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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIXTEEN THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, APFtIL 20, 1918 SURVIVORS ' A-n Atlantic Port. April :.'().-A ,^ French steamaliip iirriving liere from an European port loilay broiiglil tl;e aurvivcrs ct :!ic Uritisli .'-li-auuM-Armonia whioli was torp.-ilooil Mfiy miles off the Krciu-h 'o;!?! his; ] liionth. S�ven of llio men in ilio on-1 gine room were killort when llio tor! Ji'edo struck. Tlic ro.-.t o;' ihc ; row .t.kI , officers wero pickeil up hy :i irawici- i and put aboard the liner. UE WELL- ^ Keeps Bees In Bedroom SONS OF ITALY LODGE OF COALHURST In Aid of Italian Hefiigses VVill Be Held In Percival's Hall, Coaiharst On FlifOi? April 26 Needs" Orcliestrd of Lethbridge Will Furnish the Music. Tickets Sl.OO Ladies'^Froe Refreshments , Everybody V/elccme GOD SAVE THE KING .AiHi^U'rilaiii. .April iiV-The GPrn>aii c lianciMlor. Count Wni Hsrtliii;;, has ri.h'iMVeil a tphnrram from Uarou Hur-;un. ;innoauciii,tr iii;: appoi'ilmonf as .�\ustro-lluni;'arian fcn-ciirn :!!inisii'r anil riMiut'slinp, ilin .^lainc tnis: .".nJ innsidoraticni as liis prcdei-ossor enjoy im\ �Tlic consoiidatioii i;!c: oi' !lu> well pro^" Clfinaiiy li:is always sis of luy poliiii'al anil strciisthiMi-I'd alliaiici" with foriiieil ilic ba-rll'orrs." ll^roji liiirian adds. "1 -.liail roi^aril it as :\\y foremost duty lo continue to build on this uiisii;'.kaliie f.lundation." Tlte rsaron expresses tiie hope tiiat in co-oporfltion with tlie ciifincellor. he will bo al^lo at a time not too far iiist;;ni. to lead tlic central powers to a just and lioitorable peace. RETURN TO HELSINGFORS Washington. ^ April 20.-'l"he state department was iuforined tiirouiiii Swedish press despatches that the Kianisli .government would return to He!s:nsf(>rs. The dainaste done in tiie city by the recent ii'ghtin.t; was slight, it was stated. T!ie Kioverumen; has liern removed to Vassa. Shirts^ Gloves Enosm fnm Ccatt to Ctast TN-IA 746 RFSOONZt 'T'HE aeroplane is speaking by wireless to the �� artillery cotnmander: "Tariel Sn. 1. Drap a fr.c I'r.rlh or. :pti: Xo. 746 in Area TX. Tk,-rt a column o' ahdul 31)1) marcidni iXortI:. I slcr.d by lo correct -J' fire." Z 1 4-50-"\nu art liifi-.ny, 50 yards lo thr Soutk-Eatt oj my Ture^/l Xo. / ." Z 1 li D-" ri:rjr; .Vo, 1 '.i-ipedmtt. "iiop firf." The fascination of aerial obserration is partly in its supreme importance and partly In the scope It ofiers for indindual achievement. Young men of fair education, alert men 18 to M years old, are invited to enroll as cadets and receive Instruction ill this highly specialized work. While training for commissions cadets receive $1.10 p^r day. ?4en who come within the provisions of the M..S.A. are eligible only iiftcr having joined their Depot Battalion, when they may, witiMhe consent of their Commanding Officer, he discljarjcd foi-re-enlistment in the ll.F.C. Vr'rite for Booklet, "Air Hoross in the Makiiig," and apply directly to one of the foiiowlng addresses: RECRUITING OFFICE - 304 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG MALCOLM YOUNG, SHERIFF, LETHBF.IDGE LADY VINCENT MEREDITH, wi 1 .Niontrc.-il. i c- : ; > ? > o : "It's cvorybody'j business ? ;. | ? business to Iteip. everybotly s > tage. remeinberins not to run to ? � extremes but that while every v kind of wp.r work is important. V food iiroduction comes l^irst." : -L:'.iiv Vincent Meredith. ? : ? (' > * * Perhajts no oihi?r in the Do-tnir.ion is adding to the country's food ; supi.'y in qnit^-i tiie same fasliiou as | Ltidy N'iaccn: Me.-edith-that is to say. | by k3Lpii;.%' bees in he;- bedroom. It I i3 no; e'lactly a war-lime messure. for i she itas iiad thetn for five years, but. | as a practical apiarist, she does advo- ; cate bpe-keepin,? ft r women as one j v,-ay ot helping lo meet the food short-1 age. t'he itss five iiives nitag-sther and gets rhe be.= i yield from the or.t' she ! lieeps iu;-idc all the year round. U v,-e.s a ilc^i.iedly interesting sight to see these- bees amidst their luxurious surrcundinrs.' 1: was evident i.hiit they were thriving, and there was a ' liveliness' apparent amongst them despite tlie fact it was a cohi Marcli day. i Tiie indoor hive looks for all the! world like a dimiiuitive refrigerator. � it is firmiy attached to tlie window, ar.d there is a siuaii aperat^rc ihnus!; | v.iiicli tiie bees can ;;et out to the I tlowers. They can be seen through' glass when the cover is removed, just i a.s if they were in tin incubator. ! "But don't they ge: round the room and stiitg you? ' was what naturally occurred to one to ask. ; "Of cour.'c they do. and especially at swarming liine. In Tact, tliey sr^me-times got ail over the and we iiave quite a time putting thein out." Lady ?ueredith didn't seem to mind this in the least. The bees are such , a (a.scinating study that she is sure any woman who takes up bee-keeping casually will end by being e.xtremely ciithtisiastic over it. 3.iDre than that, l she believes tiiat it might be made a; very profitable war-time industry. She ' does not give her bees' any sugar.  They iiave paid their own way all; along, and, had she kept them for profit, site would have hat! excellent I returns. One year the "bedroom hive" yielded ISO pounds, which is rather a remarkable record. 'Is it true that the more confidently I you handle them the less you are j stung?'' Lady .Mereilith was asked. i "1 haven't found it so. I'm, certainly not afraid of them, but; they continue to stiug me just the same." Then the bee enthusiast pointed out tiieir hunting ground on the terrace below \\;*iere in summer th**o is a wealth of blossom. But' there is a kitchen garden, too, wliere enough is raised to keep the family well supplied with ail kinds of vegetables. in fact, both Sir Vincent and Lady .Meredith believe that people no*, en-.-jaged in heavy tnanual work sheuld turn vegetarian during tiie summer as a war-time measure. When ask^-d for her opinion on the frequently repealed assertion tliat, while women are willing to save and substitute, men. generally speaking, insist on iiaving all they want lo eat, Lady .Meredith championed the opposite sex and declared that she believed them to be quite as ready to give lip and sive as women are. Witii clear and vigorous ideas of her own on the food quesUon, Lady .Meredith is emphatically of the opinion that all healthy women should do something active uiid outdoors till.-? year to add lo the country's food su])-ply. "if I were only thirty years younger, there's nothing I would like better than to go out on the farm myscdf. .\nd when I say that, 1 am thinking of mixed farming, although I think a j great many might specialize in dairy- i ing, poultry raising, bee-keeping and i HO on. There are so many things a{ woman c:;n do now that she has never had the chanca lo do before. "1 do believe that people are doing more in the way of saving food than j they are getting credit fur. The most | essential thing in meeting the food ; situation and all otir other war prob-' ieins i;; siin];dy to be self-posse3.-:etK to go carefully and avoid getting hysterical. iCducalion i.s better than com-pulsioii at tiii.-; stagf), and 1 heartily Pliprovi (if tile (;d-:-jati,-)na! campaign ' I ..' thi' !.�,,,� (toKi-;, with lis wlde-1 bVK-ead diffu.'ioa ol inforniHtion re-1 fo oi the' President of the B.tnk of garding the food situation in ICurope and the responsibility resting on us to do our share. it sesms to be human nature to want 'Thou Shalt ,Not' tacked on to every food sacrifice that is iisked of us before v,'e can soo tlie necoaalty for ooinpIyitiK With rognla'tioiis. Why cati't wo tnliQ them all a,s they come out, study them carefislly and adopt them IniiiipfHately? Tho.3e that apply lo eatiiiK houses wo might voluntarily Introduce in our homes, Thero would be no difficulty about it if people were not so busy looking for flaws, "I don't see that much is to be gain-� d by airing the afternoon tea qiios-lion," Lady TMoreditli opined when asked how she felt about this. "For all the food people eat at teas it is neith(>r hero nor there atid It often serves to break one's appetite for dinner. If drlpking afteriiiooii tea is going to niako you oat less meal at dluner. Ihon, by all means,, have afternoon tea! 'it's everybody's business now to he interested in the food (luestion, everybody's business to help, everybody's business to distribute his or her energies to the best advantage, rumembering not to run to extremes, but that while every kind of war work is important, food production oon\es first." FASTSfllPBUILOING Seattle, Wash,. April :o,-Fifty-five working days ago the keel of the steamer West Lianga was laid here for the United t^tates shipping board. Announcemont was made tliat the sliip was ready to bo launched sliort-ly after noon today and establishes what the builders says will be a world's record for fast ship construe- ' tion. Tl;e West Lianga will be the ijtleenth steel steamer launched for the goveruir.cut by yeattlo yards this year. Tiie fiCteon total IDfi.tOO deadweight tons. The West Lianga is of; SSOO tons. ! GETS MILITARY CROSS Vancouver, April 20.-W. G, Mc-Kenzie, local manager for Wood Val-lance and-lji-tBgatt has been advised by cable thn!4ils son, 'VV. (1. .McKonalo jr., with the flying corps has been i.wardoti the Military Cross. FvlUNICIPAI^ITIES CONVENTION Victoria, It. V., April 20.-The Ca-iiaditiii Union of M(iniclpali(ies will hold its annual cortferunce in \'ic-loria July 10 and 11. according to^a message received today by Mayor 'i'oild from Secrotiiry Lighthall, Rose mur.Icipallty, Mrs. .7, Ilourlo ycH-tonlnv gave, birth to four children, all of whom uro living. Tlio King's bounty of five pounds will bo upplieU for, ' DEFENDS TITLE WILL NEED THE BOUNTY l)aupiiir�, .MtU4i, Api'll 20.-'-In Su, _I-:-- I'lilsburir, April L'O.-Successfully ilel'onding lier tlUo us National Champion llreast Stroke Swimmer at -00 ,v�rd,s, .\!|�� .Mabel Arklio,'of I'hllariRl-phla, ill (III (iqiiatic mi^otlng at the Pittsburg .�Vllilelic AsHOciation here liiHl nighl, set ii rrcw Amerlcini record of ;!,L'7 for the distunci^, IMiss Huili Smitli of (Joluinbiis, Ohio, was only a few indies behlml the I'htladolpliia swimmer and tilso boMorod the old record ot ;;,:n; E-^ery Man Who Enjo2?sGoo arid isn't getting it at home ought to take matters Into liis own Kands, and write for our booklet:- "Perfect Coffee - Perfectly Made" We mail it fripa to e-Oer^ man (and Woman, too) vJKo uppreciates a delicious cup of coffee. Write today for your cop;^. CHASE & SANBORN - MONTREAL Blenderi end Roisters of "S*�il Brand" Cofife* mm MLS Seems just li!:e you walk on cushions, Or had velvet on yo-.r feet. When ihe shoe man putson"Gat's Paw" And you st^p out, down the street NORTH LEtHBRIDGE 1 GOSPEL HALL (LATE 5TH AVE. N. BAPTIST CHURCH) Services (D.V.) Every Lord's Day Conducted by John Rae, 635 13th St. N. SUNDAY SCHOOL, 3 TO 4 R,M. GOSPEL SERVICE, 7.30 P.M. x Commencing Sunday, April 21st Evening Subject: "God's Gospel and Satan's Counterfeits. Object of Mission: To preach the Gospel, To Teach the Gospel, To Defend the Gospel.. Fellowship In prayer of all the Lord's people earnestly requested. EVERYBODY WELCOME mm Cat's Paw SeTie.% A'o. l - Walchfor No. 2. We are Showing a Nice Assortment of Go Carts AND Sidewalk Sulkeys Care-free Sport Glorious sport is motor cycjling! It brings the country to the city and puts your favorite recreation spot but a few minutes away. Care-free sport is it �when you ride an Indian. So powerful, so speedy - and withal so simple and reliable. Exclusive comfort features. Long mileage on tires. Low cost for gasoline. Let ycur Indian dealer tell you how easy and clean it is to ride an Indian. Let him show you all the Indian features-found on no other motorcycles. Know why this is the world's greatest motorcycle, and why it is the most economical motorvehicle in the world. HENDEE MANUFACTURING CO., Springfield, Mas*. The new models of Indiana are the fine�t we have ever built. The Powerplus Motor enters its third year the fastest, most pawerful, strongest, most accesiiibie, quietest stock moior ever put into a motorcycle. Big- smashing improvements and refinements. Exclusive^ Indian features. Comfort you can get in no other machine. AT FROM 4.50 to $30 These Are Very Good Values McDonald Lethbridge Lowest in cost, operation and upkeep. C. G. Olander �24 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH Do pot let Fear of Pain deter you from Dentistry THE old time nervc-racUing torture of a dental operation is a thin.g of the past-  Science and modern methods of painless dentistry have made it so. With duo regard to all the branches of dental science we have niiule a special study-a lifetime study-we inighl say ot Ihe best inotliods to achieve the inise and comfort ot each patient. 'I'o many we arc kno,wii ' as tlic "Gentle Dentists" because Dentistry Ae We Practise it Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards'& Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott B!k., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. 7201 ;