Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE UA1L.T 19, 1018 r .She letbbribge Xetbbrlfcge, Blbcrta DAILY AND W1IKLY for some time supervising officer of the Canadian Y.M.C.A. in the Paris area, Is coming to Canada to take charge ot the Y.M.C.A. work in the Maritime, area, with headquarters at Halifax. Captain Alexander 'Watson Baird, SOD of tho late James Baird. KC-, County Crowa Attorney, and Mrs, Baird, ot Toronto, was kill-' e4 in action August S, It Is officially announced. Persons who want to avoid the Spanish influenza, or the common var- iety of the same disease were warned by the Ne-v York health department not to klsa "except through a hand- kerchief." Subject to hts acceptance, A. D. W. Kay, M.D., of Ottawa, was appointed medical superintendent of the Regina general hospital by the board of gov- ernors to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation ot Dr. .Dakiu. The death occurred at Quebec of Capt. W, H. Carter, former collector of customs, Quebec, at the age ot yean, j In some parts ot Ireland whera there Is a marked shortage ot silver coins, the merchants blame the nmal farmers for hoarding it. Among the war-courses at Prince- ton in the fall naval training will hi a feature. There will ho classes 'fo: naval officers under the supervision of the Navy Department. A trip was made -.b: Sergt. Frederick H. Johnson, of th PhiUiplnes to be married at "Water town, X.Y., Miss Edna II. Rlcfcetl Three Mile Bay, being the bride. During the sis months Just passed about cases havo been treated in the alcoholic ward ol Bellevuti Hos- pital, New York, as against cases treated there throughout tho corresponding period of 1917. 3. R, Cook, for a period of 25 years teacher and instructor in printing, at the provincial deaf and dumb Insti- tute, and among the best known and popular deaf mutes in Winnipeg, died of typhoid fever: Sugar bowls are to be banished from the tables of railroad dining cars according to aa crder received by the Federal Food Beard from the Food Administration in Washington. Tra- vellers who eat en route, will receive not more than one teaspoonful ol Premier Oliver has instructed J. H. Turner, ageut general (or the pro- Delude those who wero 21 yeais of ge on or before- Juuo 5, 19IS', up to hose who had not yet attained their Ht birthday on Juuo 6. 1917, or ID )ther words meu born fitter June SS6, and uo( later than June 5, 1597. not subject to the military tats ot To Provide Cards. Women's overalls continue to sell in large quantities the country over, ac- cording to reports from several manu- facturers in New York. The west and middle west arc said lo be the largest markets for.thesc garments. The British army has commis- sion cha'plains. including I.SS4 Church, of England clergymen, 662 Roman ot pTpjteslant denomina- vince tit London to Col- tions and 14 JewishVabbfs, These fig- urabia house on Regent jrtis do not Include colonel chaplains ed locally and unuouimiasion more soldiers return, thero Is bound to be a growing. cJemaai for a more suitable policy "-of a general nature Ona of these Is advanced by tho Great War in a -re solution to the effect: that the alien enemy labor ha conscripted, and that his earnings over and the pay of a soldier should go to the, government treasury. tils would be an i Ideal program, icugh whether it could be carried ut In a practfcar way we are not ure of. We know, that at the begia- ng pf; the war when a labor was a nt on the. market, organized labor as opposea-to savored 0 much of placing organized labor in rapetltlon with prison labor, and th bor men rcuK net countenance .-hGTTCTer.-ihsrc-iE 2. demand fcr bor on every hand, and the plea of nfalr competition would not enter in- 1 the question. The government should give the elerans' proposal every consideration cfore. turning dowa the request It Is ertafn thai some other plan for hand- up -the alien must be adopted If rouble Is to be averted, j _ WHERE 18 THE 'END OF IT AU.7 U may be all well to say thai of the.commodftles of lift la an Impossible task, 'bat when ona Is confronted eferj..- three or four months iwith a statement from the'dlr ector.of coal ope rations of-tbfs dts trict ihit the wages 6t all coal mln en be raised 20 or 25 cenla pe: day, the need of, price, fixing In order 16 Arrive at a basis. for. wages ie apparent granted (o ths inln era .under of Increasing the dally wage- according to the Increas tn the price ot commodUlda, has am c-CuUu-to IS ceala a. day since th last agreement was signed. Thii I J20 per month. Other trade a right to a similar In And the end la not yet Forth ot up, and the ral Tftya (ien atari Ulklng about the Ii ftiel cost, Tbon comes an ii In tha fr sight and I mm an la And automatical cost of living of th they get another wage I Jo not ltd mfnera fo ffvttfcg an in lo Jumping eofit of Hrtng. But It A at Ad long (ho presen or iBck of U, obtains, Increase to oorae. Where Is jt goln Saturday afternoons and Sundays. British Columbia soldiers are to have access to the place at these times. As an additional conservation meas- ure tbe- Canada food board has order- d that, until further notice, inanu- acturera of canned fruits for sale must not use more than au average ot 5 p'ounds ol sugar to'IOO pounds oE repared frclt.-The order ishow effect ve. it does.not apply to Jams, jellies j'r marmalade. he it. (From Our Own Xobleford, Aug. Mr. McKay of he Dominion Experhnenlal Farms to- gether with Mr. Fairfield, paid a visit i ere on -Wednesday and had a look overTthe crops of tho Nobleford Foun iatlon Ltd.' They were very well sat what they saw In the .way sf wheat and The Rev. J. who was en sick laat week left, here on Monday accompanied by hli wife and child to pend few dtya In Lcthbridge seeing the doctors and they 'intend to go tof the keg and pack charcoal tightly around the jar until within 2 inches of tbe top; then fill' In the rest of the way with Portland cement and sand, three parts sand and one part cem- ent Finish oS smooth and level, and keep towel dampened and spread over the Jar, hold In place by tight-fitting cover. Fill tbe jar with cool water early In the morning, and it will keep cool for days. sionary for the Missionary Church As- sociation. United- Slates Government require- ments for the-army. are expected t call for one-third .of the output of can ned tomatoes, twenty-five per cent o the total output of .canned peas, co'ri and string beans, about sixty cen1 oE the salmon pack, the ou' put of canned cherries aad or." ha! that of dried peach'es. To prevent drafted men from leav ing the Dominion without permits tb military authorities .arc planning t establish a mounted patrol along th International boundary bordering th Detroit Jllver. During the past tw winters, according to Windsor'offieja" more than-two thousand Canadian so dlers crossed the border to tbe Unite States. 'Amendment has been made to ,lh military service regulations by orde In-council. They now provido'that person who knowingly employs, ha Uors, or conceals, or in any way a slats a deserter or a man absent will but leave from the.C.E.F. Is liable Imprisonment not' exceeding months or a fine of not less than or not more than Hcv. Murdock of" Kno Church, .Kegina, fatuous''as the rif iater whose attacks on the Scott'gi ernment In Saskatchewan over- tl school question forced.the resignatio of the then premier, has reslgne'd.an. entered tno militia as, to Calgary the. t.ponln of Hie war McKInnoh has taken a lea ing part In the fight against alien emy propaganda and influence In tl "Tho convention provides that Americans fu Canada within Jnlted States draft ages who desire o eater the military service of their own country must enUst or enroll n the United Stales forces, or re-, urn to the United States, 'before the expiration of CO days after tho date of Iho exchange ot ratifications ot his convention, if liable to tilery service In tho country in which they are at the iatd date; or, if noL.so' lable, then before Iho expiration of 30 days, alter the Uiue when liability shall accrue.' U> understanding of the foregoing, the persons Immedi- ately affected by tho convention are men of the ages mentioned who, if they were British subjects, Vould be in Class 1 under the .Military Service Act of Canada, that is to ipy, men who arc unmarried (or married since July 6, 1917) or who were widowers without children on October 13, 1917. v Not Affected. Married men (married before July 6, widowers with chtldreo, and widowers without children who have become widowers since October 13, 1917, are probably not affected by the conventlon: at present but -ivill be- affected by U when Class 2 la call- ed under the Military-Sen-Ice Act of! Canada, and the 30-day period men-j tinned above will hpitfy to them. I counting from the dale on which suchj men would become liable for com-! mlsory service in Canada if they ere British subjects. "Men not yet 21 years of age on me p, 191S, ore not affected by the invention at present, but will be- imo liable for compulsory military rvIce under tho laws of the United Presumably 'they will then ava a period ot 30 days within which by may enlist or enroll in the Unt- d Stales, forces or return to the nited States. Subject lo Draft "Americans to whom the convcn- cn applies who do not enlist or cn- >li in the forces of the United States, r return to the. United States, within le periods mentioned above, will, af- er the expiration of such periods unless exempted by the American msul-general at Ottawa, under artl- o 3'of.tbo become sub- ect to draft into the Canadian forces nder the laws and .regulations of anada.'and may claim exemption nder such laws and regulations, II In the same manner s if they were British subjects. Such ersons, however, should-not look to consulate for intervention In the vent that they are dissatisfied with he decisions of Canadian exemption ribunals. "According to Instructions receive'd rom the Department .ot State, at Vasbington, men who Have' already eglsteired for the military senlce he United States and men who regls er, th'erefore, through consulates "Americans who deslro to register for the- military sorrico of the United States, but who lln'd it iuinraciicablo to appear before a consular officer for the purpose, may write to Iho consul- ate anklng (or blank registration cards, and naming some notary pub- lic, commissioner, or justice of the peace In their locality bcfurg whom Ihey wish- (o sign the cards. If tho consulate U ccmvinced that it la act- ually Impracticable, or would bo a erfin hardship, -for the registrant to appear lu ptopa.ln Calgary, Kdmou- ton, or Lethbrutge, a card will bo fur- nished aad a local officer will bo designated to lake registration for ervlce dividual Is known, leaving only the signature vf tho Immigrant inspector; o' be obtained at Calgary, Kdmtmtou. T Lelbbrldgo, or other whero consulate. it Get Permits. who1 desire to go to Hie United States will have to obtain permits to leave .Canada from a Caydtan Immigralldn inspector. Tho blank forma may be obtained from a postmaster or railway ticket oflice and should be filled out, signed, and such aa otficer Is stationed. The Im- migration inspector iloubllws re- qulro them to produce proof of their American cltlcenshtp. "This office has at present no In- formation regarding the graullng of exemption by the American consul- ecuersl-at Ottawa; hence It Is useless fur Americans LO address enquiries on this subject to tho C9nsulale for the time being. will make an announcement through the press when It Information re-, gard'ng IMS. "Tho foregoing statement conveys my present understanding' of the provisions of the convention. Various questions will doubtless arise frotu time to time, and further statements .bo issued as Instructions' are re- ceived." BIRTH the Van Haarlem Hosuitnl on Saturday, August 17th, lo Mr. and Mrs. M. >icttonald, Stli sworn lo in tbo locality where the In Ave, A. south, a daughter. DOUBLE TRAGEDY Montreal, Aug. J. Mul- l-n, 25 years old, ascertained by papers found op his body to.be a cashier at one of the National- banks New York, shot a girl, Vina Roy, 20 years old, in the left breast.and then shot and killed himself Jast night, In a. rooming house on Metcalfe Street In this city. Mrs. Rogers was regretted by all and It provinces. within the slity days after.July 30 not later'thaii SonC 2S be regarded as haying on isied or enrolled in the United States orces within the meaning of the con ventlon, and after registration neei not.return to the United States with u the periods fixed by the convention unless and.until.called by'their loca boards in the United Lux-bathed from head to HerKaif Kaajust gloiied in a Lux silky and sKines with the'radiant glow othealtli. Her'dainty, lace arttj ciepc-de chine likenew.yet itis fourj-cars ID the unique cleansing power of Ihc ciearay Lui Her 'undergarmenls her gossamer her white kid have again and been washed with lime they look like new. BROTHERS LIMITED Toronto, On'- >fany Anicrlcana-Jftlng'In Canada aro very anxious (o ktfow-just how the contention between the British Umpire and1 the United" States affects find M, P, Johnston, American consular agent herp.has Issued a prc-i llmlnary statement' toilchlng on elli that have arfccn. Some of the Information not As- yet arrived here, but rather tffan delay the aary >ooi. lo comforts' frfr the men In the trenrhes. Mra. Smith's re- algnalloD as secretary was accopled and Mrs y, Uarrlg was appointed in her place, ivlijlo Mra. Buchanan was etetted tuuinOfnl auditor in the place waj only of Mrs Tho recent visit of through. ___________ hers rlid nol attend on that occasion. An invitation from'JIrs. Satradenon fo hold their meeting on September 5lh, at her home After all the business was Burns served lunch very'mucTi eru joye3 by all. Tho school board has decided lo buHfl a houee for (he use the prin clpal. It will" build w'ljhfrt tho school which havo now been fencci! off, anil will make a great im- provement In ttiat'part ot the Tillage. Tho.TirUgci .council .held Ka.Mual monthly meeting last nlghl, but there Ing statement was Issued this morning, and 'further infonrjaf.fon'.vvlll bt given out Just as soon "fls.it (s received. One point thai la zii quite to Mr. Johnston now la tho status of men married before July 6, 1017 Tho routine U> go follows "The ratifications of a convention between (he United aorl Can- ada for the reciprocal v drafting of Incfr citizens or aubjedi for military service were exchahgWf, ori July 30, 1918, and the eoAvtifat'lrfo ir fa force that "Thia convention applies (o msla American citizens in Canada who ars W Lie united States draft ages, which The Kiiock-Out How many rounds before the knockout? That knock'out blow, Out-of-Town Trade" gets his final "wallop" from Home Interests. ArC'We'in training for it? Here is a fight in which the interests of the entire country are one. It is all of and me and our children and, our neighbors, Our town and our neighboring this one evil. Our champion is our- of us, welded together into one co-operative whole. Will our man wiri? And when? It all depends on us. If we think as.one man, act as'one man, trade at home as one man, then we are in good.training for, that final knock out. In reality we are not at the ring side. We are in the fight, in this picture we see twifatit home interests, triumphant.