Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
'-.rm 'Subscription ;pall7" delivered, per year Dally, by tsall per ycir Weekly, by mf.ll.'rir Si'teUr, by niall.'pcr yair lo OfPco JjM W. A, Bucnsnj? President and Jlantisins Director, John Torrance. Business Maoaser. Psto' ot cinlry of soBscrlptlons IP- pear dc'lv on address label. A-xepl- luce ot pipers alter date u >ur authority lo continue tie jutscrlp- ilia 3! iUa-Urvt ot That fin ouljf loaUi end of Uis line near St.quentin, thai city Is HOT surrounded, and !U fall Is Imminent. At the northern end, east ot Arras and near IJlle, the great lirtllsh drive Is Raining in scope It is now announced that Lens lo the cbrth-east Is fall into Ihelf hands! The' British Infantry '.haVp pwe'pt forward In wave after wave In Ibis district and the whole ot tie new German froni from Hergecourt north, lo 'Lens has "been practically taken bvVr.' The Germans fnl! retreat to LHleJ'and the relief ot that -great centre is even now predicted for the near future. Large' number of German prisoners contSaue lo be Isteri by tho British p.ndlhb.total reaches now .well over 13.005.. The drive fs Icing continued .with, all prospects of. developing Into E decisive victory and the release ;ol Ell French territory from tie presence pf. the Germans... .laniia.is announced; the.T' norih: :-iqV-......... chines, dumb bolls, Indian clubs, box JnE.gloVea, etc., The, people ot the district furnished Ihe gymnasium co.ulpmeu.1 .by .voluntary contributions which amounted lo (JJ5. A resident of' the district, who is a qualified physical Instructor, gives instruction and' t li open lo the whole coiuiDUnHy two evenings, a vyeeli. Old and Doling, male and female, lake part In. Ibe fun. Ot coarse, the scholars use the "syni" every school 'day; In bad- weather' It Is tbelr playground. -.The.community spirit that furnish- ed the gymnasium did not stop there. There arc' also a fine cooking rango a la'gV cupboard, a full Bet of dishes and all other-necessary ulensils. From this equipment hot lunches arc sfrr- ed to tbef children every day at noon, and "the-preparing aud serriiig of Ihe lun'cnW form' a domestic science pupils, boys and girls are required to take their regu- turns iu the" cooWog. setting the L.Jes, washing etc. H is the In- tention'of-the. board to round, out the'equipment of the basement In tho cesr.flilura .-n-ith a bench anil tools for manual training. proper is a iuodel Teet. capable of ec- cpminodallng' over 50 pupils in coni- t6rt.-alfiiouib..the present enrollmenl IE-only 25.- -It has 12-foot ceiline.'is parjE'eUT lighted by high ivindoivs on one side only, giving light over the ol every pupil, and is well r ventilated by transom windows large .stationary windows e' available ".wall room is the most modern' type ol _ Russia and: the -prospects of. Canada's Rev. F- U Brown, a ilelbodlsl uiln- Isler of Orfllla, died In Uellevllle bsl KeeV. aged S3 yeirs. Rev- Spencer, ct Aurora, it- and isccepted it call lo tho St. Mary's Baptist church. The ot ac- by tbe Uuchess. will visit Wiiidior. Mrs. U. s! Walker, mother of tho general of the-Sterlinf MnV, died al Toronto. John J- nrumuioud. prominent In the steel Industry. Is dead at lUilinil. Ont. He was brother of the lalo'Dr. Druiumond, tho "Habitant" poel- A convention, of tbe -Presbyterian Church association will' bo held on .Monday, April 23. in the First Presby tcriau church, 'At the Moose JaW cpunlv Ube'ral cpnvciilion. held'nt Mo'ssbanfc. lion Charles A. Duntilug was chosen as candidate.." I.teut. A. n. Mercer, b -well known Edmonton man who went overseas wilh Col. Arnoll's baUallon, has been Wiled In action.. II. llarlow. who b'as been ecretary of the Y.M.C.A.-'.caiup tarcee for two years ha'a gouo I leEopotamia os'u-l'Y'1 worker, Major Waldorf Astor, the eldest son of William -Waldorf Astor, was re cenlly by Lloyd George for or of his Capl. Forbes "'Guild, of Win who 'djed from was member of the legal, firm of. Pltbladi Hoskin fc'COL J. IX a tojd contractor, died at Tonmlit II yeJiu. Utul. H. H. of rMtibnlou, atonu iluio deimly dark of ih6.cau.il. MedU'lue Hal. bn killed Iu lion. Jobn Kefuisu; i vino Is dend rlmsby, was one of tho pioneers In f raising of loraaloM under glass, uiadc Grtmsby hothouse to.iualiws. UIOU5. II. neekinan. student raslor Iwo ears of St. Kraigellral l.ulli- ran church, Gall, has accepted a call o become Hie resuljr paslor ol Itic ongresatlbn. Five llunJrtO sbMlcrt raldeil Chllda >ftcuraut, Toronto. Iu search of nn ustrlaii' was alleged lo avo assaulted a crippled soldier onio diiuiigo was .no one is Injured. Lieut. J. W. Xorsvrorlliy was xl In Ilic recent Jiehllns oil the vies ront. J- 0. Norsworttiy, of Insersoll, int., ivas Mr. Xofaworlhy as already lost sons klljcd in cllou. v'- With- Iho advent of rcsumei' hat from uijvv on tlio Washington Ttiti region'lhe lates 'st-! mBcan er -i mode" pt'UIe >n'd perhaps -too'little ap- :preciated pit this Take first v Ufa' physical faclsrviL; tbat Russia's Welches .haltwayi the "worl other, conn-' v- climatic Tarln'Uona !lV? j to. foresls, for eiainple, ib.-'.Eu'pply th'e: European ft perhaps 'others, "fprjmaily ge'neralious, for adminisfTa'lipn; -whilst -with'SS Mbstrpi but. room .has been left ins 'hanglaE -ot pictnVes .and al ready there .are "one" or two1 fine en graylngsV and others lo'.come.'' Cart Is beliig' eiercisEd.in. seleciing appro- priate: and artistic' 'neat.bookcase shelters'the school 1 Is enlered through ._ a large ridlqlning wblch is Ihe "ropml.'These'.are separaled frpm' the: bliss' low' parll- they arei'-beated by" Ibe alritrbm Ite'.claas for class1 "room and basement on "gym" pasement'ica'n bo'made quite, warm .vHthb'nt-.putUng'ellra fire In ihe class school teacn'ej more than "one fiess'on: One'-'ls. one- 'rbpni: s'ciiiioi should "have --aV rroper tasemenV: Aiotier.is-that the.great sdy'aniaBes; itV.bSers" 'over- .v'Si small'nddllio'nal-.cost tp.lh'e.cpm- Jvo ordinary one room school n't "any; pretensions' whatever 'can. tnau ,-Tremame ECliool The. interest on Ihe'uiflerence 'E year; and :that. really- reprsse'nts all that ft th? i-anl-k'Hdl Itutilau or.j OoiUriJ llgj'ta wtiulil Jo every In In to niiVu II fi'Malii bat Fiuhmi yiuujj ivuslu (too lot- The pi 1Ui> illolj M. Tolunu. r'nuyttcd M. lo III- "orni tiiti llujstoii ot Ihi1 itloi'n lor tho Iralernil lie lill a vuluplelo aisrvi'- on Hie basb ot rcoU'rival AUTO LIVE RY Wei know thor- 'oughly. t t We have had.IKe'.e'Kperlence.1 is paid j- tX-ii-.-.f. IV plac'ed-pn trial .here to'day. -A separate Irial Jean Humbert, FATE The Cbemnilz Uociallsl paper; J yolk-' Etlmm? franklv thai i[ un'rislrleted .sulimVrine.-.wa'r. ..should prdva a failure Germany.-iB ;'-'Wo all knew thii on'tbe day, ii'n- r'estricted submarine; >.war-' was an- adds Ibe j' rnetals; gold, silveT, plaiinam and.ra.- '''irdlum-.among the-preclbos metals.-Tho o'nbrmdiis petroleum pi "-the f-V Caucasus .with its' liilierto nnciplolt; resources or Vwhlte coal.': vrtll pre- rednclion.'of InfanUlo 'with the beiler.conditions of living. .CODEC: on higher .wbics'and.tie vodka will, it Is "estimated, raise -.mis "Eerlncrease to Alicl'girlEt of over Ihree million liersbris' per annum'. tor as the .denHlyj of population. Is. only. 20 per sijuarc as'cpmpared wltn .Vnited .King- H country cajablq of .'prpvidlnB ?n; inexhanstlble supply for 'Britisli equally ine'ruauaUble AA market- for" Russia; indeed, gn unrivalled, flel.d for comfort and cleanliness In iia'd- icates an admlr. able, little playground In .muddy you sjeertbls one room school is' a mbd'el' school tor school pur- pose's and 'It Is also a. model school for .community development ani im- Whv cannot TTC have throughout the Such schools would cerlalnlr make country.lite far mora attractive 'and pleasant, and.wllh Ihe equipment' of a gymnasium, sclcpcti ani] manusl-.lralningT 'double the yalue pt the usual country .scbool, as training quarters ;tor the boys and vant-iwo -weeks agon's .the result of a washoaL Qideoii Moreau, his Iwo four and two. vears, we're biirncd to death in tlielr. home, Mont- real. Mrs.-. Mdreau' and -so escaped. -A deputation rcpresen'tinB'the >tan- section; of the Canadian Siami- awaited on Sir George Foster, acting prime minister The" deputationpurged-Sir George to k'e' Ihe -British horities with a 'view lo'havlnE the Brillsh Import .-.restrictions, against boots and Elfaes.Jeather. etc., modi Jed. Gerald H. BronV.whp lias been aj la'bor sine 1903' -and waa recently aus'pendei [rom'nls position by lion. T. TV. Cro thers, is understood, b reinstated.' Whether or not he wll >c given other position, in. th government -Eerflcb 'could not be as ccrtalncd. llla.'salary" ceased on Ih dale of suspension. CRESIONSEioA Believe iriv Prepared ness readjr 'for Mr. cold is a crimci1 self against cold' gerrns and other by. "eating Shredded >Wheat Biscuit, the food necessary .iAvairmth strength, 'to j.tesist; A better ratiort thafi'rheat of .eggs a much lower, cost. 'For breakfast with milk orXcream'. Made in .Canada. A R E YO U R '-'tN Gl N ES E.eiu'i P-' 'PED1 'FOP SPHlNGi IWORKX 'We equipped to handle all -kinds of "repairs. Irllgh grade work at a reasonable Is our motto. .-v Are-'Rlght. 215 First Avey 9. .Phone 1732 'M-: "vrhlch ought to oe found in a isim.si wcaltll.-- Froii !bvery'point "pt an be. nest'for and Ih... fbr! establishing her Indus- tries'In" Ihcir. natural. Iiabilal.'' whether consoll 'or; a' one rporn a ought I o a'-netpful -codmiinlty "centre. .It B. C., April 125 nien of the forestry draft irtiich has been recruited and IrainEii'al Cres- ton since February tefL yesterday af- ternoon for Brockville, Ont., vrhere they will te nereed Inlo thq forestn Capt. Calhoun, .Victoria, who inspected Ihe unit yesterday vroniAmced It- the (insfl -forestry corps Erltlsli Columbia has raided. All the' men are woodsmen, many ol iLero liav-ng followed Ibis .vrork their lives. Eighteen of. the corps bre rc-slAcnla ol Crcslon valley, msi- ing a totil ol Ti) mfn Ilils place his sent since liostllillos com AUCTION Register-ed Sltallioris Bujis At Sale; suirt Vc.crt Uani r. ON'' TWO O'CLOCK 9 Reolslered Shorthorn Durham Bulls from -12 to 20, months old. Reds" and roans. 2 Registered Shprlhorr. Durham Heifers. 3 years 1 Rejlttered Shlri .Stallion, 8 years old 1700 pounds RelTstered Imported Percheron Stallion, year, o 1500 Ibs. I ReglBteredJmportJd Pefeheren, 1.1 1 Standard Ered.Slalllcn, regl.lertd, 12BO pounrfs. 1 Grade Exchange Any of These Horses for Other Slock. TEBMS'CASH J. A. Auctioneer Block, Avenue S. qREALlESTAtE' "r.'Uf- those having for. sale arc requested list Ihc-m with us as we b'ayc buyers. Nojicie 16 Farmers! We snpplicfl yon with a'ateady market', cream" and 'mljk with. 'lii'. iprice. pald-iprprnpt >upply you wni-; the. BEATRICE! CREAM, The tbe market. Easy- to' ope'rate' and., you 25% to 'on.thfc initial cost' i rj' j' King tdwards P.' Eheil I iiiirt bc- -fore. r O WE HAVE MADE SIMILAR 'ARRANGEMENTS TO MEET VOUR DEMAND THISVYEAR FROM OUR LETHBRIDGE CALGARY OFFICES. Send in yoiu; orders .Wc'Miavc tlic iiitn. PHONE YOUR ORDERS'; LETHBRIDGE, HW55, .CAL6ARV. j. Harris Co. AGENTS; LETHBRIDOE CALGARY S2-6 iillt proVllielal'. governme'nl' agent (Oept. .of 'An- th'e.diiiribullbn ot .the" Lelhbrjdge offices .In the Board bfi. Trade building, Lelh- 5. ;i' at F L' :ANO ALL Help 'Should fn touch. with Harlman. at ;once and Farmers .snoujil state .wages and tlasc'of .men .required.' Requiring vvork will be directed if they'WMIlcall al the '''1 Will Information "re Qardlng available homesteads in be supplied ratei, etc, ,iw. Mr. Hartfflii. I' W.L. "'dp'. PHONE Av.Va. CAR LOTS' OBSESS nlusl be gjod lountl whitt tockAM A 'ir'ea Snnmlm. Hay V 1221 fcnd AVtnui S.