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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR Tin- i.ETunwnc.K OAH.Y 1'HIDAY, .MAY IT Hlbcitii DAI LY AN D WEEKLY CANADA'S RAILWAY PROBLEMS TO THE FORE. The reyon of (he I'OuJUIon of nOa's railway coml'llcd Liy ihc uaiuwl for that purpose Ha list session or larllmaenl. has ubled li i-cusljis ol majority acd H report, llie (ormer by Sir H unit Subscription Rilci: frilly, delivered, per Dalli delivered per year Acwonu. inc r.ngusii Diilyl by raa'l, per year 'H.03 ihn latter ty A II. drauli, president Weekly, bj mail, per ycir ......HM ty. tif mail, per ;ear (o U.S..il.Ht TELEPHONES Ecslnpas Office............... Cdliorlal OECB W. A. President acd Jlanasing Direclo: Jchn Torrincr. Business ot ihe York I'onual Tin- rcparls dlrrr Tlio mjioriiy reiwtl is MI over o Istlc iner ihe railway flluallon UP IN PA S3 IN G BUSY MAN I'oHoe Magistrate Major Harbor, ot Whtiby. Out., pasii'J away uflor an IlhicEs of two uiomlis. Mr. llnrpcr was ra fife Sl'uil year, Jiitl was ibv oldest resident ol The estate of Mrs, Ellen S. James, ol New York, wldou- of It. Willis .James, of ihi" original ihai all Canadian hues phelps, Dodce Co.. was .iinmils C.P.li. should be merged Inlo at i36.laO.lT3 gross and of 01 dr'ly en ndilresa label. ince or dile la tuLnoiitr U> continue VCJT King and Country need you rljht now l THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Anoibor wedge the llindeitburs line the Driiuh forces in a new offensive started along ihe road, the llindecburs Hue beins ;VT Uullerouri. which village was cap- lured by ihe Uriifch. To the Canadians has falleu another noiatAe victory in Hie capture of ibt-lr by a loimvir.y ol which ibo! pcopli? ot Canada lo the shire-; h.i-1 tiers, The drawn 14 Osr.sJs is so deeply Involved In! ibp Grand Trcfik. G.T.I'-. Intercol- onial C.N'.K. Hues thai it would well If the country were 10 lake over the stand ihf i-x- ise ot operating iliem uulil such a ss ihey became ami then reap tbe benefits of the pru- fita which might Bui-rue. On the oihcr hand, President Smith's minoriiy report is rather more opilmislic the Canadian railway outlook. HP believes That while tlio G.T.P. and O.X.R. ia par- licular will stand in need of govern- ment aid tor some lime lo come, they will pay their way sooner than many might eipecl. aud il n be inferred ihit lie believes unhamp- ered competition would [irove belter Cor ihe iwople of Canada than a ernnitnl-O'iyned system in competition wiiBiOuly one other line of railway. Tfce government shown unwilling lo any hasty action on inking; ot Arleui. Fresuoy is an ail- an red position on ine AchevfLIe road, and places the British i'ne wlih- In less ihan eight mile? or the IOTH of Douai Tne atUck publication ol the reoort and to 'early dawn and was most successful.! tlie Pulee the C3 dlscus The fighting is continuing. Germans lh? becomes general tbe reports, preferring rather to a wait Bre counter -attacklns desperately but! ll is Canada's rallway hare been unable 10 the Bri- arc too large, and too from Ibeir newly capiured The Fre.icn record gains on their number -.end ot the front. 1 taken. ,v TLc- of Uie submarine Is subordinating all oihers of the war at presem. and th6 elforls :h; .allied nations' eiperts is eoncen- .iraldl upon the steps lo be further .taken to combat- this menace. Tbe death oifiirroO at Vancouver I llonry one of ihi- most prominent Oraugemen in B.C. He was GG searji of ago and rcct-nily. >bnitcd his fiftieth year in iho order. Ha was pnst mstsier for IlriiiFb Columbia In 191C, K. C. Hii-femaii. prominent roaliy broker of San Dieao, Cal.. who s bus reneliOil UasdlRUd thai Major Davles has lorn reooiuniended for the Victoria Cross for gallant work on ILo fiehl. federal recorrts fbmv the snosvfall from (Viober to May In Mwilflaa, liave bn-iioi Iho record. The snowfall was M.I IDB ibo lS9d" record by 4-5 inches. IClng Alfonso, cJ has ob- laintHl a promise from (lie German government to irlvaso fanjllles wlm formerly iU Lille, Douul, HOuLalx auO TurcoLng. rauibridge will confer ihe honorary degreo of Oottor of laws on Waller nines I'ago. tha United Slates aiobaEsador; a'.r Robert Dor- JameR tjst ltKoii. suiKrintcudent uflsUled iLnt hi- knew i Saskaluou. woro bHus undo IP jiul preiaiatlona of a KOYfrniucnt elevator ill m Iho fauu- 1'orL Xolson uu tlio Hudson bay. V J den, primo minister of Canad Lleul. General Jan SinuTi, th rmd fatally wounded Attorney Chas ous Soulh Afri G. and also sliglitly wounded' Attorney J. J. fircnuan. afierwaid inc revolver oil himself, died ie fam- from his wound. Baron Alhard von dem Dusfcha Muench. alias Kurt ar- rested at Pan Francisro on tele- e advices from that lie was dangerous to public peace and jafciy. 11 Is alleged thai he is a nephew o! Count von Beruatorft. Cordon E, LHW, must LhTrj'b'ua a mighty peiiurlous lot and probably .attribute II lo the facl that a hard-headed Scotchman oc cupfcg (be "majirsterfs! thifr. mills! so .bad Marion M. Murphy, until recently a telephone operator In tbe hotel. Mrs. IXJULEC 77 years ol age, was awarded damages against the Toronto Hallway company by a jury hi the assizes for serious and permanent injuries sustained when a Dandas car slcvrled while she alighting- and threw hpr Ic tiic street. v Governor Lowdeo. of Illinois, nam- ed a scaec council of defense of 15 members, one oE'whora is B. woman, .Mrs. Joseph T. Bowen. a w-efllthy cirlc worker and club member of Chi- cago. Charles H. Worker, of Chicago, was named lo have a German-Ameri- can on Ihe Tbe Canadian Associated Press un- lerslauds thai express instruction! have been Issued to the Canadian mili- ary auUiorities in France that ofltcere must uot be sent to the school in England for ia- ;truction until they have completed hrcc months with a platoon, so as to get experience in handling men. The R.A.S. Juveniles, of played three concerts in Fort Wflllam 'people. The Lotal "gros ccipU of the concerts at-l'ort ArUiiir and Fort were a great finish io a Tvonr'erful trip. The jii veuilcs have earned on Ihe trip over flO.OOO, dirJded between patriotic, or- ganizations under auspices they- played. Capt. Emerr Eica, of (he sleamsMp Mongolia, anfl Lieut. Bruce n. Ware who commands (lie gun crew on the liner, were guests of the American Luncheon club al London. They were given, a tremendous ovation by 200 persons precent In recogrjltlon of the Sinking of a German submarine by a shot from the Mongolia on April 13. The Kcho of Paris contains a detail ed account or the uarl pluyed by Can ada In the Trar. The papers says in part: "Every week brings us "news of the unvarying ot the Canadians, Trho ncvt-r cease lo offe invaluable assistance in money am lives. Moreover, although everywhen_ elsu rJonnans Lave been, traitors lo the country of their adoption, German Canadians glrc proof of their loyalty fand do '.heir whole duty Just like the other occuppols of Canada." Senator Calder has the "Daylight Saving" bill In the upper o run against lion. Duncnu iroviucjal minister or ugriculturp, uiti "Jborul mcmher from ihe Olds riding ilr was the candidate igalnst Mr. Marshall al Iho previous 'lection, and ran only 53 votes behind he minister. Shoe Bargains 'For Saturday Buyers Woman's Shoes 1'uU'nt or kid lops. All sixes, .55l ciotli Women's Shoes 3.65 Women's Gunmetal Button Black cloth top. Good fitters and will wear. All lizes. RcgulJr and lines. Children's Shoes Black and Ian, lace or wilh htels. Our regular line. Sizes o to 7. to cltJr Silurdjy per MEN'S BOOTS Men's AhMfinm Ili'iivv Ulack or tan. I'lsscltcs1 ciii. All HiiKiihir HUFNER, The SK oema Merchants' Bank Calgary ar.3 Toronto climbing upl branch of congress, and ihe Xalional NEED FOR CONTROL OF PRODUCTION AND PRICES. I? hpgtnnlng to wake up to "'lite problems of Ihe to'the 25-Alll'itart. will be reducing her lax rates -while rna.ny other cities in Canada arc sllll In- creasing theirs. Leihbridpe's linan- Ulal situaUon Is very creditable. "Our friends lake great pains lo tell us lhat they hare reduc- ed the tariff on Implements 07 more .movemenl. Pcrliapg the oulspoVen Vuicmenl of Premier Unvd George faur >'ear3 lhcn dld Ehc Jn and Sir Edward Careon on the BIlb.! 13 ycaw. Wbtch doea not explain why _ peril and the appeal of KWlhc iarmers are morc 'or lhelrl Xscorso the conserratfon of food- J tlian lhejr dld 1n Daylight Saving association Us pnactmeat Confidence Is express- ed that will pasa the hill In view of the lact (hat the Unlled Slates Is the only great commercial country in Ihe worltl that has nol adopted it. A bill hse also in- troduced which provMcg lhat clocltn shall Lc sel forward an hour on the last Sunday !n April and hack OEI on (ho first Sunday in September. Nert to v Kinf utufonn comet Fashion-Craft If for good reuorit you are unkblc lo Khaki, we yo'jf patrooife, with the auutance we m CLviUwi Cloth. el UJJoreiJ ntw to economy that ii Lu in the uid raojt errice-lkitiBf way. Price. 1B.OO to 540.00 Quality governi price Mftbe klwayc titc Louis Keel Lethbridge, Alberta ONLY 3 MORE DAYS OF OUR FURNITURE SALE Our HCVOII clny funiiSure sale lists :i success bcyoiul our cxpecddious. Many have bcncnHcil Yon Iiavc siill :j MORE SirOPIMXG DAYS if you arc intending to buy cither L'uniiture, Draperies, Linoleum, Stoves, eft-., it will pay you to visit our store and .sec for yourself our wonderful are a them. -ttuffa has served to bring home to .us fis nothing elac would, the gravity of ihD situation. Al any rate, there is a quickening of the spirit for greater efforts on Canada's part In Ihe war. I'artkularly Is this true ot produc- tion. The need of production tit food- "stuftEi is coming'home to us as never before now lhat whca( has (ouched Ihe rpagic J3 mark and with wool round- the 50-ceni mark. But there 6nou1rt IJP, BomethlnB besides mere talk or production and unco-related elTorlB to secure It. There 3houlrJ cdntrol ot-product Ion and control ol food prices. It shnuM lie a depart incnl of the government, directed h> filrong men of atlalrs n'lth no TLe Herald's figures on Ihe tractor duty paid by the farmers ot the dis- trict have been called to .account.' For the Information of those who do not kriOtr the facts we would slate thai len or a dozen carloads were Drought In from Calgary where there was not such a demand. The duly on tractors dJTorLed here from Calgary was pair! in 'Calgary. Our figure of Is approilmalely correct. A dispatch from Saskalo.in lollA us that there Is fear of a poor crop In that district because of (he poor being sown by many of Uic fajmera, This should have been .known before We Have For Sal lo pull. Australia has thla. If there were loss chatter mi authorllles about production and more activity thai good seed and (raplc- Bupriile.1 the grnworn, lea aa these reported Saiknloon would not exist. 'If rlocs her bit In the maflrr it) (he "objects ol Btnalcr production, Thlw Is do lime for gru ruling tn part o prot In seeing LI inenli wen sm-li rlinici from Saikn Canadii doe pro'lut'llon iiirough rat irol 6f Ihe One Cadillac in repair One Kco rouvcilcil frurk One Ford con veiled (ruck TAVO Fords in good working onlor One 1017 Ford, only run SOO We all of (he above, to in uorkinj; onlcr. BAALIM MOTOR o. BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr. Fumed Din- ing Room Suite ConsFsling of a large buffet, with plate mirror. Targe cupboard, drawer and cut- lery drawers for silverware. A round pedestal extension iable. One arm and five small chairs. Regular Sale price 4-Piece Mahogany Parlor Suite Mil (le us follows: iablc. diiiir and Sale price 50 A 3-Piece Living Room Suite Upholstered In a hoaiitlful Imported tapestry conslat- InK nt a large (T foot ClicaLcrflcd. with three IQOBV tiishJons, chair anil rocltcr Id nialrh. TIICKG pieces rvrc stuffed T.'ltli the teal curled hair and moaft fllllnga, the loose cushion seals hnvo Mnrahall Sanitary fiprlnys. covered with atlft floss- and clonn. rs'o matter hosv uactl they never can go flat or loso their shape. Itogular Sale price We linvc .jn.sf. IJCCD for (he cclchrafcd Pathe Gramophone and Records JIIK! Jc( us show .von (hc.se unicliiitc.M. have (Jioni from up BAWDEN BROTHERS Compldc Homo. .Fnnitafici'.s I ;