Lethbridge Daily Herald in Lethbridge, Alberta
7 May 1918

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7 May 1918

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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta A up blk the lera Foge. Rally is a tuesday or 7, 1018 heu a Alberta a a i i Daill and weekly and publish or the Letha Biduk Herald print ing. Company limited a 6vv8trst South Lethbridge " w. president and managing director John ton Fence   business manager it tslhphone8 Busi Vii office.1262 Bdl or a ounce. 1224t subscription Katsai Dally delivered per week. Daily delivered per year. Dally by mall per year weekly by mall per year. Weekly by mall per year to u.9j2.00 \ .10 15.00 $4.00 $1.50 Date of expiry of subscriptions appear Dally on address Label. Acceptance of papers . Expiration Date is our authority to continue Uio subscription. The Progress of the War there is practically no change in the a War situation today. Artillery activity is reported in several sectors. The possibility of a revolt in aus Tala is growing stronger each Day. The socialists have issued a statement calling on workingmen to be prepared Lor a revolution. 1 appalling facts v demand attention. There Are those who will say that. Rev. Or. Snow is reprehensible Tor publishing the tact that during the past six months there have been More than 30 births out of Wedlock in the Day of Lethbridge. And the her Aid will be blamed Tor reporting the abatement. The old argument will be used that the publicity will be bad advertising for the City. But. In the opinion of the Herald the fact that is per cent. A Letic Bridge e birthrate during the past six months is due to Illey Macy la an appalling one and the Only remedy to prevent a of the actuation is the White Light of publicity. And while Rev. Or. Snow made it Clear in is Sermon that he was not having a slam at the City nevertheless the facts brought out Are such As to give the commissioner of police and safety pause As to whether or not the argument that the recognition of a segregated District is the Beta Tor teis sort of thing is not fallacious. It to a dig question which is a live topic la Lethbridge just at present and the subject should not be allowed to drop from any sense of false mods . Or. Snow la a Man who is not actuated by any ulterior to to vein exposing conditions. He Cam not be charged with seeking cheap. V publicity. He has brought torn Lily to a tithe attention of the Public a ones ton that should demand the imme Diate attention of every Parent in Lethbridge. A new Light on ice Cream. This War la making us revise our ideas about Many things. One of them is ice Cream. The Herald admits it had the wrong impression about ice Pream in War time. Some time ago we suggested that As there was a shortage of Fate and As the consumption of butter la being curtailed the natural thing to do would be to Cut out. The manufacture of ice Cream Alto father. The argument looked right but along came or. J. D. Mcgregor of the Canada food Board and to use that awful word he told us ice Cream As it is made to Day is mostly camouflage and that it really is it Good Way to use up the surplus milk that would otherwise go to waste.   and now we have the famous or. Hoover of the u. S. Food administration telling us that instead of eating less ice Cream we should he eating More eating Leas bread to counterbalance. This Good news for riddles and. Grownups alike is contained in the following editorial in the sunday spokesman review a thriving War Industry is the evolution of arguments by the pros ecu. To a of All the thousand and one industries to the effect that each of these industries is indispensable to the successful conduct of the War. Bach set. Of producers admits that it is right to curtail the production of nonessential but is prepared to prove that its own product is absolutely essential. Web used to think that a a nation we were Given to excess of. Luxuries but now it appears that we have been Only gorging ourselves Imp necessities of Lite. Uproot is contained 9n a recent Dos a Tab that continued consumption on Lajarge scale a ice Froam is absolute by Elul to the integrity of the Dairy Plain that we ought $ Small fewer and All the water would have to past through the sewage disposal plan which would overtax it this method does not seem to be the City now has a half drained Lake and dozen t know what to do with it. As it stands it is no attraction Tor the Public and certainly won t help the Street car Revenue. Being Only partly drained the Council does t know whether to turn the water in and Chance it that the weeds won t grow again or keep the water out and keep the weeds Down for the rest of the year. May the Herald suggest that nothing be done until some definite plan is arrived at the schemes tried so far have been of the hit or miss variety which have produced just Abou one result definite knowledge that the Lake cannot be wholly drained through the sewer a fact one would have expected the commissioner to be possessed of from reference to the office data before the decision to Drain the Lake a was arrived at. Picked up it passing of tar must Mth German poles in Baltimore Are ask-1 Long exemption from the alien enemy regulations. United states May Grant a $5-,-100,000 War loan to the coloured Republic of Liberia Nino were injured at Beaumont tex., when a Gulf coast freight locomotive blew up. Interned germans across the Border May ire employed on the construction of National highways. Eighty seven Colorado Stieers brought $219 a head Frota packing houses at Trio Kansas City Mart a regular form wage scale is proposed in Colorado ranging from $50 to $60 for permanent Heln. Work on it. S. Naval Craft May be slowed up temporarily in order to Speed cargo construction. Montana and North Dakota have oversubscribed their Liberty loan quotas. The Cost of feeding a . Soldier has trebled since the Spanish american War. May 25th has been named for the enrolment of women motors in new York state. Four Hundred plants across Tho Bonier Are Busy on Tho manufacture of air planes. Assemblyman m. Of Yonkers n.y., waive exemption. A. Trabon has offered or. To the late Gen. T. J. Shyrock a bal Elmore masonic Leader left a $264,840 estate. 11 Baltimore business men Are raising $100,000 to Aid a Home for coloured orphans. Consumption of fallen 75 per cent. Republic. Sauerkraut has in the Southern Brandon had six hours rain yesterday. It will reach us soon. No use getting jumpy yet about a dry summer.-, the moral in How much land should Yon own might form a very profitable theme for discussion on uj5va. Sunday. The shelters for Street car passengers that have been placed on 13th Street North and. At the Corner of 9th Avenue and 13th Street South Are distinct convenience for passengers i bit Why. Not give them a coat Al Pait that would both preserve the lumber and make them More sightly. A Etta �gnea8toroh, that not of Tiv the be conserved and that we Are Mim to Conj me More lavish by Taa a Yar espre a8 far ase eng Ria goes it is perfectly Energy Fly 8m� to , they Are talking about deleting statements in the u. S. School histories which throw a wrong reflection on the British people in their part of the War of Independence a writer in a coast paper who is strongly urging such action says William Pitt referring to the hiring of hessians to tight the colonists uttered these words were 1 an american As i am an englishman and a foreign troop were landed on my Shore i  never would Lay Down my a Nib. Never never he spoke the sentiments of the British people but it finds no place in our american histories. Contrast the neat and engaging appearance of the grounds of Westminster school surrounded with a Beautiful hedge \ f car Agana with the Bleak and uninviting surroundings of the Central school and the old High school. How would it be if the . Occupants of Duso Vanpuls Man Siona were to make themselves into a committee to apply some of the practical knowledge that they have gained at the experimental farm in improving the grounds of these schools such a Monument As that to their history would outlast the Bronze medals they Are to get. Another spot in town that would stand improvement is the Lawn at. The y. "m.c.a. It is in such contrast to the Beauty spot that superintendent Pennefather Laid out on the other Eldo of the Avenue that one won Ders where the eyes of the Young have been All these years. It grass is sown there it should be protected for a while from the Sun and the wind by have Long some old sacks fastened Down Over it hut with that a precaution taken the grass would grow Well. Maybe archly my Tali Ell could be persuaded to Supply a few shrubs from the Coaldale nurseries these Yould make the Job Complete for predicting a German Victory an ens Ley ala., peddle was publicly whipped. Terms ranging from ten to 20 years were Given deserters from Camp Dix last week. A firm n new York jewellers have attached Sarah Bernhardt s jewels for an alleged unpaid account. Over a Quarter of a million shipyard workers have across Tho Border in tale past two months. U. S. Astronomers Are preparing to View the total eclipse of the Sun next june from Baker City Ore. Capt. Westbrook of Tho Chicago police Force has been admitted to the bar but will remain with the police. Six big new York technical High schools Are to be turned Over to the government for training mechanics. Kansas City taxes on real property have been reduced per cent and on personal property from 10 to 30 per cent by the state Board of equalization. I being sentenced at i Jondon. Ont to the unusual penalty of one Day in jail and a Fine of $600, in default of which she should remain six months in the cells mrs. Mcguth fun sold her Home in Thorndale for $700. She was convicted of theft of $25 Worth of baby trinkets from a department store. She had no use for the Artic and the defence was that she is a kleptomaniac. Tho death of Deverge. Ohneth french1 novelist and dramatist is announced in Paris. Up to sunday Tho number of men available Tor ser Vlco under the military service act was 63,o05. T. M. Molloy commissioner of labor Tor Saskatchewan has also been appointed1 fuel administrator. T \ Twenty Tivo wore injured when a Staten Island trolley jumped the tracks on a curve. Paul Didato a new York wholesale Lour dealer has been fined $6,000 for violating food rules. The new u. S. Anti sabotage Law carries penalties of $10,000 and 30 years imprisonment. Washington hits decided upon a separate motor transport department for the u. S. Army. Nifty clothes with unnecessary embellishments Are under a War ban across the Border. Cleris Derosis in Al Leryl wife beater was tarred and feathered by an Endicott conn., mob. Washington will spend $40,000,000 on War terminal facilities at 20 per cent increase has been Given civilian workers in . Navy Yards. Bayonne n.j., Board of education has abolished the teaching of German in the schools of that City. Lady Gilbert has applied to the Stanmore food control committee to be registered As a purveyor of milk. Birmingham University has conferred an honorary degree on lord Morris sex Premier of Newfoundland. , arrested for intoxication will in future have to put up $50 Ball. President Wilsons wife reviewed 25,000 women War workers in Philadelphia. In. Dead at Macleod was 111 Only two Days land sales pig clubs being organized Macleod May 6.-j.1 p. Muldoon aged 73 years plod suddenly on Friday. He had been in his usual Good health and was ill Only two Days. He came from Ontario where he was born and has lived in this town and District for a number of years. The police Are now enforcing the new act All men from 16 to 60 years of age shall work and have \ sent out a Tew invitations to special cases to work or report. The y. M. C. A. Campaign for this week will give an Opportunity to those who Are not already contributing to other funds to help the boys at the front. Or. Collier c. A arrived during last work and will begin subdividing that portion of the blood Reserve which the bloods voted to give up by Sale. This land May to kept for the boys who return from Tho Battle Field of Franco. 1 sales of farm land continue with bettor prices each week and having More satisfied Farmers with More land to care for and crop. Rev. W. A Lewis received a unanimous invitation to remain pastor of Tho methodist Church for another year. K. W. Yetkie manager of the Bank of Commerce in Macleod has been Busy the past week visiting the schools through this District and organizing pig clubs among the school children and reports a great interest in the work. School inspector Corrle is we commend this suggestion to the he oho Days going through . Recast sence Agger its i that there Are 20,000 German spies in new York City alone. A German helmet and an Irish song each realized $50,000 for the Liberty loan in new York. Rev. Michael d. Collins a roman Catholic priest at Jackson to is facing a Federal disloyalty charge. Chatham City debentures to the value of Over $2b,00o, have been sold to local f soldiers have been detailed to help new York s police in suppressing vice and illicit liquor sales. New Ork state democrats Are far from unanimously favouring w. A Hearst As gubernatorial candidate. Sacramento California authorities prevented mrs. Sheehy sket Lington widow of an Irish revolt Leader from making a sinn fein speech. . Frank Ware d.s.o., one of the first officers to leave London ont., for overseas. Is to return to Canada having received the appointment of assistant adjutant general. With the object of interesting children in Home gardening the Chatham horticultural society distributed 600 packages of vegetable Beed to the children of the Public schools Leonard mar3h, a Pupil of the Royal College for the Blind Norwood has Heen awarded Rhei Fellowship diploma of the Royal College of organists. With the object of releasing men for More important work elsewhere the Canadian Pacific company has decided to place coloured men upon its dining cars in the positions of waiters and Cooks. I _ French canadians in Montreal Are excited Over a decree of the governor of Connecticut who has issued a proclamation forbidding the teaching of any language other than English in the state. Hal the command to halt has Back of it the Power of the army. In hundreds of communities in this country today a halt has been called on the Cornu or ity robber on the Man or woman who think singly or unthinkingly robs Jim Community by refusing to patronize Home interests. What is needed today Are More sentries More men and women to Call a halt on such thoughtlessness. Our Community is asked to take a definite stand on this question. Let each Man appoint himself a sentry to see that the Community life is preserved. Other communities have fallen in line. They have hoisted the Home Trade Flag. We must fall in line or fall behind. Forward March. Strict. He finds it lord to Supply All i the schools with teachers All cigars tobaccos and cigarettes in canteens belonging to the. Great War veterans the army and Navy veterans and the Koukl 51ub  at Kingston which did not Bear the stamp have been seized by Inland Revenue officers.,. N to. Major Thomas Gibson and Captain Ross Mcpherson have been invested by the King with the distinguished service order. Her majesty the Queen has received in audience Margaret Macdonald Chie Canadian Matron. Tho following canadians have been invested with War honors by the. King it Buckingham Palace major Thomas Elmott Ottawa and major Charles Leonard distinguished service order major Percy Sherren bar to military Cross. 13. Penny a Fisherman of Prince Ruport was drowned when four it the Crow of Tho halibut fishing ves sol Nakano Woro washed from the decks in a Hurricane which raged for Twenty minutes off Aristaz ahle Island up the Northern coast of British Columbia. Crop conditions in Minnesota Mon Tana and Tho Dakotas Are highly favourable according to the directors of the ninth Bank. There is a Fino color to newly Ger. In lated Grain but

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