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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta letbbrlbge Deralb Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rales: Dally. delivered, per Dally, delivered per year Dally, by mall, per year Weekly, by mall. per Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S.. j-.lt TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office l- W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torranco Business Manage assa's auil-Brltlsh rancor. franWy re- vealed by his war artless In Le volr. H "the Mllltla act were applied, the politicians who are now hefltat- Ins would, we predict, be agreeably disappointed by tho response. The French-Canadlans have an respect for authority, which would Impel them to obey a law enacted by recommended by their Any antl-recrulllag demonstrations n Quebec have been merely the stir ring ol the dress of the campa gn o. sli veare ago. Some ol Uin iu 'that mischievous yropasanaa whether Irom Ihe solace ol oflica o a change ol ueirt. have publlcli canted, and are dolns Ihelr full dut in the present One of them HOD Blondln. Is louring Queta In an appeal lor recruits. The d at his MnntrMl nieotins was th harvest of the sovtn by hlmsell and his fellow Nationalists years ago. Men who lalx ol fbooilng holos IhroiiKi the British das are sonie- Vhat when they; unlur PICKED UP PASSING Branltord biscuit maters raised price two cents a on, boih. plilu and fancy kinds. More than halt the Ssfcws In Belle- ville hare no- scriplloa hat compromse w It In the lices ol dupes who took them word. But there Is no anil pur Your King and Country Rlohl Now! the permanent rabbi ol the House ol Jacob In Calgary. In connection with the Philadelphia Red Cross, Mrs. Thomas L- Elwyn has mlied a motor repair and automo- war narlv In Quebec numerous or re- bua ior women, spcclable" enough to give, pause lo the Dominion government II it feels that the hour has struck lor a more cour- ageous policy, and a more efficient svslem ot organlr-lEg the power-at lie, country for Ihf .great last which confronts 11. watering carts of THE PROGRESS 'OF TH teen successful Inl It'Isn't lop late yet to plant IbOBe juri. and have spuds In the back yard.- to make any progress and .ere held (rom contro o m e they officially announced that the at Barriefield sni Pctawawa will open on May 29. H W z Dutchman, has sent Premier Wool, of France. mil- lion francs lor lue relief of sufferers In iho Invaded regions ol France. Tho roof ol the. chapel of Ljoretlo convent al Kails View. Ont fell Just alter sisters bad left ihe tlevollous. Louis K_ Liggett, ot Ite Gordon-Mtchell Drug Stores. Win- nipeg, has presented to the U.S. gov- ernment a tofpedo tost chastr. Frederick Welch, ol has made a donation ol 56.MO o SI. James1 church to be devoled lo the lund being raised to crscl J new 5V day school hnll. LUCU 01 me Capt. H. W. Ireland, wto left Modi tucceciiii.5 rlno Voncllv al l" Is now acting In lhat capncus ai Trlniess Patricia's hospital al IlamB- An American hospital contingent of '6 surgeons. 65 women nurses and laJ enlisted men have sailed lor Gco. llolller ot Ttllaonlrars, Onl., lately nuarlennaster or the liiSlh (Osloid) has been nriwlnt- cd liupector o( rations aupplloo o( all Canadian camps in Eugliui headquarters In Loudou. Vacaacle: on the board ol direc- tors ot the Bank ot Ottawa, created by the deaths ot DeuU Murphy nucl Sir Henry Dale, have bccu filled by ihs of ScEstor-Geo'. Gor- don, ol North Uay, M. J. O'Brien ol Ilenfrew. WO LONG YEARS MONDAY, MAY THE FIRST U. S. FLAG first American (lag for tho United States navy was Muug to tie breeze by raw iu5 American naval oDIccr to engage a foreign loe. This Bag had but twelve stare on It and it new at'the topmast ol Ihe ehlp Hanger. Sir Arlhur Lasenby-Leberly. pro- moter ol many industries connected wllli tho decorative nrls In Knglaud. died ageij 7t- Turner Bone, an old resident of Calgary, has been appointed secretary ot the southern Alberta branch of the Canadian Patriotic lund, Thorbum Allan. Vrt to Fri OAKPEt CLEANING IB tit Vacuum Cleaning braarhci. 1101 WILL HAYTEK wu, NOT. "JOf years, I Vilh retd make you 6ei Thai to me, to i decided to tir i boi. Jo r btgaa to and I lute VjoodzvpcUte, reJUi eveijthinr I ufud HeKlaclt. en gong entirety. I rKCmmcnd thli fl 7 DAN MCLEAN. BK. for Wai 25e- At all dwlera or sen! iTM UmiUd. Ottawa. mm OWNERS ARE YOUM EQUIP- PED FOR SPRING WORKt W. ir. -ill Is all of High work at I la matte. W> OurantM BatMactlM Our N1VEN BROS. ill 17SZ Edward Drown It w's "cn lhe Doris Anderfon, oil Is dead. [rom a United Stales port (he Brst corps loo abroad. a hog salesman-'al loctvard3. J3 years dWldo among stock man who never Sir.George Foster's1 handling ol wheat .purchase proposal mark The Canadians hYra-made no fur to n Capt. Claude Wilson Rltson ha killed In action. Capt. HI i graduate of. the TJnlverslt. lAioerla, science 19H. and was we Mrs J. r-'. FInnegan and her hus-l known liroughout'Edmonton. HBgemann. hec school girl chum, also U yeara old, over the love o, a boy. ther eEort at present The visit of 250 American editors I to -Western Canada this summer will I U.S. are cousins now in very deed jtibridg'e will welcome the editors did so much to mould U.S. opln- J. r. band, ol Perryville, Md.. aro enjoying their belated honeymoon, delayed for (en months because ol the imprison- ment ol the husband on an unfounded charge. W H Bremner, acting president ol the Minneapolis and St. Louis railway, has been elected permanent head of ihe road. F- B. Townscnd has been Hemrn's Auto Livery 24 Hour Service Capable Driven Phm 1312 Dill" HoUl j H Drllton, who has been siper indent ol'tho Swill Canadian al Edmonton for he lasl five years has been promoted to Iho suuerlntendeucy ol the plant at Brls- Irom London. England Perfection Wire Stretcher and Splicer Don't kink the wire. Wire don't go; alack when machine. la remoVea. W. G. Weeks, Is the only thine that will mnke the old fence as good ever." _ MANUFACTURED BY C. F. TOLLESTRUP, RAYMOND, ALBERTA' FOR SALE 50 head ol Cattlfl, choice milch cowa and Sorno with calves at foot, and others duo to calve ihorllr and several nice jearllni All young slock. APPLY AT i Fanners' Feed Barn IMh Street N. or 172S Mh Ave. A. N. Potatoes Wanted chosen vice-president In charge WHAT CHANCE rHAD [THE GRIT M.P.7 The zealous Conservative eay li out loud, "We've got all the! duly loyally, ior see all Ihe Tory MJ.'s In fchairl and only a few Grils." True, I came irum there are more Tory M.P.s In khail c.llmelll on fooj conditions In Europe, 1 than thre are Liberals, and It would 1 EayJJ tiat without control "We may seem that Grits weren't given much see flour at JZO barrel before the encourflgemenl their conn- year Is .but that will, control. encouTHgcioeL. "tho present price ol try at the time the Tvar began. Frank jg t0 50 per cent, and at Ihe traffic and F. M. Miner has been clect: ed general manager. The following Canadians have been n I A UlSpttltH llwiu states that the following officers have I. _.. _i___i, cirpnrth Of the i been struck oft the strength o! the Canadian overseas military (orces In the British Isles, as being surplus to the establishment: Lieut. de The following Canadians have been SB Glrenard. 10th Res. Ball.; Lieul. elected Fellows ot the Royal Colonial 12th Be5i; UenL Institute: Justice A. S. G. Cross, Mont- 'H 3rd nes.; Lleut.-Col real; Lieul.-Col. A. C. Garner, ReS'na; Harrison, Engineers; Lleut.-Col. T B. Carvell, Liberal an artil; lory officer in New Brunswick. As an officer during Ihe lime ol 'peace, he felt It Is duty lo come forward and offer his services when real fighting was lo be had. He offered lo raise a baltery and go to lie front Ills proposition was turned down, and Conservative M.P.'s who never took any Interest In the militia in the days ot peace, were made lieutenant-colon- els and pnt In command ol regiments, ._ West of them are back In lhe_ House as the closest they eol to the firing line was England. There Is no Uon that the only reason leir turn- ing down the offer of an artillery of- ficer like Frank because he was a Liberal II .P, and then we are told there is no politics In the ad- ministration of our mllltla affairs! w iw "v same Ume the producer be treated.in real, Capt. A. E. Wilkey, Portage la Prairie; and Capt. T. S. Walson, Saskatoon. It remained lor a mouse to rout the girls employed In place ot Winnipeg citv electric strikers, so the strike breakers 4ult. The girls were used lo read meters. Some ol the math- ines were located in cellars and others In attics. The strike breakers com- pared notes and agreed they could stand the work, but not the mice they .encountered: liberal manner. Bat still Ottawa slls calmly by making absolutely no effort to con- tro! tho situation. If Slr! George Foster were less of a fossil and more alive to his busi- ness hive, bought Canada's wheat at tie offer made by the farm- ers ot the west ol per bushel Lo.b: Fart-William. But Mr. Foster chose to accuie the western farmers of lack pi patriotism. Meanwhile he has-done absolutely nothing to con- Irol lie alluallpn and Ihls year'a crop of wheat, now being sown, Is quoted at }2.15 per bushel, an advance ol 76 cents on the west's offer. We hopo Sir George feels aa proud ol himscll as does.the rest of Canada: Jlma Johanna Gadskl, the opera singer, wife ol Cant. Hans Tmiscber agent of the Krupps in the United States, who returned to Germany in Count von Bernslorff's party ha withdrawn for the present Irom Ihe Metropolitan stage. The action wa prompted, she said, by "unjust at lacKs" aealnst her on Ihe, pound tha she was'antl-Amerlcan. The Toronto Young Menfs Chrlslia asEOcialions have decided, in view ol the circumstances, to withdraw nil athletic teams, Including baseball teams and to eliminate competitive sport of all'klnd until the end ol tie They have also decided lo do n. V.CEI, o." m Engineers; Lleut.-Col. T 93rd Res.; Lleut.-Col. H Putnam, 6tS Res. JIajpr Waldorf Astor, member he British House of Commons, on ol Baron Aslor, is defendant I n action for b Charles Tracton, This amount laimed in penalties al the rate dally lor each occasion on whlc Major Asii-.i- jat'in the.House ol Com mons, wl.ne as proprietor Sn day Observer, he'rfecuted cpntrac to Insert In lhat newspaper adve Irom government, depv menls. Under an act ol George I _ member ol parliament who accep payment lor government. conlrac must vacate his seat -The "case adjourned.- :_ war ey away with Ihe regular camps which have been conducted Irom year to year, in order that the members may he available to co-operate with Ihe movements for the Increase ol lood ,THE VIPER THE TORIES WARMED IN 1911. Njw lhat the Toronto Telegram his filr Sam Hughe's out ot its'sys- tem, '.t Joins energetically Tsllh Its conlettporary lu sttrlbuLing' t3 Sir Wlllrld Viurjer all the Ills ol Canada and In jartlcular. Quebec's lack ol appreciation of Canada's part In the Var. Toronto Telegram, In an unholy cffurl to link np with Sir Wil- frid Lauriel the anll-rctrultlrig forces In Canada, rays: Anll-recrnlllng Canada IE a unit against the Ilornen government, In 1 part because Laurier cabinet mini tera In 1911 accused tbe Conserva- of opposing the Canadian navy, because tho Conservative policy was (From Our Own-------- Champion, 'May a baseball meeting Thursday night, the boys ar- ranged to have a tournament on Jlay U, and are Inviting both the Stavely end Tra'verB baseball teams, for a double-header. A- J. Huntlngton la bnlldlng. Work on the new pool hail Ior G. Keraon Is being rapidly finished, and will prove to be a good addition lo the business portion ol Champion, G. Ed- wards IS contractor and not A. Orr as previously reported. Mr. Marks spent Wednesday in Cal- f Mr. and Mrs. McGregor and Bur ton, are visiting In Calgary. Work on the new1 Telephone Ei change, wblch has been it R stand ecause ,.u for Eomo AaJ3i Ea3 De9II resum .to build an Imperial navy uoder lha e'a Linemen have been kept bus; control ol England. I days making the necessary al The Toronto Globs most effectively le deals with this 'charge. It shows that 'the Conservallves, who had favored the Canadian navy policy In 191D, 'switched lo tho "Ehlps-wllhout-men" Idea In 1911 lo fan Inlo flame the Bourassaa and Dlondlns and all tbe rest ol Ihe Nationalist tribe who wero to bitter ajalnsl Laurlor'3 Imperial. Ism, Tha Olobe says: The disturbance by a rowdy min- ority at a recruiting meeting In Mon- real was merely an echo of the agl- lotion In 1911 against the Naval act. Al that time Iho moribund Nallonal- 1st movement was wanned Inlo (lie uy sustenance from the managers ol the Conservative parly. The Bourassa Mlowlng would have been crushed beyond recovery In the general elec- lion ol that year but' lor the alliance with the men now In office al Ot- Uwa. Toe Naval act (rained by the LAurler government was copied from Mllllla act, and by tho Conserva- tive-Nationalist candidates was reprc- is an Imperialistic, conspiracy -to force French-Canadian youlli Inlo --ihe British navil The organ- -'-iifA allempl Id feeling ol Britain tailed to -A_TTT- nf ranoTia. The organized Bible class met o Wednesday evening. MIS3 O. Bulloc wal leader- JUv. TL Holloway returned on Sa urday from a brlel vacation. The Telephono Exchange have mo ed Into the storehouse at the rear o their new quarters, awaiting the n Jshlng of their building. r. Anderson has received anoth shipment 61 Case tractors. The Ford garage Is having a clean- ing up of their grounds. Improvements are being made to the kllch'on of the Savoy hotel. Mr. Harper has built a chicken run and fenced In hla WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF Kepairs for All Makes ol Engines. Our plant is equipped with up-to-date machinery and our, men are thoroughly competent to handle- any work on any kind of machinery. GRINDERS AND PUMPS "We manufacture and havo for sale Roller and Plate Grinders and Deep Well Pumps. G. KISC1TEL Lessee ot the Lelhbrldge Iron WorXs. Notice to Farmers The price of Cream has advanced 4c on Sweet Cream-and 2 on'sour. PRICES ARE NOW Per Pound JBVitter Tat 4Gc No. 1 Sweet No. 2'Sweet 40cNo.lSoiir 3Sc No. 2 Sour Thlf li the hlghert prlee In the province. We pay for thlpment and pay all chargea. Crystal Dairy LETHBRIOQE AN llth HOUR MODEL Direct from the fountain head of men's fashions. The careless pose which gives a debonair air to the figure illustrated, shows'' how" this model lends itself to every movement of the body, and how the coat at all angles drapes itself naturally and artistically. WtP'. PRICES up. Call and Examine. SHOPS OF CAR.i-OTS OB LESS hluil be ilied, tound Phone 732 or cill at Saunders Hay and Grain Co. 1J21 2nd Aven'ui The Hudson Atfo lire.? A big Sli Cylinder 7-paaatnjlM One ol the' belt 'ana 'mort comfortable' cars la lie 'cltj to ride In. COUNTRY TRIPS PREFERRED' Realdenc'e Plioni Day or Night Day Phone, Pilaco Cvnttdlon ery M8. ut Paltea." DRAYINO Of All Kinds WcsteraTraiisferCo. Limited Oftlce Stabln LOUIS KEEL W.L. ,Co. PHONE 711 Electricity for Everyone Everywhere WHO CAN OWE OUT wl- lire illmulus ol Boir- NEW8 TO THE PRE9s! Washington, May Lan- sing today followed np the ulite dc- parlmenl gag order which forbids any ol the officials there to glvo Informa- tion to the public, with a atalement that any other olllclal who gave out Information conveying ft criticism ol tho department's policies should be dismissed. Mr. Lansing reiterated that tha giving ol Information lo tho pub- lic through the newspapers woulc! herealtev be restricted to hlmsell an< the newly created bureau of lorelgn Intelligence, TMt ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWEA tt Ktm, Etc, 11 by R. MELLIS ______ 1263 8th Ave, A. 771 OR FOR INFORMATION CALL OR PHONS The ROY ELECTRIC CO. SHORlTERMLOANS may be obtalnert For Farming Purposes to finance Season's by form- a Co-operative Credit Society under the Alberta Co-operative Credit Act. i seclellea formed under thi Act will Assistance from Proyince of Alberta Fully modern houte'chiHh Ave. A, S. roome and bath, full eoncrtte batement clan ondltlen- A tnmf for cssh IT APPLY: COSYBEARE, CHURCH, McARTHUR f DAVIDWN lUeiandn Hotel Hutu livery OVERLAND AND CAM fur full liltrMrl'" write or apply lo W..V; r Provincial BOULTbN'S AUTO LIVERY .We oujhly. We have tht H It 'or. Fbone 1206 ;