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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TITO LETimmnr.K DATTA- HERATJI FfllDAY, MAY 4.1917 PASSING OF TII12 FIGVltK (JOXl- (Minna, May The lollowinp ciiiuiivuic'j.lloii memorandum was siW.1 loilny by Sir hMward Kctiijt, slgued. to iho tho vrorV ot providing ewp.gymQDt for acWlera. Tho otilclal uicuioiftudurj issued "Tiiore is apparently sotuo mis- lin; 10 ihc1 o olcal uicuioiftuurj ssue A ibe time and agreed to by all prcs- cut slak-il: "Kacb of the of Canada worMng throush Us cenlnil coiuuill- ICL' b ho aid ussumo the of fii'J cmvlojwcnt for dU charged soldiers, who upon their return to Canada, aro t- ally And fu td assume eufh emplpviueiil. All esiwmliturvs neces- sary on undertaking the duly ihould be borne by the province, ''The IXtmluton govfrumeoi, oa clber hanJ> assumed the rcapousl- of caring tor LIUL. iirovrdliiR for fol.lJors Ir.capacHalcJ (or lo for roiurticd Tins rnitfusicii'.Icu'.nrly arisen h, 10 f01" of rviutiu'ii soldiors. l "On Ool. 1'. 191-', a conference1 ___ a! Oitana Iicttvcca idc fcacral injIUnrj coni- i'.ission arij ihc sovcrnmonls ol iho 'Lovhu'e.-; on Hie of Sir Ko- tert 1'ordcn. 'fids conference dc- to oiviuo mid define ttie >vork if c-irins for relurne.1 soldiers iu irdcr tliai Ihcro bo coopera- ion uiiJ co-orJIoation so as lo prc- This picture sTio rbin Ounii. wher a ihe masslvp frame bPhini He Sponger's chatr in the ite grcil portrait ot ibe Ts-r used lo be displayed, but FPOU FEO.VT Irsanily the Csutf. Thai insicily was lor the duuble tragedy is evident from icsuiaony of the Albert and Joliu Frtedlej came fram Groioti, S. D.r a year BSO, bavin? rak- en up tbe fara southeast fif Laie. They' brought with a csricod of settlers' effects. The old- er was a tard-K-ortiog mrui, but the younger displayed a violent temper at times. He hid sy-lenial- IcBlly destroyed much of tbe inery ou tie place. It ?nowa thai ho bftd laboriously' CUE out all the spotes of (lie bull-wheel of a heading machine wilh a cold-chisel. The two ineii wore balching iu a eiaaU sfcsck iz the ccfl ul the "cng barn. Altert had told 2. neishtnr iajt irlElor that he didn't knoir wbat lo do wilh Jota. How They Were On Friday list, Albert FtUdley liad loaned Conrad Young, livtd about half a mile distant.- his dnll which lo-have been bacfe on Monaay. On Monday, aitcrhooii Jotn-Triedlcy c'apie to Mr.' 'Vjung's place, off Cs trom him, shouted he Tie'ed bring bacS the drill till Thi.-tfsy. ts be and u-.s brother wcre.-gPins to to bring out a load tif fence posts, yesterday haring seen no movement about Ibe Frlcdley place for some tiine. he sent h's little boys over to see if snjthiGe; vns tl e matter. They looked in. the nod saw the man Iiing on the fluor, and came bacS and told fattp.r. Mr Young [jot another neighbor, Mr. Mills and went to Ihc place. They trote tho door open, and 11011.15 rll tie evidences of a tragedy, Mr. Voting hurried to Grassy Lake and nciMErd the coroner. Puring the eiaminalton ol Vie premises, tho searching party 'ti'jnd e letter in Albert Friedley's fruiiii his folks In Groton, E. D., In vlrrti nothing bet tbe merest coramoinlfices were rrientioncdi. The letter tncl Leen vrrltten Sunday... The. of the inveEllgators is that alter writing the letter, the man had thrown eeir on the bed and gone to piper. Tiis younger brother then. In a lit ol Insanity, had attacked the sleeplns rnan and Tvilh a rope or strap, hid strangled him to death. Sttil in. Ms violent lit, the young man had cone lo tho E table and killed the Elalllon, wulcn was his own n'.opciry and on which be hati always the beat of attention. For fo-jr tnen he had llted in the houac '.Tiih the body of the brother he had t-ur- dercd, and early yesterday mornlie, realizing what he had done, h.-; had written the letter telling of his In- tentions, and decided lo end it all. Both bodies were given into t" c Undertaker llurat o[ How Island. The father, Albert Frie-ilsy, a welMo-do of Groton, 3, D. was notified by wire and Is expected (o arrive In Grassy Lalie tonlgbt, No Inquest ivas considered ce sary. -VOMAN FARMER MEETS AWFUL ACCIDENT; HUSBAND IN THE TRENCHES Elk Point, Alia., May her left ana cut ofl al the shoulder, an eye gouged out, her face badly brula cd and her clothing wound erount and under the disc vrntch she had been driving. Mrs, E. P. b[ Strgt. K.P, Arnolt, who la serving in the trenches, was discovered by the hired man when he returned from ihc fields, Arnilt, In her desire to speed up Inn farm work In prcpara lion for spring sowing, had offered lo lake a three-horse learn out on tbe land anil run Ihe dfec while the man she had hired to help put (n the crop wag out on another field with another team and a plow. Everything, apparently went all right Ehe slartcd fnr the house In Ihe evening, when (ho horsei be- came frightened and Mrs, Arnolt fell off Ibe disc. In front of the aharp raefal discs. She w.-is dragged Cor one hundred yards to Iho house, where (lie horuca Elopned of their own accord Tho hlreil man, returning from his Work, bad put his (cam in the and, seeing the other learn standing fd front of Ihe ahacR, hurried tbcfe find 3frA Arnott under tbe disc, wi'.h her (angled and her body badly lacerated. He had to lift the Tbachfne by mato force (o extricate THE BLOOD OF INNOCENTS 'William J. Bryan in a general tele- gram to '.he members ol congress, loM them that a declaration of war mean Ihe signing ot death ranU of even m'llions, ol yonr counirjTuea." Let [he meojbers ol congress also remember that ;c might mean the signing of death war- of (nousands and even millions of itelr eoiiDtrymen and countrywo- men and even children, not to men- tion death warrants lor thousands anil millions of the men, women aud cliil- dren oi other counlrtea. Some hun- dreds of Americans alrearty nre bins dead at the bottom o[ the sea. Who sisuetl Lheir death warrant? It their n oa Ibe head of an American, It Is oil the mac who the oQice of secretary ot state rather n put his name Lo a serious pro- test' the Lusltania massacre. the Spanish uar vas penilijig J. Bryan showed no such hor- ror of Tvar as he professes now. He willing enough Lo seize the hon- ors and the compensation of militar- ism, lie strutted around ia a col- onel's nnironn and drew-a. colonel's salary without snj scruples. LeTTVil liaa take Ihe next Eteauur fo- France and, if he escapes n Ger- man submarine. let him make n trip of Inspection through the territory ca the Gcnnaiw have just evacu- ated. him drink frcca the Eoned il he dares. L-tt "nioi climb over tfje ruins of the dynamited and farmsteads. Let him with (he old men and women who have seen their sons and even Lhelr daughters carried off to a slavery at which the mind shudders. Let him lEar their tales of how they have liv- ed srul how their friends and iieiEd- tors hare died during '-he last two D hall .years. him see what ''iUTa-ilon" Tor which La rays we ihculd Trait means. And lne_i let biro come back and tell us ,f he ira Americana to I h em E elves to such late, 11 he wants the United Stales to make itself an ally and sup- porter ot the government which ihesc things, lor no one knows bet- ter than Mr. Uryan that silent acquies- cence in the application of frightful- ness to our own people anil withdraw- al of our ships from the Eea al Ger- many's demands would mate us (lie moral ally of the Buffalo Express. G, T. R. EARNINGS. Montreal, May T, R, earn- ings period ending April 30, 253, an Increate Q( over BITS period lait year. SGT. DUNG. MacNEIL OF THE CANADIANS Says Dr. Casscll's Tabltlt Cured His Dyapepsla Completely. Sergeant Duncan of (he Canadian Eipedltlonary Force, writ- Ing from Europe (hf3 horne is .115.Pleasant Blreet llallfai, says: "For six years from Irequent attacks ol dysjicpsla, often In hed for Jay3 at a time. Ihc war broke.out I Joined the Ittonarr Force and came to England I had not been long there-, however '.vfcen my old trouble returned, and had to go lo the hospital. V.Tille In brispllni a friend, told me of Cas EelVs Tablets, ana i ncciiii-j them. Tbe first boi brought such pro- nounced relic! that 1 continued the liealrr.cnt. To make a long filory short, a complete eyre was effected." A free cample of Dr. Cascell's Tab- lets will be lent to you on receipt cf 5 cents for mailing and packing. Ad. Harold F. Rilchle Co., Ltd., !3 McCaul Street, Toronto. Dr. Caagcll'a Tablets are. Ihe surest home remedy for Dyapepala, Kidney Trouble, Sleeplessness, Anaemia, N'ervoua Ailments, ParaJyaJs, Palpitation and Weakness In Child- ren. Siioclalli' valuable for nuralng mothers and rlurlnc Uic critical per- iods of life. Sol.l by druggists anil store-keepers throughout Canada Prices: One Mine, 50 cents; sh lubsa for the price of llvn. nnwarp of (mils. tloDs said to contain hypophoajjhllcs, The composillon of Dr. Caspcll's Tat ]a known only to Lhe rroprltiora. anil no Imitations can over lie the same. Sole Or. Oassell's Co., lhi5 conference. Ttr i loruiccl coramlttccg to tiudortdbo tho 1 work cf v-lille Iho Dominion has provldod fur all In- valiili1.! pint d'.sableJ tn'-ulers, and tho training ut returned mon." THE BEST WAY. "There's ono sure way of- gclUoF. liromoied." "Whst la "To no your work so wfl) lint Iho "Tins conference particularly firm can't afford lo bceji a. uian of your Bblllty IQ an Inconspicuous -1 place." Give secure footing on slippery pave- ments. A PAIR PUT ON CLOTHES 1! FOB iYEBT ONE IN OUR SPRING CLOTHBSIfi DISPLAT The diversity of styles in our Spring displays has but one object to pro- vide the proper style for every man. It's an advant- age that this store has de- veloped to a re- markable degree the Styles featuring number rather a vast total. tailored perfectly to _your individual measure, in any of a variety of new Spring models, of a se- leclion from hundreds of fine durable fabrics, are moderately so. Macleod Bros. 65? 1 he Great Clothiers Of The Great West Packing bosc-s. Apply .McKdrlo and Mcliulro. nsw Cost fW.OO, Bill Bell for J35.00. Au- "ii-J Avc-. A. S. 30 pound "ouipulinii barrel scale, good ts new for salt ciieai'.. Avply Uol SO, Herald. TOH SALE-Garage 12i20. just com- Melcd. all ready [or moving. 1'uono or write- 1'. O. llox i35_ 5 en tou truck In gosd running order. Vcthbrldjitf Auto Co. OK Jble and chilrs. solid oak and leath- er, blmosl new. 1201. Fitlli lauled. Stewart horn and other ac- cessories. One spare tiro. J300.00. Superior Supply Co, I3ln St. und 2nd S. X1R pretty piano, age slylff, latest design of case, turn- il cak. With stool (325.00, with icncll J335.00. Easy terms. Mason nisch. Ltd, Sth Elrcet, Balmoral Block. rOR Sbetlnnd pony, per- ectlr gentle Iu drive or and also one small cart ani ply Ed. -McKentlo, Phone 11-109. 10S-I) good blacksmitli "out; 11 end Block. Will reut shop reas- ble. No opposition In Iho good irowinji town of Manynerrlcs, Alia. particulars write W. J. Mast, 'lanyberrles, Alta, 6 WILLIS PIANOS; Canaila's excel all others In purity, strength Ed quality of tono hnd In leauly- of design. Inspection Invited. S'ew show room. Hull Block, 3rd Avo Phono CC2. 11. O. C. Salmon! VATCH FOH ANNOUNCEMENT mportanl auction salo by Frank' Vaddlnglon. Coutonts of well fur- nished residence llth SL south. In- luding beautiful pianoforte, brass neds, mahogany furniture, etc. Frank Vadalngton, liie auclloneer. OR blncksiullh bellows; also a number of wood split pulleys and one bicycle In goad rldtng order. Also sheep wagon mado to order, wa- er tanks, motor delivery boieo. plow work. Dand saw work, turning and blacksmlthlug. 1'. A. Harding. HOI th Ave. North. SA1.B We stock Branltord, Crown anil Standard blcydos. Filled with Dunlcip Traction Tread Tires and jest equipment I througLout. Prices rrom J10.00 to cash or easy erms. Second hand cycles always lii slock. Hepilrs and accessories. I.elh- bridge Cycle Co., 110 Fifth Street S. Additional Classified Advertising FOR Ave. S. rort SALE- tons, iu view at our store. Also several j'Eanj from up. Willis 1'Ianos, lull BJocS. 3rd Avo. S. Phone 662, 1. C. C. Salmon, manager. IJOSt AND FOUND Iteplylct Mention Tho Herald. KOUND purso containing aum ot Oilier may liavo same poUcs slnUon. _ 1 A Firestone. tire mill llm. near Euckiul or Travcrs. Suit- able retuird. lieluro lo t'aihcr llld- aull. Ujlhbrlilgp. C _ Ouo black foi mutt, two hcaiia on 11, wMh small rip ilowu ccn- Icr. Vtry URely iu soiuo Elore, SuMnblu reward. MrF, W. 11. Itlpiey, 1222 -itil Avo. S, 5 Eoc. 36-8-11, bay fcorae, 2 whits rcct. weighs 1600 It's. DruEdci on left hlr Twenty dollars reward. Nottfj, H- Slmjiaon, Taljor, Alto. reward for Information leading (o recovery ol ouo ulack KelJlne branded O (circle) on right shoulder uud 1 V oil Icll lliljh. Weight about mo 113. p. c. JlnuiiBcll, Pur- ple Springs. 11S-G 1003 Sth Avenue S 1 nay'geldlui with whllo face-------- brand on left hip. weight oloui 1300. Suitable reward tor lu- formatlou gl above mldrtEs. Uaymoud, bay horse brandoi'. 2 Z en right shoulder on lett thigh. Shod on rour feel weight about 1200 Hurt Ivenuoy. Raymond. brown Uorso branded I' on left Ililrjli. a star on head, weight about 1200 llis. reward lor recovery ot same. Hurt'Kenney, llaynionj._________ mare, year! oW, whlto diamond on upper Up and branded V on right thlah Also ono blsck yearling branded on right shoulder. J5.00 reward for Information leading to rc- covery. Arthur Rosier, Now "THIRD CANADIAN WAR TVe am now nljle lo make Immedi- ate delivery of fully paid Interim Cer- Ificalcs nl a price of 9514 and inler- cst on Dominion War Bonda, Interest at 5% due 1st March 1337. Payable 1st of .March unil 1st September at any jranch bank In Canada. Dcnomlna- Ions llOD.Ou, or f Strlclly suDJeci to saic ami UUYUUCU m price. Dritlsh-Canadlau Trust Co., Your local bond bouse, 315 6th SL S. 117 0 FARM TO LEASE TO section, 3 miles cast Coaldslc; 6. B. 7-9-IT, BO acres al- 'alra, balance has been farmed; terms lalf bay and 2-3 grain crop to party leasing. No buildings on farm. G. Tnomalz, Bassano, Alberta. for return of seven head oi trro year old entile. Huncb consists of 2 rod Ktoers; 3 red eleers rnariccd while on tails and backs, 1 light led and white cr, J roan belter and 1 red heifer. All branded 1! U (aonncclcd) on right ribs. Strayed from eight mile lake about April loth. Ukely with 6 II or Proporllonal renard for return of any or for InCor- _____malion leading lo recovery. A. Hamilton, Lclbbrldge. Phono 11 111. 113-c CITY OF LETHERIDGE. Water Deparlment -Water must, not te used for Lawns or Gardens, unttLappllcallon has been and: rale 'jfa'Id, otherwise ser- vice will be shut off. Notices have bccu mailed. Uy order, COMMISSIONBH GHACE. v Vacuum Cleaning In aV WILL 1101 11th St. S. RANCH TO Thousand acres [fenced, good buildings and jood bay meadow, .ots of open range. Nine miles rrom] Plnchcr Crcclr. S65Q year. T pay. Uxc9. Wrilo or phopcvK. n. Par-l eons, Plncher Crech, Alia. TO miles cast of Lelhbjldgc, -10 acres al- talta, 30 acres TImotby, balance stub- ble. Wl.l consider soiling, Wm. In- gram, ilgr. Alberta Securing I.slh- brldgc; Phone 121Z or allcr 6 p.m. phono 4SO.___ G 0 ncrca, 60 acrcaTui- llvaled. House wilh four rooms, alablc, poultry bouse, two good wells, 3 miles from Grassy LaVo and eleva- tor. Terras, one-third crop. Act Im-. mediately. W. F. Nelson Company, 4JG Firth Street south, LclhhrJdgc. Alberta. Telephone 1214. ELKS CLUB Alberta Block Rinding Room, riling Room, Bil- liards. P.cguiar meCLlngB, lal and 3rd TtiuraJayi. VlBlUnc membcri vet- W. L, Clark. Eialled Hular. O. a. Edgttl, Room 4, Alberta BlKk, Secrclarri FOR SAILED Fully madern houie on 6th Ave. A., S. Six roomi and bath, full concrete ba.ement- Flr.t class condition. A for cash or would consider APPLY: CONYBEARE, CHURCH, McARTHUR aV DAVIDSON WANTED TO RENT! A LARQE MODERN HOUSE NEAR CAR LINE. Would lease for a numoer of fears. Write, Box 4C, Ilcmltl. 121-0 FARM LANDS 0( Ihc Hudson's Hay Company and Calgary and Edmonton l-an'-l Co, FOR SALE The IF. Macbeth Agency SUPPLIES I AND ALL KINDS Or ELEC- TRICAL WOflKr pMort 7ii i _______i DAIRYMEN! You will find a iteady market for your cream and mllK with Ul. HlghMt price rtturni' We cm aiipply jrou with at follcwing prices: 5 ghllon cans 8 gallon cnns vi for f.rlett. We are oltntt for the BEATRICE CREAM SEPARATOR. The btil on the market. Easy tpcnli ant saves you 25% (o 40% on the Initial cott. THE ram DAIRY LID, tETHBRIDQS nowes ARE YOUR EMGINEB EQUIP- PED FOR SPRING WORK We are well quipped to hindli ill kinds of rcptlrm. grade work at prlci our Riffttc, We Guarantee St Our Prices Are N1VEN BROS, 18 Flrrt Ave. S. Phom Potatoes Wanted OAn LOTS. OR LESS '.lutl be ilied, Phone 732 or at Saunders Hay and Grain Co. 1221 2nd AviniM P. KING'S AUTO LIVERY Phone 1050 The Arcade Ueniin's AiU6 Livery 24 Hour Servlct Capable Driven Phone 1312 DMu Hole! The HuJsm liTery A llf six CyHnder car. Uue 01 tho best inJ luoit comfortable cars Ja UIB cltr to rJdo In. COUNTRY THIP8 PREFERRED Residence Phone Day or Night Day Phone, Palace Confection. 668. "Meet ue at the lltiandra Until Auto Livery OVERLAND AND CHALMERS CARS NIGHT AND DAY Phone Clerk, 717 BOULTON'S 'AUTO LIVERY Lethbrldgt, Alberta We know th> country OUQhlv, We have had txperienca. !s paid for. TRY Ut, Phone 1206 King Edward's AUTO LIVERY Phone 1016 Atlas Transfer DRAVING Of ALL KINDS Office Frank Mllei' Bent More Phone 1717 117-c DRAYING 0! All Kinds WesternTransferCo, Limited p. n. Freight Shedi PHONES Office 1IC3 Stabler.......... fD64 DRAYING OF ALL KINDS PrloNC Turner at Xfmmlr'i K ;