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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta . PhOR FOUR THR LETHBnmr.F. DAILY ^ HRnALD SATrRDAY. APRIL 20, 1918 itetbbtibae Derail %etb�rlOae, Blbcrta oailv'anu WCCKLY Pnmnntn and PubiitMrn fN� LITHBRIOOI HKHALD PHINT- i , INQ COMPANY. LIMITtr m (tft ttrMt South. LathbridH w. a. m�har.�� Prwtdrat mnd M�n�rnf Director T�tePMONI� iBMlMaa Otiica ......... [illUrtol OttiM ......... ubaarlptlan Rataji Aeltverail. car we�k . i\r. dellrerad, par year . ift^, bf mail, per raar .. akir. by mall per year Naturally Iherr are xoitiR to ho dit- j fIcaltiM In tbei way of tho ndoptlon j of the plan, hut thrno can be taken j rnre of provided the no�ernniont l� prepared to lako ttroiiR mfnsures. For one thing, a raucU larnor Kupply of labor for the coal mints 1� needod. ThU niuat be aappfted. and nothing I>� aIloir��d to prevent tkc men working ateadily to meet the demand for tbe oatpaL rare ainat also be taken with tlio Bualn^.a Manager; ,^^p^j^j,^^ etorage of coh!. The greataat poaalble amount of ator ace ipM* miut be provided in ?m katchvwsn and Manitoba, nnd thi� muit b� tUlad before the crop tnov� maot la tbe falL The movement of the crop la the lir�t eonsideratlon a' ter Septembar 1. No large move"ieni of coal eaatward may be expected for 1�S, .15 091 three montha after that date K.xrly ..14.0* .I1.M kly. by mail, per year to U.S..I3M Dtttea at oxptry of aabacriptioaa ao-�Mr dally on addresa label Aeeapt-Mca of paper* i.flc explrati>.n data la ;'Mr authority to rontinua the anb-acrlptlon. V -L_________,.r^...,. . THE PROCREM OF THE WAR The Gerraana are evidently ex-Aauated by their terrific and gan-�rallr futile attacka upon the BrItUh Usea, aitd have conducted no further j attacks or movement*. The reporta ^ yaaterday were all to the effect that I 4niet prevailed (or the tnoat part ^lonr tlie frt>nt. The G�rman� may i� plannlBK an outbreak at a new >0int. The knowledge that Italiann are tIShUpK with tha Freacb oo yvencb front is eacouraffng. IlalUfeB. U ia aald. have  kuge number of man ready (or aervlce. but wkhout training or equipment. The Vraneh and Brltlah are ready to sup-tiy tOam with these storage ia thereforo Imperative Having taken the !�tep which mAkois Alberta the sole source of coiiI supply for the prairie provinces, wo 'injie the government, will see to i- tiiat Alberta is given every oppiirtiiaitv t > make good. BUSY BUR b (From riur Own rrtrr��t)Ot>d�it> The Harrard afkool Is now located on Vulcan atraat. Mr. Vlrlch Intenda to tranafonn tame into a dwelling bouse. We welcome Mr. Sohrader �nd family to our community. Mr flchrnder has taken over the Burwash place one mile west of town. Buay Town. It pays to have a sanitary inspoctor Champion bacU yards �tc looking quite reapeetable now. Champion certainly is one of the busiest towns on the line About 200 Champion .\prll - Mr. and Mrs ^.g,, \\mA up Main atreet on Saturday J N roMivbler returned from' ,�,nln� !��� ^ Californ ;i wlierr they have spent tho DILLVOALLYINO WITM THE FEDERAL STRIKE. It may appear like a small thing to t^e department ot labor that a small coal mine employing 35 men i.s idle 1� the Lethbrt4ge (leld owing to a dia-agreeinent between the niiners and the mine management, but it is not ao small a� the effort the department seems to have made to settle the trouble. Tbe coal that 3.5 men can THE TAX SALE ADVBRTISINO Commissioner Orace. .imonir others, is making a malicious attempt to put tlie Herald in wrong witii tho jnib!ic by insinuating that tho iier.ild endeavored to "put one jvor in the manw of the tax sale advertUlnj; The facts have not been stated The Iferald submitted to the commissioners the reRular. long-oshib-Ushed rate for such advertising, a rate that has always been paid with-the out ijuest'on by the city commission- ! The ' er�*for several year* to tlie IleraJil. and also to the other paper It was the rate paid to tho other paper la.�t ! ^-^j year for tha big V. .M. C. by-law without tender. It is a lower rate than charged In \leglna, Calgary and Kdmonton (or municipal advertising, and the same as is cliarged by weekly papers in .Mberta. The Herald was asked verbally to submit its tender. When the matter came up in council the oltier paper submitted a lower rate. The matter was passed upon by the council, favorable to the olh�r paper, the mayor not Toting, being a aharehoUer of the other paper. The Herald at once wrote a letter. winter j CharliO W"ooler�. an old-llmer In: '.his district, afte.- iiaviiit; tested horse' pcwor tractor for a number o; years ha-, roionlly ot.o to the cnncluslc'n th >t motor pov.i�i- Is the only iiieuns t'.i>'s.> days of ,;ri>ator production Cl'rrlio ha;i Iio;u-'if .I I-'cVd .Taclcr. Tho iioiiv 'if t!i" tiuo* Is in process of ci nstriio'iiiti ' the d);-crtlon of H i;,.l. rr, Thos CiU ani .Vr. Warr-'a, proprietor:* o( Ch,-�miiio:.'.i inc.�t ninrUe'.. were h:!"'iif.s,y. May 24. n.iUon. oi The Home tirain P'tttiric up a palatial residence on I'ut ifio avoiiu.->. Mr Warro'i putting Up a fine ics donoe oTi l':t\8ii?n atreet. Mr. .> members In 1.".>7I branch nalons. .lohn 1>. Rockefeller has lost many Hervants at hia I'ocantico Hills country place, owing to the army draft, loHcph llowlby and .lames tiamble were killed near Chatham wlien their automobile overturnetl into a ditch. combined mnn'hants Olato of the late ,Iarciues Parent, (who demanded $15 a year, and the MontrenI householders last year to oppose Ice M.L.A., of l.eteller, Man., was valutnl at |369.9TT.ti2 by the .Manllidia Pro vtncial Treasurer prion this summer will be |lii. It is stated that the (iovemment - Iins passed nn order-ln-CouncIl reduc- 8t. Thomas ooimiil appointed Ins the pay of civil servants serving Mrs F. Clapp aince returning from | Colin J. Mucdonald as superinit ndont overseas to their military pay the east has been quite ill Site was of the municipal Kas plant, at a sal taken to the hnspltAl In ( al^ary Inst ary of |l,80(i a penr \\'e>dnesday where she has undergone ' - an oi>eratioB. The report to date is ^ Inlsnd revenue offioe is to he that Mrs. Clapp is recoverlni: very' moved frotn Wuulsoi Postoffice, nloely. 1 where it has hot n for more than ;;o Mr Bunting, of the National Kleva-j y-*"- Walkorville tor. left Monday last for Saskatche- ],..,,, ! Edward PurtoU. yeoman of Mr. Alluni, our local jeweler, has ; SophlnsburR town^liip. I'rin.o K.I-put jp a r.-w r,�nlng over his store, i county, was the vl.tim of a Ciunder Nelrson Is showinn a truly accident wlion he fell ii[)on a The di.-xoveiy of tliree dynamite patrintk spirit these dav^ Mr. Neir- ''Irrt'lar saw. fuses, lyiim near an elevator 'contain- son is getting three lots into shape' , , . ' "'","''�n'l^ "f bushels of wheat OeorRP Klttndde. of Huf'alo. fo'-| near .Atlanta. Neb., is reported to the merly of Toronto, a iravollor, w.n soir-1 stale council of defens ed with acute heart trouble while re-turninc from Montreal to Toronto, and died on the train near Perth. The Ontario (iurnge in Ijind'.m w�s (loiiioyed. with fifty cars and large (luaiitlties of oil and gasoline, oatis-iuK tloii.iliK) loss. Mrs. l.atirR .1 Westgatc, ot Windsor, wife of T \V W'estKHfe, wholesale miintiraoturer of Ice cream, died in Detroit. CONSERVAIN OF COALISORGED -Anthracite For We�tem Canada Now. Is Decision in j the U. S. for (tarden purposes. Hilly Depew and Ouy Sliaw have; taken a contract to break a half section of land and put It into flax, I-oniond S. S. Meeting. Tliat the progressive w.irk . .)m-meiKcd in tbe Sunday Scliool tliree, Mout. Cenderarla. of 'ho .Xinen tine army, has crossed tho Andes by !i�wr�Bcfl Reel waa ktlM sod tirtd-aola Chriatotferson waa injarad aef-lously when an airplane In which they wera (lying (ell Into the ocean. ,V.�. Hecrelary Dnnleta waa a paa-Sanger with Llentenant Doharty, a naval aviator, In  twant^mlttnta flight over Waahlnglun. (*apt. (Dr I O. R. Tteacon, of Rtratorts tha'. to aardana for soldiers' dependents and 170 lota have been applied (or. Wheat growara near Chatham are , elated over signs o( growth (ound recently in fields of (all wheat Tollow-InK a rnln and anowatorm. Soma report having ploi^bed in much of it. Private Thomas F. AfchJaoa, head- .\ call has been sent out for throe million feet a month of New Kn^iand spriioo for airplanes. The navy de-p.irtiuoiit has hoen (;lven control of the output. Harnard Ilullis. a farmer rosidiiiK i niaoliine crossed tlie inountuins six miles southeast of WainwrlKht, , an altitude t>f o,.;y the allej^ed Rang portntion representatives with .Mr. j Theme for next Sanday evening: mining man of the west, died at Salt of dyneinltev.-i last summer, were found Neale representing the United States ;'The policy of an opea door" I>ake City. He was seventy years of by nirls looking under a sidewalk in I airplane from Zapala to t'urii>o riie , ipiarters company of the Thlrty-8ev- fuei administration and C. A. Magrath Dominion fuel controller; a memor- Literary Treat. The mtisical and literary entertain- andum was submitted by Mr. Magrath ^j^^^ ,,y ^^^^ gtudents of (ham covering the chiof developments of pj^^ consolidated achool last Satur-onference which lasted two days, j^j, evening was certainly a rare treat the The memorandum age. He wa.-t one of the dJ-iRinal pro- Montreal for lo-ns eggs a few days moters of the Ontario and Silver King ; ago mines at Park City. - I TsItik a pi;; s bladder a.-" a liquor ..... � ....^ saloons of practically all Texas container pinned to one of his under- TheT th"ee-act "operetta "The dt'*" of tnore than .'.ooo population garments, MartuR Hardowsky, a for- closed their floors for good as a re- elgner ItvlnR at Windsor, was detect-suit of the law enacted at the last ed by oustoms Offlcei's when he tried session of the ICKislafure prohihitlng to smugRle in two quarts of wiiiskey. lion of tho Untario Temperance .\ct. contaitied the statement that the I'nlted States fuel witch of the Fairy BSM," was excep-ooiitroUer felt it hU duty to inform, tiouaiiy well rendStlpr The artists the Canadian fuel controller, �o that ;),p �(�:,' up Olfcyed their parts , , ... , . . � , nine daily will be iieadad in Weatem : claimln* tbe right to sabmit a qpm- ; he could pass the Information to the ^ mifsterlv way. ^he dramatic ac- ''I'""" '"^ Canada next winter It will be of so petltlve tender, threw away all western provinces of Canada, that ; nong expreesiona. of the children >"�"'> ^""�'' great Importance the. Hut a little thought of profit and cost, save bare^'^hrrntta^Vr'-^Tsupplie. to ^ ^^^^^^^^^ --------" remdered. Net-Boner, the ______,_______- - -e play, pleas In the oircumstances. it la safe, ed the audience ' Immenaely. The to predirt no .American anthracite otlier characters showed marked abil- enih IS. Infautrv, waa killed by sniper's bullet from the Mexican sUIm of the river while on patrol duty near /.apata. Texas \ messenger arrived at Fork V ukon, .Maska. from tlie Arctic ocean with word that Vllhaimur Slefansson, tlin explorer, who la wintering at Herschel Island, la bu(fering (rom typhoid and id very low. Regis Ansolin, saventy-(ive years old, WIntUor shoemaker, waa aentenc-ea very ( exceedingly wall rei laid on the materiall} restricted daring the prea-jtie Tobbia:>aDd'liMn g week the ent coal year. ' leading ohal'act�rinwW� The altoatiou at the Federal mine -tablCi and the following 4^ sucit that tbe department ot labor' coaatiaalonera decided not to re- ,Uould have a man on the ground dc conaider the matter. The mayor de- -rwU, hrkValla^re'fiV-^hTpm;^^^^ Sg.""^ tl':^ IBg his host to get the mine producing clared In this meeting that he would poinls we-^t of Winnipeg. i their part from beginning to end wlth- ae.'.ir.. The Uilly-dally methods of the not re-open the matter If the Herald 3. It is proposed to rettrlct out a hitch. offered to do It (or �60. The contract shipment to points west of Winnipeg. Another feature which delighted the was swrnrded to (Ae other naoer ' ^ proposed to restrict audience was the chaNla glvon by the was awarded to HLt other paper ghipmenis of anthracite to Canadian boys "Where do *��o from here. The Herald's rate, aa fhe advmis- Lake ports during the early pan of the boys? ' .Miss ClohesgSy, Miss Casey, Ing is running, a-ould have figured i P''**^1!. "^^si'n ......... Miss .McLaughHn and Misa Adams are de:wriiL>>fii are merely aggravating MCK YOUR PLATE OR BE LICKED. \ out at an amount of $6200, at which The Port Arthur Food Control Cora-' ^'^'^ P*Per was paid for the nilttec. under the chairman."?hlp of .Mr. i Duncan Roberts, has been doing splendid work in furthering the Interests o( (ood conservation and increased production in Port .\rthur and vicinity. "Save and Serve" is the motto adop-d br the committee. A poster haa been Irepared with the heading ' Uck y.jur 4. That the public, both In - the to be commended on their patience east and west must be given to under- and art of training. In (act the whole stand distinctly, that conservation of program showed perfect preparation big '"y" bylaw last year. The other ; coal must be practised toAhe utmost and order. The people showed their paper's figure is in the neighborhood of 13*00. The Herald s first estimate waa, therefore, not $8000 as has been suted. The Herald's rate is based on u verified Audit Bureau of Circulation statement o( upwards of TOOo paid garbage can. Henri Bourassa will no doubt adopt now for his new song, "Watch Your mate or be Ucked." emphasising the : subacrtbera, to dally and weekly, in aertousneaa of the food situation and I wl>*ch the advertising was to run. anlUng upon the citltens of Port Ar- \ The adTertialug covert^ eignt pages t^ur to aave the (ood�- which are i "nd ruaa (or nine issuea. .seeded overseas. In order to save OMkt Ihey are aaked to eat at least DM pound o( fish per bead per week. Arrangementa have been made for an Isd^naia Mah aupply (or the dlatrlcL , A junior Pledge Card has been pre-faaad and diatrtbnted throngh the /Seboola. Thla alao beara tbe slogan, 'Uck year pUU or be Ueked," and (Otats oat that every girl and boy can il^ a aoliler. The goapal o( the clean ytote pledge whieb the children are aaked to algn reada aa (ollows:- �thbrlUge. The soldiers cheerfully do what 1 can! cavalry of tbe land and the cavalry of the air-a pretty good combination. day School 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. ban. Heatrice liradfleld, James i R.y"."-";;,\eer �r n'I^"m �nd"7"3(> ! If .r,u.v ,r , v. I J*"^ ^"^te^ coal operatora atated j Wright, Clayton Crane; Court Paint-e'l^'e** ^1 7-39, If the truck cant do it-well, the ! their ability to increase the produc er. Geo. Mills; Nannette, foster mo- L*';,'^  Bovs nenartment tion of bituminous coal by 1.280.Ol,r,, ther of Marguerite. Casey; Village | }2 ."o"-^"''" ^f^*!^^^^ onj,^and of lignite coal by 1.225.O0n Malden.s. May llrirk. C. B. McGregor, rgf/J".'^^'^ I*?'^^^^^^^ tonL^These incraaMe Would repre-! J. Taylor, L. Speme; Witch, Vesper Joo nm : other DSmenta o^^^^^^ ientfthe amount of coal that couM Maynard; Flower (;irl, Lorena Boner; ' ^ Departmonta of Sun have been mined and during the time Water Cress Girl, Quetta Summers; the mines were idle last-year due to Peanut Vendor, Kennetl Oolton; strikes and want ot railway transpor-; Dutch Frankfurter Seller, Hoi, May-tation. The figures ^ould not hold ; nard; Punch and .Judy, Olen Beyers-good unless the same ameant of labor ' dorff, Genevieve Harper; Cat, Kdna was available as laat year, and unless ' Orr: Queen of Fdlries, Mildred Mc-I THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE the railways were able to furnish transportation required. Uregor; Faries' .Marshall, V. Cundall; Fairies, M. Boner, F. Balton, I. is hslp win liia iitiht for Victory. J. 4, I promise to assist in a garden ^asoTar potalble and do all in my ysvar ta help %reater production M-mKTA COAL FOR IffUVTMH CANADA AT LAST. .It tka diapatch (rom Brandon yes-Mlglgf la correct that the Importation (BflUMrd �oal (rom the U.S. Into Wost-S|S CSBSda ia to ba prohibited, thus nrgfirtsi^ tha Waat on the resources if lis ova eoal minaa, the campaign Iks Harald (ae(s Urgely raapon (or iaassnrstiag, and which was IV moat Tlgoroiuly by tbe press Pftk saat sad vaat, will have borne .ijmit, md tJM Waat may. ta conse-spaet grsat ^eTalopmant ot 'raaoayoaa wltlila tha next faw Wa bsTS loBC srtuad ttet eoal tor tha Waat" waa the iisaaa f�rt�is�a'i foil , sai ll-tlis soraramaat takea siKliasd yaatarday tha so- The Cleveland Plain Dealer maintains that Ctemitnceau's language in dealing with the Cternin charge could hardly have been Improrad upon by Roosevelt hlmaeK. In addition to the million gallon tankage the Imperial t>ll Co will erect at Coutts this year, tankage lor sixty car loads will be erected on the Sweet Grass side of the line. ioi;othor with trackage to hold another sixty car load*. Speaking of all this pro-yjalon for gasoline storage the Sweet Oraaa Advocate sayi;: "The explosion of the gasoline lu these anornious tanks would wi;,.-; flweet Oraaa and Coutts off the map. crumble tlte sky-scrapers at Htinhurrtt Hfii rock Uie Sweet Grass hll>.s ' �|4t iift'%ope lb� var la ovt^r before tba tltnln are installed, for fear that aone sympathizer of tUe Ge.r-maaa SttS^it touch off a fuaa, or 'I'he coal operafbrs urged that deal- Graves, L. Porter, VAxm Stoddart. ers and the public take a large por- Sketch in one act, ''CaBO of Suspen-tion of their supply during the sum- sion." Dramatis Personae: mer months when Uia railroads are Dorothy, Nettie Lobban; AMce, May In a position to handle It. I Ulrlck; MUdred, Dorothy *AUUer; N. S. Producitlon j f the Suiulay School In the (Church. 7.30 p.m.: Kvening Service. The pastor will preach morning and evening. Rev. Chat. e. Cragg, B. D, Paater. itealdancA 3Z6 tlth St 8. - Phonaat Paraonaoe 404. ChurCh Study 40S Claude Hughaa,.Muaic�l tolfactor 11 a.m. Mornlnit WorsJUp: Subject. "One of the Great Scenea of the Old Testament." 12.00 nihle School and Bible Claases. An open session of tbe Adult Classes. p.m.: The evening service. Suh-jrit: "The Chriatlanlfing Power of the Gospel." CHRISTADELPHIANS r Meet In tha Mooae Hall. Hlglnbolham lock. Entrance 5th St. and tnS^ Avenue South I Wednesdays: S p.m., Bible Claaa. Sundays at 10 a.m. to commemorate the Lord's Death, and at 7.SO p.m. to proclaim the glad tldlnge of the Kingdom ot God. All Seata Fras No Celleetian Of 1917. Could Ship Now In outlining what could be aipected of the transportation companies, Mr. Hiiiton states that -provided that the coal mines immediately start ahlpping and continue to do no tinltftnsally until September 30, the-raUwsya ara prepared to haul to tha dlffaiant puinta fr:irn Winnipeg weaL fifty par cent or more of the actual amaunt raaulr-ed render Hlniilar condttiona lubject to ordinary haxanl, tha railways will be prepared to handle tba ramslndur of the coal leQuired after October 1, and iliiouKhout the winter. Mr. Hln-ton emphasized tha Bacaaaity of u dlaMliSrar of a sane Independence start ImjIuk made at once aad not ut Day gat carataati Ilka, with matcUea." a later period in tbe aummar. The gicL� sewing session at the home of Mrs. J. F Harper Tuesday evening at eight o'clock. The following lailliti were present at the last regular �ewtng meeting Friday, April Vi: Mrs. L. J. Adams. Mrs. Bradfield, Mrs. Cooh, Mra. (Rev.) Haddon, Mrs. J. F. llarpar. Mra. Sutton, Mrs Zuniwait, Miss Zumwait, Mrs. A. S. Hoberts, Mv.�. A. W. Jop-Ilng, .Miss Hrown. .Mr�.k.Johuaon, Mrs. G. F. Fleming The next regular sewing meetiiog will be held in the church FVlduy aftfBtoon. , \ The chiirim will be open every day, except Sundays, for Ked Cross purposes. Roy Haddon dellviired goods (or the ited Cross last week. SALVATION ARMY Adj. and Mre. Hamilton, offleera In charge. Sunday, 11 a.m., 3 and 7.W t>.ro. Sunday School, 2 p.m. Monday, Thursday, Saturday, 8 p.m. Tuesday, 7.30 J).ra., t orp Cadets. Wednesday, 2 p.m., Home I.iaagLe. 8 pm.: l^iife Saving Scouts and Guards Tht Citadel Hand in attendances, Sunday and Thursday Services. Everybody Welcome ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Room 12, Stafford Block 1 Sunday, 7.30 p.m.: Illhle Study on tho Hook of Hevelatlon. m Wednesday, 8 p.m.: Bible Study on "Tha Atonement Between Ood and Man," followed by prayer and testimony meeting. Seata Free. No Collection. Christian Church ANOUCAIf St. Cypilun Ouurch Car. lltn stra�| aM Mfe Avs> tauth. Rev. Canan W. V. IMIMaa.  A, Matln�-ll a. sklwM^ �Ibia CIsiAr  9^ Holy Cammunl�iH�lst ssi iSt Baa-day a at 8.00: tad aad 4tk (Nadaya at 11 a.n�. �aptlam-�th SuadafS st 4 9M. NORTH LETHBRIDGE GOSPEL HALL ILato 5th Ave. N. Daptkit Church) Speaker: John llae, �35 13th St. N. Sunday Sch-i*hlcb th* paator will discuss at tha a.m. aarvlcea for several weeka. These words raoor4*d ;0f Jaaiis suggest the Bocial prfMramffa ot Christianity for the agea, MiaiOaa be viewed properly only troiS tba. aad. It is not a plan to ha ignOMt by tha conservative, nor to be gbtrtbl by tha radicaL It la a plss to ba atudiad in the light pt tha SMm^orlaga of a divine mind ovar tba mm aat hurriedly, searching adrsitly Aa dark and deep caverns o| hltnuw aaodi Bauaing sufficiently long ta >f aaauraa of ita reality and to praaorlba a Boaoibla and effective remedy; and whwh ia left to us to trace In thoufht, ehtate aa| profound; in heart, aat wHb nalvaraa and holy affeottoa. aad la doalre. for its conaammata' ad