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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TRF. LETHBHmOR DAILY HERALD TUKSDAY, MAY 1, 1917 alberta PAILY AHP VVEEKV.V.. 1 lubecrlptkn Dmlly. delivered. delivered. per year ......15.00 Dally, by mall, per year ........4VN by mall, per yeir ......JtSfl 'U per year bo made in conjum'limi vith seu- eral and, M its early nrrtral every ounce cF turner should applied toward stcurine this gen- eral veaci1. ,Ttu> defend is m Kuroi'O." TELEPHONES Office THE FRUITS OF PROTECTION. The situation rircil by the farmers of the .'.Iftrli'l In ler ot lUe protocteil tractor on vrhifh inb poVHliment refu to remove Ihe duty, is causing vli comment throughout the country The Allwmn In Us Monday issue under ncadlug. "Fri'Ms c! Two hundred tractors hive Veen si'M in the I.c'.hbritKe district this PICKED PASSING flenosrarbers may fortu a In a lomiwr-iry fn J-MUCS Clarke, a luouldcr, of llrookville. bis wife and ibcn Itillcd blmseif, >Y. R. Kfed, an Ontario man, has npuol'jlpd deputy uiiniiter cl agriculture in New Druuswlck. Tbc l an- W. A. Bucnanan President and Manaslcs Director. ohn Business Bfttes ot esplry ot dr'ly on label- Accept- ot papers alter data li anlhorilr to continue iubscrlp- Won. King Country yo right now I THE PROGRESS pF THE WAR The Brltlsli ecmgfd over thr aati. to the b'rklpe Hei-ald. onlv ihrev ol machines-ol Canadian manufac- ture. All the others wore ol Ameri- can manufacture, and tbe farmer? paid duty. Tue i.t-iu- brMse paver n ram; Imrlf-weni dealtr? of l.eihbridg? last week, and lennied Ihat one firm ...ti id total of SO. Hut couM Ilie hsTfl secured'more machines, and had the yrinc been more reasonable, rhcy tould have strtd -a preat mauy more. (The farmery want tractors to Up production, b'ut they ccnnol thcu. One farmer out of every 25 would, uso B iraclor !n Southern Al- berto Ihls yesr If he could sol It, Hut on every machine purchased across ilie border (he western farmer Is i nouiu-c the discontinuance until fur- ther notice c-f the parcels post service to America. A daughter torn to Dr, ans? Mrs. Walter Uncldocfc, Lewis! on, Idaho. I tame lulo ihe world wiiL uvo woH I developed tcclh. Dr. Bradiock Is a in z. desperate attempt to jng duly fa order to "proV-cl" a Mch supplies less r ___ pf the demand, n madlau Industry which is .not" at- d ell very and lias iurn the nonhorn end of the Drocoutt- Canadian than two per cenl. Oucanl line sud made advftnrcs on a of oTf with stoni resisiance. To ihe on a fl niett-J (e: foil iue ol capturip-E ArJeui, juFi titi ot Ylmy ridge, an- u'ther vital point made to the British in 1 their newly sained in prer-araLioa lor (he I machines out ol every 200 urgently not onough and sagacity to enable il to exist wiihout lngi pap-fed hy ihe nation to the cslent of 527.50 oa every of Its output. Slxiy thousand dollars lo protect an wnlch supplies only three The supreme wurt al Helena. Monl.. dei'tded lhal when an automobile and B horse or nmle drawn vehiclo collide ihe ownor of iht automobile Is for damages. Mrs. Wilson and Miss Helen Wood row nones, wile and con sin of the iiresldcal, are sewing for Ihc Rod Cross. They are rtoinp Ihc ueedlc work rcraonally-. Sir Ernest ShacWetoa. the Ant arctic explorer-.Is going back to land to enlisi in tbo army in France. he announced oti his trilval at New York from the AD unusually LlgL prlcr for mink sbinc was paid at the International fur auction at St. a loc of 126 further drive on the I.fns dclences. The Canadians captured the village a though iheir losses are lo be rs'.hor heavy. The fightlns fs of the fiercest nature. Artillery filling is heavy between Arras and Lens and also on ihe French fro3il in Champagne. required piracy on western ard an on the con- to ihe the farmers must pay the maclvnc-ry'dealers and '1 this to of production ot eirra dark pells being sold lo a re- tail furrier in New York at 51-UQ each. Dayslaiid, Alta, and. Methodist churches have uulted. Harper, polico magistrate and uiuyor of Oui-, ts dead, Ho waa 52 years of ngc. W. J. ciftrkc. 6vi ypars of ase, far chock or, tormerlc n protulnenl Petto- leau, was killed in at IVindsor by O.P.H, yards jolted oH a car. a Hull, a street vendor o[ potatoes, drowned himself In ILe Avon at ttath. Kng. because ho could uol obtuiu iwtatoes. which goYormu'.'iit crcdil will bo lil rd ted 10 niU'j to central rcfiherlos ID Jftuialc-a. Tlift rroula of tbo vcaluro aro to bo stiar- ed by (ho uiul tliu ouuo fsnufrs. Jamaica believes thai im- liorlal itretoieiK-o will1 Lo iho emulre's (uiui'c policy. ABUSE OK FREE SPEECH, J S. McCmUum. P., for Vpere Villo ivas selection of ilio Liberals of Yeerevillp, provincial constituency assembled iu convention at Yog re- villp. v Tho city council of St, NV B.. decided not to have daylight saving in St. Johu-llils summer hul lo mem- orialize ihe provincial and dominion government for a nation-wide scheme. Mrs. Now MeXlehol, widow o[ Pte. (Hamlllou Herald.1 If. C. Hocben. ex-mayor ol Toronto editor ot the SenUnoI, should bo required (o explain what good object ho to oblalu by go- iug about publicly itupuklnij bad uio- to his Hoiuau Catholic fellow- citzftjis, eApresslus doubt us lo Iho ficnutnpucss of their loyalty 'end uc- tlicm ot lukowflrmucsa lu tbo cause of freeilom and 'leuiocracy. Ills nilschcUous activitifsj nicliod ft yesteriliy wlieu he addressed Ihe ministerial assocaitbou of London ud tolu the ministers tlial lUero Is a ccrol uinlerelHudiiin between the j nud tbe kHic-or fitnl that Uio bl- iugual agitation in Quebec Is leillv religious inovciuenL It Is i ng lo notice lhal soiuo of lila erial so fa.r (rum beLiie -Mr. Ilocken's uileraiices. ooV blui sovt-rely lo tasX and rebuked ilm for his J'rotcstsnl fanaticism Is- not less eyellcnt thnn Calholtc bigolry. Ka. _ :lally al u time such as this, when the Alexander who in France, and whose only s-on lias been rfporltd missing for some time, has bcon appointed postmistress at Cloyno lu b'rcnlcnac county, Ont. Uenry Pnlist, nephew of (he rich Milwaukee brewer, who ts said 16. be many a millionaire, was accept- ed nt Salt Lake City by the rocruitliiR office ot the- marine guard. Pabst'wlll serve as n private, The Toronto board of education have arranged to gel lllhos'ra copies of Alexander Mulr's picture _ with tht verses of "The Maple I-enl" announced that the- Manllpba umlcrnealh. to supply (o any clasa trial ol Ino thrso oir nodmond Roblln and Hon. MosErs. Howden and Cold well, because of (Tie He crop; ihe public must pav and the urobnbillty of mnnw BTerr time It buys k loaf j disagreement. of bread. More ilian Ilritlsh BnAt CsnadJan soldiers and P.-itish and] J- Dragdon, MinneapDhs There are stronger rumors. will hunger next! Uonaire- must serve from one conlinned, now, Ihni the iion Of King to lor Ihe wheat Vhlch was UotlBeven in tlie sLate penltcnUary. anllne Is billed (or( grown hy the farmers who could not supreme court Iiauded doivu throoe to the crown pnnce, and leave ihe country by ot Hair for of the house In Erfaaaton anrt urges J Chinese rcsiauraiits tare the on farmers o[ Ibis province, as their solemn duly. cultfratlon of every acre of arable land. The farm- ers rush (o the machine shops for the machines, and the manufacturer has not the goods.. Across an Imaginary) line, 50 miles south, in an allied conn-1 IT'S ON US AGAIN; .BEMEMBER 1911. Canada may as well prepare fcr il. deliiso is cominp. Jobn A. 31.P., prepared us for it the othr-r nicht at a ward Conservative toeetiDg In Toronto Trteii he de- jclared: "Before very loop we mar be con- ...fronted .with an "Selection.. 11- we are turned out of olilcc I feel sbrrr for jio rvrnpathr soldiers. Itj ooly IIP thai Clement which Is opposed to the war; "It we arc defeated who be fn the life and marrow of our population j against him June on of a Can aii an manufacturers who send only three tractors lo Weslero Can- ada where 500 are purchased. B. n. DpoDeJl stands on the floor crime, against a girl. The attorney-general is authority for the statement that employ white Shortage'of. help had worried the Chinese restaurant keepers at Hamilton anil tbcy-iook the mailer up wltb. ILelr consul-gen An Important deal tor Jlie Camrosn dUlrict. tlic fiini of has Just been culminated. Tho inter- ested parties arc J. It. McKcnzio, of Hound Uill. nnil J. flills, or Days- land, .Mr. Hills bought the McKeczIc ranch witli it. a siilenrtiil herd of Pcreheron and Bclgnn horses. In the Italian triwrt numerous olior olnlmente rilhout Tills wouderful herba] balm liag many or diseases adcr olhcr Uealintnls had Jailed. Mra. Minnie Carmltsbacl, 0[ T2 5lh Are., Montreal, v.TSteg: For a long lime I suITercd with wet eczema. I tried ointment afttr 'ointment witioiil an? benefit. Finally I rent to a hospital [or treatment, iul this had no effect.' The disease conllnurd as had as ever. Then a Irlcnd rceommeflded Zira-Buk, and I commenced using It. It was really 'marvellous tbf: bealtng nosers ot this balm became apparent. Ibe In- flammation and Koreneas irere Boon drawn out, the Irritation iris ended, and lielore long Ibe sorts Rhovrta signs ot healiuc. lo Bay, I persevered, and I am lliankful lo be -Mi to tell you I tm noif lomjilelely cured. J rtould lllle you to nubllsh my letter In beneat of olhor aufferergj ag eMryone shoulil know or Zam-rjnjr." Zam-Buk Is equally' good'tor oM woundj, rlngvrorm, ulteri, Kooi- nolMnlns, salt rheum, holli, tcalp pliej, burnn ucalda, cuts and skin Injuries. All trugflcts or Xam-nuk Co., Toronto. Ctlc. boi, 3 fjr J1.25. They Melt the Mouth You'll get a new idea ct how good soda biscuit can be, with your first bite of DAIRYMEN! You will find a steady market fgr your cream And milk with ui. Highest price We can supply you with cant at following prlcei: 5 gallon cans S gallon cans us "for prlCem. We aqtnls for the BEATRICE CREAM SEPARATOR. The best an-the Easy to operate and saves you 25% to 40% the Initial coat. THE mm DAIRY no. LITHBRIDGE CARPKT CLKAMNG Vacuum Cleaning IK all 1U ranches. WILL HAYTEH- HOI 11lh SL S. ELKS CLUB AllwrU Wock eidlnc Fcom. ROOM. Bit- Ilirds. ItcRulw mMiluji. let ui4 3rd Tbursdmys. vrftl- W. L. Cl.fk. EullcH Huler. RMIK AlbtrU SecrMarr. SUPPLIES AND ALL TMICAL W.L. McKenzle Co. rHONE U7 Avt. 8. P. KING'S AUTO LIVERY Aixade Auto Livery 24 HourvScrvlcl Capable Phone 1312 Dallas Hole) Plain or Silted. In Packages only Try our COCOAHUT WAFERS They are dainiy and Eftcrnoan tea. Packagej only. Morth-Vcst Biscuit Co., LimiUd EDMONTON ALTA. 6 P otatoes Wanted! LOTS on CESS _-. Ija fjjo'tl sired, Efl-jnd Plionc 732 or cail ai Saiuulfrs Tiny ami Grain Co. Zn'd'-Avcnuf Alberta Picture Gallery ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMING Moved from lllc south ID tlic ,nrat si.le o: Ihc carry the most up-to-date Block or mouldings anil picture lii the province. Orders promptly ilellvprcd. Masquerade cnslnincs, wigs and masks. Doll Hospital ffllCIOR OWNERS ARE YOUR CNGIHES EQUIP. SPRING WORK We" aVe well equipped io handle .-all Kinds of repairs. High-grade al a riasonable .price ir moftu. We Guarantee Satisfaction Our Prices Arc Right, N1VEN BROS. 2J6 Firs! Ave. S. Phon; 1732 The Hudson Auto LJTCTJ A big Sli Cjlladcr car. One of the beat and moat comrorlablc cars In the city lo rldo In. COUNTRY TRIPS PREFERRED Reilrfence Pdore Olf or Night. Day Phone, Palace Confection- ary "Meet ui at the Palict." llmmlra Hotel Auto Livery OVERLAND AND CHALMERS CARS L NIGHT AND DAY Phone Clerk, 717 10-10 BOULTON'S AUTO UVERY Lcthbridge, AlbtrU We know the country thor cughly. We have had the experience. it paid (or. TRY US. Flume 1206 AUCTION SALE OF Household Furniture Tomorrow, Wednesday AT TWO At 12.T2 Sixth Aveuiie'A. S W.L WILSON, Auctioneer, IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM J. E. CRUM, ESQ., TO SELL THE FOLLOWIIIG; 1 solid swell front; hcycl plate glass mirror; 2 sollil oali ilinera, golden, upholstered In leather; 3 solid oak dlncrSj mission; 5 Eolld oak diner's, cane scat; 1 round cxtens Ion table; 1 card table; 1 combination book cdse and Tvrittng dcaK, with glass front; 1 oak couch upholsterer! In velvet; 1 round centre taWe. n-Illi glass feel; round centre lahlo In nollil oak, [ancy carrecl other cerilro tables In odd Rlzcs; 1 oak rocker, leather seat; 1 mahogany rocker, leather scat; 1 oak rocker, cnne gnat; 1 solid oak bedstead; 1 solid oaX dresser, awcll front with heavy htvcl plali, glass mirror, size 25x31; 1 solid oak wnnh Bland, front; 1 solid oak licdrooin table. This bedroom suite, all matches" nml Js an excellent suite.; I heavy braca hcd, with roll spring and mallresa; Wilton square, she Pxl2 feel; 1 Rnissoig Rquore. slvn 'j.v.1014 lent; about 21 yards of Ingrain rarnot; eovcrnl small In .various fllzes; sevoral pnlra ot fnncy acrlm flnd lace cyr- talns; 4 fancy sora niliows; 4 ail fcalhcr nlllows; 1 pair portieres; 1 parlor lamp; li window blinds with Insertion; I fall lent tablo; 1 Utcncn cabinet., base; 1 kllchen'cuplioarri; 1 6-holc range with high closcl, reservoir and hoi wnlcr connection; garden tools, hots, rakes, Khovcls, wrcncfics and many other articles. TERMS CASH .NO RESERVE Sale Tomorrow Wednesday, May 2, at 2 FOR ANY OTHER INFORMATION' ASK THE. PHONE 1023, DOMINION BLOCK, King Edward's AUTO LIVERY Phone 1016 Atlas Transfer GRAYING OF ALL KINDS Office Frank Miles' Boot Store Phone 1717 117-6 GRAYING Of All Kinds WesteraTransferCo, Limited P. n. Olllct Sbblet DRAYING OF ALL KINDS PMONt IMS Turner A Witchell .Office ill K.nrwdy'l 410 Uth ;