Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
I conditioBB �Ad Intplra d� to xreatm-, AMil WIBKLV fMB ktTHBIIIDOt HKRAUD PRINT-IN� COMPANY, LIMITBD �J Wi aUMt uth. Lcthbrldf* W. A. Bucharan Frcaidcat and MftuaKinf Director TZLCPHONCt BwiMW Office .......... Mitwltl Ottic* ......... int ial4t�r� 'wb* hnm mmt* th� ol Ckiuda boBorai IN now anJ all tima aawnic tbt aatlena of the *�t'M Ha ha* riowR orar tha Rhine in a1r�htp�. � H� haa !t�aa with liU own ryM aTMaa�a �( tke tntehery and bniUI-; Uy of the Hun. I H( haa learned lo what UcKi've anc-! caait In war dapandf upon blc >rap� I in ;li(fair w�r. tftip liiiBjr.d Hrd ferentaaa million people arc In earnest and an* frowlnic mnre to i.ear ---- Waekly. t, : lail. pei yeir to f S Tfn Herald l.- pif.^ent In liirB�> i�H)!:iiio the subscription � F"v�-i> O'.ir onn Corr*!onevl Jen �en and Hrr> Ooodwin ot Ktmball. mored ahniit 4.i)i}0 head of abaep on in Itic Pi(i rt'-rrvalion lease!!, which thoy h.ivo nhtained, passtnft their iAt.a'a sTiinv lu hrr^i* ihrmigh the town aarlr this moitiiriK li I" understood that Mr fii? *^0'*'"''''**'''8. len^Mi unci Vr Ooodwin ha�e obtain 1 ! ij,,. fj,,, ,i Wuol \ r,) of .\i,>ul- ed a lurgc least' of hboiit � doien sec-' ton, row.',. *ol,i twelvi' v>oii?nu' uc'vs liiat iho li-i' r.ermau ,:;ailv on im- ;;ritii.li front ha.' I'Oeii :opul?(-d. :inil liia! then- Is no ajiyrf. ...ii: trai>�ii> tion. j Thoiitth this land cou)4 probahly have liii- 'andcd out puii!s^l;ln,>nt in^cfc been farnie�l to advant�#e. "i..^ s f, ,,i .j,.iff f c vi, . I under."to xl that Mesars. W. K. ,....n * (o .nd s�lfr i Co /.Inr. *: ,,,,hpr. A .1 Stoddafd. J. W. Kaarl. Co wrrr .-nlcrr.l to n I ,f secured farmlag leases b'tr i�inJ adjoining' Uar^alun on the day*, whtii- .>iw�fi *. I ,, !ia(i I north, and will. ihM auminer. brealc -~ Kevcral section* ayd plant ft to iiad bceiiii lo spriously threaten �i prf^i >aiien'. defended only hv to drop �ut of the "KK busin"-s in ; Ncu York fi->r fhiriy days. r>oth i corrvoration-^ were nrd^ri-d to donate to the Amorlcan lipii crop's the un-i jii.�ttflad amonnt" involved in the i transactions." Thr IkHird finds fiia' neither r,i;iipaiiy mad � for ru^ir oMonce i was in a�tiisnlnp the seller 'u pro-' fifeer ' up fall what for nett year's harvest ity the ociupaticu of the south west pan of the Blood litdlan reaerve by famiorp and ran�tiers, the town of Canlaton will n�a(arially benettt thereby, the chief necataity balnf at pr�iaeDt good roada avar Ihc Blood reserve Vota on Maapital. Laiit evening the Carditoa Uaapital a'-iocidtlon held a dirartora' maatlng at which it was de�Mad to ask the Rapaal of tha faderal charter Oi tha National Oaratan-American Alllaaca baa bcaa ayvmad anaitlmously by aa V. 8. fleaata |a�lriarr comialttae. Oor4aa Cala. -16-y�ar-old 8t)n nfa K. B. ^bitu. U.D., the new Uishop of New> fonndiaad. ha^ baeo invtalled .Inducted and enthroned ax i3i:ihop in the cathedra) Church of St. John the Baptist. 8t. Jtohn'a. Newfoundland. a flrlBf la- > Ojrarwholmad by a nwk of t^IlM __________________ ______ t�iaa, waa oytora, cottoa aaatalaaB a wwflOBil hllta4 whaij tha matshiae In which ho; braak ia pMca. fa�rtMM>BB f* waa flying, with a cadet, drtipiad iatoivaluaa ot aora thaa lll-M a aaM Lieut. R. M. MarkhaBi. atructor at Kally PI�M. toraato mualelpallty won fl�,ptala Henry Allan, a retired aeainan. Spaclal trains carrying fifty million teat ot Mr timber have left tho C.rt. Paaltic const for Atlantic and ^tUf hlpyardH. which have hecn delayed In turalnj; out wooden �Uipa by truffle tto-npa. ^t the annual meeting of the Ottawa Paople's Poruiu. those raenrbors prvaont refused to p.-t."!!) a war resoiu-tlOB aa moved by C A. Bowman, on tha froand that no one bad ever quaatlonod the loyalty of the foruai. a ttii apm irom a beifurof too Ttt^ John Shea aad Charlea Brady, miners, war* tnatantly klllad at Rntte, Mont., when the scaffolding on which they were stabtllnir gave way In the Black Hock ngne. i At the last aiectlng of the Winnipeg Medical aocleiy a resolution waa passed to the effect that M per cent Increase in feen be charged for medical work done between the hoars of 8 p.m. and K a.m. from tha MWi fahM a( Mia aarly Ib April. Martarei. ^lad Ova yaara. tbe aBlf chiM of ^. Haiaoa, of Priaea IMBart. took a few pHla wbMi riha tow� irhlla pUylnc IB the hotaa. Tka aadlctBA rnnutaia jitrytihalaa aa� tha chIM died in two hoar*. Colonel Theodora RaoaavoK baa received the Oermaa boDat which woaa-ded but failed to kill bla aea. Cat-tain VAvshia" Rooaaralt, Aariai a fa: cant engaitaffleBt ia "No Maa'a iMd" ia franca. � Many aanban a�l Aaotrtaa wamaa Owlus to a aerious uocideat. the Clerk of the church at Pmh. Mr. .Vor-1 deliver to the Japanese shipbuilders Statea bureau ot animal industry at a local packing house, died from Injifr-lea sustained whea h)� automobile - w ' "kWded and plunKed through the rail- .,1" .l^'*"'^ '"f .* slUps the ! ing on a bridge, dropplnK about thirty 11.8. War Trade Hoard has agreed to feet. Xhe estimate is made In Montraal aulboriiatlve quartern that the acreage of eraln crops iu ('anada will be i approxlioately thlrtyslx mlllloit acres i are under aurveillaaoa by lavaraaMat against about ihtrtV-threo million In aganta wUl ba arroatotf aad la-l�iT. lomed aa aaoa aa Vr�ai��at WUian - siRBs the bin wkMi iadaAaa waiaaa Lieut. Banit M. Wntson. brother of in the ctaaa ot iMaif �Ueia, C. Harold Wttlaon and Mrs. W. J. l - Southara. of Hamilton, who waH re | Miss Mary C. Rawall haa laalgaad ported killed In nctioj^ met his deiuh her ponltion aa lr Uur�a v.. Thonip.'ton. of Tnromn, fractured when aa aato craahed into bar bug gy a.� aha was driving home Oalt. Tha chaffeur did not atop, and '.ho polloo are searchinK for him. SHOULD BE CARBFUC ABOUT MAKING CHANGES. ' T... biijcgf jti'Mi :-� beltig made in ' iiitri>ortunity will be aiforded ^for 3i>u;t- ('i-.auKe� in the forui of city udmlnistraiiou. \ number of -^ua xeated cliange? have been broached, among them the proposal that a city \ manager with aa el*-, ted advisory ' board replace the prenent commission ! form of government. The lierMld would suggest that the : raiepayar.s thoroughly study the whole civic situation before going too. tar Willi any plan for a change. There ; 1h ao doubt there iiao been a growing diti|jili:ome o( the city departments. The .^allure ot the hmnan taaior however should not lead to a general condemnation of the sys-tam adopted by the cltizaas in 1>13 Oommisalon form of sovemment haa haen a good^thing fen* the city. There are ceijtain weaknesses, it i^ true, but there were greater waakaesses in irt-dermanio government. So while there is bound to be wide dUcuision (Turing the next two or three months over filling the vacancy aoon to occur tn the council the Herald urgei the most careful considera- ihe ;ood profitPir-i in tlie I'nited States The story i,> lotd in the Bul-letiu u;' llya luitect 8utei Fooo KA-niinixrration. so 'iierr is no ouertloa a �> looking after buainess Interests her�. It Is uadaratood that ba haa a large number of private loaaa ia the diatrlct. Naw (teraga Messrs. A. D Caiincroaa aad 8aa�, the chief pMtinoiers and otaaera of the Cardston Motor t^i., Ltd., ar� now housed In their beau^ltal aaw garage, which is a credit yo the town and community They havi^ Installed a ^asoltae. and watar aapply station, aad undoubtedly io4 forward to a very splendid business. U Is nnder-staod that they will taava the bast mechanics available fot^ketr repair work Me:?srs. C. E Snow A Co. are erecting a garage on tha site of tha old S. Kh�y, of Zone township, re-caatly cat down a >�oft maple tr�c. out of which he procured 1�^ Cordn ot wood Tha stamp measured I'l feat 'i inches acroaa. At a cord, a common price during the winter, the tr�c w-aa worth about fso. a corresponding amount of steel for ablpbuitdlng. ton for tuu. against dc-Mrory of the ships The U.S. Navy Department reports the deat^ ot John Parker Hawthorne, The chilrge aRMnr-t Jack W. Murray of Blcaling r �ur Und. Wo hope the Board or Trade will be aMa to laduce tha Dominion dapart-xa^imi ot agriculture w ih its exi*ari-gMBtal tans organtiation to undanahe tMt ot tha district in question A MISBAOC TO lANAOIANB, flteeklaf it Ifidward F Trefx who Tin addraaa a OMaa maatiag here on TPMiey aeit, Iho Calgary AlbarUn |gyi ha la a woader^l maa with a VOMdwfal maaaaga, aad than pro- Ne ceowa aa � repreaaDtative af the tDUte4 Statea food beard, brlngiua BMMaago o( Uo vailed SUtea tb CEwd*. He wlU Ml our yaople what Ug�MBtry ^ tdg� and Hudson. ' Mr. O F .KadersOB, a proeparons farmer iivine just aaat ot Cardston. has purchased a handsomo new Nash car Quite a uumbar ot vary aplandid and high priced eaia ara showing themselves in Cardatan. ainoag tbe farming community- e&d taking It altogether, the atltomoblla industry i� vary flourishing bara. / Although spring work to keeping everyone very buny, land aalos are etill reported, some of the iateal being the Coe farm of one-half sectioB. at Taylorvilla, sold tu Mr Ueniatnin .Marsden through ihj; local agents of the Standard Trust company, aad a half section ot land iubt wait of tha Kootney river to .Masara. W. Otis Bigelow uud Or-ion O. Bigeiow, for ranching purposes. The town coiucU bald a apecUl (iAnniittee meeting on Monday nlAt to dtscusM tba advisability ot securing an expert electriciaa to make a survey of the present plant and get hU expert advice before making any changes or alteratlana. This waa un anlmounly agreed on. tba work being left to the mayor and the chairman ot the water and light commlttae. The man and team hired by the town Is making a consldarable difference on the roads, and the repairs ara very much approcUted by autoiats especially. The reKular meeting Of the town council will be held thia evaalag, at ahlcb time the chief Itam of dlacus-(lon will be a proposed aawaraga system for the moat thickly populated portion of the towa. Preliminary plans and eailmatHg have already been furnished by a nampatant eaglnear, so that none of tha work will ba attempted wltiioitt officiant aBd|axport advice. Tbe condition of Ooaglaa Stoddard, who was seriuualy iajurod In the automobile accident a tear days afo. la very serious I'JverythiBg that modi-cal aid can do U balag doita tor bim. E Ottawa. April 18.-Conalderable op-poHliion to tho renewal ot tbe char tHr o( the Mentraal, Ott|iwa. and Georgian Bay Canal CoMpaBy was advanced when tlie bill granting estan of Uaoada will accpt the dictates of' lead ara Wbo ah�w a detertninulion to lua Qui da'a every rcHoun:!- m a aupraiR^ affort tu cruab the tierman Boaater. Keep tde apade Busy;food rcKtrlc tumpletion of the t|ndertaking came before the railway oogMiUtae of the bouse thia morning. Cndor the term* of the bill tha riKhtH of tbe goverumaot to taka over the works are praaervad and It waa thouKht by aaveral tBemberg that the RovernmoBt might rafage ta reaetp tha tiaaa tt he mora stiiBgeat bofor# charter or to cumpaaaate tha ctapany the* MMMde aaaler. L*"^ ""^ amount it haa apeat oa the Wt, IP^' dortaklag up to tbe/WgMBt I' Hi^^onlt^ way to dominate istoharve the power. That isvAw FASHI0I*CRAFT domes hold supremacy Power to make and Fitp to last and give service - NEBS Flowar to please and retain the pleasure New models and pattenjjs now leady (or your selec-fion-materiab very varied but each holding die power of vaHie Reac^-foi-eeryice or Tdlorod-to-measurer-BatisCactioa amued ih either Selling Ageoate LOUIS FASHION-CRAFT STORE LETHBRIDGE ,.f 031?