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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUI1 THE LEnmnnx-.E HERALD MAY S, 1917 ID: letfobribge HlUevta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription asllrerea. per such an organization is up vtlitle the war Is OH and tbe problems are lii tho future, ir It Is risht thsi "In limp of peace prepare lor tear." U is equally rljht ibst "in time' prepare tor PMCC-." Canada by now ebouM have falriy srisu ot the Internal t problems pesce will bring- The thins Pally, delivered, per year .....-5V03; to do Is lo crystallite Ike forces that ay, evere, per year by mil. per vear st wort rrtraliniii! usslml at- Weeilr. br mill. per year Sl-W the rvturnod soldiers. Into chll r. by mall, per year to U.S..JI.OJ TELEPHONES 1SS1 Editorial Office 1: W. A. Buctianan. President and Mnmeins tirwlor. JoHn Kuslntss' Miuigct. life uioro. Jnd decide on the best plsu to mef. tbe problem. Monday's m.'eliug here lo Cieal with Ibe (inestlons will be Important. It U a primary to Uie Caljary raiivvt tlon for the provlnre. which in turn is primary lo the Dominion conven- jtion a! MomrMl. the public of 'ar.aila Dstej ot eiplry o! subscriptions ap- pear ct'Iy on ajdresj Irtel. Lnce ol papers after elplrfttioi data '9 autQoritjr to cctnllnue lilt jubicrlr- tlon. a serious Interest in matters In the rjay be expected ?rom the conference. l't be afraid to ask the owner ot i .1 vacant lot for the use of it as s iitn.. He his probably heard the cry for more production. Veur King antf Country n'eed right now' j cannot be classed as i good when production Is the cry farmers may be eicueed it lUey BO the limit to eel In a 7HE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The consideration of :the problem jacrefge. of meeting lhe submarino icenace has I brought a decision. In Enel-jnd to Tfr! We Jo riot wish to appear undnly organize the aimlrally bul-we may be excused for enrniirins K the Letbbrldte Aulomo bile club sTartcr" a self- doesn't appear lo be ruuch "go" for'EUch an organttattoa. bat the menace, fip.J propose.d. will take piece cording to It Is also that Sir.Edward Carton roay resicni as of the aamir: !u Ihe United Stales .the experts oi the nation are upon tig submarine problem .and. upon laven: lions that will Bid in combattlns It- would Ire avail- The lull lu Ihc tbe.allies.. V Imi front continues, and, Ht-jir-gtc-h nni: QUawa might loek counter-attacked' who. great 11, is esliBWled that IE the icomen Akeiictv would resolve lo Use only "VTholo vrheal flour for inc.; bushels more PICKED UP fOK THE SUSY E. Grlerion. a well known Mtckar, o! Klldounn. Mm. timer of EJicoutoii, In dead, tied 77. Ho had lived li for over thirty years. Utul. Herbert Smellle. brother cl 11. Smellle, of Proctor. B.C.. illc-d ot wounds. Ho enlisted at W. J. Dgwulng and G. A DovyliliiB. brothers, or Calgary, sue oil the same 'lills aud heir to many millions, by ire. The damage 1 estimated at 50.000 with, insurance ot San Francisco as n private In regular sriuy acd wilt be sent to the aviation si'bool at San Dlepj. where he inleuds to wort for. a The Toronto city council decided I nsl; the Dominion parliament to allov ouly (hose enemy aliens who hav Chief of Police Esslemonl, of Brandon, received official rjotlQcatlon from OUsira that bis second soil. lu Canada ?5 years or those INK relatives III inc British forces I vote Qt any war lime eleclion. William Essletnonl, had killed in action. Both ot Hard coal has gone up -75 cents and Mrs. Esslemont have now It Is iioiv selllni; tn Winnine killed in 512 spot cash) otherwise jto one of tre larger (lea George Conkllne. one of the best knciim telegraphers in the Soil coal has also sdvaui-ed some srades to the extent of fl.2 May The listlns (or the recall oT F. J. DIxou, C'eutre DisoD. on Iho grounds lliat that Eeil- tlemaa tas been guilty 6( and of active opposition to ullnul and military i Mr. Dlxon lastsls that be Is not boimil to rfilfii unless electors tile 'pttitlon. Thero 'Is an ailJItlouiI list of 4110 uaoiOB but this will sot be depoeltci] In the house until all the names have os carefully checScd as were the on the [Iril'blp The dairy cow Is llto n good Invest- ment. You gel bacls moro than vou put In. CONCERT BY THE FESTIVAL CHOIR WILL HELD IN KNOX CHURCH Under of thl Locil CommlHM, Miwlol Friday Evening, May 4 AT 8.30 SHARP Admission 54k- It to regain viiit-poiUionpat-haye teen repulsed in aimoit every .case.'. .tot'. "a issues nn address to! the British Isles astlne r c'enttood economy to EOARD OF TRADE .SHOULD- submarine. The Cana- URGE G.r4.P.. TO BUILD. or not-Ihe rumor-is" true: lhat the Great Northern a sun-eT out (or meanwhile Ells by msVipE no cffori at ihe food prices or control of dvf products In order lo make a an eitensiOD of surplus for the allies. branch into it Trould flo j JIG harm for tbe ol lo J.TTva I Oltara Citizen PI! Stales, was killed ,lu an automobile market Mr. OonVllos, tormerlir'-wlLh Iho Associated Press, was known the lelegraphlc ficid as "the mosl per-; >Torso sender." Major George E. B. Bngr. of St. officer comiunudlns the IPlh Battalion Canadian Defence hiis been promoted to lleu- leoant-eolr.nel. lie was captain tvillt ILe" -1th Battalion at Ihe lallle 01 Ypres in 1915 wuen he lo'st an eye. Justice MLddleLpn. at .Toronto, rle- clded that Mrs. Cawthra Mulock. daughter of Chief Justice Falcon- irahe enquiries of the companr as to (he tnrtbiOMbe mai- ler. them TTonlt] now ertcnd its lines into does nothing lo Toaki e to wilhhold valuable Droiaclire as It a Dominion las oh .anil The absentee o( mineral ural anil a good '.Letbbridge hss'Qvery'reason- Iq' Le1 pleased Tfith thfe kerfice accorded by Uie C-P.n., but ihet Is no reason wtif we should jiot'Velcome traffic, would OPJMI..UB Hew es of WHATAVESTERN CANADA IS FIGHTING FOR. ThD Hamilton Herald tell3 tonished countTT that lhe TpTpnlo Ne :DMilDJVn could not prosper in- 1 jrllhocl-. fiscal ___ people snpporl it. Tte be malnlain- 4tM-ihteresls of the menufac- n ton. II Is said. t c AKer two years.o'r more of flgliliuc. Licut.-Col. J- J- CrcPlman, D.S.O.. of- ficor commanding the 6tli Brigade, Canadian Field Artillery, C. R R, returLid lionie on six months' lur- loueb. Col, Creelman the war will latt Into 191S. Xels Hoglaud, a rancher living near nenton, Mont., snot arid klUctl AVm. E. oa tie mnln street bJ the Tillage. The shooting resulted from an old grudge. HogTand 'an- nounced Tvben arrived in the vil- lage thai he would shoot Coppedgo bridge. enllHed lo alimony from] beforc teariaS- ,j_ her husb.ind. Ibe railllonaire" son of Chief The amount has not been settled. Mrs. Mulock asked'for mbnih'. r Eric ilcMurlry, who "won his wings" and officially Joined Ihe flying corps three weeks ago, proceedng to tnc" wealern front just 'ten days has killed whilst flying." He was'married in England, last Sep- tember lo MIPS Amy Southam, daugh- ter of F. N. Ssulhara, of Montreal. He was a son of S. A. McMnrlry. treasurer ot the. Osflrle; Floar Mills Coy limited. 51ay Day passed quietly In: Toronto, Two- hundred cigar wbo struck two weeks amo asTclng for an additional ilullir per thdnEiad. remain Fire destroyed the tipple of the coal rnlno operated hy. the Northern CoUieries, limited. at Kvanshui-g, 70 I miles frcst ol Edmonton, causing a) loss ot approximately which11 is well coyercd by'insurancel- This is the second coal cojn'pany Algeria to lose the tlpule over their mine during the last two weeks, llic first helDE the Cardiff Collieries. larers alone, but manufactur- oat, but no sLrltes wero'inaugiiralert. There are prospects at large-demands >y' the street railway employees end other anlcus but (he eipecteri negO' enterprises and busl- ne.E3 the tariff they 'should UVe Its lead In making Its n'drrfnUffes'understood by the Probibly: the people ot Canada tronld-iinderzland the adrantages or fiscal .rjiovetffon without explanation v las >dopted the of Mil Jurt It has Iree the Ot used to develop Canada's immen-e Ciliien. The Herald Impressively re- --1 Because lhe government has decided, as a concession lo the western .grain growers, lo secure for them the tural resoarcea. The people, cannot be 'blamed If they 'believe fhft is" beingL uied wholly' tor selfish pur- by; lhe 'manulaclurers. The for wheat .loj Cd'gary .Herald says, on this matto.jr: T, H n_i pla.ce wheat arid flour on tho BOYerament U accused eneiujes cf baring' -lowered r-rlprocKy colors and difibff policy advocated by-the-Lit 1911. As one IhaL re -1n 1911 the Herald Is tn to Ear lhe acciuadon Is absurd llst'! .IljnieTif be contended that danger ected tarift aHeratlons TrouM business cosdiKoiis. answer Is lhal I is Yefrig co'ndnctcd asllshonldhe and taken .of (he !l 1 people because of lhe protection ff aia by tne [proclty p0 Tear lorden gOTernment has r there ons, and fi .3511 (hat the liow adopted. Lsst the Heralil leel compelled coolinue to demonstrate tbo obvious, I We mlihl note lhal the sane opinion lhe gotemmcnra action Is held by .the WKlern grain giow ,'pccording Ij the addres feal Keform clnb on ing when Ihe president o( the Alberta ECCllon lold his audltnra Ibal the west would not be Eallided unlll the lided from eTerj arilcic at n n !E> to me atoni. HKf A IjrN Ur u r K Monday even- J nLUJULIU Ul Ui I i II fatlQD5 are some u-eeks ahead. The unions slate that employera never so ready.lo listen to their ie- presentations as now. The Winnipeg Industrial bureau hail eent lo Rlghl Hon." A. J. Ralfour. Marshall Joffre. and oilier members of the entente allies' commission! TlEiliDE Hie United States, an inri- lation lo ripit Winnipeg In the inter- ests of Tccruitine aud national service following the visil. of, incso gentle' men lo Ciiiccsg: The invitation. whlcn throagh Sir GeorRe E. Foster ID Washington, was dcclinea wllh expressions of rep-el. Moclical, Slay The 3511] annual inccllng of the shareholders ol the P. R, corsrlne the half year tnd- cnl'addCng lo Lhe burden of the farm-Ling December 31, held this moroLfig, crs ol this country, and lhal free wheal .was but a comparatively small concession, allhonEh n beginning not he- despised. ORGANIZING CANADA FOR THE WAR AND AFTER. There have been so many tlons and organizations In Canada dealing wlllr war anil arter-llie-war problems thai fine may be excused If one has been contused. The move- ment now on fool for a monaler con-' o! lhe best minds In Canada In Montreal on May 21. 25 and 26. to be the sanest nropoaHlon yet for dealing i these questions, What Is wanted Is Ihe best poitlbla orjanizallon ol Canadisn men, money resourcea to helji win Ihe war, ajid z dellnllc policy for re-absorbing the. thousands ol soldiers and muni- tions worliers who will flood the coan- 1 'try after the declaralldn of peace. Canada has no of an organiza- tion for peace that she had for war, nd bungling Is bound (o result unlc3i developed Into a the ly.jIlvcrBion being some rather sev. criticism directed at the'manage- ment of lhe road by (1. Arthur Bur- oafT Xo cbimges were made In (he dlrec- oiMc, tbe four retiring directors EdKsrd W. EealDv K. C...HOD. erlck L. Belqus, K. .C..( lion. Janics Wnsitillir' and 'Charleii ...H.. meeting ol the board ofdlrec tors held Immediately after Ihc share- niefllln; the Hlghl Hon. Ixird suihncssy, K.C., V.O., was're elccl- JreiMtol, Georgo Hury and How- cr-J Btaily, V.C., vlce-presld.enu end It, n. Angus, Kdward W. Ilcally, K, C., Oeorse Mary, Sir llerbarl S. Hoil. Sir EdmULd Ojler, .M. P., anil Ixird Shaughnesjy being lhe ciccutlve coramlllee. CANADIANS KILLED. Ixnilon, Jlay Meul. Leslie Ilcarn o( the Watch, killed In action. In Canada at the outbreak b( lhe war anil rame lo KnjIanJ lo onliil. Second I.feul. N-. s. Uostereck, of Kojal Arllllery, killed In Ecfion wia In the Northwest Mounlcd Tol al Luc outbreak Qt Ihe war, "TTe helns persuaded tfiat abslen- llon frcin all unnecessary consump- tion of grain wIJI furnish the surest and most effectual means of defeating lhe devices ot oar and there- by brining tbe war lo a speedy and successful 'termination, and out of our wish lo leave nothing undone which fan contribute lo these ends or lo he welfare of our people In these limes ol grave' streas and anxiety, have Ihoughl fit, by and with lhe ad- vice of our privy rounc-ll, lo Issue this, our royal proclamation, most earnest- ly exhorting and charging all those ot our loving subjects, men and women of our rcslni, who Lavn. means tirn- cure articles of food other lhan wheat and corn, cspecfally lo practice- the greatest economy antl frugality In Uie use of every species ol grain and which vc do for this purpose morn particularly eihorl ami charge, all heads of households lo reduce con- sumption of bread In ilicfr respective families by at least onetourlh of the quanllLy consumed In ordinary llmea, to abstain from lhe use of flour In pastry, and, moreover, carefully la strict or whenever possible lo aban- don the use thereof In all other Hrll- lhan and we do also In like manner exhort 'and charge all persons who keep horses to abandon the prac lice of feeding Ihe r.r.inr with oalK or oilier grains, unless they shall have received from our food controller II c.f.nso to feed on oats or other grain, lo he given only In where It Is necesary to do EO with a view lo DiainiainitiK lhe breed of the hnrscs In Ibe national Interests; and we tlo hereby further charge and-enjoin al ministers of religion In Lhetr respcr, live churches and chapels within our United Kingdom of Orcai Britain am Ireland lo read or causd to be reai Ihla, our proclamation, on Ixird'a Day for four successive weeks after' the Isaue thereof." v. OPENS ON SATURDAY We will celebrate the occasiort by selling. Ice Cf earn Sodas forSc We'irwile lo call .and how good'we can make them-. With every pound of Peanut Butltr'at 30 c we on day any flavor at We arc instructed by the ir.a.i- iiraclurdrs 10 flo (bis iu'inuuCo any who may not know Ihesc Rupcrlor extracts to try (hem. They have also told us, to sell any ot their TALCUM POWD- ERS -with a j.ound of PcftcuL BuLler at_ lOc-' J'tantntion Thin delicious nelfg at 20c on Salurifay, Yoti may- hate the flccond pounC tl 5c Keith's Mfg, of Dellclrij: Made Candy and Third. Avenue Beside. P. Cwrns E R S! I j on