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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TIIE LETHBnrocSE" DAILY HEHAI.D 1917 letbbdbge lelbtmbflc, Hlbcrta PAILY AND WEEKLY tutocrlptlen RJI Selivcred; per delivered, per hy mill, per year ...J5.9J ...lion Wceklr. By mall, per ......1150 mull, per JTMI to U.S..JS.5) TELEPHONE! Offic................ Edlcorlll Office >I! W. A. Buchanan President and Managinr Director. John Tomnce. Business Dftes ct tiplry or jotsertplloru year on tddress Uijel. Accept- of papers after oxp.'raUon. date Ii continue tht lubac: Hon. Vour Klnj ind Country rtiS you rloht newl wan government Is iho Imperial Cer- an Poople." Nothing sane or satisfactory has beeu flirt Iff anybody anywhere during IhS war. auj it urrlwr alia bii live up lo ihla hlsh Ideal they will ilo much to shortea the war. and secure thf Mnfl o! jwace that oufSt lo follon- It. i! Is sailsJac- tory to know also lhat all the loading. io-jrnals lake the He stand BS he dees. Tae very best I tendency ol soose chant ships, and other property, Ihej desiructlou of KlilcB cannot stop Ihe1 war. though It may prolong dura- tloa. The Briefer destructive U 13 the better for tbe conspirators theruselves as members of an Indus- trial rcmmuniiy. PICKED THE BVSY MAN THE PROGRESS OF THE WAH The British made further over the weefc-enrt. snd In their drive towards Douil. by enjer- Jng the village of Bulleconrt, BO im- portant position on the )lna Toe opposing forces engaged In A hand-tohand stragglo In (ne streets of this toirn. On the French front (he capture of Craonne is beins followed up in the towards Laon and further EUO- ttantlsl progress Is being made. Many jnore prlcoDers'have been .taken by both French and British. THE NOMINATION OF HON. A. J. McLEAN In one of the most unanimous poll- deal conventions ever held in the south, the. Liberals ot Taoer rldlns nominated as their candidate in the neit provincial election, Hon. A. J. McLean, provincial vfho has represented that riding in the last two assemblies. Hon. Mr. McLean. Doth as people's representative and as minister of the crown in charge of eome of the most Important Institu- tions ol the province, has proved him- pelf to he an unLiriog servant of the Trnbllc, and Taber ridins will be for- tunate in having him as their repre- sentative again. His honesty and in- rity are a oy-vrora [torn enA to en fs Well Under Escape of Big Auto Party (Prom Our owa armaasay, May Carman- fay Automobile club is urjder way. It has already a Roads Day." it Is the hope of the organiza- tion to secure good roads la ihe neigh- borhood with tbe assistance of the fanners and to put up guide posts on ail the main roads to town. The club deserves Ihe support of all Ihe peopic In lots vicinity In Us worthy effort to mafcc good roads, so Khen "Qocd Raids Day" Is announced, a nearly re- sponse should be given. The anniversary of tha Oddfellows' held in Emmanuel church, was well attended, many present wearing regalia. Rev. P. Taylor preached an Rev. VYillUra Lennos Mills. of Oumriii, 8t King- Out., of hsari trouble, Bficd Tl. krs been killed iu action ID Among Cana fllao chaplains Just to duly In are Capt, IL A, Scarlett, li OUror, Sast. Capt. The sale of pounds ol flsh lo the British goveninient by a company at Hoslon, Teas ancoo The consignment will Include docfe and flounders. had- A slatcmenl ot claim l-as been G.ed EEainst Ihe city of Winnipeg (or by Thoous" K. Kelly, whose Hiilc uaugbtor Iresc. by a Jitney on March 27, The Swedish government will asfe the riksdag Id adopt Ihe proposed law establishes CLTapulsory civilian ser vtco for males and females between tfie ages of 15 and .SO, A call for women voluuteera for wort as street car conductors was Issued the Chicago ciiy IrafUon fioner. ivho said the street railway company was 200 men short. The Canadian Associated Press Is informed1 thai a n umber of officers not at present required lu ths Cana- dian forces are lu be loaned to the British war oSffce. subject to recaK when wanted. A. E. Manchester, (or many years superintendent ot motive power ot the Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul rail- appropriate sermon, and Mr. JloHs way, dled'al .Milwaukee fit the age ot rendered a solo very acceptably. Mr. Mahoosy left on Sunday for Calgary atler receiving the sad news thai Mrs. Mahoney bad died In the hospital of that city. The sympathy of Ihe community goes GUI to the be- reaved rela tires. The last quarterly official board meeting was I in the of tha prorince, and his one thoaghl church last Wednesday a goad repre- sentation was present. The reports show tbe church to be .a an oiceHeal financial position, and that consider- able progress has teen made in the ot its various depirlmeuU, On Sunday an inslaUation serrlee was held for Ihe installice of the new officials. Sli new members were re- ceived into the church and the seren reinesentaiivcs elected. The representative? are as tollows; Mr. G. Francis, Mr. Cotfan. Mr. Brid- ged, Mrs. Baker, Mr. T. Burwaser, Mr, -E. C. Law, Mr. B. D. Hufflm Narrow Escape What might have been a seri- ous accident, look place on Sunday Js the irelfare of the pwple. for be is one oC tbem. heart and sonl. Ills ad- juinlstrillon of Oie gaols In the prov- ince has been such as to call forih Ine ot many aulhorUies on; prison York In Canada and the United Staffs. iras drirfos THE GERMAN- AMERICAN VIEWPOINT A recent Issues of the Toronto Globe quotes a letter wrMeD by a German-American In tfoe Chicago Tr1T Imne reEardlng Germany and United Stales, and makes tie following rsry pertinent comment; It can neTer cease to fte a maiter 0( profound Interest to the people ot the English -speak Ing race sides of the Atlantic Lu Kno both real attitude ot Iho German -Americans to- ward the part their country has efl lo play In tha European irar, One can understand their dislike ot .being dragged Into ttrugjrle people of their own Mood and tongue; what one would like to be sure of is after tLey hare acquiescence In the policy to which Iheir present country has been commuted by ita pro J. B. Barlram, of Toronto, will be he Liberal vaudlJalo for the of Commons la Durbani. Rural uiunIclpallies of Manitoba have borrowed from Ihe government Ihla serins. BO far. for tho purchaeo c( seed grata. "Bobby Powell, leunls siugles cham- pion of British for tuany was killed JD acllou lu Frauce on April 2S, AccorJtog lo a London cablo to the Xew York World. Major Campbel! Stuart, of the Canadian army, has beeu opfolniea mlHi-uy attache o( the British cmbaggj- at Tror. Georga li. Jnimstou, tor more ibUD a of ft century MenLlllcd Iho University Toronto, as lecturer atid professor, dted of .septic lueiifugiiJi. A quarterly dividend o( ?3 a share ivus declined by tho Standard Oil com- cC Kev York. This Is )1 n share more iharv tho jirovfous quarterly dts- tursotcoDl. The Is aUrlbut- el to the larger carnLogs last year. The steamer .Jfatironco, owned hy A- B. McKey. of KamlUon, carried away two head gales of lock No. 3 ot tlie Welland canaL Tfie rrelgtter was upward bouaj, when sometblng went wroaff vrHh tho engines. General Joffre aod otfter members of ihe Frcnctt mission to WashlngtaD, are n-Kneclcd to be In Montreal dur- ing the week beginning May 21, when the national unity eonTeotlou is to be beW, Colonel Rcsevelt oJso Jias beta invited, News has been received ol tbe death Irom "wounds ot Lieut. Iloii. Frederic beir ot Lord Chelmsford, formerly viceroy ot In- The eldest SOD of Lord Chelms- in the of- CHAMPION IFrflm Our OWQ Champion. successful Red Cross lea was slveu PH Thursday, at Iho rest rooms of the women's lustl- lule. Mrs. 0. Clever Nlsa E. Adsuts served as hostesses. A lotal ot vf3 leallKj. C, Amlarepii baa Lud n very success- ful yMfwlth his His crop lias retllKd lilm filthily over A ot JklcLnugullus arrived ou Saturday. Many Improvements were made loe school last Vi'o now a tpleuJld walk un io Iho Echool; and (or the benefit ot the country pupils who brfuf tlietr dluncrs In; lablo and fijarhes put up for 1'lfO planting should be general (his week. On Saturday a large num- ber afrh-eil from Indian Heart, SasV.. (or farmers, lu this district. The school Is planting some fourU'on hundred and fitly small ones this weeK. At a scout meeting hell at Iho school on Saturday evening. 11 was resolved lo hold AD entcrlalnoienl and pie social on Wednesday oveulng. May Ifith Tble Is lo help provide fund's [or the annual camping and cuUnp In inn foothills. Tho district contention ol the t3 being held PVo-t Ihrefl Cays has aided; grally U okfl on Tuesday. Hov. U. J A of lha farmert rvuoci tbrilr ,nd Mr, Filebt ara tho ddcgalci fromi wheat up, have lias, (bo'reoulQdw vUl Tb9 beautiful woathor ol the dm lug tlie Don't Take Risks Ii your stomach is stroog. yc-.rr liver active, iad bow- els regular, take care to keep them aa Thae orpn inijuirlant to your health. Keep them in order with Beecham's Pills andavcW any risk serioos ittaMB, A4oseortno needed, will help the digeafrnvstimnlate tike bfle, and regulate the habits. Their timely OK wfll save much .needless suffering, fortify the system, wd. Insure Good Health TO years. lie had been Ihe rail- way company 53 years. Crest manifested d'a- at the Globe theatre, ixraaan. J _ April 20, when Gaby Deslys appeareaj fice of Hanllnge. died of wounds carload of younff people In his new car, io his horns al Harper. dcura tbe long hill into the Little Boiv valley. Ibe car got out of control and dashed into the side of the bridge. The car was badly smash etf, wMIe two of its occupants. Miss Kolden and Mr. Patrick, were in- jured. Those who witnessed the accident report it as mlraciilous thai the car did not fall over Ifafe bank and Into the river. Congregational Banquit On TiJnrsflay evening the annual OQETeeatfonal bacqcet will be held In the Methodist church. A good pro- gramme of music will be provided, and rspcris-Jfom toe varlons branches ot the work will he read. A good social time Is ant ted. Sad HEWS was received on whan a wire reached W, H, Miller that Mrg Hann had died at Strblhroy, In a costume representing Ihs flags of allies, iath a stupendous head- dress ot red, white and blue, covered with Elars. An appeal for 300.000 women throughout ihe United States lo begin 2! once acllvs relief work In making articles of wearing itpparel most need- ed soldiers, Ihe openiDg session at PbHaileliute of Ihe un- nual couvealion of (he Needle Work Guild of America." i It ii officially aoonnnccd ,n Berlio thai cily children will be placed on farms this summer by the government Fifty pfennigs dailj- will paid for each child eicepi in Kast Prussia, where the farniers who sur- feved Trom ibe Russian invasion have refuEeii to pay. AUarncr-Gsneral Macdonald in the B.C. house brought down a bill which bands out goTeraineDl property to the elites of Vancouver and Vfctoria. Vancouver gels the courthouse site on a ninety-year lease, with pcnnls- flon to use It for erecting public buildings and a monument, to soldiers. Victoria Is glren six acres of Ibe Songhzc: reserve for a park. One huDdred and sixty homesteads in Western Canada were taken out by In tbe last wcefc, The number of homesteads hare been taken gul In Alberla, ac- cording to the official figures. Alberla claims 67 of the number, Manitoba has while Saskatchewan has 67 also. "Shadow the estate near In 1914. Lieiit. was born In 96. He was wounded In March, 191S. The general board of missions of the Methodist church accepted T. H. Williams, Winnipeg, a recent Era duate and gold medallist of the Mani- toba Medical college, as a for Cblneso mission work, hut bis ap- pointment was deferred unUl after the vrar, as he desired to go on active sen-ice. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF Ecpairs for All Makes of Engines. Our plant Is equipped with machinery and our men arc competent to handle any Trork on any kind of machinery- GRINDERS AND PUMPS We manufacture and hara for sale Roller f.nti Plate Grinders and Ueep Well G. KTStlHEL Lessee of the bridge Iron Ont. Both Rev: and Mrs.'Ptanu wercf Long Beach, N.J., used as a "summer deeply respected and lored by Ibis community during Mr. Hann's pastor- uto in the Methodist chQich three j-ears ago. The congreialkm of Iho White House" by President Wilson last year, Las been Eulfl to a syctli-j cate of prominent New York and Xew i Jersey men who propose to present the property (o the government for use. church authorised an eipresston of as a permanent summer residence for, their deep sympathy (o their former i'he president of United Slates, consMIuled may ?a anthoritles. be at Us face value- Light, at onre Inter-1 uttag and reassuring, has been chert on this point by the "apology" of a jiromlofint western German-American, has been given editorial promi- nence In The'Chicago Tribune, 5Sr. Kotzenabe begins by slating that, as a German by birth, he feels It to be "a horrible thai he "may hare to fight the and he (hen goes on to Gay: "Because my blrlh and reelings beyond my control, I bare to particu- lar love for the French and less for Iho British; but ?jy strange Irony of fate 1 Efie those nations git-Ing their blood for principles I hoM dear, agafnn the wrong principles of people I IndlrtdU' ally lore. It 13 a very unhappy para- but one J cannol PSMPO, I do not want to see the Alllca triumph ever Ibe land of tny lilrth; but I do very much -want to see the triumph of the Ideas they tight for H sickens my soul lo think of this nation ?o- Ing forth lo help to destroy people, many of whom are bound to me by Ueg ot blood and friendship, but It tnuat fce so. It i? like a dreaJfol surgical operation. The irjiJiiarlslic, umleifjo- crafrc demon which rales Germany must be cast out; it Is for us to fla It now. I try to tell roysolf that It not our affair, that we should con- tent ourselrea measures o[ de- fence sjirt armed neyliaWiy; but l Vnow It Is c'ot.flo. If FniEslanlsm trl- uraphs In this vrar we shall be In real peril, and those Ideas for which so Jnych of the world's best blood has been spilled Ihrougn the cenlurlo? be In danger ol extinction. Let us make war on Germany, not from TG- vcogo nor lo uphold qulb- blea of Infcrnatfoiiui law, but with our whole heart and with all our because. Germany Koracfp3 one Cod and tve another; one or (be other mur.L "perfsb. Let us war on tho Oer Bisny of "Junherlsni, (ho ol fghffuinees; and let ns swear not to pence until (be Imperial Ucr- minister, through W. B, Dean, tbe re- cording EtevTard- Mlas N. Clarke, of assum- ed duties as teacber of Ihe primary class the publfc school last Tues- day. Tie school has now a complete claff of teachers. Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Law, of Belle- vue, were the guests of his brother, E, C. Law, during tbe past week. The Ladles' Aid held thfelr annual Mothers" Day last Friday aflernocn, Forty-three gathered In the Methodist church to enjoy "social tercouree and to listen ?n ftx lent' proprauiTaie as follows Piano doel, Mrs, Folk and Mrs, Cowan; vo- cal solo. G. Pkhe; vocal duel, Mrs. Simmons and dlfss Bryana; ad- Shadow I-awn Is a 50-acre properly wllli a large nouge containing more lhan 40 roomg. "H has cost IU vari- ous owiiere about io de- veJop Ihe eslate. IIKC10R'OWNERS ARE YOUR ENGINES EQUIP- FED FOR SPRING WORK 7 We are well equipped to handle all kinds of repairs. High grade work at a reasonable prtct Is our motto. We Gvarantes Satlifaetlpa Our Prices Are Right. N1VEN BROS. 216 First Ave. S. Phone 1732 dress, "The iln. Jloiraf. Training ot Sirs. Mowa.l's address Ihoughlful and fntetEailng anil waa tlioroujlilj' appreclalcd by all those presoot. Light TGlreshmeola were then served. ALBION RIDGE tfFrom Our Own Albfon, Rldgo, May sur- esalTo' aaowatetrmj durlog tho latter cart 6t April have had the effect of very late ecodlng. Tnofc fortunate to get wheat in before the Elorma could Aml1ep however. Seeding IA jiro- Brcsslr.g now and Ihe soil (9 In EpUn- dfil condition. A real spring land-cleaning Is In order, and sEacltH and alubblc are giv- ing placo to HUablc soil. Farmers are not organised Into a body for the consct raUoa of straw stacks. School opened May I with Mfea Frances Dunevtorlh. ot I-ethbrldee, In charge. Mfsa "DunsM-orth -wllJ be a welcome asset lo the social life of the community Hcv. Jlr. Pike la giving some ex- cellent sermons on present day (ojjlcs. Mr. Plko has a decidedly learleng tnelhwl of attacking Itic false, while presenting high Idcah (or every jay life. Service begins at p.m. The Darr.iis Wnmens' InatUute en- Icrialn tho Carmangay Institute on May 12 at ihe Harons restaurant. Come, whether you are intorcBted; or not. Perfection Wire Stretcher and Splicer Don'l kink the wJre. Wire dun't go alack wien machine is remoretl, W. O. Weofcs says: "It Is Ihe oolr thing Uut will make the oW (enco 39 good as MANUFACTURED BY C. F. TOLLESTRUP, RAYMOND, ALkERTA THE CANADIAN BANK OFXXDMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O, U.D.; D.C.L, PniifcnB H V. F.JONSS, Au'fGtn'l.Miiu HH AIP.D, of W Brtrtbo CAPITAL PAID Up, I RESEAT FUND, i WAR TIME ECONOMY IS NO EMPTT PHRASE IT IS THE CONTRIBUTION OF THOSE WHO STAY AT HOME TO THE WINNING OF THE WAR. Do your share by building up a Savings account or investing in war securities. Lethbridge Branch-- R. T. Brymfier, Mgr, FARMERS! We want you ear. It fs needless lo ear thai If Inter- ealed anil tbat If you associate younelf with abld Insurnnco men who honcal and efficient and who will be- JjfnrJ the movemoBt, tJial-I irJJl do erery thing that 1 can possibly do to help mako It a success. .You however, thai whale.rer I I must ido In A pprnDrift 1 or proTeaslonal' way, that M Vlce-rrcsldent of U P. A, 1 rourt nnd will nol, do lhat m.gV conntrued aa Uiat I had aa- ilipfHr of that body. In fact while I be.Ktfl that Iho Exccullro of Ihe U- F, A.'Will be In sympathy with Ihe movement, and Buch as Vice-Presfc.out Weft, who- (a In this dfalrtct, and .sucli Directors as 31oano and Martco, might hc- cofno pcrflonnlly Interested, ynl as a wholfl, 33 Intimated, above, (ho U, P. A. has wpon the beat of the hall problem. 1 have Ulctl to ECt iho mnllcr before ydfl tis clearly eg I Can wllhoul going loo much Into ND IN GIVING MY CONSENT, WHICH f DO OLADLY, I WISH TO.3AV THAT AM NOT ONLY IN FULL ACCORD WITH THe-'PBQMOTERS Of THE FIRE AND HAIL INSURANCE COMPANY, BUT I HAVE AGREED TO TAKE STOCK IN THE COMPANY, AND iWILt BE MORE JHAN