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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta OAILV ANU WIKKLY THK LKlHHRIIKiK DAILY HFRAF.D riKSDAY. APniL 21. Pn^rttn and PubiitS*r> ITMB LtTHBRIDOE HERALD PRINT-INO COMPANY, LIMITCC tt tth Stratt South. Lethbridg* W. A. BuQha: an PrMldent and Manngmc Director ffoka Toriaace  HinlntK* Munager TILEPHONCt Vaatiifta Off.ce .......... BdltorUI Ottica .......... 1S5: 1224 ubacrjption nataai DttTr. tfflivored. ver wc�'k......10 Oaiir. diMivprcJ, pvr y.'nr .. ..foOd Dally, by kihU. ]� >r ye�r ......$4 00 tVaakly, by :?nll. i-fr yoar .....$: 59 Waakly, l>r mail. p?i r*-""" to rr 9. I� 00 Date* nf expiry of aubarrlptlons appear dally on mldress label. Ac��pt' tBca of pa;ifr>i fii �xpiraticn ^lata I* cur �iKJi.'-.ty � I I'onliiiue the �ilb the PROGRESS op THE war V(.:i  i.Tft :-� til!K- u ;i i i '^  lO tll>' lit rUMIlS 111 ah 0 N,. i;ir!...T b;;:iiption I'f : C.ier.i f ; ii:i .�;ir-li- r rri,T-i"(l 1 -' > � i. .i -: r � 11 ^ ..-.hi In wli.it WRv ilcKiii llir fturliago liiuk ' lilffcr from thr �pri(tlriitlims on { wiiloli It v,** ordprod ' If :i l>\is,iir�:> nmn orili-r.-^ .i isi.icliino ' .Tirl �;� wouKI it lio M priiv.!- ,\ . 'n \ iH covi-r for th- tr\iik. : ki> 'hi' tiirl'iigi' .�art- li�pil !(> iiavi' ' much MALIGNED MAN | MAKES GOOD. Miiiosi rvpr siiu i- lu^ .i ,>!!.'iT, uunt. J/VHCplnin !>,inicl,-i. i:u( lln- i;.�vy. ^Vht'n ho iilH'li.-�1ir,\ i!ic uio of nroxi-cant!" In Ih ' ii.ivv !i-- '-r U*(1 ai a lior.' -ta'.'-riiiui, t>i. OVprr pOSKlillc i Hl'Il ill' kh-; 1 .'il up to rlili'iilt' S'liii' !h- w.iv Ivg.'c, .1 wnnrti-r'nl : r.iri^fi'Mu.i'.ion \\.\'n pliti '. l>�tu>'Is li.is priiv,',] : :;n-i'lf wo-Tliv of ;lio I'l^l.'nr:; , jn', lu! nioni t �> tUp iiiiporiair In 11 T i�i Si' wfuti>n by !>.'� \'! ;i.;r,il 1 � > ^ iIi'm Wis'-'. y(w,i .it'.ii ti'.i' ',' ' ':.. .iSn '.o kriou rh.K f'T -I: rrO'-i'lK � H,..: .l..n:> .. ': GEHING lOGETHER H. S. Allen Returns From Ottawa. \N here Wool (iro�ei� Keteiverf Fair Treatment ^PICKED UP IN ^ PASSING ��* THB MJnr MAM Thou. li. Smallman. UiiainK t.ondon, (^iit . hu!iin�>sii man l^ iirad liov A. A. Ilovpy (if lliimilton. N. A' . will bprnmo panloi nt tlio Ualf Map't"! church. .1 K Hotl�>y a plou. � r i>l MorriMon iDwnjiliip, was drowiii'd in llio Snvem river. I>tpr >{nz(>ttoti. tornif'r n^ll ktiowti Portane Ua rralii.> hololkpi-pcr. ilird at WlnnlpfR. .Mliin H. Hoyre, pr-inlnftit Toronto linrrlnfor. tllod in North ('arnlinn. �'l>.� mU8!�. In li'im ' Ib.iii Ibri'P hoiirK. Th.. iHto fnplHl,, (i..,.r�r lli.l.:u.l.o,, ^T\'^- 7 beque�th�l $ir>.otM. for � pi.l.li. bath '"'""*; "f ""monH. li hou�*t In KinnMoi. 1"'"'' '".��""��' Mr. > ouiik whi. !.� Tbp Imp Jacqu�� rartiit M I' r . for Morrm. Mnii.. latt Kb pjitittp >.UuimI at nearly HOO.rtOd.  I:- (1 s Mil n o! nayniond '.!;�� jviKt '1 iii'inva where he at- ;,.;,,) 1 .1 \''i\ i-nivi-Sant meolini; , ' " - i.|,r.>'n! !!'.' ri'!"-'' of Krow- \\ the MouiiP of fmii^iryK aiimial � I'hi' w.ii- i.uie hoard riiPed almeetinKi* year o{ useful work lor the ......11.; :;t (Vfa�.> .-Viirll 17, of wool- jostifute was r�porteil 1.1 r; i'.,i;' '  IV':^. *oOl KrowPrs. wwl '.1 �> .11 ! wo..I (Ii'uler* rite wiMil Mr P H. Drayfoii, K C Ravp nn i.r.ir iiyi ; 'r.i'.i A'' I'" 1 ! 1 � > 111 l; i Vlt \,v. y. r 1 I: � l.'iii (�.luiiilrt were very for ' awird allowUiR Mr T II W.iison $f>;!.-struct a new bridgp a(roh th Mvlie organlied i-J rehrii-1 Too for wator lots "oiitli of the l.aho j ara near HrhtgebiivK i ^KinRHtoti Thp 20 >Par old nun of Kire Chlp| Younna, at THIsonlnirK. wati klllee�ni formed by the T , H a II, t'N" U. aiMl N Y ('. railway* to can- .\iat! ij.:-. to. a Oominionwiile Shore road pxprop; lai eil liy the city 1^ -lioep T>reedprs knowi; of Toronto for thp llavhor Hoard j l.ieut. Col. Harry UluyhM-k, former liiii looperatlvp Wool - j ly of lliKh Kivor. has hieii appoinfoit riioma!" H Smalini.i'i one of. conimlsKloner for the Cana.lian U''il London's hiislness nin: il'.o't after , Croiis overspas in -iii . .'JMion to Col �1 loiir days' illness uii!i iiinninionla , HiulKotts. who rpsijtneil III' 1 ame from Ulrr Ireliui'). 'l" years' I'l ;>> loTni..'!-. I' ;ir'� aua.MnK ii-'.\;'. k-i"!: sf'M'e:' 'v. r � ;iat the en-'niv lir-.ik throiifth ~ v �.' ' �.-,1:1 \ N.i'.y I'v 1.1' Wool At thio oi�ani/a " � of five men w.Te 11. �  the w(>oleii tnatiu '; li'.ivor to arrive at .1 I' .iiiiK bt XV m'on of S.i^k , .ind II ' years old, Spr�?oant I,, Kennnly. who wnnt over.sean wilU the Wenlerii Irli'li. dlntl at Kttigslon, Oni,. whpn on_ hl� way hwue. , ! .1 O, Storlr. nn employpp' of lU^ Hunk of OtfitAvii- Hi Kmernon, ^fnn,. �-as tienfen'-**! to thri'e months la jau for theft of J'.irtO from thP hi\nk, Wni .1 .Mil)�iwcll. olpi trUlam; at 111'' C I' It ^liopji. reshlilifc In Wewton. hu. .' kiio .s iodi;.' I...- ^'-I'l �r t!id :niil'>yr Ills v :i ' H  !>:ir III .1- i.>ii' COUNCIL NEEDS AN ORDER OF CL.SI.NtSS i,' N I:.,- . . . b. , :�,. ^ ^^ I31*'-h. �'.1- w . to 'i.' .Ill .-.l- l)i.-;iir-- r.i, pi , .iM' ll il .'. . . :�; 'I The rUr.i of ri-ijn'.i: a ;.'i.i.ar ineet-, i.ei;. Li:: .i:iu r.i.sy ' , app- ars k .11 .)r.;e:- .'f �.n:f]\- .'a-� 'll ii'.r; on ll'.is opini'ii! hf he.'0111.lU' 'I..- s:n," '.-� r-iire.i sr.:-- f..-' n '1 fr.i::-; iv.t'i.i',' ir-' :.r y .ui,l -�. M.idame l^oilis Pi Niirnin.'f |tra� and --.'j , ;� I :iii:'ned ii'ii't.repri'senled the i ..'.- .i: the tiieetiiie ..ilUd .Mherr VuiikI'Uu; .111 '�.ides hoar,i a; whi. !i -lie C T H frejftht i'\ w.r.' yreseni re4irL'sent ,nB ford, suffered .severe Ml- ;r,ii'n>sis. .-V lively n.' .'i an 1 in one eye win 11 !i'1,1 for tlirei- hoars Ini: ii'.) i liiirn- add pxplode.l .i.;'..'.'ini'nt eould be rea. lied - ot the manufacturers said Lloyd Williiims, .isi oxii': i.ti. ed .' r.o: orizuTiized aiv.l the wool farm laborer, is siiO'i; his i-niplo\er. .�V Toronto bii^inens nuiii of forty , .lolm Coo.linan, briiklayer, was en-'lire,. yt�*��,s stjitniini; i>ass.�t away in ' ^Tated, ai iii� oci upatlon on a flour mill al t:iadstone. .Man , when the �.is Imisv llie per^ini of >!:' Ilimh Vor'^lon. II li a' riire'" was formerly eiiKav 'il in ihe inanufai fi-o 1 aupthi Hire of furnlMire iof;eMii'r with tli late .Meiaiider King. SI .ffold inivp way and he fell a eon-siil.ralile di.-tiince. He siistiilned ser-lois iiijiirie.s to the head. Sir Henry Drarton, cbairaiaa o( th4 Railway Commlnalon tiaa iMen alacteit prmlilent of tb� Ottawa Canadian finb. Sir Henry Drayton, rhairman o( th� Railway Commlaslon ha* baan alacteil prpsidnnt of tba Ottawa (^aaadlan riuh A nrnntrord ileleRatlon will atk tti4 Ontario Railway Board to pratt Uia requfMt of Toronto to enter tba coal liiislneaa. T H Deacon, formerly mayor o| WlnnlppR. haa bean appointed fuei udmtniiitraior for Manitoba by tli4 Dominion Rovarnmant. Mrn Helpn Nobia, K. ona of Wind-nor'a old rnaldenta. i' ..'.ii'l I Ai: lu J.uvi.iry. sustained when he fell from :\ plow , wlihh. he ."ays. �>�a,s rl.'a.vii bv horses, Mrs Tlieresa Rp'',�soe( lies, wife of !>r U.inion Hent;oer:o-s, i otisnl Rcn-� r,il of Ciiatemala. fell to hor death ; I N.nv York from .1 fcvirih floor wmd.nv in her aparrnient. ; i. ois :i> :r � i 'Ills lack .i'.;r'' more w:; :,(oa^ re- al all iriler oi  !hau uiice In :iie i';.-: h'a w:;;, iU; . it i-;. ' nei. � -.iry lit .ssiouera be on their dignify Umes but the business .,; \.. ckv woulan t suffer hy reas.in of .1 little more efiort to cuntiiui couacl! ir.^e; after some fixed p'..-.n The Hera'.',! gave the council some light i.iea .il je-tor.,!..;. - ...mi- j how a X.'. ri-p ir. o:' 'ri-^'U lar Mua-iay session wouUl have read U wiirn; txaciiy .ii:;.-.-.ig Tiwre ,,-ii'c any rt-iis'.in for sliij-sUod meuiojs .)( doing the hus.ne.�s tiiat cames before lilt council week by week. kino Words which ARE APPRECIATED .\ ij.r^>j adverLls:ng at'en. y writps the II-..'aid '.vith rel>-reni- to .'.s sp"^-ciai a'a: iinohiie and tractor number putii;-hed about tiir-e weeks ago. "We are sure you (i ) not hav.> to apologize for any hurry :n gettini? up Ihiis BijeC'iai number. number of that klnJ would a credit to any papur � One or the largest motor concerns In Canada alxo writes "Onr first lnipre*�ion upon looking Ter yonr automobile issue in one of urprine at the spUndld way it 13 gotten up, and at tne importance and ^tynension^ which Mie aulomnblle and machinery business with allied Inter-eitg have reached In the Lethbridije district  !i::s'-'1 i-ir\>;'.. T'.'.i' 11' ::,l>''r .-mp' ':."'s .r �i'.i> ;'i=Kular navy yar.ls in [he Initcl btate* li..s in. rs.'.sed from ;o ovi'r C:: shor� and iif'.oaf, inrlu.lins c'.v-iiiiins ,-ind su-Nir; t!'.- uav.il . s'i'.-;:>hmeu: n,'',v .-iiicra. rii-i.-.^ 'li,!:: ,.,ur hundred ;hou-,',U'.i I'.'i iiivs. This is a go.-id re. .ird .I'l.t .'�^�:\i::n~ Danii'is Is i;ly..'n ly.i;: .' i- r i'ro-balily crin.'is-n .U'l t:..' - r-i.c-v .: , , i bii: i- i.riM i;o; p,-uv; i.' "iiLn w,ih ab;;,ty .ml grci: \:ni'; -��,:',\-pucity. He possessi'd t.'i-se a!! the Mme an.l ;/,e w.ir d-.nifri.' tloai into the liKht of day whr hy .Mr I'.i. 'iuson. lU.urman of th'.' wool coininis- -ioll Remove ReitrietlO"* .\;:,:- r;.- T1..illa^'er of the Canadian iiiir..� iv. W" 1 (Irowers Ltd. w,is s-.'il t n. ikp sai'-fai'tory ar-'.:->':'\'i.'s r I b.ave Canmlian wo d '.:� r.'i -iii.o'i nouuifai','nrers '! I' S. It Is the '!'�-.i" M ': lid.' the Canadian niann 'urt-rs to , w'o.d tlK'y fi. wo.d will b-irii: in (he I unr.'striried market. A Good Board Onufry Osym link and ''.'elk.i K.ilic insky were commdt.'l for irial in the slii'ds at Stra' ;clty police i onrt in Winnipeg prefi rr-:;ns oil Mie face 1 eu hy .lohn Kalicinsky. 'I'l-kias hn,-1 . .ii'tioy of .r oy poll.ie-mon on their boats, the Of 'wa \V. i' T. I', (leclded at a meeting to .isk tio' pol.ce lonimlssloners to appoint, two iobert ColdstPlii. .�. motion pi> ture , �o-ien to the staff o' policemen lirodncer. c'aarged niili vi'ilation of 1 - ^ I'.spionage An. found guilty i .V memoriul tablet w.-vs unvellpd la-t t xhibiting scppp* iiiiended to Incite wpek in Calgtiry in lioi-or of the heroes : �red against the'lliitish which were of the famous firhtint,' lntli. This bai-orporated in a ui �ion picture play talion was fui ov.r in the e.irly da.i.s til th. a':u'. vs ar h e\ents ill the revolution- of tho war iind.'r tli.. laie l.ieut. Col Hoylo. Ahdiit loo 1. tlilirlrtKe niMi - were with tlie battalion - j A carload of onions, beginning to - I 111 will be confiscated and sold at Five ..\iistriaiis, wlin refused to pur ;� pri.'i. on the Ketjlna market, by j chase Liberty bonds at the Lym.. col ' 1'r of .\ 1-:. Phllp. chifif of staff for I llery, near T'oitsviiU-. I'.i , wore t.iken ,1 1) .McGreifor, of the Canada Food H.>ard. unlea* tt i� Immediately di�- iiin .Hi tbe home grown posed of by the firm holding it. i at I'fuas that such - .�Vccording 10 Capt H. \V. Hill, medic.-^.! officer ot health for London. Ont . who is also acting aa military NO INJURY TO DAIRY INDUSTRY In the flou.'e of Coni.'uon- 'D .\pr:l .'. the m.ulster lo; a�;i, .u',-ur - said '.iiai lao i.'anadiaii oxp.j."',.i:;ju of liu;-:>'r s-;v,e ih-' -Aar. as -ai'II as .f ci-eese and condensed milk. !;ad in'^reasid enormo'j.sly, as ihuAn by lUe foliuw-tng figures. Condensed I'h.-e.,. K'.l' ev Milk l.bs Lb.- Lbs. .li,",ji>...... ^l'>>,j; . y.:.. 4;' '�'K . 1SU,T.) >.4.:i. T.r'^ �.' ' II l.'..�.'i,v,iiiM) Mr. Crerar pi.;nte,l ,�,� thai imp jr-�atlon of b.ut -r into c.inad.^ previo-a-s to th"; war was larger '!:an the exportation of butter from 'hi- i.'oun'ry. In by the heels by the workmon and ' dipped into a stetl tank used for heat . ing oil. The men are covered with un ; amber stain that will not wash off. | Rufino Ilespres. about '^2 years o. ' _________ age. was found dead in bis room a'i Mr \l;n:i was iiiucb'inipressed with sanitary officer in W'eatern Ontario, : his boarding house tn .\Ioncton, Sli.l :],,. ;,*s,..i. i I,I The war trades bo.ird venereal dlseane U one hundred per, with his throai cut. The motive for on an Ih. kcf-ii I'u-i'i-'sii acumen and thinks the. wool grow- rs ineri-ts as well as thoae of the nianufai .ir> rs will be well looked af ter and :.!', m^orest.* conceived reseive fair and just treatment. In th" oiiinion nf Mr. Allen, the organization of the Canadian co-operative Wool (j-owers Ltd. is one of the n'.ost iniporranr sfetm ever taken in 'he int.i('rist of the sheep men of Can a/la and all stieepmen should be very loy.il to th" company. ihan soldiers. prevalent among civilians i the deed is believed to h.'ive boon f-ar > of the .Military t?tnvic.> .\ct. UUli Canada's total impor's o: bift.^r These are :rom a number of similar amounted to 7.f*�9,o..i() pound*', in I'.'IT letters the Herald has received about the apecial number from large east-am itianufacturers and advertisers. The number has evidently succeeded In doing what the Herald hoped it would do: call strongly to the attention of the eastern 'iianiifa(iur"r und Jobber the 'importance of Lethbrldga 8 a dl.stributing centre. Thai is oii'' of the ways the Herald continually ndeavors to help Letbbridge and Matrlct-by advertulng if.s possibilities far and wide. importation into Canada drojip.d lu '.re,-ontat!ons wore raade from missionary so( ietijea in Norway, Swed-in, Deiiiiiar'i and Switzerland urging that the principle of "�upar-natlonal-ity,' of mlssiontt and m}*i|Qnarles Mr. ererar .aid there ware only iw, , ^I'^l:^,!- �rrt^an.['?;r^o/''^r It was announced at military hood quartern in Winnipeg fiiat the famous cavalry regiment. Lord .Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians 1 will leave fo.- Calgary where it will be quartered In the future. Owing to the fact that drafts have been sent overseas recently only about ninety men will be tak en west. Get a McClary Rust Proof Gas Range TJnst is the chief enemy of the gas range. McClary'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 equipped With whits enameled tile or splash backs. This range ia good alt the year rouftd for tho most exacting kitchen work-wired glaast door wiih thermometer, w.irming oven :inloaara tjMrato: tat oltla* ara using thia rig for f, tt tbay will DOW aay how they ta caleulato th� amount of ^. ooUaCtad now aa eompartd ^::imm,' vam ed posts, onu pf wmek w�� ptU-gOff^d aa tka r��uU of tba in ! 'l'^>*'Ty�d.-iroduotloa of �ha� rOgulatlonls '�  Home, April. M-^Oaaultory artillery action* occurrod along the whole front," *ay� today's War Office report, -iii .Macedonia, at dawo "n April 1:0, under the effective (ov< r of artlUary flra, 4ptu<:h men Is of our troop* tufllcted heavy losses oi\ aarij^n ad- FACE BRICK, MANTLE BRICK, COMMON BRICK, FIRE BRICK, HOLLOW tlLE, SEWER nPE, WALL BOARD PLASTER, CEMENT, LIME, FIRE CUY, PLASTER PARIS, MORTAR STAIN, NAILS, GLASS, STRUCTURAL STEEL, PREPARED ROOFING, BUILDING PAPERS, FIREPUCES AND GRATES. 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 SUPPLlEg A �"�,*^� wwwmA mwm^fm* ^^^^^ 1245 Second Ave. S. AND EQUIPMENT PhdM 7SS J. B. TURNEY & COMPANY, LTD. LETHBRIDG E, ALBERTA ;