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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY. APRIL 2, 1918 let.. . j i. *Wtbtm&j.\ OAILY AND WCIKLY Proprietor* and Publisher* II LETHBRIDGE HEHAlD PRINTING COMPANY, t.iMITEC [Stl gt� Btreet South. Lothbriajs W. A. Buchsi an President and .Managing Plrecfor Ton anew � - Ituslm.** Manager ' and the whole matter of marketing ; _^ Southern crown cuttle, bog* and DCfJttO j sheep, should be made so tiiat tho , _ K. .t 1 farmsre who are undertaking iln rals- HlpClta 1 ttlg pf uteatock ,,ay know Jus' what Itiarkettag conditions are r>( present, and th* posslbiltt'p* of the futnre. Wn hate besn trying for a hint. time to get bd interns! elevator Iisre for the benefit of the grain (truwi-r? What nto xve doing to -.ah* mark-" lug conditions br'ter for the growerr of livestock" SPOKE AT MACLEOD Splendid Talk on Co-operation is Heard By Large Crowd On Saturday TELEPHONES Office .......... Office. .......... Subscription Rats t'.c 11vered, rrr week d'iivered, per year by mail. 1>T year *ek!y. Iiy mail. 1 i 'chly, by mail, per nr. {ally, ally roftr ir to V S 1:52 12J4 10 M CO f: 30 f.'O.l �dver i ;i:ay l)..tes of expiry of subscriptions �?� par dnlly on nddresi lal>�l Accept-pc of yapcr 1 : fu *plr:iti. n ate Is far authority '�>>> SCI IptiOD IE PROGRESS THE WAR The first stroke of the 1 Id Hun push on the wrsi Iow .; ' of the Frent ii reserves n..\  a.-t'been thrown into the battle fGeneral Foch, supreme rcuirajmi-Mn-chlef. has passed the' ^ rl ,1:. 1 nerican troops arc now marchics PicarJy to take their. place* koulder to shoulder with the Frern :i Id British. Icatlons todeyare that The Gorans are pushing toward? Petropr.o" lie in the Caucasus the linssians organizing against the Turks. DO YOU UNDERfiTSN'1 THE INCOME TAX ACTt Die Herald un-i�i start I  Micro i iv,]-!-. ... 1: oats last and didn't know k !t�'her or not imp itnd'T the net A? Jhc xaltie '-e pri>du>-ts Li("iie of his farm at year's pri.es wcthl l-o �4 "a, 1; y e he hp iiia!ti" at\ i'tei'.tie is nr-essary tha tax return 1: S ] > = t ,, ,.v per.ses would he such that his net in-rr>w� would be loss; t.:an *:�.�  >. .'.! i-xetnptcil atuount ia th� ease of a married rial), hm ..s lr.s Rross itu v.. s uvit j:'.'on ao is required to m.'.'iiO the incoii.o tax retui'n. so that inspectors may deride whether � r r !:p should be assured. ^'e \,...id ot anothiT farmer who � l't " lit'''s f:(' :a '� - :. r-i> ' 1 ;'"' e\tont of jp.uoo last year, but a� he had spent or inxc-ue i :;i> and lta.ln't 13.'mo left he considered he was under no obligation to send in hi� irteonie tax form. Of course he wis wioii�. The herald calls attention to these '.natters . >r the benefit of those who :u.�y be l.ib 'ring under similar delu-sh. its Kaiinre to make the tox re-fun ,s punish::b f.'ii out your forms throiiph misiir.ders'andini; of th* law, >;et busy at on>e The government 1 needs the rev�n Macleod, Apr. t.-Preatdent Wood of the V F.A.. spoke to a full house on Saturday afternoon In th� town l.ai; While it wa� snowing heatry all day tie people came for miles to hear iti > man who talks farm sense : 1 f-niters Ills theme was "Co-op- t . :i ' Me went hack to the early "tini'j of the world, and traced his s'tb.ieet rrom the first business trans-;u'el. '\lten cooperation began, following it to the present day, always and everywhere success came where tills had been followed up. Kren today said the speaker, the great world war will be won br the co-operation of a'! the allied nations, baring this one theme, and then by each individual member of the great allied armies, realize that on me depends the sueiess. So today the great success hat iias come to the farmers of Southern Alberta in growing the great- est i rops of wheat the world has �I known, is due entirely to the co-operation and even greater things are in store for you men and women here if you will co operate In. all things, great or smail. then only Will you reach that height you are after-the greatest people In this tha greatest province of the great Dominion of r.uk'.da, the Province of Alberta. Mr. Wood- left Saturday night for Winnipeg to attend a conference of grain men. which may set. the price i of wheat for this,year. 1M8. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Whittle ar* spending; Raster holidays with Mr*, Whittle's j mother at Maijeod. Mr and Mrs Brown and family have taken up their residence on the Ftrewster farm, which thoy purchased during the past moalh. Joseph Horner and family have moved to Macleod, having leased their farm fur this year. Miss s, ^tuith, who haa been teaching school at the coast in B.C., arriv- p.m. All members and frtfnda era invited to be. present Mr. aad Mrs K N. Hani moved Into th* hoase oa th* farm recently burnhased from P. Oeorge. Her* s lack to you. K*a. 0*od cr6th | Battalion, died at the coast and will j be burled In Calgary where he was a well-known business man. 1 Archdeacon Cody-anil Prof. A li Ahbott urged the claims of greater production In addresses to Toronto toachers. Sir John Hondrle, Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario, prorogued the legislature with all the usual pomp dispensed with. barred zone. Teats �t Chathaoa'a water show that it contains bacteria of Inteetlnal ori gin. it is stated that (he quantity ot sulphate of alumina could safely be doubled and an Incroia* of U per renUiuade in hypochlorite. A. McGllt. Dominion analyat, has advised the government to exercise care in connection with th* Importation of beans grown In warm climates. Hindy was to have been in Paris yesterday. April Fool! THOMAS WHITE > THOSE BANK MERGERS. le Financial Post has the f dlowitu; Iteresting comment to make relitiv� Sir Thomas White's connection ( the government as r.iini.-ter of luce, his enforced absence from the �slon. and the recent bank mergers: many rumors which have been rulating regarding Sir Thongs a and his position In the govern-have brought a statement from smler Ilorden. The premiers pro-ancetnent, however, does not clear the situation. It wouid appear it Sir Thomas' health is such that will not return for the present ses-i& of parliament: that he desires retire but that the government has iked him to continue !n office. It regains to be seen whether Sle Thomas ! be willing to do this when he has ot the reins in his own hands. Considering the somewhat atnblgu-it position which Sir Thomas evi. antly occupies at the present time, would be Interesting to know whe-tlre bank amalgamations recant announced have been passed by the rverttment with his consent. It will remembered that at the time ot kit Itoyal-llainilton merger proposal The primrose p.u.i sloppy hereafter. will be Japan is ready says^a dispatch. o st�p in any time. That Is reassuring April came in with squalls Le; U8 hopr it continues to weep copiously all spring and summer. d in Macleod last week and has tak-j Besides the greet increase in the eu a school at Spring Point, Alta. capacity of the plant of the Imperial Corpl. McGowan,, who was invalided] oil Co. here, details of which will be home, will teach in the Mud Lake j announced later, V. E. Green, local school until summer holidays. Inspec-1 manager, announced this morning tor Torey finds great difficulty in j that the company had Just recently providing teacher* fdr his district. He (decided on establishing tankage to a still has several schools cloaad for j capacity of l,m'n),tee' ,he nfavy Heman*- This is issued and shows clearly that the ! more than.20 times the storage capac Louis Lnvore will spend the next 1 three months at llurwnsli Prison Camp for being a defaulter and re- j ... , _ , fusing to answer quc-.tions. i �>�''�use of the dangerous large amount Thomas Noble, well-known drover \ - Pru8Slc aoW ��V oaUln. of Cblnguacousy Township, who re-' The fine of $L'S�...r>o was imposed) , , (, ~~ ' _!.� moved to Brampton about 18 years ; upon George Smith, proprietor of the! *, . , arv*n announceo Uiat ago, died of a paralytic stroke. Walker Hotel, Windsor, tor violating j on,.y. alwotately neeegaw ��^.*0I** - , the Ontario Temperance Act. I Markham annual seed fair showed j - exhibits not up to the usual form. As a result of charges brought by I and many classes were unfilled, the public prosecutor a court-martial i Beans, oats and pea* were the brtt. \ has ordered the criminal prosecution 1 - 1 of former-King Constantine. j Fuel problems were discussed at the j - opening session of the Canadian Socie- 1 Pte. Charlie Stewart died in Gor-ty of Civil Engineers at Toronto, at ; many, a prisoner of war. He was son, of Alex. Stewart. K.C., formerly a bar-. rist�r of London, Ont., now of Edmonton. which Sir William Hearst spoke. Open championships on Shorthorns went to Hon. Duncan Marshall, on Lancaster Pride at the annual spring bull show held by Alberta cattle, breeders. An action is started against Dr. A. R. Dupuis, of Windsor, to recover $IH,- would lie gone on With during the war. nnd that a reduuetion Of about, mo was to be made In the etaff of his own department. Paymaster and Hon. Captain Theodore Jean Snucler mum found guilty by a general court-martial at Montreal on nine charges laid against him of having hrokon the King's resrula-. lions and orders by signing documents and cheijues In blauk. Charles A. Mt-Cnffery was burned to death; William Cottle. William White were badly burned In a fin-which destroyed the latter's house at Port Reeve. to meet the rapidly growing demand) Jf� 11/s*'d to "�*��,J??11 C"Ilecl::' in| OF Yesterday was April 1st and the first of the spring months. But winter held sway. April Fool again! No more of those little oblong" packages from Michel and Maple Creek. The cruellest April Fool's joke of all! Canada must save wheat. To do so, substitutes must bo provided Rut there Is not much encouragement to save wheat flour when oat, corn and rye products are higher in price than flour, even though oats, corn and rye are relatively lower. It would "be a good business for the government to made a statement of policy that he investigate tha prices charged for the pllld not favor iurther amalgama- aTilliable substitutes. unless it were in the public In- _ and this was taken to mean he would favor such a course Says the Cardston Globe: eu the institution being absorbed Lethbridge board of trade has mem-1:1 a veak .ondition. in the esse orialized the Dominion government the Northern .Crown its absorption to keep land speculators out of Hlood a -:r.i|i(!''r hunk might have been Indian reserve land recently offered for settlement. Ahsolufly correct. Too much western laud is already in speculator bauds; neiiher in the Hlood reFervft nor auywh'-te else should there be any land for these Bcotiruge.l a couple of years ago on lis ground, bui jt hat since been do-Moping rcuewMl strength; ibere has jver been any resson to doubt the inditu? !"i, Helen Finley 62.5. Grade 6.-Eric Cranstoun 84, Peter Hofman 7*. Adrlanne Vanderwonde Wilber Kaake �88, Corlene Benoit , 6a, Claude Hunt 56, Irene Finley 43, Evelyn Finley 42. Grade Gerald Noble �6, Millie i Wlthage &.">..). Herman Vanderwonde 47.5, Mary Weight 40.5. Average ot attendance 77.63%. Teacher, E. M. Pyke. The Junior school** average attendance is 90.4&%, and th* teacher. Miss Mcintosh. The standing is as follows: Grade 3.-Dorothy Buchanan 80. Grade 2 Senior.-John Berg-strom 72, Raymond Hunt (8, Anthony Vanderwonde 64, Julia Benoit 62. Grade Junior.-Jaan Buchanan 72, Herbert Hergstrom M. Grade 1- Johanna Gelderloos 70, Donald Buch anau i.:>, Lillian Hunt 64. Red Cross. The Noble-ford R*d Cross mot in  afternoon and accomplished I O a fair amonnt of sewing. The meet-!* ing will be held as usual on Wednes-1 ethbr!dge at the present time. The erection of the big tanks at Coutts is brought about principally to meet the new regulations of the United States requiring Canadian importing companies to have a license to import from the States. The tankage to be erected at Coutts will accommodate i ,, ,, . , , three trainloads of tank cars. The j ^ 1 7>e}\*^ z^V^z.1" the sale of some OJibway property as "secret profit." Accidental d*eath was the verdict, of the Jury Investigating the death of j Lieut. Geo. U. Robinson, whose body 1 was found on the ice at the foot ot u, cliff on the outskirts of Urockvllle. Sir Brien Coknyne Is elected Gov-! ernor of the Bank of England, to succeed Baron Cunliffe, who retires after five years service as governor. ', An agreement lias been reached between the miners and steel workers of the Nova Scotia Steel and Cua! Com- j pany, and the company thus averted a | threatened strike. j Thirty-throe American telephone I girls, who speak Kngli h and French Major .1. Hartt. M.P.P.. Orlllia, 177th llattalion, who was granted ! leave to attend the session of the Pro-i vincial Legislature, left the east on his way back to France. Supplied with rurrent from batteries worn on a belt, an electric light to be mounted on a surgeon's or dentist's forehead to aid him in his work has been patented. A number of Jitneys are still oper-ntln); in Winnipeg. A majority of the city council recently passed a resolution favoring the abolition of the jitneys as a concession to (lie street railway, nnd this was to be effective en April 1. However, the bylaw legit,-latlon against the running of automobiles for a five cent fare will not be Following recent disturbances between members of the Chinese colony and young men who assaulted some of them, the Chinese Consul General, Yank Shu Wen, ot Montreal, Is visiting the city, and haa been a guest at public gatherings. The Ottawa Journal Pre*e says "Although no official announcement has been made It is understood that Hrlg. General W. St. Plarr* Hughes, former officer commanding th* 21st Kiistern Ontario Battalion at the front and an Ottawa man, will b* brought hack to Canada to take th* position ot superintendent of p*alt*ntlarl*s in Canada. The government with tho concurrence of the opposition has decided to appoint a superintendent of penitentiaries and three Inspectors. For ovc.- a quarter of a century General Hughes was an Inspector of penitentiaries and his work In this position gives him ample experience to handle the position of superintendent Ho Is a brother of Sir Sam Hughes." Coutts station will be under the control of Mr. Green, the local manager of the company here, and three or four men will, be stationed there to look after shipments. operate the switch-boards headquarters. in tho army NO 8TRIKE CALLED. Montreal, April 1-A large percentage of the Union carpenters employed on government construction at army and naval bases here, failed to Beatrice and Maurice Dessol were arrested on charges of murder in connection with the finding of an Infant's j body in Scarlett Plains ravine, near Toronto. I An Increase of $1,719,424 in tho ex-1 pendlture for postage stamps during; j go to work today. Union leaders said i ^ yeftr ""J1"*. "lt}l Marth. S1- 1917 that no strike had h.� �M �l ' * compared with too previous year, mat no stria* bad been ca'led ab yovgbt the to(a, t() J23.174.G01. ! though the men have demanded an increase in wages to HIVi cents an j hour. 1 i* A provincial order in council , In Nova Scotia appoints "a week of dedication and preparation for the period of food produotion now approach- day next at 2 p.m. On Thursday, April 4th the monthly business meeting will be held in the church at 8 LEAVE PETROGRAD Vologda, Russia, Mar. 30 - The French, Italian and Serbian diplomatic staffs have arrived here and will open temporary offices. The members of the Belgian, Greek and Portuguese legations have remained in Finland.  j lng, beginning on April  Liout.-Col. W. G. Mackendrick of the British army, has presented to President Wilson a ratio made from the door of th� celebrated Cloth Hall at Ypres, Belgium. Similar canes have been given King George of Eng- ADAMS IIACK JACK Keep all the soldier boys you know well supplied with the best flavored gum you can buy -rAdams Black Jack. A stick a day keeps bronchitis away. Every time you buy it for your* self, buy it lor a soldier. tain. etlttve rket nearer than* Calgary. How-with the P. Bums.Co. and the t-Wetaoa eoatpany now on the ad, aad, It the farmers continue �crease their atoch holding, wa so doubt a nacking plant will within a reasonable time here the Ilecald would like to to the Board of Trade Unit silgatiftn **( report �> the possibilities ot LelhbrJdge The Lethbridge Herald says that the honorable ladies'' have made the most effective and eloquent speecnes so far delivered at the present ses-sion of the Alberta Iioubo. Wo can � quite believe It. Uut what would the \ Herald say if it had the grand and glorious opportunity of hearing our Lady ' legislator speak.'-Vancouver Suu. It roust be lonesome out there for 1; C's. lone lady legislator. What does -he do when the men legislators in-vade the smoking room. She oan't talk fashions and gossip with herself. That's where Alberta showed a char liable spirit toward* fha ladies of the legislature by naming two. The Financial Times says: The more correspondence wn re reive about the incotno tax, tho moro convinced we become of tho necessity for an official interpreter. The Toronto Globu Is now industriously propagating a completely erroneous view of the supertax, instructing its readers to deduct the $:t,ono or $I..Vm exemption beforo computing it, whet,, as the exemption applies only for normal tax. The error will not da much harm so far as the returns are concerned, since the taxpayer is not called on to assess his owu tax but merely to report his income, but It may lead to a lot of argument and confusion later on. The Lethbridge Board of Trade has been asking for an interpretation of tho act .tor a long time. Evidently they are no more nulighteued la the east than we ar*. mJU ~~ Anyhow be sure mr to include some Zam-Buk in your next parcel to the men in the trenches. Zam-Buk is "a complete surgery within  two-inch box." Sapper G. T. Webster, 2nd Field Co., Canadian Engineers, writes: " I cannot get along without Zam-Buk. It's just splendid tor fixing up sores, cots, sprains, etc." Sergt Bremner, of the 8th Canadian Mounted Rifles, writes: MW� find Zam-Buk invaluable for cuts, sores, blisters, etc. The men should never be without this wonderful healer." Th* eoldlef who carrlee a box of Zam-Buk la hia paclwt will b* eaved much unnecessary aoffaring, loataat ppHc*tloa of this aatt-aeptlc balm to a wound prevents all po**lbtltty of festering aad Mood-poisoning, it* magic aid will  aoMhrr from reporting elck. Zasn-Ba* la fee *o!*W'a ideal first aid, bean*** Ittsajnong wooderfal healer aod la ao etNMMcfflMSVthat a UtU* of It go** a long way. ^\acK iacw *&f\ made in canada j/i ADAMS ft Pure Chewing Gum*  All ft* goodaes* cam** from rsr* herbal essences. Zam-Buk la not diluted with rancid aalnaal fat Ilk* coaunoa ointments are, and will therefor* keep for aa Indefinite period. Keep a box of Zam-Buk always handy at home. It I* equally good for ecxema, ulcers, boils, chronic *or*�, ringworm, pimples and pile*. AU draagist* aa*T More*, or Zam-Buk Co., Taroatei Mo. baa. �to* fl.ef. am Buk Sea* tali coapoa, sate of leavers*** lc..t�s*�(for lf*stsfs) to Xsss-Buk I trial fee* wti^ke seat. HOG PRODUCTION It is a matter of the greatest Importance that Canada should increase her production of BACON HOGS and other live itock as there is at present a world-wide shortage of meat Good markets for some time to come are assured. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMEECE will gladly make loans to assist tmrmmm in good standing to acquire live stock. m Lethbridge Br^udh-- & T. Brymner. M�r. r . �, -J  _ r- � ;