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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PARR mtm the LKTHnwmn!: dailt hrrald DAILY~ANbl WtEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THK LKTHBfWOGE HERALD PRINT. INQ COMPANY, LIMITEC (83 6th Strett South. Lcthbrldg* W. A. Buchai.an iTcslilrni bUd Managing nirpctor lokti Toriatiie - -'Uufinkiii Mftnafer rtPtucn fh�t he nlmiilil fVor liavp tipon nmiiMHU'il �o a pusllloii for whi{ Mr. CrwhPrs wlwavn vpry iloiioifiii - sir�nxtii>'iiirr�>siiiniili'ni i- to ho .�� inijltli'ian �)f viIIhkc cjiI Ih-p wlm."** uimIkhU wo\it(1 rvnti'.. !v. h lirirl' citr-i'lr ill .iny olliricut uvi.hIhi'ss oiniiiiu.�- that's TMEsru^ riLFPHONEt BuslDPsn Ol'iro .......... Editorial Vt:u� .......... Subscription Rat6�: Patly. ricif \ !, yvr n^rk .... Dally, rto'.iv.-ri'I'l-r yi ar .. . Dnllr by m.-iii ; r yi>,ir ..... VVei'kly. '."y �v,-.;'; P'T v.-p.r VVc!''il.v Iv 1 ] ,M y.'ir to l^S 1!SS 10 rr, no JI 111) II 50 Dftl.'ii of c^r'ry of (nihsirtiitlotis R^ pear dniiy i.ii iiiilrcsi Accept Itli'" 'f Ii.i:>!Ts . fu rvririit.^D -Rto Is cur aUtll.T.iy r i . �:: Till,' tit.' sub ic: Irtion THE PROGTESr, OF THE WAR CANADA'S POSITION AS A FOOD PRODUCER. A f.inr.cr In I'Trii; iunl r.iTi oi\ th-,T, ( ri(ji\ proiliite ."i l)ii.�hr:..i nf wlirit ��' yosr. \ fnrmrr in \\'.'.!r til-' i :, .Mri',r.';;iii- TM'' cni'.t;�;>�*� in I'm- i ff�'.  iv.^ni'S* .if iiuiiuiii im:' umi-r ilu- iliiTiT^ !it farr.MiK : mi  ;i;i,v:"^ :i ;h� fii.-r ;i I ;; U y^^, 11 1. i.;-.. .I'l, wh.T'' till" � V. ir.iiH attfiiir.luK ,i; I'll frnilt Sdiltli of �|;;i:; i;io ,irt.i,k �,* I.If K'tnii-i:'.ii:y '.t lUMiHin .on of - !>�. !. .1 liv  fiL-ur s will !i-.:-i ; /i' w l:y till y ,.i. � II ' ni.Ly t 1 s;i. � iiri'r prniii ^in It 11.ay appear ai, .iiiii;i r.s in 'h'' fui' "t that iU l;;.- i.iiL-.inriP.s of ihe military situa;:iin .t- no iloubl re-gpi;ii;i!i!o for :;iis. .iii-l 'li-" ("lovejji-ir. lit s ac'tioTi i .ui rv-a.li'.y be I'.i'c'mitHl i tiiat grouiui. 1!:;: tlie ji avers at (it'nwa shoUl si^i? ATCOALOALE Activity nt Nur�erif�-Women's OrKani/ntioHH Mold MrrtingB REV. MARSH TO il Hhh Forwnrded Rcniffiintlon (o Hoard--Boy Kicked By Hone ^Fmrn our Own rr.i' riii '.la;- :r. .�."lytii.ii..: on I'.io St:-. : ;,bi, ; !li- 'n litlLin of i!." ^^'W� ago ili>p.i.-.ii iii..ir., t=o:ii'.' ra'.ep.iyors �a> 1. .s:i l '.. . > tiio way for Bettini; every experienced apricuituralist in Canada, and in the west especially, back to tjie land. Experienced far- pie have the t.-tith. j;i-e,it-_':-aivl?'>n of the first white iiia IRELAND'S MAN POWER. -VccorAiiiK to tiie \\'\>\ report of the registrangoneral t!ie lot.il number of meu of military ai:�- In Ireland wan uti..>'.", oi .vimia .!...�;.> were cob-eldered tndispenMble to aurlcuUnr*. bi.rii .V.iva ^| oiia. .=;iighf ilanu'.KP w-a.^ caused to Kane's stuffs for the Al!ie.4 if heri manpower tliniuK^ .sjiar'ks' is properly ai)pii:}d tu the land. -Vt roof, any rat�. where th..> human fact ir counts for i'> much in the way ui fond production as indicated by the fisures quotod abDve, Canada's a:m si.tiiM be Sincf li'lt; some million and a half to teed tiie allied artnles till th- t'.er- S, I- Shtirpe, n.A., pastor of � l':.-!i:.-.':'' ; i'.lurch siiiee !joM. il very sudiletily ia t^xeter, Out., [irepanug to take the service. The Germans indicate that they are Roin? to ab.ir.ilin t'le ir.iiss .it t.ick. Nothing would suit Generalls-siiuo {'ocii better, thuii fur tiictu to This wouid leave, on t'.ie continue ;t. acie* ii! Ireland have been placed under .'ultivalion in addition to t'...- ar re-UBO which �-ntrap>-d th.-' .itteufm of 'iiit ijuai-ter milJlon men rwi yenrs ago. Of the remainder it w?8 e.stimat-fed that about fj-.-ty per cent, were phy-(iically unfit iiisij of til." I.'M; fiKUres, about oii'i available f.>r service, .-^ince then thero liave been :;o." "i vo;uniar\ �u ll.5tment..> in Ireland, so that ih^ tiK urws piiiiit to a possible total of not niort! t tan tMii.iem II i.-; reported that larRe -umbers of Ktig'.islimen have gjti- to Ireland to avoid cons(.-ription ttiid the act wjuld |iave t.'ie effect of forcing the.-e evaders of the liw to get into uniform, but the measure as applied to Ireland must depend eveut-USily for its suci'ess upon the nature �nd u.-gree of th" opposition to iis enforceiuent. man junkers are finally defeated. I'liriti* tit' disiussidn on the .state ii' �'.':iiid j\er.ae at the Hoard of Trala tit." other nieiit, the .suggesticn was iimle t'ii.u when th" repairs ,iri; beltig efr.�.irs h.s b.eii eililor, of til." !').)ily' - .News ii) .Mui...-.- J.iw, has resig*�d liiii The cfty'conncil In Vai.cnuver, -with-pcsit.on. mil debate, reatiirined its policy of re- - fusing permission to hold any fairs, -\ftir haviiiK li.en out o? husitie.-s i-arnivals. or to alUow outside ainuse-as an orga ;:ei!iun for tlie past six ment attractions to show In the city years on acceut.; dI "free speech" dis- titu-ing war times, older, the Industrial Workers of tliei * - Wiii-id li.ivr; aiip'.icil for a ctlarter in; 71, \"aneouver. (ffnin Our Own ferri-^nnnilrnH f'oaMale. April ::.'.Mr Stafford, of Ihe local Karagc. han moved lii.s faiiiiiy from lvt 1 tri"�led by Itr. .1. K. I-oVorlng. W�' r. I.und * Son have acipilred soiiie are glad to hear that ho Is making mbll^onal lotK between the Itiuilier good pniKrexs It Is rnRrettable that yaril and the garage. 'I'hey are belli.-; *ii\rv !)ie deparliire of Dr. Hose there neatly fenced. Ikih been 110 r Hident medical man In Activity at Nurseries. I'ulhiirsl in the chso of lu-cldents The Mitchell Niimuiy fo has n wldih may happen nt �ny time In a fcirgo crew at work getting sioik uiliilug laiiip of thia �1� there otighi ready for shlpineiit. .\ hu.sy season is lo lie a doctor right on the spot, .dorn anticipated. {than once already IIiIk net'd baa pre- Konie of tjie teat dwellers In thl� senied itself district had rather an excliiiig tiini'^ I.ettfTs from local hoys at the from on Saturday evening in the wind an 1 lesflfy to tiie spltfndirt service given dust slorin. Sev. r..i new seitler.' by the lied n with the Ued ' dress was practical and helpful. , Cross dance It should liavo bean stated f Girls' Conference. ' 'he iiiilowInK members (loiiated A mob of sixty men went to the' On Saturday aftirnoon a large niim artiles: Mr and ,\lrs. Shea, h.en and home of Henry W'Uners. � Cerman, her of the "reen-aiTO (Sirls ' of the cblckeni; .Mis. .Mac.N'Kill. arurlief(^l in Iiavldson. Sask . and made hliii comuiuiiity met in ifte s. heol auditor trayiloth; .Mi-s Isabelle Keith, ciish kiss the I'nlon .lack and give JlOo to ium ami listened tf> r("]�orts of the ion ih�' comiillttee gratefully ac-Ihe military "i'M ('.A. Ctris' ((inference froiu Klberta Siig- knowledgi" iluse doniillons - gilt and liinali .Maclniosli, and .MrsJ Given a Clock. T^ie tenth keel of the mei chant ma- Snggitt and Mrs. I'adison. The out-1 our report oi llic dance in honoi rlne fleet being bitllt at the Hog Is- come �>! the afi("miH'ii wan the forma-' of fir. ar plila. There are :':;,0(JU men now em of "Canadian �Jlrl..� In rr-ilnlng " 1111 lure. Dr. Hose was the recipient of a W. H. Hunter., managing editor of P'""'""'' >''"''' :'I'e lead�r�hr|) of Mr.s. I�. 3. Patu- hand.some clock, the �ift of - siJii. The officers are an follows: ' >�fr of Irtend.s. .Mrs. Hose and Mm'ly Charlie ('hajilln. mofhm picture rr."�ldent. Mar-aret IVrry; vlm-presl-, exp'i l lo leave nest week for Taber comedian, has been drafted and cx- dent. Amhyn .lomyseit; se(retary. Miss Lena Oonstrjad was presented Pecrr hla call in June. Though an iilbeiia Suggitt; tre asurcr. Lettie r("c**ntiy with a hruQcU by Coalhiir.st _ ! Kngli.^hman, he waivid his rights and Kmde. It is hoped tu curlfll all (he fronds wiio wi.h her all happlnesi' Judge Gait In W'nn nee aw.irded^' servt*^ with Uie Saimiiies. teen ago girls as members. At the In her new home In California. Cecide Cnn'stanfinn i'lii'i! damar'ps In: concJusion of the meotlng .Mrs. fain ! We understand that CoaJhurst is lo n !n the ',hn C.alna. fx-M.L.A.. one of the Northwest, droppeU dead in Mlnnea- 'crs fif Parry Sound, passed polls, .liter a iinf-'ering iilno.s.s. 11 .M Kraser. of Vancouver, is dead tiie age of s_' years He was a his suit againn'FredHalncs who with . ""^r"^, ""j '"�''' nan his autotnohlle ran down Constantino 'f! ?"".""t'"'.^''':^: ^^�"A"""''^ and fractured his skull. .\ twelve-year old girl. Gabrielle in Port -Mooiiy.' lloiilanger, was nui down by an au-which ignited flie titmoblio in FMmon'on. She was taken to her lionie suffering from numerous bruiscH and several cuts costs each !n Bdmonlon for tserving T^'^'^l'^'r which will open for business ne.\i w-eek Tlie i.iidies .Vid social on Wednesday wa.^ not well attended owing 10 t'o' ..(iiuw sttirm whtdi prevailed. The 'ociiils will bo disuuntlnuod until the tiVil Mr. Marsh Resigns. !(ev. \'. C Marsh iLticuuncad at thf e-. iiilm; servi(� on Sunday that i." had (le-ldtd !o forwurd to Uie Home Mission a.iihcrlt:&s kls reitguatlon oi liio piut'orafe of fh't Coalhurit charge box i tli.d also from tlie. Hume .Mlislun ser � of the ciiureh. Marsh has havin;? raten jam condemrieil as unfit] Social Service. ; been at Coalhursi (or a llltio ovei for food th("y have been getting un i (�ri Wednesday evening, M;iy lit.' four:eep montlis. ,\9 ne..t Sunday .-absolutely pure article. The pulilic Coaldale people w ill have llu! pi.'-,isuic j niay |iruh,i:)l,\ Ik Ihe last auudriy of ork li. n.r.l;ii;-Rt it Is hoped that a ! ii-g't coiigresiHon will be pre. e�  , .latiies orn-.va:., d' yea" old. a re- ,,rivat(| schools and in the puJipit ,iie exception of a small cut, she es- supper and i\.;r for M years, .las .M,,,t;,...j. ^nd directed that German siil-.nt in \'an!'i pa.i,-,! ..way, lie wtis a natl- e of ,,,,^, ..j.^orics be barred from 1 D.gland Lai.rashire being his birth- ,,1^,,;;^, j,,j,.j^,3 g^^ool libraries. p.a"... I'e v.as engaged :n the ex-. _ pres.. husln--.^ and was well kno'.sn toi ^, , , ,, builders and contrac.ors in the e:irly i ^'^'"^ thousand dollars damaRoM was tii'i! Injury save tliat resiiltunl to the sh c them and raise the wind. We believe county council. of ttio Isi Halt ilion. 14th C.O.K., in has undertaken to supiily a quantity of |.;dmonlon. .\'lei- ilie 1: ,1 ; w; they are Babcock and Wilcox boilers i - : 'I" jronto. faceii before a court-martial of meal to Torimto tliere has been exemplified In the ailti,: s ,1 r,i nrw Chare-ing desertion. IKrthn Illa^ ii^t was iiicM iiicd. interspersed wltli nncsie 111.,! (dii.u; lonary numbers. .Mr (- s I 1-1. Worthy I'atruu of tin lodge, w.is iiiasinmster and with hiui was as .leiitiii .Miss W. Holsoih \\i,r!l'y y  -on. iHiriii; the evening the Wortli.\ at Kxhibitlon ctimp. Qodling emphati- a growing demand for it. The mun-' members to the order. :hi- a: s pil.y a standard make, widi'ly Uicd and c�!tt, the wests best known cowgirl, '""y declared tliat he would never lolpal abattoir received 40i) potmds sat douii to an i-njoyible haicii widely known; and maybe someiiody and reiieated winni r of the women's st'l'tnit to bein^ a soldier, wants them very badly for some part world s (hampionshiiis for broncho of the nation's work, and may b.. wil- ""''i'^^^. ^'[^ a from Algon'iuin Park. table, after wliich u ideasing loasl iforriMitloii (.,.,,,,1 .^ anon was presented with a I beautiful eul glass vase, and the other 1 Grand 1. idgi" officers WBl^'">reePnteii with flowers. About 50 MOpIt wen (treseni from Lethbrldge and other p(dnts. .Mtogithor liio event was thi most suei("ssfiil curiicd out by tin lot il i h ipiei. i(>flL>ctinf credit on thi eiii.itii:.tee in eliarge. oa Ih.. follow.ng evening about pel.pi we.ii present at � similar gather n',; of ilo- M.uplc Loaf Chapter ic Lethbidilgc. again.st I Jell divorce suit on file Uiancc'Lt. star rider, ling to pay well for them. The boilers roper and bulidognei-, now with the are not junk by any means, but even Canadian forces, old Iron and steel junk hajt be�n selling lately at fabulous prices. A great father close to the big ma:iuiacmr;:i> of the east, s^ems to bear out the popular suspicion. The Post says under the caption, "O Connor-A Broken Idol:" W. F. O'Connor, lite late cost-of-living commissioner, who stood,* good chance of going down in history as a martyr to the cause of tlie public #against the "big interests," jviil pro- been sold recently for more tlian the original cost. Orders were received by the Hrlt- 1-h and Caiiadititi recruiting mission ill liosti.n lo accept men of ..Australian birth for service in itrt Australian imperial fortes, 'flie.se men will bo ile,-:p,i"b,.i| to the reeniittng depot at 1 Windsor, Nova .Scoti.-i, and from there Many housewives complain that it gpp.t via >:ngUnd to'join Australian Is hard to find a sulistituie for wheat units, flour. But an exchange points out ' ^ - that com Is the great substliuttx ' '''if'.*' Garvfn cdnutiy . laude Watson. . . , , ^ - . . " "ay*- t*** "t^n' to wl''ch wheat is ^ farmer, in Wynnew�..d, Okla., sliprt- bably now be be.st lemembered as! bel�g saved in the United States. It ly after he had been releuiMnl on a BUILDING MATERIAL tba holder of a national office who OOUld not control his stenographers. Is �ot a case- oyer there of an occas- : f'onii � ( harge of seditious actlvl- FACE BRICK, MANTLE BRICK. COMMON BRICK, FIRE BRICK. HOLLOW TIU, SEWER PIPE. PUSTER, CEMENT. LIME, FIRE CLAY, PLASTER PARIS, MORTAR STAIN, "Why did O'Connor resign?' Witli ' ioaa\ wheatless meal; but every effort : ties, on Watson was arrested recently charge of distributing "The l-'ln- . (Jli a, 1 11,(1 �n '>i gJnlsier Import the nuestlon was spread ; U being mad* to Induce the nearest i,i,.(i .Mystery. by the daily p�cb� and found a recep. possible approach lo total ahsllaonca. - 1 i^i'??�.�'wn"�\�ha\''th^."m�n"wbl; Moe"' .ti.tement by the Federal, The VSinnipeg Street Hallway co.n-' Tna Inference wns that thi� man, who ^ ^ . ^ . , .,, '�...m. np,ivi,i..ii fnu'^iitreef caii lor l�d Dro,eo�t*d the packing and other Food Board the American public was ^i" ,,^r'' .; M( buaaeaa teterasts, had suffered urged to depend wholly upon corn, members, to oonvey th..m from ^^^'^u^f people, had been po- ^.,^,,.1, j,,,^. available in large ((uan-' uio market iiqudre lo St. Mutlhow's' fe'^hJ*T tSem*''and'''''bi^ bUsr '"'"'^"l di.itnK � chun h, to attend the soldiers' mein- Uad between them and big busi-^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ "^StrWer nnd .tr��ger became the capacity for com .lour has i�cre.a- l';!:;;:';;,'';,,'f;;^ bUo demand that t^ curtainr,o,j cent,� the board decl^^^^ _ ln�'be'�TM!led* Klnally the pres"- American iieople would give i An Increase in the price of oigar MNi reaultad In the light being tlirown I up wheat floor enllrely lliere would ! ettes was decided on by the lutgesl j BBOB the retattaBa of Mr. O'Connor be an abundance ,)f cornmeal, with tobacco nianufucturera In Montreal, i Zi Mr. Cftfther. and their depart-; ^...t ,. care ]':::''':u}Z'v^ ^Tcl^li^'^^^I^Z ----^- What hmd been recarded as a . .. . . '>"i^ ^^uci-css- ButinT will be cuHuU upon to pay WALL BOARD NAILS, ^ GLASS. STRUCTURAL STEEL, PREPARED ROOFING, / BUILDING PAPERS, FIREPLACES AND GRATES. BEAVER BbARb 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 1245 Second Ave. S. QUPPLIEQ AND EQUIPMENT PhoBt 755 fikta of the people'a cause turned out| fully shipped to Kurope for cousump- *2 Sw'*'"'"!,* "on by the people and the arml ,1: tb� IWurWet' order. Tho pedestal ,.J^.................. , , upon Mitch posed * pnbNc, tdol waa �i�tUi�4 and tlie Idol Itself badlf cneked. t th#*a reTeUtloni of the manner Is wbiai Mr. O'Connor fell out with Ito �tei�ter of Labor the wonder In- therefore, the propoiial of the I , .s 'Food fioard Is, in ctfect, to ship o-, i around twntity-five per cent mure. Th'i liugo sum of |13,507.6fi9.27 In income taxes has been paid In #t Ta-coriiu, Wash.,nnd it In expected that tlierii will be a total of |a5,000,(i0<�. all the wheat there is and rely upon 1 be la, gest single income tug pulU cofiw While there hi corn i.i pie.iv was �4a:i.(pii(). 'J'here will be ten times, there will be no famine in the land, f;:;;;"'' ^"^j J. B. TURNEY & COMPANY, LTD. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA ;