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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRTL ^i*, mil THE LETHBRrDGEDArLY umALD PAGE SEVEN? Speakers on Behalf of Big Campaign for Red Triangle Oil May 7, 8 fi'ii] !) nioro tliaii 50 Lothbridga bUHlnoaa unil protofisionnl tuoii will 1)0 eugasoil lu Hio tiiinada-wUio campuigti (o raJHe $2,2�0,fi00 for Y. M. r;. A., of which $i,;!2r>.ono win ho tor the "Y" war work. bothhrldge'k lUIotiiiout for this faiiipalKii will lie ^(1,001), oC which $3,000 will go to thn war fundB of the organization and ?b',000 will ho iieoderl for lociil I'hikI.s lor the "Y." Organl/.alion worU lor the canipalgn (s now undur way with tlu! local nxecutivu of the calTipalgu in clj.-u'go, and J. Hai'ry Alexander a.-i organizer for the city. CainpaiBn ol-ficGH will ho opened \Vedn(!Kduy in the Southard store on Srd Ave. S. lu connection with the canijiaign Capt. Bob Poarson, the fighting piir-8on, iH paying the city a vipit today, llo will speak with Mr. Kdwia P, Trntz at the Wesley Church lohlghl. llowevor hy way of enihiishig. Ihp. businoBS men who will conduct the campaign next week, Capt, Pearnon spoke at a complimentary luncheon of the board of trade at the Y. M. C. A. at noon today where he emphaHized thn great need for fundH to carry on war work at the front. Caiit. Pearson's address was confined mostly to the needs of the Y. M. C. A. organization in the way of funds but he made it very clear that the "V" now Enjoys a place in the scheme of things military that is of the ntmost imivori-,nnco. No less an authority thai 'Lieut.-Genorai Currie, comniandei' of the Canadian army corps, lias stated thai the "Y" is of the gi-eatesl help in sus-lainingr the morale of the Canadian troops, and morale is one of the most tmportant requirements in an army. Tell* of Work m mm Capt. Pearson told of the growth of the "Y" war organlzalio i. When tlie Canadians first went across, u tew Y iM. C. A. men went along in a civilian capacity. They had no standing �with the army. It was a new depart- men. urn. However hy supplying ('omforls to flio boys, and by looking after their amusements and atlilotlcs. llie "Y" man tsraiUmUy jwoved to (he higher command that tlielr work w.is of an .'ib.solntoly jiecessary nature, and Ihe result was lhat about a year ago, the 7uilll.ury authorltioH recognized (ho Y. .vl. (,'. A. corps, which is imw administered along strictly mililury lines. One reason the organization lias grown to Us present status Is Hiat no one ever ((reamfd that (he w;iv would last .'-o long, but as it (li'agged ahuig and the ne^id for looking afler the boys grew, move and more work developed on the organization, which started in such a modest way. Since his roti|Mi Capt. Pearson states lliat ho has found the greatest interest in the woi'k of tile Red Triangle. lie has spoken in 2H towns, and everywhere it is the same. Mo said he hadn't a doubt tJiat Alberta would more than raise the Quota of ?ir>0.lino allotted to it for next week's can>r�iigii Tlie Cicptain showed that rumors that Hod Cross goods were being sold at tlio "Y" canteens at the front was absolutely untrue and imj)ossible. He said the most of the "Y" work was dons in the .support lines and rest bil lets, not in the front line trenches as some imagined, lie having heard since his return that It was llionghl canteens were conducted in Die fii'st trenches. Tribute to Gen. Stewart . During his address Capt. Pac!!. j.:ot coundng O-.:: co.-ii. (,i ill u'uler iiismlliition. wliich runs ihein cou.-id- "i'''i;'al erahly uvi^i- that figure. 'I'l' I'll"' ! .Miiyoi- Krown v.'anis (lii; ci(y In ;ir lo ; CI ;>i Medicine Hm hoiiils for th" value II' '"c Doii.irs, .M;iyor D^irilie told consider " PLEADS NOT GUILTY .Montreal, Ajiril -JT. -Oaniaz Hoiviri. who was arresied on 'I'hur.sdHy. charged wilh having sent exnloslves through Ihe mails and with utlemptlng to murder his wife, her two children and another child, ajipeared before .ludge heel, in the arraigumeni court today and pleuded not guilty to the charge ".f aliempiiid imirder. Hoiviii was remanded until Thursilay next for en-(juirv without hail. .Mrs. lioivin. her two children and a iioiglibor's child narrowly escaped death in the explosion of an iufernaJ machine received through the mall. NEWSPAPER SUPPRESSED. .^ ---- 4 �St. .Tohns. xrid.. April 2;i.~The Plain Uealer. a weekly piiiiiicatioii fn this city, was suppressed yesterday b.v the police under (he War Measure.' .'\ct. The paper contained an article attacking (ho con.sc; iption bill whicli is now before the legislature. .....iciiil'd ; iiini uuil Ilie (itv wiuild I;. .Ic'in .Dii .�uid j (iifrii (ui a 7'/a cent, basis, which Capt. C. W. l.-eech. Tiny will .sii diir-|i,; Hu; interest the city hiiil to pay ing military hours ri.nii.'iiiDiisIy for , ,,i tlK^ last bonds sold here, the next ten days. Tl.;.; !. : : : REDCLIFFE HOTEL BURNED which Canada is entillfd for use upon the Canadian side." states Sir Clifford Silton in the ninth annual report of the cominis-sion of cjiiservatiou which has just been issued. "The .�situation wilh regard to Niagara undoubtedly will iv; duplicated." declares Sir Clifford. ";ind if v.'e are foolish enough to nialh.iv vested intijr-osts to bo created on '-!.e other side of tiio line we shall ii.pv.'.ubly find ourselves handitappe; ar.' embarrassed us we now are with respect to Niagara liowor." 1-fe (.{Mtenils that a i...oroiii;i study of the situation reveals that there is only one sound method of developing these powers, viz.. iindor an intcriiaiional coniniisaion under which the best use of the powers Jvill be made, the most economical development effected and a just and equitable division of the power will take plnc^e for the benefit of the people who are directly concerned in its use." Special prominence i.; laid in the report on power and fu;' problems. as to where they si ami n.gards fitness for inilitar.'/ ;iv;vir,-. Capt. Nivin Is an nliliiiiur in (he I,etlibrldgo district, lie lohi ih- I'.er-ald that he slept in a liaysiaik un ihi! market sre I'.'.enly year.s ago. His brothers, Fred, ihury iiiiil So'-i .N'lvin who owned the .\ivin raacli on (he bottum sight niil','^ > olil linicr.-i. lYSELLSORPlUS I l''iiriher nogotiatleus will be carried I on lifter the .Medicine Hat inayiir anil aldermen refiiiu to (heir city. CONFECTIONERS LICENSED NOW Ottawa, April 29.-All persons mdmifacturino ice cream, candy, cake, crackers, biscuits, pastry, confec^tionery, ice cream cones or chewing gum in Canada for sale must secure ,t confectioner's Ii- ' cense from the Canada Food Board. ifliLER mm\f Hat Men' Alter Boiler.'; And Come Here To Sec What We-^Have Tliere is a strong pesiilii'.liiy lliat the suggestion made hy liie Herald: on Friday, that part of llie surplus ; boiler equipment at the power house might bo sold, will be taken up by ithe city. Mayor Brown, Ceorge H. FOOD SHORTAGE IN PETROGRAO London. .i\pril 2f;.- I're.sideut 'loveiff of the J'elrograd .So-vi.:, iiccoriliuK to a Russian wirel.'ss desiiatcii lias sent a :nes^i.i.i5e to the grain growing .roviiiccs begging them -to send food. Owing to. events in Finland rations have been shorKuied and only luu^ day's supply is available in I'etro-grad. ? ? c;irs old; 7 good heavy young geldings, broke and ready to work; :! yearling i-olt ? > > ? ? ? * ? ! ? ? 'W > > AT COALDALE REPAIRS AUTOMOBIIE ENGINE .... MACHINERY MclAUGHUN AND CHEVROLET CARS FAIRBANKS-MORSE LINES BLACKSMITHING THE PIONEER MOTOR & MACHINE CO. Lands These lands are in the district between Retlaw and Medicine Hat, and north and adjacent to the Old Man and South Saskatchewan rivers. These lands are to be placed on the market at a reasonable valuation. The Company are looking lor bonafide settlers. We would be pleased to have you inspect our lands. Prospective purchasers should make all enquiries direct through the Company's office at Medicine Hat, We have no outside agencies and pay no commissions. LAND DEPARTMENT Caeada Land & Irriiafion Co. Ltd. Box 677 MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA Phone 2428 Do You Want Breaking Done If you want'your land broken and can not make your own arrangements, kindly notify t A. E. QUALLY, Board of Trade BuUding ^ who lias been appointed hy the provincial government to bring together (hose who have engines or horses and can contract for breaking .Avith those who have breaking to let. Can You Do Breaking It you are in a position to do breaking please get in toucli with MR. QUALLY, who as has bcon stated above, has beea sent here by the government to tell you of those who have breaking for you lo do. Board of Trade Building Lethbridge PHONE 1603 FARM LABOR The Provincial Dej|>artmeiit of Agriculture Has Opened a BUREAU ^jH. in the Board of Trade Offices LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wuh-ing to secure help should apply immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. .,- Phone 1603 NEXT WEEK WE WILL UNLOAD TWO CARS Of Emmerson Power-Lift Engine Plows Owing to Scarcity it Will Be Necessary to Order Early '/Li a uv� CORNER SECOND AVE. AND THIRTEENTH ST. s. 749?14 9866 ;