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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE ilDOE mtLT l1RR\Ln SA1TRDAT, APRIL IS, 1W8 Mtb!>r(dae Denilb PrMriMMv Pubri��itr� fNC LKTMBfllOOK HCRALO PRINT. INtt ( or oipiry ut ubicrlptioos Ap-C�ar Jally address Ut>�l. Accept' Uic� of papers .-ftc e�plratii.n aat* to ur* JutliDr;:y lo cOht.njo the sub-scrlptlor ui' -^PICKED ui^ PAssim Geo Matter, a mercbast, ia 4��d. Ja*. rilntoft. ciiiinty. died at bMtfr T P t*a4emt Manor. MMlitoM'a of lMumiks of The :ow liay? havo bent a ?haa-p � ent ituii \he Hritisii lines between Ypre� and B�lhune. and by Uie capture v)f MervtUe laol nighJ. makes the dpptli iioag th� fAllowinf; ilnii riio^Ct!� Will be Pl-r.'iifrii fni'ii .Vlil.:-' marker- for ftv^ rears only; it the war lants an-II' ..UouM con-tmui' ton Toar* ::ffor rho 'irnaiuro of jM-gi-e, ani} so fortli. it woiihl thus he left to ri�Tinaiiy hvrsflt to decide how lonit the lioyro't on her trade would last. The weakness o siicli oomniprclal pacUism would �e bo in th.nk-Ing that r.erm.iDv i� iri-iv.>rnoil in- Crr man traders 1; lias b jioli ^ c>f Oi'-rniany are the Oarroan military adon New Age> articlt.' ably brought out, "Prussia lias cotno to regard bersalf as the predestined pioneer of the new wnrUl dviliiatinn- the clrilisatlon ot Oennaa knUnr." The threat of boycott might possibly be aaad by the Prussian militarists to stiffen the German maaaes to renew- [ n i, gj,,^ t^^t Canadtaa Nor-ed desperate resistance: otherwise ; thern err shops at Port Minn will bit tha nUtertoU who rule Oeriaaay. and ) P"' opjrntlon shorUy. A large �.n�lt any and.yery cH.e with an ^l^^, ^^'TUZ.irTo th'^ easy conaclence in the pursuit of ctv- coast immedlntaly. Tka ahops have a Ulxtng the world, would be Mkely to | capacity for ft�e cara  day. treat the boycott ultimatum nuh contempt. The Prussian milUarisis are fVghV MAN wall known at .Toronto.  r- a phwi�tr aet-futn. district to Th* Mat�Ito>a hran tor the children of soldiers. Uoben *'ry�!er. oovmty 4reMiir�r �t Norfolk county for 23 years, dtod �t Polhi. Out .V A Jat'ipai of Irlquols High sehOQi Within a Tew hourt Of the cloee of lis drive for funds In OTMter Wtnnl-pen. the K..d Cross aodety has net-tf,t sUgiitly orer t4M.OOO. Palmer Clarke. oM �g pobllaber, I* dead >le was bom nnar Owen Sound. of Prantford. the death of QUEBtC AND WOMAN SUFFRAGE. The people of Quebec hare Ideas all their own. While the Ebgltoh^peak-ing provinces ot Canada are practi-'c�IIy a unit in dectarlng in favor ot votes for women, the French-Cana. dian.i are of the opinion that the women .sliould 8iay at home and let the sen vote. It appears as if the Prench-Canadtaus ar-> uuite satisfied with the backwardness of that province and do ot can> to follow the enlighteaad toad of Western Canada. However the women ot Canada are to have the vote, and Id the opinion of the Heraia I: will lead to better conditions, cvon in Quebec. Certainly conditions there could not be much worse, the French-Canadian women, lei qs hope, will have a stitnolating effect when they leaoti to appreciate the power ot the ballot. Saakatoon business men and property owners are complaining of the Increase ot the rate ot taxation to 33.50 mills on the doltar. from 21.80 last year. It kae been atiggeated to the council that collecClona tor the deprectatlon fua*a tboald ke minded until after the war. Ing for their continued esiatence. They are not amenable to trade bar-gniniv or boycott threats. They lule In Gemnny, and they mean to have world-power or downfall So long as they survive, peace cannot apparently be won by commercial peace terms. The defeat of Prussian would seem to be the only way open . to the Allle. to restore peace to, the l cJ^^J^'^'P"--^^-^^^^ A. M. McDermott. B.8.A.. who has held the position as teacher ot agriculture at the Collegiate Institute. mlMurism i Weybum. for two years, has been ap-' pointed to a position in the provin- world, ft may posstbty be helped by revolution within Germany; and perhaps more use could be made ot the diplomatic ^rm ot the Allies In bringing the downfklk of militarism about. Threats of i�ycott and tarttf warfare after ihe war seem to be of doubt lul valne. bowcverf in hammering at the head of nuaaia. work In collegiate Instltates Herbert R Tales, c K died the day following hfia wtf�>t tedlker TtleMkpdB.hi use In rauada have b�efe ittirraMJi from one to ever l per cant, in oMMe in tha^raoitnt of land cropped in tka OtMUMhralrle district. Peace nv�r, tkla ao^. The aaktnl convention ot the Saa-katchewaa branch ot the Canadian Presa aaaociatlon will be held at Saakatoon on Mair 10 and 11. Manitoba Ofeltoge. Wli\trtp�g. conferred the dtfiau ot op. upon Rev. Jaa. 8avase,-tpaBtor of the St. A� drew'a Praafejrterlan church, Brandon T. BiKka, who has bean law officer of the attomey-geiMral's depart-meat. Racina. for the laat eight or nlna ymn. hm been appointed a maglatrat* wttk provinelal-wWe Inrto- dlCtlOB. Train terviee to anil Lake and oOiar points went of Lacombe, Alberta, will be carried out this year, and on this line wll).appear for the first tinM in the province of Atberta a train drlraa by gaaeHae-kydraulle tranamlasion. By vaing a tractor to pull water wagoas �Mi Saakatoon streets tha elty will effect a aavtag of |25 a day, according to Commissioner C. 1. To^ ath. The eomatosloner eaid that eight teams of horses were req�li�d to float the streets, costing $t9 a day. If a tractor were purchased it would do the same work for 114.93. The effect of prohibition is atrtk-Isgly illustrated in the logging camps of the'Queen Charlotte la-Isnds. where there i~ at preaeat a The workers Include, uuuide ot Anglo- THE FOLLY IN BUYING BLINDFOLDED HOW many men and wtmen In tbia community do their ahopping blindfolded f Ftmny whan yen think of it that thinking men and women twill play "Blind Man'a ButT wl(|i their m�a�r. Ton don't havs to shop blindfolded unless you want to. The Out-ot-Towa Houiea started tha Big Oame of "Blind Man's Buft." But, It'a a dangerous game for us to play la our town. It isn't  fair game. It ita't fair to ourselves. It ton't fair to our community. It isn't fair to our home mar-chant. He ia helping ua, co-operating with us, working with ua to upbuild and Improve all oar home inetltutloaa. Then, let us play fair with ourselves and with him. Let us give the home merchait the first chance. That la all he asks. Ulster is ready for conscription but does not want Haoe Rule. The south | at Ireland wanta Home Rule but no | conscription UOyd-George proposes | both and Ireland seeihes. This 1? a ftttmy old world. i A '.-cent fare on trolley ears within the limits nf Hartford. Conn., and as i very cosmopolitan population, .'art- ii> a(ti.::nlng towns now collected by 'h.' Counectiaul (trolley* Cora-pacr Instead ot the former S-c�nt fare. Is not an unreasonable rate, ac-cordlns to the Public Itllltles Commission. The city ot ^Hartford peti-UoutJ the city to compel the company to re-establish the S European countries and also in tbe United States. So the best thing tor ' those who are opposed to fast time If to fall in line with the scheme and forget tbe opposttlon. .%nd in reality, under the new plan, Lethbrldge will be nearer to sun tjbae than under the old scheme. At present we are taking our time from Broadview We are much closer to Melson where the c'.cr.ks are advanced an hour over the mountain time under which we operate, Tbe previous trouble with all at tampts at daylight saving in Canada was that they were Isolated Cities made tbe attempt but as the railways ckald not change their time unless all caaaiad it waa neceasM? to have two dIKarant time pieces to keep track of koura. This difficulty has bean ifpyiO and we expect the change to kf ballad wltb gladaess 4mt OOMMCReiAL. tb aptta of tha experience ot the VbHs ecoaomle coa(arence in seeking ' til waakaa tha enemy in planning war m OAnssa trad* aftar the present \ tkara ara still paopla who think ; the war can be shortened by such aaya the OtUwa Cl-fJaaactolly and iaXIroat Brltala. the Unit- ds tka Ontral Fewart. deal Um war lata There's a lot of talk now about the long range gtm being' manufactured in PhUadelphla that will shoot lOS miles. If it should happen to spot the^ Kaiser it would be worth the trouble of making It. Otharwiae it isn't likely to accomplish much mort than the German scare |un. LIMIT POWER OF THE POLICEMEN in reataurants and �Uch places at night Is indicated by an amendment of. the factories act which has bcnn reported for third reading. This amendment which Premier the King, who was passing and stop-' enjoying the privileges of the mora- ped lor a word with tbe broken lad.: ''""'^ ""'^ \* deprived of the ' , , , ,, , 1 , advantages they enjoyed under it. His Majesty put it there with alac y^^^ ^Hic^ a. amended was later rlty and rejoiced at tUe greeting. Can : read a third time, and parsed extends anyone imagine the horror, the ssger relief to all men and women engaged which would selie the German oWi-'active service either on behalf of ___, . ... i Canada, the Imperial government or �ara U a Oarman private dared to y,^ j^,,^. two year, after the dec-speak to Ma sovereign In so casual | laratioa of peace, a manner? Flagrant les majeste at that sort would. not be tolerated, says the Toronto News. IS OeCORATSO At the same time the act for the relief of mortgagors and purchasers waa also passed. Tbe amendment whirb was moved by H. J. Montgomery oti Weiaskiwin reads. *the provisions ot Stewart slate- apiiliea to resUurantg ' this act do not affect the rights ot any reade, "No woman, except by special I person previously enjoying protection permission of uti inspector In writing, , . 1* /^....^ I''bm actions under the provisions of shall be employed in any factory, abop, . . o. h . �L tiJ^'^^ this act herein, amended for a period office, or office building between the tain BtanlnRosevear of Port A^^^ ,, months'from the dale of the hours of ten o'clock in ths evening, hHH brought �iown his O*". | ps,i,g of this act. except as to i and eight o'clock of the following day." TLr^?^ T"I,.n^..!^ ^�rlt- l>��>lllty tor taxes of*any de�crlptlon ' Tsx on Pow.r Companlea rr^A h�,.h?^^^^ By an amendment of Hon J R., Kvery company or corporation which ^:^ll2.VS:t.T^':^''X,^TJ'. Boyle stay of proce^Hnfa were al.orarrles on business.wholly or.partly extended to six months after the pass-1 ing ot the act. three maokines on one day and two each on two consecutive days. In S%f**^*"German**ntone.^ iJT'w.t! Mr. Ewing referring to the mort-1 corporitlon and the main object ;�:ntiV Xot\T?^'rl:ut.n:,r:^;�^^^^^^^^^ ssM'Vd*ii? rubT Captain and has been i..rH,nttllr con-P^"'' double In a city, or town of a population ex ceedtng 15,000 other tkaa a municipal of gratulated by the admiralty. HUN OFFENSIVE IN PALESTINE l.oudoii, April 12.-The Tur kish and German fok*�JAfeeia(dowB|asU7. Thay war*|assrttr ot s east par 1.000 o�M� fMt PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and 8th street S. Rev. Capt A. H. Denoon, Paster Rev. W. P. Burns. Acting Pnster. Regutor vervtces at 11 a.m and 7.30 p.m. 10 a.m.: Doys Department. 1*30 a.m. niir ^listers' Rible Class. 2.30 p.m.: Big Brothers' liible Class. t.OO p.m : Other Departments of Bun-day School I p.m.: Chinese Class. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETH BRIDGE R�v. e. J. Hedglns, B.A.. Paater 1>71 Sth Ave. N. Phone 1B59 10 a.m.: Junior Glaso Meeting. 10 a.m.: Boys' Department of the Sun day School. 11 a.m.: Morning Service; A Chalk Talk. "Evil Habit and Its Cure." 2.00 p.m-: Beginners and Primary nepts. ot the Sunday School In the Chiircb Hall. 2.00 p.m.: Oirls' Dept. of the Sunday* School in the Church. I.iri pm.: Adult Dept. of the Sunday School in the Church. Ilev. Mr. Cragg will speak. 7.30 p.m.: Tha Oirls and Ladies who attended tha Conference at Cglgnry will, with the pastor, have chargn of Uie service. METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. Chas. E. CrapB, B- D.. Paster. Residence 320 11th St. 8. Phonts: Parsonage 404, Church Study 40S Claude Hughes, Musical Director 11 iim.: Morning Worship: Subject. "God Our Hope and Help." Vi n'M>n: Rlbio School and Bible ClaHseg. 7.:!0 p.m.: Bvcning Service, A Hpeclal ��rvlce for the- iloy Scouts and tl�o Camp Plrc Girls. SALVATION ARMY Adj. and IMrs. Hamilton, offlears In ahar�o. Sunday, U a.m., 3 and 7.30 p.m. -Sunday School, 2 p.m. Monday, Thursday, Saturday. 8 p.m. Tuesday, 7.80 p.m.. Corp Cadets. Wednesday, 2 p.m.. Home LangLe. ) p.m.: Life Saving Scouts and Guards, rhc Citadel Band In attendances, Sunday and Thursday Services Evsrybody Welcema 'aSSOCIATEO BIBLE STUOCNriT Room 12, Staffcird Block Sunday, 7.30 p.m : Bible Study on the Book flQifrlutioii Wadadsdsy, �; HlWe fUsdy �� ' '^ha AtenemeiA Bstween ied add Man," followed by prayer and testi many meetias. a iss�s rroa. Ne Callaatlen. CHRIST ADELPHIANS lisftt In th* Moose Hall, HiBlnbetham leoit. Entrance Ath St. and 2nd Avanuo South Wedoesdays: 8 p.m., Bible Class. Hundays at 10 a.m, to eommemorats the Lord's Death, bad at 7.30 p.m. to proclaim the glad tldinge of ths Kingdom of God. Subject: "The World's Crisis In the Light of P.ophecy." All tJcats Fret rJo Collseiton PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL AS8BMMLV S, O. E. HsII. next. Y. M. C. A. Rev. C. M. Nsv^, Pastor Rss. 357 11th St. N. Hear Rvnngellst J, R. Scott, of Los Angeles, toll the story ot his life, part two, at the Pentecostal Mission, (next Y. M. c. A.) on Sunday evening at 7.10. Evsrybody Wsleems ANGUCAN St Cyprfsam Cfcarch Car. iltn Street and Sth Ava. aMk. Rev. Canon W. V. McMillan. AA, Neater Matln�-li a. m. BunSay cbaal en J Bible Claaaes, s B\'GNSONO 7.30 Holy Cemmunlei�-1st aa< tli Ba* aays at 8.00; lad aad 4th Siwdays at 11 a.m. Baptlam-4tb Sundays at 4 ��. BAPTIST First Bsptlst Chnrek Car. Srd Ave. and 0th tt lb Mev. C< Baker. Patter Services 11 a.m. and 7.20 p.m. Morning Service in ths Intsrasts ot young people. "Hew to �aat DatSr-mine the Needa ef Vaung tifa.'' Illustrated. P.M. Subject: "Baaktoi'a Crawnlni Vis-Ion and Chrletianlty'a uprams Mia- alon." Sunday School at II SJB. Sunday Evening Prayer MaatlSg St 7.00 p.m. downstalra. Tbe pastor will vraa^. All Ara Walsama ChriatlBR Church Car. 3rd Ave. and Sth St. S. Oliver L. Curtis, Pastor Connaught Mansions Tlis Bunday Mohnol at 10.SO awt avenr . member prvacut on time. The Pagans will be here to begin tbe pieeting. Mr. Pagan will preach in the iiiornlns lind also Mrs. Pagan wlU stoig a tolo. The C. O. of tha United Ohureb, North Lathbrtdsa. will west wltli tha C. B. ot tbe Chriatlan Chiuak. Tka pub* lie cordially invited. CHRISTIAN 8CIINCB CHRISTIAN BOIINOK OWITV Hull Waak. ?th strsal % Sunday tarvlsa at 11 am Subject: "Ara Bin, Olasasa snS Qsslh HaalT" Sunday Bohool aosvanos altar tha morning aervioe. WadbiaaSsy BMmMs. TeslllssBir SMM^ log St  PJB. na raadlat room is ^� daO/ ss-eaM UMilara a�d lefal Bmsm. ttom I to8 #mrHera. tha BiUs sa4 SBthor pshlSli eardtatly isfttsi ts tand tha ohSfsh osrvMMb slOB ! visit tha ;