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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUH Tire DAILY HKKAUJ Hlbcvtn PAILV AND WEEKLY. Subscription delivered, ptr rcee Tilly, delli-ercil, per Bally, by mall, per yenr .Weeily, by mnll, per year y y, mill, per year to U.B..1! OB I lor tind wcdlcnl conveniences, fully realize tho need. Onco Iho matter HJCViUU brought before the Provincial juverDniPiit It did nol li'.ko long to f-jlrv Us support and Ihe present nioft- sura IR Iho result. H will, now be passible Tor hospitals Io Lc establish-' ed by the people 1Q rural communities, being mnde for their creii- llon and operation. The lUElllutloo. onJuct ot Fucli a Id Lett entirely wllh the people. It will bo Haiti: TELEPHONES Oltlco Editorial Oilice W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director. John Torraiu-e, Huiluess- Manage nates of eiplry ot subscriptions Ap- pear tofk: II 'will pay -you 16 stc Ed. Pypham, Dar- Jons for A' iat. ,'lsfljd patron li my but aivtr- 'unqiintYHavIng- 30 'years' In railing 'and hand- ling all of live tfid Knoy( the .Jhli li tho secret o( my at an auelkneer. I9ALE DATES ARE n iTht lalo Edlion Simpson Ttjeidoy, Sec M-12-JZ, cast of Blroni, Horsei, riachlntry. POPHAM, The Baroni Auctioneer i ELECTRICAL )SUPPLIES AND ALL KINDS OF ELEC- TRICAL WORK. AND ALI W.L.? I PHONE i tfc Co. 718 3rd Avc. S. ffeinin's Aiilo. Livery 24 Hour Service Capable DrlverB Phone 1312 Dillai Hotel There arc pome prospec-ts ot an om money I Major Gcnernl F. L. l.cssard. wh (tag been Inspector general of military forces in Eastern Canada for eoino (lino past. Is to be clltcf Fidjen-ycaMW Margaret Blaylock al Ot As- officer In" the provlnrc of Queliec: had wl h of MacWnl39 Am- General Lcssard will tako of corktiil- bJS voiii met bv afenmared Society of Engineer., Cana- In Iho jirovlnco an.l hb chance! In hadten American councils. For cfTcrts arc expected ,o provide good taken Intoxicated from the saloon to some lime Ihe relations Lctwccn thcsa a room of a girl friend. Margaret's "reanlzallons have Leon strained and moLucr fainted alter her Oanghlcr'a testimony. 1 S1 'A "barred zone" regulating rtccol- ielle gown eipoaures IQ ball rooms. Joseph Marlln's first vote In Ihe British house of commons s'nco his return was cast against his own parly TTI tlto retirement (bceausu at ill' ,j. from the cdiiorshlp of tlie Mil- Vj be eslahllsbeU by. Lho stale of chell Advocate of W. R. Davis, jour Illinois'if aa amendment offered. Ly loses Us For 57 years S.McCarter. has purchased ihe Moun-' Senator Bonvir li? a bill is adopted. Mr. Llairis r-nhlislicd the Advortitfi lain Chief silver corner inlnc at Re- Senator Dcrivlr's amendment ivould record probably without parallel prohibit at iiublic dances women Irom Ihe Canadian newspaper field, If tn- any dress that exposed the deed In America, body below a line drawn from shoiil- The ofttelal board o! the Whig- made lair at this will materially in- It for doping (hat something would lurni lip within three years io. enable Ihe -people with the of a change. Is now 'the Opposition approrat on Ihe Government; It can moke all Iho wild charges H but -the people will not be Impressed. lion Trill be which creiso the status of the TTOOICH or this proTioce. This la a Dower'Act, a hint of which has been In the press. Under this act a married, woman'will hate a life In- terest In the family homestead, whether It be a farm in the country, or a home In the city. When the new act is placed on Ihe statute books, a murrled woman Trill he able to re- main In unquestioned aud undisputed possession- of the family homestead during the Ijpfaole of hsr lifetime. 1( ier husband dies leafing a will dis- posing of the homestead the document will not be operative, until the death ot the-TTiie. "What, the act does do Is assure thai IL shall be set apart her use and poascaslon while she' lives .Instead of being disposed oC at tha will and fancy of the husband andj leaving the wife without a' home. Thls'ia a most advanced bit of slatliJiT, and we.are sure that ihp. wo- rnen of the provfnce cannot help bat vfow It wllh great fsvor. for Arnold SfcDopiM, G'.Sarnla. was In- stantly killed when an cjectrlc lamp der Up to shoulder up. vis'-handed-him Inside a holler he was repalrlns. .Typhoid fever is epidemic In nml about Farnham, Quo., a hundred and Flity cases having been reported In ihe town alone. Mrs. Pairick Doyle! Owen Sound, was found dead on a courh eL her home when her niece, who resided with hsr, came down to breakfast. Waller lloorc was fa J ally Injured hy tlie explosion of a fire extinguisher at the Alpoma Steel Corporation plant at Sault Ste. JIarle, OnL The death of Major Duncan S. Storey, of Midland, formerly of Ihe 152nd battalion o( Parry Sound, oc- curred at the base hospital, Toronto. TJr. Caarles A. Fisher. 37 years olfl. son of Lieut-Col. C. E. II. Fisher, post office inspector of London, and a well known physician, la dead at Detroit. A. J, McDobgall, a natire of Glen- garry, Ont., and an the provincial public works department at Edmonton for eight years, 15' dead. L. b. McDonald. Belleville, wus fined J200 and costs for having a. broken package of liquor in a place other than his .on Ihe proposals ot the speaker's conrvrenca' extending ihe franchise and simplify SUE clectloiia. ''_ r. NEW QUARANTINE. C., -OI- ficials of the slate department torlny Methodist church has extended confirmed reports thai American re- John Bettln. road inspcc- a unanimous call to Rev. E. F. workers withdrawn from Uel- lor In the employ of Ihp, highways de- strong. U.A., U.O., who is closing' uorlhcrti' France, wilt Lc partraent o[ the' Saskatchewan gov- three years' pastorale Iu the town of taken to tier many iliid subml'ltcil to a trnmcnt was sentenced to six mouths Essex. Rev. J, W. llibbert, the pas- short "uews quarantine." r- PROVIS10N FOR THE RURAL The VroTlncial Government's Hiira" Bill gives rural munlcIp the pawcr Io own and operate hospi-: lals. ll.cables, them laies for Ihis purpose- It Iri a mistaken Idea that the fiov- Brnmcnt. contemplated operalinj such hospitals; ft never had an idea along fhnl line In Ms head.. It would hare been an JipposslbllUy for the Govern- ment (p venture upon such an under- liking. What-It is doing is giving rower for the ami tirilntebance of "such very much need ed Jn the raral dJstrJets, Ol course, the GoverDmcnt will easlsl hojpllali, wllh' money gr'anla Jiibl as ft ilways done In the .case of Iho hospttblf. Tho rural hospital Is a great neces )lty in newly scttli-d dfstrlcLa far frnm Ihe "ptcler seltled towria1 with Lhcl.r lios Only those who have lived Rev. Harold Payne, of Preston, late of Fogo. Newfoundland, an Anglican minister, has signed up with the 215th Branlford, making four ministers In that battalion. W. F. Maclean, M.P. for South York, was condemned by his Conservative constituents for his stand on the nickel question and also for his advo- cacy of a. coalition gorernmcnt for Canada. H- M. Effrlck of Niagara Falls claims he h-ia the largest egg ever laid In the Niagara district. It Is S 1-2 Inches by 6 3-4 Inciiea in size and weighs five ounces, and a hlack Minorca hen Is resnonslble- Hon. Martin BurrcH, njJnlpter of agriculture, says he understands or- 2'000'000 Kng.. paper pays nob Rogers power behind the throne." That means, we suppose, that Doll's hare been placed In Brltlah Co- naii nn (tin hfn ut r i I'lTDbla for more than 2.COO.OOO nounik cau. on me hing Drought quick suits'. faui.. Jo the The New VorV Times' rollitarr ci- In an article on the German re- tirement on tie weal front jays: A3 to tho reasons tor the more, there may haxc been scvtral. Rome of these have heen mentioned in pre- vious references Io this retreat, 'u must be remembered, firsl, that Ihis is the planlme; Eeason In nil agricul- tural countries in this climate. Ger- many is sadly Iu need or rood, anj this need will Increase as the spring progresses until the neit crop Is bar vested. At Ihe fame time, German) Is, or pretends to be, conducting a starvation campaign, against Great BrttaCri which she stalei she (Joes no1 eiped to he elfccllve until lie sum mer. It would seem, then, to he ralher a pocullar time ot the year for Gerniany with nn compelling neccs sity urging her on, to rclinqulnh to the. Allies, .ivhq have'' lt> Import t-o much of their foodstuff: square miles of good coiuilr? miles away from a doc- country. over agricultural In Ihe Central Presbyterian church, Jalt a bronze tablet was unveiled by lohert Cranston, the oldest member ol the teselon, to the memory of Rev n. Dickson. B.D., Ph.D., who died V 1915, and to his wife, who died In 1DD2. Oiflrerp whn have been trained for service In Canada and who have liccti their chance under the Dri- llsb flag by Ihe militia, may fight under the American flag. Word Io affect was current In Calgary military circles. J, L. Buchan, former manager of the Nelson branch of the Canadian Bant of Commerce, has been elected presi- dent of the Board of Trada of Sarnla, Ont-, where he holds the position of manager of the flank of Commerce. __ I Premier DM water ot Drlliah Coliim bta, has Introduced the new equal guardianship act which gives mothers the Eirae powers as In EuardiariEhlp of children. Mothers Many a Doctor's Bill will be Saved by Wcai Rubbers this Spring CPRINGTIME in" Canada means wet feet to all who try to get around without to most people wet feet mean colds, coughs or more serious sickness, besides the damage to shoes that much, these days. This last item, alone will more than pay for the rubbers, while the protection from sickness and doctors' bills is many times what they cost. ,VS in the case of everything else, when'you buy rubbers it pays to buy them right. Our Trade Marks illustrated here are recognized the Dominion over as a sure guide to rubbers of highest quality and longest service. Look on ihe sole for. one of these Brands: "MERCHANTS" "DOMIMION" "JACQUES CAP.T1EH" ''GRANBV "MAPLE LEAF" "DAISY1 Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co. LIMITED Largest Manufacturers of RaUer in the British Empire EXECUTIVE OFFICES HOKTBEAL, SEVEN LABGE, UP-TO-DATE HANDFACTUniHG PLAHTS IN CANADA 28 "SEBVICE" BUNCHES AND WAREHOUSES THBOUGHOUT CANADA King's Express Transfer. nuri DRAYINC OF ALL KINDS COA1YC..O.-D. I'lioiie 1050. OFFICE AT ARCADE BOULTQN'S AUTO LIVERY Lelhbridge, We know the country thor oughly. We have hati the'experience. is paid for. J DRAWING OF- ALL KINDS 419.13th SL j DRAYING Of All.'Kinds Western Transfer Co, Limited P. R. Freight Shedi PHONES Office Stablei 10M Rr.iltftnce .Phone Call; .Day or" Nightl Day Phone, Palace Confectitn- ery C66 Henderien Garjge, Hyrfwd Mo Liwj A. big. OnVo! the beat atitl-'most comfortable cara "Jn City Io rJils In. TRIPS PREFERRBO us at the Potatoes Watnted rtust Phone 732 or call at Saimders Haj and Co. IrA S. EAHWlNlt ;