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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rriB LETHBRIDQB DATLT ftfelUlD THURSDAY^ APRIL 1�. 19IB CD: M��rtDae, llberta PAILV AND WttKLV IL- Pt*pH�t9n ant Puhlff>�i* IfWl kttN�nioaa HtRALO print ^IWO COMPANY. LIMITIC _ W.' A. �uchaiian rrMldaat �ad llauacint Dlr�cior iwa Tonue*  � Bu*ln%M MaoMtr I TsTeiiHONCt jMltwtei OttiG* .............. 1214 [Unr ukacriptien RattJ; dallvnred. cer ne�k . dellTerpii. p�r }e�v by mail, p'^i" Tear .. ly, by r.iiiil. p�T y^ar 13 $r,00 14.00 11 50 iWy. by niiiil per rc^r to US J2 Oatea of axptry of lubacription* ^p-Msr daily on address label. Accept-Jnea of papem r fli- ciplratita oat* la 'r authority f ow be bptfer ablt> !i> nrntpot ih- h:ch wa)� to tlie ihaniiol port? Tlio Dpws this iii(*miii� is .-.'iisi'.i.^r-kbly theerior. altUouKi' tli.- d.iys of UZlcty have not yet passed by any means. The British were forced C*in to withdraw from the bitterly foucbt ground .i; Wytsrhaett-. but tke Germans huv>' bov-.i able tu ^am Htllo really vital sround siucc Tuesday morninit. and the Hritish ''n-" re holding firm the seiecUve teatare of the Mtlltary SerTlce Act. ^ For Wter all. tl�� la nChtnic so linportAOt as wiimlnc tife war. All other coBsideratloes shouid be settled by the question "Vniat if the Ocrmans win?" We eannot for a moment aroept the poealbtUty of a ('.-nuan peaie. It bat remains thero-tore to supply the men and munttionn which win Bsiiiure victory There must be no hanitlnR back because the Tnlted SUtes Is ."endlnK �cm wait till it Is too late And that is w'ly thf Herald bol eve? the people of Tanada will accept rhe latest dictates from cttawa We know It l� Rolnit u Gener%l A. Obregon, of Meiico. Is ifrptii Oir own r"orr��pf>n Taber. .\pri; IT l..i�t week Miss ! I'case. contr.ic! writer for tbe Ellison and \\"::ite i�oin! Lyceum, visited I T.\bcr and wrote up a contract for a ) Lvreiini course for ncJt winter. The , course will c.niss* of five numbers; i I. rh. ("oiilov.v i'cncert Co.; 2. Ward Wat.Tt (t> . The lleverly Rntertain IT-, t. Mr Carthwi'U. lecturer. The fiftli c'nirs� not been selected but niav h,' a L.tiir. by Ilwlght Htllls, one of .\mer:r.iul8. shot and killed himself on a H. and (>. train as Delhi' cMnIng faMory^Martwl on Om big aaremm�Bt �>rd�r for pork aad beans. The tlrantfatd Merchants' Clnb decided to contlntte the half holiday la July and Aagust. Winnipeg bricklayers had their Wages Increased to 80 cents an hour, witb 44 hours a week. _ \ Four highwaymen robbed a N.Y.t!. train of $5.oOO worth of goods, after wards found In a field. Btnrm In New York did thouianda of dollars' worth of damage. One wo roan was killed and fifty persone in jured on his way to Chicago from Seattle ; it was backing Into the I'nion lilatlon. ' Montreal has an Increase of more Mlg i'hicago packer* are dHtrihut leg back pay to the amount of St.- 060.000. Two brothers at Slacon, Mo . were killed when a gas tank exploded in the ' basement cf their home Four men were killed and tncc in-! Jured at I'otnfret, Conn . i.'i a i olll-, slon between two heavy freight By direction of the Tresldent. l..t.-Col. John R. l^-octer. Adjutant General. Iff relieved from detail In the Adjutant-ticneral's l>epartment RiiC'Tlph Blankenburg. elected mayor of Philadelphia on the reform ticket a few years ago. In a memorable political battle, died at hi* home there than J.odO automobile llconseH so fUr this year. (, iito. The hill changing the name of tbe ("anartlan* Society of l-'ngliieers to "The Knglneering Institute of I'ana iIh" was adopted Within Telephone girls who volunteered for service during recent l^ndon air raids few days of the close of Itn have been awarded a special baiiKc Anton. bartender. drive for funds in Greater Winnipeg, the Red Cross has Jietted slightly over was I4t�o.i>o0 "Citiiens who are not for t!u In the war are against the l" S iti t!ie " That i.s tlie principle whi- h lifu laid down �(ejt!i of tlie line It app!it�s in l'.u:.ula with equal force. puMie coininit-ee of hading clt!�?na are be hind ihis venture The tickets for the i' i ours.' will !� J.! 00. and any proceeds' over .iiid al'ove* will be do nai Ml to sonic patriotic purpose A full annoumen'ent wilt be made at the Slimmer i'hautamjUB. i Gee. Bain Dead. V; (leoite Haln. electrician a*, the" ' ..L.L.i.i \', . s- mine who sustained a - .)�. �-ill .,:i electric light pwle . �.  r � �., o months ago. diod on Wednes- . d.iv e\, -in^ ai six o'clock In the .Mo-| ne Hat lio.spital. For some time a-.ter the i or h Wis , because of alleged anti-.Xnieri can ism of honor by the Kovernment. tietail Krocern at Ottawa claim lliey are noi being allowed a legitimate profit In bread in consequence of the Word has been received that I'te. Small, formerly ot the staff of the price charged by bakerH. Watford Guide-Advocate, died oi - St $L>51.-1 wounds received In action. From .Inly Isl to .March 1st $:;51.-1 wounds received m action j Gems worth $ll.t)0O were found in Kti'Aiii' was paid in war i.ixes in the I - I bedpost when Herman Htyer was f> The amusement lew netted Ftt. R. C. Kerr, formerly pastor of I arrested for numerous bnrglartes on t:!.'08.000 tbe church at Plosherton. has. Umg Island. _ been killed in action. In 1316 he went I - Citliens of l.ynbrook. 1.1.. have de- overseas as a sergeant, but revertereildent WMmw and tooMat atrlkaa. Duriag a fire In Baat 103b4 atrtet. New York, a buadred faalMai ware driven to the Icy atreota. Fifty honaa were saved. Five men are held at ColHaavllle, III, In connection wHIi tho lyaaMag of Robert F. PrMor, aa anogiMI O*'-man sympathlaar. One hat^drMi and forty tkouaand lawyers have baea aaUatai ta a campaign tu nncovar aaaajr *ra�artr In the inlted Stataa. r. s. GovaraiMat hao takaa over plant of the Bayar Coiifaay. oe� of the largest chanileal ymuclag corporations in the worM, rwenty-flve millioa doilara will bo spent on a new war baaa ia Srooklya. whioh will be an a�pa4ltloBary dapot for BtoragQ of aupyUet. An eight year-ol4 boy Uaa been awarded $18,000 at White Plains. N.X;^. for tbe loaa ot a !� wkaa kaock-�>d down by a atraat car ta 1tl6. Union. THE CITY COMMISSIONERS AND THE AUTO TRUCK. Tii.' city , .:;;;nissio!!ers m.i;!;iaiu tliat (he new t.-nck will do work M was purchased to do The Herald is strongly of the opinion that the same eiiiciency could kave been f-'cured by purcha.sing a lighter, less costly truck for the par-kage department. And wc will ron-Uane to maintain that position till ire can be shown tliLit the �4."iio truck aan be equipped to do the work it Vas purchased to do. The present equipment wiii do no more work in Collecting garbage than a truck which oould have been purchased iu Leth-^ridge for H,.-iih) or les.s. That s the aitnatlun us wc see it and as the majority of citizens see it. t'oniniission. r Vrare makes a poor s!i,iwing whtMi iu' leavers to m eus-tiie Her.ilil of ult�-rior niotives n its iriiiiisia o; ;li-> cii;l>ii;c truck .-Is ,i ir.a't'-r o:' fact the H"r. iislied. n the iirs^ iiist.ince. the criticisms of a number of interested ra'e payers The ratepayers wern quit came a relapse with much auffeilng.' ^ � ^ , .\8 a chance he was taken to Me ,, A scheme is on foot to amalgamate liclne Hat on Monday night, but he w,'," ''"'�'* prisoner in Ccr- �nd St. Lukes Tlospitals in Ottawa. 11! Oxford. T. U. Gregg held a aalo of reaeliing there Mr Bain was a young '"^"^ ""^'^ y^"'' "��� ''a" '"^de his is proposed to ere. t a new In-itltutlou man of atirliuK chr.racler. and capable ''''are "curding to official word to to accommodate r,m patients, ant In business. He will be P""-''""" .itly ai.ssed in town He was a i.eriib.r of the oh; Tabcr football teaai and at tiie t'nie of his death an _ i A scheme for the voluntary ration- Dr .lames K Russel. dean o' the Ing of beer in Kngland is being nr Ten ii-i s' Coluiitc. Columbia I'nlver- ranged between the Government"* sit> sf itcs that German �i!ucallona!- Liquor Coutrsl Board and th" liquor fflcer of -he Taber Forum, lie are menacing U. 8. aid merelv pub-j ''''^'�^'>-^-'hi"J � �-iie aUd t*�.chlldren. ^..^ools. ,^ � 'toward whoni the sympathy of the whole coiiimunlty ia eitended Important Work. trade. Firt ! under .Many married couples, with chil-in the new Pennsylvania hotel; dren, have made application at the im-conatruction in New York, migration ai.d colonization office at tiO purebred Hulsteins and a number of young calves, for which $11,1'.13.,">0 was realized Dr. ,). W. Wheeler, of Cornwall, was convicted of having procured an abortion on a Tonmto girl, and was sentenced to the penitentiary at Kingston for five years Two .Mexicans war* UIM aoar Bl I'aso by an Amerlcaa cavalry patrol in returning the fire of anMlished criticisms of the civic government in the past and will contlnu' to do so in the future. There is no question ot an ulterior motive now nor at any other time. tin Sunday last Mr. A D. Archl spread acroea the street and did from i Winnipeg for work on farnia Ihis sum-within ihoir rights in voicing the'r bald, tield secretary for Alberta Social i JTi.OKO to $100,000 damage in a row , mer .-.-i > i. 1 1-anne. spoke In the Presby- of two and four storey houses, urian. Methoilist and Mormon - churches givinK ui^nteresting ac-i A beautiful brass tablet was unvell-coimt of the iinpornhlt work the|ed in the First Baptist Church, Brant-league is aoini;. especially in respect ford, as a memorial to fifteen beroea to prihibltiou. cliild welfare and ven- from the church who have given their (i'se.isc lives for King and country. On Smurdiiy .Mrs Geo. Oevitt was I successfully Nearly two thousand Canadian soldiers are now burled In England, and nearly every grave has a cross above U. Mrs. Astor has laid out a beautiful cemetery adjoining the Canadian Cliveden Hospital. Marwiu, the young son of .Mr. and .Mrs .las. Bird, of I.apeer. Mich., was accidentally killed by falling under the wheel of a wagon heavily loaded wlt*i bay. Rev. Dr. Kndicott, who for three months has been on a tour of inspection of the missicm fields of China and Japan, will arrive in Toronto in about two weeks. Tbe military police at Ktagaton ara looking for four dalaaltore akdar tbe Military Service Act who eat Ike bara of the detention qaartera at Artillery I'ark and escaped- About 100 woma* of tke Had Grots Auxiliary and BakUora' iM Society held a knitting eeataot at Woodatock, in which �72 paire al aaeka were knitted In twenty dajra. That some mea are paying as high as $:iii,ooo,U)) Cardstoit, April 16-Ked Cross work Is stjii a'tive In Cardston and tho following list of goods was shipped out in the la,st two we-ks: 24 she#t?. it04 cotton binders. LD T bandages, 1". man who fUhU not only for an -Vllied PyJ�ma aulis. SO pillow slips, lo M T. i farm should apply to this committee riLJl h... r� ^^Ten- fLm ,h� h.,H. banda""- ** """K" 11 l^ii bags, through Mr. Watklns. At well as all victory, but to reacne from the handa gurglcal gowns, l-' dre-sing gowns, hoys desiring to enlitt as Soldiers of of the cruel Invaders the soil of his 3 jay shirts. 74 bed socks, 19 pairs tne Soil. A large medal from the aatlve land. I day socks, 41 -towels, m lomentaiion King will be protented to every boy wrlngert. Membership in ti>e society who satisfactorily spends three months Is growing dally, it now numbers on the farm this summer. This will about 760 aames and still they are be in acknowledgameat of patrfotic coming in. ; services rendered. All boyt 13 and On Friday erenlng. In the school; 14 years of age will be placed at bouoe, Mr. Tlnken I>eong will put on ' home or with relatlres. Boys 15 to a show in aid of the Red Cross funds,: I.i who sign up will be liable for sftr-the whole of the proceeds without vice anywhere in the province. But any deduction whatever will go to. it will be the endeavor of the com-the society. He wlU be assiated by mitiee to place them only in the best | other Chinamen, and ice "cream and re- iiomr-s, and as near to their home town ' freshments will be served free. The ; as possible. It la expected that the Chinamen of the town and dlstrli t 1 wages of boys If. to 19 years will run win donate their services free In order to make as big a surplus in aid ol the Red Cross as possible. There will be eight acts, exclusively Chi- from $,'15 to per month. A Wedding. On Monday alternooa the Rev. A. C. Bryan united In marriage Mr, Wil nese, and they will supply their own { llam Ruffert of Didsfaury and Miss music. The amusement committeo of rtlo In tke extreme, but the Her- ' the CarUsion Red Cross society. heay A. N Sykes, is making all 'f Caaa4a hare at Usi been fully ""angemenfH. so this entertainment aiwuad to a raaUaation of what the ' 9�ur �aans. ind that they are prepar-�t$t, in a ooBAeduence, for the most |iralg aieaaurea to meet the need. Last December the people of this !-]|^H�ialoa accepted the prinoiples o( M|Mi.criplloa. The plan adopted then waa a selective one. Bveau on the ,'\iaatern froat hbwever kave moved i shalT be considerably ahead of last jittk eii�b rapidity that where we had ! ye-^r �� to seeding, for last sprint; ilie j|ril�Va4 the man-power needs coi^d  ^"^ *� '^''^^^ >� promises to be quite unique in the BnnaU of the town and will be a great hiieei-s Mr Tinkrn l/Pong has already made a great deal ot money for till" ited (rons society iu British ('o-lumbia Tlie weather continues Ideal %)r ; HB�dlng but we could do with a little ! less of the chilly wind. The grain Is I being put in fast under the best ot I condltlonL', and if all goes well we atat by a somewhat easy form of .npMlltWt coateriptlak. we now find If tke Hun Is to be defeated, BO farther aatf take men aa time to mak� working it easy The Senate Military Affairs Committee revealed that tbe I'.s. Gov eraneiit la building the largest and .Marin Schilly ot Mooaa Jaw. Mr. and .Mrs ituffert will reside is Medicine Hal for some time. Honor Mre. atee. The members of the Womaa's Institute held a most enjoyable fathering last Friday afiemooB la the borne of Mrs. H. Beard. Over tventjr ladles were present. Oartai tke course ot the afternoon a cut glaas dttb was presented to Mrs.' Tboasaa Hates In appreciation of the taltkful valued service she has rendered the Institute while in Taber. Mrs. OMas Is removing shortly to Calfaor. Measles-and Qermas at tkat-are I beginning to deoimata our ehwsea in tlie public school. .Mr Jamns Ostlsnd, one Of our returned Hoidiers, has been appointed ciieek weigh-man at the Caaada West mine The Australian war loaa kas now jeuclied jt;;s,upu,uoo Rinex-sofed shoes permit real ecotu>iny in footwear by ino the wearing quality of shoes. Rinex soles cut the famUjr bill in half because they wear twice as long as ordinary IcfttlMr. Rinex has ushered in a new era for footwear - footwear that wear, that ha.s long life and real life. Rinex is rubber and fibre, scientifically combined to give th$ greatest comfortrtoughness and resiliency - rubber for rttiUtpcy, waterproofness, liglitnessand wear-fibre for strength.'^cmuuitney and non-slipping qualities. The business man, the professional man; the housewife, the cImI* dren - all find comfort, genuine satisfaction and eooaemy In Rinex soles. A lighter work day, more vigor in the ttep, rdiaf from fatigue are additional features. For all shoes, for all the f.tmtly, Rinex soles answer the problem of high CWti because they give greater service. Be sure your next pair of shoes have Rinex soles-they'll look bctlVMd wear longer. Double the usefulness of your old shoes by havttig them RilMK-�d. B� Ml* that Rinex is on the sole. It insures aatisfaction. Blaex Mlea are- made aad gunalmi kj Canadian ConMlidated Rubbar Oa, llmllpd HeM^OfllMi Moatraal. Waalain �gwnhaai Wianlpac Wnndum, Pulna. amtmkmm ;