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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PMnnm THE, LRTHinilDOB DAILY RRRAIO MONDAY, APRIL 15. IMi %?tbWb,}? t>eral^ Mb�r�>ji;. Bll>crta P' DAILY ANU WKKKUV t - � _ Pr�arttter� and PubMt!i9i� fMI LKTHaRIDQt HmRALD PRINT-INO COMPANY, LIMITCr Its ttli strati South. Lcthbrldg* W. A. Buchanan PrMldent and Mannrinc rurecfur 99km Tonanc*  - Builntra Managtr TSLEPHONE9 Builoeaf Office .......... fiditorial Otiic* .......... I!S2 1214 ttibteriptlon Ratnti DatlT. tclivtieil. vtr we�K ..... 10 Dally. ilt'livoroJ, jicr yoar .. ..?S00 D.iliN. by miiil r t yea.- ......|4 OO Weekly, l.y fmil, y.er year .....$1.50 Weekly l)y m;til. per ysar to r.8..|2 *) D.itPi ot eip'ry of nubgcrlptmns i�> pear daily on adlreiis label. Accept-oe� of papiTt 1 fU' cxplrativ-ti aat� ta our suUioriiv t.) oiuuiuue Iha sub-scilptlon. THE PROGRCSa OF THE WAR. The Bumni.iry of operations over Uie weekend on '.he ilrltish-nelnlan front sliowg the Hriiish clinging to the Tital polntj" tha! are galpways lo the channel ports. The Oerraans hate been fighting Ueapera'.ely to fhruat their armlet into Ballieul and to take poaaetaiott of the Ballieul-Haiebrouck railway, but thus far wUhout succejt. The fighting is being condVted alone a front between t.ab3ii�ee and Yprea,  diatance of about 20 milea. In between Annenflera and Vprea, a diatance of only 10 miles, tbe Uer-mana have driven a sharp wedge into th* Brltlah lliiea In an effort to r�ach Vo,�^Typltr sauadrons HM�brcuck and penetrate throogh to Aire, aiB important railway centre. Tbua far (bey br.Te readied only a* far as Neuve Kgliae, a point which hat been tuken auJ retaken several timet but which ih� British were holding on Sumimy  rnnatei^attaek. The aerlousneaa of the altuatlon la realised w2jen it is pointed out that Razebrouck, Air* and other polnta I tion raited by th^ Saturday dlspntc^h-a. Esprrta are ot tha opinion that tha Qerman high naac flaet will stay holed mi until Iter the war. Tha Oermana hare (lona rery little to add fo the strength of thotr h.\tile fleot "ilnce the war bp;an, inai't of tholr att.'ntion hav^nc heoa tiirnca to the dpvplopment of the snbroarlne ^s tha only W'Apon av�llah;i" in brf.il-. Itrl-t.nins sea grip. But there arw m.iny whn hcllove that Germany is renily to s",r,;o her all on tha ontcome of tho wsr this summer. The rarkles^ ahaniton with which the enemy Is fhro\r;r.s ni.-\�*ed troops at strategic pitn.� o:i tiic v (��t front Indicates Miiji Why tlion, slitMild not aa aiti>nn'i inaip at sen? If the Hr';tl!>h .\i'il-.l f;li^ could be docimatp.l by n gniM t;orn;�u flit; were Tlrtually wipc.l mu, the (�,rrin..ii.-' mak.ng henlwnv evrr. -.w ;> cri-.i' iusU probably the hlch se.is f:tvt michl also rouke headway ^y throwing its full weight into the b.ittie Some few belifve aj�n that the notable falllng-oft in suhi; arina sinkings (luring the pas; c >;;;\'i' .f v.-w k.-. t; I! cates iTcp.Hratlo:;.' '.ov ,i na\ai -.iilvt* with ail forces a8?e;u'olcil for t!',o ;it-.cmpt. Whatever may b" ;hr Intoiition of the high commj.iil i>f the t'.erni.in navy, the .\Ilies loo'r. with confidence on tbe outcome o. ;,ny naval clmh which may be predpltatrd Tho British and Allied t'.eets have an i-.or-mons i^perlorlty on tbe :ieai, and the Allied naval leaders would like in thing better than a c.'ianoe for a finish '^PICKED UP IN * PASSING SHALL WE EAT HORSE MEATT With millions of the world's pro- ; duiors in the iUhtln.:: linea today, the po.^sibi.ity of famlnt It not so remote at we hare in Western Canada, the granary of tha Empire, may readily bellava. However tha possibilities of the future heve caused many nearby form the nuU keys to Calalt. � "b'titutes for the regular diet, to be nd other channel ports. Once in horsemeat. Aire the Germans would have a small ' broaching the tubject to a aactloa of the British army backed ^\'e�teni Canadian ha throws up hla up against the coast fighting for its hands in holy horror. But in rtality life and to protect Calais from cap- o�� the cleanest of lure. On the other hand, the Ger- domeatic animals It is less subject mans have driven sucli a sharp sal- i monay that we :^i)end at hema.- Newsprint men wty they sra thraatans'I wfth a atrlko aniaaa thoy raita wages. Mr. J. B. McColl of tha well known oil firm of Mci;oM Brot,, died in Toronto. Jaan Nicholaon. axad 3 yaart, waa run over and Injurnd by a milk wagon on the road in Moote Jnw. I^rga Induitriftt users of caa In Weatern Ontario wilt likely be obliged to u�a other fuel after July i. More than two million dollars was paid In 19Mn7 In cuatonia duties on farm implement*. Hon. Everett Colby. Unltad Statea tood admlmiatrAtor, will nddrosa a public neetlnR in Hamilton on gwat- er food proiiurtlon. Toronto will memorialize Sir Kob-> ert B�)rden, esking for the ralnttate-nent of (\>st of Liiving iV}mmlBtloner O'Connor. Ueut.-Col. Nool Marshall of Toron to, brought a chenue for ISOO.ViO from the v^merlcan Rod Crota aa a gift tg tho Canadian fund. Winnipeg tisharmen demand an tu ctoati! In prices paid tham hy (he Government or threaten not to produce Uielr winter'a catch. Joseph, Scott, a young farmer In Ontario, was instantly kUled on tbe nioomfleld croatlng of the O. T. R. west ot Chatham. During the psat three montlu, H.-182 vql(int��re have joined tha Canadian forceni, and In January and February 17,428 men ware drattad. At a spqctacnlar tire In Toronto 200,000 gallons of lubricating oil in the Galons Sittnal Gat Co. plant wore destroyed, at a loss In escets of $100,- 000. ' Tho Canadian Palfpurchatlns Cora-mlanlon haa In trantit for distribution in tsaatem CBnoriB| and niitiag a 4a tho tirst conttncant tnoa oC KtofltlO* Md im-mediate dIsUlct oB tvHougll. Kfticiant tire drill got tho cHlldran out o( lildgatowji ichool whan a Tiro aurtad In the huomoBt Md quickly did iB.ooo damtsa- Joe Creaa. the much wastod Ani-^ trlan Jail bregktr. efMped for tbf third time from tha polloa while an route from Now Uakoard to North Bay. Major Albert' Vi�tor 8. Nordholmer was reported klllod In tho protent offensive, and hli oomin, Roy B, Nord* hwlmer, was reported wowNlod. Uaorae Saarr, 88, (armor oC lUwdon township, Haatlnifl oookty, was kisk-ed by a roit, aad �! tajurlofl, It Is feared, will raiult fatoity. SMGE OF COAL S OteSEO ATMFOROWl FAMILY TRAGEDY i NEW WEST.MINSTER; INCREASING PRODUCTION IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. Thousand.-i .urcs of virgin land in Buuthera Alberta will be put under (lit piuiv tiii-i y.iar and p.-epared for produi'tion in li-l'J .\ few notable examples ire the C. S.'Voble program on the Cameron ranch, the four-seo-tlon block east of New Dayton owned ky Iowa interests and the new farms In the Coaldate and Chin sections baiac taken up by settler* brought la by the C.P.R. Sonthem Alberta is lUlias up with a fine data of new settlers, men with money who have faith la the future ^of the country. Xew We?tmln�er, B. C. April 15.- Harry Deslwlck, agfcd 44. shot and killed Mrs. Florence f.'e.-'twlck. aged i ii, his brother's wife, at hor home I here on Saturday oveninp and then' shot himeelt, dying later in the lios-' pital The .ibootinff fijlowed a qiiar-, rel. the cause of whlih is not known. 1 W.ii ei He.^twick, hush tud of the mur-, derei womun, baa l>*.ua overseas for; two yei'tB ,and the oi'ieat at her fnttr | J, B. PeHartt GIvos Intereating fy of seven sou and daughters also is : Paper-Some Diveraity of ! Opinion ONE IDEA IS TO MAKE GOOD, SAYS PREMIER STEWART I Memorial tablets were unvoUad in thrc? Anglican cburcbea, Toronto, In : honor o( tb'ree Toronto aKIcers* who were killed at the battle of Vimy I Hidgc a week ago. ' The Rev. M. H. Robson of Ham lltoa la in Toronto thla weak assttt-in;; I'rof. I^w In cssmtntng Koox coUuge student!' papora un tbe new testament. J. B. Pellarte. mmncer Pf the North .�Vniwriian ColHerlei. Coal- old, was slaughtered a short time i.go hurat. was the .ipeaker at the tiiip- at the rnlverslty of Missouri Colles- '';'>� .''^'""V "^^^^ ^'l^'r. . . _^ ' , ^ " Origin �nd Preservnllon of -oal of Agriculture, and the me:.; given His addre..s. thouah nacaasarlly tech-, to persona In Columbia who w:.-ii?d to nical In character? wa* estremely in- compare the laate and palatabilltv of terotting, especially to L*thbridg9 horse flaab. Where per��. partook of P-P'-^ ^^--^-^l^f; the meat without being aware that it beins conducive to large Indoor au-was horse meat, no objection was rata-1 diencei ed, and aniformly it was pronounced - The exploiting of roli^daer meat. ,j � . ^ I particular.y on tha Pacific cj>Btt, will EMmonton. April 14^onfltI�nce In i,^ undertaken on a latge icalo this th� Hon. Chat. Stewart, aa premier of ^^^^^^ ,a the carapaiRn to save beef Alberta, w.is the predominant of the H),jpn,e,t abroad luncheon in the MacDonald Saturday _ afternoon Mt which he was tho prin- /-..i , __ rimi Sliest CannJno C.trlso, a .Mexican, was it w-aa ^i^en bv the other membe's "^''^ Pl^shurg by a of the goternCL and the othe? -'',--y roliceman. after he haa ter- MOUED POLICE I III /llirnrn k^-^^'s ^-^f" ^''^^ tbc^raX members of rorized prfsaiensers on tlie ChicaRo I \HI IN I lll-KKl *^ho Icsislaturc, J. R. Cowell, clerk of and Pit .sbuirB exprwa train over tho I ULU m I ULULU 'he leKlslutive nsscubly. J. K. KlUott. ''anhandlo ilallroad. , * ' X*"""*"* , member for West .Middlesex in the On- ~~ to be good meat, although a little i tario house and \V. L. Smith, aRricul- -^''^m McMartln, M.P. for Glengarry, -.-------, ---- tural e.llior of the Toronto Olobe who *� dead In Montreal. Mr. McMartln! Intonunately the audience >^C8t�rn Ridera of the Plains is making a survey of agricultural j^:'.40 from the MItltIa Department, waH giTen two yeara' suspended sentence. Mgr Btagnl, Apoatollo Dolocate of the Holy See In Caaada, kw^neludnd technical namu ot subbltumlnoua. Tho real Usnite waa found farther time It was thought a sacrilege to rob east, its lowett form being found Old Do*>bin ot hU hide before burial, Estevan. Sask. That prejudice haa well nigh passed ; 8tor��a Prablam Speaking of the atorage of Leth- Twimty-ono short-term prisoners at I Dorchester Penitentiary have rolun-legtslnture presided, and tbe following i tecred and have been accepted to A member of tho Heraid staff learn- was the toast list: The Anny": ed this fact ye-^erday In Macleod. ^T",';- jy"'*/'J'''*^,""' where special Interest in the case 1� S�7�t. Gordon JIcrtonaM.PemWna. taken owing to �he fact serve In the war on condition ot receiving pardonH at its termination. With military honors the body of �NFORCE THK ACT AOAINer IDLtRP. The order-ln-cotmell eTImlnntinf Ihe idler from the community is now belBC enforced In oUiar parts ot the proTlnee, and we may aspect that the local police forces will bogln at once to apply the meaiure. The principle ot the ruling it that koroatter "very man muHt have a ^taady job and stay witti it if lie ie aWe to work, but prefers Idlonesa, the ftlcora of the law ara wiuiin ih>ilr pewan la arresting him, and ho it liable to a atltf fine. ^ Tho act is good buslsets and If proporiy and Intalllgs&tly enforced, �rtH do much to clear out the idlem aad pat thom to work on useful jobs Idle ablo-bodlod man today Is a irallglag orlino, and ahould not be tolerated. Pat him witere be will pro-.4000. Tbaro ara plenty of jobs for IpoMoalaOy tko act sboald hsTs a alatarp offoet oa atrtklaf acltators :iiM I.W.W.'a wko are awro eoncern-/�� ta tknartag obatraotlow in the way ^ iraiaottoa ttwa �koy are in doing r-.K-n f>w.ny J Turgeon, Ilibstcue, and H. Tho town council accepted relact- ervlce as draft animals, which in ed and coal atored to aaantltics in'mart an ,i,i, ^. -r..-., -ui-u ---- thoritlet at Ot- D'- Clearwater. The old mem- i ^errea in ueiievme cemetery. He met of Supertnten- ��ers. Maftin Woolf, Cardtton, Joseph! his death In England on Keb. 23rd. ee of the men MoCallum, Vejcrevlllo, Hon, A, G. result of a collision between Marlood Dost MacKay, Athabtisca. and Lucien Bou i Planes in mlrt-alr. these times ot meat shortage, might tho summrr months by the eastern that the troop, owing to its fine train-perhaps well be slaughtered for hu. P'-'^'^o dealers. The mines would Ing. would have a naliitary effect. U ..,------- --------� _. .....^j,^ sudden turn in airs generally. young horses ara Injured by falling mines would be kopt in better shape.. With the resignation of Coramisaloner on the slippery pavement. Sjch anl- " 'ueaat really Rroater efficiency all: Perry, head of tho forco, they realize ,r,�, r^^A i, .V...., u,- havo a Steadier rip here, which would , Tho people of .Mtrleod are not at ______ _ man tood. In e^ery large city there. ^^.^^ conditlont and ' nil plca.ei over tlu, sudden turn in tcdd D c are many caset annually where fat bettor n.iao co.i.lltl.-jns. since th� Mo'int^d Police affairs generally. |L|\j\iDLL malt could be slaughtered at once for:'X''-,3,,, tood. It Is far more hamane to panics werii oftorins every induce-slaughter tbe old family horse for ment to the ear-> cheapost oo.'umodiUos la Canada, old l.orse AOera as tender and juicy as i Mr. Nimtnons believed It was not OAOLY INJURED off In the number of dishes and kitchen utensils broken through carelessness. The dliclpllne aad care acquired In handling exploslyes will . .. .> � ji i \. m _ I have become a bablt. I.,ondon, April IB.-A dispatch from _ consumption in Hungary, Including , ,hl rZV^^^SS hineh of 360,000 who are Incapable of working, i ^'�"'' his seven-year tons of Mgr. ollc Pillppi, se�t tko Apoot Delegate, will act lomporaHly. One thousand Miktorg and decorators went im triu'at Woatfoal for a five-cent an hour iaeroaao aad tlvo hours loss work � woalu Proaoat pay la 40 cents Aa kOW for a (44uiur week. Compulsory vaeoiaatioa OPiar and rasnlMna baa, tkat kaa kanod taany pupils from attoadiag MkoM beeaase of their failure to eoatply wMk the order, was lifted by Okalhaai Coard of Health. John Moauk, Awinaa, waa iMt to Jail for tour yoara arboa bo pleaded guiltr to ft�a oaargaa oC oenyortlng to hi* own uso aopoy dopoiltod with him In trust by hlf (ottow-ooaatrymen in Ottawa. \ Harry V. Paroat, aUBlgar of Detroit Opera hovao, aad oko of the bent known theatro laoB ia Miehlian, died of pneunuiala ia Providoace hot-pital after an Ulaota ot two iajra. Saskatchewan prOTtkM kai boon divided into eight dtatrtoto aador the Highways Act, an^ jaMrtatoadonU have been appolatog.ac fol^wa: Ba^ tlotord, P. Kisaaeki tftaM Albert. V. Mcl>oiica]l: aookktooB, W. oraat: Yorkton. K. B. WobaUr; Boglaa. C. 8wl(t P. MeLeUan: Woybm, |. T. Camo-roa: Moote Jaw. A. llpOaUam: Cnrroat. J, R. RaU. Thu annual death toll from contump-tlon has inoreased by eight thousand sinra tho war starttd, Ovarcrowdtng I* the principal factor of the scourge. The public demand the requisitioning (BptfllttI to the Herald) ,----------- Magrath, .'\prll 1.^.-A serious accl- of (ho palaces for the poor, dont occurred n�ar Ihe pothole on j There are 40,000 women at work ... Simii.v, when DoukIks Stoddard ot; with the Hungarian army. This num-, problem, M Dwievea, "'"i^'^ besides Biotldard. and ta The Budapest central market recent-some manner It was tamod over, \f kold one icooie liver weigblag two Stoddard was runderud uBOflfaciout, poundt fur twenty dolUrs and the be did not beiiave thU eoal would tlore to advantago. t'je rploure oould d xiro. ..... - 1, , The Calgary "N�w� Teletram" has signed "30," and the Calgary "Canadian" has made Ua bow. The News-Telegram bad a leinpcstuouN carear. It was founded about 10 y .an. ago by tbt tanous late "Dan" .McGll'ir uddy, I Havre, April 15.-Aa onoaiy airplane OUO tlmo proprietor of the Oodorich ' �ei(>iettcs at the Udltod Prao Qliurch CuUego, ousgow;, diod uador an anaesthetic before an oparattoa oould be performed remainder of tbe bird brought tlxty dollars. THRRC gOLDlCIS KILLgft Now York, N. Y., April IB,- vThraa aoldlara wars klllad, ton darieutly Injured and thlrty^lva allghtly hurt oaHy today In a wraok en the Lang island Railroad near Central Isllh, N. Y. tli-e Canadian Patriotic fund, have notified the committee that unlaaa It niakoa arrangemonts with tha provincial government to remove the poll tax, which tho Doukhubors are forced to pay. they will stop tholr contributions to the fund. The brothroa elaUa that as they are a joint itook company and are paying heavy taxes, tliey should not have to pay tbe poll tax. Rev. Frederick J. Bergmann, pastor of tbe Lutheran tabernacle at Winnipeg, who was taken 111 while riding In a street car, died before aiodteal aid reached him. The doceaaad waa rocog^ised aa among the loading tboaltfgical writers uf tho Aatorican continent and his works were wMoty (Irculated. Mr, Bergmann' Waa a native of Iceland, and camo to this oountrr In IKie and settled at Oardar, N.B., retnalplag there until l�Ot, when he ac(;ei>t�d a pesltloa aa prolOaaor lat WeUey OoUoga. 110,000, tho firat IpaUllnont of aiyney r�iaod ia laa Pimaohieo tor tbe benollt ot the IvMi HmiuUtt paHy by I. P. O'CoBRor. aolatf joaraaiist and member ot �ko BrlUak parUanoat, waa aoat by his to Mia OOtoil, loader of tho party. Mr. O'Cpakpr aald bo hoped to ralae aa MUrtlaaal flO.OOO before leaving (or Ui AggMOi. in l*17, a ssatob Pf ostrogM 4reugk,t a field ot wheat m oow |g*d at Brandon yiotdod tv��t|r>plfki kaah-els to tbo a�ro. a IMd � aiUMior-fallow nearby ylok|o4 twagty-oao aad one.thi|d baakfia par ad�o. in 191S, tbo cfrroiBOffic tM� �B tko �ama rotatioa piMariirty kuabol* por aero oa eoiR Ui|4 aad tbirty-two buabaia par acra an tttrnMrlkUew. TkoM a�o not op