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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDA^, APRIL 1�. 1018 ..V tetbbtib^ Derail DAILY ANp WEEKLY Prpprlctars and Publishcm {THE LETHSRtOGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED aS3 6th Street Sauth, Lethbridge W. A. Euchar.an Fresideat and Managing Direotor loha ToriKuctt - - BUBiu&gs MaB��er TELEPHONES Business Ottlce .............. 1S6I GditorUI Office .............. m� OsUr, Dally. Dally, Subscriptioi-i Rate.i: Celivered. per wepk . deliveretJ, per yeai- . hy mail, per yea;- Weekly, hy wail, per year ... .10 .. .15.00 . ..HOO ...$1.58 conditions Md Intpire us to greater, serrice. He tias been In the front line trenches, hi* has Sfien our Canadian 3ol41ers nwhofaaveunlade tlie name of Ouhada honored for now and all time among the nations of the earth. He has flown orer the Rhine in airships. He Jias seen with Ills own o.tp.s the evidence of the treachery and brutality of the Hlin, Ilk has leameii to wliat degree snc-cean in war depends upon big crops in tlio allied nations durinB tUf oo:n-iug spring and summer, and how luuch will be required froui America. Ht' briMS i>. message irou: the United StSes. America is iiianning iof a flre-.vear war. One hundreu and seventeen milliow people are in vnrn-est jfnd srf jrov.-infr more so (}8ch day. Tho Horald is s^n-o the people o� LetiibnMge will lie preseut in Iiirge ji^iaibera, for iie luis a message fhat '! should be heard luul heeded at tiiis particular time. Weekly, by in.iil. per ysar to l:.S..J^�0 A STUDY IN CONTRASTS. ______________________ The firm of Wood & Co., of .Moal- Dates or expiry ot subscriptions lic- ton, Iowa, sold twelve car.? of storage rear daily ou address livbel. .fccept- ggg^ a' an exisssive prjfil to Ziun lince 01 papers i.Cto. espirat.;.n aate Is ..,.t.. our autlioriiv to corttimio (he sub- * �f >yluch the Canadians sacrificed many men to maintain. It is pointed out 111 at the withdrawal- was an ex-tremejy wise one. since the Germans had begun to seriously threaten the Vpres saiient. defended only by one SHOULD BE CAREFUL ABOUT MAKING CHANGES. The suggestion is being made in uijiny responsible quarters that, with the rosignation of Commissioner Grace, an opportnnity will be afforded ^for. .some changes in the fonn of citf i business in egg? in New York tor seven days, whlio Swift ^- Co. had to drop out of the egg business in New York for thirty days. Both corporations were ordered to, donate to the American ived Cross "the nn-I justified amounts involved in the transactions." The Board finds that neither 'company made, for IJself, an, undue profit; their offence was in "assisting the seller 'o profiteer." That s the. way they are puni�iiing the food profiteers in the United States; The story" is told in the Bulletin of tl)c United Slates Pood Administration, so there is no question as to the accuracy of the facts. .lust by way of contrast the O'Connor incident in Canada, does not sho-w administration. A number of sug- geked changes have been broached,! ^ * particuUrly patrioUc ligHt among them the proposal that a city manager with an elected advisory board replace the present commission iorm of government. The Herald would suggest that the ratepayers thoroughly stiidy tlM whole civic situation before going too i Saaizatlon, "Bolaheviki principles of far with any plan for a change. There ! administration and acceptable is BO doubt there has been a growing dlssfitisfaction with certain thinss connected with some of the city departments. The failure of the human factor however should not le�d to a general condemnation of the system adopted ity the citizens in 1S13. Commission form of government has been a goodAhing for the city. There are ceiftain l-eaknesses, it is true, bnt there were greater weaknesses in �t-dermanic governnent. So while there' is bound to be wide! discussion iTuring the next two or three months over filling the vacancy soon to occur in the council the Herald urges the most careful consideration of the matter by all the rate^j,;;;,, ^^TfroTe sl^, payers. AN OPPORTUNITY FOR AN EXPERIMENT. The sugfestion has been made to the Herald, and passed aloai; to ike Board of Trade, "that the Daminion government should experiment with dry land alfalfa in a certain somewhat �andy district lying alone bot>> sides of the'C.I�.R. UBe in the vicinity of Parple Springs and Grassy X>ake. It �ems that there are about four townships there, mostly north ot the railway line, and In' which most ot the original homesteaders have abandoned their property owing to tite nature of the soil. Tlie rank gnnvth attainad by a^ertain Idnd of dock, and the fact tbat good wells can be obtained almost anywhere ix>-the area at a de^h of 10 to 15 feet, has led some people to think that, if dry land alfalfa could be given a good start on this Isntl the roots would soon find Iholr way to the apparentiy abund-' aut sub-soil ijjoisture, and the land which is now lying praeiio^ly idlr could be made very productive. � TJie laud is Close to market arid for this reason it is felt that something should be done to learn whether it can be made to produce profitable crops ot uy kind. � We hope the Board of Trade will be able to induce the Dominion departs ment of agriculture with its experi-qieatal farm organisation to undertake  test of the district in question. (From Our Own Correspondent) GacdstPti, ApriJ IS.- Mr. L�vi Jensen and H.n.rry Goodwin of Kimball, moved about 4,000 head of sheep on to the Blood reservation leases, which they have obtained, passing their herds through the town early this morning. It is understood that Mr. Jenseii and Mr. Goodwin hare obtained a large lease of about � dozen sec tions for sheep itrasing purposes. Quite a number of sheep men have obtained leases on the south west comer of the Blood reserve.^ Inas riiuch as there is.no place in Canada set flpart for sheop. it appears opportune for the industry to be fostered, at least to a certain degree, although this land could probably have been farmed to advantage. It is understood that Messrs. W. B. Pitcher. A. .r. Stoddard. J. W. Kearl. et. al. have secured farming leases ot iilnd adjoining Oerdston on the north, at'd will, thit summer, break up several sections a9d plant it to fall wbeat for nelt year's harvest. By the occupation of tbe soutti west part of the Blood Indian reserve by farmers and ranchers, the town of Cardgton will materially benefit thereby, the chief necessity heing at present good roads over the Blood reserve. Vote on Hoapital. Last evening the Cardstoa Hospital association held a directors' meeting at which it was demoters and owntra of the Xlardston Motor Oo., Ltd., are now housed in their beautllai aei^ garage, which is a credit ^ tbe town and community. They havt^ Installed a ^aSoItae, and water supply station, and (undoubtedly loiA forward to a very splendid business. It is understood that 'they will have the best mechanics available fQt_4heIr repair work. Messrs. C. E. Snow & Co. are erecting a garage on the site of the old Polsom blacksmith shop near the Lees Creek bridge. These people will handle the McLaughlln-Eaick automobiles, while the Cardston Motors t'o., Ltd., are handling the Paige-iA>dge and Hudson. . , t,. � ^ ,j .1 O. F. Anderson, a prosperous; be fought oi� on We battlefields of farmer living just east of Cardston, ] France and tbat any other hope for a ! has purchased a handsome new Nash � sudden - termination of the struggle i Quite a number ol very splendid j VP IN'* PASSING ^ ras Bvsr man The one man in Canada who was do: ing Bioat to put a curb on the food profiteers was forced to resign because the minister of labor condoned what Mr. O'CouBor declared to be, oo the part ot one,lady clerk in his or- action thea|upo& wolild be brought about thraugh the personal influence of the young lady over her father and of her father o^er the minister." ONLY ONE CPURSE- FIGHy TO THE END. "My caaaoa iO/the west is our last repl.v." / � This sentence from a telegram from the eqtperor of Austria to the emperor of Germany, denying any part|'in the peace negotiations /fathered b^t Austria, should mean but one thing to every one of us-tjijit this war must J. .V. Ilkrvey. lawyer of VaBcou�er, aged 60, is dead. The V. � 8. 'fovemment has taken over the^Erie timaJ. Repeal ot the federal charter of the National Qorman-American Alliance has been approved ananlmously by the U. S. Senate Judiciary committee. GordCHi Cale, "IS-yettr-oId son oi K. B. Caie. of McKay. Burnaby, died In New WeSlidlnater. Mr. Cale is editor of the Sunday poultry section of the S�n. Vancouver. Tom Lord, janitor of the Russell block. Moose Jaw, was found dead by his wife. shortly after 11 o'clock, pinned in between the p'&t form in the alleyway and the elevator. The lllght ftev. William Charles WhilQ, D.D., the new Bishop of New-foundiand, has' been installed .inducted and enthroned as Bishop in the CUthedra! Church of St. John the Baptist. St. J[ohu's, Newfoundland. Owing to a serious accident, the clerk of (he chnrch at Paris, Mr. Norman M. Clump, has been compelled to resign, after more than ten years of faithful service. His successor in office is Mr. H.=T. Morgan. Toronto municipality won 914,000 AaoMcea as cost of removing snow Auinpod by tihe street railway cols' pony from the tracks on to tj^e ittreets. Kmest Haycock, professor of geology at Acadia college, Hallfojc, died at Wolfville as the roaulf of an attack ot heart trouble. S. J. Walker, reputed to be an l.W. W,. i� near death In Honolulu following bis shooting V- v^�ptain Henry Allen, a retired seaman, Special trains carrying fifty million feet of ilr timber have left the U.S, Pacific const for Atlantic and ^tilf shipyards, which have been delayed In taming out wooden ships by traffic tlen provided for. the Carnegie F'oundation for tho adraneoment Qf^j teaching, "serious limitations" liav~ Ing been encountered in Ha present system of* prgviding teachers' pensions. This, with interest from the' Miss J. Foley, Gait, Ontario, mistook a package of blasting ppwdor for coal dust when housecleanlns, putting it in the kitchen ranffe, with the result that" a violent en||oaton occnrredl injuring her seTsrely. Owen H. Paulso^, secretary-treasurer of the recently organised r�deral >Vi>rkePB' union, an4 R�(b�rt Gosden, otgantzer, were (iv�n a Eiintle hint by Chief ot Police Cuddy ot Calgary that they might be more welcome In some other places than In Galcary be* cause ot their conltectloa ^nlb the LW.W. organization. A bomb shell bM been thrown into the ranks ot'tho OhAt War Veterans' Association throniAnttt tbe Demlnloti by the resignation etN. F. R. Knight, who has-been secf�tanr et the Dom)n*aks ot tbe .organisation. A MESSAGE TO �ANADIANSj. Speaking *f Kdward F. Trefz who will address a mass meeting here on 'Tuesday next, the Calgary Albertan says he is a wonderful man with a wonderful messaae, and then proceeds: He comes as 'a representative ot the f7pUed States food board, bringius t&e message of tbe United States to Oanada. He will tell our people what his cootttry ^ doing to feed Britain a|id France, and will retell tho inspiring' aforr of British and French sacrifices, to tire the citizens at home with ., tbe spirit and enthusiasm of Canada's , aops.on the firing line in prance. Ur. Trefs is not meddling in Cac-ilan affairs. He iajiere at the request �f our fOTernment to tell of the i-eal 1 The time is past for^ talking' of peaQe by negotiation. The time has come when Jjie allied peoples must steel their hearts and prepare for eriry sacrifice. Militarism reigns supreme in the. central empires. No hope should be entertained that the German and Austrian people will rise up against ^tbelr rulers as did the Russians, who, instead of following up their straggle for freedom, merely fell a prey to the iron heel^of Oer-raany. There is only one hope now for world delirerance, and that is to flCht. All other considerations must be dropped. To accomplish victory there are three things the alHes must have In unliutlted st)pply-men, food and transportation facilities. We may. as well face the situation right now and prepare to provide these in a continuous stream. All otlier considerations must be subordinated. The German militarist has chosen battle to the bitter end. Every alHed resource must be marshalled that the sacrifices of the past three and one-half Tears sbail not ha^ been in vain. " , � � Canada shoiild prepare without delay to go the whole length ot her resources.^ in doing her share to win final victory. Indications are not lacking that such preparaMons are under way. More t^etlc ^gulations for providing man-power ire about to he announced. We have come to le^m that food restrictions are growing more stringent. Canada is building ships to transport her men and her supplies to the fighte'rs. Canada is doing much already but we can do infinitely more, it reiaaius for the government at Ottawa to direct all our resources Ijito the chunncl.s where most good will bo accomplished to- and high priced cars are* showing ' themselves in Cardstdn. among the tanning community, and taking it altogether, the automobile industry is very flourishing here. /' Although spring wefk A* keeping everyone very busy, land sales are still reported, some of tjie latest being the Coe farm of -oire-Balf section, at Taylorville, sold ,to Mr. Benjauiin Marsden through tb^ local agents ot the Standard Trust company, and a half section of land juat west of the ! Kootney river to Messrs. W\ Otis Bigelow and Orson O. Bigelow, for ranching purposes. The town coiy^ii held a epec^l cBlnmittee meeting on Monday nigkt to discuss the advisability of securing an expert electrician to make a survey of the present plant and get Uls expert advice before making any changes or alterations. This was un-, anlmously agreed on, the work'being i left to the mayor and the chairman ot i the water and light committee. The man and team hired by the town is making a considerable difference on the roads, and the repairs are very much appreciated by autolsts e.specially. The regular meeting of the town council will be held this evening, at which time the chief item of discussion will be a proposed sewerage sy.s-tem for the most thickly populated portion of the town. Preliminary plans and estimates have already been furnished by a competent engineer, so that none of the work will be attempted without efficient and^expert advice. The condition ot Douglas Stoddard, who was seriously injured in the automobile accident a' few days ago, is very serious. Everything that medl-. cal aid can do is be(ng done for him. Ottawa, April 18,-Considerable opposition to till! renewal of tbe charter ol the Montreal, Ottawa, and Georgian Bay Canal Company was ad-w,'?Td the ultimate end. .The people | vanced when the bill granting exten- Over die top � s - i Clothi The.o)[iiy way to dominate is to hake die power. That is why FASHIONCrAFT Clothes hold supremacy wer to make and Fit, to last and give service wa: to please and retain the pleasure of Canada will accopt the dictates of leaders v^ho show a determination to use Canada's every resource in a supreme effort to crush the German monster. ICeep tbjB spade busy;food restric-^ tions wfU he more stringent betorcfj they are made easier. sioti of time to 'the company for the completion of the undertaking came before the railway committee of the house this morning. Under the terms of the bill the rights of the government to take over the works are preserved and it was tliouFirht hy severarmembers that the government miglit refuse to renew the charter or to compensate the company for any amount it has spent on the undertaking up to tho.i)reaent tlme~~ New models and patterns now ready for your selec-fioii--4naterial$ very varied but eadK holding die power of value Ready-foi-service or Tailored-to-measurer-satisfaction assured in either case Excliisive , SeUing Agents FASHION-CRAFT STORE LETHBRIDGE PashhtfCr^iB 2O0R0lia6bM  in 031? ;