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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta tor &etbl?ri2>ae t)erald letbbri&|e, Bil>crta J DAILY ANU WEEKLY Proprietor* and Publii*)or� {TMK LtTHBRIDGS HEHaLD PRINT. INQ COMPANY. LIMITEC MS 6th Street South. Lctnbrlds* W. A. Bucha; �n f-rcufdem nna .Man.i�:in�: I>irecfi.r 9ohn Torianiti . Uuxinofi Maaafer Vtminpss Kdltorial TILFPHONES Olfii-o .......... Office .......... Subscription Rate.*: Dallf, re.l. yt-r week .... Dally. (Iflhi-rrl, I'i'r ymr .. . D!\Ht, by ir.;i;I ir�>>oiitInl nf llfp. Thf> proposal to pii' a city of 200. oro people HI. thp iiiori.y i ; "U' li n i-om l�:n;iiic>i\ n niU4ili\(j Ihi' firs; tliliiK thnt �i>iilil happtii. if .uiJtirai coal w.ro tiarreJ fri-m \V...^i.-rv. r.uii�il:i. �V il.'i would 1)0 (-11 1 III. oMit'i'ic rt-prp'onintivf' o' tin KovriMiuont put lliin :".( �aKo o( �,'.if mir.'1 * nv (t> p.T . ips .1 il.(>. �ii I'o' P'' > �'�;!. sip." 0O�l intlf! 1>0 llll.'.. 111.- lIt";i!.Miil� of ih�i iilirn r:i. :iii.? nius' lio . in.-r,! r,l .I'l Icn; by hoiit ...i! U'r \V iiiuipo;; ts.nisfs � :' 1 . is: jircli iiMy iwiop whiil il il."'* aiiilcr oiis'im; (�ondltKni!!- ((itiJtiuiMm; a killlitf but � Ion upon p.Kim  ;..!iirii; of i:io popul.itioii "TluTr ; t.iki- If. District News irnniDGE daily hrrald Wr.DNKsnAY. APniL 2\. VMH now isLwn (trom c'lr (low lsl:i':.i. (ookiniT s.;l,. 1 oc;i % 1 s \ ..T ^ and tho !.> llMilk ( ,1' Mo Hi'is' ik.'s. ; ^PICKED UP IN PASSING JM* THB BVSr MAM a Datee of cipiry of (luliscrlpfifm� as-(Mr dally on addrpi*!) lahel Accept-tnce of pnpi rs : flc oxpirativii 'iat� la oar auiliL';i:y \i coniinue tbi> lub-trilptjoa. tii.u the fuo', iiii'.bd ions .it'cnfion  of tho Alb'^rra op. ii.iril ooai oi:y . .m 1 b..i;.-v.. tia; :lo': u�:i in supiily of niri'.ri-b-o'.'.ih; horo t-o; a mill iii'ini of ib :.' rntioii irtriiiio-s 1: a.i rptiirn t\\ r^t>os and wiiesi oariior� -:� o, wi',1 im\  .1 �iof,: ......1; 1 : lO'TJ Til's i- a : llo; o is ;io ri .i -"r, wl ': li;^ .i;i\ s.'. g.'; 11.: o.;r : -a.!: L'oa. 1 ,in r-n'n> i\Mu .1: fid upon tra-i-po" . up t:', iako f �:� iron oro ,i-.d ! \oril I'lio home � Id on ,s:atii,-d.iy aftor-. 1 . ,.ssful \\\ m ory way .M'.ir .'^ooio�> wtnh  ,. .I'iillv all the donorn , ; . V bi .'a 1. l-.as bcfu roHid i lvalue. Mrt. Phillip Brown of gnoboc, 1, �i f(>- tho pnN� frw : taken to th�> hospital and rtiod, �  1 !'.ri hastia-ld on 1 _ .;-ardloii distrlo' | jir*. Carl Brttbandn passed awtr ~ \-!i'U Mi,h motoiPd I j, Voob� Jaw. ilo- .l.-^^'.'ispd waa .14  tl S.i'tir.lav but. j yours of age. - Tripo and oyatera are rodnotnd tha oost of llvlDR with AmcrUana. A fnw Brandon. Mnnltnbii. dlstrirt f.irraora report whrat tnoip than all inoh hlRh. Mamn Henry, onh oliibV-ot Mr�, Maude Henr.Y of Chatliani, Is leportod killed In action. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR WmnirPT from �li.> lio id of ihr lak.s in cars that, l.iokin^; luis 'ro;�;'a;. w.",: 1 come hack emp;\ On tii. ..-hor li ui 1 to :>r:nf: >oal from r-a  1 �-'.lui t(>ba and Wfntts-n onMro � a.d merely �,noreasr tlio .lirvadv i:n:-.;onso prppordHranoo of f.is-bo-ri.i frfii;:r ar .\,- on ; have .W iXiVf s undo.-fori f -bru^- � tbi' tiops ,1;" r'.i, tai,. ,1' .1 mosi tatir-iy � � :ari:.^ P" ! fr -n 1 n li fror.. v-k? hr.vp (iorirar. si i.oo.il A Oil "n til.II n; ' r.-;.- 1 ,1.1.'. 1,1V � d n; .1 -1II o, > II ,1; ' ir ^1: Lorm.ir..-V. n' uri i.ia! :;o sue, o?-:i � mi-.n-' :-.-.f:v.-.l .-aid iiav.il M'. ra- :ino.' u.o.p, o\o' p i-.wr w;!! bo n> w i' r.i rho ,)> '.nid ,'.1 !: s.omr o i'ros- is la' of ;iio \i,t'>- import .nipogn-rs of tho 00.1 i 1'iay ..�r-i:, THE ALLIES CNLV F.EKLGE .\;:-. T K". !'oh.--v, > r..r, ' : o; I 1 ;.i Sl.ilO; ai',' ikicium. i'lriuea' -sion^T for i,.i: !n^:i?ii-.'. ' a- si:i;a":"ii pro war w!u-at I'roar britain, Fral deposit': wliiol; ar-' .iva^.i boat Wininjioi: if W ir.r. i;i. ^ liM oonTim-i'd lii.i! i" is ;:i.' �� 1.. 'inly ;o ti.iy Alberta I'.^a. .Ml  :s il;o Manitoba marl., t : r: a oi' yo."rtf .'ptf.-'itt in .Mil. � w. s- ,,t rao i;r >MI1 . oi.-.I lo't d timo :tt;.^ d.-'vob - ali iio.-ls It will b� Mani; >lia no ni'ist In-li: Itii?: th.'ir own priidn.:;ion were !�V.. ". .. bitshols. The l.'i: pri.liio-tion in tlitso rouniries was only SOS.- ' Oobusii'X.s. loaviiig import ro-: quirements fr.mi .Vugus' 1, 1917 to August I!. on the b.isis of normal needs, at "0,.|-,ii,:i bushels or more than was evor exp irted to Kur ope in .itiy oi:.> year W.i.i utma.st etjuoniy and substiuti'n of coarse grail.' Irtstead o:' '.vlo.at. with ronse-�lUeii 1 isF of �li.-;:- hom' ?ap'>!i05, 11.1-.. � .imtrfs m;.;;:-  xis- ami f>ied mi ' . oii.oi .1 bti.iiiPls �� . ,l:-.-> p..l;:-= that !t :? im-'.itiada aa.i tho In.ted ; pa. >� the .'>lo.i.. .... odd bushelj vrhol. t.ie.v w^re abl f 1 f;ir-nisn in ;;'i'.-17. In far', he writes, "i; will bo v-'K fnrtunai.. if tlodr ex-ports durlnK II'IT'.N 1:0 not fnii tmdor the 111!" million m.iri; 'h- shipments frui!. tit.: bntted St.Tff-. reported until ihoeii y. -have 1)P-: oxi-efio.y ui.i..,,-pft.i.::.^ it IS proii.'bl,' w^-'l! within ':ip truth to sM'e th;.; our ilttMpean .Mli-'s. aro. for e ritrrfnt yea-, nvt-r l." mil'.on bii-heis siiort Hi tiiotr ab�olu''- needs, i;d .;:ar ft i.s only thruu^h careful husliaiuliitg and dr ratiiiuing, and the siiipmeu; uf Xutth Ameritan sup-pVtog and .^onie .\M:i.n ipa wlipat. that Wido-spread siar.M io-i l.a' b.-n so Jar nv( r'fi. :.Vt it.p pr a c mst.iii' :y Vein^ V. .-i liuns and Off approflal eultivRiion 1 "..t l.alv c i.id for Alb.TM. CO. .i a:;d ?ood f.ir V.'inr.ipoi; 0,1-: rly of tb.o prairie provairp.a uses nothing but .Aiberra coal Kvoii tiom a selfish standpoint Winnipfc should gp' behind th.t^ .Vlbirta propjsal. .�\3 for the .Mbor-a miners, they are not so bad a? the V,"innipog Frpe f'ross would make out T.ikinc theni aU round rhey are vo^y lair .\ few agitators oaiiso a lot of trouble at times but the Herald n.?li-vrs it can afsure its Wiunipei: ^ontomp irary that the miners will stay at work, os-pec ally wher. they s"" an oppirtaii,'y of steadif.f work by '\e ,:i,|;t;,-n of th-^ Manitoba market i,. the .Mbrta zone. Song by His th- [leans Wh'-n \Vo'-s-|.p; 'Spilling t''o .M'lVLir s ,Vway " The spectacle of tli� mayor's organ rushing to the defense of the commissioners on Mio garbage truck purchase ii at le.j�' attiusin.? .\nnther big push may bp euppcted on the wos: front :uiy d�y now. The lo s (if a million or so men ir, nothing to 'be Kaiser, Hindenb irg i Co. !' . , 1,. aul o' ibe rtilted Thurch �,is . ri . -t.-cno] ..' the home of Mrs A 1' U'lts. O'uui-t street on Thurs-d.iv .i.-'ernm-n wfti � good attendance p. sent 111'- i: 'xt nieetlnn will be h.-ld ,it "le hou... of Mrs. C, H. Bell. Kirsi A\.tiiie Returns From War Mam fti-iiils 111 this district will bo td.MsPii to learn of fhe �atp arrival in 1 ,'i...o!,i froni overseaa of Mr. Oco �n serving in br.iH �� - 1.  i;M'. Mr t"alder will ar ; \\ �� 01 i iiU.uy on Tuesday. M \ ,iti Ibll. Kir.st .-Vvenue. enter '.1 � :� i IS .r wcK-ord guest. Miss 1' �! . ; s "f the Cood rheer school. Sad Loat 1 ' e synin.itb', of a wide circb' of i: � ::'i.- iv.is I'x-.iuled 10 Mr. und Mrs \ ilarrison lii lli" lost of tlioir twin .;if'iits on \Vedii"sday last. Mr and \;;~ I'ra'-risiin desirp to ejpress tluir apioerMtion of the many act? of kind-n. ss at.l sympathy shown them dur-j iat; their bereavement. 1 Tin Altar Society of 9t Michael's i ol un h w,i.s delightfully entertained by Mrs J. Halpin on rhursday after imon I Mr Frank Sutton of Ttpilaw spent til" wo.'k'Mid with his fumlly here. The Woman s AunUiary of All Saints iliutcb. met at the liom�� of Mrs Kb us, he. How .Vvonue, on Thursday afternoon. Mrs ..\lb.>r� M'hitney was the host ess of a lioliiilitful lea given at her iiotno on friuay afternoon in courtesy ; to lior sis'er Mrs Macbean. who Is at present her guest Paasea Exam* Prioiids in tins district will he glad to learn 'h.it Mr Kirth has been sue I essful in jiassing his e�aralnat!ons i a imitting him into the Uoyal Flying ! Torps, Toronto. | Mr A. F Worts motored to Medl-I in.- Hat on Thursday. .\1 ss M.. Itirliardson of Sunnyraie is -;>� iidini; .1 few days with .Mrs. Sutton .\Ir~ J X Hon.ierson and daugh'-r (M' |,"iht>r{>lK.> ,ir>'at privseiit the guests .Mrs K ,1 (loiider.son. Tho .�!.�� �.'..n ,ii officers of the I'nit-' d I.ai...., A: 1 -'.ok place on Thurs. 'l.o. ,if. u ,it th.' regulur meeting :i"l � '  ! � follows; Presidtiit. M-- .M;.' Wi'liams; Ist vice-president. -M:- If y. -ii'l vice-pretiident. Mis iJ b'ilif, -""'TC ary.treasurer. Mrs. ' Hos-: t.f.,,s.ir. :-, Mrs. J. H AgaV The oov mee'ing of ihe aid wifl be held a- th,. hi.ni- of Mrs. C- H. Bell. Firsi .-\vliue Women's Inatitute. i T'e regular motithly meetirg of the Wiiiii'-n's liistinu.- wasi held in tiie r-st rootn 0:1 ."".atiirday afternoon and larirr-ly a�"'i'dorl and thoroughly en j ' . 1 by all pr's..ii'. Mr. Barton nav an  li.ipo nt aibl'-.ss to those In a't.'d tiiu" whiiii won'for him much ap-pbrise 'i-'ie resiL-nniicn of Mr.H, Su'- I ton as pres;,iHnt of ihe institute wns i acrep'pd .aid an election took plaop. Mrs .\ F Werts winning the major ' ity vote Ther� are 2.��,1 7�fi p�r*ani of 0�r miin birth In the I'lilted States, Private funerals wwe held for two Toranlo flytra who were killed In ac-ctdmitH In Kngland, Uoana anountlng to more ihttti %?.:a. OOU have booD authorUcd In Sanlat rhnwan and AtlHirt* to rufiirned suld-lera, A arhoolhouae at Stratford waa lot ally dn.stroyed by fire. A spark fimn tho n�UI and Oils Cid 1ini> crossed th� fliMidlng Clearwalvr rlvor which la near Kort McMiuruy Iti a light canoe and rescued the Ky mundaon family, who watd un the roof In Ihe flood-atrickon district \'atidnls sawed iIomii li.indsnme rows 01" pvptKrepnn cm i ouurtng iwn aides of the priinerly 0I lUiarhy of I'lati- tagenel. who Is Herving overseas A semi offleiitl new* ageni-y an-nounces that ,1 iliiclor al Ainatenlani has dl.si overod a srrluni against pals- o)i gas A MiiBsni husett.s city Is experiment. Ing with a portabl'j liospltui tnat Is coDveyeil by motor vehirlos tn ^ j to lie lorgiven for many tilings WRENTHAM now il-' et,t mouient ;n I'r.im e \ :i;.,!;-:i.j! tviiec ar"loner flrac" appends a soulful "Ameal Twas ever thus." � There an� 42 appllciiions for the position nt utilities commissioner of I the city of Kdmunton I In totalUng up the nrcotinta of tho Rdtnonton Spring Show it Is estinatod that there waa a turnover of $100,000 Including prlvato aaloe and ertrythinc. There aro SM I' 9 ships oagagod in the Atlantic tradp of the Alllea. with a carrying capacity of 2,.'?( British array fighting tank Prltannla. which was brought there for use in the LIV erty loan campaign K threatened strike of Seattle longshoremen was averted, it waa believed when the waterfront employers granted the men's demands for tho eight-hour day and increased pay. .�Ntanley Vanayckle. twenty-throo years old, of London, was arreated In Detroit as a alacker and tumod over to the Dominion Police at Windsor, wb.o sent him to ^