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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR fcetbbdbge ftevalfc letbbrlfcoe, CAiLY AND WEEKLY Subscription Dally, delivered. per week Daily. delivered, per year Dally, by mall, per year Weekly, by mull. yo" TELEPHONES ISSJ Business Offlca Editorial Office W. A. Buchanin John' TMWBM HanastoE Director Business ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Further French successes at Terdun were recorded-yesterday, the French having captured important pMltioM from the Germans on the hillsides on the west side ol the Meuse. Bust of tie Meuse artillery has been active on both sides. The Austrians are apparently tak- ing the aggressive against the lUltan. Bnd claim the capture of Italian posi- tions in northern Italy. The compulsory service bill finally jassed the house of commons in Bri- tain yesterday by-a-Big majority. Germany 'has issued an appeal to German residents of the TJnlted States to adhere to United'-.States violation neutrality. 16 areas close to railways available it grain Jarmlnr.purposos. As lor Lethbridee district's In- In this grating proposition it eed only be pointed out that, with enormous increase in the alfalfa agB. there will hatsHb be found a arket.for the best all markets has been found. to be ho feeding of stocked cattle and heep. The supply of these is so limit- I at protect as to maKe stocked feed- a hamrdoue proposition at pres- nt. The supply must be steady so at the farmer may easily find the tiff lor wtnwr feeding. Mr. Stevens' grutng proposal would solve thhr profetam. There may be a fair obstacles to e bfg plau. but they small as ompared to its vast possibilities that le Harold will be surprised if the tomtnion government does not enact gislation a-t its next session bringing le krto operation. 'ALLISON RAKE-OFF CONTRACT NOT A FAKE- Great headlines front pages ot the government .shortly after the Kyte charges _were .-made, they cried, in thslr Slackest type. Mr: E. F. B. Johnston, opposition counsel -before the Mefe- xdith-Dulf: commission iu.a facetious the other -day 'in eiarnlnlrig'B. Voafcnm, drew attratioii to tha "take- cry. Dealing with the .document pro- duced by Yoaium which called tor a 'divisiou of.the profits bt the" transactions between son and Usuanti, he said to.JJr. Yoa kmn: "To -the. truth, I thoajfc they were all.copies. I didn't there was any original at all." "Well, you now know there remarked Mr. Yoakum, dryly. So endeth. the "fake" cry ot the-tOT ..eminent press. IS LETHBRIDGE WITH THE UNPROGHESSIVBS The Calgary Albertan asks if C Vda is unprogressive. The action o the Domiuion government In shelYinj national daylight savins resolu 'tion is the cause of this question. The Albertan saya: "For instance, read what the 'p're mier, in the house on sai( about daylight saving. Other aatlo have adopted daylight saving because It was a reasonable scheme tor reduc ling the household expenses ot tha people. Britain adopted the scheme -with hardly a dissenting in par Uament. Germany has adopted It fiolland has adopted it. The Sean- nations have adopted It. "Throughout Canada many eitw have adopted the reform, and in .a] fiiases are very well satisfied with It get lull value daylight aavlng 'iiioweyer, it should be national. When the question came up in .Premier Border passed It OTW with -'put serious consideration, and EUJ i gested that perhaps the different loca j centers might adopt it. The Dominion I liowever, was not interested." L On the same score one might ask Lethbridge Ar we so bound to the old clock that w i ean't let the sun make our time to the summer? Mr. Citizen, are you Uj (progressive? THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 19, 191t? J Brother Yoakum has a Yankee of humor and doesn't seem to are whether Allison Jfkes It or not. "Wonder if Sir [mi. Col. J. "SPM onor." still considers the "soul of actortJQfries, a dime apiece." In German grocery ad. Some f'the'fruit mnj be high., too. afraid to take the ot- anywhere owing to lack of re- ntorcements. The signs are good, ut peaoei Isnt.llkely for a long time et. ECKED UP IN 3SINGCZI3 FOR THE BUSY MAN The Madison Slaughter, con: vtcted Oroville. Cal.. ot up- on 15-year-old Gertrude Lamsoli, was sentenced to 15 years in Sail Quailtin prison. Members of the National Associa- tion of Hosiery and Underwear Manu- facturers, In session in Philadelphia, say thoy are booking orders for shorter summer hose for women. James K. Smith. Umber king, cre- dited as being the wealthiest man in Wisconsin, died in New York of apo- plexy. Smith was 0 personal friend and "college classmate ot President Wilson. He gave JSOOO to Wilson's campaign fund'four years ago. The crickets in Grant county, wash, are under control. are full grown and capable of doing great damage to crops. The farmers, hou-- ever. have been assisted .by the gov- ernment and state college experts and cricket fences hare confined the pests to a limited area. An appeal to make.vSiay '2S a me- morial Sunday, on which funds would be raised for wsf' sufferers through collections taWn in churches through- out the United States, was mailed to American ministers by the federal council of the churches of Christ in America. Archie Roosevelt, son .of Colonel Roosevelt, will- become a wool sorter it ?6 a week this summer, following us graduation at Harvard. Archie las chosen a job similar to the one leld down by Ms elder brother, Theo- lore Jr.. in which he will learn all iranches of the carpet making trade. Word has been received from the French, government that it. will send lo Now York ''tor exhibition mbro than a thousand relics of the battlefields of Verdun, especially oi the Dead Man hill flglits. The exhibit will be shown at the: bazar for the benefit ot the entente- allies, to be held Juno 3 to 14. Fifty members of the Spokane lire department. Including Chief A. L. Weeks and his Ural assistant, William Joyce, were overcome by poisonous gases that belched from the basement of the Peyton building in the course ot a stubborn lire in tho ohemical- fllleil storerooms of the Murglttroyd Drug company. Lack of dyostutfs. tho scarcity of needles, the need for commercial pre- paredness to meet new. conditions at the close .pf the war and away with? fixed prices in the' knit goods lines are among subjects discussed at a convention of the Na- tional Association of Hosiery and Un- derwear manufacturers at Philaojel- May Timeu today prints the following: "Among the Interesting war trophies now lu London are the placards which were shown by the Germans opposite the trenches occupied by the Irish reg- iments at the time of tho Dublin up- rising. "Those notices taunted the Irishmen saying that the English soldiers were shooting their wives and children. The placards were captured by 25 men of the-'Munster Kusiliers who crawled by night toward the German trenches. "Half way across the open ground between the Hues a German search- light found them and the German ma- chine guns caused several casualties. But the -111116 party, remained .motlqn- troyed, were so startled that they evaluated the trench. The placards were then taken back to the British trenches in triumph." less lor: Hours and then oii and reached the German wire, which they cut and then charged Into the Miss Esther Cleveland, daughter of trench. the late president of the United States "The Germans who thought the is studying a system of alphabetical Irishmen had retreated or been des instruction :it the Pennsylvania Insti- lute for the Instruction of the Wind, in Philadelphia, to prepare herself to teach soldiers who have lost their Eight in the European war. .She ex- pects to leave for France and work in the American hospital at Neuilly upon the completion of her course. An involuntary petition in bank- ruptcy was filed by creditors of the American Heal Estate company hold- ing millions of dollars worth of real estate in New York and vicinity and whose bonds are widely owned throughout the country. The credi tors' petition places the assets of the company at S18.000.000 in real estate, subject to mortgages of labilities at un- and the secured. GEHMAN WAR CRAFT SUNK BY HUN MINE Copenhagen, via London. May 17. A German torpedo boat has been sunk by a German mine off Falsterbo, Sweden, according to the Beilingske Tidend's Malmo correspondent. All but one man of the crew were saved. PORTUGAL AND PEACE London, May reply to question in the house ot commons yesterday. Sir Edward Grey, foreign secretary said that Portugal had not signed the agreement not to make a separate peace. I The Great Clothiers The Great Clothiers EAR UP OF NEW SPRING SUITS-A REAL ONE FOR THREE DAYS ONLY--SATURDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY Choice Mixtures, Newest Stripes, Navy Blue and Black Serges CRAZING PROPOSAL BIG AND PRACTICAL Mora power to "W. F. Stevens, pn Tinclal livestock commissioner, an -western -which are the proposal to bring under 'production the great areas lying far the present lines of railway by it practicable for ranchers to, .'occupy the land for Block raising pur- ;Eoses. j The-plan has merit In many par-i 'ticulars. It is practicable; it fur-' Dishes would-be ranchers with aasur- ;ances of permanency in that the Jleases are granted tho nnHml tin a line railway is in operation .jVithin 30 miles of the ranch location ;ind two.years afUrwards. It Is also that ranchers who take ad- ;Taniage of this opportunity shall he entitled to buy up to one section of 'fhe land on which they have settled, at the expiration of the lease. This permits of the building of improve- ments- on the lease with assurance 'that-they will not have to be aban- doned. From a provincial standpoint .the IB a soot1, one. Alberta has 300, COO lea's cattle than In 1901.' .The de- inand for beef cattle is' Increasing enormously. The plan therefore opens K way to bring our production up to way restrictim Just 162 lucky fellows 'TC will get the'best clothing m. I bargain they will ever see again. Get here These suits cannot be duplicated at Clean Up Sale Men's Blue Serge Suits Gray Serge Suits We stand back'of every one of these suits because the maker had these wool- I) Sizes ens int. stock last year be- A 3 5.45 fore the dye trouble got I serious. AH suits are well tailored, the kind that will stand for plenty of rough wewv Made up in the newest models. Regular and Clean Up Sale us Mik A I Taste! You will heartily enjoy the taste and aroma of Cowan's Perfection Cocoa and further, it is the most wholesome nourishing Canadian beverage. NEWSPAPERS FACING SERIOUS CONDITION ABOUT PAPER Chicago, the war in purope may -materially Increase the irice of newspapers, magazines unit lorjodlcals was the belief expressed tore yesterday at a meeting of tho Executive committee of the Inland 3aily Press association. The meeting was called to devise ways and nieans of meeting the shortr age In paper stock anti a resolution: lis adoptecl urging the strictest econ- omy in the use of paper. It was said that In two cities of poor illation and lu smaller cities, several daily newspapers had not issued be- cause of the shortage. It was report- ed that many newspapers were on the verge ot shutting down complete- ly or issuing smaller editions. a measure of economy the Ed- monton city- collector's- department has been collector re- ceived a salary of Seledlioiis We Pay Salesmen to Show Goods as as SeH Drop in. You'll find us ready with all the Art Tailored Models. No better Clothes made. This store is headquarters, to LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST" Victor Records May 24th Standard and new selections Hear them at any "His Master's Voice" dealers Ask for Special List; Giving all British and Patriotic airs. 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