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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TOUR (JE DAILT HERALD MONDAY. APBIL 22, IMS OAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor* and Publishi?-^ fHE LETHBRiDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIMlTEr tZ3 6th Street South. Lethbridse * W. A. Cucl".�:'.an PTMident and Mauaging Director foba Tonaoce - - Busin&e>6 Mauagor T2I.EPHONE3 CUBlneas Office .......... mttOTUl Office .......... 1252 1214 nil the ports of the continent to J3rit-Isli slilps. Whcu Kussia still licUl out. lio pussh-ea3tward wheat ffoni the U. G. G. ai Etiikom, and the seed oats ^ from tiie Dominion Seed Grain Pur-; chasing Commission at Regina. Secre-' tary to notify the V. G. G. and to ord' Wlion David King was an alderman under the aldermnnic form of government he had a faculty for keeping civic matters stirred up. Ho hasn't lost hat tacnity, for nt the Forum session ho said some tilings that ro-comeback from ilayor ho had just returned the before from bis Ottawa trip. King took occasion during his : ing on pa-:en:ed i.iitds within the niun-[ on "The .Men of Canada, past present ad future." to say something about the garbage truck. He said tliero had been much criticism of it, and wanted to know, if it was not up to specifications as one of the commissioners had stated, why it was accepted? Why was it not turned back to the company? Mayor Hardio demanded 15 minutes for a reply to Mr. King, and the Forura crowd voted that he should have it. The JMayor on rising said Mr. King, all through his address bad sought to convey the impression that David King was tbo only man in Canada who was honest. .-Vs for the truck, it-s purchase was not ill-advised. Oub of the commissioners had been asked to investigate garbage trucks especially. The commissioners had then decided that that truck, and no other truck, would pay for Itself in (me year. Mr. King, after ten minutes' consideration ,known more than three engineers after a year's consideration, declared tlie mayor with sarcasm. "I will make the assertion" said tbo mayor, "that If, In a year the truck doesn't do what It was bought to do I will resign." Evils of Party Govt. Mr. King's address was more concerned about the evils of party government than about the Great Men of Canada. All the ills of our present day government he laid at the door of party government. He thought Sir Wilfrid Laurier was an honest man^ but he had surrounded himself with ^PICKED UP IN-* JPASS/JVCr 19^ Buhr^MAN Rev. n. Deiicou, retired niinlBter, died at Stratford. Anglican The tolal riilsed for Ijoaii is ?�(.'��],7-M,(100. tho i;lberty Sunday flying has been disconduued at tlie Armour heights camp. After two woeks' 'illiiesfi ,). AdanK* diod in Toronto from pneumonia and heart failure. Ernest Haycock, ijrotessor of geology nt Acadia college died wl WoU'c-ville as the result of an attack of hetirt trouble. 'Frank Miner was nrrosted iit C.bathum on two sierious charges laid by IMr.-). llcllair. Tito greatest ncffagi' of sugar hci.'ls ever plauled In Ijoniluu district will lie put ill shortly.. The piircliasc of the iiiiniiclpal abal-toir ha.s been jiroposed tu 11)6 civic officials of 'I'oronlo. A campaign to raise la�t week for the .Montreal Y.W.C.A. succeeded in netting $17(),00U. ; G. Slanley Lowllier, .son of George - ; nnd Mrs. Lowlber, was killed at Aiu-,In the Severn rivor, near Wasdell's ' horst, while wnlkiiig ou the C.G.H. Falls, J. K. Bailey, an old pioneer of (rack. Morrison township, -Tost li'is life when - his canoe upsot.  Mrs. Belle Berlraml, wife ot Lam- - : bert Hen rand, and a life-long roaident It is stated that the govoniijienl has' of .�\niber.-itburg is dCiul. She Wiis Ti? passed on ' ordni--in-council rcduciiiK ' years old. the pay of civil servants serving over-^ - seas to their military- pay. , The congregation of the Gait lia;)- : ttst chuvcU has extended n unanimous The late Capt. George Kicliardson,! call lo Kev. ,.v. A. Hovey, of llamii-Kingston, who was killed in action, ton, N.Y., to become its pastor, left ?15,000 for tlio erection of a pub- lic bathing house. Two hotclkeepers in Guelpli wore fined $1 and costs each lor hiiviug roller towels in use. in violation of regulations. Tho Canadian building trades have protesicd (o the government tigrtinKt tho piMct.'ice of eni|)loying foreign ar-clii((-cis, engineers and contractors. l''ire ferreil I'vom a field hospi-, tal to I'aris. .About one iiundrcd young men of ^ Snriila liave vulunleered thejr scv-1 vices for ihe .'�..S. moveniont. About 'ity of them have been placed and will i)C available wiien needed. Fire believed to bo of incendiary origin, dejitroyert (he garage and storehouse of which thi^ building and contents on tiie property of J. Hood, . Winnipeg. Mrs. Benjamin Kirkby of Detroit .-V car load of Dominion government i died suddenly at the home of her Jlanitii.s seed wheat lias been receiv-brother, Samuel Demarary, a short ed by the Dominion flour mills, Branl-dlstance cast of Mossley. . ford, for district distribution. It re- tails for ?2.71 per bushel. The death ot Mrs. Henry Byors removed one Oi the oldest residents of Hasei-sville. She suffered a paralytic shock, and was in her TSth year . Walter Ro.?s, who went east two [ council could administer the province year;; ago to undergo operations, re- j to better advantage. Commission Government TEN WAYS TO CONSERVE The i'oi!o-,ving Tetj Ways to Con-servo" are suggeste.! by the staff of Macdonald College: ' l~Cii#i!ie bread ai the table and as : required. 2-S.ive the crumbs from the bread board. Vou will be surprised to see . how many there are. ! -Take a little less butter than you ; think you will iiee'ii, it will pro'oably be ; the ng'u amount. ; i-luot one more potato and one less i lice of. bread. J 5-Eat one more spoonful of porridge ; and half a slice less of toast. I C-If you need i'?l sugar in tea or coffee take what is required to sweeten it. Do not leave a teaspoonfu! in the ; bottom of your cup. ^ 7-Fat is scarce today. Do not leave.' the soap lying in water. ; g-Do not eat more than you need. ! Bat what you require, you will feel bet-. ter and do better work. | 9-Leave a clean plate. ! 10-^Eat slowly. Food well masticat- : ed supplies more nourishment to the ; body, consequently less food is requir- i 8d. '  .Add one of the.^e suggestion to the;. various ways you have of conserving. Never lose sight ot the faet that -it is the individual who must save the situa-t!ion. The death occurred in North Ox- turns'd to ?.lac!ood and will now make I rorv.miccinn ftr,>/�rnmi.nt i Cord of a pioneer resident in'the per- frontiers of France, At last, .ca Kurope : hi.s home i.i the west until his c!a.o,oo(i tons in February. Tho Gorman language may no longer bo .spoken by members ot the Union League Club on Fifth avenue and Thirty-ninth street. Now Tork. The Chamber of Cpmraerce ot tho, 11^., In meeting In CbicasOt approves of universal military service and endorses Governjnent control of prices. Commissioned as an army officer, Ca])taln L-orin I.�wson, a New York broker, sold all tho pedigreed cattle on his farm. '� Two tliousand tour hundred col-, lege luen have been enrolled for work in shipyards for the duration of the war. The nomination of Dr. 'F. R. Kep. pel to be third assistant secretary of war has been reported tarorably to (lie Sen-ate. Secretary ot State Lansing vigorously asserts the right of the U.S. to leqiiisitioii Dutch shipping under international law. Kdward Foster, of Leamington, died recently In his 71st year. During hl'5 career he was a tailor, a tinware merchant and a fruit farover. .Tames ."Miller, of the Welland canal protection force,. stationed at Decew I'^alis power plant, was sentenced for ilesertlon. to which he pleaded guilty, lo a year in tho reformatory. The Chinese proprietors ot the Dominion and Royal Cafes, Brantford, were fined $100 and costs each on Sat-uniay for aelling pork within prohl-diibited hours;"" ..... ' , Twelve liundred fire ranger.s, including a large number of returned soldiers, have been appointed by tho Ontario department of lands, forests and iniugs. plete downfall and refused to treat \ with him. i' We need to remember today that '. our fathers went through darker hours than any which we have yet- faced. They made one great mistake, fn J they signed a premature peace'" by : compromise-and ia the following yetw were again at war'. They .fought the Tfould-be conqueror of Europe for twenty-three long years. Ho held western Europe from the ^lediterran-ean to the Baltic, At one time, and that when Napoleon was strongest, Britain had no allies. Itussia deserted her in 1S07. Her ta^-ss were crushing; Her people complained of ffiin-Ine. .Croakers talked of a hoptless struggle witli ruin at the end. Compared with tiiose days ours a.-e bright. The great nation against which we pcntended . a hundred years ago is today pur-ally. France is with us in this 'war to crush military tyranny and wlU be to the end. The Cniled States with its boundless resources has come Into the struggle and her military .strength is only beginning to be felt. We have On our side, two Avenue, and expect to be ready for i.'t'.-iness ill a few weeks., wh?n a new line c; ears will .be on the market and the repair shop in full running order, .'\lrs. Hdwards ad'dresECd a meeting! on Saturday afternoon on the war and tlie re.-uits of the women's meeting in Ottawa. I Murphy Bros., at Ev,'eime,--the great ! horse rai.-rr? and farmers of that southern district, are seeding this year over r.OO acres of gt^ain and expect to r-iit several hundred tons of iiny on t'neir farm of r,-iOO acres. In U�.17 tiioy spent a lar.^e amount in building.:, an up-to'-date house, and one of til'- largest and bs;st equipped barns and stables in Somlie.rn -Al-ijerta. There are stali.s for I'o' horses in tho main stable, Wi.ich has a loft to hold 100 I'vttds of fond; also a lav^^e oat and ftetl h\n Vvi'.i> 'lior'.iess rooi!'-! and hir: stalls, .Accommodatjon is also pvovi'vJd for honsim; iho cattle and .-took, and tin..' cows are r.o' .-ivert;>r)l;.--(i. Si.s-.bles and sheds give the herd p'.er.ty of shelter, with ' .gooi!- feed racks, water troughs and | ir.any little things v,-hioh go to make the wcviv of Uie fav\i\ casifsr an.i lighter. .Another fe-iiiire of tlii.s farm is that all the buildings are painted. .A drilled well provides abundance of water to supply both die house and tho stock, and this wiil all be con-i were solving their 'jiroblems when they adopted commission form of gov-^ message received hv the govern-ernment. The aldermanic government , nient at St. .Joiin'.- Xewfouiidland, hadn't always been square and above: from Triuitv Bav reported 30 men board. The city had been saadled fj-om AVir.teiton driven off on an ice with a heavy burden when it built a tioe while hunting seals. They were street railway system to make valu-; Rescued by boats from shoie. able the countless subdivisions which ' had been added to the city by the real estate crowd, who had friends on the city council. The speaker then went on to say that tho commission government hadn't done much better, mentioning the garbage truck and the famous coal mine purchase. "AA'hen our public ihen," concluded the speaker." come to consider that they are in their positions to work in the interests of the people, when they arc ready to make the sacrifices that the men of Canada who went to the frcnt. risking their very lives, have made, then Co.uada will have honest government. Then Canada will have g.-eat men at the head ot her-affairs." Robert Ximmons. presided over tho meeting. Next Sunday's session will bo the last of f!io season. Evangelist Fogan will speak. Can, be used on either warm or cold stove The last, one-cent newspaper In the British Isles, the i^oudou Daily lii-prcss has now Boiie up to two cents, ; London now has one (l-cent morning paper, tv.-o t-t 4 cents and tho remain-; der at 2 cents each. ' D.iv,--on went, on the daylight saving scheme. The most northerly cajv . ital in the world is already affected by the midni.Eot sun. Old Sol ^ even now romping through tho skies for 24 hours continuously. Less than three hour.s after tlie cell doors closed behind him, William Pillsworth, of London, Ont., v.-tis found dead. .A handkereliief lied around bis neck and fatitoned to the ; bars of his cell had caused death by I strangulation. mm other great powers, Italy and Japan. ^ ?:;:;Jr\,;s;io%r c^ld'o^'^to^nf In men and resources we are vastly thor. .Altogether it is an up-to-date iuperior to the enemy. It will'take * f'-"""''- The J. O. D. iC. and Red Cross .Society are v.-.-rlj satisfied vvlth tiie response to their call, and the monililv A LE8S0N FROM THE-NAPOLEONIC WARS 'With Russia crushed and helpless at the feet of Germany and Germany con- to strike Bttectively but nothing like the time it'took a century ago. To our ancestors this would not seem like a long war. Our danger is lest we grow weary ^ by the delay. We owe a,stern tenacity! in the fight to the men who confronted trials iieayler' than ours. At last they triumphed. We, too, shall tri-i contributions arc now satisfactorily. coming .\\ very : �' , . , ,� V ' . umph If we but continue strong, and fueling a great offensive on the west: j.e 1 te Cront, vre aro passing through trying " ' jUyi. put a century ago Britain had -__-.-^_ Oaye even more trying. We think of ^he fact that the garbage truck yrafalgar as a great victory which | ^^^^ ^.^ purcha.sed to care as mastery of the sea tor a, j^^, p^^^,,, ^j^^^ ^^^^ ^Vadred years. i g^jj ^^^^^ ^^^.^ ^^^^^ accomplished Do 'we remember what happened o^t,^..,.!*...... 1..- - ^ Jnat after Trafalgar? At the very moment of the battle Napoleon was leudinK an army from Pfance to attack Austria and Ruafda. On Decem-bar S, six weeks after Trafalgar, he The ruling of the chief inspector that retail stores in Lethbridge may defeated Austria at Austerlifz. By tho j remain open till 9.30 Saturday even- by the expenditure of less than half the money. i end of the same month he bad occu pled Vienna and dictated terms of peace to A'jatrla, Austria down,! he threatened Prussia and when, at "length, iiKDctober, 1806, Prussia de-fled him, he smashed her completely at Jona and was in Berlin by the end of the same month. Here be issued the famous Decree closing practicaiiy Ings with the full day shift settles the controversy. The action of the retailers in granting a Wednesday halt holiday for five monlhs during the spring and summer will compensate for the added hours the retail clerks work on Saturday. It is ?. very fair arrangement for retailers, clerks and the buying public. For Constipation Carter's Little Liver PiUs will set you right over night. Purely Vegetable Small Pill, SnukH pose, JSmfUrHlee jCarter's Iron Pills 1 WIU restore color to the faces of i those who lack Iron lo the blood, j as most pale-faced people do. Wwii III �! .11 a J-aiMLiiaii^iij BUIL face brick, mantle brick, common brick, fire brick, hollow tile, sewer pipe, plaster, cement, lime, fire clay, plaster paris, mortar stain; WALL BOARD NAILS, GLASS, StROCTURAL STEEL, PREPARED ROOFING, BUILDING PAPERS, FIREPLACES AND GRATO BEAVER BOARD we make a specialty of straight and mixed carload: lots. prompt shipments. PHONE OR write us for prices. we carry a full line of COAL MINING - AGRICULTURAL - MUNICIPAL SUPPLIE ^-----^ Phone 755 AND EQUIPMENT J. B. TURNEY & COMPANY, LTD. s lethbi^idge, alberta 7988 806212 ;