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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE tETHBimiGK DAILT HRRALD WKDNESDAY. APBIt 17. IMS lctbM5^e Detald ^. lctb�rt�0^ llbcrtt ^ OAILY ANil WCIKkT _ PrMHNer* and pHbliotter* fMI LtTHBRIOOB HKRALD PRINT-INa COMPANY. LIMITKC MS ttji tr��t South. Lathbrldg* W. A. tTMldtBt nad MunDKlhf Plrertor fpka T�n�Bc�   Buaiatxs Maiu(�r Bdltortel TXUEPHONES offic� .............. m� Otflc� .............. IM4 ubMriptlcn R*tt�: 0�tty, delirered, per wc�k ,, Dail]r> delivpreil. prr year . D��r. by mail, per Tear .. WMklr. '.If nialt per year ,16 ractonhlp of Krnppa. Since the ftrat d�y� of 1917, howovar. I have aban-donod all hop* of Ocrmanjr'a present dlrartors Our otfer of peace without an tndi-catloti of our war alma, latansKlcn- tTiin of the 3iubmHrin� war, iiei>ort�-liiiii of nrlKl.inr, th" Hjstrrii.rii- ilof-Iniitinn in FrAncp ami t(>riu'iliiiii!r iif (iospi:.-!! slilp.A liavo �ii ilt'Ki uli'il !hi> povprnor* of Oniiiiiiy fli.ii ) .'tin jn r-feotly convlnrs^l liint ti'oy aii' ills qualified for the Platmratlon anil con ciuAlon of a sincere adi] jiini vKitc ment The Qertnan people will not le nbla to repair the Kri�vr>u> crime* committed agitinst its own prp'>"nt and future and ngain: it is. The triuniph of ii.-- nn'lini. Patea of oxp:ry of subscrlptlont as. ^y whi. U ;t has Mihcrf,; pear dail; on ad.iresa label Accept- , . ,. aaca of paprrs 1 fu- expirat.^n cate U n'^'-t^-lly ..r.l tu .illv. our a'jfh.rltT to ortn".nuo the sub- j ro:utltiit� Jei'oat ior :;io i.K- >.~ ffTlptlon. ! anil supreme ht^pes I'f mankind i>v.,' S-_____-----------:------:-------1-r-:--lolllv tO iTUaBhtl' lililt A pf.'pU' 'X THE PROGRESS , haiisfod. e-nii�l:i ilark ivd -i^-ceptive. A� a man aud a tit'rui.iu who aptnr�> the mn.lorlty of prl�os : for thoro\iKhhrod horsos u1 tli" t'al-JKi'ry hn; show was the pleasInK oi-1 |ierli'n In I't'rclit ran in:ins, chnii) picin^hp and rejirvr rhaiiiplo"-'hi|> in three viar old HercheroiiM, iiti 1 si'coiirl In four year oM.'r the fiscal year andad June 30, l�l.';, on the Hwain valnaMaa ha aati� m.ited a loss of |1,44P,7M. 1". lintler for the^ompany andaar-nred to offset tjie eitlmatea adduced by .Mr. Menry by anggeatlag that tho C.N.R. was entitled to a mta lacreaae. I IS INS, A, Ihat truck i.s a fine demon-itration of truth of the He.'-ald'a recently launthe 1 can-.paign to Buy at Home ' Keep in view the big campaign for V.M.C.A. general and war funds in May. The cauae 1� worthy the finest kind of auppon. TOO MUCH EXPERT OPINION, NOT KNOUCH COMMON SENSE. However good may hare heen the iateatlons of the city commlasloners la parcbaaing a two-ton truck for garhage. tha fact remalaa that mighty �oor judgment was exercised, and in the Herald's opinion the condemnation of their action by the general pnbllc Is quite iu order Better re-anlts ponld hare been obtained y:ith \ half Oie money right here In L*ih- That new city truck is about a.s bridge, and that the commlaalonere ' "'uch out of place coUecting garbage fMIed to recogW.te this fact is ju�t �s wouW be the proverbial buU la a another nample of too much 'expert" ' ''^I'-n* "hop. opinion and not enough comtnon aenae Hard-beaded common sense and Business judgment are needed at the city hall of all placei The truck purchase would indicate that those qualities are at a premium in that quarter. -^PICKED UP IN * PA.SSIJ^G' T^ ^^'^^ ^-^^ MINES TIfO UP Cumberland. Md.. April �.-Tho mines of the Oeorgea Creek and I'pper Potomac Cofel field are tied up today as the reanlt ot a atrlka of 6,00ai>ltr�nil strm K-iannhr.nrf whr^ wa .\(!;cncy�. MluHter of Rall- Sclwid she shot hcVhusbaiid ^^^^ "^"^'^ -"Mng the Trans-i bring at) i>eraaaa~eh8rgMI with vlolat- cause ot his cruelty Is the twenty- f*'^'"*''"- vehemenily denounced ing the espkmage net nadar Uie Jnr- Shi woJin acqu Ued on a nTurder 'P"''ll'�n P^pagaiida which is isdictlon of the military oavt mar-laira woman acquitteo on a muraer ,.,.^^^^^^^^^g ,1^^,, o,,.,,,^ present Itlnl was introduced today by Senator the past Kuropean war .sltuatiim. He reat, (Chamberlain of Oregon, ehnlrman o� I rirmod thai tho government would notitbu senate mUltarjr CoaunHtaa. charge In Cook county thrae yeara. In Fire destroyed I^iurier, .Man. a new elevator at I Tha farmers' clnha of Osford caanty i have decided to bring out a fanner I candidate (or the Legislature. | - ; - M the advanced age of 09 years and" Joseph A. Jones, a C.P.R. brakoman. I 7 :tion(h.�. Mro. Caiberlne Ferguson, aged 43 years, killed by a train Ontario, 1." dead. .11 St. Martin Junction, near .Montreal., - j Wool lumhs were soil at i2\.'2j at If any of the commissioners feeis aiyiUing slipping he can borrow :iiat auto truck and haul a lew loads of sand. That's whut It'b built for. News hasi b.'en received at Beile-vlUe thai Lieut, .\nhur h}�pns ,Iohn son has heeu awarded the Military Cjoss. the Kast Huffalo marliei. price for the I'.S. , record After u I tiRKe o: nearly two ye.wi^. Conitablo Colanvelo, .Montreal. ai-reaiort Peter .Sbarbanovltch, alleg-> BMd- iilRMAN JUDGMENT OBRMANV, ; VHnannite has published by per-c� "Kightlng Joe" Martin doesn't �eem to like Canadian politics any more and is going back to England where s~ec"o"mV8t.jrey~rrndaw.'crTsh7d t'bVough .Mrs. Todd, a resident of Toronto, complained to the civic authorities - 1 that she had hcen thrown out George Hodgson, of Vancouver, had I of bed liy tiie rocking of her home a narrow escapt when be fell from a from pas.slug street cars. he will subscribe to a different brand He can make no mistake in changing sidewalk, from the brand he preached here last December. Uie glass canopy and landed on t.he | William Hums, a cattle buyer and a An unknown young woman, apparently about 2fi years old. leaped into ] stroke. - Detroit river from the dock and waa If Hon. Crotber. would pay less at- VtZV^tJrllrT' much respected ciiixen of Tlllaonburg for 50 years, died very suddenly in h-is 80th year, following a paralytic tentlon to the qtiarrels of the lady steDoeraphers of his department, and more attention to seeing that Aus-triaaa were not allowed to interfere with coal production In Alberta he wouM be doing simply what the people of Canada are expecting from a minister at labor. Hon. Crothers Is again showing himself to be a square peg in n raund hole. jli. Bo paraialad in believing that )|^M00,000. L. M. W. Maynard, manager of one of the branches of the Dominion Bank . , ^_______ ________ in Toronto, was placed under ar-c-st; �ra for tho i>ast sixty years, the Hud-vM.iu be stepped off the train from eon Bay company, the pioneer buei-' ' stealing i iiess concern of Kenora. is closing out ita business. After having conducted a trading post and merchant 1^ btttlnesa at Ken- Ottawa on the charge of t:!u(Hj of thejtank's money. Once In a while we bave to take off our liata to Calgary, and this Is one of thoaa tlmaa. The city haa secured aomo 10* aercs which it will farm, nnd niranganwnts have been made wi(B aavantaen tractor dealers to plongh and disc the land. TbU will be dayo trae, but the city is uader-taldng to advertise tha demonstration nad tha tractors uking yart therein. It la a good scheme, and might well bo loUowed in l^thbrtdge If a little ooengr were displayed to arrange plati*. SCHWAB DIRECTS EMERGENCY PLEBT V/asliington, Apr. 1� -Chas, .M. Schwab today became director general of the emergou-ey fleet corporation nnd will aasnme eotlre conirol and di-ractian of tiiu cunstructlun ut the government's HhipbullUing program. At the suggestion of Uei eidl Maaagui Charles I'iesu, tlie of Uce of general roauager oi^ tiio condition was aht^tHhivi tu �tWt ilT" Bchwub a fr�:o hu�d Silla m^t. %x. Piese will ro- to the iate Queen Victoria. Claiming powera of prophetic vision, and decUrlng her boilat that the Hun will cross the Brttlak oltannal. a woman held a >imnnlpog atreet car for several minute's while aha urged Its occupants to send ovory man arail-able to the defence oC the Shnpire and humanity. The Incomparable bravery ot Capt. Dimock SUnley Cassldy, M.I)., a \Viuiiip�g doctor, who Is serving with the Royal Army Medical corps (Imperial uV-myi wa^ mentiened In a le rent lH