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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETJIRRmOE DAILY THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1917 JUtbbribge Deralfc IctbbriZujCt HlDcrta DAJLY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rales: Pally, delivered. week .10 delivered per year ......S5.0C Daily, by mail, year.........Jl.CO by wall, per year......fl.50 Weekly, by mall per year to 1224 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office Vf. A. Buchanan. President anil Managing Director John Torranco Business Manage! Dalei ot e.-splry o! subscriptions ap- pear diily on address label. Accept unco ol papers atier ciplratlon date i our authority to continue' the sub scriplion. Your King and Caunlry Need You Righl Nowl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Ihose ot other provinces, wherol he iiaiurtl resources are already uu-'' er the administration of the provla- Eotefntnenls. It will be manltejtly unfair If Iho totuloloti government, for iba salie it acy pollllcal leveraEe II uiiy briug, ;onllnripe to heepJrom people of his province, who Uare doiio so much D the war both by way of men and money, the control of the uarural re- sources so loufi promised. PICKED UP The greatest fighting of Tar Is raging about Fresnoy whlrt was won Jaat week the lost again on gradually being TTOD second time, mw i_-aii- were forced bact to Arlcux but "have Uken a heavy loll from the one- mji- and now have their heavy guns trained on the village, end the Ger- mans' hold h of nature. Fresnor Is at the crest ot the farthest iorward ealienl on the British front, is well advanced; towards Doual. and It Is lo the slory ot Iho Canadians that tbe brunt ot iho western front battle (s being borne by them, and success- The French record a substantial gain along their front east of Soissons, en a iront nearly a mile In length.' The cheering news comes tbal Ihe HussUns have re-opened (.he offensive In Rumania, and have broken through the German lines, at one point. WHOLESALERS COMING; HOW ABOUT INDUSTRIES? l.etbbridge spring Is receiving from wholesale distributors more i oreble attention than at any time in the city's history. New huuses, cer- rylns lines ot slock nol heretofore rep- resented, arft being established, and Leihbridge is growing in inportaacc in this trade relation. Tne Buard of Trade U keeping lines out Cor new con- cerns and endeavoring In every way to attract new business. White (be Board of Trade" should keep up the good -work of a Lira cling wholesalers to LethbrUlge, ii seeius the Herald na it a Uule more alien lion snouid be giren from noiv on to ihr "question of industries. think '_ rfce city has quJte goitea over (is one Ime freniy about industries but this does not mean that all Interest in ihis WILL ASK. HE-ELECTION ON THEIR PAST RECORD In view of lie likelihood of an elec- tion in the nroylnce-wilnin the near fnlure It pleasing lo. note the slate- mjnt aidB.teetpre'.UiB TaVer conven- tion on Monday by.Hon.'Chas. Stew- art thai the -government.will appeal to the people for reflection on their record ol a'iminlstiatiph and tlon, and.that the borrowing.powers of the province''ViU.bis consenrcu_un til niter If It is'neci tary, as it very likely" will be, to con centrals.on a campaign- o? direction should be dropped. It has )eeii brought to our notice lhat quite a large number of Southern Albertans FOR THB The Anglican Church at Uarrie, Lleul.-Col. G. V. or the Can reports an Increase or over l vear'6 receipts. Only one student graduated In. the final yoar of Theology at Montreal 1'resbyieriau College, owing to Lleut.-CoL T. V. Anderson, of Otta- wa has had Ms arm amputated as a result or wouuds received al ihe front. The Urillsh Chemical Company, ol TreiiUm. Is rrvctls? 5 ?3P.OOP club bouse and Y. M. C. A. (or Us em- ployes. A register will be opened at Ren- frew, Out., of car owners willing to convey men to and from tornis diirius the busy season. The congregation of Trinity church. Gall, have presented their reclor, Iho Rev. II. Snelgrove, with, an auto- mobile. adfau foresters U gaietted temporary colonel. A military (uncral was accorded the iualiu ot Lieut. Parker Peaoock. kill- ed In tbe railway accident of Sunday atteruoou at Calgary. Major Joseph Dlion who was dent of the Superior Realty Co., at when be oallslcJ has leen al Iho front, Ly-twrf boyn from public and high schools of Calgary have out to farms to work undw the govern- ment ruling which gives them uilil- summer examinations, A numoer ot cattle milch cows, havo recently died at Alhalmcr, D. C.. and surrounding Jbirlct, ft cm a uiyslerloua malady. eymp- tons are said Lo resemble those of Lead poisoning. J. A. Prlnfiie. K. C-, cow engaged In are taklnff stock in a Calgary flour] Offico during the past 12 months were Lieut. George Liwson. for ten years holding inquiry at a traveling auditor tor Iho C. P. IJ. in ihe east baa been killed at the front. For the past few years ho lived ID WiDQtpcg as a cualoing broker. Among articles placed In the lost department ol Ihe Liverpool Post mill project. while Ihe project may be everythlng Is for it. Southern Albertans will dc well" In consider what benefit It Is going lo do tits part of the province IE they send p ninnny avrar from home to build up another clly. mention Ihls in connection, with the proposal to con- sider Lolhbrldge's activity toward se- curing new basic Industries for the reason lhat it appears n? if quite, a percentage of capital could be secured from those !a this district looking (or investments, toward such indus- tries here. Lethbridee should have more Bour mills, an oat meal mill, a packing' plant and several other Indus- tries for which we produce'tbc raw ma- terial right at hand, and'if the Board of Trade can Interest the right kind of men to promote and make n suc- cess ol projects, we do not be- 'it would be a bard matter to interest capful locally and throughout the whole of (he south country here... At any rale there will never be a better time to.make au attempt. half of Iho Dominion govermueat Into the newsprint situation, has anoouuc cd (hat for the convenience ot the of Western Canada he -will hold a meeting'at Calgary, May 30 or; 31. Onc'Teddy Dear, Wiled by shrapnel, was the lotal of casualties Jn a'recent German destroyer attack on Ranisgalc. A liule boy rolled out In panic at the first crash ot tbe guns, abaud- well known to each other In tbe town, belonging to the tame Masonic lodge. Tho >lfo lucRtuo Rcqualnlcd with IHo defendant by of made al grocery store. J (us baud nod aru eeparaled, and Iho 'action lor damages hne been launched as n result. Hannah. tot; ami Klsher tire acting [or, Iho plaldiltT. wUp cUlius for expens- es put to la cotmocdoti willi tbc rase, and general damages. The defendant Is unmarried. The The details o( tho easo lucludo tbo .story (hat vheu WhUaVer left1 the e town and went to England, Mrs. lo go lo Iho Slates. Her husband' objected, because of tbe ex- pense al thai but wire went anyway, it was subsequently learu- cd. he alleges, lhat she carried on a correspondence vilh (bo defendant all tbe tlue, and later he joined her In tho States. They tben came (5'Cal- gary, II is said, ayd j'-'il MJI> >.oii-l for a time, after wlilrh she tool; rooms' In the city, AU this was unknown to Iho husband, who believed his wife lo be still IQ Iho States. Later tbe two started for Iho Stales again, and at tho bordfr tried to pass themselves off as cousins, It Is alleged. Tbe aulborlliea wcro tusnlclous. and wired to Hill at Fort Saskatchewan, having obtained iiis address. Tho hus- band wired lo have them both ar re sl- ed. The wbman was bcld at Kliie'd Gate and subsequently the defendant was detained In Spokauo! Ilepeat'cd JOFFRE IN NEW.YORK. Now rci'resen- Ittllves of France, Ueuo Vlvanl, Mar- shal Joffre and other members of tbe coaiuileslim arrived bcro lo- WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF for AH Makes Is equipped with iiu-irnlaio machinery and 'our men are lUoroushly. coiureleal to any work on any kind ot uiacblnery. GHINDERS AND Wo manufacture and for sale Holler cad Plate Grinders and Deep Well Puuipa. G. KISCHEL see of Ihe Iron Works. have been made since to have the mutter settled out of court. Fail- ing this, tbe husband lias now placed the case in I tie Iiantts of (he lair. Perfection Wire Stretcher and Splicer Dou'l kink (ho wire. Wire don'l eo slack when machine ramavol. VV. G. Weeks says: "II Is Ihe only ILIus Ital will Iho pU fence as good "as ever." MANUFACTURED BY C. F. TOLLESTRUP, RAYMOND, ALBERTA 1.000 pairs of stockings ami cigarettes. Erlg.-Gen. H. Q. E. Leckie has been transferred from the Canadian Eipedl- onlng (he Teddy which was be. tlonary force, upon recall (o Canada lo I headed a moment later by a shell assume temporary command ot Mlli- [through the roof, dry District Ka 11. The Rev. J. C. who for the past four and n half years has filled the office of secretary to Hie BJshop ol Toronto, has resigned to ac- cept 'a position of assistant priest of Simon's church, Toronto. St. Paul's. Porlnian Square, London. Is to be Known as a "home" church r Canadian Anglicans. The Canatl- n church parades each inonih arc to resumed 'at St. Margaret's, tt'esl- Lelhbridge always has'a'welcome for.'LleuL-Gov. Brett aa, was amply nSght.' The Great War Veterans' works to provide employment during 'lion in Letabridge now has a'home the period of reconstruction, the gov- ernment In V position.-io 'do to. In IhJs ibe Is taking a wise course, and one we sure, will be apprccialed-br the electors, ThV "present koverameul has nolblng to fe'ax In malting an ap- peal to ILe elecfbrs" ..The administra- tion has been-clean and above board, The scandals which tbe oppocliiem fcaj endeavored to unearth, "hare fallen flat, and this, facl, coupled. with'_pro- eresslve legislation In eyerr, depart- meat at the government's acllrilj1, placed the administration In a pleasing Jight before-the cleclorale, The EOTernment :TFbtcb.'can appeal to tbe o'n Its' record, arid which refuses limb-worn tad Irs of instituting a vigorous C.JEO Talgn ot public prior-to an elec tlon, Is strong government and one (bat Is likely lo receive the confidence of the people. The Slfton goverqmen lo be "for. Its .'frank ilalemeut on this mailer. We tie brand o! weatber'the Wealher Man "banded on I luring April so bard that he Is ils lo make up for JL A kick udlclouslj- placed, occaalonallv brings ortb ANOTHER HEED FOR OUR'NATURAL RESOURCES It has been laid down aa a rule to ha followed throughout the Dominion that the federal government will car for returned soldiers while they ma TJO convalescent and lhat they will B! in their bat the.proFla clal governments must lake the Eponslblllty ot teeing to It thst tb men are provided with work when Lbe are ready to'go back Jnlo iclfJl life. In view ol this annouticcmenl, -lh decision of ihe Alberta governnien lhal Ihe of' Ihe'prtf rJnce sbaJlj be orde Lbat they available for a cam paten ol public works after tbe wa; Is Important But If Allierla Is to be placed I the same position wlin regard to tbl duty of finding employment for return cd soldiers as older'provinces of tb Dominion are, then the Dominion, gov nrnment should yield Dp the politico club now held over the heads of th people of the provlDce In the chape o ouf nalnral resourcAg, IJ tho priSmls of Sir Robert Borden lo deliver t Alberta Iho natural resources of the yrovfnce were carried out, this prov- fece would be In position lo fulfil Its duly to the.returned EoldLers.In a hiuricr much more.efficient than cnn b'e hoped forViin'der eifsUng'-'condl- iioni, Anu h Alberta will bo c or as compared econd lo none in Western Canada. .Th.9 mine -operators have put the iituatlon In this coal field fairly up o tbe'governmenl. It Is up to Ihe government to take action. Canada cannot have production In ;r coal mines curtailed at Ibis time Talking of' ihlrft and .production we-Uke this from (bo news column of Ihe Toronto'Telegram: Spring lamb, Yes, this Is the price apme Torontc housewives aj-e now paying, according q a etalement from-a butcbcr, i at jeslerday'a thrift campaign meet Ing. Hindquarters are now selling a and forequaiters at aim era getting to J14 fo raby much as the ful grown article, hence they have no In duceraent to keep them, and besides Canadian mutton, on account ot It flavor, It.Trae ciplalned, docs not fin Ihe sale the English or Australian var iely As for the number of Toronto pebpl wbo are now paying nearly a dollar pound for lamb, It was pointed ou that loo many E Imply order a hind Quarter without enquiring Ihe price and aa Ihe bills are paid monthly the realize -what they are payln a. pound. We Southern Alberta shee raccbera would nol mind selling economic Toronto the Good lions V'TCS all the laml> they want at th price, but we fall to sec where th same honaewlvea are selling a ver good lo the rest ot Caoad In the 'malter of thrift. ClUa-loy Toronto evldenlly has a few lessor yel to fearn; Potatoes Wanted on t be %jod ilied, aound whlfi Phone 732 or call al Hay anft Grain Co. t-21' 2nd Aveniii Word was received In Edmonton of e death at San Diego, California, of P. Barnes, a former well known I-estate dealer of Edmo.nlon ond a ember of Hie firm of Barnes core. Partly for his health, and partly for siness. Hon. G. Howard Ferguson, inister of lands, foresls and mines, r Ontario for British Guiana, o was accompanied by Dr. Forbes odfrey, M. P. P., and 'will be away r a month. Locomotive" engineers on the C. P. t, From Fort William., east, have cttled fteir differences with" the com- and secured an 3-hour working ay agreement. Nearly engineers nd firemen will receive from 20 to 25 er cent. Increase In wages. The collection of pictures ot the le Sir Joseph Bcccham was sold in In response lo a call from tLe V. M. C. A. ol Great Uriuln. 15 sludcnta ond professors of Princeton Unlvers- 11 y will sail immediaieiy [or England (o take up Y. [vork at Ihe UritiEh concentration camps. Members ot lie Prmccton (acuity ani students raised to'1 defray John r.nd Horace appeared IJcrsonaUy io [ight their against Henry Ford before the Michigan leg' rslalure and lost. The Scott-bill to permit corporations increase their apltal to was reported out by the house without ;he Dodge aiucndmems. .A memorial' service tbe late Senator Corliy in St.-Thomas' church. The" service was conducted by Archdeacon the rector of tbe late senator at Belleville frotn' i.Hoiiolulu about May -10. Calgary, May for was entered Tuesday morning at ihe supreme court .George Step- hen Hill agalnBL" LieuL-Col.- Louis J Whitaker, "formerly atlached lo head cl No. 13 Saskalche wan, the plaintiff lielng a dry good merchant and tbe defendant a grocer The plain HIT charges that "j affections and ,up his homo. Mr. anJ 3lrs. Hill 'were married In Grand H.C., In August, 1901, anrl have two children. The two men wiiry ondon recently for includ _______ g for Turner's water color quarlera of Military Dlstric f Lake Constance, for which Eota are residents ot Fort J m paid In 190S. arid which 70 ears ago sold (or In the.English house ol commons anl alienated bis Jonald McMasler. K.C., asked If Ihelhaj hanccllor of the exchetiuer would ex- mpt free tickets to entertainments Is- ued to soldiers and sailors from tbe ew budget lax. Mr. Uonar Law re- lled lhal he would inlrotJuco a special revision In the Imclgct bill. Embury was chosen as a ad (date for Reglna by a Conserva- ,ve convention. JsTo other naine1 ul before the meeting. In ihe last irovfnclal election Mr. J. P. b, Embury s be was then, was the unsuccessful andldate. He went lo the front In ommand of-the 2Sth battalion early ri tbe war, antl haa won bis promotion the field. He Is sllli al the front. ARE YOUR ENGINES EQUIP- PED FOR SPRING WORK We are well equipped to handle all Mndi of High grade work at a reasonable price Is our motto. We Guarantee Satisfaction Our Prices Are Right. NIVEN BROS. 216 First Ave. 3. Phone 1733 Ttie on It correct drop. A malic Mb to JJanfer.' SOLD BY E. A. Shiirinan Company 1217 Second Avenue South Phones: Olficc 1173 Rei. 510 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C V.O., D.C.L. PreAfcrt K V. F. JONES, An'l JOHN AIRD, GH V. C. BROWN. Sop'l of Cenuit I.RESERVE FUND, INDIVIDUAL SAVING IS ONE OF THE GREATEST BULWARKS OF THE NATION. Commence to-day by opening a savings account aff Letlibridge Branch-- R. T. Brymner, Mgr. SONS find Society Brand Styles a help iff ypinning their spurs. And fathers wear them to conquer age with dignity. and dther models for 1917 are ready al the authorized Kore in your (own, and arc pictured in our bsye-me Style Book of color pajntingi from life, Send .'jour, addrea for a complimcnLuy copy, ALFRED DECKER COHN, Maken, Chicaeb For Canada: SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES, LIMITED Montriil a i LI .'Jl Come to this store and slip on one of our new Society Brand models. See ihe vigorous air that these ewe to your appearanct. ln THE "2" McKelvie THE, STORE THAT SELLS "SOCIETY BRAND, "CLOTHES' ji ;