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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETIinniDGB HEJUI.D WEDNESDAY MAY 9, 1317 Interests oE lufi tiu its elHc.i. with c! D A I L A K D W C e K L Y Sunday. iwi. Is .Mother's Diy.j Do no! forget lo wear a tor bust on tartn." fXJly. delivered, per per year by year Meekly, by raalt, per yeif TEt-EPHONES Office Idltoilal Office W. A. Bucnanan President Managinp Director. JchD Torrance. Business clud tooms Ltthbrldge Vj Veterans'Vsiwlalloii will be ol- lOt qclalljr oi'sueil Ihts evening -The Vrlertns of iiim destined S) play p larsa In Ibe tuture of Ihe country mid It is the the their doings. of ot stlncrlTi lions pear dc'ly on eddresa latal. Accent- iaca pipers after dste luthnrlly to continue Uon. The war anJ Us.terrtble loll of tbe flcwer ot ihc nation's' manhood ivaa tvgaln brought acutely home lo Leth- bridse people yesterday In Ihe iiiE news ot dealt iu action of Major Alrlfl Hlpley. Thus bave many splendid vouug helhbridst men laid cheerfully, willingly, democracy Vcur King and Country right now' JHE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The German reliance to the allied onslaughts upon the particularly along Ihe llrittsh (runt is developing in ferocity aud in volume. H is a death-sirues-e tbe Ger- mans, for Ihe Ilimlenburg Hue has al- ready beea-broken al Dullecourl. by (he JJrilish. snd farther north beyond Vimy by Ibe Canadians. The realiza- tion of the ralaiiwy the Germans face. in the ultimate collapse oi this last! defence displayed in the terrible strngele they are now engaged In lo etem Ihe allied' advance. Division after division 'offira Iresh troops is being thrust forward! and sacrificed to tlock the pips. And "rf' they have gained a temporary success. Magrat h Farm e re Rushi og t o Cel'Swt Co. Leases. Plant ___ Masrath. May farmers-ID line in northern France, isMhe district are making a super-human 'efforl to their seeding whilo the present, good weather lasts. Nura- and steam ooifils nakiug their appearance opervilons President E. J. Wood, In speitdng na have- been forced to rellcqulsh their hoW on Fresnoy, their latest capture, and a stronghold of the al the Satunlay sejsion o( the quar- terly conference of the Alberta Slake, ifi'srf' to regard Ihc holl- ness of Ibe Sabbath day and not dese- r line. 11 Is significant the .vital Importance of this parliculcr portion of the line lo (he German defence ihat they are concentrating- a great deal ol their forces' to TetaKe'tfce positions TTOJI by the Can: sdiau troops. Thus Dominion's men are bearing'lhe hruut'ot the great crate the day ihe LonI has set apart worship Him by wortlns> Gerrcan now displayed. ter five days of fighting the Canadians j'standlc'g.ihp Ifitenesa of back fronrFresnoy. The they to plant British retain a hold'on Bnlle- court, and, are sllll successfully re- pntelng German counter aUacfcs. J WOHKERS NEEDED The is perhaps the most iraporlanl war work tial men" oC our land ran engage In. dcmaud For Cross supplies be met as qnlcSIy and as fully as possible, and the call for workers is msIsLenL The branch in ncerl ot more The work lhat H has pi I shed Is tremendous, but Ihfi work, ihat it has yet to accomplish is so, and those, who can; lend a will Ing hand' ft-, any" way whaUoever, art asked, to Visit the Red Cross room today and enroll yonr name among the active ones. He also told Ihe assemblage not to he dismayed at the lateness of the season, but to plant as inucb as pos- Flble fa order io'Eelp'oul during the .present Trorld crisis in the matter of production. lie sald'that the season had been lenglUeaed out other years, referring to the time Then the Mor- i'.mpn "pioneers entered Salt Lake Juljr 24 and notwith- Ihe season and harvest to sustain life during the succeeding winter. Lease Power Plant. Critic GaEsJdy Etectrle Co., haVe leaseiV the' power plant ot the EHJson Milling Co, for a period o! ODB The engine and boiler went "through stheifire several years ago mill burned down, lint was only-slightly damaged on account of the protection of the stone wall tfhlch much put it in running order. The holes, are being dug for Ihe pole TARIFFS FOR THE EMPIRE. Ueferring to Mr. Bonar Law's pro- nonnreuiL-iii House of Coratfiona regarding preferential tariffs Ib? empire iba Toroatu Globe lines, and it is expected that Ibe iUrta tnnieil on by. July 1. Mr- and Mrs. CbrUtecsen wish to extend to all those who so willingly "a SB I? ted them .darioc their recent bereavement. H; is rspcrte fog after the operation he underwent In Lhe Gait bospllal for gall stones. At- tha last of tie town conncira bylaw was read, which des- ignates the business centre of town aa a, place where DO more buildings shall bV erected that are not fireproof, Trhlcb will greatly elimmAte the dan- ger (rpm fire, whkh tas played havoc in Magralh In ths pasu i; Among those who attended tbe cono 'flit been iiromotod lo te a (orcslrj- battalion. Tt? Ontulo Prcsli.vtprlan S. Sellery, of Cobours. Out. tueel nait year at au Invitation lo tho How Cbss. Kob-ttsoa, ol Toronto, Methodist clmrch. elected Ono mil a mlUlorj dollars Is Ibe eslimateJ toss to Teasel Irom the Ice blockade at Sault British government has rande a adrauce W Ihe.ranailiaji branch ol tho Aetna com panv. Jlarla. Mich., store the Harvester il (V-B Soo. AprU nollln Stevens, of Delroli, sou M. L. Boyte. M.C.. vt Calgnry. brother ol tho late Ueut.-Col. 11, Stevens, vresl.lent of tho Canada. Flour Mills, ot CUatqam, has applied for a comuiisEiui; In the b Blte'n majority on Ihe Jk'ld. army. is mentioned as ol Iho 4Sth taltou. British government baa asket Serst. O.'A. of Oni., "somewhero in France." hearing tbe call tor greater production, has wrllten offering lo tbe Tlmtt whether It Is In a position lo furuUh the merchant ships for tho trnusporlaltou of American troops la France tills year. tho use ft two vacant lots he confirmation has been re Moiita? Mav 7 was Ihe of tbe death iu France or flight of the smUiis of the Lusllanla. Jack Myaii. one oJ Ottawa's i-falcli IH AmDricaiis lost their all around athletes, ss the result and memorial prayers RTld an accidental Injury. were heard In American chgrches uuj Eundor. fines will be offered to Ihc attending Ibe high aud. public The lolal eulutmeuls for attlvo service tip to March SI, were men and of Ibal aumber 43.033 Toronto, for securing the greatest number ot eyes of potatoes to be used as. seed for planting. been discharged medically unfit. iccluiles roea who have been greater production com cltaUd by Is arranging Warden of Ihe provincial penttcn J. W. G. Watson, manager of lo allow convicts lo till 95 acres Bant of Montreal at Brandon, grouutl in tho western part of the ceeds John Leslie al Marys. not far from Ihe prison. has been manager of the Danfc of Montreal In St. ilarrs for Ihe Gordon M. Pearce, son o fortv-slx K. Pearce, Toronto manager o Dominion Dank Iu Toronto, wa. J. S. Leclalr. seed Si. was arrested at -Montreal in connection with tha ili.'apnearance ol several hunarra In action on April 25, ond was the secoud of two brolhers to give ui Li; Hie on the field of honor, lari lasl Februan- Irom tie Northern Croivn bank at Ottawa, whcro he wbrted as teller. S. Gray, of Timmlns, died-Ir chiliibirlh on uoard the train cu route lo Halleylwry from Msjor A. D. Wilson, of Vancouver, has received Ihe D.S-O. Since Her maiden name was. Mis Gladis McMahon and she was form mas be has been acting as colonel ot Sarnia, Ont- the absence o[ Col. Clark, who sent on a duty tour lo Italy, ile Is cousin oi Assist. Com- O. ot the R.KAV.M.F, at The town cl Wainwrisht. Alia., J adjoining the first lo. for the erection as a hocpllal under tbe new'aef. Applications manpiy, Innlsfill, Olds and hoim. Major 'Kennelh L. T. M.C., ot Out, reported la action April 2S, as, a vate ivlti' the 5th Baltallor, at toon upon the outbreak or the war 'in 1314, going with the First Llent. Etailej- Bt of 'of list gary, has been killed In action. De-tore enlistlnj he was in the emplor "7 i P periectinj Ihe Alterta J'aclBc Grain jthincf AEC being In. charge ot one 'of their vitors In Saskatchewan when the war broke: out. He enlisted as a pnctically' u a Moose Jaw battalion in the an of 1SI4. added to 1 Chanllllj.Trince. lifler having been for tUTee years ia the war, has frac again Into Its own. Horse racing sorup re-Snauguraled, though wlliout tbe ideal n attendance with the ol selecting the ue'st horses tor ing nurposes. owned M P.-R. Hitchcocs: ol New York, Baron Rothschild's Piniiard. J News was' recuireu- froia confinning the report that LleuL liam (leorge Hoblnson. of the R. corps, has not been killed, was announced' last month, but Is prisoner. Lieut. Ttobln'soo, who Into prominence last year by ing down n Zeppelin, .h held I Word reached Windsor llmt Cant Slayiwr Wlls. ot Windsor. wiio been serving with (no CuuilUui jArmy Medical corps In Prawn ducu August, 1SH, had been promoted to tor dlsUnsulslicir service ami tmado seconil iu coruuiaml of the Gran- vlllo Canailhn Special liospltil at Rauisgatc, Kcut couuly, Kiijlaud. The Inquest fit lU'ghia on the body ot the Infaut chllJ. found hurled oil llm farm of August Hulr.ii at Lane, re- vealed ltd fart tlisl the child met death froiu blows oti tho head, ami a verdict i of uiurjor ws j returned nealuel Ilobm. Mrs. Oramms, mother of tho child, now- awaiting for concealment ot blrlb. Is also charged with being an accessory atter the Ian In tho case oi murder. Arrangements lilting been mado between the" Toronto llasobull club tho KorlhcMSo land for tLo Bcores by cable. publlcallona In fsslou of basc- Mayer Cbtnck to lake up with Sir lUcorgc 1'erlcy. Canadlau gverjcas jminUler, the matter of turutshlnE Ilio men in the ircuchcs with various uf uf srortlng r.ows from Ca'uatln. CAKDSTON (tvcru Our Own Cardston, ijay 1 The regular meat. Ing of Ihe Woman s Institute w'as ou Friday Uio court house with a large attendance. Mrs. Dr. Stacpool gave a very good demon- stration on potato aud, applo, frilLere; Mrs. Atkins envo of tli'o ro- cent convention held al Calgary which was very Interesting, Mrs. 0. D. Weeks spent a few days visiting friends in Leihbrfdge. Lylo Holland has resigned ns as- sistant agent at the C.P.R. depot lo to Into carpenter work with Olaud Scotl, Ksley 'Dawdle taking his place at the station. JIIss Vivian Wakley is ill at tho present lime with measles. Quite a mimuer had the card put on their houses last rreek, Mrs. F. V. Carvers returned on. Sat- urday night from a two weeks" visit With friends Calvary and Ardrie. Mrs. Frank Sunimerton and children left ou Tuesday morning-' to visit friends in Lethbridge before going to their new home In Seattle. .Mr. Sum- m'erton will remain hero a few days longer lo finish up some plumbing work. v A. and family are moving to Flneher Creek where Mr. Long-1 staff has Ihe position of superinten- dent of tlia electric works thcro. S. Uwli-t U tllUw the lioaillou led uero by The regular meeting ol tho Prefby- tcrlan [.ndlos' Aid met with' Mrs, Qagncbln oil Wednesday aflornoou tor lied Crosa cowing. Mrs. Tl'aVely ins resigned tlio preeliiencr Mrs. Scdll. wae fleclod tor tho balanca of ike-vfar. Mrs. .Husssll was elected na tu'asurcr Iu place o( Jlrs. Scott.I A spc-flal meeting will bo held with ou May for Red Cross sowing. The ncil regular meeting will to with Mrs. ,C. W. Mckup OB June 6. Mrs. M. "Sykea a very enjoy- able lllllo whlai uarlv on Monday nlsht. I5r. and Mrs. Lynn md son, Sllss Keith aud Mies' Plckuu motored to "i Sslurilay atteruoon aud spent Sunday w.Ith frleudi. WELLS FAVOHS REPUBLIC (yraln-Growers' G, Wells, lie famous novelist otid. author'ot Sees II written a letter to Iho Loiidou. Times advocating Ihe forma- liori pt republic cluba Iu Great Brl- tlou with the Idea of discussing a re- publican form ol eovcruuie.'it Iu place of the preWnt monmrchial system. He out that the present feeling throughout KuropeUa In favor ot Ihe abolition of monitrclilnl and absolute korernajenl mid he feels liat lha Bri- ilsh people would be in keeping with .Iho modern spirit io consider whether cr.jtol a republican govcrrmient would not be Wells' letttr. of dlscusalon. fpr ..1i r.real Krllaln. Mr. causing a great deal Hie son tins been VIII- We CARRY A FULL LINE OF Hf pairs for AU Makes of Kugiues. Our plant eqifippej with ntaehlcery tind our men aro to luy.vork on kind of uiachbtenr. AND f UHPS Wo nuuufulurt hivo for sale Holler tud Plate Qrludera aud Well G. Lesite of Iron Wurtj. I RAC IOR OTHERS ARE YOUR PED FOU WOMKT art llfillpMrf tundla .'I w CunlitH Our Prlcn NIVEN BROS. Flnt ad Ih'Uie.trenches ajiJ tie la adrocat-j until peace cu be en terras hig that tbe war be continued which will gutrjuilee lie perouieDcy. .Perfection Wire Stretcnei and Splicer Iton't Wnh the wire. Wlra ilon't go stack, when, machine U removed. W. O. Weeks says; "It is Ilio only thing that will make _lbo oiO fence, as good ai ever." r MANUFACTURED BY C. F. TOLLESTRUP, RAYMOND, ALBERTA eays: Mr. Bonar Law announces that the Imperial War Conference baa acc.cpt- od the principle that "each pail .ot'? ,_____ Iho Kzapire, having regard lo the In- ieresta ot oar allies, shall give ape-' ciallv laTorable- tencK and TO Ihe produce and manafactures oil oilier parU of the K The resolution Is n idon nf opinion. It force anywhere. The principle be reduced to a plan, and the plan. ASSASSIN MISSED KAISER molor- Jng in Berlin, a. Zurich dispatch lo the an Corriere d'llaiia asserted today. "n, man fired three at the Kaiser's car. to be effective, must be adopted "by tjie parilaraeTil of each cour.iry within the Empire. Australia, which sent no 'representatives to the la riot eVen [ndailed for the presenL Xr, Law aflfla the Information (bat .the'question of the taxation of food- -fluffs an'Open one, and Wr. t.Llord George declares that a system f.ol preferenceycan Se estaoiisnen wiib- JnTOlYlng any addition to the cost food. A preferential Kneme whlcS -rgires no adranfage to Canadian Jstuffg In the British market will bare value for this country iinleas 11 a measure ot relief ty further of the tariff on Urlllah (m- but the remora! of trade ob- "flrucliona M favor o( the'mother conn- 'try will be resfeted by many Canaclfan -.manufacturers. i It (s'aXicrUd thaf. chflPff? "will he made during thft war, the reso- lution will at once frtjucl a new clc- of dlscorii into Urillah domeattc Ipolltips, t-'rcc IrarJcrs, irto ire stHt aajorfty of Ihe Liberal a and Labor- TfJU reproach tha governmeDL for xfieehlne to commit the country to a "permanent reversal of IU fiscal policy cover of the parly tnice pro- cfalmed for the period of the war. assumes lhat after the >ar nfcal DrlLilb will impose a tariff of Imports sufficiently 'iftm'.ia Le the hasla o( a i.Teferentlal schCrap. It may prove that the con- fe'rence. flsstimed ollogelher too much. Tho situation will be more fully ap-J predated when on attempt Is made to of the conference Into concrete shape, and to evolve a plan whfch will reconcile tbe in- terests bf Ihe mother country irith those of the Ihe oiieabfi' dominion of eyerjr Oountry Empire, end Ibe hllUng the1 lonneau the third He -was arrested. When the Kaiser la at-bome hs In a bomb proof house. LL Karlsruhe. The French soldier carries his whole military, record on hla sleeve. An Inverted oh the right Eleevc means and n new one 13 added for each addition. A "V" right side up on the 'same Elf mnaos "sent home on sick leave." The "V" on foe left sleeve Indicates length of service; one for the Erst year and one for each succeeding six months. A new distinction, which Is highly prized, hag recently been created, narrow horizontal band, meaning "j monlbs at "Verdun." A NEW WAY TO SAVE THE PROVlNCB.OFrALDERTA OFFER TO TUB PUBLIC Province of Alberta Savings Certificates In Denominations of Ten Dollars, One Hundred Dollars, and One Thousand Dollars, These Oertifil'Jites will bear interest al the rate of iivc ner annimi, cwniponiided half yearly. Ctrtlllcatcs arc rcdecma'.'Ti''lri thrte yiara.'litu may be titbft'it onv time on the tfemand ff ths holder...... feel that too little publicity has been given neiw malt we want to tell the public something about it. Realizing that the tendency of tbe times was steadily towards the use of lighter beverages, we have for several years'been working on and perfecting a fermented matt beverage containing all the appetising, nour- arid refreshing properties of ordinary ale, beer and ilnating the alcohol. In MALTUM this has been accom- plished, and a scientifically brewed; -Vrell-iaataired really high-class beer it added to the list of temperance distinct boon to thoee who, either from inability to drink the heavier been or by reason of conscien- tious scruples, .were opposed to, their use, may now find in MALTUM is Not a Cheap Substitute for Beer is nuaotftctured and bottlsd in absolute much unit, hope and food properties M ordhiKT I wfll Bt4nd toy kofcij- is not in_. pur own but by jndeptndmt uikiyticri chemiati, We Invite twt or iniptctiaii. IB a thoronghlr slxengthentag I, owing the Intricate tt ramultctun, to produce WILL BENEFIT MANY-IT GAM HARM MOMS SECURITY QUICK CONVERTIBILITY For full Info.-mallon wrlio or apply to W, Deputy-Provincial TVeaatirer; r Bclmontoa, TTTEAT we ban MALTUM unsUIy W MALTUM STOUT, ewpt tU Utter, betoc titan ewuMllMd milt, It nuMwUt. baiter and mow Mood nmkinf MALTUM CTOVT lullj tonoAf with tH tonmueui tad und or told tqr anjow, MALTUM it nflXfnd QtUn and is muurftctamt onlf by 1. L. DMTTTBT, LOOTKD, rtrr rjf m Qvum, mm ot n MIT n orrAnm TOO OBOCV, MIOOOT, Dimtor rwnr E.L DREWRY, LIMITED, WINNIPEG ;