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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUR OAILV ANO WKKKLV Pr�BrlM�ra and Pubil�*i*t� JTHt LBTHBfliOOI HERALD PRINT-INO COMPANY. LIMITKt n 4th Strtat South. Lethbrldg* W. A. Buchanan Fnaldrat aod ManaKins Dlrartor Iflka Twaaca   Butlnbft Manatw thp force of wMoh ihcy arc nwrnlwra. and that tkay will Uve to return to the prairiM w.ierf the.v har* lielpi?4 nphold tkoae txadittonn for �o long. THE LETHBMDOB .OAfl.Y HERALD TUESDAY. APRIL 30,191� tflLRP(iONtt BqiIbm* 01tlc� .............. 1�1 BdftorUl Ofttce .............. ubaeription Raiaai Oaltr. cnivtreil. per we�k r�*(lT. dfli\orp(1. p*r r�ar . Dally, bv mu;!. psf rear ... 10 ..$5 00 .1400 Weeklf.J'r r'lail. rcr year .....$110 Wa�kly. by mail p*r year to U.S.tZOO DatP* rtt iplry of aubscrlpttoB* fear ilally on aildrrsi label. Aveapt-tnce of r^uxTs 1 Ui oxpirati^ aate u aur aulliu.'i:/ to t Dniinua the sub �criptioa. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. The UrliisU ami I"Vencli Uneo at Ypree and Kenimel dofendinn thp paa-!>�ICP to the oJianticI piii.i lional tra4e biU.'incc tiotwccn thf two cpHntrlee, have b-o-i up ipflof- IBltoly l! ir I'j .!( rslO'n! 'h.\- Tio atrenit opp->sir.> i, of (or'.\;r. jn-:ir,i, r=. o/ tho ^ovem'-i r* wh.i fci-.'l tli.\t sucli iin >.!n'.I';.i woiil'l h,- In tanro inir vt inrUioi if pmt.h-t!on fK" fh'^ C. i.ii'.ian ir.! rr if it;'r. was r"-![i,-tn?-i'i> tor the .�ih�'.v'nif nf tho War TTndp Ho.ir.l's r.. iinun.:, tlons. If tii.s t)0 trui^ til � pr.ititi; ! . tht' WVsl iiinv I'O m nriv'U-ly expr.'--pd towanU a p.n it;-.: ^n: liiiip of till- tit,-; i>\i>ln''V t!i;i; . povpriini�'nt ha:> nirh-M Its .Tpprov.il of an enibarfto nn ini|Mri.�. .s .i i . plalninjt editoria! pn'ltlo 1 � I'rocr.i-tin:itlon al Ott.iwa.' pul>!ifht>l in t!;' last issue of lh>"n4-i ;ory southeast ot the i ity. liiihertn believed to be In a poor district for well \vaier the cnuiirry should be grateful i> it The discovery and proving ot the baain i.^ worth 'miUioai to Southern .Viberta. ---� 248th anniversary or PIONEER concern. The Hudaon'a Bay Co. Is this week I elebrating its J4Sth anniversary In i'lTo. the famous Company of Advaa-f'.irers Trading trto the Hudson's Bay. lect'ived its charter from the King of England. For two centuries and a halt almost, ^ttie company haa been a force in Cyada's commercial life, especially in the west and tar north wl�ere its adventui-ou? tiaders pushed tbtslr pyts. carrying. civtlizatioB with tharo. Western Canada owes audi o( her progress to.those men of the company who biased the early trails, sending back word of the wealth ot the resources in the far northwest. In bethbrldge, the.company established Itaelt following the develop- i ment of the ooal field, acquiring the I. G. Baker store, one of the firsrto be built on the present townslte. So, while the company is the great pioneer of the west, it is also possessed of the modern spirit of commercial service, and keeps up with., the times hi the pragreailve cities of this prt>-vince. The presence of a Hudson h �Bay establishment in Lethbridge Is a . Barrow, menib�'r for ChlUlwnck, may get It. Mrs. John Bannlsfpr, who had Juat been met nt Jordan Station by her husband, was thrown out of a *ugRy and fatally Injured. Wm. nulmer, a promlr.ont farmer and cattle rancher ot Vcrulam township, dl�algned. ne% Father M. Jeffcott, paatof ot St. Patrick's Itoman Catholic church, Merrlton, passed away 'suddenly. i. A. Harvey, K.C., prominent Van. couver lawyer, who died the other day, formerly practised at Cranbrook. Canada's trade during the year ending with March Increased by f3IS.292.-044. totalling In exports and Imports T2,ri�4,462,2l5. Mllltory policemen tired on a do. sorter named E. Melorhe, who hi tempted to escape at Ottawa, and in flitted a slight wound. .\ Matthews, a recrttlf. Is In th� military hospital nt Wolsolcy Bar raiks. Ithe tussock motk, wkich is sc destructive to the maple tret. At Coroner Den�ry'B Inquiry into Balderson. both of Perth, and both | the death of Vaelipeorge. a'Wacedon unionists, will contest Lanark to till the vaoency created by the death ot the late member, Dr. A. E. Hanna. . Walter Tovell, one of the three Guelph young men Injured in en automobile ^accident near Breslau. died at the ^Kitchener and Waterloo Hospital. ^ Cecil G. Orchard, 20, only son of J. Milton Orchard, O. T. R. agent )�t Minesing Statfon, met his death when handling his rifle, which wm discharged accidetitaily. '| ' A blaz^ occurred at an apartmon lY BE STRIKE RY. IN CANADA Moiureal. April 29.-A conference ily infer that the mothers of Southern � of importance Involving fifty thousand Alberta are more ignorant or careless men of the sht7 million church will meet nt the home of Mrs. bushels In l�lfi and 79 milUon Wesleyan Theological College. . .,�...^.,. ... .^^........ ,_________ Montreal, bun conferred the deprei . .Mi.thews anil her daugirticr i I* L> upon Rev. T. B. Dartley, To to the window lodge and were i ronto, Uev. R. Q. Peever, London. Ont and Rev. J. n. balnt, president o|. th. Newfoundland conference. Dalton Oliver of Rracebridge. who! ~- had left a note ten davs ago beside his I Ships trading to United Kingdom clothes Baring hf.s body would belP"'''" '>o allowed to load ships found in the river and wlio was. there-' excess of thefr voyage - J. \l. Paterson, Bow Thursday afternoon. I  New School Splendid progress Is being made on FAREWELL TO THI MOUNTED POLICE. The fatlure of the city authorities to p^n aitytblQg in the n*ture of  civic farewell to the squad of .Mounted Police who Mt yesterday for active service In the war zone was an oversight that needs some explaining. It was a lamentable incident The departure of the mujor proportion of the men of "K" division was an Witorlcal event, and slioiild have be^i I lo treated. It iras the duty of the civic Mtborttiae to see to it thai the occa-tOB was properly recognized. The-A.N.W-M.P. la too famous an organlta ttoa la the history of Western Canada, ttA tB the history ot Lethbridge to al low avoh an occasion to pass without Mklat tho opBortunity for a special fsart to the bmb from an official Th� R.N.W.lf.P. have alwtys liMa iwdy to help the city oh Cf�&^l ocomIom. irblch u one �MB IWM� �lky tho failure ot the cHy kfU rlM..to th* oeaaioa wtis'a la- TbB UaraM tare tbM tt wicte Uie siBtUBeat of ^e whole community wk�B it �itawb to the i)9ye who do-partMl yMterday^M^e best v�lh�B of ffBfir�iBiB4outt�rn Mm^^t^ �� tka inMlWtWrfold to nileb irt hBaBijanniiM lliemaeWes in wttk tlM (IM tnuUUoai ait for a "baby welfare week' tor Lethbridge. For two days of this week, Thursday -nd Friday, lectures by doctors and others of authority on the subject will be gj^n to rhe moth-ern of the city and district. These lectures will be held in the Y.M.C A. and there #Tn also be seen hero the .splendid baby welfare ^hlbit gotten up by government and provinces. The lectures will contain valuable information In connection with child welfare, and every mother who can tind it possible to do so Aiould b� pre�ent ui these lectures. ' A'.soflation of -N'ational Defense. (The union delegates claim' they came to Montreal with a mandate, earned by a retorenduw vote of all the fhopi4 of the railways, drma}idinK Avenue, on bushels on February 8, ISLS. A Qerman arrested tcsr the Stein-i bach murder committed suicide in his ceil at Pontlac by battering out his brains on the Iron bars, follow-tnu o full cenJessW ot how he Thos. Armstrong, former city - as sesHor, and widely known, shot and They have a "get a goat' campaign well trader way ' in Vancouver. Wouldn't that Kct your goat? undesirable hr>aps^ back j'ards and alleys. There is ab abundance ot garbage collection strewn about but Mayor Jamieson has expressed his confidence in the peoplo'a desire for a clean town and we feel confident ; the new school, the basement haa been that an inxpertion of yards and by-f i I it take, and it any provision U belni? ' WALL BOARD NAILS, CLASS, STRUCTURAL STERL. PREPARED ROOFING, EUILD^G PAPERS, FIREPLACES AND GRATES. BEAVER BOARD men discharging our civic refP9BSlblll-made to rid the lake honom ot the ties wan repre-entaUve aC aaressive roots of the troublesome weeds. There are hundreds of i>!-ople who go to Uurderiou I'ark because at the lake, and red line revenue depends greatly upon It. Anything which affects the revenue is ot the greatest Importance to, ftie city, and to the public. We thtok a statement on the lake problem would be quite in ordei. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF STRAIGHT AND MIXED CARLOAD LOTS. PROMPT SHIPMENTS. PHONE OR WAB TORPEDOED. London, April 30.-it was the Hrl tish steamer Oronsa which leadership. At the ragular auat Ins held* in the council chambers tn Friday night the followlna roslrum eiiior. Mr. Agar foslBBBd hfcajMB ho, i;< leaving tjwn. Aalda 4nuB tba aav-, ei'ul iinnor fitatterS' WTBI^lht 11^ .for' dtH< uxHiun, tlilj counelMmL ' BBcMtd thitl the services of,,Mr^Pi 4.^�.^at Biun ati Becretary-treaaiiw of the , Town ot Row Island b� �wlataiaad. ' iUrs. Utio. Ii. Wyllie bas returned IB. TURKEY & COMPANY, LTP. ��MM LETHBRDGE, ALBERTA. 613806 ;