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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGF, rim rillOAY, Al'hll. 9ft, Ch: DAILY AND WEEKLY Suticrlptlcn Riiti: fir MJJ Weekly. by null. lo Daily, iwr bl mill fa f Wceilr, by mill. TELEPHONES Editorial .'OlttH-'; W. A. Bucrianar. 1 President and Msiuslns Director. Johtv Torranra.' Duslncss Detei or eiplrr ot sabj.-rtfUoBi pear'dcMy on address libel.. Accept- or papers alter dale li sulhorilr (o cooliiiuo Ihi 'jubicrlp- Uoo. .Ycur King ind Gauntry need you A'rfat Hwjf itl Mrthfr MfV la Socihiin Mtvctk ivlt thtt In prvvliGmlati Mus UsiieJ frora Kdiuouloii JfUlrj AiMil JUb Arbor IVjy In tomh. It surely wttuld bivo ruMM further founts frrai the IwrU II ai'pwlitlra vl tfco of ihli bid fhouu Iii way. However. that IKvirJ Tnite fcss hamta! whole maiitr orer to ihi? Cliy Council, 11 is to iho Inter IwJy W uisfce Arbor [Uv mean There an? hundreds !D Ibe oily vho vrlll go to HeDtterpon Park and If the plan ts crganUcd. There are several sol- diers' vlots then? which should be attended to without delay. To put those plots In shajw would be but a small piark ot appreciation (or what these nobjf bays Rra doing for us at the ttoVt let tlie plan (or a of Arbor Day irf1-. rest jo erne siilc. PICKED thflr tt.C- In tMiaoulon. W WlUwi. ot PROGRESS ;.-T- i THE WAR Desperate attempts Germans stem the flood of tbe advance Lave bcon.nlsuial fall-1 and the enemy has suffered col- looses since the opeainj of ihe ,'.rtriva at tho beginning weeK. divisions of Germans were Ihrown Into the breech in the llinden- 'burg line torn open by ibVFreneb. be- SolrEons and Reims'in the vi- or JaTrincourt, but .ibis ESTe the lerrtble-slatishler of inagnlilcent regirccnia. "-Thla was a v'-Trpak point In'lLe German-lines and IL ;i'Ts-as Impossible to siem trie-French ad- jtheMlritlsh .'frpnir'lrieyGerQians defence of and 'In ine attacl which (bey expect the UrilUh to toake the weather clears. The Ger- mans are now us 105 their heaiy guns against the British In order to prevenl preparailocs from 'going forward, bul the British are ready for the on -these places, -which should result-In their quick capture. )Vflh wheat at per buthel.-we UolieVc tb'e of the west would he" quite. satisfied were iho govern- ment to siei) In and do Fomelhtus to control prices. The present prices ard getting out of bounds. Th'ere happy .SWAPPING POLICIES THE RAGE AT OTTAWA. The Borfen. government is gaining for itself a noble reputation n: Ewallower of policies. Back In 1900 Premier Borden and his associate objected to making a moaey contrlbu _lion to the-Ilrltish navy, J preferring-t build a. Canadian navy, which woul lie; Canadian Ehlpi-affls an Eiantiodf I by 'Canadians. the Eivallowcd thai, policy at the Ifistfgn tion.of Henri Boura.ssa-a.nd Uieir-Na i -tionalist allies in Quebec, snbstitutln j therefor a money contribution policy anc! now when Canada should he In building Empire tqier chant marine the facilities whic would have been provided by the 191 ,t policy are lacking. The swallowing or. all the Borile gOTernmeat and supporters have sal ?t against free wheat Is .another case i point.- And iipv. Instead" of swtiiloT i; Mr. Borden will cough up the nalura resources oE Alberts, and Ssskatch 'l ivan as he promised la 1911 he vroul reversal of policy would i complEfe. ALBERTA PRODUCTION CAMPAIGN PRAISED U very orien that Calrary Lrlng.ILself lo give rpn -'.mead of to Eh'all, provmcial minister ot c (nre, hut his campalgri through th of the province for prodact'on this ,vear meeting TT" the a'ppfoTal oi the Herald .irblcli.h to" say: v_ Hon. Duncaa Marshall Is lalkJn --to the people of an days in a series -f prepared Jmsnts: appcaricB In the daily a press- .The minister ot ag A young "-Tsiau carried the Stars d Stripes Into battle ai the battle Vfray JUdge on the point of his yppel. ;His La me vis unknown yot. e wag' wounded In Iho chargo and Is In hospital. But his name i i down on the pages ot Uncle Sam's story books. Tho Moose Jnw News frankly :ad- hack of the tree ivli dire at'Ottawa when. It says: 'The dScatlons are that with this I heat Uau'e out of- the way, there [U pot.heJ.6O much hai leori'ln Sack'sIchewart politics." We ate To thank the News for confirm .5 oiir-pr'evious Impressions. ;The .vrajnfood prjce? In: Canada' .Imbinp.f paCrlolic allowances heginnlng to' come short of meet ag the needs of those dependent on hem. jAJid many of those, who an opiribQiihg. are beginning to fini tat the strain is growing too heavy 'he government should do some- by way o[ supplementini he allowances or controlling fpo Calgary, [s oflidilly aunounciM winner of the U.C.M. Tbc ballistliiB of the CanaAlau !orlheru Goose l.ako line bo couipMcd ihlB spring. It Is said ic woife will cost nearly JoOOfOOO. The Moatroal boarJ of control ask he dly council lo rtmeur in n prt> (or to cover ie'city's'deficit ol the current-year y means of a loan. Mr. Justice McCarthy has awarded laltiiHT tho EUUI of with osts, lu the cisp of Dr. W. A. llor- au vs. the of EilDioulon. Dr. torsau sustained personal injuries hi street rar accident. Ks.abKshuieul of. a branch dead etter office on Mfij- 1 at San Fran :u to dispose of undelivered mall states west'or the Rocky mouu- alns rvas ordered by Poslmaslcr Geu- ;ral Durlesou.1 Tho in the first day's pa- riotic campaign in-V.'slkervlllo, Sand- tut df W, tsl A branrh or of of Tor-' bevj( known Ubor uicii, IK He WAS of hRe aud n o( 'J P. vU' l boatd.-.ttc1 Jrusteo ------.....tJio o( rlUe (lii soil ot Iho .V former Mghlfral (it or lU Tbs arv Miotu fur ftrc lu i'io Iliu JlrllUh. UnltM ti N'ortli oulond tuto "j'Urf for t crop nol New IJ.ilS. d, Pflorln Oil- seeds 1 uegollHllouj oulo cdjUy by plf-'dcorgc (lie firal Iho oClcied. hout thctr couxeul I Ion U would liAto boo llo iiricfrs worn avnhlablo In the Ignited Siak'd probably rinsing much and Pure Blood You can your In it clfttr BEEfflAMS nus I.K'ut. Mnillsty, of j. lUMlioy, dlnrlft lUK-rliitoiHlnii ilio lu (o lnroHi comiulssloqr :for ibo lssloqjr :for ibo pr rlj'f the InLer- Layo l In ihc ovcraeas Cana- dian K.tpoJftlonary Force, anO of Ihcic 27 Lave l iLc great sacrifice-.. Tito Ktug 1ms conferred tliigutshed Premier Ills- Service Order: unou pi _______ Ililftl Llcul.- CoiunJandcr Arthur AsquUb, Hoj-al Naval Volunteer "Ileeorvo, for :uous gallantry aud devotion '.The situation, liovvevor, Itiii liat tlio cffccl of tho .government's recent action hi removing tlta 111 60. to tho re- of anil tho United Slates, the two countiloa Mug mul- r agreed 01; tlie common nhu of foodsturrs lf> Great llrllali tho nllles. In tbcio clrciiiustan res lha of the prlco of tho of tho countrlca be comes more prncUcalle. "It U bclloved negotiations lo that" end nrc now proceeding." wleh. Ford and Wludsor-resulted In a total of subscribed. Several subscriptions Including n cfceque (or Jl.UOO came from Detroit.' COALDALE (From Our Correspond. Coaldnle. April reopen- ed on Monday after (ha Easter vaca- tion. A number, ol little tols had :helr firsl day at school. llev. ilr. Darner, superintendent of missions In the Methodist church, was R visitor, in town last Saturday. Mr. Barner. was delighted .with the Methodist parsonage recently erecLcd Her. J. M. Fawcetl 'delivered a mis- sionary address-on Sunday afternoon, after Trhlch the annual oft tin Auto: Livery OVERLAND, ANIGHT' Phone AND DAY 717 nes'ola beLiveeu both cases. Canadian -points'' in DotU are confined to [heir rooms To some a result.' We will b glad to sec them around again. Mis Schimet is assisting cdvery. A..--IL manager of Milchcl.- Nursery, was' in Monday tlOO lOpQ SUppIv." evenins deHvering p. lantern lecture The High Cost of Indi- gestible Food falls heavily upon' the there is no intelligent direc- plcdgcd resources for the pr'es- irvatjqn Empire, and to estab- lish a' lasting and honorable peace. These.facls poinu to. the conclusion that in- fulnre the Dominions should share _. Tn the policy by that.'peace may be kept. iirilte, therefore, in urging' a rulL of tbo Eubject without deieyi an'd we venture to sl here- on "Town Beautifying." Surely some of -the prairie-towns could follow Tabor's ciamplc.' Perhaps 11 cannot be done, .hut not so, and we of no one better able to tell how it may be done than Mr.' Mitchell. The household science short course of iinde'rp'the'.direction of the Women's in the domestic room nf (he-school this evening. The course Consists ot practical demohstralions in cooking, home first-aid, of chil- dren, room, etc. The course free anil all aro cordiaily Incited to altenil. .Miss M. IlayVard, household scfence in the -Agricultural jn Abroad on. which shown her deter- nd strenglhen minatibn preserve a: IhVtlw which'ncrHT-blnd Britain and other portions of the Bri- tish ''II.'.-Effecll.iFe organization of the Empire must hot involve any sacri- fice bf'responsible government In do- mestic affairs or the surrender of school, Claresholra, will have charge of the cooking and. Miss R.N, of'Jefferson Park-_h6spjlalr Chi cflgo, will conduct the 'Qrst :ald arid nursing '.The. COUFEC opens' at o'clock and will be conllriueil ever afternoon at 2. heil 'a ''forenoon class.' ore glad to ta.be ahlc to rcpor Miss O. P. MacCohnack'BjCondllioi Improvcdf allhoi] :ihe Allifid.annica In lhat the people grow crerrlhlng pcs- have1 a Tolce in determining Ita rela- keep the fighters well fed. the Eake'of the individual -ht argues rightly thai each'farnlly sbpuld -..as'Iar-as possible, utilize- Ibe tlons-wlth other States. 'We think therefore, that xaf.'lls .disposal In prodacing the food for Ii3 own sustenance as a thrift circiirnslancea permit, politlc- thrbuehdut the Empire, fr- -LETKERIDGE SHOULD. OBSERVE ARBOR DAY. The HeraM quite agrees Lhal, lizl the merchania of Lethbridge u> figcre largely Jn the demands of customera district, holidiys la en then in' a manner to torce concern, neverll.G: '5'leK ve H would have lean of wisdom If ihey had waived tteir In the matter of th? >rbor fcy fcolJJij-, and for ihli year tt Tcflit, pfven their wliolehcarlctl to naXe the day a mtmcrabie ;6ne annaTs of ihe part hlstorj-l For .Lethbrldge Is known Ly Its much to-advc-rtlae ,-un faVorablsr-ia.the. world as. any- Uilne rin sliosr a stranger. the lloxtrdfof respective of party, ahonld meet to cocslder ihe prohlem.1 WAR. LOAN Ajiril IS, via A.Berlin dispatch gives the amount of thq SDbEcrlptlDn? to the slilh war loan as marks excluslre of conTerElons of older war loans. The tptjil for all loans exceeds marks. We hare been accuslomeil to scein only C.I'.H. cara'on the But for the last two .or three weey there la scarcely a day; but a Unfo Pacific car -.la at'" tbe'" plaifprrn wit settlers' effects 7roih California, beln unloaded. New farm machinery Is corning largR: hard- ware Is. being albckcd -for trio new farms, Fencing nialcnala arc com- ing In also. Lund a already soltl over six cars of posts arid their yard Expensive high ;proteid :oods, suchi as beef and mpose a heavy burden upon the liver and kidneys. They are not as nitritipus as cereals and .fruits. Shredded Wheat Biscuits with milk, supply air the nutriment needed for a. half day's work at a cost of only foiir or five cents. Cut out meat and eggs, eat Shredded Wheat Biscuit j green vegetables aiid fruits .arid see how much you feel. For breakfast with hot milt cream. Canada: Notice to Farmers! We supplied yon >vitl) help in Hie fJill of aurt several years lie- HAVF. ,MADE SIMILAR AHRANOEMENTS TO MEET YOUR DEMAND THIS YFAR FROM OUR LETHBRIDGE CALGARY OFFICES. Send now. in your oi'rtci's We have' the men. PHONE YOUR ORDERS, 1112 LETHBRIDGE, MM55, CALGARY. JL Harris Go. i" EMPLOYMENT AGENTS LETHBRIDGE CALGARY S2-C FARM L.; L.-. Hartman, provincial government-agent (Dept. of Ag- for the distribution of labor Iri the LeLhbrldae. District Kns'iakcn offices'In the Board of Uelh brrico BOtJl.TpN'S AUTO UVJERY Ltthbrldgt, "Alhcrtl We know the "country Ihor (Highly.' -L We have hjH the experience. is paid fftr. Kelp Should get In touch with Mr. Hartman at and should state wages. and 'class of men required. liavo 'a number.oC eipcr- Jcnccil married, couijjca who. .want.cmploymonL v.-ith fanners. number, or iipiillcanla for .'opcrallnff- (rpctor Requiring work-will be dtrected if call at the offfce. V Prospective :IIoine.secUer.s receive Information re- garding homesteads In the province and be supplied with maps, literature, rates, etc., by plied high with TO ore: Three' SI a'udc Mak-a-Traclora made their appearance, here a few days ago. Krcrj1 available eource of power fs bcjog utilized' this -spring1. MAY RECRUIT NOW FOR ALLIES IN U. S. April Webb bill (o'permit foreign governments al war with1. Germany. In rtcnilt their rltlzcns Jr.jlhts country for their aim- les passed the house today without a roll call. WON'T CONSENT TO PEACE Washington, Apr. rcariied-XVaahlriftlori (wiay Inat under no conditions that are now conceiv- ahTe.-vfill. iiie.provisional 'government oE lo the ovcrturea from Opriiian.'ahd Aas'irlan Socialistic rep reEcniallvca. to "a. mm mm ARE YOUR ENGINES EQUIP- PED FOR We are well equipped to handle all kinds of repairs. High grade wcrk at a reasonable priee ri our' motto.' We- Guarantee Satitfacllon Our'Prkei NIVEN BROS. 216 First Ave. S. Dress Qlothes de Luxe As Tailored by our clothes arlists Absolute in style and fit moderate' satisfaction sure.-'--" LOUIS KEEL King Edward's Phone" 1016 Of AH; WesternT fansfer.Co. 1 1 Pi-R. .Frei PHONES- 1064 DRAYING OF ALL'KINOSV COAL C. i .ELECTRICAL JSUPPUES 1 ALL ABLEC.- TRIC'AU W.L. McKcnTiifi Co. .PHONE Waii CAR LOTS OR LESS' Mutt be iound whili 'stock. Phone 732 ;