibcrs of lists ol who had al- (he thai Beards laVrs (he i'dy sltrrcd up, who j riaco of as vice-president. fcro dellghied lo Isave ihe opporlim-I There ia a throughout n grest or Joiuirs together to got money hi t o( Tte that the men have s The faroiers n( Alberla been treated in Ilie DJit- Vc to value o( co-opera- 1 o( nnd iu the lignite fields Uiiitc-d Farmers had Ebo'.vni2l ljie feeling prevails that the The tauM be done and men were p itOTT to itiiii lo gel the lit six per cent- nioceT ever or-ored Canai'.J. -The.-e people protect escli other and praipci 3 counlri" that frartrs tJielr cote. The present osftcers have not lhe contid- enco of the men, and any asreemcnt which might be signed by Ihem might cot receive the saiKtion of the rank and file ot lhe miners. Until HIP cloc- Lion which has been ordered is over, concluded tbe minister, ivould therefore, there is a feeling lhat Hide t cattle on ilia firyns o( ihe home- will be tuarte in smoothing one the Lciween the miners and oponuorc. To Give Back Money Mar. losing adors acd would have the elecl oT Alberts the live siock ce la the Dominion. A. G. MaeKay. rnintlnE cat lit the people In his ronEtitnency for the Mr. Crorhers lhat I AlhabsBca. preparhif: in thines looked ve-ry Origin and he tiad J'Tes Lo lake of 111? act doubt an early'seulement would be Ilial lire mpniber for Centre Cal- j reached. The Dnimheller operators lo do whatever tbe t lliit In the of the co- the only Q5 rer rent, of ihc liability. fcder the hill before the committee e government helping lio "could not gc-l loans from z bunk. decided upon. When asked if the government contemplated giving any money to help oui Lh5 seiibelemem, be replied that they did not and add- cdi "The government did not give IMP. Itarshall said if there were no any moDcr before; all Ihev advai fcs Ton single loans wMeh Ite will be returned-" from the artnimenL of the pmbcr for why should there a on loans made on tie co- Araiive film of the bill? .f. Tweedle said that the enoct of Uiill Tis farmers mjil assume tte of the Mr. Marshall replied It THE NEWEST REflEDY _roK Backache, Rhcumalisin and Dropsy, Urfc 3 groups -of Tinner? not lawyers miOT. Whea Ihe kiJueys PMUS (o be tonefiied. tHTreiVordlssasai.lhtJenalural filiert retort ihere ivas laugt- i hit ricirv UL _ .....___ da not cleanse the blood sufflclendT, and the poian? ire carried to all parts ol tlia bodj. There follow depress on, md heaviness, Irrita- i! blliij, heidaches, acd rhea- mi (ism. ID soae people Lbera a re 5hirp pzlai Ilia bick aod diitrefain? bliclder and sometimes obatin- ate The uric acid sometimes forms inLogrivelor kidney Wlwn tne uric acid affecla the muscJes acd It rheamatlsni, goui cr This is the to irj i Anuric." 10c. for tnil packaae. Duriog dlftsLlcD uric acid is" lato the (roai meat eaUQ, snd from son- yeseLtbles. Ths poor This [5 a good Uma to take -Antirlc.' the DCT discovery of Dr. Pierce for Kid- troabfa for" nany and Jn5nrancc Company enmln- laz doctors always the wa.wr of an I beloro i policy will be iirned. Iia.ve voa ever set aside a boLUe of wiLer for tweaty-foTir bocrs? -A heivy tcsat orieiUiy radicates ney Irouble- The Uue nature acd scLar of of ihe i I-, end Mr. ?iid llsat when 11 HlnJsier lisil not sot a sound ar.ru- he mad" an iDsnliin? plur." He I not. hi said, explain why the in- l-idiial Flio-jld as-nine lhe responsi- lilv ot his neifhbor. Didn't Challenge. __, Marshall said that hs pre- Ired in discuss the measure willi the Ymber Tor Calsary ia 25 coostituen- 3 and he would guarantee to trici candidate in erery instance. Mr. Jrcedie did not accept the thst the mini-ter Tould why Ibe goverDmeoi was lo taVe the of [loinz the farmer. position answered (be er, "that five have got confidence in one another and I i the Eovernmect will undertake! help llJeiD. Tbe gorernoeTit cannot; llertalre (he inspection. They irin J the inspection of each oth- stocli. They will protect them- Is lending them tbe money ot J public-''' said te roold qnitc .Medical Staff pf (he InvaTidV EEoUL II of rhe-'D Ton Fl5n'to know ?onr conditioa send a m.B scheme of mspcrtion would Tie jciibe roar symptoms. Ii wfll-be ai necessary- They could all I imipedfviiho'-it any expense lhat the money could only ho or nts SULt ol franccd nsdc-r propc-r protection and pi the government would not be i t in Lending it (o lh.3 indiTlduil would be more secure Li lending Lo groups of five men. There Teas 1 qaestion lhat the man who pot tht han the money hs borrowed IBSlf." is denying Iloadley F3ld hn assvimod rc- ibillty for the liability of the on Ihfi note. It Tvas un lo him M It Tras paid and until It TTJS hQ had lo as5iime the obliea- nonht benefit would he from the act by tlio people i In a position to get money In any iljsls and tnicicccopica 1 eiimlnailrn- of.lbe will Lulorm you ETOW TOTSELF! Keid aH about yourself, your phyriolosy, aiiatomT, almplt hc.rac cares, etc., In the "Common way but. they obligate i in favor of four oth cents to one-ctni siampa lor iand copy. Caitcaii prepaid. CANADIAN PAfilFIC RAILWAY COMPANY Department of Natural HCEOUJ-C-S. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. IrrlpMion Canal Enlargement. Scaled tenders addrcsEed to the im- acd pnflorEcd "Tenders for Canal Kiilargnment" WI'M be 1 1 they un (o noon.; April Hib, 1317. amount r to approiiaalels- 150.003 c-jbic w" earthwork. The work lo be let e tn.il ]nclndps enlargement of Main Canal payment and serlioiis 12. 13. 24 and 25. In FUSinlr m j t, Bange.'21. West of lhc 4th m, v v i j j.j L Meridian, and is loraleil about 5 miles T Mnrsteli a-hed not of Slaltl.n and rtout lr, idlcy (link It to Eoulh ot LelliliriilBC. a group otrnen to glre lhc prov- have to be 6iccnlccl c thai measure or rrolectlon. by means of mlUMe marhlnen-. as lhe "Istint; canal will he In operallon. Full narltailars rejarillnp the srnrli fctr. Hoaiiltr saiil Ital they trcre! Iminallng difSciiltlca by man tne keeper o[ his I that of all the schemes lhe Irilslcr had produced, this was the j W. Kcraniis artmiltefl lhal Iho bill Jld been Iiomestoadera in lhe now Ifricts, tut what abrmt the" sralter- may he obtained al the office of lhe undersigned and at lhc OHice of the Company at I.ethbrirtge. All must he arcompantcrl by n rcrllfed cheque payable lo the Pacific. Railway Company for 5 per cent, nf lhc amount of lhc J homefteartcrs In the older settle-! lender, lo le forfeited as liquidated -Mr. Marshall nnswereJ other riamseej should Ihc bidder ijcglc'ct or said thai Ihe flutics of dep- rciusc to enter into d cohlracl In the Infpeclors wnnld be discharged event of lhe wo-k being awarded to tho dairy Dml other oflic- him. whoso duties in addition tn In- j Proposals I.e. made on the irouli be to brand Ihe off-" slandarrt rnrms prnviiiol. Allcrallons anil Inoculate llic calves. If. (hereto. Inlorllncations or niiallfica Faid that the hill was a nf prlres.nay.Invalidate the Lid Ihlng In ..the lotprest of manyl Ttie.right Is reserved to reject any In Lhc province- Ho'lhoughl lildJ. luld work out to the benefit ot a1 A. S. DAWSOX I-H! rcany men who wantel to go fn-1 v, Chief Knginccr. Ithe Hyo slock busiieWlmt, did nol Calgary, Alberta, SSarch 25lli, IHH. YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN WHO HAVE ACQUIRED A TRAINING IN THE CARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE ARE A RUNG HIGHER ON THE LADDER TO SUCCESS THAN THE UNTRAINED. THEY ARE AiSTEP AHEAD IN THE COMMERCIAL WORLD. Complete iri stenography, bookkeeping, penmanship, Bpelling, office routine, and other business subjects taught by the newest melhcds by experts. SUMMER Our school will re'niaih open all summer. Stud- ents may enter at any time and thtlr courses' will not be Interrupted' by holidays- J Garbutt Business College. Phont 13T5 411 Eighlh Etrtct S. r A. M. FISHER, Principal, Residence Phone 1 Lelhbrldgt a Studebaker Dealer 7 years ago, and Why I Remain a Studebaker Dealer Tdday! c Studebaker' Established 1852 Have for yoarfi been the acUiHMvIcilgiM'l in the inan- of finality voliidos wiul a i1 c rated among the lending- mam.fnct- i.i'ers of America, MANY MOTOR CARS ARE ADDED TO THE LOST LIST. According to a [able published In Motor Age, 241 automobiles whicli once represented tbe hopB-s of as many maters, arc built no more. "Every initial letter (n the alphabet, except two, appears in the Hat, and there are many names lhat even those In the Industry will have trouble in recalling. I wonder how many molor- wlse laymen who pride Ifaemgelves on a tongue's end laden with facts about the Industry, can remember the fol- lowing cars: "Alpena, JJadger. CIno, nragont Fuller, Gleason, ji'olsnnn, in-. dlana, Jewell. Koniel. Lion, Xancer Orson, Queen, niehcll'a, Sultan, Traveller, Van Dyhct Wahl, Yale and "Now If there were only an Ursiis and a. Xcries added. The list would lie complete. Isn't there In this a lesson to prospective car buyers? Can one he too particular ahem ihc experience and pcrminc-ncy of ibc manufacturer? Tlio difficulty and expense of getting parts and service for orphan cars Is surely ample reason ".tor being sure the car you Invest your money In, it be a new nr used car, backed by a well prosper' ouu maker." t 'Studebaker' Today ;-Offcrs you in their "18 Series 'four' Greater value by hundreds of dollars you can secure Sn any other auto- mobile on the market. JO new concerns placed Automobiles on tlic ninrkct in IftJfi, and as many more were added to the list of .orphans. I became a Kludcbakcr dealer bccitiisc I was convinced tliat nl'tcr overcoming flic difficulties tbat any manufacturer bus in entering a new field tbat tbe StudcbaUci1 would short time turn out an auto- mobile eijual lo (be best, wiiii .service as their walcbword. I remain a dealer because I know tbe above is an ac- complished fact, and (bat Studcbflkcr od'ers today a car tbat embodies everything a true motorist Accessibility, Comfort and Beauty, besides a Service Sysfcm that guarantees (be maximum service (o tbe owner. J. T. Graham Studebaker Garage riionc 18-22 Sixlh Street S. STANDARD BANK OF CANADA HEAD orrice TORONTO SAFKTY DEPOSIT noXP.3 now inilalleil at Ihis Itranch (or the Icxly o( v.ilusbltf safely mid privacy, further Intorniatiou by Ilie mauager. 7iJ C. F. BLETCIIF.R, M.HIKI. COAI.HUR5V HHANCII .BRANCH D. A.CURBJE. Ai :SB. Sic.tl N. ir EVERY ONE CAN do something for his country vSome can bear arms Some can produce food Some can make munitions Some can give money It is the privilege of all lo help. YOU CAN SERVE by This is NATIONAL-SERVICE Are YOU doing, your part 1 EYES turn now to the Canadian Farmer, for he can render the. Empire SPECIAL SERVICE in this sternest year of the war. farms arc badly under- men arc needed on the land. With insufficient Man on the Land fights an uphill fight to meet the pressing need for Food. ITY" and TOWN; can help. Municipal Councils, Churches and! Schools, and other organizations, bpth of men and women, can render. National Service by directing all available labour to the Land. Farmers themselves can exchange labour. School boys can assist. Were you raised on a farm? Canybu drive a team? Can you handle fork or hoe? If you can't fight, you can produce. Spend the Summer work- ing on the Farm. Let every man, woman and child in the Dominion who has access to Land, no matter how small the plot, make it produce Food in 1917. For Informiulcm on any subject relating lo the Firm nnd Grmlen INFORMATION BUREAU DEPARTMENT 01' AGRICULTURE OTTAWA DOMINION DEPflRTWENT OF AGRICULTURE OTTAWA, .CANADA. HON. MARTIN HORRE1-U VINISTtH. ;