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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAffl POOR THE LETHBWlXlK OATLY HURALD MOXDAT. MAT 1H1 Derate c, llktta DAILY AND WEEKLY tuticrlpllon Hales: Dtlly, delivered, per week 10 Dally, delivered per year U.OO by mall, per year 51.00 Weekly, by mill, per year 51.50 .Weekly. by mail, per year to U.S.. JJ.OO ROGERS DOESN'T INDUCE I PUBLIC CONFIDENCE, Robert Rogers, minister of public works In toe Borden cabinet, has been) found lo have bcea the brains ol aj frame-up ID the old Koblin cabinet In Manitoba, to rob the people of that province of ol dollars through the Juggling ol lands for and about the agricultural college. .Rogers.was found some time BCOJ TELEPHONES Business Office 1-S- Edilorlal Otfice 1521 W. A. Buchanan Pres-'Jenl Managing Dlreclor John Torrance Bnslnws Maaaner Dates ot expiry o! subscriptions ap- pear daily on address label. Accepl- ance ol pacers alter eiplrallon. dale Is our authority to continue the sub- scriplion. and Country Nted You R'OM IMowl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR UP in have juggled conlracti bed the people ol Manlt which went- to swell the sli of lif Cooierratlve parly. j Preajler Bordea knows all this. knows Rogers as a elections and Blush How much longer Is Sir Bor- dea going to persist In Rog- ers lo the faces ol Ihf Canadian people? Every dsy tc? trowt. Canada is (ncinR or.c ol the greatest crises ol Its lljtory. Tho govern- rient needs an people behind Uirt- lm wftteru Mon- un> couatlet are being moeiiuCKl to grasshopper erious pro- >ma lime down an. Incipient e (s wWcb that IB assuming snd where their voles In- fluenced Ins result of the civilian vole In onlr one int. v The Mlc-hener press and hnusc-lo- campilgners arc working lisrd to fool the people, on this question, for toe mke ot IhMc who do not toow we ire Slid to put itteni rignt, thing !s o[ a plol Iho Mlcheijer press.Is cjjj tie "Dtiikoit If Bob Hogera "sellles" the coal itrike, will the west forgive him that Tbe. opposition press Is falling all over Itself to prove that, because the Liberals of AlberU gave the women .he- women should pertorce role against Ihe government. Leader Mlchener 1: painfully silent on many questions, especially Swan railway guarantees, alien enemy volts and few otter things the people would like him to express his views about [lank for Ontario, and will go to To- ronto. his headquarters, at the rud of the present mouth. _ C. 11. McUun- uougb of Toronto, will succeed him al Woodstock. Bertha Hosang. a Chlneie girl whose parents reside' Vancouver, has obtained the, decree1 of bachelor of arts, McGIll University, The only olbcr Chinese student to qualify was Peler Ring, live rea'rs.ago. Ho ob- tained a high government position Lu China. Tlov. Joseph Elie Jeaunottc, ot Ihe Oblate order and parish priest of the church of the Sacred Heart, nl Ot- tawa, was Instantly killed at Mont- real on the King Edward highway. His automobile crashed Into the guard rail ol the bridge between St. Phil llppe sod St. Jaiues. The United Stales Is- gradually to take over Ihe entire motor ambulance and transport service ou Uie French fDJOt In France. 'An official Ameri- can ambulance unit Is to be organized and its members alllllatcd with the medical reserve. These are results of conferences between the French mission and the Vniled Sidles int- ernment. The following message was received y Mrs. Joseph H. Choate from Kins eorge ol England: "The Quecm and are 'much distressed to hear of the udden death of Mr. Choate whom we new so well and rcgmrded wllh trong feelings of, friendship and ro- pecl. My people will join with me t mourning the 1033 of your husband ho always proved himself to be a rue friend to my country." The act comjielllns males 50 years. old to" undergo' military training is Into' full In India, and exemptions' are being 'sparingly granl- 6V' The government hag Just issueO a resolution .urging the Indian com munity to take more active steps' la oeke recruiting tor the Indian oents more worthy of the name and isplretlons of the country. Lienl. John Hay, D.C.Trf., former vet ran of tie, 6th Battalion, who is at resenl unattached, has offered to oln the Princess Patricias as a prl- ate and his been accepted. After being wounded at the front hc-re- urned home and 'was appointed bat .allon sergeant- major with the ISlsl lallalion at Brandon. Last summer te was given a commission -with the 91lh Battalion at Camp Hughes. Rev. J. II. Joslyn, now in occu- pancy of the Afelhodist charge at Sin alula, Sssk, -wns a few days ago the eclpient of a Ford car as a' testimony 5f the appreciation from his admlr In the Elnlaluta district. Prohibition was given lo the people of Alberla through the demand made by the the polls. nut Ihe machinery which made It possible lor the people- to voice their demands was given them by Ihe Sllton govern dent when the Direct Legislation Act was put on the statute books. The Ingenious excuse Is bring oRcr ed tlromh'lbe opposition prtss tha the travellers are against the Sllton government a'lmosl lo a man because Ihe date, ot Ihe election, June 7, falls In Ihe middle 0! the week for the sole purpose of. disfranchising the (ravel lets who are against the gorernmen beCiuse .the administration has no undertaken to force hotel keepers li keep belter hotels. So far as South ern Alberta is concerned, the prevail ing prosperity has resulted In belle bolel accommodation at rnoal polnl than wras furnished along wltb lht'the Amcrlcau Heel Cross UK recuperative hospital for any American, soldiers who may tia woutideU .war wllb Germany. Tills act ot patriotism was announced recently uy Miss Lolta rjgilcn Armour. only .o'f J. Ogdeu Armour, millionaire packer. Her fatlv er lias'just-placed Iho cntlro works. and output o( Armour t Co., al the. government's dliposal. Fllletn minutes alter the workmen bud vacated the of the Diamond P. store, vklch to bave been opwd' at River, and which vai ot the bulldlnxB ot Its kind la the Peace River dtilrlct coUavced, be- neath the debris many tfcouiead dol- lars' worth or entirely niftv atock. Uurlng Iho winter the tormwr of this firm vas burned down and the erecllon of IBIE new edldce iru commenced Immediately." ROLAPiE> says: Ripe, red cherries and Adams Cali- fornia Fruit Gum I think are equally delicious. I love them CANADIAN CHEWING CUM COj ;