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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .PAGE FOUR TWK LETHBRIDGE HERM.O WEDNESDAY, MAY letbbribcje Ictbbridae, Hlbcrta OAILY AND WEEK LY Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per Dally, delivered per year Dallr. by mall, per Weekly, by BiaH per year ......H.60 Weekly, by mall, per year lo U.S..52.00 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan President anJ Manselnj; Director Join Torranco Business Manager Dstes o[ eiplry o( sutscrlpllons ap- pear dally on address iBbtl. Accept ante o[ pspers after expiration date Is our authority to continue, tie sub- scription. Your Klna and Country Nted You RljM Nowl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The Italians have captured over 2: 000 prlsmera In their offensive agifnst the Auslrlans on the Isonio front The offensive Is bein'e continued with fur- ther gains for the all.ad lorcea. A division of Japanese troops for the Russian front Is the proposal now being moaled lu allied war circles, and this probably will he a development ot-ihe very near future. It the ,new Russian government displays will- ingness to continue the war along pro- sent Unes. WORD OF ADVICE TO THE STRIKING MINERS. Durlnff the days In March when the miners and operators were In session endeavoring to errJre at an agreement lor Iworear period, the public was only mildly interested. Bat when ihe miners DIslrlcl No. IS refused to ratify the proposed agreement and called a general slrlke o[ the- men employed in the i team and lignite mines or the field, reducing-a prairictlori of tons of" coal dally lo nothing, then the pub- llfi became directly fnleresled. When continues, as It tas, lor. nearly two months, the pub- at last becomes vitally Interested. That. Is the time public opinion com- mences to weigh In the matter. That time has come, Rightly or wrongly, public oyiniob is hecoming divorced from the cause of the- miners in this strite. We art not stating nn opinion. We are' slat in? B bald "We believe the public In this case ia anxious and willing that the men r'lall be given a fair wage Increaie i being made the big I suo la ultra-loyal Calgary by Messrs. Tweedte, Blow, the Calgary Herald, md other Mlcheiier colioits. The utter foolishness ol their contention 5 euch as to create wonder outside ihe province, and the well-informed Winnipeg Free Press tatea up the issue. discussing It as follows, under Lhe capllcn, "A Po.Illcul The demand that naturallied clll- lens of Austrian or German, tallonal- liy should be prevented from voting In ihe provincial elections now pend- ing In Alberta anil Saskatchewan has hitherto been mada by parties who might reasonably be considered as not tug given careful consideration lo the Question. Now, however, that this demand has been voiced In imtllc by no person than T. M. Tweedle, the nret lieutenant ot the Conservative leader of Alberta, the agitation Is Identified as a political manoeuvre, entered upou without regard to hopo that there may be some Immedl- ale political advantage lu It. The fact thai ihls demand was voiced by Mr. Twcodle at a meeting lo ai which Mr. Michener, tho Conservative leader, was present without protest from that gentleman, reveals the slg- nlflcanco and purpose .of the whole movement. The Free Press has already set forth Roma ol the chlel reasons why this proposal should be resisted; bul II mlsM be pointed oul lo Mr. Mich- ener and Mr. Tweedle, and the- Con- servative leaders ot Saskatchewan, who no doubt v.Iu be heard from In he samo strain, thai It there an ssue on this point, H Is Dominion, not a provincial. Issue. They should ooi to Ottawa and address their com- plalnU to Sir Robert Borden. It Is net the business of the legls- atures of Canadian provlccos to dls- franchise Canadian citizens. a man is admitted to citizenship, he Is entitled to all the rights ot citizen- ship, .and Is Iree to eiexctse them while- he remains a citizen. The parties against whom these attacks are being made aro clUiens of Can- ada. They hold ihetr citizenship rights. Including the right lo vole, by virtue of a law Tchicb. Is within the eiclnsive jurisdiction of the Dominion parllamcnL The question which Mr. Tweedre, will the consent ot Mr Michener, Conservative leader for Ihe province ol Alberta, haa raised Is Trhether these parlies are to retain their Cana- which allow them lo lire de- cenUy at the 'present prices of food fluffs and other commodities. The public will pav any addition al charges on each ton of coal. Du the public is growing aicfc and of the eontmaal dlssentlon whlcb hu' Ecrrea lo put the time of selllemeal and resumption of coal production farther farther In the future. The International President of Ibe Onion has told the men of this dis- trict vlial they had better do. He tells them to go back lo work at the wages wblch prevailed on March 2li and he will send a special connniiiee ..from International headquarters to negotiate an entirely new agreem lie tells them Ik's became he has taken the attitude in -Ihe United filales that no embarrassment should be pnl In the way of the president In .marshalling the resources o[ the country to pursue the war along dian citizenship. This Is a question thai only Ottawa can decide. U the Dominion parliament, which Is under the coolrol of Sir Robert Dorden, n. B. Bennett and other friends ot Mr. Tweedle. were liy enactment lo can- cel the naturalization of all present citizens ol Canada of enemy btrth, the effect would be automatically lo dis- franchise these electors for all pur- provincial and Do minion. Mr. Tweedle undersUrrii the sllua tion thoroughly. He knows that he could obtain hit object Immediately by action at Ottawa. He knowi lhat the leglilaturt of Alberta could not act at this Juncture, If it had the povwr and Inclination, bvcaute there it no legliliture (n cKiilence. Why, not Mr. Tweedle apply to friend, Sir Robert Bor den, at Ottawa? Because he knowt well that the Dominion par IIament would refuu to entertain a proposition M there ugh-go Ing In Iti PruMlanlim. Mr. Twaedle is at the game of srJrrlng up prejudices In the hope that there may be profitable fishing for him in the troubled Craters thai will result. The fad that "at this lime appeals of this kind are twenty limes as dangerous as fn Limes o peace, when they BXC dangerous ennimh.. counts ns nothing wllh Mr Twee die In the balance against hi political ambitions and his appetlt and was remanded on ball, WlHfam H. Force, 65, of .Vew York father of the second wife of the lal Joha -Jacob Astor, died "suddenly. Mr orce was In Lhe shipping and for warding business, and was a 'direr.to f several large corporations, Mrs. A. H. Bedtlbme ol Lomlop When You Eat Bread you are entitled to every- thing in the whole wheat grain. Dr. Wiley says: "Wheat ia a complete food containing all the elements necessary for human nutri- tion." But be sure you get the whole wheat in a digesti- ble form, Shredded Wheat Biscnil is whole wheat made digestible by steam-cooking, shredding and best'process ever devised for preparing the whole wheat grain for the human stomach. Two or three of these crisp little loaves of baked whole -Wheatwith milk and berries, make a delicious nourishing heue with Leader wichener, it meal, Made in Canada. Notice to Farmers The price of Cream has advanced 4c on and 2c on sour. PRICES ARE NOW Per Pound Butter Fat 4Gc No. 1 Sweet 43oNo. 2 Sweet 40c No. 1 Sour 3Sc No, 2 Sour This l> the hfghctt prlci In the province. We still piy for each ahlpment and pay all eKpreti Crystal Dairy Ltd. LETHBRIDGE int., wife of the forme-r manager o he Bank of Montreal, died from raclured skull. She vas TtnocVc own ID (he aired by an automobile ilr. Bed dome, who was also Injured, I tcoverlDg. The weslern conference of Typo raphlcal unions at Reglna elected officers as Prcsldeul, D. K. vJcc-prcaldenlB, P. J. H. W. Falconer, Jaw; C. Ryan. Winnipeg; acc- retary-lroasurer, D, W. flollamy, cine Hal. The conference mcolB In Calgary neit year. Judgment was by Mr, JUB- Ice fn (ho superior court at Montreal on the petition In which Tancredu Pagnuclo, formerly lieuten- ant-colonel and comulanding ofllcci of the ZOCth (French Cana- dian) esks for Issue of n writ of cerllurarl the court martial which fn December laai convicted hira of perjury, Eeni.enced hltn 16 months' Imprisonment and cashiering. John H. niberta, secretary of Ihe Dominion alliance, ono of the best known moral In Montreal, lost his dcpoaU of In Iho alder- manic conical (or fll. Ccorge ward. The vote was Weld on, orts, 729. The WRK created by the rcalgoatlon of II, Hoyd, K. C., upon hla apiKjlntmenl as chair ens. To aid the LCanadian Patriotic funfl, carload .of- California oranges, flo- ated br K. O. Fleinlric, formerly of VJnflsDi, was auctioned oft ia the Vlndsor annorles. ArrangemenlE hare been completed whereby Quebec House at England, .Ihe home of 'Wolfe's child- hood, shall be vested ID a national msL Tn a fil of despondency, Katau illszubabu, Vlfc of a. Japanese fish-J rraan, hanged herself, lo a rafter In' her house at Stereslon, B.C., nrlth the i trap from Ihe bag with which she :arrlcfl her papooae. Set tiers are still flocking to tbe River and Grande Prairie dla- .rlctg Uirougb the Edmorilon Immlgra- Ion office. Since May 19, 110 people lave and out of these 31 ikve gone to Grande Prairie and 33 i lo Peace Hiver. On June IB the annual BapHat con- T en lion will commence In Kdmonlon. rhl3 T.111 be Lhe nineteenth naaembly for Alberta, and about 150 delegates are expected lo be 1n attendance. About flye laymeu go from each church. Afalor James IflscottX ex-ar.P.P. of Ft. Catharines, died suddenly at tbe ge of 92. He was one of the first atd most fruit 'growera fn Ihe district. From 1852 fo ISSfi ho repre- sented Lincoln RS a, Conserratlyo In the Ontario legislature. A.-J. Mulr, a mining promoter ot Vancourcr, Is held on ball In ran nee Ifon with an alleged hnge min- ing swindle In wblch hundreds of citi- zens arc said lo have become Inter- ested. The complainant, T, J. Ran- Btone, says he put Into Lhe scheme. AUCTION SALE of HORSES CATTLE TrutU and. Guarantee Company, Limited, of Calgary-and Ad mini lira tort of lha EiUle of the Late A. C. Chrli ten- ten, of Beazer, Alt a., will offer for tale at the C. P. K. STOCK YA15DS, CABD.STON, Alia. On SATURDAY, JUNE 2nd, '17 AT TEN A.M. :'v The follovlne hnr-EE catllu which aro the property of the Eslnlc Note that while the ealc Is at Ihe O. P. H. yards (ihcj- harlng kladlj been loaned for this purjwse} Ihla stocV Is all native slock, no Imported dogles or Eastern slock. It vaa all raised on Mr. ChrlatenBen'a place, has been well fed during the winter and la In good condition, and Is now offered for salo lo close up Ihe EsLntc. Moat ol It Is young 6t6cfc, which will prow Inlo money very Taal, end will be a Rood p-jrchaae for any farmer. horses, which will Le Bold In the morning, are aa follows; 4 grey marcs, In foal or with foal at foot, aged about, 7 to 10 yty.rs. 1100 to 1200 pounds each, well broken; 1 black mare, h; foal, aged about aU years, broken lo work or rlic, weight ahout 1150 Iba.; 1 saddle gelrtIng, aged about i; 1 bay marc, brqfcen egcd about B, weight ahout 1250 Ibs.; 1 black folding, aged about 5 years, broken, weight about 1300 Iba.; 1 bar, gelding, aged about years, broken, weight about 1300 Ibs.; 3 bay ftlllcs, coming 3 years old, work horses, nut broken; 1 bay horse; ahout 17 of JOUTIK geldlnga and fllllcs, colls, yearling and two years old, not broken, work horso lyjie. o! cattle will begin, as Boon as Ihe horaea are sold: 1 Shorthorn bull, Bold lo he Pure Dred but not regis- tered; .about 18 good gmdo bee! cowe, In cair or with calf at fool; about 23 yearling slecra and betters; about 20 2-ycar-old fiteora; about 10 dry cows. The aJiova cattle are Jnosi of them of the .Shorthorn or Wlille Face grades, are In good condition and will be sure money maker.i tor any one. POSITIVELY NO .RESERVE TERMS CASH EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD W. L. WILSON, of Lethbridge, Auctioneer DIRECTORY OF AUTO- LIVERY AND DRAYING DRAY1NG> Phohei 1345 or Turner Witchell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th It. nemm's Auto Livery 24 Hour Capable Phone 1312 The Hudson Auto Lhery A blf Six Cylladar car. One of tht lad mixt comfortable km UM city to rWota. COUNTRY TFJIK PREFERRED Residence Phons Day or Night. Day Phone, ralacs Cohftctlott ery us at ths man of Iho grain commlaalon, William. Fort BLACKFOQT INDIAN RESERVE IMPQRTANT INFORMATION Sale at Gleichen on June 6th, 1917 An indirection has been made by a DOMINION LAND OK recently on each and every nsirccl and a copy of detailed UK- POUT will be mailed on receipt of nominal siim of Five Dollars liy AVJLSON AND SKE1T.II, INSUUAN CE AND FINANCIAL UHOK- EKS, LETIIBUIDGE. Also dccriptlve MAP sliowiiiR Iniids already sold and lands to be sold. Price Two Dollars. These are invaluable to persons interested in Sale. DRAYING O! All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited P. H. Freight PHONES 1113 Urawln lott Auto Liver) OVERLAND AND CHALMEM NIGHT AND DAY Phone Clerk, 717 BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY LtthbrlJj., We know the Munfay HU nughly. hid li paid for, TRY Phone 1206 ;