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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TKK LETHBIUDGE DAILY PAGE FTVB "SI FIGHT FOR PEACE mdoD, .May Copcojiaeen patch that In tlio HeklmaE yesterday Karl Ilolrrerlch, Cer- uiau rice chancellor, spofce of peace uevctsary for the German peojila, edillng: "If we were not yet able lo obtain it wo rcmsl Hghl tor It." FREIGHT HANDLERS HAVE GONE OUT ON STRIKE. Forl William, hand- lers lii Canadian Vaciffo railway slicds here went out on strike tbli morning for ail Increase In wages, from 26 to 35 cents per hour. "THE COW BILL" What the Press Agents Say Farmers in Oiher Districis Arc Working Nighl and Day to Get .Crop In The Lire Stock Encouragement Act, was passed at tbo recent ses- sion tit the Aluorla Legislature, com- monly known tia "The Co.v la ncnr'ln operation, and arc received at Uio Department i cl Agrlcultura for loans under I Ills Act, The Act provides that any firs or more farmers may avail them-1 jelves of Ha provisions by joining to- gether for that purpose. These men may borroiv up to each, Tho money la loaned to them lor a period of five years al G per cent, interest. The termer receives the lull ?aC5 and lie hae nothing to pay bol ?30 Interest once a year until Ihe cut] ot five years. The only cipensc In connection with (ho loan Is tho fee of ?l for every (100 borrowed. Thero te no further expense connection with chattel morlKSgeg cq the registration of the same, as the Live Stock Commissioner Jn the De- par tnioot of Agriculture holds (ho cat- Uo hi security for the loan by mcaiis of a government brand. A ccrlnln amount of supervision Is made over the purchase of tho cattle, or ralhcr, tho farmer la given whatever assist- ance he may require In (ho purchase or hla cows. The money must te useil delusively in tho purchase of or liclIcrE, except In case n. number of ineuibtrs of an, association wish lo pur- chase a pure-Hirer! bull lo be iihed them us an association, and then 10 per cent, of Uiclr money may he used lor thai purpose. The purchaser of Hvc slock under this Act mual retain the progeny of Vhc cows or heifers so until the nola Is paid, except that he' can the stcera when they are two years old and use the proceeds In con- nfcctloD with formta- tjpne of tho .original cows or or cows or heifers hrc'd froui can be soli without ibc wrNtoh con- sent of the Live Slock Commissioner. This consent, of course, will be given In case a tnrmer should requlro to soil any of Uiem on account of their belnp non-breeders or tor any other reason, replacing those sold with other cows or he If ere. In (bis way the live stock loans will practically all be well secur- ed after'the first crop cl calves hns been raised, so that there Tvlll be a comparatively small amount of risk cither for tho Gorerninent or for any fmllvlrlual member of an. association, In order to avail themselves of ihta loan, live farmers'am asked to Join sJcritng Joint" and several for the money, so thnt In caao of any man rrilfully ncslrcllnff Ills Block there will be some fulercaled iwrsnn In the shape of another mem-1 her of the syndicate to uolUr Ihe Live Stock Commissioner i end he, under too provisions 'of this Act." can. tako of tho stocX so neglected, and that the other members of the syn- dicate as Nvcll as Ihn Government, nrc protected npalnst tosn. FroTbfon Is alao matte ID the Act for the Uvo Stock Commissioner to pro- reed against the one who so no- SlecLa his stock nnrt compel him lo pay whatever Ions there la without inrolv- Inf the other members of the syntH- cftte In a law-suit, the Idea being to work out, sis simply as possible, a sys- tem by which men can borrow money at a low rate of interest for the pur- chase o( live atocfc, and sUU havfc ren- Honabk protection for tho of the Province of AJherie. which antws loans, Ihus mater- Icily rHacte the rate of Interest. number of applications hftre been received from jmociRilona, and the Commissioner Is lo Idlto Iho mailer up Kith any farmers Interoalcd In the Act. TV'rftc tho Department of Apfcnlture, TdTnontpn. for iniarma- llon, fornif of nnfl copies of The LlTC RlCKJi Encouragement Act, AT THE EMPRESS The story of a Btern country man. head of tfte town's morals cocsinU- tee. Qts daughter, who sarca younger sister from uls- graco by taking her ylacc on a email CARMANGAY Caruiaiigoy. May all wheat secciinE done u! T.'eather conditions tho farfuera have triumphed by slezing available hour fn watch lo wort, and ae a con- equeuco we are aLIo to niafec tbt, The seed YiUeh was town to early part or laal month Is ID many casts well above younrt. Generally 11 may bo said, iual early sunn wheat lias Balned nothing owing "n- lavorablt eKuuttc condUious, vhtcb dt-lnyed ECtralnallon. Now and settled prevallE. all Uie la (be I plenty ol mofGltiio In the sol] -anil eooil warm days, growth ebould lie rapid. _ In spite 01 luufe auU liiiiLij there are no rca- 0115 lo lose heart or hope. All Elgns olill tu a year. armere to greater vigor ard deler- mloallon to gftt all the crop !n ilWe and ei'ery is at work their fields aud ihe is DOl going in In as eooU thape cs IIC-Q- would like, yet tJiey are doing heir test lo get the acres In. Summer-fallow baa tceOtd and germination has -tt-en from all the reports so far. RAYMOND. Ilaymond, May continuation for tfce week, of the hs-t couplo ot weather svc juacileaUy treat au acreage- town It) tliU district as last year. On aoiui) farms seedtug ti almost orer, wtiHo 011 otii- ere It Is now really only gelling good Etart. There will uot be great an araount sceduil lo wheat. Uccaucc of backv-'ard tnaay farmers sow flax and bar- ley, with some of them golug he on oats. he higher land being seeded at, i.cavilt I'arlfcer wtst and tcmlh it 'lll be BtEII later. Wealher now >crfec( and will hum Oils ec-V as apring haa unly lust arrived. At is hesL advanctil, iiossLbly firiy per cent of ihe vhGiil bclug town. Taken as vrhvlo not iaore thau fiftreu per ceui. of iho urea ia LOT.' lO'.ni. ed in committcp. Among the amend- i riis yroposcij QKJ a uuntber "ivhlrli vjfJi- for placing ibe control of It klilione, iclryrui )i uiiU i-k-elrio com- j'HiU'3 und iliiMr uiuler tlio Hoard of Iv JB an impnriant move a rut ti'ie in which Mayor Hardlt thinks Hit cUiw ehouM be snfeguarUtd against any UEurpaliQii cf jiowera. From OUawH he will go on to Mon- trt-al lo iiitccO the cou vent Lou stand dancer In tier last Faro cms Plnycrs picture, and ft gave her little opportunity (or dressing up In th gen son's Litest crcalionB, Now alic Is ,he daughter of a bank robber In her newest Paramount picture, "A Gir In which fibo is being co starred wllh Owen Moore by th Famous Players at Slarland Wcdnea LJ biju Thursday. It part thil Miss Fenwlcfc plays In this picture, for she Js 5bown at first as a member of her falbcr'.s disreputable gang and Inter goes to A'small town with the express purposes of learning the coioLfnation to the bank safe with Iho Idea of robbing her employers. But circumstances completely change the character of (hla (lead-strong girl and she finally aids In tlic capluro of her own accomplices nfter (hey have proren false ,lo. her und killcJ tier own father. week. At AVoolford and Aclua, iittlo seeding has been done as yet but, it will be general Ihls week, A tUUc of Mayor liardlo lu RO to Ot- tawa next week la aitc-iitl a ni'T-llti? of the mil flay coiumliici1 of the- HuusG of CqmniotiA to disfiia-? (natters -if vital io3portance lo the lies of the Doraliiimi. lu a rn- ceivcd this iiiornins froui S.iRhl- Jiall, sccreiary of tJie I'lilon of Rillan JliiQwlpaliliM. h was hillmali'd lhat May ISlh liaJ been tti as the dato on which amcndniputs to lha Railway Act would discuss- ius ZJ3.000 Inhabitants Iiorn Ju Oenniiny and tliey have cJiildron air.oiiK Ilieni. but ihc iotal lauon ot ihe dtale Is BIG RAID ON VICE RESORTS Mlnot, N. IX, May than 70 persons u-ero lure on a charge ol liquor deal- lug- gain Ming and vice. la one of utast ralfls itie history of Norm Dakota, last, night. v v TheEmpire Ice Cream Parlor Under New Management carry full Hue ot Confectionery, Fruits and Ice Cream In and us a trial, Neit door Orphcum Tiieatif. G. S. Boyd Co. BOW ISLAND. Row Iclacd, May The oi id! I Ions fn this vanity have im- proved vrondcrfully this last week and he conditions bare encouraged tfci; Scrupulous Cleanliness is the one cast-iron rule la comer of our bakeries. are just as clean as they took, and as wholesome as Uieyare delicious. In Packages Only. Equally pure and just the thing for your children, are our fiOYAL A830WBOOT BISCUITS North-WfSt Bixnt Co., timittd EDMONTON ALTA. v THURSDAY Irene Femvick AND Owen Moore IN "A. GIRL LIKE THAT" 'LUKE'S SHATTERED SLEEP" C-flmedy. LAST TIMES TONIGHT PALLAS PICTURES PRESENTS VIVIAN MAKTIN IN "THE WAX MODEL" A Splendid Paramount Feature In Five 'Reels. Don't Miss II. VISIT OF THE IRISH-CANADIAN RANGERS TO IRELAND. "Making Ovtr Molher" and "Spit Ball TODAY HARRIS AND PROY'S MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY PRESENTINS "The Isle of Smiles" iMELA.NGE OF MIRTH AND MELODY ONE-SEVENTEEN Msj-' .T. Sproflt has returned from Lclhbrlilgev where sho tin been rlslltuB a A. M. Onrrotl, W. L. nil P. Causing were elected dele- gates lo attend the Liberal irVlch (a lo be hsM Warner tn May Sth, 3 p.m. ARCHBISHOP IS DEAD. Melbourne, AiiElralla, via London, jlfty Most Rev. Thoffms Jos- eph Carr, Hdnun Colliotlo nrchMsiion. ol Melbourne, melropcWan o{ Victoria elneo 1SSS, Jlcil Sunday. Ilo KB3 uorn In 1S3H, A ContinuotiH IJouurt of Laughter and. Song. "A DAY IN PARIS" PICTURES Helen Holmes in "A Lass of the Lnmtorlands" CHAPTER OTHER GOOD PICTURES Mttlncei Dully, 2.30: Prlcts maiuiie, AJ.lIU [fh3 Prlcet, Chlltfran 2Sc, Adullt Me, Even- ALICE BRADY IN Other Oocd Plcturtt fncludinj Funny L-KO Cemt'ty, THE HRST PRESIDENT OF THE UNTTH) STATES Tit Brituniu, 3r4 EdilioP, in lu o lam, nn THICK PAPER li nlbuILr. 50% m.r. t la hold ud r THE ZSili PRESIDEWT OF THE UNITED STATO g BriUcnjcm, wfcUb i m.litr. b--l k tilMtJ ,a liU 1NDU. PATER u4 b IN 1797 the stage coach {raveling between Philadelphia and New York took two days to cover the ninety miles. In 1917 the Pennsylvania Railroad Express, over practically the same route, makes the run in two hours. In 1797 it meant z four-hour drive by horse and carriage from Perth to the Golf Club at St Andrew's. In 1917 you can easily motor over the same twenty-five miles under the hour. 1797 a sailing vessel often took three months to make the voyage from New York .tqjjverpool. In 1917 (he Mauretania can make (he same trip in just days. There is just as much difference between TheEiicyclopaediaBritannicaj printed on old- fashioned thick paper, and the new Brifan- nica, "Handy Volume" Issue, printed on genuine India paper, as there is between the stage coach of 1797 and the Philadelphia Express of 1917; between the horse and carriage, traveling eight'miles an hour, and (he modern motor, traveling 50 miles an hour; between the sailing vessel and the LaiC June, when we had to advance the price of Ihe "Handy Volume" a few dollars, over orden came in after the last day of the tow price. We warn you remaining sets of (he "Handy Volume" Britannica, printed on this wonderfully India paper, that makes each volume only 1 inch thick, Will be exhausted in less than three weeks. ocean steamship, If you want Hie old-fashioned stage coacti-horse and carriage-sailing vessel kind of an Encyclo- paedia Brilannica you need not be in any hurry (o buy npsv. You can get Ihe heavy, bulky, thick paner Brilannica at any time. But if you want the modern "Handy Volume" Encyclopaedia Britannica, printed on genuine India paper, you must order at once. The sets of the "Handy Volume" Brilannica, printed on genuine India paper, now in stock are ail that we can get. These are going at the rate of more than 2000 week, The end o5 this safe is almost here. When the last set is sold no one will be to buy the Britannica in this, its handiestform, at any price. No more can be printed. We cannot gel another set from the publishers, be- cause (hey positively cannot.get any more of Ihe genuine fmlia paper. No more India paper can be made because two necessary raw from Belgium, Germany or Ireland and hemp from of the war, are now unobtainable, and no more can be secured for many years., also means (hal no more ol the Cambridge University issue ol the ISritannici and Century Dictionary can be had on ccnuinc Indi; paper. We could probably sell many thousands more sets of the "Mandy Volume" Issue of The En- cyclopaedia Britannica if we could get them. As this sale nears the end are receiving, daily, thousands of inquiries asking lor Information about the "Handy Volume" Britannica On (his wonderful India paper. When we announce the lasf day 6n which orders can tilled we know dial many orders will be sent in lhat we cannot supply scls lor. Tens of thou sands of people have written for and received our descriptive book that tells all about the Britannica. They are making up their minds and ordering at the rate of more than 2000 a week. Now you must order or you Never can get it If is loo 1ale now the sale it too nearly aver for you to write for information about this uXmdetful work. Because the latt pro- curable set wilt be told before you could get our Britannica booklet, read it, make up yaar mind about baying and get your order back lo us. Bat you, too, can learn if the Britannica will be useful and helpful to you and you can be in time to order if you will go TODAY to the store named below, see the complete set, examine the books, see the Tarious bind- ings, learn the prices and the plan of pay- ing for the books on conveniently monthly payments. Then, when you know the Britannica i> what you want, leave your order in the store. ;_ If you already know that The Encyclopaedia Britannica will prove useful and helpful to you in your business and in your home life, sign and send this "Reserve" Order form at once, and you will be in time lo get one of these lasf sets. o