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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THK IJSTIIRIUWK Ih's IJtwril M ofoat lu lilt on i D X I L V AN 0 VV'E E K I V. pillT. delivered, per vert Dally, delivered, year- Pallr, by miU. per ytir ........Jl WeeVly, by nail, per year JVieUr, by mall. year lo TELEPHONES dullness Offico Editorial (iraca YJ, A. President and Jlamsluz JJJ: ohD Tornnce, Dullness Msnager. 'Dales ol eiplrj .ot subscriptions if- dj'lj- ou addras! tie u( psprre after one 11 luth'orllr to continue jubscrlp- lien. cur Vour King and Country right novJ THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR So close has been Tho lighting (og Ibe.prfEt feiv days on Ibe Arras front, -and so :liltle the EI pained.'that ihe Germans are aveu nerved !o claim a victory (or itelr troops OTer (he British, and the statement that .the its duller llic ground cow'being fou. over, are British dead- Hut tbe alud> of official reports is all that Is neces lo convince Lbat.the advantage ol victory lies with the British, am thB'.Gernians Thtrhava (Eireu1 the slaughter." As i'matter o fad, It Is EiteG oit otticiallr (bat to German casualties teayler b; tiricc than they were in the early day D[ the Somme offensive, and tbat th nr.tlsb hare suffered lilfle more iha. half the losses. The advance on the Arras fronl however, Is sc present slow, due i Ihe desperate resistance of the tie .The., same ground .Is. ,bein toDg'Dt over and.over again, and the' gains are slight, though ol the great- est imporlange. In the British drlre toivards Cambral, Official; In England continue to 1m- the people vrlili the seriousness .lhal upon this .menace may really turn the issue of the' war. i j. .4 Mrrnl lo Hill In- ullural. oKl Mrf. fw fur wblch ri ho IJTTINO'THE DAN OS' THE ANONYMOUS LETTER. Tbo IleraU LJS for n Ions usM to publish letters Irani for respondents who refuse to allow [hflr Dames to be published. The ng Iron''.he Spokesmm tells 3f a movement on foot (ti York Dr. P. C. 1 proilllllfnt i-ltl- leu cf SI. Ont add [ormwly ck. Ij r Wlnilior and other1 border subacrlbiM MOO.tM 10 the auJ Cross funjj. Miss JlaVy 1'olloclt. Pound, o .cotuML Iho ecll of tbe anc political- campaigns. The legislature ol New York has bill in hand which would rasko It mlsdeanlpr (or odiibrs to pullleh anonymous, or fictitiously Ut- ersS about uomiiit-rM during political anjpaTgng. and 'opuU" woulij'be put out of bus Icess ir, pcrsonag" concerned. To hat extent the proposed measure vould complement the exMlcp law or Ibel and aid elimlnaliiig abuses. Tktst a godsend such a law vrouUl late been" to histories ol (he endless over the aulborsblp a'. he fsiyaus and Infamous culslles sign- ed Many and many a head- ache hare been prevented, end quarrels and, ine waste ot oc-eans of nfe. If only their author had bail to -vk1. -lu the open and disclose jli 'identity. We slionid have been spared the scathing anonymousness of Defoe and. Sleele'a mtllng AS "Isaac A Spanish envoy to the States would no I have been obllgod ta'.hale "Petty- Porruplne" be- fore a cou'rt on account of his mud- The arguments for and nonymoushess or pen-names fn pe- riodicals' are delicately balinceil. A guU yawus between the naraelessnoas of dirnlty, such RS flurke'a anonymous authorship of "An Appeal to Ihe and lie namelessnpss of Bllt- e, such as CobbeiL's. The story o[ anonymous epistolary publications in.this country discourages hasty at- tacks upon the practice. Tbe begin nlngs ot the American conimohwealth root thcmEelves In such public letters as those by Tom Paine signed ''Author of .'Common SensoV Hamilton, Jay and Madison, used pea name o: "Publicas" as signature for their ines teirly potnt-BrticlPs In advocacy of the national- constitution- It under Ihe mask of "BarneveMt" thtt Quinc> dams denounced Genet. sent lo Ihe Orultfcton hc-Jiiltal s nurse, and her dr.'t wot her brother. Among thojo who' Live wlih the t'reuch-C'anadlAn bflug ralscj by [.lei Ueiuler. Heurl Dial IIUBli McKelUr, wejl Icuowti agri- cultural expert tkml editor of the Mn. Ml SlrtHou. UuC, vat accdleull; thut t-y I'.rr aliie-ffir- olj dvluj In Ibtf Medkil tluAonU nl I ho o( Turouto. who volunteered line been advlied (g thflr courktis. The nf.lhp COT by, of Jled: In Uoittilulu will ho.Mb-Jof lutocuieul. i ,j S. 'A.> kho Is Iho oakrji' ,11 (Iv 01 nuiw. ........__ p.ro to (tW: 'timi nuilUjhic till idecUJ uirlit A Vtlih IbO tint Itwy. Vfr-i x f Tvyr Qiont imbltfiUom hiva rcuu Itm UH o( 1'lioy a In lltleni. Monl. Iho Aiimlccm l.uihMtiii Burteyj a L jhiH prlittcd at ColuiuMi. lha llirold t'elrjtjar nn, printed In yeuhee; R inlt fgr 1HV puullebrd In SI. Paul. Ibt rubt'irir Iwk o! (hi. linn ol (IfJ.OOO lu ILI...... iT-; i JR cr u iraktcd Utd 3ENTHU5 San rrtncljrp, April !C BASE Heir lo a port. Bix iiavtl in t (IreJ. Tlio boat i3dtan -lirlgade yippolaluieni ?ul.Col. Joseph 1 vlncldl miukMr fcr Mhertji for 3. n Journalist 1 Mutual N'Av Vork. .MK: T. W.' flstrr o( lion, of la I-or, a way at her Itocuo lu ed a 1.11.p hi a pop! ec He stroke recently, health. PL ANT A GARDEN 1 "prices mounting crlo" undreamed ot leTelsr th'e llerald believes that the back yard garden is to receive, more alieniioa in bridge this year1 IVrore The indications'are that war, a'nd inccntlre has la'a-way that' tbnches .the pochctboot. p There has been very little done in the way developing general "public InterfEt In such a plan. A vacaat lots -.gardenfc-lob, brgan advocated .by the. Herald iVi" Eome'time ago. But It 15 too late.now for action, along IbJs line this spring clly hall pnt machinery at' the disposal of Ihe'clti tens .irhb desire Lo secure vacant lot for garden purposes. If they' city vonid nndsrlafce lo get Ihe consent o flbEeulee owners to allow such'lots as, citizens may apply (or lo be_usei i.-Ior.- ..cnuch-fjrnor might be done to, encourage growin ;ol TegeUbles and your.garden niay he small, 2COO .gLU ilens will'produc'eithousaDiisiof Ion of food. A garden Is a mbney'save At ihe time-it iV often the on! practical means at hand to particlpal In the thrift campaign. Where -are the calamity howlers o 911 Tho aair. nothing but tinneiation Uncle Sam If dee' wheat The lEdmonlbn, Journal.Iriforms u hat a arrived from Knglan by Evidently the air scrvlc laid' np." son, S3, and. Thuiuaa W. both nnllrea Hfo- ng residents of Arlenicsla lowushlp. od at wlttiln a few curs of caoh olher, Col. Roosevelt' has adopted twenty elgian children, whom he will sup- art from his purse until the ar ends, and other X'cw Vorbors -c following his example, Tho has reached MlllbrooV, Ont., of Iho death on Ilio debt Ing Hue tn-VYauco of Csyl.-' Douglas Arni- eldest sun ot Iho lale Dr. Wil- liam Anustrong. A gala Rud clouduurat swept over Pctrolea. the roof of a stable, 4QxS5, being bodily from Ihe walls dud hurled Into (ho adjoining yard, with- out doing harm lo the men or horses i lu Ihe building. Plans for conducting a Elate-wide i .rnpalBU to Induce .farmers lo groiv Hon.. llarttu minister ol IOTO food go Uut Georsla ran ferd, agrlcullurc, Js plans (or era elf during Ihe coming year were nade at Macon.at a mealing of 1500 arruera and bankers. Enormous cajche.9 of halibut have lulled the halibut mirket at Seattle nd a I he best bill at was the lowest figure since fall. Prince Rupert, Ketchlfan nd Petersburg, Alaska, aro reported vcr supplied halibut. Major General John Hughes, inspec- it general of western, forces, will care shortly lo luspeul military amps and training operations in Enp- and. During his absence, Major -J. V. SUlon, staff. officer, be In iharge of meat. General Hughes' depart- the-further Investigation and control of plno" blliter rust, which threatens to Destroy pine of Canada and the United SUlet. GoMcn Youlu, yomif ClyJeetlala stallion, owned, by Thomas Ileggle, Condle, died- lle gram) chain pton at cxlilbllloQ, last, sum Thai our printers are paLriplic town by the fact thaValready (went rreri of those Ihe I ernatldnal.Typographical Union made the supreme sacrifice at ron't. JL mile booklet just issued leadquattars, slates In this cob nee- ion that the Union has paid o'' the-widows and relalires ot the deceased. Qrer hundred printers 'rpin Canada are in khaki. There are members In Manitoba, Saakatche- Of'these 199 have enlisted, 'a percentage oE 20.22. [c the .hree provinces above noted, 13 deaths iare been.wounded.' According le. Herbert A. who has been, to tie PaciBc coast restigaung food conditions for John J. of the state ot New York, there are between and eggs on the racks In Chicago, held by speculators .0 keep up high prices. Final arrangeiaents have been .made by the aviation department of the (ra- pe-rial munitions board for the taking over of two tracts ot land of 300 acrej and 256 acres In f Vancouver Tor the Royal Flying Corps', aviation in coojunc-. tlqn with the Camp' Borden and otUpr; Canadian aerodromes. mer and reserve champion at Iho re cent winter fair In Brandon. George A. Watson, of Mission, B.C. A well known broker, member of 'ILa flnu of Catherwood t Wilson, was killed iu an auto iiccWent. Ills ca uverlumed anil his back was broken Two women passpngera were Injured. 4 j While great surprise has been cans ed througliout Toronto by tho King Kdirard nclel restricting dining room service to its house guests, and th closing down-of the tea room, U.I gusgeslediby who' hayo give' the'.nialter 4 close that thl mayyb'e'.'foll6weVi closing of th :commenceq: before Prendsrgasl ahdrjury'at Win- nipeg, irif'an Dcnloii a traveller for i.utda raer- chanl'in B'rantlon.Ms'sulng the O.P-Tt. damages J6r_ injuries which !.tOTerturned lloyil Flying Corps iiKciLkCUlft lu nJ i-ommUUcft to re from youuji men Uio Caitet "Pilot" Vln'j'pf'lhe Hoyal interviewing commltloe of n'- Allan, lAV f, G. K.iN'ourto. vv i- T- -U-', At tflnlflb. or HOY, Dr. vns working hi In tjio lu- enest of Ihe UclRlafi fbd Kroncfi war Olcdj of unueralon In '.Kpi- Icyii wafers 'when ho acclclenlnlly pft- tho Dr. Mlntdo Inlo" tho ,alcr and held Mrs; Mlnlflo; up until camo. She, howpvcr, ox- Tho huabiiud In u serious Tllako Walt, homostqadcr hear h'ort McMurray, has JEscovbrcd a nalurul well which nmdo Ita eacaiio from '.ho tjrlfc up through tho centre ol i small lake, tho forco or lha gas causing tho wuter to spout up lo a considerable height. No Ice wai ablo to form close lo the Jel. Not fnr from this phcnonicnn) Inkc, tho walcr of which Is 6 1 roil B ne lirlno, arc uhur aprlriBB, of fine quality; If oilor count for anything. Teats's the' waters hlgUly mineralized] clear as cryalal. f trWa' l 'III I llh 91, 0, PMiK >ltrd> Itoi Thundtyi. dtuu i (lltK III tti )ld Vlilttoj uiwticri oil 0: B, W. L. Cltrh. Kulltd rJgilt, Boom 4, Atljtrtt YOU CAN DO BETTER" It rtluabla addllloa lo ivtrr toldltr'i kit." This n mark wai by l-lout.-tol. A. 0, B. Hamilton Craj, WtlltDj- Un Ilimcki, Halifn, N.B. He uji furthar: can frou pt'rintl ptrleocd, u 1 bavo used Xaul-Buk ror cils, burni and matltiu, and believe li aoth- IDE lo (qua) It." Zau-Buk, (bo herbal bain, boon to tbe DIIU in Un trenchea cndi inln and heili K quickly, and Initant appllcallon of Zam Huk prtvenu all poolblllty of [Mitring blood-pollonlnf. Dyh't forget to put lone 7am- Bnk In jour parctl the druuliti, or Zam-Bukv Co.. i for 11.25. OR i COQO5 MlNnwlAB- C3OOT-5 IMOtS .NORTH t-ETHURIOCt AHS TO THE DOOM Pjrlicular .Women hold up their handt in favor of Delanys SOUTHERN ALBERTA GROWN LIBERAL POLICIES Vtl'L.L PfREVAIL On Hondav Ihe Cal-arj Neirs-Tel gram appeared editorial mahdihg free ajricnllnral implemenls. Having swallowed free wheat Llio pre- vious week, II tad decided It could follow suit with the implemeaU ne- cessary lo produce-1L Dul on Wednesday, evidently Jear- Ing Hat it might have oflcnacd ol its high tariff Xews- TeleErarn allackeil the Liberals be- cause "the onlr reduction government ever ma'dc in [he Imple- ment lariff, when given fifleen'years ol opportunity, was a lowering of the during the whole period of liroximately 214 per than one-fifth of one per cent, per year." Calgary-journal ieems lo, he "between the devil and the deep, Wuc sea." Quite cvlisr.t Is it that II would like to make tree agricultural Implements a Conservative policy- If It were not for leaking bad friends 01 IhcThieh tariff crowd al Ollawa, ii f vould be pleaseil lo malie good friends of Ihe farmers ot Alberta who are pay ing per ceni. duty on Irictorj. -.Rcally.lhe pllghl of Ihe Calga News-Telegram Is piliful. It has bcei up Eonie ot Us oli) files at ,lhc dxys when .Dorman was editor nnd gooil Liberal pollcips of in the light of six eiperlence thai lie prcaeni d iireclor or Us cdllorlal policy may if he jjoes back to paper' old love. Dul he should not forge .-..Ottawa, Four- publishing'' the announcement that .whoat1' had been granted, Ihe Canadian forgot 6r ne Elected to notify Ihe United 'States Free wheat was announced on'_Mon day afternoon, April Tqesda; moiling': .Uniied Stales .'wheat. Dul until 20, whcnUele- raphic.'pritfictSf.bfiKan .lo reach' 01- RME P A -NT-S if the to U', .ludlcVoQS overslgijl, 7 Canadian shsal sfelilnE-.entry tb: the ihiupers and grain-grcrwers d to'. payVf'epiurrage.-.vThe slatemeht made hy the'Unlle'a'Slktes custom ot 'ansUfan goverhtnenLV'J Knally, when protests started 15 poiir in'again, western newapapers queried -therr, Ottawa oti the 'Stoppage of shipments', of Canadian .wheal at lil'e government was aroused Id. Il2: oversight, and with lhaste the Iclal .communication .was despatch- io" WashlnEton. llcanihllc, efforts were-.Make'n to-prevent-.If poEsible, newt of.the be- 'tg public. .-These, however' Ottawa, as ell parlgl of the Weil, Is ating a lof 'a lackadalsalcil adminUtratlon. ZEPPELIN DESTROYED.'' f.ondon, Apr. deslructlnii of. a Zeppelin ol.lhc latest type Is re ported In'an I Is said German deserlers whn havp reached .Micjtrlclit, Xellierlandj, said the- airship waj riestroyetl In.a storm last .Monday when east rUienlsch Prussia.'OB a. Irlal trip be twecri Frledrichshitcn and vWillielms havcu. and two officials from Ihe Zeppelin plant. P otatoes Wanted CAR LOTS OR Muct be good .lied, iound u Plione 7152 .or call it lla.v anil Grjiln Co. AvcniJf t. P. KING'S AUTO Phone 10SO -Livery Hcrtnn's Auto Lh'' .24 Hour Servjci Cipable Driven Phone 1JI2 Hotel The HadsonAiilo Livery A ble Six Cylinder; i-panenxar car. One'of the best and moil ju tho clLy lo 'irhlu I-'' i; 'ifi-sV OOUNTRV TRIPS' PREFERHEp Phone Day or Nljhl- Day Phone, Palace Confection- ery us at'Die Pltaee." lotel Hut o livery OVERLAND CHALMERS NIGHT AND. DAY Phone Clerk, 717 AND MONDAY an Pair of Paints FREE with the j i piurchsise of a Suit AVJial >rc niean by an extra jiaii- of pants free is can come into our storg'and pick out youi- suit, from any cloth in the pay the regular siiiv price anil wc_ will make you extra pair of jiants off the same material orany you We guarantee tlic eioithcs >ve make to be satisfactory in the they give the wearer, in (he gdort fit, in thecorrect style, in (lie good looks, and the best value to be had anywhere. on (W4 Third We the country- thor Kid' the Mperlencc. TRY.'US. Phone 1206 King Edward's Phone 1016 Western transfer Co< Office' Gtiblei ;10M DRAY1NG ALL KINDS': PHONE 1345 Turner A Witchell I it Ktnnedjr'i 41ft'13tK Si 7 ;