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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR *�mmmmmmm THIS LRTHBrtlDGB 3A1LY - IIBRALD WEDNESDAY. APBH- X 101* Sb: j %etb*vfoy., Hibcrta J � OAILY ANJ WEEKLY Proprietor* and Putdis'uri. fH� LETHBRIDGE HEKALO PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED ftl 6*h Street South. Lethbrldge W. A. Buchai.an President and-Managm*. Director fokn Tonance  - Busint** Manager TILFPHONE8 Putlnes* Older .......... Editorial Office .......... 1252 Subscription B�u>. Pally, delivered, yer week . Daily, delivered, per y.--,r Daiiy. by mall, r-)r ynr . . Weekly, by mail, per year Weekly by mail, per vpar to U.S. IS.00 10 .15 00 . It 00 II 50 ; Imports 1 Year Export* t� from i VW Canada Canada January ..... ,| rts.tlS.rwis |is.�Kt>.i'::S I", 'ir-.i iry . ;!?.�*.',;::> n.niT.i'B Mi'.:-. 11 ....... . 4.;.ii l."> ,">i�"..lt'2 A::!! ........ . 4i4.i"'i:: ir..:>K!..-!�s \,i'v ......... . 4�V'..-.:..:.TJ 19.!�:';(, 720 June ........ . 51.1-..'.4:,T 1S.SS9.M9 July ......... . 19 in.:�:�;> 19.109.nOS A.o.uM ..... . f.n.s 2�'..si4.': in : ii,n',� ,b.T ... . co.�M.;�''.> .'o.7.".:'...%..! 1917-- .1 an nary ..... . Ml .951 37s '.'1.979.490 February .... . f>3.S41.C>:U r.'.;$n it.�">.' March ....... . 77..'04 i2.79tJ.S99 1 April ........ . 7.\r.-!�.i.M 27.7:14^47. ! M.iy ......... fOV.1V.. 4t.2W.2'il . .7:1 no ........ . '.4^: ! July ........ . M.iHy.l.i:'. 17.3 (0 i August .....  S4.4Sl.litt | September .. :'>7,1S7.071 1 October .... . �4.."M.".77 39.242.1'. 2 N'.-\ember . . . :r.' 4'.! 22 .-.nr. De.-pmber .. . I01.7c7.2r,;. ?�.2;i2,3>-,4 191*- , 1 January .... . fo.3 ;f.;'4i 2�.127,0."7 PEOPLE MUST CONTRIBUTE TO ..f contu c o:i ->. grows 1,-fi Dates of expiry of subscriptions *p-1 tear daily on address l.itel Acceptance of pap.t� ; fU ,'i.t.irati. n tate Is our authority t.� continue i'.iv subscription THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The situation .in the lit.'le changed today. Amiens, 'he vi'.il pi.in: between the allied arm each' dny. and the allies grow m >:o confident aa time goes or and th  Germans fa:i in their further a;-.:;i;.--. that 'his city ami its Important railway conttet tlons will he .-:i. >,--.-- n;iy defended against the German offensive.. Strong attacks were repulsed by both the Kreni-h and British last nijrht, at one or ;wo point*. A village �was recaptured by the Briiisli sou h-oaa: f>f Arras. On most ol the fronts I ho ufBht wa* comparatively (juiet -- Th" .n�e*tlrin of exchange rate* now nnii afier the war m:!1 7ut imp.Ttjnt proMems affp.'t-in� v. trade. .i'.d it i? well for Can-adian* to stTidy it. * V JRj&SSfJVG *on THB Bvsy MAN THE IMPORTANCE OF THE DAILY NEWSPAPER. rp.ip'.e in Canada h:tvr come to take i>..'!r daily new.�paper a. done fo i .!":?!�! l.-r :i;"-r i iila-.iy. :p|ei !i.>:ie. telegraph. mail ii >tv!ce and otiier thlnts-i which in!":' into their daily life as a matter of r.iurse. It if therefore (ileusiriK to 1 daily newspapers wH�-n a man in tiie position of I'omn.issioner l'rlnsle. proprialion for 'he enfiimission o' eiuiulry nt-w*prlnt costs, t.ikes occasion to WESTERN PRODUCERS QUITE SATISFIED. .Says the London Advertiser, onp of thp few daily newspapers which supported the Laurier-l.iberals during the general election campaign: The Uethbridge Herald asks. "Has union government done you any harm, .Mr. rroducor"" This ia probably as far as it carea to -delve into the question. It might have continued. Had union government done you any good. Mr. Producer or Mr. Consumer? Rut the answer want�d to the first o,ue=t'.on would have been forthcomlns, also for the second, and that would been embarrassing. The question asked by the Herald is an indictment. In- effect, it charges the dominion tlovernment with failing to do anything which ia of benefit, and announces that the most thut. can be claimed for it Is that it he- done nothing which haa harmed the producer Tho question which, if answered tru;!::uily. might serve to throw soma liyht or, the situation is: Has the I'uion tJ.r.-err.ment .lone ar.vthing good which a Liberal cvemment �ou)d not have done, tiiiy as promptly, and has it tint Jaf' undone much that a Liberal p.vcrm. ,-n' would have done for the presen* and future welfare of Canada? Cor the Advertiser'-. benefit the Herald wiii say that the question waa Asylum Chart)** On the vote for the hospital for tk� Insane at l'onoka. Andrew Gllmoitr directed attention to the case of a man's estate being exhausted through maintenance charges in the Institution. Hon. A .). MrI.ean replied that he nr five year* before It waa available for civilians. Mr Mitchell said thle Would be a niafer of arrangement with the Dominion authorities. Otherwise he did not see how tltey could make an ap-a temporary Inst it u-lnto Con as the building that would be used tor the soldiers would eventually revert to the p-ovinca. Dr. Stanley expressed himself In favor of small tubercular hospitals throughout the length and breadth of the province, and he did not think the government should COntmtt itself to the idea of a large central institution Mr. Hoadley asked had the province government com* to any conclusion as to the site of the Institution. lion G P. Smith replied that he had come to no conclusion as to where Winnipeg tax rat* will be 21 mill*. Rev. Jam** Thorn, v Toronto, died In hi* 84th year. A pioneer of Raleigh Township. Peter Jamea Jenner. I* dead, aged etghtr-fonr year*. Essex Connty will contribute I4W00 per month to the National Patriotic Fund. Windsor manufacturer* have formed a Co-operative Agricultural Association, aiming to cultivate rwtVacre*. Fire, which Is believed to have orig- Aa epidemic of emallpot I* feared at SMIt 81*. Mart*. Brand took another Jnmp In price at Okatham, and is now it cent*. Approximately thirty �hlp* of 5000 tons each will be obtained front the Japanese government. The deal Involves no change in ownership hut .give* th� (7nlted States the use of the tonnage durlug the war at apeclfletl rates. | Tho supreme noitrt of Cant.da has decided that tho t'nton Natural Ua� company hKt the right to �el! gas to the Dominion Sucar -ompany despite an agreemeflt that tho Chntham Qaa company, Oh*;8am, sells gas in that city. A. Bell-Walker of Vancouver has awarded the Victoria Cross. lowing an operation. old. He was M yonra Capt. R. H. Roberaon of Vancouver is been promoted to the rank r. The publication of newspapers is a matter of public coniern. To a great extent the press of the country is public property, and if tomorrow morning the people of Canada found their daily paper would be wiped out there would be. to us* a common expression, a howl throughout the Dominion from th* Atlantic to th* Pacific. Imagine what stale of mind the people of Lethbridge and district the institution shoot* located. He would have been in during the past! himself had thought seriously along Inated from a spark from a passing hut bill to abolish hereditary titles tin locomotive, completely destroyed the j til a later session. Royal Exchange building at Newbury. 1 Miss Phyllle NelUon-Terry. tho Ilappnella .Tohsnna Aggie, ft hoL stoln in Mte aorvleo of California at the Napa State Hippodrome, has broken .tho world's record for milk pro-o'jf.t-dpotlon lu thirty days H�>r record I win* :'.7I>4 pounds or D'!�? quarter* in a month. The previous high figure for Louis Uvvere will spend the next t,l,r,y Kl�ld *,oo�. Defaulters apprehended now number 41*8. William J. Smith, of Smith. Con and war fund*. also for wearing decorations and gold rm occupy their farm. The Grand Trunk Pacific is suing tha city of Edmonton for a reduction Clarice, who for many yecrs engaged of assessment In some of Its property tn thp undertaking business at Lon-, from 12000 to $332. don. is dead. There I* a big possibility that the British-American hotel building. Kingston, will be taken over by the Salvation Army and used as a hotel for returning soldiers. braid nlgnlfyiiiK that he wounded had been fortnight, during which the Herman spring drive was being pressed with all its fury, had not the Herald with its leased wire connections been available to give the news. As it was the most unfounded rumors .pained circulation, and were only kept from spreading farther wh.ii the lier-have aid was called fur confirmation We think-at any rate we hopf-- that the people of lethbridge and district appreciate the Herald'* eftor's to keep the public in close touch with the news day by day. The Herald considers flia In so doing it Is doing a public service of great importance. The cost of maintaining the ve-y complete telt'graph'.e news service at such times as these i� very heavy, heavier in fact than most people imagine, and wp do nnt feel in any way that we are asking tor charity when the lines suggested by the member for High Kiver. that one large institution would not cover the needs^t the province. As well as several small institutions placed throughout the province. Medical opinion, explained the minister, did not fteem to be very clearly defined on the location of the Institution and from a letter received from Sir James Lougheed it did not appear the Dominion governmeat had any defined plan regarding the Kananaskis Site. Jail at Ltthbrldg* Replying to Mrs. McKinney who tn-quir.-d :f the province derived any rev-emi" from the public institutions, Hon. A. McLean sail that tho Jail at Leth-bridce was practically self supporting Las: year over Jlio.OOO had been raised there by the produce of the farm. In connection with the vote for the department of edu-ation. Hon. J It li'iyie mentioned that it was the Intention in 197 4 to found a faculty of ed-u i'ion In the Cr.lverslty of 'Alberta for the benefit of first class teachers, and he intlmatm! that the matter had The prime minister has received a telegram front Sir Thomas White stating that the hoalth of Sir Tboma* is improving and that his holiday la doing him good. Mrs. Andrew Altken, Paris. Ont., died Monday in the Toronto General Hospital, following an operation. She wa* one of the oldest and most highly esteemed residents of Paris The order-ln-connell which for the present, restrict* coal orders of citizens to seventy per cent of their normal supply for nest winter, will not apply to customers who use six tons or under. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sahkmtar ar* re. joicing.over th* arrival ot a baby girl - at their home. A rather peculiar Incident occurred Mr. Ones* Chambers and family on the south bound C.N.K. train from moved from Mr. R. W. Orlfflth'* noma _ I Toronto one ovonlnp; recently when to their own place on Monday last. Delegate* to conventions in Alberta ono ot passengers. In yawning. ; Mr. and Mr*. DowwrtMi of Btsl. oltlee man now pay fuU fare insteud dislocated her Jaw. and found It tm i kom are spending a few day* at th� of the fare and a third which has been poaslblo to close her mouth The train ; home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Greene, the custoniRry rate. hoi,l Richmond Hill sta- , Uov. R, W. Griffiths and family re. _ ' tion. Ont.. till tho doctor was sum-) turned last Tuesday from New Days Pte. George Harman. of the Can w degrees garsoll, and Second Flight Lieutenant *'or� conferred ujm�h L. t;. Albright. P. Messenger, of England, were ser- "-A-; W. n population -anv- , When a school district was report-tab campaign cry of our opposition where in North America, can boast ' pJ t:,osc'1 bet ?use of,lack �f .^nd8 a� ._, . , ... ... inspector made an investigation, and friends ha* not come true. The pro- a dailv newso.mer which irive* the ,f h a' U '. Pa. Mr. rteeserlan airplane accident liBogland on North Day. tiled in Pittsbnrg last Saturday (ol-1 April I WRIGHTS For Your-Soldier! Big Interests, and that the producer* seems to be the lot of a newspaper of the westem_prairies would soon The Herald has no hesitation in The pro- a daily newspaper which gives . ucers have not only not been done splendid news service furnished by mcnt hud been tn the habit ot lending -ony harm but rather they find that the. Herald, at the sam* time bulldlng-j money to keep the school going. benefitting ; up the distmet by keeping it* advan-I "the department could not Induce 1 nion tioteminent i* ... uot.u.ui uv mo uieinci i>y KetspiuK us auvan- . ^ them. They now have free sheep : lages before the world a. the Herald i Vln^.^mcta'SSLtea"^ " snd cattle and' a reduction on tractor does through its corps ot local re- j On Indlsn Reserve duties, and better than all they have porter* and district correspondents s government that is not afraid to . . -_____________ act in the best Interest of the country regardless of any interests. The hondon Advertiser has greatly strain- An Ontario farmer mortgaged Mrs MrKinnoy called the attention | of the minister of education to there hi* 1 being absolutely no provision made for the education ot children of fam farm for $8,000 to buy booie before \Drii 1st Well there'* nothln* new il|PS e"Hdi>y delicate In : CANAOA'k TRADE WITH THE. UNITED STATE8. Tn those who have not studied the and we hope It is emulated by prl- Bltuetion, the placing of embargoes j.vato cltlsans In Lethbridge. on Canadian Imports from the United j -� � � .States seems Incomprehensible. Tho fact that the rat* of exchange between ; home to tbe people of Lethbridge the approaching the Dominion and the '.____-......-� other minister* declured h* would support the education In taking any steps necessary to make the minister of the inf rfcr reallza hit obligation in regard to these people. Mrs. McKinney urged that th* pre* sure on the Dominion Government would be continued. 'Mr Boyle said 11 would .Canada and the United 8Ute*Hs need if stilt greater �acTl�lces to to I per cent, against us convey* little help in winning the war. Her warn-: moaning to many people. But to tell : ing |( timely, it is given from tho lul-toam that Canada 1* buying annually ' ne provided by tu* government and the remainder by *hlpb*Jild*rs in exchange tor Amarloaa) Itaaj- Vice Admiral William L Grant of the British naval forces of the West Indian station has taken up his headquarters in Washington a* laison officer of the British embassy. Col. Sam Sharpe. commander of tha Central Ontario battalion and member for North Ontario, has suffered11 a nervous breakdown, and I* in a hospital in England. His condition Is not serious. Rev. D. A. Armstrong, who ha* been pastor of th* Congregational church at Paris*Ont., for four years, has received a unanimous call to the Second Congregational church at Ottawa. He can_ to Paris from Frome. The Berlon Vorwerts says that when the war is over If Germany la victorious her role must be one ot peacefulnes* towards ber neighboring nation*. The British Food Controller ha* Issued an order prohibiting the us* of oatmeal, oatflour, rolled - oats or flaked oats for any purpose except (or human food. Somebody haa said that likely the suggestion came from Scotland. Mary Curtis Smith shot and killed her husband, John Henry Smith, while he wa* deeping. The *cene ot tha murder was at their farm five miles northwest of Lorebtfrn, Soak. It Is said that the woman waa insane at the time. The vacancy in the rectorship ot St. Oeorge* Anglican church, Guelpb, Ont., caused by t .e resignation ot Rev. Archdeacon Davidson, who has accepted a call to Regina. haa been filled by the appointment of Rev. HTF.D. Wood cook, M.A., rector of St. Jude'a church, Oakrille. Toronto* estimated expenditures for the year 1918 amount to $t*,04�,-6f.ll, compared with the actual expenditures of flK,tt27,740 In 1917, an Increase of 29 per cent., according to the annual budget of Thomas Brad shaw, city treasurer. At Parry Sound, Ont, on October 18, little twoMuid-*-halJ>ye*rurhi^^r|tko�t finding any trace of her, A tfoodbouod Tot-lowed a scent, but the scent was lost. , Now the body ha* been, found as now diaaaneared. Bless the giti! She never forgets to keep me well stocked with WRIGLEYS ;