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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta e, Blberta DAILY AND WE6KLY Butxcrlptlon __iy. delivered, per week per year 100 E.DaJly, by mail, per by .mail, per year TELEPHONES f Business Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Toiwne Mlanasing Director Business Your Country need YOU right'now! iroblem of supplying much-needed ranch railways must also be solved. This the great complicated prpb- which will coll forth.tho best that Canadian statesmanship can produce, both at Ottawa and in all the provin- cial capitals. We must begin to grap- ple with the question very soon, other- wise Canada will lag behind the other overseas dominions. Australia is al- ready engaged in formulating plans under the guidance of ex-Premier Watson. Those already made cover the settlement of ex-soldiers by' jio middle of 1919, Involving )00 in advances to settlers, inade up as follows: in 1916, allotments, advances in 1917-1S. 16- 000 allotments, advances and in 1918-19, 14.000 'allotment's, and advances J45.000.000. The govern- ment also canvassed Australian sold- iers at home and overseas and cards already returned show that 25 per cent, expressed a desire to settle, on the land, after the war. I-ROUND THE CIRCLE Sp> THE WAR f Varying success attends the belllg- engaged in the terrific fighting Snow, going on in the hills that'form Itbe outlying defences of Verdun. Tho Trencn "at the point of the bayonet tarried "Fort Douaumont on Monday. JV day or two later, the Germans drove the French back again at this point, .while further along the line, tie FreEch.managed to win some Gorman tranches. The tide of .battle eboi and flows, with tha main defences still leld staunchly by the Germans. Great talk of peaca. is now more than ever iu the air. Germany is >to bo willing to accept the good el- Sees .of United States as intermediary, provided Germany is not placed, in the position of suing tor peace only to fbe rejected by the allies. Germany jfis still' laboring under the. delniion that, now that her part of the scrap las spent itself, she can call off-'the fight, and make peace -on-h'er bwn-terms The Austrians are still in the often on the Italian front.and clainurto large captures: Therefjs little change in the situation on the Russian front in Asia Jiinor songsters are gone. The sky pilots come next. The-Liberal party is genuinely lib- eral. One of its victorious candidates in Quebec was a Jew. Those rain drops were as music to the farmers' ears though the Musical Festival ought have tared batter if it hadn't suffered from this form o! comr into this district is right and pro- v The Lethbridge field has no need that, class of .labor-and wiH.be etter-off without It. THIS WAY, GENTS- A Sunny Disposition in the morning follows the use of the night before jr. Higfinljotham Co., Limited. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Allison "Here you are Tha. tor tickets for the big out-a ticket-from me.' ItCfclna May I. Toft, an em- of the Masses Harris company n district and who was at one ,me u member of the R: N. W. M. P.. was remanded by Judge McCarthy in je mounted police court .today .to wait the neit sitting ot tlie supreme ourt at Moose Jnw on a charge of avlng used seditious language. Tho "The -overwhelming victory for the Liberal government in-Quebec was nly to be expected. Sir Lomer Gouln ad .-strong" support from Conserva- yes, especially the financial men of ontreal, who consider his adminis- ration the best that Quebec has had i its entire history. Fourth of Jnly promises to be mighty- tame day across the line wlnf tc the fcigi cost of firecrackers lariufacturers say war munitions are o much in demand that the gre- Isn't getting much show. The tit firecrackers the more whole flngt rg on American youths after the Fourth. Supt Pemnefather an eye for the beautiful... The Mounted Police {rounds are being Quickly transform ed of real beauty. Many brnbi and flowers are being planted his .season; and at the main entrance he most marked improvement is to a observed It will soon be difficult o.reooillice the old police square A Toronto manatecturer who makes .s many shells in a week as anybody else, according to the Financial Post of Toronto, and who can sell goods or bo'rrow money in several of- the capitals of the world, made the !ol owing rather remarkable statemen o the Post .last week.: "I am a Tory, but I sincerely bellev hat those "who were responsible fo the letting of munition contracts in this country, deliberately passed by Canadian manufacturers and dealt with Americans for one single reason, iitmelj that the boodle or profit or commission or whatever you-may call so pass beyond the Jurisdic- tion .of ihe.-people .of .Canada. And furthermore, I. believe that John Wes- ley Allison only figured in the bus! ness to hold the" basket for others." RICKED UP IN SSINGdZD FOR THE BUSY MAN tUJecmne jwcwaary -tj Iniugtiratl' runic system whereuy tKei dew wsttlers can be aMiated. Cletn handlcTSold by Drug- Omen and Gmcnl Suns. Compulsory service does not apply o persons only temporarily in the United Kingdom. D S Henry, unionist, was returned by an overwhelming' majority in a British bye-election m South Derry Geo. Tucker, a .resident .of the Portage Plains for -43 years, is dead it Portage'La. Prairie, Civilians will no longer be permitted to taKe the -officers training .course at Winnipeg. It is proposed to extent tlie medical course in Canadian universities from four to six years. Pte Elmer B Sinnott, a cousin of ex major Sinnott of Calgary, was kill ed in action at tne front.- Conservatives only carried six seats in Quebec. Pontiac, which was first reported, going Tory, elected a Liberal, Wm. Hodgins. Rev. Br J A Gordon, of Brandon college, has-been invited to the pas- torate of Woolwich Street Baptist church, Guelph, The financial secretary of the .treas- ury makes it clear that English farm era must employ female labor during the war. The Winnipeg, city council decided not to purchase.any more fiction for public libraries .the .period of wcr. The-government of Manitoba has decided to cancel all leases-held over hotelmen by avaricious landlords after Hay 31, the day all liquor selling "stops in Manitoba, Hon. Robt. Bishop, representing.thi legislative council, and Augustus :Cllf of the House of Assembly., .will hi Nevi foundland's delegates to tlie ein plre parliamentary conference m Lon don in July. Cassie and- Gladys, two daughter of Clinton Caaclinan, a farmer of Wi liamsburg, were instantly silled an the farmer himiejf daugh- ter. Olive, were severely (njursd when their horse became frightened and galloped in front of a train at the Grand Trunk crossing near BrockvlHe Ontario. flames R White, formerly of the First Gordon Highlanders, and a son of the late Field Marthal Sir George White, the defender'of Lady smith, was sentenced to three months In Jail at Aberdare, Wales. He wan convicted under the Defence of the Realm Act for haying attempted to Induce coal miners to strike In order to compel the government to show leniency toward the leaders of the rebellion In Ireland After'leaving the army. In which he won the t> S O for his services during the Bddr Capt White became went to Irejand in the riotous 1 iln III 1914 Lat Ftlnere, Start Tomorrow and Keep It Up Every Morning get In the habit of drinking a glut of hot water before breakfast, We're not here long, so let's make our stay agreeable Let m live well, eat vi ell, digest well, worl, well, sleep -well and look well What a glorious condition to attain, and set, how ver> ens) it is if one will only adopt the morning insiae bath Folks who are accusiome.1 to feel dull and heavy when ihev arise split ing headache, stuffy from a cold, foul tongue nasty breath, acid stomach can Instead, feel as fresh as a dais) by opening the sluices ot the sistem each morning and flushing out the whole of the internal, polsaoous stag uant matter. Bveryone, whether ailing, sick or should each morntngr before breakfast dnnk a glass ot hot water with a tsaopoonful ot phosphate in it to wash from tilt [lUUbpiittCC 111 11. 1AI stomach, liver and bowels the prevl ous day's indigestible waste, sou'' and poisonous toilns, thus cleansing .sweetening and purifving the entire alimentary canal before putting more food into the stomach The action ol hoi water and limestone phosphate oq an emptj stomach" is" wonderfull) In ngorating It cleans out all thp soui fermentations gases, waste and acid ity and files one a splendid appetite breakfast While you are enjov nig your breakfast, the water and phosphate ia quietly extracting a lirgi of uater from the blood aod getting ready for a thorough flush Ing of all the Inside organs The millions of people; who are Bothered with constipation, trouble, sailor, skins, b'ood disorders ana sickly completions aie urged to a quarter pound of limestone phosphate from the drug store This will cost icrj little, but Is sufficient to make anjone a pronounced crank on the of Inside-batttmg before broali fubject of Inside bathing before -breakfast J D Higmbotham i. Co Ltd Druggists, Lethbrldge Adv Lpndon, May Spencer Churchill, former first lord of the admiralty, who has been opposing the government In the house, of commons since his return from the front, was the first speaker in the general debate initiated by the premier's-motion foi the-vote of credit. This debate is ex pected to extend over three days Mr. Churchill expressed regret that Mr Aoquith had not reviewed the general strategic situation, and said i' was" unreasonable for people to expecl the war to turn suddenly and de cisively in favor. of. the allies. The contending armies .were far. too even ly matched at-the present time to per mit.of'such a change: The allies felt that they were the stronger. Mr. Churchill continued, bu against this was the centra! positioi of their opponents, the superior unit] of tl'ieir war direction" and the atlvan tags of being able to retain the inlti ative. Tlie allies had-, larger reserves actual .and potential, than their ene mies and it was in the use which wa made of them that the hope of Una victory- lay Col. Churchill urged that every ser viceable man should be put into klmk to strengthen the fighting line. H suggested that battalions -be increase' to 1200 men in order to reduce th proportion of men who in all llatta ions could not be classed in rid obtain others who Ivice i strength He also urged overhaulin the army service corps and the'rpya array medical corps with a view t all able-bodied men for se Another suggestion made by the colonel was abolition of officer a ser charge is based on Information'-laid by -Detective Stuff Sergeant Hall, oB the Mounted Police who has been working on the case 11 couple of weeks. Toft was dioiiped from inr service of the police last August when his timo expired Ho wlbhed to be re-engaged but Hie officers o' 'hi1 force, suspecting his pro-German In- clinations', did not consider htm an eligible man toi re engagement In i quiet way the police been Iteup I ing-track ot his actions, which rebiilt cd in his anest The evidence'brought out in court tills, morning shows that. Toft had at tiimpted to pel made men not to help itbii British he called some very uncomplUnentari nauips con He and took par! strike In Dub Montreal, May first. Cana- dian univeiaiiy Cunfersnso its at McGIII university jes-. terdaj. The committee on the length of the university sessions gave Its re, port, and recommended consideration of the Chicago univcislty plan, and that of. dividing the session into two parts ot equal length Tho commit- tee on graduate work .ind agriculture prepared a memorial to the., minister Of agrltiiltuie, asking him lo take steps to make available for tho trailV Ing of students the resources of the scientific branches of Hie department v'fhi, medical, ed the oxteiisfon c' and grooms, and careful slderation of cavalry .regiments pointed out that there wero dfhcen, in the army, with an equal number of servants and grooms an army in itself in addition, there were great masses of cavalry which could he used if the government voujd build new formations for men it these famous regiments. Ho be- idved could he organized into a orce of tho highest military quality BILINGUAL ISSUE TO PRIVY COUNCIL Toronto, May The bilingual Is- sue, involving the validity of the much-discussed regulation 17, will probably pnvy he fought out before the In Ontario pnvy Mvernments case will be handled by Sir Robert Flnlay, K.C.; I McGregor Young, K C and W. N. Tllley, K.C of Toronto. WAR COSTING BRITAIN OVER DAILY London, 'May Mr. Asqulth's statement In the house of commons that the asked would last until the middle of the first week ot August was based on an estimated daily" expenditure of tho lowest rate at which It, was safe to fllacV' Me" said' held from the last vote would keep tho fpMrnment in funds until June Business Suits for Business Men the kind of styles that go with virile, aggressive, prosperous men. Every detail of tailoring exactly right. 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