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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIE LETHBRIDCiE DAILY TACE FTVE FIGHI FOR PEACE London, May despatch Ital ID iKo yesterday Dr. Karl ilc-Hferirh, Ger- man rice cbautcltor. Bpoke of peace cisary for Ibe Getman iwoiile, adding: "It we were not yel able [a opLala H we must flgbl Jor FREIGHT HANDLERS HAVE CONE .OUT ON-STHIKE. Fort William, Mny ha lets In Canadian Pacific railway sheds licro went oul ou strike IbU morning for fii Increase In wa from 25 to 36 per hour. "THE COW BILL" What the Press Agents Say Farmero in Other Districts Arc Working Night and Day to Crop !n wheat CARMANGAY uEav. May ectline la done, in of couJitious tho far me re have tl liy sieiins every avaltauK hour in wblcli lo work, and as a con- jueDce we- ate afclo lo oiafcft li stateuieul. The seed was sown in Ibo early part of Ih-rt month U In cases well above ground. GcDerally It may lie said. Vhal early auwn wtea bas gained cothlug owing to the favorable ellmattc condiLtonE, whc delayed germination. Now warn and stiUeiJ irtatber prevails. all the wheat In tlic 1 ground, plenty of moisture In. Hie soil and good warm dnyt, growtlt ehouM he rapid. Iu BpUe of long delays anil many there are no rca- All elgns armers t0 greater vigor and i mloatlon to get ...all the croji JB tosiJble and every is at >n their fields and while the trap ia not going Iu In as gooj us i-f o- >lo would iire dolns heir -hcst lo get the acres In, Sumuicr-fallow has nil tct-n eopdcJ nil germination has tteu yooU from all the reports so far aAVMOND, J I ay cioud, Vftj; Y.-- A cotitliiuallou lor next ol Uic cuupto ot days wether vlll ftt- as errat an Iu this district as last year. On some farms seeding U at mo j I over, wliile on oth- ero it Is now really gtily good start There will not he as an amount scntleJ to wheat. of the uiany farmery will tow flax and ley, with EOIUO of heavy lie Llgher land la bcIitB seeded a: L Briber vest and eoatli it will be 6LH1 lattr. U new 'cct and evcryili.nE will lium this k as ajirlag sppare-nily only ;ust arrived. At Ulcmvood is arthest udvaticcU, fifty per ceut of llio wheat being Tiikcn B whoto not more (ban fifteen cor cent, of ihe vrlieai nrea i3 nor.- ed in commit I of, AWOHIS tho amtud- nts projjosej arc a igniter which provide tor control ol unj COHI- iOa iniJ lliL'ir ututor tho t'l of It is ;m Imjioi move and OHC In whlr-h Mayor Ilardio Ihinka the cltU-a EhouM Lit1 suieguaidi-U iigainsi any UEurjiatlou of their ytivrerg. From Ottawa te will go on tq Mon- treal 10 auccd the deal- ing widi WAT ar.d afier-the-war prob- lems ou .May 24th, I'Jlh ana Wisconsin lias 233.000 ni IN Germany and Ihey have 000 arnony iliem, but the total population of ilie stalo Is CARDSTON DISTRICT. CarOsIoo, May became general al HlUsprlne. Gienwood and Haley on Frldaj- and Saturday of last week. At Woolford Aetna, little seeding hflB been done as yet but, it will be general this week. A mile of JIavor Harxlic e.'pcc-ts to to Oi- tava next week lo attMiii a im-elius of the railway coaimliiee uf llui HUIJFO lo discuss nutters of o vjial inipcriaoce to the inunicifiall-! v ot the Doialuioii. lu a. wJre cciTCd tblij morning from Light- ball, secretary ihc I'tuon of t.'an- adlan MuuIelpalUffp. li was intiuialpd lhat May 18th had teen fei as the dale on which propound amendment to tho Hallway Act would discuss- BIG RAID ON VICE RE60KTS MInot. N. O.. May The Stock EDcOUTageraent Act. "Which pasieJ at (ho rcop.nl BPS- of Iho Alb or La Legislature, com- monly known IB "Tho Cow DMV la opcraUon, and AprllchUons arc received at tho Department of AgrlcuHure for loans under tlita Acl. The Act lhat any' five f-f more furmera may arall them- iclvcs of Us prorlslons by Joining lo- gether for thai purpose. These men may borrow up lo cnch. Tho money Is loaned lo them tor a period of live al 6 per cent. Jntereet, The termer receives the full ?500 and he has noUHoK la pay but ?30 Interest onco a year until Ihc end of five rears. The only eipensc In connection with tho loan Is the fee or ?1 for every ?100 borrowed. There la no lurlher eipcoso In'conucctlon wlUi chattel niortgsgca orjthe reglsLratlon of Ihe same, as the Ltvo Slock Commissioner In tho DC- partcaoTtt ot Agriculture holds the cat- tle fn security for the loan by means of a government brand. A certain amount, of superrlKlon la mado over the purchase of iho.caUle, or rather, tho farmer 19 glrcn whatever assist- ance he may require In the pwrchaBC of bla cows. The money must be uaed exclusively in Ihe purchase or cows or heifers, except In CHSP-. a n-jmbei of of an assoclallor, wish to pur- chaso a pure-bred bull to lie used tbem as an association, nrid then 1C AT THE EMPRESS Tho story of. a stern country mnn. tcart or toiio. ?ad of ceed agalnat-the one man who so nc gleets hJs nnil compel him to pay irhttover loss there Is vllhoiit Involv- ing the other members of Iho synili- cile In a suit, Ihc Idea being lo work out. as simply as possible, a sys- tem nr which men can borrow money At a low rato of for Lhe pur- of lire stock, and Bill) have rei nonahle protecflon for tho of the Province of Alberta, which guar- antees theae loans, And tnus mater lillj redocts the rate of a number of appllcfttions oeen raceiyetl from und the LM.Stock Commissioner Is lo-iako tho matter up with MT.fimera tntcrcslet In 'the Act. Write the Department o Agriculture, Edmonton, for jisiorma lion, foirn> of uprllcatlon nnd copies i of Stock Enc Act. i actress would was a Coney aland dancer iu ncr insl Famous Ptayera plclure, and It nave her llttlo opPortuoHy for dressing up In the Reason's latest creations. Kow she Is live daughter ot tanX robber in her newest Paramount Picture, "A Girl Like in which eho is belae co- clarred ivith Owen Moore liy Famotia. I'lnycrs at Starland Wednes- day and Thursday. .It (3. noU.a pretty part Miss Fcmvlck plays In this picture, for ihe Is Ehown at first as a member of her father's disreputable gaiiE and Inter goes lo town with tho express purposes of learning the com bloat Ion to Uie bank safe irUh the of robbing her employers. But Ircurnatances completely change the liaraclei ot this head-strong E'r' nd elie finally aids In the capturo of cr own accomplices after they have j roveit false to her and killed her wn father. arc just as clean as they look, and as wholesome as they arc delicious. In Packages Only. Equally pure and just the thing for your children, arc our BOYAL ARROWROOT BISCUITS ONE-SEVENTEEN Hsrti-Wtit Bisoat Co., EDMONTOS ALTA. Irene Fenwicfc AND Owen Moore IN 'A GIRL LIKE THAT" -LUKE'S SHATTERED SLEEP" LAST TIMES TONIGHT PALLAS PICTURES PRESENTS VrVfANMAHTIN "THE WAX A Splendid Paramount Feature In Five 'Reels. Don't Mist II. VISIT OF THE IRISH-CANADIAN RANGEliS TO 1RELAKO. 'Making Moiher" "Spit Mrs. J Spronl has ichiro'crt [rom where fthe Sax been foi1 fow ttys. A, M. Qatrctl, IxisSannao Cnuslnfiivti' wcro clcctc.l dclc- ralcs lo attend the Liberal convon- which Is lo be held at AVaincr sr sih, ma p.m. HARRIS AND PROY'S MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY v PRESENTING "The Isle of Smiles" MELA.NCE OF MIRTH AND MELODY Iton ARCHBISHOP IS DEAD, Jlclbournc. AiiEtrdlb, via London, May Mosl Hey. Thonlns Jos- eph Cnlliclio frchljlsliop. D' Melbourne, mid melrorolllan of Vlclorln elncc 1988, illctl Ilo bom In 1833. A Coiid'imfws ISoiiiKl of Laughter and Song. DAY IN PARIS" PICTURES Helen Holmes in "A Lass of the Lumber-lands" CHAPTER GOOD PICTURES MallntM Dally, 2.M: Prlcu Matinee, Chlldrin I0c, Adults, Kc, Even- IAg PrlcM, Ch'ldrtn 25c, Adults 50c. AUCE BRADY !N Qaod Including Funny L-KO Cvmidy, THE FlRSr OF THE UWTEO 5TATXS TUc 3rd Edition, la Its form, prinlrd on oIcj-fuMMcd THICK PAPER which n twkw.fJ book iUt io. be tupvotttd upon ut.1i. THE ZSlk PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES ustai BriUnntr., lltb Editioo, vUck 501) men retdmr LuL U tinted tbi JNDU. PAKR tad b vuj to bolj ud 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 a four-hour drive by horse and carriage from Perth to the Golf Clltb at SL 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 toJLiyerpool. in 1917 the Mauretania can make the same trip in just days. There is just as much difference between TheEncydopaediaBritannica, printed onold- fashioned thick paper, and the new Britan- nica, "Handy Volume" Issue, printed on genuine India paper, as there is between the stage coach of 1797 and the Philadelphia La it June, when we had to advance tbe price of ihe a few dollars, oatr came in after the latt day of the low price. Express of 1917; between the horse and carriage, traveling eight'miles an hour, and the modern motor, traveling 50 miles an hour; between the sailing vessel and the ocean steamship. If you want (he old-fashioned stage coach-horse and carriage-sailing vessel kind of an Encyclo- paedia Brifannica you need not be in any tiiirry io buy now. You can get Ihe heavy, bulky, thick paper Brilarmica at any lime, But if you want the modern "Handy Volume" Encyclopaedia Britannica, printed on 1 genuine India paper, you must order at once. The sels of the "Handy Volume" Britannica, printed on genuine India paper, now in slock are all lhaf we can get. These are going at the rate of more than 2000 sets a week. The end of ttiis sale is almost here. When the last set is sold no one will be to buy the Britannica in this, its handiest form, at any price, No more can be printed. We cannot get another set from the publishers, be- cause Ihey positively cannot get .any more of the genuine India paper. No more India paper can be made because two necessary raw from Belgium, Germany or Ireland and hemp 5rom of the war, are now absolutely! unobtainable, and no more can be secured for many years- also means thsl no more ol Hie Cambridge University issue of Ihc lirifannlca ami Century Dictionary can be hsil on genuine India paper, We could probably sell many thousands more sets of the ''Handy Volume" Issue of The En- cyclopaedia Brilannica if we could gel Ihein. As this sale uears Ihe end .we are receiving, daily, thousands of inquiries asking for information about the "Handy Volume" Britannica on this wonderful India paper. When we announce the lasl day on which orders can possibly be filled we know that many orders will be scnt'in (hat we cannol supply sels lor. We warn you remaining sets of the "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. 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