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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TITR LETiroiUDGE DAILY WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1017 Hltxrto DAILY VVEEKLY Subscription Rates! Dally. Daily, Delivered per J-MT Dally. pall, iwr null. P" >'eir......51-i0 Weekly, bv luall, per yeir to part of tl.o soil ils press lo the Sitton RUnMHlslrattou for bolJine a wni-tlme elocttas. Such attempts will lack Ibo ring of slit- eerily; they'will oe protiifitcd 'solely ;3 an eft'orO political Use- TELEPHONES Business Ot'Jci. 1 Editorial omra............... I-21 W. A. Buchanan President and Vanaslns Director Johu Torrsiu-u Busintss Mallaser DiLts ot riplrr subscriptions ap- pear daily oa address label. Accept ance of papers after expiration elate Is our authority to conVmuo tlie sub- scription. Your King ard CouiMrj Nied You Right Now! THE PROGRESS OF THE WAH The firm baad oi a sirons uictctc: .IB the neeiJ in (or tlie-prtjsen crisis, according to tbe ot thuso la close touch with the situation, 1 the empire Is not to he entirely dlsln tesralei The situation Is such that the. Eieat military leaders in the field are resigning their commands and government is telni placed in x nos critical position in their endeavor 1 Cii the court ot speetal Eetsloup, dted at an advanced age, The death occurred recently of S. R. Shsldon. and chief engineer ol Sheldons's Limited. well Xuown manufacturers of faai. There are 3.J25 dogs runulug round the streets of Edmonton whose GTS a llreuse fee to tbe citr rlnce ot any Administration In Uteral or CoEeerratiTe. We believe Iho peorJe ot Ihe fairly conrersant with lae rarl acts whlcb have been passed for the Improvement of .La cssudluOEa under which Ibey Hve. Much ot this legislation has DOM in the inlereati ot Ihe fanners, as Is qulto natural, africulture- being the basic Imluslry of the province. Ths fprmer has only lo read the Form Loan Act, the Coir Bill, toe Wild Lauds Tn Act. Urn Co- ojieratlvrtfedlt Act, the Co-aperatlve EleiEliir 'Act, the Municipal Hospitals others ot Iwsec lm- seo ot a glance lhal the Silbpii is auacerely Inter- ani In hia pros- perity, that what maJies for nrbsperily Vand contentment amonC riial -population will sesnlt In drawiog new settlers, increasing tbe production ind hence Ibe wealth and e of Alberta. We do not be- ol Edmonton for tho of keep- Ing them. EvereLle Marshall, j member ol ihs Calgary Herald staff, has started a eetly paper to'be known as "Tlia lirtel EiamaTieit" Edward McGralh. secretary ot the provincial labor bureau ol Manitoba, will bo chairman o( the board ol nr- bitrators iu the of tho telephone Dtalh removed one of the oldest pioneers ot Western Ontario, the late Richards Hicke, 74 years of nge. away at the home ot his daugh-. service lu France. been aa Liberal candidate lor Iho legislature iu rlrtluj. Roger Peachey. formerly ol 1'edl- ,inf Hat, has won a corn mission on the field, aua the D.S.O. Major Charles Laniout ot Braudon. Man- lornerly ot Montreal. has been, killed in action. He was 31 years old.. Mayor Henry will be Liberal candid- ate (or the west Edmonton riding. A. F. living. K.C., Is the Ctm- servAtlvc nominee. A registration ot all voters In Mani- toba will be commenced on May 21 ncit. Women will toe tho first ticse lu ibat province. Three persons in (he First Vauk of Shannon, a suburb of I'lltslurg, wero- kilted when an al- leuipt was made lo rob Iho bauk. Tbe robbers escaped nder tho snooting. The medical of the council of national defence, has Issued a call for American doctors aod 5.000 ambulance attendants for military -CHAMPION (From'Our 'Ch.ainplou. Mny rarwers arc i or ward now to gomo rulu to help their crops along, tho winds tLo fow dais liavo Utou a good deal of moisture [rooi tho M. Hoberts la at present on tho glck list. Dan Ultlck has tnttu local Bgcticy for Itio Hgln car Mr. ti. KJwarJa nas had, ilia houso aialctl, also tas erecleU fonco around H. J. Harper has Installed a Ushtlag svsteut In tils Karage. He tut; iiUu run a Hue lu his Lgiuo; electricity Is maklog lie way slowly but surely into Chatuplou. Mr. Hill is building a fence about propeily. A pleasant dauco was held on day even lug, in behalf of Ibo 1 cauls Club. On the. Champion Juulor basoball teftiu Jet cat cd tbo Marshall school team (o 9. In K very closo At the end ot theLQlgulU luu- lug (be scoro .stood S lo S, i twJt a- bualuw COH- to The 'primary' meeting In-1 (ho- Little Eiltuenc-y, U itflw liclJ at schooV on Trlday, lEIli, (our o'clock'. The -Company to ft BU'llence on Monday The 'show was-toUwtKl by a dance.1 l 24 U12 Auto Livery w rIvfra.. DillM Hotel ter, Mrs. A. M. Vail, Edmonton. Major General George Fletcher, sup- erintend of ttio New York slate lice Is coming to" the Canadian north- west to siudy the system under which the R.NMV.M.P. operates. Work has begun on the new amuse- ment hall at lie hospital for the la- sane at ft part of Ibe ALBERTA VOTE FIRST TIME JUNE 7TH. Thursday, June Tth. win go down lo history in the-premnce of Alberta ror on that data Ibe women Alberta Trill, [or the first tln-el go to the'pollE xnd niarlc tbeif- billots, pteclns tn'etti on an even men, aid giving them just as.iinpoHant-.a.TOlca In the direction ol tlie affairs or'tie province. Tharsnay, June 7th. -vein DC a peat day in the history ol the women of Ihls province, lor on thai date, they will nielli that potejl weapon for .which their sisters in the older pro Tinces, and in the Mother Country In (act, hare heeirt striving [or the ballot. I The Herald believes (aat-fhe wlde- aivakc women ol AlberiB' will appred; ate this privtlese which tiey have won so early In the history ol the pro- vince, and that they will use It tp better" conditions under which the people ot the province live. The bal- lot is. the weapon of right. II Is the synonym ol responsible go'vommen for which our forefathers fought anf died- H rests with the of the province as to whether they will use '.'tliek-.neT power. In .such a way as vliustlty the government In granting ,them -the [ranchlEe. Their responsl .'blllty is therefore 3 heavy 'one. Tin Empire will watch lo learn -.-'bow they acqviH themselves for It Till Vbe the firal time the women of an; part ot the. British Empire hare alJei ;-In the selection of the government 1 their nftalrs. Ueva it is necessary lo go Into any -UDEthy'srplaiiauQn ot these pa'rtlcu lax acts. Xallhcr do we believe any defense of them Is oecrssary, for in.' not a single while tber vere flare'- ihe House did the opposition t-torwaVd any real opposition to in almost every case ,the op- to admit that the prln- ila ol Ih'e leglslallon teas good, and most ca-es Ihey that As for the administration or the pre- nt, government, no one can charge has pot been honest and efiic- Cbareca have been made on the .ELECTION ENTIRELY PROPER 4.1' As was quite expected In ever of trie prtrince, (he 3iflo "government has decided (o appeal I people, and writs have been I sued for an election on Tbursda "June 7lh, three Wccna from '.i, The gifIon .unriecessary lo (or t] election al this Urn i life ot Ihe present, Uie fttth leg "htare is about over. H has held Ih of geafijoni Ih'q'otheV prttfrlnces but one have he nlnce the commencement war. The la no excuse wba .ever.for not holdlns elections In th ;'pro7iocC3, In fatt the war la a re son why elections should be held a In order to give the people a "opportunity lo express their oplnlo to that, If a eove'rnmcnl Is satiate 5tory, it may go about the business preparing Tor the return of the cni Vho are now at the front, while, not reflect 11 ot Itie people aq TTSS the ca the Robllri and DOwier admin jfralloris, tho people oppc of turning them out and pv they want The ni goremmont (hen has Urno (o rf 'ftanizo of the ftrfmfn old In Lho pro i war anil the proper car apfdiers on ihelr HOUEB tiiflhe piTeni- TnndB, or that funds mlEslug, or ibst tiey bave been rlr We expect these rjw tc-be repeated 'on the plal- nn by Conservative candidates and en during the noil three But H is onlj- necessary to ate tboaa cbarjes icere de on the flogr of tbe House, In ot m slnflc Initance vere the metn- ol sble to brlnf proof of their contentions. tbe other hand, tbe governmert liBtance, has. been able to pg forward proof thai ot a cent of money has been ered In any effort to add to the ealtb.of. anj" member ot tbe Eovern- icn't or' any member of the govern- itnt side of tbe House. These acts end the opposition know them be .facts! The-lasuc In this election therefore esolves iiseVfinfo wHether or not ic people of Ine province are." satis- ed. Ibe way tbeir business In five Tears bas na t they and let remember tiat tne bustnesa of the government adaiirlslered during nearly hvce years ol coDflftloiiB 1n that Tflll-rel'Tn Ibe SUton got ernmenl with a good working ma orlty, If they are sallidcd that the opppaUlon could do better, they return the oppoBlllon, but let them remember the crying weakness wblch marked the oppoaltlon In every of the filth legislature wcak- which, baa become a by-word In political circles In this province. completed buildlqga of ncnr In HE a aa a convalescent hospital for returned soldiers. Four Alberta men have been award- ed Ihe LU Hilary medal. These are Pte. A. Chambers, Pto. J. Larose, Pie. J. Smith and Pte. D. Stewart. Pto. Laroae and Pte. J, Smith en.Usi.ed In Edmonton battalions. Tha Legion D'Hqiineur lias been be- stoTved by France upon llojor General Fiset, deputy minister Qf the Cana- dian militia Brigadier Central A. E. Labeller a member of the harbor commission of Montreal. The "boolblackesa" has arrived. She Is Mia a Kltiy dc An anil she has started shining shoes in the Hotel lie Alpin, York. Tho young woman does not burnish, the pedal coverings of men, fcr her atajid Is In tba TTO- men's parlor. Miss Helen of Junlatn. Sask.. wiio is taking, the, .degree courae In domestic science "at Manitoba AgrI cultural collate. was granted the hlgbest. standing .among, lie Saakat a'ncl has the given by the .Saskatchewan govern Intnl. Fred-Duncani a-lone-lime resident ol Edmonton and a Tell Vnown mer chant, wa.9 notnloBted to contest the East" Kdmonton coDstlluency at Ih provincial elections by Hon. C. W. CrtMs A. 0. Mackay K.C., were proposed, but both declin Ten thousand western shrep ol LretMl hrve been purchased by the New York city mayor's comnjltlee o! food supply nnd will be sold lo farcers at cost price. Alfred Sheriff, deputy nluis'lcr" of game end Sslieries in Ihe Ontario gov- ernment, died alter an lllneas ol sev- eral months with cancer. He was born in the Channel Islands. The dam al.Elkwater laVe, near llal, he result thsf on I tn toe use volume of wnlcr lite been, carried off by Ros's The Jahe was reported to have dropped four feet In Its water level. Magistrate Denlson. of Toronto, im- posed the record fine of 91.000 and costi. or four months In jail on Car- man Thompson, who was convicted ol peddling llciuor on the streets ot Tor- onto. He had sold thousands 61 dol- ars' north since. Sept. U is stated arnonB the members "of the Winnipeg Telegram that Edilcc SUNSHINE MoisnVarm Air. FURNAtlS WILL SAVE MONEY! BY PLACINQ- AN' OHbiV FOR YOUR FURNACE NOW COUNTRY WORK A SPECIALTY WE CARKY A' FULL LINE OP Impairs for All Makes of wllh up-to-Oale utchlKry tad pur 1 ere thoroughly C4jUipeleul lo luiuOlo any work on any kind ot GRINDERS AND PUMPS We luinuUclure ud'hivo (or sala It61ltr PUto G. KISCIIEL iM ot the iron THE OIXON SHEET METAl CO. REAR STArrOKB BLOCK, LETHufJinon DRAYING i Witchcll ottlce at 410 Uth St ed. Vf. J. cao In Ihe opposed Mr. Dun Edward Deck has reslgDeii aud Is now on his way (o Montreal. It, Is a.so reported that other resignations from the slfiff will he 'made this wc-uk, in- chiding Foreman Griffith. SHORT TEKM LOANS may be obtained For Farming Purposes to ruu'iicc Season's operations, by form- ing a Co-opci'atlvc Credit Society under (lie Albei'tii Co-operative Credit Act. Societies formed under wltl for' Tarm swvlce, of Swift fe Co., Chicago have been advised, bj; the meut-'lhat they :'can Ar farm sen-ice and return to their' positions nder the harvest- In addition, all va- cant land owned or. controlled by the company Trill he ut.llaed to raise Tege- Kas McAuley. superintendent of scLools of -Si." Charles, one ol STS 7-GHisr. hqWfiig. similar positions in Kane county, will he deuoseti 33 the result ol local. elections .which re- turned a school hoard HcHeL pledged (o discharge her. Jf "elected. She'has hcen superintendent -ot schools six years and 13 chargert with opposing military and domea- tfa science, The sum ol. bag been set tde In the proHike of aii for the purchase of pyre bred bulls arid milch cows this year. The ct is making nn deavor 16 the strain ol slock In rand it is -purposed to buy aolmals as far as from good herds-Vithln ihe proTlrjcej Jesse Williamson, well known In so- cial circles of Philadelphia and loriner seccelatj; of the Penn- sylvania, for.-insuiance on lives ahtiuUles, has heeri arresle'dy mis- appropriating company's fun.ds The amount involved was said to he between and Mrs. "Wooflrow "Wilson has present ed to Marshal susar-cufej Vlr ginla ham, wbich'he Is to, talto U "Mme. Joffre In Paris. "When the mar shal wae calling at the "White House ne happened lo mention to Wrs. son that his wife was particularly fond of American "ham, a delicacy sCRrce'ln Paris. Damages ol a million, doUara and punishment (or alleged altcniiiled poison are sought by Guy G. Chicago, against Lhirty-alx persons ol wealth and prominence In southern- "Michigan. Rbaw, who la a corpora- tion promottT. stock." salesman and life Insurance maiij chargcav hustpcsa interference, plola 'and dorfng with also" thai the -accused alienated Ilia affection's 'of h.3' mother. I Assistance from the Province oi Alberta For full Information wrlle or apply to W. V. NEWSON, .Deputy Provincial Trnasurer, Edmonton. U old llmerfi In ifadeod b-lwepn George Sh'eldlriE abd Bob'-FilterEon. Hon.'Archie McLean won the de- posits of opponenlR laBl Glccll Hoy manr thla llrt'el. In the Warner constituency, the people' hive a member In Frank There Isn't much doubt aboul hl9 re-election, fie 13 one of the farmer members ol the House. More of' his kind are needed there. When John goes to June 7th, Mary will go with him. Mary-'s vbic is evftry bit a'g good HI John's. In fact Mary's ta likely to be cast wllh a 11ll IP, more ihougliL John has nc'en'toting Grit or Tory for so years he iroulrla't know how to vote (he other way. Mary-Is likely to vote for the test or woroan aho haa the ques- tions ol the day and made up her atlcibpit on Ihe mind for her, own etlfi For Sale We can supply a limited amount of DOMESTIC COAL IN CARLOAD LOTS. WRITE OR.PHONE Kock Spi'iwgs Coal IJrick Perfection Wire and Splicer Don'l kink tte'wlre. don't BO slack when marhlno.fs removed. W. a. Weeks iiys: '71 is the only thing mat win maVo tlift oM fence aa gtod'aR MANUFACTURED DV C.UF, ALBERTA Do YOH Sleep Well? Or da you tost hot and heavy? Drink a glass of MALTTTM before retiring. a point of Joins this each you consumed nl least a case. Note rio-w H aoolhts yout nerves, brlnpa a refreshing, natural elecu. as a it dfilicions, invilliig., As ,1 food il noun'alics, Luilda up. As a tonic it invigorates, refreshes. It ia positively a sane, safe, henlttiful home arinV tor yourseU and the rest at the fnrflily. Put up In quirts, piirti, in Order from fiat ti4nerr or direct Wlnulpef, Mao. CARPET CLEANING VacuLiifl ClffaQlop In all Its branches. WILL HAYTER 1101 11th St. S. Phone 1B30 MCTOR OWNERS ARE YOUR ENGINES EQUIP- PED FOR SPRING WORK 1 We are well equipped to handle all klndf of High grade work at a price li our motto. We Guarantee Satisfaction Our Prices Right. NWEN BROS. 21S First Ave. S. Phone 1732 P otatoes Wanted CO.B LOTS. b'ti'LESS be good ailed, lound whita rtoch. u or call at Samidcrs Hay and 7.1221.' The Budion Atttd IX A. tit 6U CAT. Me of Uw owt coafwUlita' can In eUr to In.. COUNTRY TlllPii PPMM Day air Day it Of AH Kinds' p. B. PHONES AND ALL'XINOS: OF ELEC- TRICAL WORK. PHONE M7 711 3rd Weiaidr. Wti Huto Livery OVERLAND AND CHALMERS NIQHT AND DAY 1'houe CJcrk, 717 AUTO LIVERY Lethbrldge, Alberta We Know ihe eeuMry thor ovthly. Wa have had the ia paid for. 'f TRf ;