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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LimigRIDGE T>ATLY HERALD MONDAY, APRIL 29. 1018 ftetbbtf5je Derail ^ OAILV ANJ WEEKLY rM� LKTHBRIDOE HERALD PRINT- ! INO COMPANY, LIMITEt tta ath Straet South. Lrthb'-idg* W. A. Budx. an PTMldent and Mnnnftine Ulrt-ctor tetn Tonanct - - Uu-int'i MaDager TSLEPHONES BaatBMt Office .......... BditorUl Ottio* ..... 155S 1224 ubtcrlption Rak*.i; Otllr. Celivpred. per wei'k ..... 10 Dallr. (Icllvcrod, per year .. . J3 00 pally, by mall. y?r TMr ......1400 WMklr. by n'all. per yoar .....$1 SO Waekly. by mall. p�r yenr to 0.9. $2 00 Datpt of eiplry of �ubRorlptions a?-year dally on atlilresi label Acceptance of papf-r� 1 ftc PXplratiwB oat* ( our autluirity lo oi^niiauo tbo sub-�crlptloo. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. Tl;p Tiow.^ weekend i# much ninr-' chotTful for tho Allies. Altliouc:! th.> Hrif.sh and ?"Y.ni'h havf a."! yj-; )>,i-n u!\i\>'." to ro.ap'uro KPinmel hill fr.im (.;erman?. flipy have �tri'nBili>'ii-'(i thoir linos in :.:cr wavf. anil liio ni.rn llno:* aro brinK held firmly Tin r.oriiian- han' !>xp]oi!ed. They li.ive held too firmly by th>' .Mile-' to niako any \i?p of the po.st wliaievrr. Cost? cajittired by the (Sernians ni-ar Kfstubert nver Sunday have been r^-captured by tli*� British. The Canadians have boon ao-tlve. and in thr.'o raids have taken Cernian pri.-iyr..r'.. present Mm�, and that output lo KTft-er. by a ��tt marffln, thnn the enor-iiioiis nrntin of the llrlM.�'i arm��i Hut aftpr the war, what is Rolnit to Iinppenr Perhaps I'roderlik Jfarrt si>n, Iti his Obiter Srnpta. ' (tlven some hiat of the dilution Mr Har ri.'>on refers to tho proposul made by (>nc of thn new lndii?trt�l peers -lA>rd I.overluiltne �h.it jtrcal tndH.ur teen or sixteen tumrs o'lt i>f 'he tw^n ly four. Shifts of !aclj worker for s;'\ n no!�ody .-ver thonirht of it licfon- IMit aomeb ^dy did think of It In I.ST:' I.orl nr^.-^sey proposed it. and Mr. li.irrlson was It^ Rrlvo.-at'> in a sorites of articles in th'> I)eeh:vp." an .irnaii .^f ir.ile isii Irnism. When the war end.*, an \ the road-jtistmriit comes, thcro i~ i;olnt ;o be a preat Indiisr.'-la! r-'Vo!!!i:on The n'.Mi or woni.jn wh i fails to think about thi' pcissiblllties of the future In this ; repard vrill be at .i^ loss when the tr,\nsforniation is taking phue A St. Thomas man has wakened up ; to find him.self worth I'W nilOions That would be one time when i: wouM ho �nice to Rct up in the niornini:. ' as Harry l.j\uder has put it. Twenty years last Monday wvr brake out betwion fTio V and Spain r.S. is at w-ar today but thi.s tigie it is a real war. the wlnnins o' uhhh means ail for the Ireedom of tlie world. naylipiiE iiwinn may oauie pour old Calgary to increase Its electric l.glit rates rt'.ey havo be�n lUlnjt In a beuifc'lJteil scata for so lonK in^lgary that a litf.e light on the subject ij.rows them all out of kilter. XVhen Carey Stopped the Gap ' be f- Canadian, a mes- go down in hietory ns the tnosi thptl-age with aa appeal tha-. will h-^ip us Ung naval epUode of the war The realize that Canada i� not alono in Huns were caught nappinK and the North America In determination that Jack Tars put U over them in fine the war for world freedom must be style. won.  - With that de'��nn1nation the AI- is the TJritiPh navy, aidf-d by the lies are fijrhtfnif off the most dfspcr- ailie.-'. goi:;? to do Bome^h-ne in the ate German offen.sive t.)day. fighiing way of "diKging them outr' Whether for time till the American fiKhting ma- or not sucli p.-oves to be the case, the chine ii ready to step Into the fray ond biological ykMALGAMATED FAIR A FINE OPPORTUNITY. We are glad to hear that Card.ston has decided to enter the fair amalgamation in Southern Albeita, combining with .Vlagrath. Haymond and l.etb The Kori'm wound np its winter sea son yesterday ufiernoon in a blaze of j necessity. 5. Germany believes that the end Justifle.s the means. 6. Germany stands tor an unlimited military autocracy for the whole wide world. In a ringing peroration that brought "Wiadom crleth without, she utter-' osophv of Germany which is respons-elh her voice on the street. If the , ible for the strength �he 'nllttarlsts City council would spare a minute to \ ^l^^ J-f-^ .l^.^'fLs yet attln'deira , , , h . . watch the tn.mc ,olng eastward past ,,e Forum 'was on hand fonh ,7""^. ^^f^^-.^red t^Jt" ?he bridle in a, attempt to build up a fair ,he city hall they might wonder vhy and after V'rn^^'d^'esi�'4?me"^ "'>rld must d^^^^ German ion-  �  the rule of the road w�. being violated Rev. / agan " ''^^^"the ' ster that advanced stich blasphemous by every vehicle that passes. Kvery ^^.^mte;eTt7nrhrrs'"aVoTum^t*'- Pr.noip^^^^^^ and he had no douhj. that discreet driver swings across from u^nc.. has yet had. W. Symonds ope j-' (he allies would win. /_ Pn''�>�0P'^J the south to the north side of Fourth e.Mhe free speech debate In which he! ''uch as the Germans advanced could avenue. THEY all know about the made a hot attack on the "conchies ", "ot sfano. worthy of the great dL-itrict in which these towns are situate:!. The inclusion ot Cardstun adds istrengtii to the cjmbinaiion, and if all little inter-town Jealousies can just be forgotten we can stage a fair that will attract wide Interest. One Incentive shouM he thp fact hole in front of the post offlca. The role of the conacientious objectors received his attention to such a degree that on his taking his seat Dr. ! Lovering took off his coat and came to their defense. Hei Bald he had The r.ethbrldge Herald removes Its thl|^ the officials ot the d-parlnient of headgear and salutes, thla city .J'er- agriculturc at Edmonton are closely jjapj, go^ie of our people do not really |'''^"K"! his mind about tho war In watching to learn the succesi of tii,-.''.geoKniie the Imnortance of such a ""^ ''""'^ ^^^'^^ "r ""^ amalgamation. Hon. Ouncan Mar- i L\rd":,f^hrvr 07,^: pTt" of I Z^^^ r'^l^'irn^'^.^g t'o^^o hall, speaking in Chicago last win- our southern contemporary. This sa- London, April 27.-In a special preface to a volume containing extracts frow the premier's war speeches, David Lloyd George says: ' "1 never believed that the war would be a short war or that in some mysterious way, by negotiation, or compromise, we could free Europe from the malii^nant military autocracy which is endeavoring to trample It Into submission and moral death. "The events of the last few weeks must have made It plain to every thinking man that there Is no loiwer room for compromise between The Ideals for which we and our enemies stand. Democracy and autocracy have come to the death grip; one or the other will fasten Its hold on mankind. "There Is no time for ease, delay or debate. The call Is imperative; the choice is clear. It is (or each free citixen to do hia part^' Arrangements are beintf made to end children of Paris to primary school.s In the provinces to protect them from the enemy's long-range bombardment. Boetoa ha� bow Joined hand* with Cbluiffo. New York and PIttabtirg In the Batter of cboapor tasi fare*. Oetoopatba may enltat In the medl cal branch ot the service at Camp DoToni, and those found to be fitted to act as medlcti ottlci�rs may secure commlsslona. Rev. Dr. H. 8. Uengall, nt Askln St. Methodist chnrch, liondon, has b�en invited to Wesley church, Hamilton, and Rev. 1. T. C. MOrrls, of the Hamilton chnrch to succeed bim at Ln dba. Phillip Sharp, councillor of the rural municipality of Lakes of Rivers No "2 Saskatchewan, has been missing since December, and the police of Western Canada and the Western States have been clrcularlied. Chas. r. DnMoody, the new chief of the Secret Bervloe Bureau at N^iw York, sl|nall(�d bis assumption of duty by causing tho nrrest of women pies-that sex previously having been Immune. Victoria Ransell, 21 years of age, formerly a domestic In the employ ot Mr John A. Storey, Ottawa, will come up In police court charged with tho theft of a diamond ring valued at (17u from her employer. Howard J. Kalk. secretary of the Social Service Council, in Winnipeg, has been appointed to direct tha newly created department of social service in McOlll Untvereity at a salary of 13,500 a year. Mr. Kalk will leafe for Montreal In the middle ot July. Rev T. A. Halpenny of Bell St Methodist church, Ottawa, will become general snperlntendent ot the Ontario Sabbath School AswoAlatlon. succeeding hia broth, Kev. K. W Halpenny. who Is Joining the staff of the Inter national Sunday School Assockport and Rochester Railway held at the company's offices in Roch e8ter,R. Home Smith, of Toronto, was elected director and president, to succeed President William Osgood Mor K�in ot New York, resigned Two deaths occurred at the home of Mr. and Mr*. David Gimbel, four miles from Kitchener, when their daughter. Miss Mary Gimbel, aged iZ. died of heart failure, and their daugbtcrln-law Mra. Irvin Qlmbel. aged 30 y�ars. � daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Crcssman, died suddenly, two hours later, while telephoning to a friend. An automobile owned and driven by Jack Yonker, a f�rmer LoMe^ �� overturned In an attempt to avoid riih-ning down a boy on a blejfcle in Strath-cona. His daughter racotved Innriea which caused her deatb topn afterwards. Mrs. Yonker auttered two broken ribs, and Mr. Yonker ta severely, but not fatally hurt. ' The largest piece of sterilizing ap paratus ever c4|DBtructed will soon be sent to Generic Pershing's forces in France. The eterillalng machine was devised by Or. Leon L. Watters. Ka h is complete in itself and weighs MOIIG pounds. It baa sieain boilers, which provides the neceesary hlRh prese�re steam. Their poitablltty permits litem being taken close to the fighting lines. By the nsg of these dtsinfectors the clothing and effects of the men RSn be thoroughly disinfected \:. lees than 40 minutes. Canadian newsprint paper manufac turers met at the Rits Carlton hotel at Montreal and drew up a reply tif the recent memorial addressed to the Canadian government by the American Newspaper Publishers' Association, in an endeavor to have restricted by Ot tawa, the export ot newsprint to foreign countries. In the course ot the manufacturers' reply. It Is contended that all newsprint exports from Canada are made under license by the war trade board which Is u snftlclent guarantee that none of It passes Into other than friendly hands. Tha esiBcatlve council ot B. C. appointed Francis J. Gillespie, commis fttoner to administer the affairs oi Frederick Krafft, who was sarlalist candidate for governor ot ^few Jer sey, was sentenced to tlve yeftrs' Im prisonment and 11,000 (!� by Judgt J. Warren Davis, tor sodltlovs ntter ances. The Georgetown Herald plant was completely destroyed and the building badly gutted by fire recently. The loss on the newspaper plant will b� IW.oni and on the lraildln�. IS.KOD fartlall) covered by [aumce. French electrical works have arrang ed to employ man wbo have been blinded in the war to Wlixi matures, after the system of BehnylW Wheeler of New York. It Is alM Mni6rHtoo' to witnes-' the unvcjling of a tablet and bust erected to the ftanpry ot Majm Edward Cuthbert Nonworthy son of J C. Norsworthy, who was killeii Ht the battle of LangmMrck. Mr W R. Bradley, ot Ottawa, an employe of the Canadian Northcn Railway, who was anfamd as a cat repairer, was undsrneatn one of tlic cars on the siding doing soma repairn when an engine backed into the car? snd .Mr. Bradley was crushed undet the wheels, having to have bis left leg arapiitated. South Vancouver. Mr. Olllasple is Ir assume his dulles on May I, and tech nlcaJly. in the position to Which he has lieen appointed, ha will act at reeve, council, board of pollea commission ers, school board, municipal clerk, municipel treasurer; cHy engineer, etc, having entire control over all departments. Kiiierirtg the last lap ot bis train Ing for the rank of rasarve military aviator. Major John Purroy MItchel, former Mayor o! Now Ton, iMrform ed all sorts ot stunts In a military plane at San Dlapo, Cgl.. tha other day under the eye of his French tutor. After perfoimlng various dlf ticult evolutions. Major MItehel flew on his back 4.000 Ific, which was bis first upside down stunt. To faciliute railway aad steam ship travel ticket agants at certain points In iranads and condvctors o' Canadian railways runnln|~i�to the United State* under 4 najv rafulalton issued by the United States depart meat of ImmigrstloB. have boon em powered to issue head tax certifi-cittes and collect |8 for �ach certi fUrate issued, thus avoiding annoy ance and Inconvenience by pasaen gers requiring tkem to leAe tbey are doing In the way of advancing our agricultural position The aiyalgamated fair, July i'2 to J7, Is the big opportunity. I.et us co-ytnt* to make the best or it. troip sight and write some uncompli-) mentary reference to the spot where | the word appeared. The change of heart on the part of the nouthem sinner has been doe to the policy of this dty In tearing up the land and planting thlngi in it, and the confession of the Herald Is as follows: Once in a while we have to take off BUILDING MATERIAL ^--u,-. '0 e (ulluwiid In Lethbridge if a little energy were displayed to arrange pi�tns 8u wonders do not ceuse. The world does move. Vhllo the liohls out to burn, etc., etc. If you do not believe it Just take a look at tUi- chauKc In the I.*thbrldge Herald.Calgary AlbertsQ. Now, would you say tliobe CuIku.-^ laas were - spooftng" us? / vlcnons �omes Back Strong Mayor Hardie came bj^ck with a mild attack, .ind then a visitor in the city arose. He said he was 68 years of age ,aiid liiicl been a minister of! the Kospel for years. The fact that he had been a minister didn't mean that he needed kid gloves to handle Dr. lyovering. and he did it in a way that aiipeared to be to the entire satis-laclion of all concerned. Men who voiced the sentiments expressed pul>-llcly by the doctor, he said, were responsible for encouraging slackers. He would like to see the doctor in uniform, he said, and promised that within 24 hnurt! he would be able to offer his friend a commission in the Canadian Army Medical Corps. Hot Tilt A tilt between B. F. Wakelln and Donald .Mc.Nabb followed. Mr. Wakelln declared he would not go into the ireucheH and fight, tbiit It was � con-s( lentious otijectloii with him. He put forth the well known'argument ot the "conchies." .Mr. .MfNabb, replying, statifl that men who uttered auch seii-ilmenis were Mitloyal, and should be ho trcanii Any man who could not , fight on the side of the allies In this I viir was no man at all. R. Harrow-ini'ii prertidcd over the meeting and hud interesting time of It. Mr. Fagan's Fine Addrsse Uev .Mr Kagun in his address, which I face brick, mantle brick, common brick. fire brick, hollow tile sewer pipe, plaster, cement, lime, fire cuy, plaster paris, NAILS, GLASS, STRUCTURAL STEEL, PREPARED ROOFINCs BUILDING PAPERS, FIREPUCES AND GRATIS. BEAVER BOARD mcj(Tar stain, WALL BOARD we make a specialty of straight and mixed carload lots. prompt shipments. phone or writeus forprices. we carry a full line of COAL MINING - AGRICULTURAL - MUNICIPAL 124S Second Ave. S. QUPPLIEC ^^^^^ a m,��� sB>^^e lema^nsMv ^^B^^ AND EQUIPMENT PlHwtTSS B. TURNEY & COMPANY, LTD. lethbridge, alberta 56447? 68013979 ;