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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TAGE FOUR THE LETHBRTDGE DATLT HEHAU5 MAY 23, 1917 filbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: {Dally, delivered, per week -10 DaJlj-, delivered per year ......55.00 Dallj, by malt per .Weekly, bj per >Ycekly. by mall, per year lo TELEPHONES Business Office KtlUcrla! W. A. Bu-hsrsn Preslciert and Torrnnce Business 13 M fltes o! ol subscript lour. BD- r djllr on label. Accept' e o' papers After expiration date Is authority to eon'Jnue the sub- scrlpilon. They saw fit lo grant free wheat in 1917. NYhat was the right policy on ihe natural resources Question in 1905 has glveo way to the policy ot slate ot natural resources loday. coma to A realUallon of the worth ot our nalural resources. Be- cause ftu KnglUh statesman la vhea the Oregon treaty was signed, that Ihe whole of lUe 11 northwest was a Meat wilder- ness, not fit for ,while uieu (o lire In, and that nothing vouM lw lost If ihe Vhole ibiiig were giren to the Untied Stales, and because Canada suffered'la (errJtory as a result, la no reason why wo should believe bits 3i3ltinr.nl seven ly years 3o il Is wUh our resources. King and Country Ncsd You Sight Now! Wo have coQio to a realization or their worth The people waul them, but Ihej wlH uot have them used as a bribe to coerce them luto voting for any political party. The sooner Leader Mk'borier and the opposition members arid press realize that Ihe belter. George Hoedley, (he i membsr for QtotoWs, stated the posl 'I cent, ot the reoplo of the province very plntaty at Lha last PICKED UP George a wvii baowQ resident of I'rnssla. Alta., died cf pneumonia. 10.0W dozen were s mulled wheu a Grand Trunk car toppled over while being svs.tchevl at nrantfoiil- MTS. William A. Sunday, wife oC ilie ovaugdlst, who Is cobduclJug a cam- paign in New York underwent an op- eration (or acme appendicitis. Damage amount tne lo between Thomas Johnslone. old timers, died at one of Los Angeles. J. G. Tobln lias Lean nominated oy luc Llfecnlft to agalu content the provincial riding of Lcdac. Dr. W. R. Campbell was nominated by a largely attended convent IDS nl Liberal delegates as candidate (or Fonota comtltuency. D. A. MacGlbbon, Ph.D., ot Toronto, 175.000 and Vns caused bv ajhis been appointed to ft lectureship Markbau I In political ecodomy at McMaster UD- Jlversfly. v la tuc plaal of ihe Holler Mills at Tne Western Hacing Associaiion has offered tho Inliclil or Devonshire Part, near Windsor for allotments for cultivation. At the SasXatoon countr Conserva- tive' coitrenllon, hcM in the cily, tlio nomination went lo H. A. Locke, o( flhichcr. James one of the fTJ-E PROGRESS pp THE'WAR. .An entire, revision of the war alms to! tho Entente Allies Is.defended by' new Russian coalition sorerument be consistent with Us etm for a1 fcieace -without annexations. The EOT-' ternment 13 understood lo feel that it jcannol accept the present programme tf the allies 15 being mil rely freo ol fcish for annexation, and It la likely these new demands of the Rus- fclan government recall in a con- ferentje'o' the allies to rertso their jifir-'alnis. This foreshadows some Decisions of eLTect. as for Instance the disposlllon and control tho Dardanelles after (he war. There is little news from the war fronts at present. The Germans are toatlrinlns Iheir counter attacks but these are ID van" ably beaten back by lha allies with; severe loss. aetslou of the legtElaturo wben ho oldest and most highly respected rest CONSERVATIVE ANSWER fTO ALIEN VOTE QUESTION. The disfranchisemeDt of the aliens cf eDemv' blrlli is beins made a senti- knenta) Issue in the campaign by many JCoJueiyatirej tirouthouL the pro- Vince. premier Siftori anil the goT- fcrnmeDl are being attached trom the "Jilalform by ConservaliTC campaigu- ters for retiising franchise many British leave it to the Calgary News Calgary Cotiserrative tu answer Ihe tiucstiona'ol: ils ConservEtiye friends. It declares: The morniDg paper, as well as some of the arc still arguing as to the relative tnerlls ot disfranchJs- ]ng Ihe aliens. These', authorises should "gel is not much, ot an alien, vote question noir. The moment Sir. Ho Borden imposes In lAlbwta" he eliminates ibe "alien vote Jiroblem. Under the conscription de- cree every naturalized Canadian, no matter where born, is subject lo mili and no Canadlau, foreign' otherwise who is subject lo can be deprived pi bfs vote. Likewise his countrymen. Sir noberl tiaa.Tery considerately femOTed a deli- pate question from AlberLa poliUca. H- GtTcr was a provincial problem In any event, and (L most cerlamlr U col now. said in the house lhc.t Ihe proviDco of Alberta needs its natural resources Jor Its proper development and no: ,ctter what party is elected.-the lilurs'ahoyld eland as a man be- ted the demand that the Dominion jvernment tanil them over. Premier Dorden said in 1911, prior i the Dominion election that he ould band our natural resources ver to the province whether the pro- Inclal government -sras Liberal or onsenrallve. ;IIe has not yet kepi premise, but-we believe tbnt he HI see that Iho natural resources re not to be used longer as'a bribe. Alberta needs her nalural resources rr Ihe proper development of the rorince. And we'll need them slill more when the soldiers who ave gone fruni ucic return and hive be placed back In civil life under be direction oC tho provincial gor- rnmect. Natural resources should he fine r use as an election bribe by" the ocserrallres, but Uiey failed in 1909, hey failed In 1913. and they will fail gain on June 7r 19l7. NATURAL RESOURCES NOT fTO BE USED AS TORY BRIBE old and fce'H see that Alberta gels her nalora >fiscarces. We heard it in 1909; fcad It repealed In 1913: we get hgaln In 191_7. The natural Alberta are held out to the pcopl bl the province, by the Conservative Xlth "Election Bribe" written all eve them. Hear what'Leader Michone Ih'lila manifesto lo the electors The by the province o vast nalural resources la Lb ftnly way we "Can hopa loiprevent d Iixiflon aod Jiare sufTlclent rev lo put Ihe.province upon a. soun Vlnrlnclal basis, not only lo meet ou TApldly lacreaslDg debts but also fTroYtte for demands of our In JertaaJflgly expenditures. Coneervalive party has sloo Mr-fall proTlnml rlKhU since 190 we Bland firmly upon that, grea lie Urday.. BVCD Ibe Ubera of the House now adm thai of the'oppoaftlo a a the and right one an !n ,thfl ot ihe province. Tho results bl twelve years sho .we liave received In He our natural resources, a lolel caa of (he Dora In lo goverfldent hare receiver! In reve lies Irom tbeso rtsourcos Iht (ol mint ot As b larger revenues will be obtained from these natural reeources and (f retur fed ID powef, IK; opposition a once negotiate for the acquisition o our timber, our minerals, ur powers and all other Pro- No Ecandala such BE marked the own fall of Roblln and Dowser have een unearthed in Alberta, though (o dents of llraulford, is at Omnd- Gixty-threo years ago sho came from Scoilaud. ..Two hundred bushelg of seed beans Capt, Root. Feirls Stewari. BVU o: James A. Stewart of IDC Standard Uank at Cam pb el [ford, has died ol Al the advanced ase or 72. Mrs. Jen- nie McMillan Brentford, dropped dead fust as ehe had gone upstairs lo re- tire, A son died about a month ago. The owners of (ho London line, having lost money In competi- tion with the city-owned electric road to Fort Stanley, nave offered their rails for Franco, Col. Sissons of Medicine Hat, re- have been delivered In Chatham by I ceivcd an nffirmaUYe answer lo )ils ihe Pronoclarcovernnient lor sale to request of tho Minister ot MUllln to tho bean growers-ol Ihe district forHssue 3000 of blankets for the seed purposes. During Uie sessions of tho of Commons, lion. B. b. Talenande staled thai the Government had un- der considc-tation tlio question of fn- creasing the salaries of the letter car- riers. G. L. Sprajtue, principal ot the Hamilton technical school, lias been appointed vocational officer for Ham- ilton. The appointment was made Jointly by the military hospitals and soldiers' eld commissions. An exlra edition of copies of ,M. Vivlani's speech to ihe "Canadian Parliament French and translatcd'ldld to meet the great deihana' f6f It; and more will be ordered if that Is not suffic- ient. Mrs. G. B. Murphy, True of Sheriff Murphy, died after a prolonged She was a resi- dent of Ibe west for 32 years. Besides her husband she leaves two daughters and one son. Lieut. Gerald D. Murphy, prisoner of war in Germany. Rear Admiral E. PearyT discoverer visitors Jo the Medicine" 'Hat Patriotic Stampede in.July. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Parsons, ot Or- [11 ia. were instantly Fnllfd n-nen their automobile was alrurk by a radial car at .the Varney road crossing, near Newmarket. supposed Mr. far suns miscalculated the speed of tho car. Nikola Tesla, Inventor, contributed more to the progress of elccirlcal sci- ence during the year 1516 tnan any other man, Ihe American Institute 9! Electrical Engineers decided at Us an hual meeting al New York In him tho Edison pre- ead the Tory pres3 one vould (hlQfe NorlL Pole aow.on ths rcUr list United Slates navy, and lobHn.' Bowser et al to be tin. compared with, 'remler Siflob' hla cabinet. The Ingan of Alberta Tory papers these engaged at present in a crusade American aviation service up to the war'standard of the British and French, has accepted an Inrita- J" HloiMo address the American club to be "Oht for a Vancouver on May 23. The Canadian Northern Western Guaranteed Bond Sale With regard lo the numerous al- egallons made by the Conservative tarty ID the Legislature and In Iheir iress with reference to a supposed hbilage of from the sale of Northern Wesiern Alberta. Guaranteed Debenture Slock, notwllh- landlug the absolute proof produced n-the House by thC'LIberal Govern- ment, asceriaJned through the books Treasury apd a signed Etale- oient from Ihe buyers .of the Deben- uje-Slock, Messrs. Lazards of Loo- loni Eaeland, a very nole.d OU Coun- ry bond house, IL is Interesting lo read L.orer the following-cablegram n conQecliOD with this matter: Certified copy of cablegram from In proTlncc was formed, Alberta had ICEB tnan jiopplallon, 1es3 than had many clllca In the older provinces ol Canada. The pwple ..then lltlng here Mprcsscd ts in favor of tho Eomln- lop goTemment'hGlQlng JHUnl rciocrcw In trust: That loo'x- 'tf (o'be Mfest plan at Ibe lime iftd trader 6ondrUlon3 then pro JFiillng, fcitnje with them. The Conscrra- Dominion of Canada High Cqmmis- Office.In London, England, to the Provincial Treasurer. Edmonton, dated April 5th. 1317. Sir George Perler, without Portfolio In Sir ttonert Borden's Is Acting High Commissioner. "Certain statements made in Alber- ta Legislature respecting Canadian Northern nallwa? Company's "bonds having reached London, a detailed statement signed by the Canadian Northern Railway and by lizards, bankers of London; has been lodged sith this Department which offers to substantiate on oath-lo the effect, that In 101! the Canadian Northern Western Haliiray. Company sold to syndicate of Brussels Bankers and others Including Meaaie. Lazards of the Company's bonds. at 91% plug accrued Intcrcsl, and that In 1914 the Company sold and Lai- ards bought ot debenture stock al 85H net flat." The explanation Is that Mr. Jlkh-" ener, tijB Leader of Iho Opposition; cabled (o the Commissioner's office 'asking for detailed Information with regard to the underwriting of the ftondg. He Kas adrlsed ibat Lar.arda had underwritten Id the public at .On asking If he coulil mako thin Information public, lie waa re- fused on (he ground that tt was a it did not show that the Canadian Northern Hallway had pre- viously sold the Issue outright to Laz- ards al as substantiated In the alore cablegram. The reference In .the .cablegram to Canadian Northern West- ern Bonds sold in 1911 at I? iMch regard (o ID lisue In which ihe I'rorlDco had no specific Interest, but.which it was thought the Conservatives might mistak- en for (he gutnnlttd issue. At Ihe time Ihla Isaue tras sold, however, no guarantees Ijjd ever been given to (he Canadian N'orlhcrn Western rtalt- Tay Company. The guaranteed sue was made fn 19H al S3f; as sLal- Pd by Ih'o Provincial TrrEsurer.ln Ihe i.CElslallve Assembly and Ihe Conser. CDfroboratiDg bis Ftatcmcnl The Calgary Dally Herald [ate of March 30th, 1517, the day after ihe Leader of the Opposi- iiiii' made h's a tale a gat in the House that the bonds eold at rays editorially: "Mr. Mlchcner Is lie ieader or the Opposition In the Legislature. Hla position of r'eapon- Blbllily. is recognized under the con- stitution as practically equal lo that of a minister of the Crown. If he lo make such stnlemcnla as the ibove without" fouhdatton he would be'Unworthy to occupy that position, and the goveromerit easily de- prive him of ft and dofeal his parly at the polls. Mr. Mlchener therefore lakes the fullest responsibility In mak- ing such charges and they should be dealt with oo that iralnst. free wheit in 1911. vadve members had the cablegram Spedal rilr unenng 01 SPORT SUITS grucefnl Oothn Ih.t tend accenhute the pleunm of tke Wearer. Criip Modelf niili to LOUIS KEEL Lethbridge 'Albert! Demand the Genuine Refuse Substitutes When buying, remember there are many Grass Rugs but only one genuine instantly identified by the name C-R-E-X woven in the edge of side an iden- tification mark put there for your protection. For evtry room in the home, the ycsr round, CREX Rugs give servica comfort a great porch rug as welL Atk j-oor thtltt for cxtl or write to FREE CREX .CARPET FIFTH AVENUE COMPANY NEW YORK Traction Engine REPAIRS We in well equipped to handle all klndi of rapilr work on either iteam or gii Only hljh clan work MtVM I our Ihop, and we will quott you Iprktt that are right N1VEN BROS. Ave. S. Phono 173] Potatoes Wanted Muit be good Mund rtoct Saunders Hay and Grain Co. Do You Sleep Well? Or do yon tois hot and heavy? Drink a glass of MALTUM before Make a point o( dolns tills each you have consumed R ca50.' -N'ote'hbw it soothes your 's a natural sleep. DIRECTORY OF LIVKRY AND DRAYiNG RAYING Pho'net 1345 Turner Si Witchall OHIce at 13th Si Smile of Sweet Contentment Hcmm's AutojLivery 24 Hour Capable Orlnn Phone 131Z 'tolln Hot.l as a rlrink is delicious, As a'food it nourishes, builds up. As a tonic: it invigorates, refreshes. It is positively a sane, safe, healthful home driak tor yourself and the rest, the family. OCOLATES There is a pleasant surprise in store for a feeling of great when you taste those palate-pleas- ing Bon-Bons. The Hndton Anti Urcry Put up in pintt, or In catki. Order from your grocer, druoaiit, confec- or direct from A big Six Cylinder Qae of .bwt.'uul coinlortablt can la c4t7 U ride Ja. 'COUNTRY PREFERRED Reildencc Phonii Day or Night Day Phone, Palace Corrr'tctJoit ery.HH "Meet u> >t thl E.L.DREWRY.Ltd. 1 Winnipeg, Man. BIG CLOSING OUT WC A VULL UNI OF Repairs All of Engines.' Our rUnt Is equipped wltb up-todate ud yur iiicu coupelMt to hsnJIe tiBjr work oa Uad ot machinery, GRINDERS AND We inJ for calo Holler cud FUte and Deep WelL G. KISCHEL Lessen of (he Woria. Quality GotKes Notice to Farmers The price ol Cream has 4c on 'SAvect C'ream and 2c on sour. ARE NOW 1'cr ronnil Butter Fat J6c No. 1 43c No. 2 Sweet '10c No, 1 Sour 38c No. 2 Sour li the filjheil prlee In Ihe province, Wt pay.foi' each ihlpmerrt 4nd pay all Crystal Dairy Ltd. LETHBRIDOE Auetiort ale THE McVAY FAKM, KAKQNS, ALTA. 11-12-22, W. 4lfc, BEING E. OF BARONS, 23 MILES NORTH OF LETHBRIDGE HAVING SOLO MY FARM 1 WILL. SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION Tuesday, Miy 29th CimmerclnB Sharply at 11 o'clock, the Following Slock and Farm" Equipment: ;_---. LIVE HEAD OF SPLENDID HORSES AND '.MARES, ranging In weight from 1200 lo ICOd Also aomo Colls Yearlings and Two Year aids; 75 HEAD OF CHOICE CATTLE, con- lte.ilriK at cow3, heifers and 1 rtBlslerCil Shfrlhorn Dull, lour years old; 1 reKlalcrcil Holslcb bull, ble ehlrc Hoar; eomohogq; Gome poultry. y FARM blnderJ, 8 fnpt; 1 new; John mower; wagon gcarHJ-erafn (anka; 1 culllvalor; feed., weeon; power fanning mill; flax-altflchmcntd for binders; John Dccro gang plows; dcmocral; bugEV; 20 BOLl good work ncal'Jlng lank; several 'double dlic .drills; 1 22-Shoc Drill, Van Brunt; Sliovi equlpmcnl Inclnillng tlrsl class carpenter and hlaclisralth tools; housetiold (urntshlnjaj'-De I.aval separator; dlher articles loo numerous lo mention'. also sell a food IHL6 Ford foyrhg and a. 35-borje power On Traclpr. (1 TERMS OF of J50.M 'or tush. All purchases over 1M 00. Includlnj; ho.rsis, half cash; balanco H tanttahle nolo due Nov. I6lh. fnlc'rcal J per, ccnl, 5 discount will bo jlfen on all crcdll aWoMnls polil In cashT LUNCH' h. A. JOHNSTON, Auctioneer (JUINN, Clerkv MeVAV, Owner PRAYING 0! AH Rinds. WesternTransferCo, Limited P. R.'- PHONEi- ornw' Atablei tain Iptri Auto livery OVERLAND AND'CHALMCPit AND ''DAY Clerk, 717 BOULTON-S AUTO LIVERY Le-thbrMjt, AlfcirU V We khovr Mgrrtry itior eughly. Wt have hid Irw liftMttr. Phone ;