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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHRrilDGK DAILY IIETULD WEDNESDAY, MAY 1C, 1917 DISTRICT NEWS (From the Advocate) Thursday. May SI is going to be a 'big day at Vulcan. The'baseball team, tow thoroughly orgsnlted and prac- tised up to full term, otea tneir sea- son with the lyononl lesrn ts their opponents. In ihe erpning there will be a dsnce lu the Oddfellows' hall. Toe music will bo supplied by the Duller EII- piece cnhestra. including Jaes Mar- tin, sasaphone soloist, cf Calgary. A meeting tor ihe purpose ot form- Ing an automobile club, was held In Iho Oddfellows hall on Thursday last- It was moved by W. O. Torserson. seconded by A. J. Flood that A. G. Spooner be appointed president. Mov- ed by J. Wolle, seconded by A. Mitch ell that R. It Elves be appointed sec relary-treasurer. Moved by A. J. Flood seconded by A. G. Spooner ibal Ibe secretary-treasurer be houded at the of-lhe cJub, and empowered lo sign all cheques alone. Tho follow- ing executive committee was appoint- W- O TurgertOii. M. L. Cordori, A. Mitchell. A. J. Flood. L. Wolfe. H. Glorer. TABER (From Ihe The locr.l miners union voled on the proposed new, agreement wllli Ihe coil operators on Saturday last. The vole was 73'agalusl-and 1 in favor. The proposed ae.-eement was beaten throughout the district'ffllh Ihe result lhat the men In all camps are now out. Mrs. II. Moore, ot Johnson's addi- tion, received word this weet ihat her husband. Pie. R- Sloore. had been wounded and Is suffering from a gun- shot wound In toe head% Miss BelJ. stenographer in the office of Prowse Lyons, received Uie sad news Ihls week thit her broiler, Lieut. Bell, had been killed in action. E. S. P. Huntress, of the'Canada West mine, recently received word ihai his brother. Ueut. R: Hunlrods, iho was sem'ug In the British army, has been wburXted. Word has been received In Taber that Roy Ilendersou. formerly of the mounted police, has been wounded In France. Hoy was at one lime located In Taber. WELL-KNOWN ONTARIO WOMAN SPEAKS. WeUand, am most, pleased to .Dr. FStne'a Favorile Prescrip- tion has prored a first-dan remedy. I was run-down, vcak and played out, and tonic, I hive' iurt finished ue bottle. stronger and better. Can ral belter aad am -loi I You miy aay Tavorite Prescrip- tion'.is just the. medicine ST. HILDA NEWS (FMm Oar Ovtr. SI. Hilda.. May The Cross workers meet uexl Thursday the 17lli iasU witli Mrs. T. Uauisay. el SI. Hilda, branch, lo welcome her return fromvihe coast, acd do Red Cross sewing. The report o; work doue during Hie list three- months is very eitisfariory and new members are being enrolled iroai Umo u time. members of the Cross now number ?9. The ladles have just sent In a seccnd consignment of work fiutshe and Initu ihe commencement of O branch we hire doiillnl f50 the Ojjen Homo in Calgary, sent to ihe Uelglan Belief Fund and have seut membership money to I.elL- brldse. When EV fie.. Is over. we hope to njain raise enough to belli ihe suffering needs of our wounded However small tne dons.t- ion. il is necessary we all should do our par-- CROWS' NEST PASS IDlainnore Enterprise) Pat SheebaD, formerlv a member ol the Union at Bellevue, Is reported killed in action. J. P Drsviuski. ot Bellevue. has died of'wounils received lu action in France. Before enlisting. Pie. Dra rinftl bad -charge of tho Uckel office Lyric theatre. The funeral ol the late D. A. Sin clair look place on Saturday after iiocn ajid was largely attended. Ser rtce was conducted at the house b> Rev. T. KrauV. and in terment took olsce al Blairmore cem- AND LEASES FOR FAI On the motion o[ llou. W.'J. Roche, for the House ot Commons to go inlu committee to consider Ihe following proposed resolution: That il is expedient to establish a board, lo be called "Tlie Soldier Settlement Board." consisting of threo commissioners, and lo provide for sal- aries aud expenses coflnoclion and to empower ll'.d mln Ister of the Interior, at the request of the hoard, to reserve such domin- ion lands as may he required, and upon the recommendation of the hoard lo grant free entry for not more than one hundred slid sjxly ol surh reserved lands to any person who has served lu the naval or mill- tary expeditionary, forces of the Vnll-1 faimer. Alterla tmuo ol Uio most desirable land Is held as Indian reserves uml oil lease. I vant to'see the Indians treated fairly. :lut 'in every caso tkeSB reMivra arc ftr large for the number of Indians now ocf Ihem. In fact they are. using hardly any of this land for agricul- tural or crating purposes. In soulo cases Ihe lands are leased to ranch- ers and others for graalng purpotei. But If wo want lo attract the to tlto bud. Ihe farms they are. going (o uccupy bo convenient to the railroad aud to market facilities as well settled as [wsslhle. and we cancel offer them what are at present as Dominion lands. I do not knew ot very desirable IJonilnTou linds In any part of Alberta, eiceiil Ihe eiirema notlhent jttrt. True, railroads aro folcs In there it the present time. But in tlie other p'arts of I assumo thai same true of Saskatchewan nnd. are no desirable Do- minion lauda Bulteil for this purpose and closo lo a railway want (o make Ihls propoiliion beneficial lo Iho soldier. want lo .illract to tho land (he Soldier ivco cither has had 'experience, as a farmer or is eaniest In his desire to become a want to put uu' tho lanr Kingdom or of any ot the who intend lo till the soil and governing UrittEh dominions or obi- 1 remain upon the soil, and In order to oules. "and who has left the forces do that, wo must make Ihe proposition with an honorable record or who attraclivo as nos.slblt'. I wo'uk MAKES PEACE OFFER Amsterdam, May IS.via Tho Gerniin chancellor declared that lie would not nail down tlio German empire lu all directions by a. oae- shlfd formula which renounced the successes won by tho German troops aud left all other matters In The Gertuau chancellor virtually mado a peace offer to Russia, saylu? tli a I Lt Hussla her alms ot conquest, Germany wotflU not prevent D' per.PBneut friendship by impossible demands., SERBS ACTIVE RYLANDS CO. THE BUSY STORE 9 nl .o -M. Caches Kain Loats -1 Tweeil RalcccaU ore very popular (lays >ro a Bary In every WOSIBII'I have. Just an eslra lineal ot, English coats, nuilo from Iwccd materials thai aro ubfolutcljr They como lu a dozou'different styles. Lareo retiiiy models with raglan eleoves. Flarlug or boiled backs. )AH Elzes (rota 30 lo 42. Priced moderately nt SalonlM. May 12. via London, May (oUowfDg othclnl SorbTaii statement WAS given out he-re today: "One infantry carried more trenches ia the region ol Dobropolye (east ol tLc Cerua Two vEoleut couii- leretlaclis daring the tiU'al wero rc- 'puTsed with very enemy losses, j havb taken a great uuaiber of pri- soners as well BE booty." teen honorably discharged, and iiie widow of any such oa aclive service, subjert IQ such dilions as In the opinion'bf. the gov- crnor In council are necessary to se- cure the use of the land for the pur- pose (or which It Is granted; and Cur-i iher to provide thai the board may loan, upon such terms and condUlons as may lie prescribed, lo any such settlor ao amount not.exceeding two thousand dollars for Requiring land for ttgrioullural payment of encumbrances on lauds used for agri- cultural purposes, improvement. of rj agricultural laudsrercctloD ol farm etery al 3 p_m. Slbclalr. oT Fisid, B.C., find- Mrs. Stewart, ot Chin- ook. hrolher end sister ot de- ceased, were present. We understanci lhat an appeal has been entered against of Inspector JuBgot in ihe rase of D. Dunlop versus Thomas Hughes. The appeal will be heard al Ihe sU- tlng'ot the dlsirict court lo be held In Blairmore on J.ay 30, and Is arousing considerable Interest. A runaway accident occurred near Coleman on Sunday afternoon, as Q result of Khlch two women, and a little girl were taken "to the Colemau hos- pital suffering from minor injuries. The tosn is this raonth try- usk ihe minister, If he lias the mat Ion available, what land he has In view (or this jortlcularj purpose. aud what -distance It is from "a rail- way. I think Ihe Information Is very important at this slasc. Mr. Roche: t (old Urn right hon leader ot the opposition (Sir Wilfrid Laurier) that when wo got Into com- mittee I; would- pj-ovidc a map show- ing where the land 'is located, this will show tlso the distance from a railway. Of course, the proposltTon tlie hon. gentleman (Mr. Buchanan) makes; would inTolve purchasing Ib- ing its hands at -liglit-Jp the people of Blairmore Ihe first time in the history of the town that the general public have actually been en- iphtened by the city fathers. A. Manuel came down from on Wedneaday, for the purpose-of dis- posing ot Ihe oid.holel a.t Frank. He will be in The Pass for a few days. R. Hope Las relinquished command ol the Alberta and. .with .his fninilv. mlerated to British Columbia yesterday rooming. buildings arid purchase of stock, ma- chinery and equipment, Ihe money, to be eipcnded under the Supervision of ibp board, B ml all expeudliure made the terms of this resolution to be paid out ol such moneys as 'parlia- ment may appropriate .tor Hie paf- A. Buchanan. M.P., said, accord- ing to the Hansard report: I would lllce to point out'that It Is Tory, im- portant io know whether it'is the in-" lion to locate the soldiers on Domlnv, ion laud. At the present lime we have a serious railway probleai to If we put the soldiers who aro desirous ol availing themselves of (hfs proposition on Dominion lands. W6 shall be forced lo place them on lands at'a'great distance from rail- ways; Then they will demand rail- way service, and TVC will be compelled to build-new railway-Klines lo meet Uicir needs. At Ihe present lime, there are very few, if any, Dominion lands close railroads, but there B nrrmiied on lease and used as Indian reserves that wonld suit this particular purpose If these lands could be exchanged-for ..Dominion lands further away from R railway. 1 that in inc.. sOui.hcru cf I'.do v.oL supposi he- pro- poses do -Jt we did. it -In western provinces, Ihe wumen. Mas. Gr.o. FLunoiX ud SUU Sta, Wellud, Ont. E- MAID THIS ruEsaornoN is FOR YOU. If joa suffer from hot flashes or dizzi- MM. fainting spells, hyaleria, ire not.bejcmd Dr. fmrrx't Favorite'PrecripTno ii dveeted.to.lhe real cause sad promptly tbe, disease, and thereby bring coarfort ia the place of prolonged noser v. b been Bold by druggists for nearly 00 years, in fluid form, al per bottle, BTOg general (alisTaction. It can now Beted in sugar-coiled tablet fprm.. Sold by all medicine dealers or trial box by vpfl on receipt of 50 cents Ln stamps. Brny scV wwaac may consult us b; letter, absolutely without chirp. Write without fear as without fee, K FMly of the InTalids' Hotel, Dr. V. M Ffara. PKfideat, 003 Main St, Buffalo, K.Yr_______ Dr. TSerei-'fl Felicia uneqaJed u i Till. Smallest, casitil to lake. On Sligar-eoaicd Pelta a Cun BUc Headsclie, Bilious Headache, Diuj Cowtipation, itfaekt, and all denagenoiL lud Bonk. SGT. DUNG.'MacNEII ;OF THE CANADIAN? Dr. Canell'l Tablcti Cured H Dytpcptla Completely. Duncan MacNell of th Force, wrl 'luff from Europe Ibis homo sddrea Is 116 Fleasaol street, ilaiifm, N.S r tiya: "For sir yeara I sutlered froi (reqneat alUcks of> dyspepsia, one in bed for days at a time. tbe war broke out I Jollied Ibo Expci flfonary Force and came (o Eoglan Z bad not there, honere vben my old trouble returned, anrl JiiA lo go to the bosplUl. V'lille hospital 3 friend told me oMJ.-. Ca iM't Tablelj, and Is decliioil (o (i them. The Ilrat box brought pr relief that I continued. Ih treatment- To make A long stor a complete curn was effected A free ample ot Dr. Ta 1etl will be lent to you on' receipt far mailing and A drttt: Harold F. Ritchie Co., Lti .10 McCaul Street, Toronto. Dr: Casiell's Tablets aro the aure home remedy (or Dyspepsia, Kldne Trouble, Sleeplessness, Anaeml Nerrous Ailments, rfcrvc I'aralysl pilplUtlon and Weakness .In Chll ra. Specially valuable for nuraln rnbthere ind dorln; the critical pe -v Mi'of.life, Sold by. drujBlalj. an Ihrouehoul Canada. I One labt.'SO centt; ell lute! I for Ibe price at tire. Beware of Imlto- llqni said (o cooUIn bypophoiptiltes. Tie coBiposllloi ot Dr. CMMII'i Tab-1 leu'll koown'only proprlelon, no fBltathni efer the other prptin.ces.vould havc.'aa'pjod a .claim thBt..ltj.cbould be doaetln .tbelr case. WITH JAPAN. London, reply to a queation'fn the house of commons Iq- dar ClinnceHor-Donar LaV'cald ao tre'aly had ever been contempliled with Japan under vrhich. that nation ivould overrun Siberia II re- axeil her efforls in the war.. Apparently a report of such an agreement with Japan has- gained 1 wide currency in Europe. Kecently the British ambassador at Pefrograd denied lhat the Knlente Allies ever contemplnled nrefgure by Japan -ib. influence Ih natural course.of evcnu in Russia. ft Bargain in Rain Coats About ft dozen Ladles' Raincoats In plain paramelta cloths In (nwu shades. Also sbmo real smari, raincoats. Made from duo 6mall ilark check waterproof mohair. Tho styles aro real good military collar, half bolts, Elortu buffs. Sizes up to 42. On enlo Thursday, and following'days at 6.95 UMBRELLAS Our SprJns Shipment of Ladles' and Men's UDibrellis" came Just time for-the wcL season. The assortments aud values wore noyec. better. Many new novelties la the way or handles. PnrLlc- ulirly In iho grailes of Ladles' umbrellne. Sitcclal values al to You pan Save from IO per cent to 25 cent by buying from a Strictly Cash Store RYLANDS CO. CAME FROM 3. C.' London, May Capt.. Alexander Cplrln, of the -A hilled ;n action, jcas a ciriT engineer in HrillalrColurabia. AL the outbreak BOW ISLAND (From Tlie Hcriew.) Tie Roman Catholic Cburch south of ihe tract, operations upon which were suspended for a lime, will, tve aiiTiu, to proceeded with mpleled ilils year. WorV will poss- be .commenced within: the next days. C. B- Reynolds, formerly of Ihe ouLtern Alherta ilissloa, has return- from' England with a number of her casualties aud io now at the Illtary Hospital, Ks- uimalt, B.C. In a letter received rcT be the use of s lingers might eTentuallv-be rc- ored, hill bis elbow Is Bow Island Is experiencing quite a com in Both north and i of tus I rack houses are going p rapidly, but sLIll [he demand Is DEallaflcd. All ol Ihe town re, boweTgr, much a'llKe Just now. igns of progress may be seen jipon very hand. Clllzeas are breaking p and cultivating their spare ground s nerer before, showing lhal ihe cam- alKn'receritly undertaken by the gov- rnment for greater prpduclion, haa ot, at least, in Bow Island, fallen on eaf ears. A tremendous number ol trees have ecenlly been unloaded here, and here again we can sec signs of Im- provement. of came, to England and "Seal a definite :biend> of in quality! and always Delicious. Don't any always insist on haying "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. In 1 and 2 pound Una. Whole (Ine ground for Percolators. Never sold in hulk. ui CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. For the benefit of its Creditors HIGH RIVER (From Ihe Times) The large farm operated by Mr. DiJ- In Lbc Vulran district, tclrjg sold very rapidly to Individual farm- era. The land la In crop, and Is being sold at per. acre, (fhlch looks like il very good huy Indeed. With a good c; op'this yeaV and Eold at prevailing prices, there should be sufficient rer- enue lo more Han pay tor the land thls'year. Mr. Frost, of Cardslon, hcs succcd- ed Mr. AlcCarthr.ln tho position ot freight agent at tbe C.F.I1. local freight deparlmenT. Many clllzcns of the town are clam- oring lor a supply ot gas for healing purposes from the Western Canada Oas Co. They do not want to tfo through another winter in High nlver without gas and they are not lo ho blamed. When statistics are obtained as to acreage under crop In Ina High River electoral district, It will be found to be jery much over that of last year. In Ihe Blartle and Brant.dialrlcl, the farmers have risen t'o the occasion In splendid manner and ere pulling Into crop a much larger acreage lhan they had arranged for during (he irlnter. The greatest sympathy la expressed to Mr. and Mrs. A, Baker, over Ihe death ol ITieJr only child, Agnes, liro and a halt years old, at Ihe High Rlvor hospital, nn May 4. Fow'er's Cider If you have a heart that feels for suffering and a purse 'that opens to desperate Save some Belgian child from starvation by giving freely to the Belgian Relief Fund W. A. IUCHANAN, M.P., chair. Relief Committed Allxrtj. BCLOMN I 69 rtnr I'tTKET, Or. Cwwll'i r I.L it if n' tverything at Halt-rnce J vO' MEN SUITS BOOTS AND SIIOL'S IIATS.AND CAPS SUIKTS SOCKS WQMEN SKIRTS DRESS GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES HOSE HANDKERCHIEFS CHILDREN BOYS' SUITS BOOTS AND SHOES GIRLS' STOCKINGS GIRLS' SjDGKS LEATHER GOODS SUIT CASES CURSES POCKET BOOKS i.i British Canadian Trust Company Assignee ;