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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta niE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HKRALD MONDAY, APniL �, 1018 ctbbtidae Derail , letbkrlDie. Btbcrta  oailXjANo weekly * Profiictora and Pubhsnin. IK LITHBRIOQB HERALD PRINT INO'XOMPANV, LIMlTEl aSt (th ttrMt South. Lethbrldg* W. A. EuchBi in t'l-etldcnt and Mnniijtinc TMrector fha Tonanc*   UusiinManngcr TXLEPHONEt UkfncRx Office .......... (Jitortml Offic* .......... 125S Subseripticn Rate'*: tlly, �3etiv�>re(l. \>' :iial!. ppi' y^''-!" '-o ''^ D�tea ot e\i)!iT of subscript'oos i.p-:e�r dully vn adilrosj A^cn^ ince of papors ; fiK (In niofi^ t':v\n anythtnir I'l^p ti iKrtko tli'> (1 ivrrtiiiionfn ronrt twoy M lio ;\ in'>t�k�� til tmy lUnl n". tho mt'iv:!(r>r of th(� t'aMn#t nln.iyi; �;i>' alik" m rvcrv Irninirtaiit i|iir�;tiMn Ii' � t'iln:�try made up i'' llio ni"'l� P'i:;';iiciu rrmil ;!!p nl,l )>i!it:c-:�r OS If. toir.f (if ;li("vin,' t\ir t\i!i:iiiiioN oiiu r IssiiP!-- miiot uikc .1 ?oci>nilury hImcc \\'h��n poUtK'fsnn ni.i'.ii'rsi ;in ir>''''!v'-t;(pn (o Egrcr t' .-N u i.wc'iy t>i tin' f.w I thi'-* olH>�'Ht*ioM is t otisiitrrtvl tU't rriniitiona'. sin' t'orr'ot ;it:i- -.iMi' o' n"ariy 'ini v I; ti uly pi'- li \o, Sio it wnrk- o-.t thn'iieii t'.u' vi'ry riaturp of ihiiic* a IniKi nn) li.r'i'". i>:' Our p.i-.' ;i iaii-j arc K''i"*ral Iv ' "ikirn; for of il. - -tir.-- HE PROGRESS 4ttTHE WAR infantry action nr. tlip Hriti*''. |>a;tle frotit Ji;i! Ititi roiifiiu-ii to lo-flfthting In tho nPiphliorlioo^t of ii-ATfluy W' iiovtli of Albi-rt. w.-h imi chailEO i;'. tliP siluaMo;; aiiil .':i lyagements Iicwccn omntl ho.V.o^ of ! kroops �t ilifferont pnir.ts. The lio.oint� of liiis iroat an fir no,-fh as Uuc,|upy The Gerniiiiis rtn�iled by thp Freni U troop." oxcept n th^ left Iauik of tbf l),.^.' v, hcif the f'rencii irooiis forc.-'d m withdraw tu poBit.ons pri'viuusiy inrnt (ii:-. ^ : not lii, I'r.r-n'.cT\t . al if Hilt liKvInK agr- , d tii tt'iiilc Mit' i'lii.'Ti mini .! 't hard to kc,-p ;:",;t itor-d �!.r..'.-tivrcpar- MAIL INSURANCE ACT AMENDVENTS, AjiM'n'hncn, li:,vc li.-. !, :'.,.i,;o m �); -Haii JusBrar.ce Xft by ihe pn>vin"ml t vcl.v ...n;-.t r siiuui i r'Jni.'; Huilptln fli:ui(-f- .-ity .,( a ,.. cuntract c c.Maii-ni ��^ which '.i.c apuiic^i,�>;)  thf head or t.r.uich . 1 - Kf] o itiining on 1- llKU The thp ! ii a � i-T a ' .! .y .-,n r'liU.I iiy -in'! II �expire tit ttoou oa rlfp ' d.'.y .if .S�>p-'toinliir iinii'f^.s a }.t\-- d�'" i- proviiiod m till'* 'jnirat-t .-h'nrd ih.^ m.-'iirod � crop liK cat lo :.)rc the ' f .-tpiry � the !i..lj)ii;y of ti.c ..iinpany cea.^t:.-* wiiW tilt- grain i.s : Ineurajjc.' there shall appear tho name cf the Insure-, liii. iiM'iio in,- urod, the na;u�- ' tho i-'n or j>ei- . aoai to v.'huiii thi laHtirance nioney iii ' payable, ilie premium or other con idaration lor the insurance, tho rub J�ct-ma:ter of the iniurance, the max- � . tiuum amount which the insurer contracts to pay the event in the happen- ' lag of which 'parn.ent Is to be made, the term of the In.surancc and the ' name and address of the company� bead office or branch office or gen-�ral agency Ir. the province. .\ nutn bar ot foneral provinions arc ai- j added to the act which are to be applicable to companlt'-i Ir re iiti-.- ,.10: poraled by the loKisiatiire to'^m- ; .' l.iiun- I i'..ivi;iR impav.oil ;r, 1, ,1 ^�!-en(!i'l to in�' '"a; 1 y I'.a! '; \ -ec in hi Ml 1 po�.-i:h!e p:--'-'i!"r V-ij.ic '�''�1 .uiy pi'-,--onai sire ;f;;ii hi"'n'.;.y ':ia->e by it, li.' ii-naialy has -aki a 'a-ilti iir.ii a l,irf:c V.cdy nt' tlie b'-t iciienl in j i.)n tl-,0 viiio'i . l'n\..v.-r, the three I ;' w ir^r. \'.lo', ii.ive b-;iie!it mo.�t to! t!-." (Jovi iT.mon; are M. ,;.jr.-'. faiiier. | earster t.) kno-.c how it.s now ministers are 'doi'is. ;! is bat right that this should he ii.a.ic know:). Ot Messrs. ("aider, j I'rer.'i' and Siiic.ti there is a R'^ncral {aiiieenient along tlio.ic whose opinion 'is of value that Mr. ("aider has made ti.o strongest impression. His training in adniini-trativf du;.e.s has Riven a dei iilvd advantage orer most .1.' ;l:e new niino-^vs; wiiile his frank-e- -is h..-: s: '.i.i !.;ni in ^oo.l s' In :i.l.iiiioil to tiM- lie iias tiip strength tiia; comes iroin th-. realization that , carries s-.lidly with biiii the representation iiis own province. .>!r. (.rerar io;cniami- respect and conlidence, boc^ust 0; the conviction . i thai he is sin'.-jre. fliat he urderstands .,i.'!"jculturp and is a g.ioj husiai-r-s i.ia:;. Th.-.' he iIi i- io.ikeii :;[).�>�� ;.s .iirc^'jaliy i .il.'e, .iioi hus .lir--"..:' .',;,,i!e ,-. ^-ron.; ini-t:-' = *:()n on t';e H.e.^e bnt lie lacks tfip oonrtor thai ua- done .so nuich to win 'I'r Messrs. I'iibiiT .md Crerar the cinndenCf? of the new cornniunity. v.liich they have Tound at the i upluil. RURALSCeOOlA VITAL FACTOR IN LIFE OFTHE NATION J. E.'Hmlfr^on is Speaker nt Forunt-I'a�rio(ism Rnjren-derrd in Schools \Ir I K Hodi;-.on. MA., Inspector of ^c: 11, ' . w.i-i tliC sppaknr nt the Koripo \.--iei,!ay lie Introduced liis sulvie. t, � K niir IJiiral .-^chool a I'ail-ure,' by teacher cannot go beyond the public grade*, her time being so fully occupied, with the result that the pupils must be sent away from home at the age of 14 or IS, this being deplorable not only becatise this !s an age when home inflnence is needed by them. b�t also because It encourages tho unfortunate "f.-xim country to town" movement, which 1� a .serioiis problem. Also the country school is often the training ground tor ir.'^.xperipnced teacher*. Mr. Hodgson also sjKike of the dltticultles in administration by school boafds, partic-! iilarly those of the nnnrreleome type whose bickerings are highly detrimental to the interests ot the school and cunuiiuuity. Consolidation Solution Mr Hodgson thought that In those j c .iiitiiiinities where conditions were^ s;:!'ahie. the cn.naoliitited school was j a siliition f,.r .some of these difficul- , tl'- In to so sciiools Interest Is' ,,r.."sed by h largor number in at-, "1 i.'ncp, l>etter work is don? on ac-1 iiir,-. of e.uh teacher having fewer j 1 ;,i^-^es and the Ineaperlunced teacher is directed In wia� government by tie alvice of an experienced prlncl-Also arraifyements nre uiude wlierehy two gradeo ot High school -.cork be done. Tho pupil C�a thus g' this aiiioiint of High school work j tviieti living at home and it he In-1 lend.s going to the fcbool of agricul-j lurp it gives him a splendid prepara-ti. n fir tlie proper understanding of I lie work taken there. Naturally from follows a better development of til- country and an educated class can partake of natural leadership. .Mr. Hodgson closijd by remarking that there w^ere too many professional men in parliament who are not competent as leaders of a farming com-niimiiy and hoped that by better edu-r.uion the farmers would produce from among themsftlvea oapahle leaders. Mr. Hodgson's apt statements were very much appreciated by his audi-erce. There was no (Hicusslon on the nue-tiim. , Musical selection* were given t�j' .Mr. Coombs and Mr. Smith, by Mrs. Kennedy and .Mr. Bishop, and by Mlse i'fctersua. CAVALHY FIGURE : BRITISH AND FRENCH n:i.m:ii> ihom Fi'.o.vt r.\G8i CoNTiNUEO fhom Fkotit Pao�� lantly and Ktuhbornly, was compelled _ ^ 10 pull back because of the ovei- UNION GOVERNMENT whelming weight of the numbers op- It MAKING GOOD. lio.sed to them. During the afternoon "It won't last.' ' the cavalry again attacked here and "They'll be scrapping amoni!; them- J'"'''*'* fiprman.^i back Mlves before a month." somewhat, but the enemy still clung "It can't be done." to the ground and kept sending up Theie are eomo of the remarkg of ' supports, tbo wise ones among those opposed "^^^ "'*ht It was decided the cac to Union government as applied to '-'''>' should attack again the next Utt Obmblnatlon ot Liberals and Con- """"fng, April 1, They did and no aorvntlve* created last fftll before the plendld sight ha* been seen Albert* haa 9�hnstts has catered the rcoast artillery as a gunner An S.200-ton fabricated ship hull has been completed on the Pacific const ih 62 days. rro-Oerman fanners are said to be hoarding large quantities of wheat iti New York Stale. William R. Coe's mllllon-dollnr home at Oyster Ray, LI, has Veen destn^yed by fire, , -  Kvploslon has occnrred In munitions plants at 3t. Albans. Vt., and Worchesier. Mass. Five men who toasted the Kaiser have been expelled ft�m the New York Athletic dub. Mme. Storch. Thrkish beauty and high In the German spy* system. Is dead on Ellis Island. Oklahoman Indians have offered to fight as a mounted unit in the V. S. arm.v. t Senator Smoot. 6t .Utah, charges that President Mill son Is placing party, above country. . Waterproof pockets with water fight fastenings for hathing attire have been invented by tvro New York men. The cost ot the Hog Island shipyards to the r.s. government will, It Is now estimated, be |40.0O0,O00. Joseph A. Jackson, general manager ot the Roman Meal company. Toronto, died very suddenly. Mr*. Edward B. Tully, who died at her home in Midland, was one of that town's best known eitiaons. Official notice ha* been received at Chatham that Pte. Robert Emmoni has been awarded a military medal. Body ot Geo. Fra�k, an Anstrian. was tound hanging to � rafter In an old shed near tha Mdeau Canal at Ottawa. James and Stanley Wood, aged eleven and ten. were drQwned while fishing In the Thames river near Chatham. The Reid Wrecking ,-tK>o employes. No diplomas will be granted to New York High school boys who fall to undergo military training. A cigarette butt started the recent Jersey City warehouse fire, when $2.50ii,(tOO damage was done Major-Oeneral Wood will he retired from the I'.S. serviic soon. It a Washington rumor be true. A 1>�Ilows device to be attached to brooms to collect sweepings has been Invented. Five passengers clinging to tTle rear step ot an overcrowdul street car on Sherbourne street. Toronto, were in-lured during (he rush hour when they collided with a atandlng motor truck.. While having a magic lantern e�-hibitlon In their parlor the lantern ot> ploded and severely burned Kugene and Mr*. Mafchgnd and their five-, ycarold child. Juliette, ot Montreal, -Mra, R, Carswell of Winnipeg, who ivas recently awarded the Hoyal (led Cross dflroratUm. has been apponlted as matron of tho Whitmore Park hotels at Covenry. On one of the reiuminR troop trains running from St. .Tohn to MH yc.irs, died vory suddenly In Pefeihorough from heart iiii>ense. Ho was taken 111 at bis ot-' fico and walked home, dying within ft few mlnufV^s after his arrival. Cant Oeorgo T, Kichard-^on, of the j'.'nd battalion, who was killed In �c-jtion two years ago. loft. Jr.iioo to (iueen's Cnlvorslty Atliletic society for the improvcntent of the athN'lIc grounds. Rev. M, F, r>, >Voo�icm'k will continue as recfol- of .''l. .hide's church, OakvlllP. the Bishop of Niagara having rsncelled his appointment to CiUelph. rpcognirJng the wishes of his present cohgregatlon. Captain .\�n MInsrd. head of the IVitntnloni j�ollce (n ihn border cities on Friday caused mor*' ihtin five hundred married men of Windsor and vl cinity to he turnc back by officers of his force because they could not show marriage certlfloatM. It was anthorltavely alated at Ottawa that statements whieh have been made a* to the extent of restriction of ivports ot tnrtdgn good* Into i"ana tuae any other kind witk doataoill^ RAW FURS Wr*4�lra laiaNJlataly Oaa Mllhoa Fiva Ramlrod TkoMaa MaaLrat Skta* (LStCOOO). aad Fifty ThaMBad Baarar Sklaa (90,000). Wa Imva ao tiBM to la*m Price Liat*. Doa't a*k for aay. Shi* aa year Ma*kiaia. We will pay tKe very liH^fiett Harliat rrioaat Pot yoar own valaaitoa oa tiMai If yoa wirii. bat akip ta as. A tital afilpaaat will coaviao* yoa that wa an ika b�at I��y*c* o( Raw Fin te tha Waciortant aggrcffate addition to our food supply. In Montreal vegetable to the value of $100,000 were grown on vacant lots last year. Calgary had o\'er 1,100 lots under cultivation, covering an are* of 200 acres. Splendid results were achieved in other cities. There is even greater necewity for Whr gardens this year. Tremendous Interest in the movement is reported from all parts of the Dominion. Are you a member of a vacant lot organiaation ? If none exists in your community help to organixe one. Home garden and vacant lot cultivation is really needed and may truly be considered a patriotic a^rvict. Organized Efforts WUl Bes^ Results By growing your own VdfMablss you can not only perform  patriotle duty, you can also help to eotttrol the liigh cost of living. Write to your Provindal Depart' ment of Agriculture for pampnltts on sardening and any addiUOMl information. Decide here and now to have a war garden. Persuade your neighbours to do the aamei All the tools necessary � spade, rake and hoo. The cost of seeds is a trifle. Grow only standard vegetables such as potatoes, beans, peas, beets, carrots, parsnips, onions and lettuce. CANADA FOOD BOARD Chairman canada tl ;