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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE iOUR THE XfrrHHKUIGE DAILY HERALD lUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1�)18 1; DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprittora and Publlehars i IfME LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- I INQ COMRANY, LIMITEr | 923 6th Street South, Lethbrldge W. A. Buchanan President and JUauaging Director ffohn Torjance - � Biisinfcss Mauaser force. - In wh;it way does the garbage truck differ from thv spccltications on which it whs ordered'.' If li business man orders a iiiacliine and Kets .-^onietliinir iliffereut, what doc. can v.TS dust cover for the truck. I'.ke the garbage cart? used to haveV Baslnesg Kditorlal TELEPHONES Office .......... Office .......... 1252 1224 MUCH MALIGNED MAN MAKES GOOD. Almost ever since his appoiutnieut, Josephu8 Daniels, the Ralei.ch. N. C. editor, has been ridiculed by the American press as socretar.v of the navy. When he abolished the use of intoxicants In the navy lie was chai'ao'ier-ized as a small bore .statesman. On every possible occasion he was held up to ridicule. Since the war began a wonderful transformation has taken GEIIING TOGETHER H. S. Allen Returns From Ot-lav.a. Where Wool Growers Received Fair Treatment '^PICKED UP IN^ PA SSIJVG TJIB Busy MAN Subscription Rates: DallT, flelivercd, per week .10 Daily, delivered, per year .....?o.00 Dally, by mail, par year ......J4.00| W:i^!^;.!T,^^i;^ye^r'^U.a:|^;^iP>-- ^-''^^ P-ed hhnself ---.------. j worthy of the President's appoint- �?f hL.^J "^"L,"' ^ to important office, ^ear dally on address label. Accept' , , , , ance of papers E.ftc. expiraticn date Is ; I" � le"er to Senator Overnu-ui our authority to continue the sub- i written by Mr.s. Dewey shortly after Thos. H. Smallman, leading London, Out., business man is dead. Rev. A. A. Hovey of Hamilton. N. v.. will become pastor of tho Gait Baptist church. .T. K. nailey a pioneer of Morrison township, was drowned in tho Soveni river. The late Jacfjue* Fai-ent. JI.P.P.. for -Morris. Man., left tin estate valued at nearly ?400,000. BcrlptloD. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Von LudeiKlorf! is said to hare now deci�lod against any further massed attacks which proved so disastroii.s to the Gertuans iu the recent offen-aive. .\o further oaer.sive has as yet beer, developed by the Germans, aud the allies are now awaicing the resumption of activiiv with greater confidence than ever that the enemy will be unable to break through. COUNCIL NEEDS AN ORDER OF BUSINESS No one auLndin.^ a regular meeting IK tho t-iv ccu:i;.:il could help but be struck v.-;i'u tlie "iree and easy' methods which prevail. Tiiere appears to be au absolute lack of an order of business under which one might expect tlM! businesi of a ten million dolhii' corporation would be condtict-�d. The Herald has mentioned this lack Admiral Dewey's deaiiu she said: "I wish you and the people of the coun- ' try also to know that my laisbaud felt ! for the present Secretary of tlie Navy. I Hon. .losephus Oauit is. a sincere af-rect;i)!>.. Only a short time ago i!;e .Ad-tiiira! said: '1 innf )>ecn in the navy si.\!y-!wL� years and iiave served under many Secretaries, but Secretary Daniels is the best S:cre;.\ry v;e h;;vo ever had and has done more for the Xavy than any other. I am amazeil by his knowledge of technical matters. Ha has studied profoundly, and his opinion is founded on close obser- � vation." This opinioti of tiie secretary seems to be becomintr general and even'his most ardent newspaper critic? are ciiangiug their tune. It is pointed out that since the v.-ar began, so far as the United State? is coticerned. eleven .'Ur. 11, S. Allen of Raymond hixs just returned from tittawa where he attended a very important meeting to i-t'present tlic interest of wool growers. The war trade board called a meetini; at Ottawa, April 17. of woollen maiiiifacMirers. wool growers, wool pullers and wool dealers. The wool ;;rowers of Canada were ver.S' fortunate in having organized i.'i February last, at Toronto, a Dominion-wide organization of sheep breeders known of Toronto for "the" Harbor as tlie t'auadian co-opcrativo Wool C,io\yi!~0 officers and :'.2,i.O0O enlisted men. including marines and reserves. It had 130 stations of all of a regular order of procedure more kinds in January. i;'17. It now lias than once in the past but without result. It Un\ necessary tiiai ;i;e c Rov. Qeo.iLetjcli, a well-known sup-erannnated minister of the Slethodist church, died at, Toronto. One of his sons is'a n.\inister in Manitoba. Canadian Niagara: Bridge ("ompany has been, formed by the T., H. & IJ.; C.N.U. aiVd  N.'^'.C. railways, to-con-struct a new bridge across iho Niag; ara near-BrhJgeburg. Lieut. Col. Harry Dla.vlock. formerly of High Rivor, has been appointed commissioner for the Canadian Red Cross overseas in succession to Col. Hadgetts, who resigned. A Toronto Inisiness inim of forty-three yortr.^' stnhding pas.'iofi away in the person of Mr. Hugh Yorston. He was formerly engaged in the manufacture of furniluro togcllier with Uie late Alexander King. Onufry Osynchuk and Telka Kalic-insky were committed for trial in the city police court in Winnipeg preferred by johii Kalicinsky, Teklas husband. Bisirop Fallon has-left London and will proceed overseas shortly, going both io Ireland and France. U. is un-in connection _. . n( of Catholic-chaplains. I Board, unleas it" is immediately ! posed of by the firm holding it. KIND WORDS WHICH ARE APPRECIATED A large advertising agency writes the Herald v,-ith reference to its special aufomobiie and tractor number pubiirfhed about three weeks ago. "�\Ve are sure you do not; have to apologize for any hurry in getting up this special number. A number of that kind would ua a credit to any paper." One- of the largest motor concerns In Canada also writes: "Our first impression upon looking ver yoar automobile issue is one of urprise at the splendid way it is gotten upland at the importance and dimensions which the automobile and machinery business with allied Interests have reached in the Lethbrldge district." These are from a number of similar letters the Herald has received about the special number from large eastern manufacturers and advertisers. The number has evidently succeeded In doing what the Herald hoped it would do: call strongly to the attention of the easte.'-n manufacturer and jobber the 'importance of Lethbridga >s a distributing centre. That is one of the ways the Herald continually endeavors to help Lethbrldge and i (I'istrlcl-by advertiElng its possibilit- : ies far and wide.' i into the light of day where people can properly appreciate them. U. S. on an NO INJURY TO DAIRY INDUSTRY In the House of Commons on April X, the minister of agriauiture said that the Canadian exportation of butter since the war, as well as of cheese and condensed milk, had increased enormously, as shov,n by the following figures: : wool will bring iti the I unrestricted market, I A Good Board I Mr. Allen was much impressed with ! the pefsonel of the war trades board : their keen business acumen and clear ' '''=tt. more prevalent among civilians di.srrimination on the matters present-1 than soldiers. According to Capt. H. W. Hill, medical officer of health for London, Ont., who is also acting as military sanitary officer in Western Ontario, venereal disea3e is one hundred per ed to them. He thinks tho wool growers interests as well as those of the : manufacturers will be well looked af-: ter and all interests conceived wiil ! receive fair and just treatment, i In the opinion of Mr. Allen, the or-I ganizatlon of the Canadian co-opera-I tiye Wool Growers Ltd.. is one of the most important steps ever taken in Condensed Cheese Butter Milk ) the interest of the sheep men of Can-Lbs. Lbs. Lbs. ' ^'^^ '^"'^ ^" sheepmen should he very iir. -It; 000 S-'S "-V "S.i =�49 � ^� companj-. ion l'.>17 .180,733,426 7.9JiO,000 15,g.^S,000 'Mr. Crerar pointed out that importation of butter into Canada previous to the v.'ar was larger than the expor tatlon of butter from this country. In 1913 Canada's total import.'; of butter amounted to 7.989,000 pounds; in 1917 importation into Canada dropped to 997,000 pounds. The %L-fect of the war upon Canadian supply was to reduce tiie amount of butter available for home consumption and to increase the price, .so that it ha.s become increasingly ilif-ficult for the poorer people -in tlie towns and cities to get the nece.ssar^-fats. Hence had arisen a demand from quarters throughout the country for the removal of the prohibition of the 'importation ' of oleomargarine, its manufacture and its sale. Mr. Crerar said there were only two firm* in Canada who had taken out CITtZENS A8K SOME INFORMATION Th^pros and cons of the garbaga j licenaes , to manufacture  oleomargar-truck purchase have bean pretty well  Ine in this country, but that any per-dlgcusied. The commissioners present son who would conform to the reguia-a �Ti)Id'front In declaring that: the m�c i fcions could obtain a license, Ai ie chlbe'Is all they as'ked tor and is:do-i present time, about .'JOQ license;; to tog iJir that Wag expected of it. The ' import oleomargarine had heer. is.sued cUyowns the truck now, and nothing I and the tojlAl Imports up to tho end of more can be gained, than has already ; t'ebruary *ere a little over 1,800,000 been gained, 1�y-harping on the pui^ Kpound^'. c . . , ohase;. ' i "Tl^ere is no doubt that during the , TJ��'e -are a few augeeationa and j period oftjve war and for several 4UMtip&8, however, which, if the com- j years after the war, our dairy induirtpy ulMloBers will answer, might give j will have a splendid market at re-tbe ojtlzena aome information they j mtmerative prices," said the minister. vmt Thoae Q^ea.tions thfc Herald j The price that has been obtained since the promulgation of this ordoi JiM iptn asked to publish and wo wli) be clad to publish the answers of tb* opmmlasioneri thereto: yn^t cities are uaing this rtg for faiclitie removal? What Ta their experience? How do they prevent the garbage (ran absldng out and blowing out? The Council will strengthen their position �when they aubmit a year's rMlilta, It they will now say how they yr^poie to calculate the amount of M^baga cuUected now as compared ^at before mmli0fonfr OrtM% MV -regBUtlOBs cafma into had not decreased as far as butter Is concerned. On December 10, when the regulations permiHin.g tho importation of oleomargarine wont into effect, the price was 40 cents. On Iti-uary 21 It had gone up to 44'^ cent,-; per pound, on March 4, 47''/2 cents, and on March 20,.49 cents. At the aarncj time oleoma:rgarinc was solliuj; ai, frtjm 32 to 34'cents per pouiid. These figures show conclusively that at the pre�f*nt time the dairy- Induetrjf has jir,t f.iiltdrei aa tho'raault of the in trodaction- of' tl��i� regulation!;'' INT EmORSE T FoucY mmm FOREIGN iSlNS Toronto, April 'J'J.-The Canadian Presbyterian board of foreign mis-oion.s has decided, not to endorse the proi)osal tor "neutrality" in foreign niissions during the war. Representations were made from mi.^sionary socieWes in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and- Switzerland urging that the principle,of"fiuper-natlonal-ity," of missions and misi'^ ojiaries should be observed on the part-of all governments so that In time-of war missionaries and mlaaionary work would be considered apait- from the national relations of the miaaionarles concerned. ' , This, in the opinion of the Presbyterian board, would mean that all German missions, which have been nests for German intrigue, should be allowed to "carry on" during the war. U. S, TO CEUEBRATE IT London, April :12.-'News that the birthday of Shaliespeare; is to be celebrated In Atnerlicaaa well'as In Ilngland is welcomed by Ithe Daily Telegraph, which says ^hat there Is every justification for a movement like this "for America has always claimed its birth right to Shake.s-peare."  . John McMillan, of Vancouver, but employed by the Dominion Construction company on the bridge over the Capilano river, was accidentally struck by a high line from the logging donkey and knocked off the bridge, falling a distance of 40 feet Xo the rocky bed of the river beneatli. Joseph Hamlin, deserter from the 90th battalion, on appearing In the city police court at Winnipeg, was 1 given two years' suspended sentence on condition that he re-enlist, Ham-h I lin went on a spree shortly before his battalion left for left behind. oversea*- and was Bananas may disappear from the Canadian markets entirely in the near future if the United States government commandeers any more of the ships j which ply between South American j and Central American ports and New Orleans. Fred Gagtian, aged 21, of Leger Corner, took a bottle of wool alcohol home from the I.C.R. shops, and on Sunday he and several other.s sampled tho contents, with tho result that Gaguen.died this morning and another man is critically ill. Claiming that young people are insufficiently looked after by policemen on their boats, the Ott.twa W. C. T. U. decided at a meeting to ask the police commissioners to appoint two women to the staff of policemen. A memorial tablet was unveiled last week in Calgary in honor of the heroes of the famous fighting lOtli. This battalion was sent over in the early days,! of the, war under the late Lieut. Col. [ Boyle. Arbout 100 Lethbrldge man ' were with the battalion. Five Austrians, who refused to purchase Liberty bonds at the Lytlle colliery, near Poltsville. Pa., were taken by the heels (�y the workmen and dipped into a steel tank used for heating oil. The men are covered with an amber stain that will not wash off. Rufiuo Despres, about 22 years o! age, was found dead in liis room at his boarding house in .VIoncton, X.B., with his throat cut. The motive for the deed is believed to have been fear of the Military S(?ivice Act. Up to date over $173,000 have been guaranteed by the Alberta govern ment through tho department of mii-nicipal affairs under tho act wjiich authorizes the government to go security for municipal districts requiring seed grain for its settlers. At Fort Arthur twenty-aeven telephone girls went on strike at 2 p.m. because they had been given only $2.50 increase in salary after asking for S.^. The system is municipally owned and salaries run from $27.50 to .'547.50 per month. It was announced at military headquarter,'! in Winnipeg that the famous cavalry regiment, Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians) will leave for Calgary where it v,iil bo rjuartered in the future. Owing to the fact that drafts have been sent overseas recently only about ninety men will be taken west. Allan H. Royce, prominent Toronto bnrrlstor, died in ^orlh Carolina, where ho had got.o for'his health. *^ � The Lindsay Thompaon Flax Co.'b mill at Sarniit, with its contents, whs destroyed by tire; loss placed at $10,-000, V _ V A new l)omb>c,nrryiivB airplane, do-Bigned 4'or. army use, .flow from Vlr.-ginia to Miuoola,. .'.i'ZH miles, in loss than tlireo hours. Samuel Young, the oldest member of tho British hJiiso of comnion.s, is dead at BolVust. Mr, Young was !)6 years' old;- - Sergeant L. Kennedy. wiio wonl oversea a w'ith tho Western Irish, diwi lit Kingston, "Out,, when cin^.his way ho.iue. . � ' ' \ '.' ' ' � J J, O. Stortz, an employee'of - th^ Bunk of OttaAva- at ^Bmei'son,' Man.-, was sentenced-to thrte months-' iit jaii for the.tt of ?900 from the bilnk.. . Win. J. McI>owell, ,,-oleqtrifilafi : at tho C.r.R. shops, residing In Weston; succumbed iu the Ue.neral lioapital to pleuro-pnoiimonia. , ' . , t "There-is no such-thing-usa techui-(�al violation of the law." .fudge Goff lia.s ruled in the Supreme Court of -N'ew York. John Goodman, bricklayer, was engaged, at Jiis, occupation on a flour mill at Gladstone, Alan., when the scaffold gave way and he fell a con-siilerablo di.st.iuce. He sustained serious injuries to tho head. Sir Henry Drayton, chairman of th^ Railway Commission has been olecteii president of the Ottawa Canadian club. Sir Henry Drayton, chairman of tha Uuilway Commission has been elected president of the Ottawa Canadlsti Club, A Brantford delegation willaak thd Ontario Railway Board to press tha lequost of Toronto to enter the coal busineag, T. R. Deacou, formerly mayor of Winnipeg, has been appointed fue( .administrator for Manitoba by tbi Itoininion government. Mrs. Helen Noble, 86, one of'Wind, .for's old roaldents, la dead. -Born in Scotland, slie f artie, to puntAn, Ani, fqj- a time lived near Hanftllpti. Recognition of WlBdoniih; aa ^ loyiil state, has been asked by thl Iioyalty- Legion through .it nawatMtpei campaign. Cjfciis tren'kB have given the- Lihi erty Loan a greai .pu�3i (ibd !� f parade^ for- patriot4c pvrpoiei twantyi five eiephanta wetft.iin.tine." The trial is proceeding in Chicag4 of li;! meaibei* of the I.W.W. charps ed with conspiracy to interfere witl (he Government's war actlvitlta. The Shipping Board at . Washing ton has submitted an estimate Jol fifteen million dollars for abip -coni struction A total of fifty millions li requested. Get a McClary Rust Proof Gas Range Rust is the chief enemy of the gas range. McClar>'s have banished rust by coating all exposed surfaces with haid baked, black enamel which is as easily washed as a porcelain cup. In addition, all McClary gas ranges may be equip p e d with white enameled tile or splash backs. This range is good all the year rou^d for the most exacting kitchen work-wired glasa door with thermonjetcr, wartning oven and warming shelf, Clean, cool, comfortable. "Satisfaction," a beautiful well illuftrated booklet telling all about McClary's gasappliances will bcKent free for the asking., M�Claori MONTKEAL HAMILTON WINNIPEG EDMONTOM VANOOirVn SAStATO .> ITALIAN FRONT. S" : * o * o <� FACE BRICK, MANTLE BRICK, COMMON BRICK, FIRE BRICK, HOLLOW tlLE, SEWER PIPE, WALL 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 BEAVER BOARD 1245 Second Ave. S. QUPPLIEg ^^^^^ A KTr% i:?^* TmAiicik.IT. ^^^Bi^^ AND EQUIPMENT PhoRC 755 TURNEY LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PANY, LTD. 27306506 5296 ;