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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBBIDGg Ectbbri&ae t>eratfc XctbbriD^:, flikxrta ^ DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor* and Publisher*. ^THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LI Mi TEC S23 6th Street South. Lethbridge W. A. Suchar.an President and Managing Director fohn Tortancc - - Business Manager Business Editorial TELEPHONES Office .......... Ollice .......... 1262 1224 Dally, Dally, Dam. Subscription Rates: delivered, per week ., delivered, per year . by mail, per year . .10 .J5.00 .$4.00 Weekly; by mall, per year .....$1.50 Weekly, by mail, per year to TJ.S.. $2.00 Dates of expiry of subscriptions appear daily on address label. Accept-�ace of papers : ftc expiration worth of Liberty bonds changed hands in one day on the N.Y. Stock Exchange. The International Mercantile Marine made little more than half us much profit in 1917 as in 1916 . THEWOfiLl>S Rev. R. C. Blagrave, D.D., has been appointed rector of St. Mark's' church; Parkdale, Toronto. giving unnecessary advice to the far- aity Dy generous contributions to the mers of Southern Alberta. It has been ! Patriotic, Red Croja and Belgian said that farmers get too much news-i Relief Funds. The' total contribu-. , . . ,. . . 1 tions from Indian bands now aggve-paper advice, and are inclined to re- �, ga�s qver $20000 t sent it. But we would like to sound a i Qacerve Fuller Franchise. note of warning just now when spring j U..S. Senator Gallinger, Republican Senate leader, received congratulations upon his eighty-first birthday. He was born ia Cornwall, Ont... in 1837. work is being done, urging that seeding operations this spring be especially thorough. The reason is that, in Communities within a hundred-mile radius of Seattle have asked that city to clear out' the I.W.W., who. they The splendid war record of the i claim, are organizing - sabotage from Indians of Canada entires them t� j that ^entre . , more generous treatment by i Government, in the way of enfran- chisement. Under the present law the stress for greater production there aa iadian cannot take out full sitl-may be a tendency to do slipshod | zenship papers In less than six years work. If ever there wa carelessness in land preparation, and in the selection and preparation of seed, should be, .avoided.: it i3 how- Rev. H. H.. Wahl, who fr>r the past two vears has been the student pastor of St Paul's English Lutheran C. B. L. Jaryls, fire insurance man and one of the best known adjusters in Eastern Canada, died at St. John, NT.' B. Brigadier-General J. L. Biggar, Quartermaster-General of the Headquarters Staff, has been made a major-general. Smart young ladies have replaced Japanese elevator boys in the Hotel Vaucouvex.and are very attractive in their new uniforms. Cleveland has adopted daylight saving continuously for four years, the clocks not having been- set back since 1914. New York "Uplift" workers are urging Albany to prohibit the employment ot girls under the age of 21 as street car conductors. Jess learnings, farmer, of Waterloo. Pa., committed suicide because he is said to have told friends he would be unable to purchase a Liberty bond during the next campaign The: Brookville Carpenters' Union Send Free: TOal Box Every person who cuts out this advertisement and sends it with lc. stamp (for postage) to The Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, will receive a free trial ��� box el Zam-Buk-..,. , ,__and that, while there -was heavy ii ii-rl I f nan 11-111 r\a rha tlrna m r* 1 ' . dians" from guardianship and make them conduct their own affairs. The granting of authority to enfranchise whole bands of Indians is sugfeated. Growing Industrial Independence. Canada's Indian population now totals 109,204, including 3,29� Eskimos. Their progress towards Indus- ig under contract to turn out twelve trial independence is shown~by the trawlers tor the French Government -  1 before the close of navigation. James M. Smith has arrived in Fort William to take charge of the shipbuilding end of the plant of the Canadian/Car and Foundry Company, which Under contract to turn out twelve as he will. then, will be the time for the allies to fight the hardest. The tinsts-for any possible diplomatic peace fa gone beyond recall. WHERE LETHBRIDGE I* LOSING MONEY. / ..^ The other day S. S. Dunham made the suggestion that a local building and loan association might be organised here to help overcome, in a measure, the dearth of house accommodation in the city. V.'e do not know {hat much has ever been attempted in this direction in Western Canadian Cities. Bui in cities in older established districts in the east, we know that tnauy oi these concerns have done good work in helping make cities of homes in the places where they are published. '; The business men of Lethbridge j thould he interested in any scheme : put forward to provide something bet- f St. Eatt, CALGARY ... ^ I Its second reading. It is said he was �OciaOon or otherwise, to overcome the ^i^pp^te^ wnen tUe yeaa ftnd nay8 serious situation Lethbridge's pros-' parity ha* brought about, it will be fjjoney hi their pockets to get behind (he project. He was WHY THE RESIGNATION OF COMMISSIONER O'CONNOR? \ Newspapers supporting Union Government are not taking kindly to the resignation of W. F. O'Connor, cost of living commissioner who exposed the packing house profiteers and others. They demand the "inside story" and t^e House of Commons will dc well to ape that 1^1* forthcoming. The Cat-fary Herald wants to know. Sc. does t�e palfary lAlbertan. We would all Uke to know whether pressure had keen brought to bear, and' whether