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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR LUTimnmr.R DAILY WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, Cb: Hlbcita DAILY AND IV CE KIT how fnnucrs o( Snulhorn Allwrltt! have advcnwly.. aff'r'w' 'his; year by an unfair duly on Im-tors.' Inslcail or making t'nujes.' ilif News 1 Telegram should applying findiug a remedy. PROVINCIAL CONSERVATIVES LAUNCH CAMPAIGN ICKED UP IN FOR THTO BUSY OF MISREPRESENTATION. Subscription RatM dellYOred. wcefc delivered, rer jesr 00 ccall, per ye.r ........KM i to ho, to lounJ in an Innocent 'toolilci Hi flour in iho Montreal trade have unre doubled In the vast Mrs. H. Morrau McCnllum way _ candidate fur li In South Calgary. Enjinf Editorial Office W. A, Ducnana- John Torrancc. ooilins Hint nf any other r.ulnxul' in I'roportlou 10 Iho njk'r ai'ii lUiiiloy.HJ military Tin? luttU imwbtT was UK'U. I U.-Cttl. II. IX Jc'msmi, of Charlollc- town. P.K.f... of liu1 Aiiuy MedU'Al coriiF, tin? boon appointed as- sistant diroolor of medicals at Ottawa, llo wns formerly in vhargo o[ lurdiral supplies of uiio'of Hiitlsh armies In and has liren Jn vharpo ut Perkier Cull for of- fleers ut 1'uUiey Heath. Surgeon-General J- T. Kolbcrlug- haui, lately rviurncd, from franco, speaking iVrtirp lliu mcinbri-s pf Queen's Own association, cit Toronto, sulil ho did ml boltuYo the end of (no war was yet slglu. the fighting now InkhtK place, lie things, ileppiuls tlu> sli-jLpiut; ol the ultlmato veacc terms. Tho war luipLl be over in ;i year, but not IT the tallies arc lo wiii the complete at which tbty atcj.. Lord Hubert Cecil Infonued (ho UrlllBh, liarlbmcul that n neutral powrr llial liad IntiuSred us to Iho licasllilHiy ot returning 10 tiermp.iiy ihu body of Vrliire Krederith Karl of I'russla. futully wlillo llyine over iho Urllteh bail been In- formed that U was Impossible al pres- cut. It had beeu euKgested liy some members that. In return, Germany be1 asked lor Hiu bodies of Iho martyred Kdllli CaveU mul t'aplalu Kryall. A delecattoii of wealthy New York. ers astonished tho UtiHcd Slates yoi- eminent by uiipcwlug before the wuys and means roiuiultleD will) tlie request thai Uio Kovcrimieut' conllsi- i-ulo every man's Income lu excels of 100.000 per yeur. They urcseiitoil figures Allowing I LI 1915 there were 3.S-4 JICTSOUS In Iho I'nUcd Slates wllh liK'oiueg In excels ot JlOOA'flO. tho lum-aso in pro flu nml Incomes elnffl 1915 tht> govern- went could obtain OHO billion and a, bill (or war uuriMuea from taxes 011 Ukcomcs. llo I'tidn Literal Mrs. Drrunan wag We "iniiotfoul I'rosidout el iho XVumcu'a lateral j a rU.5 >n of on the juri of The, u annouuceJ that a woulj lo auy lonBlh forcstrr l-aliflliou Vll] to recruitrd l'rovc Ilml Albcm is Lanark and llenfrew. because H Is under Liberal! Innocent faeis" presented OaTen nt czplry of i? rLjiK rear on address libel. arp barefaced o' papers aficr eiplratloiv. date ti j construed as to ronfeso Ihc elector authority to continue -ubscrlp-; him imo believing thai Hon. j Tory rule is the salvation oi iho pro- vince. However, if re-id ihe Itcckiet trom 10 tover. 'keeping i ia mitid what nnil Dowser- I Ism nicajit to ManUol'a and Colombia, much 'enjoyment uny bo had from th'p mon5trou5 efforis nmdc King and Cou right no-, need you PROGRESS OF THE WAR T5ir prfatly imn.ieed to allied riiliaTii ii'im liner and warmer wcatiier. hazier.iM (he decision or Ihc Vniii-il Siaie.- officials, conferring ivith tho 10 con- ftMUrate ilLCir er. .iioii co-opera- live effon in the meantime on fiipplyiufi shir? to iho allied Ftr- LO comlut ihf ?ubn'.irines. Dr.e cf ili-.1 firti of the pnvornnem hr.s boen to (urn In? German liners interned I" S. re ihe .illied rcoaomic? aiul consideration nf arc beins 'n 'he rM louniry. k Oliver Is 111 COIL fined to his room at Ottawa aud is ihreateued with pticuuioula. Lt. Clara H. 5on of Senator Cloran, of Ottawa, n-a? wounded :-ii aclloi-, He losi sicln of an eye. Abraham West, living near Tillscm- rei-eivetl word ihni liis two sons had btfco killed iu action the saiue that ilie Siiton not bpcn ;trnl Thai it gulUj- of diepilynl ploir- 10 rob will, on Dominion Day, celebrate ilin snmi-caiUennial of Cana- dian Confederation and own JUAU- guratiou .-va j city. Ibe public. A dozen and one charges are Brc be- .um old news ,__, iaio "jjapler up against Uic goveniraent and ccmfiWEiiion. from which aniiieial (They are ?U [it-even to ihe hilt wilhj limbs arc moulded. such apparent ease that one may eicused if, he cill? to mi ml ilie bond: deal pcandalE and swan anchor i pcandal of ihe geffion. and thej uttor lack of foundation for School teachers of New YcTk have iDipleted R ccDsus of all vacant lots Greater Ney York available for use ihe hooie parden ar.oveiuent. char ECS. We are treated m advance inforiua- Lioa OB ilie platform on which ihe 7 DAY FURNITURE SALE spent during our Sale will Save you Dollars "WHAT MUST HAVE AND IX OliDHlt TO .MAKE SAME FOH Oil! Sl'IJIXG I'UKCHASKS AHK OFFKKIXG GOODS IX MANY CASES 1SELOW AC'I'UAI, COS'I'. Roy Kinsman, oi Victoria, was kill- ed near whea ihe gear'ot his automobile broke and lliej car -strucR a telegraph pole. to set into- I office. The platform i? whiulcd down- Henry R Chase, aged :10 cltlpf of crnn-nr nm as lo 1brec phllta_lltmral arricaltural crcJiir and economy Inlvmted. Siales. rmtdt on May Day ai.d are tying up plaur? i-hipHy In the Rbist ihe home ol ihe from ihe in order iniu news oi strike? may not lea's out- Tio'jble in Greece is certain in >n the abdication of King al an early data Sir 11. L. Dorden made an uncon- ditional promise :o lurn over to .AI- Its calural resources in June, in an adflrcss to the electors in I-ethhridge. He ha; failed to do so. Alberta, farmers now have a Oi agricullural credits second lo There la a lull in the fighting an! none. The Farm Loan Act and the tho western From. New positions] famous Cow Bill provide a system trained near Arleiu and Oppy have, 0( loans [or farmers which Is founded consolidated and the.artillery is preparing for anoiher advance. POST YOURSELF ON CHINOOK CLU3 LEASE PROPOSAL In today's appears a copy o[ Ihe-.lcise the ciiy council l.anco Corp. Ralph Gibson, ot the Princess Pats, and before enlisting, principal of itic practice school of the Camrose Normal college, hag been killed in fiction. Rev. D. X. of Erskine Presbyterian church. Ottawa, has re- ceived a unanimous call from St. James' Square Presbyterian churuh. Toronto. Mrs- T. E. Leather was elected L o; ihe Women's Auxiliary lailon in other countries. Xo Ccn-i to the Missionary Society of the "In Niagara tlto- eTer placed such admirable Ipgisla- on Ihs features of similar leeis- tion for farmers cm the statute books. As for economy in public one has oaly to look to the reckless cese. connection with the securing I expenillLure of the Tlo Mrs. John Ken Brydou, aged M, of! Kenora. was strlcfeen with paralysis on receipt of the news ol the death govern-1 action o( bar Ma Chinook cluh property for a! menl in 1912 J9J3. ihe doubling another part of will be found a number of rea- sons advanced Tor the change. Tt.e lease Is primed and Ilia rea- worlli-' ons for it giTcu in order lhat the The Conservative opposition at Ed- may inform t Hem selves re- raonton has tried for years to prove the wliola proposal. Then If] dishoneslr In j Drrdon. Navigation at Fort was oprned for the Eeason by the steamer J. D. Barium, followed hy the J. K. Dimmick, bolh light, [rom Chicago (or grain. -----._ ...-._ The Y.'M.C.A. campaign In Edmoti- the adminlEtraliou ton lo raise JIO.OOO was a success, as np of ..employees in the various de- p'urtintills at Ottawa. ID learn what p- promises of economy are I UIJIL. lUt llLiUli 1. t Ift All Alia (her have any objections '.o raise to what has unearthei In any lo ask-, they may do EO. and n.C_ but (n vain. The This will give the comm is loners an j only conclusion is liat Ihe arJmlnls- opportunity lo learn public opinion on the proposal. trallon has bien honest in serving Ihe people, AnJ as for public'can have no quarrel In the (nlerts'.s of the Fuch procedure on Ibc parl oF the j people ot the province, the Conserva- council and ii ia up to thc-m to [live opposition ha? heen able to their views on the proposal la srrre manner. EXCUSING TKE TRACTOR DUTY; A REMEDY QE BETTER. 3ecau-e wheat is around the Calgary News-Telegram seeks lo makt an excuse for the tractor duty wlitch tnnk out. of the pockets of Lttlibridge district farmers this nothing. The natural result is that all energy be concentrat- ed ou a campaign of misrepresenta- tlon ol which duct! on. "Alberta Let production be Ihe watch word. Lclhbrldge Fal Stock Show, April that be the slogan. with wool quoled round 50 tents, spring. Here is its argument: Inspired by an article In bi poetical contemporary, (he LethL.jufcc, Herald. Tbe Calgary Liberal aulte pennissable lo speak of emits a terrible wall, Ihls morning'the golden hoof. USQ oF a of trselors tn the Canadlnn faclorlos and a duty on1 A b{ SCTeaEe thsn cver-thaff tractors which compels farmers to: bB _ a duty on machines Ihe aim ot every Ja aoulnerr, porled from toe United States. In I Alberta this of the labor and Industrial rou-j In Canada thaUiavc curlailfirt Th tl o[ the ncr the volume or manuracliiru In most I and at the same time increase In customs receipts al the price of most commotll- the Lcthbrldgc port. ties, il might he a pretty gcocl idea lo reduce the larit! for the time being. In erery direction where 3'reduction I h lc l( t. T 7 -woulrl he likely to result In reduced l'nE on tbc Job- liul hc ls _wo foai of production and more output. overtime now since Is at it. Hut wr-cllier or not. In view of Ihe 'revenue requirements of the DomSn- .Ion Just noiv Ihcre sltoulcl Le a com- t Trianele tag Columbtft university mill' training camp for sluderils and aluDnl at Dyfcer park as the first step In a plan to add courses In mili- tary tactics to Ihe regular university Dr. Malcolm MacC.illivray, trho was last year modcrtilor of the gen- eral PreEhyterian assembly, will on October 21, whicn marks the an- nivorsary oT his ordination, retire from tht active rniniilry. Plans for sending one thousand sur- geons (o Europe for scn'lce within three months In tiie allied were announced nl Washington, The men will bo picked hy (he Araerl- cau College ol Surgeons, Equal pay for woman who take mcn'B ulaces during the war waa urged by Sirs. Carrie -Cbapnian Call, of the National American Women's Suffrage association, in let- ters sent to chambers D' commerce throughout the United Slates. No flreworfts will he scld In Xcw York city during HID Fire Commissioner Adams on has sent a re- quest to every municipality in the United Slates of lO.QQD or more popu-1 latiorr to follow his lead and prohibit the sale of fireworks. II. W, Scoll. D.S.A., of the staff of the Claresholrn Echool ol aprlcul- luro. hap. been traniifcrrcd to Scdgc- vrlck for the summer Jo carry on the The Kaiser commanded a squadron work of rtlslrlct representative ol tho elimination uf Ihe duty on trac- 1 is quite another Question. With up over n buFhcl, would seem that ngricuHurlsl who profits by thai price Is about the rlKhl parly to "come wl'.h a legitimate sharo uf muclrneedetl gov- srnraejil revenue, anrJ Just as Inng as such abnormal Krnln 'prices prevail, that farmer should not object very strenuously lo paying some Httre Uixation to Ihe Rovernment In the p'.iapc nf tractor lartff, if the same ab- normal war conditions that have caun- crl abnormal rrhcal prices ore re- for an alnoTina] sjlualloo In Canada so far nu tractorfl arc con- c-frrncd, But we wouM point out to the News-Telegram that if wheat were So ccnla per it wouM he all the same. The farmer's ability to of the British fleet for an hour one day Jn June-1911. Ihcn U has lad Mm prelfy well In command. lias lo do Tv-Jth Ihe fat-l thai tractors of Canadian make arc not available. The farmers' ability lo pay fliiriiiKtca with the season and the prJco.for grain, ThR fluty on farm Ira Is fixed. We have given actual facts M lo Alberta has sheep, ol which litlong to members of the South Alberta TA'ool Growers' lon with headquarters- at Leth bridge. Land deals running Into Ihe sli are boromlng everyday occur- rences In Ibis part of Southern Al Lerla. And the best of H Is, they are legitimate It i-i good newa that the 'air build- Ing3 arc lo be put bach In shape, U may not la lo hold a fair thla year, bul Icl us licgln preparing for that fat p.lock show next spring. PRISONERS WAR STRIKE. Kiev, ItuBEln, London. April 23, PrlEonrrs of war employed on. muni- tion work here have gone on strike, They deirand an eight hour day and belter conditions. irovinclal department of nj The ll'deati Kinu, whloh opcrnlcd ijpnvccn KlnRston antl Ot- j lawa for itie nast thirty year a, hui, IjT'Eii purchased by John Donnelly, nf .he Wrecking (ornimny, I from thn, Rldeau l.-ahea NavlgalEon i Because fish served him was not to hi? liking, William Martens, a yoiinff Gcrmati lulcmcd al. Henry, i, threw the rllah and Us con- Into the face of Capl. Wlllinrn Gibson, He wr.a ar- rafgned hcfore Farrcll and committed for trial, Major I'. C. II. Primrose, pollcr- magistrate and ofTlctr In command of (he Edmonton battalion, Reserve Mil- Ufa, han received official nottfltatlon of hf.s appointment lo the rank of qnd the confirma- tion of the other officers oi the lie- serve .Militia offfclal gatoltc', A'l tolnl of -men have benii given the Canidftu I'acffic rall'ff'av lo the Urltlsh arrnK accord- Ing lo figures compiled, a number Easy Chair and Rocker A pair of massive easy chairs. The kind that make life vjorth while. Upholstered all over in Genuine Leather, hav'ng spring form stats and back. Regular Sale Price A Solid Quartered Oak Box Chair, minion design and finish with genuine cushion for back and automobile box] sests. Regular >J5.GO. Sale Price Dining Room Suite Ten pieces in Solid Mahogany, Colonial design. Buffet has high back with shelf ami mirror, two" cutlery and one linen drawer and three large cupboards. Tabk Is pedestal design with extra large top. Chairs have Spanish feather seats and high backs. Serving Tabtc and Chinn Cabinet which has bent glass ends and mirror has bent glass ends and mirror back. The beautiful lines and workmanship of Ihis suite csnnol bs described. Just visit our store and see it for yourself. Regular Sale Price DRESSING TABLE AND CHAIR Made of Solid Oak In thsl New Belgium Grey Finish. Jusl the thing for misses' room. Regular Sale Price 1'KRIOI) DESIGN EXTENSION TAHLE This Ts n piece of furniture worthy of consideration in a rich dark fumed finish. Table is extra heavy built with a 48 inch top and loot ejileridori. Regular Sale Price S35 A CIRCASSIAN WALNUT CIIIFJ-'OMEK A piece suitable for any gentlemen's room. Having four and two small drawers. Made of the genuine Circassian Walnut, with large British plate glass mirror. Regular 560.00. Sale Price BUFFET In a straight line design, having l.irge cupboard, with .shelf, large linen drawer and 1 wo .small drawers on; of whicrt.jt H.neci for silver Ware. British plate mirror in bach. Hegular-S3lpb.V Sale Price SHOWING OF NEW BEDROOM CRETONNES SPRING ARRIVALS IN ALL THE NEWEST COLORiNGS FGS THE SPRING SEASON OF'1917. SHADES AND PATTERNS FOR ANY SCHEME YOU HAVE IN MIND. CTJKTA1XS We have a "job lot" of Novelty Curtains in ecru shade. Well designed in a good strong net. Prices range Irom to J8.00 per pair. We have priced AA them from 52.50 to___.......... D.UU Priced 20c, 35c andSOc BORDERED BEDROOM. SCRIM 4 in a fina quality scrim. A ft ECc per yard. On sale, per TAPESTRIES We have a large assortment of upholster- ing lapeslry.' is th? time lo. have lhat chair re-upholstered. ?rlce from Me to M i VISIT THIS STORE DURING SALE WEEK AND GET ACQUAINTED WITH THE WONDERFUL VAUU ES WE OFFER AND THE COMPLETE LINE OF DRAPERIES, ETC., WE CARRY NOW THAT YOU ARE SPRING CLEANING. Our BeautifulAxminister and Wilton Rugs Have just come to hand. Made in sort pile with stiff back. Rugs that will nol roll or kick up In de- signs ai.d coloring? lhat arc repro- ductions of expensive Oriental rugs in all sizes From "Save'" Miles and Miles of Steps In these days of efficiency a Kllcher Cabinet is nol only J con- venience, but a necessity. liiikiug Cabiiiols from...... Kilclicii Cabinets from...... nil ......ifB'.OO up Refrigerators Summer is earning anJ lhat much needed refrigerator to keep your milk, etc., coot is lacking. Lei us attend to your wants. in KA We have them from................................... Sec for voiirsclV our special Unss itoris, Iron Kcds, Stoves, Hcnlcrs, Music Calrincts, IJuhy elc. TWO ONLY HALL STANDS. One in Golden Oak, the other finished In Early English. Sale Price TWO ONLY MAGAZINE AND PAPER RACKS, One In Imitation Mahognny, the other In Imitation Oak. Regular Sale Price A FINE QUARTER CUT SECTIONAL ROOK CASE. In Fumed Oak. Consisting of top, base and three GSctlons, with leaded glass from. Regular JX Sale Price WE HAVE JUST OBTAINED THE AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED PATHE GRAMOPHONE AND RECORDS AND HAVE A CHOICE SELECTION OF BOTH RECORDS AND MACHINES OH HAND, CALL AND LET U3 SHOW THEM TO YOU. BA WDEN BROTHERS HULL BLOCK COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS. LETHBRIOOE. PHONE 129 ;