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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK VDOIt . XetbDrtt)^?, Bibcrta DAILY AHO WKEKLY opr\ . fH� LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT-INC COMPANY. LIMITET n tth Stratt South. Lcthbrldge W. A. C,.:-, iTMMcat and .MaiKiping Dlrrctor 9flka ItolMce � � UuRinfc^t Manaesr T11.EPHONE9 Ouiin�*s Ottico .......... Sdltortel Otftca .......... 1263 Subscription*�: titVr, r.elivcre,; per ivf-'lc .... 10 Dally, ilrliviri'.!. Iitr yPBr . ..15 00 D\piratwn aatf Is OUT auUiJi'i:y .nitinui! tU� sub- norlrtlon nil the ports ot the txintlnent u> }Jrlt- Whrw KuiiSl.i atlll hoi.I !i- pu�ii. cAstward �n(l In .Inly. \^ ''. i.>ri-.>,'. Hii�)'l.� to Irti. nt ril!�it. * piMcp n-'' -h iiiaiJe hlra tho n\a'>;rr i>:" nil w-iiiM!! Kurope. He i.irvril up I'rii^ :i~ rrusKla is now .'arviti.; up Out of (J'-rnian torri'.otv lie (T^.Tioil a ni>w klngilom of \\>s:i>Iial-i.-v ^'lt^ his brother a; kliiK Hr .�iM lip a new f'olnnil .And nil ()) plin). up viotoriea within � rear ami a hnlf af;rr our triumph nt Traf^lKar! VUt. vho hat! yowod that nnsl.Tiid would tight on l.Il Krance rotlr. il to hrr 1^06. heart-hrokrii liocaii^r try sppiueil to hf �.-ulno-l ill. oii;'-.k i-.^nialn>^l blark f,ir v,,,:^. I'y '.� .Vapoloou o, ��.ipii'.l i'.r.ic'iai !�(> lia.i put h.f !>rot!i>'r- on throp.' rf Spjiu .\nnth"r brot!i.>r kiii; oi llo'.I-.iP.'l HI? li;�>;h'ir i:� la-.v. Mara-. LJ COONCIL PASSES SEEO GRl BYLAW DAILY nERALD MONDAY. APRIL 22, IftlR DAVE KING SIS UP TROUBLE AT SUiAY FORUM -^PICKED UP IN^ PASSING ^O/? THE BUSY MAN step* on Mayor's Toes, and Mayor CoRiM Riftht Unrk- EvIU of Partv (iovt. I-?' koni. �>.!,i'- :T .-Vt a appolal ...... ('lo r -imi-i! of till- I'Towery riai-.-i Miiiii'.p.'^iiy N 1. to onsliWT ho si o 1 craiii oii'-i on. !!io p.-ny ^!orr!^ bT-Uw No. n. lUv. I-.1 ! ti;-.^' tiiuc. V'arrlpd. :,-.,,aIiIv ,i l�io^^or^ Plains. No. \\ l""" ^"^-i'' ''''''""nan i;. .v. v.'!,-;-u; ii tho Si'ed (Jrtvhi '""'er tho airt�rnianic form of kovmu-1. In I" 'ho an'iority of the nient ho h�oac()n. roiircil mlnUtor. illod at Stratlonl .�\ The tola! nlscil for lyoau i8 |4r.l,714.i OO. tlio l.lhrrt' l-"rauk Minor x\as nrrcntr-d nl Cliatliaiu on two Hortoiis nllnufd ho pin in .-^h irily. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Tlio Aniorioan* li.ivo had their opportunity to provo tho-o- -tt-ort'a. ami poblr hayf they ?tooi tlie to?t To their army on the Tout front frU the task of ropultilnK tlio t'lird nroat attempt of tlio I'lernian-' to break tlio allicii line. Needlesa to say, the Cer-maus failed utterly On Saturday and Sunday the Americans. ;n des-perati' fiphfinp. repulsed those attacks and the (."lermaus were lorced to Tctlre with heavy losses. On Sunday the Hrltlsh sirengtben-ed tbefr lines .�omow-hat on the Kranco-Relfian front, with sllitht ad-ranees. The Germans haye attempted no furtlier aNack? on this front. EX-MAYOR OLIVER'S OFFER TO SERVE I-^-moTor Ollyer's offer to fill out \\:" uneipirod portion of pos':ini'>- to iHiii>o -oiue ttoiv iifo t:ie iitv I'.l ay.s ;o t'on-'hs.- staf; of table and as ' bread to Me TEN WAYS TO CONSERVE .'"ho lu.'-.o.-. .as � T Macdonald Ccllege ; -i)u will iico,;. i- u .1'rmbly be Uio :iK It aniouat. 4 -ono more iiato and one less iliCe o! brtaii. 5-K..' one more spoonful of porridne �cd haa a slice l�rS8 of toast. 0-If you need .?! sugar in tea or coffee take what i- ini-.iired :o it. Do not leave a 'caspoonful in the bottom o! your cup 7-l-'a.. is .-fcar.?e today Do not leave the soap lying in water k-Do not eat more than you need. Sat what you jeQUire, you will feel better and do better work. 9-Ueave a clean plate. li>-Eat slowly. Food well masticat-d supplies more nourishment to tho |�ody. conseiiuently leas food is requlr-d. � .\dd one of suggestion to the Ysrlous ways you have of conserving. |>!ever loae siffht of the fact that 4l Is the iiidlvldual who must sure the situation. was riade King of Napioo N ii> ''.�on iKn.o'if was king of Itaiv i;,:roiio, Na-poleoii. once saUl. \'as t-io -^i".!!' i' h.7:i Me -.oulrt : .ii;' 'o A-\' '  .Vfrioa by way o' I-'c>pt. ovort \^ -Vn.eriiHt He h.ol i-.i 1 y .\v.~  � liner (.'anada an 1 had thoiuUt it oouij he done by sen lu.o:, Misslaslppi and t.ikitig I'anad.i i:i ;h-^ roar ProiB iSii." til '^11, i::itai:i 'la i dark outlook- :.oven omc: yoais apopy, W� all know tiie f,(to 0,,^ i,,,.....  The BurlRl of .-^.r .!, iiii M ^'to ., of dirge for Hrltain'r faiiito i:-. I'ortugal In l>>o^ and 1"^'''* l,l�!i..n wns the only great port 111 Kurope to wliioh Britain bad free and in > " and I'liU Wellington was ,il>'.-^ to o'. 1 on there only beiau--- of -ho f--:-ivo line?! at Torres whioh pro-to-jied the seaport. It took the Hr.vjsh five y\T-s : > fight their way across ^pa;a and got into France. As i.ite as in l-i.' .N.-.-polpon was certain of viotorv o-. ^'r aii his enemies. His soid:ers ati'i b-M.-v. cd 'hat he was unconqa-^rahi-? S'.Jnoy r"iT that Urit-.i'n o r..; no; vrin, that the blockade wa-- '.^elejf. ard that a French army wou'' probably land ia iCtiTland. Ei^h.' years were required to prove hiiu a fr.ise p-ophet but Erl;aln foug'i: on and won in 1S14 and ISi: The tirst blow which struck d�wn -Vapoleon's pride came from hla own ally Russia. He made Uus'sia ?u{:.>r bltterly by going to .Moscow. Cut could not hold Ills conquest. \'. 10 n Russia struck, others plucked uj) courage to strike too. Prussia rc- - -.n his retreating armies. So -lid .\iistr.a. Evan with this menace he would" not make peace when he might stiil iiave rftjined both hii throne and the oid frontiers of France At la.-it. a.i iiu. i;>e saw riiat its only safety w-.:s '., i m-n-plot-^ dowutfill an J refu.sed .1 ti-*at r'ith him. We need to remeuibtr 'nda;- ;'l.i: our fatiieri wetit through .iar'-:- : �. ors tiian Bi�� which we h.iie yet lai-.1. They made one gr�a'. misiar.'- in ;^ .: they sigtjed a proraa-;ro io-,ce by campromise-and iu t!ie foiiowin.; yew were again at w^r' Th.-y fouuiit the i*ould-be 0mqu-ro;- of Kurope for iwenty-threo lont; y-'srs. Ho held �'eat�ra Europe 'rom \\>- Meliterr.^n-ean to the Baltic. At or. - time, and that when Napjlcon \'. a; siron;' -UrRalii had no al'leo iu-^-ia 1 ed her iu r>oT. li'-r tat:-'^ w.ri- irusn tng: Her peopl? comiiUti-o-1 'i::. lae. CroAkara talked of a hop(.le.^.is advance �eo I gr.i'M . .�,!,t i > farmers resl 1-In..- (01 ; I - 1 wit'in the niuu- 1. !>.�; -1- � � �� ' -.vitiK to had cror--Ii- o-h.i- aii^ ^ ! , ,0 ,ns. are itn.iioe '1 i � aiul the council � !\, t.i  !  �t t.i make >iioh ad-itoo,. '.. : : ..V 1-.). n iho proinlss.iiv : ' o.- ;-,.o . .M micipal Olstrioi. ; :� n . !. iisar.d Dollars (�l.">.iiOO.ii"i � r  .i io;- .h.i:.' of a supply thereof :- .v* ::i> .-o !i The purchaae price of it; li-; a Ivnnced hereiindor >..c'i ' . ir- 1 by promissory no;es -111- ;; � ��.! .in.i by rrglstored seocl " 1.- :;i favour of the niunicipai i.'oii ;.!! cron� g'-own upon ii:-.; � :i.i::o | \\\ ibo jppili ation. for ihe ,late thereof and .ip.oi the sold lands. ;;. li'lij. rcud three liIne.^ . 1 y Co.v jJ. Weeks that the o.'ry -at.ply seed (tr.iili In uc- 'o til.- ^.o-ii gr.iin act. to all �s i-.ho-:" ( noumbr;-:'ires do not : J' iiooo,! per iiuurter Section. After two weeks" iUno;!; .1 Adam:ar Wasdi>H Falls. J. K. Maibv. an obi ploo". t- ol Morrison township, "fo.-1 li.s life' when hin canoe upset. H.irdle who had just rrliirned the niitht before from his (Ittaw.l trip. I'ix-Md King took ooca'inn durlni; his a.ldress on ' Th.e Mtn of Canada, past ptisent a.l future." to say something j _ .(bout tho garbage true'; He said; It js stated tha- the kovoiiujioiiI loi i tb-'re had been much ciilicisra of it. 1 passed on ' onbic-in-couiicii ro.lin liu; and wanted to know. If It was not up , th(> pay of Ml-. 11.die Ilerinind. wife of ho,-t !!� rii-.inci, and .1 liCe-loni; rcsid"iU of Aniio-isttiiu M been flnallv dissolved at Phlladelptila. I'be eilucatlonal fund of 110,000 will 1)11 given to the Red t'rojit. loKiKiailoii tn protect 11.1,000 Ger-niiiiiH and .Austrian'* in (he Itolted States army and navy haa been re-"oite.i faviirnbly to the Senate. The late ('apt (leorse Uiclianison. Kingston, who was killed in action, loft $ir.,(ioo for till- erection of a public bathing house. o n . pted? Why was It not turned Dack to tho company? .Mayor liardle demanded i.". minutes for a reply to Mr Kiu't. and tho Forum irowd voted tli.M he should have It. The .Mayor on rising nal.l Mr King, all through his address had sought to convey the impression that David King waa tho only man in Can-j ailii who was honest. .\s for the truck. ~ its purchase was not ill-advised. Oae ^'"'^'">" ''">'' of the comraisaioners had been asked j """'"f '""�'" ' I to investigate garbage trucks ospec-i a'^^'ly -'"'^ licenses hnv \ ially. The commissioners had then : decided that that true k. and no other '�� truck, would pay for itself in Qlfcp year. Mr. King, after ten minutes' I i-'ooiNtuffs shipjied from the United 1 States mid Canada to the allies In ,,. ' , . , , , Mivri li was about 1.100,000 tOM, ni'ie.ration of ho ,.,ut Hap � ;.^,,.,,, ;-,,,, ,n refcroary. tl't chuicii has extended a unanimous 1 _ call 10 Krv A. A. llovey, of llamll- Tlie Ion. \,V., Id become its pastor. Two hotolkcepers fined $! and costs roller towels in use rogulations. in i'.iU'lpli weio ^.ic'1 lor having ill violation c. 'se in to,-oiiiiiy. and J 1)0' 11 i-. Tlio CaMMdioi. bulldinit irade? plolos-o,! 1,, ,llo MOVoniilleiM 1 Pr i......emplovliiK foreis;:i ai ch'.'oois. eii'-'inoers and ionlrac'ors. riic Cerninn langtiage may n� longer he .spoken by membera ot the Union;ue Club on Fifth aranu* and ha\c i i-i,], ,.,..nin,|, street, New Tork. in-t ' _ I'll- vr Vcniig (if TilKonhii-K ro-. -iv .1 i.o.vs !!i;,i Ills twenty year-old Mon !iad b.-.-n killed ,n Uie liif, ilrivo on .March 'Jic The inland rn'enue office is to b moved from Windsor iKr-torficc. wli.>re ! by W M-!ddi;p t'lat the pric" �! .-.r.ii'i I'-.' i.- .vet-.t-'d by a' jior bus. oi f-otii tlio piirchiisini; to tho s.'llini: price, to cover the .if .bs-ribution and collection, , 1 \ - \ bv laborer. 11 -M .-.1 P M rris that the council i."." '-, 1-0 -'! �,! wl.e.-,' f>om the 1". C C, at litiik 111. f.r.d tl;e seed oats :-�>:.1 ,  loonitron S'^-'l C.rain I'ur-(';a-ci:.i; c o->;mi isiot; at i;o;-ina, Sei-ro. 'ary to n..t!fy tiie f. C, er the OS's i- eoon as all applications are f;i--(i u,bin..d i.isi Mr. King's address was more con-; year to oppose ico merchants wlio di-. cerne'l about the evils of party govern- ' manded $1.". a year luid the price liiis mont than about the Crut Men of | summer will be SVV Canada. All the ills of our present I _ day government he laid at tho door i Prosident WIIscmi sent out a of party government, lie thought Sir , call to aduiinislrai ion r ircos in pn--U ilfrid Laurier was an honest man J vent an increase irom l-l .'1 to J:; i.n G and to ord- but he had surrounded himself witli | In the price of Blieat. such a parcel of grafters that the gov-j - ernment had put them out. Sir j A bill nropopes tlia! $:i.'i.oiio,iiiiii be Robert Borden was also an honorable appropriated for aire rat; production HKin. but from 1911 to l.tlT ho had a ' under one man. to bo hnow-.i as tho profiteering crow about him. The j Aircraft .\dnilnistrai or. speaker thought I'ttAou government ; - was alriRht If the peoplowould de-1 Mrs Bonjamin K'irkby o mand that there be 110 more grafting, died suddonly at the honi .\nd the grafters should go to jail.', brother, Pamiiel Deiuarary. Tliero hud been too much of a ten-i distance of .Mossb-y. cb'ncy to let them off in the past, as : - r.,uance the caseJW the cabinet min- The death ot .Mrs. Ueniv Hy,.i-s ri-.'ers in Manitoba Mr, Kini; also moveii one . woiin.lod ii! be.n tr:':- , to Caroo .Mioiii .1" Sarnla im-.- \ioi-s I'l-i- ill, o:' 1 b-i avaihib! � i;.'.!- veil. wL.i was 01 nioiitii. has I'loii a fb'l.l bospi .olr uni . > .-^ 1.1 youni: non of .'.roil their scr ii'ovonient .\biiiii I a iii-iced and � 111 \ "A n.i-. f.l. Klro b iKiii. ii house I,; t. 11's ,c! . Winn i'l 1,, veil to b � ot incendiary or-royoil ihe Kuage and storo kUI.-\\ tl;,' liuildini; and con � on i .10 projioi ly of j, )i,Miil. Detroit of her a short , Dr, Frazer. U, has i*i'er.! so:i. � ;1 t!ie east, re. r'-a;ne his w-o-k t-v e.\amining re .\ . .Tr 1 ..ol It. D.i.-niiiioii itov.'-nnioni Aliirc|iii- .-."''I v-ii.Mt ii,,,, b.'on i-,.,'i\. i-d by Ihe Doiiiini'in flour mills, Ilraul. ( ,irds for the duration ot tho war. The nomination of Dr. F. R. Kop-pel to be third Bsalstant aecretary .if uar baa been i'cported tatorably 10 llie Senate. S.'.'.eiary of State Lansing vigor-'iiisl> as^i.fts the riglit of the VS. to I .'iiuisitloii l>iii\ iil .1 lin ti'e bis \ h .� � ti.tole a ^;al� ..-�.o. wect of ;-!pi-on.l \;  ( t) 00 ready f .>r w vvf-oks,, wh'.n a nt .v 1 ,po .'n tile market ami ::i luil running onler, s i-'l i.-esiod a meeting ;�' i.jii on the war .,'f the Women's tnee: lit. "ar � 1:1 nr.' M ' .'�rii ii ai.r. Intc. the great rs of that .-(�oiillK '-'.is iT.iln and ex- 1" � o -v"r.ii iiui. i.-.-d tons hay ',a 'io-ir 1. i.n .,' ", i .1 acres. In '.*I7 t'.. y , i'-.  a .imotii;' 1:1 .n.t ,.�! o; t, . .it' ii use. ..n I � : :. � 1.0. e.-sr ar..| lt.."�t cjuipp-- 1 and ,-� .bb's in Suutl-.ern "Ir.. :i ,ri ,;;'.;�, for '.'":. , w .. ..h h'ls a bill > !.!�; 1 ;  i . .OS ..f !r-- ;; o's.-i a laf-'.-'tit ti!.>I " ' I bin -.j>'f� rooi" -ail 1 b'.'. A .".-oino-.O'l.-.tion i-- .'. :, f.ri,\: � i tor i'oii 'Iti't ,!n> cat t!.' u:,.l \ o; . '..�;.. an'l 1 1 � (: �'  ; .� : t f 1 'in easier ani .icato;- .\Ti,,!(iiT f.Ill lite of iliisfari'i - iliai o!' too Ij'lildlnKs are painted. .\ d.iiio.i vv -i! proviilcs ,'ihinidance of -r : i 'u;.., v both tile house aU'l 'h.- ,-'1. k, and thih vviil all be con-ne. loci - , 1 'j ti.icc the s'-ick wa-I'-re'i iii-ri'' on C'.ui or itoriny weather, .\i'oi;oihc r it is an up-to-duto farm, Tito I o I, K, and Red Cross Society are v--il nH'isfied with tiie re-  pi,OS.' M 1,1. ir call, and tho nioniliiy contriliuiioii-. at-i now coming in v.'ry aatlstaci oriiy. !' )i.i-| r' .1 rto kri �ie th.!,. to better advantage. Cismmission Government The spcik"'- snid also that tlie poo-pb' of I.erlibri.iL'o htld thought th.-y were solving their Vf'''l''tns \vh- n they .idopteii enir.misslou form of go\. ernment. The al.l-rmanlr government hadn't ti'ways bc-n square and aliove board The ci".- had been saddled with H heavy iiunlcn when it built a street railway svstem to make valuable t!ie oountl'ss subdivisions which ha.i bocj! added t.i the city by the real osiato crowd, win. had friends on the city council 'lio- speaker then went on to say that tjo- commission govorn-mont hadn't dono much better, men-t'oning the ^arhaKP truck and tho ftimoiis coal tii.n.' "V.'hen our public aien," conclude.1 the speak-r. to consider that they are in their jeisitions to work 111 th" interi'sij of 1 n dfi flo�' wiiiie liiiiii tu resoiu d by ii'iat s ; The hist on" oi-ip lirii isli [,.b s. tbe I, prr = s has loi'v r'ni" London i!o',', 'i.i.-, on )iap. r. two oi 4 . otii. d.'r at �-' cenis e.udi. i i,c V t 11 f i.")v.'rn- .\. V foU'tiliaiid. i.i.v'o'i n.'oi o,-. o.f or. an io" .-,'.uh-.. They were on shoio, 1. wspaper In tho .�'ii'l.iii Daily li.x-iip ; . two .�rnt,s. .;-C';:t morning and tne romaiii- Can, be used on either warm or cold stove IViw^ion went on the daylight s.iv-ini; , 1 lioim- 'i ill' mosi iiurilicrly i-ai>-Ital n the world is aireiidy after torl by the mi.lri. ,t sun. (jl.t Sol^evn now ihroiiKh tlo- sl^ics 2-1 liours continuously. Le..i ib.-iii three b.iii!--. tiftir Cie Cell doors c l.>si'ii heliinti liim. W'illiai.i I'illsworth. .if Loii'ion. On',, v,,i,-i found lb'.111. ,V handkorciiiof li. I aroiitni his nook an.I f.i:-:teiioil lo i!io bars of hi-; c. 11 liad .iiiis-d diath liy stra PKuiaiion, BUILDING MATERIAL A LC880N FROM THE. NAPOLEONIC WARS With Russia cruahad and helpless at tbe feet ot Germany and Qermany con. 0uetint  great offensive on the west Aront, we are passing through trying iUyi- Put a century ago Britain had 4sra eren more trying. Wa think of ^tV/nlmr as a great victory whtoh i$f0 VM mutery ot tbe sea tor a %IB�r�d years. Oo � remember what happened tm after Traflalrar* At the Tory OMlMBl of the battle Nepolaon was laMlBf an nrmy from France to at-j-- tatk Autrla and Ruasla.' On Decern-1 The ruling of the chief insiiecior bff t, aiz weaka after Trafalgar, be I that retail stores in i^thbridKo i.iay The fact that the garbage truck | will do the work It waa purchased lo do does not provo that the same ro-suit could not have lieen accompiislieil j by tbe ejpendlturo of less than lialf' the money. ' 4t(Mt�d AMtria at Auaterllfi. By the es4 91 tke aame aiunth be bad occu-pM VlABnn and dlouted tmrma of pMe� to Avfltrla. Austria iSoWn, i be 'tbraataati Pnaila and when, at 'iMCtb, iW>etober, 1106. Pniaela de-fM feiia, fee amaatacd fear completely at IWA'Sal waa la Berlin by tbe end �f mm* Boatb. Here be Issued