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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mm btibae Detalb hs-^Ide; it dependa upon the Initiative 4tad; knowledge *nd, ftblHUea of the eommlailQttersjffh|iiher.jthe.9ettlement, of the BOldlofii upon the land will assist us in soltlnti great after the war _ PNiriiters and' Publithan . ', rNKikitHBRiDOB HElRAkD.I�R>NT-*. INQ^^COMP^NV. LIMITCe. 4rraiice - Business Manager. Buaii&ys Bdltdrtal vTStr^PHONES > � -OtHce !...........,.. 1852 Office........1224 ':v1aubiertiti�n. Rataa:.. -DalljrrfiaUyered, i i>�r, weak . . .10 Daily-, delivered,! per year .... .$6.00 1>ai)r, by mail, per year ......$4.00 Weekly, by mail, per year .,...$1.60 tyaekly, by mail, per year to U.S..$2.00 Date* of expiry of subserlpUons ap-�ea� daily o!2 address lalieL Accept-^pce of papers (.fte:- expiratlca date li fUri avtbority t6 centtnae the subscription. worknen at many of the centres kaV^ iwturned to work. Lacklnit proper leadership, the strikes apparently kr^ falling of tbe effect they otherwise would Jiave had in forcing the kaiser's yoverpment to Its knees. Nev^rttae-^s(, the strikes have caused consternation in Berlin and elsewhere. A demand has been made by the socialists tiiat th�.reichstag be. summoned todls-cuis'tha strike, but the demand allpt is that "plumping" is in-4ilge^'In by-some eiectora. Bdt>thi9?i under tSa old ballot whereallot. So "plumping" cannot ^A^faiS to'be a wealtness ebaracteris-|lo;;of'the preferential ballot, "�d^bo Herald is quite satisfied' the -^^tera of the city will protect their VOtinc rights on Tuesday-by refusing tp^ revert to the obsolete ballot of the in Canada. The tieath ^AT RESPONSIBILITY M�TS ON THIS COMMISSION . tl|ba BOldiera LAnd Settlement com-�l^sjon just appointed is to administer a' lthe poBsea^ionof speculators, and l;jA,d as grants by companies like the Certatolr' oiir-goveraAenti-'Aould encourage the feaearch of men like Dr. Asdeews.;^Their discoveries might completely ' transform*- the - west - and niake wo^th out of much of our pref-ent waste material.' . ^A bumper wheat harVMt U ed In-'France.-;.'. .� >.. - Prof. A. M. Shaw, ot the 'Agri^tit-turaLCoUege, Saskatoon, ha^;;be�n .ap-pointod livestock commia^lonb^u^r Saskatchewan.. . yi^^i'* Rev.' Prank H. Adams,' 'laW land, California, hasiKr^nciMh pastorate of the Unltod cPM%U church at-Peace RlVer,.,'; v' - - Prank Beard, vaa>a menibefHof.' tlia ataft ot the Nomiit school, Winiiipeg.- J.Jl. J^iirdw^F^^ pak sey.en yaars jliaB�?Seen cashier in the ------------------------___^......________Caanadlltn"dMomB office^ in Brandon McCallum is business agent of the ma-1 has reaigaad his position, aad-Ieaves ed by LL-CoL-W. T; OonaalU-aB-the result ot a post-mortam .examination, to the more or less penlstent uie ot wood alchol. .�  ? Duncan McCallum, 'ot* VanooVver, was elected president- of -the'-British Columbia Federation of'Labor tor 1918. chSnists, and is one at the leaders among organized l^abor,, Robert Henry, tdnuer mayor ot Branttord, Conservative standard-bearer in a number 'bf bltWr election contests there against former' Premier Hardy and of recent jreara i^ssl-dent ot Windsor, 0Bt..'i8'dead.- Nelson's new publio schqoV principal for Rosedata; Alta.; where- he will be oftica manaagar for the Rosedale Coal and Oj^y Producta'company. ~  There la every indication-that the provincial goTamment will at thiiTita? aion bring in aomalegislatlon to meet general demand tor adnltorm typeoC rural government.'Having in reality three forms of government in the rnral parts of the provlnca has proved cum- Italy aaama to he coming back. Have iyoii Bacrltlced anything for tlie Red CrossV�t; If not do it now. t nMW^^^y^- ^ qdmQ^tppJifenen are on strike. Tl^e flr�t>ith]nl::(h)^]r knpw;.. they may be ..,.i,ti-,;4;.^A.^,W.i,:'....-..,-- t Ther�7:iriU ha~:no demand from the aUiiirFllor ^'Battlement of the atrikijs Internal i-^rOtthlai in Germany may hriagitiii'^iraiK-'toVa conclusion much arllerUhkB Mr guns and projectiles. 1*110.. conBOlation to i the small boy diirlngv the'discussion about the poa-Bibla*|and.'$Tm~^^^^ .Sunday^, ex- Compulsory: education is advocated |[&Qttehtc.''When that province gets it there won't be so much strite between the: mcea U''Canad^. Bnlightenment Is'all that.a l^t of people In that pro-tlnc�;||^lra.:^;:--^:;Jx;^:;::;,,';::,:,::,^^ ; Th^'VaBCouvar 8uh is begiiinlh to worr'y'ithStLlnJa tew yeara New Y^r's .WlU-MTa (oBt a large:p�rt-n| Mjdl-wmta. Ijt ^rBtbat.thethtniBithat �o�|jm;Wji&in le|ilaijt|^y;v�,rt^. Mtie|lfv.rf :(Rr|lSu that: aniona wA Natives ot AlsacerLorraiaa- living in United SUtas without having been naturalised will npt bB'ragiatered'aa aliens, but aa TrencJi loltiienB'. of the "lost provincea," proTided-theyohtain identification cards from'thf^mipou-Bible association in America and have them coantersigned-hy f^ncb-consuls. : , -- ' �> ^ ,ta.^the .aUieB to help win the war."- " Snob, waa,'the statement made by �Mr.:JU8tl(;8^nclos at an exemption appeal-oai't.m4ion- treai. . . v.-i-r>...�..,;.?*:�:;�.. The mayor of Medie for sale at-the cUr'a ralvRlHA^.and also to put them into the ham of. the real estate agenta^for aala;:;^-;',^'," Announcement IpBiad^ thalfthVp'^: to the govemmeBt, aa every leglalatioi/ having to do with-the mral-dlatHctB! had to be adjnated to thavdlffer�B^| typos ot govemmeBt Will be H. Macarlhur,'-now-principal beraome both to the.rural dlatrietB and of the public school at Vem^ij.- The ' appointment follows the restgnatlon of F. G; Calvert, who ha* accepted:.the position ot school inspector, for the district . Adultery is.on an'alanninip'Inareaae jln Toronto, and a cgmp^ira Is now under way to memorialise Uia Dominion government tohiila It a ataluaory crime. At preaent it ie not- piinishahle by law. The central:'couttcU''qthe dOr: parfment to be ^nlajnipd'flnanetaliPOr Bition and one mintt- aatertain : the thought ot a reducUoJa ,1n ..rata#,- bqt cerUinly .'not. an. Jncreaae,'. an .Incraaae ot 2c per k.w. .would Jw^wialTBlent to, 20.per,.cent and wiUl the .i^bove figures quoted Would.amoOBt''to'an In-, crease to the light u9erB;.9f.^|24,000.or a aurpli^ for the ^^MttmBBvot' $34i-: OOO-a year. I am of.tba opInloo/.Mr. 'Editor, that such a aurplas ,is :BBwar-ranted and unnecesaary and that the profitB ot one department should not be used to make up the.deficit ot.an-otheirohe. .��''"-�'�.:��'�, It has been stated'tliatrthe anrplus would > he -used to. reduce !tbd;t>r�8aBt tax rate. However'oommendablevthat object may be, let ub first axaminei it lest we might discover,the remedy lo he worse than the'^Utblie.'.^Tdke the . fMtowing is a reaume of EMwIn BmKh'fl addrefls to he. dellvered tomorrow af.-iba Forum ott:indulitrlal^hal-leBi#i^;3{^^. .  . 4^.^ timMof BtAtin It ckli ^ot tbrni ItT'ob" llgationa to one or the other. . iTheae limits would not apply to a system ot prodnctlofi under voluntary co-operation where workers, owners and customers are identical. This matter of democratic co-operation on the field >ot production is the toal ot all the-revolutionary bodies. Democratic co-operation should f these; theories to tKeTprodUCfrbn- ot' mhtaHU lidBuhdai-' Ues.. -'Capitalism superceded Feudalism hecausa it waa more efficient. It will he superceded, not by talk, but by aomis'fofm ot organisation more otticl-ent. We i^ho advocate revolutionary policies must accept the responsibilities of-making, a success ot production upon a new basis. '.Oapitalism is incapable ot handling cendiUona growing out of the war. M|Uiy changes have been made. More may have to be made. . ' ;^he ravolutionary element by.a vote, by a period ot hard times or by a general strike may be suddenly thrust Into power. It we are able to organise the productive capacttlea ot the nation upon a baslB ot service to society we will aucceed. . It not we will fall and reaction ifiU come, , 'It is not wise to, wait until capital-iam; has. tottered and confusion has come to prepare tor the task,or roor-gaBl8lBS society. The dependence ot men upon the continuous operation ot tbe machinery ot production is so great that contusion must not occur. Those who desire the change can do some things in advance. ' j(l) Prepare themselves to supervise-production. Good foremen are scarce.-, . . . (2) Study their particular fields to [.determine.tbe practical application ot co-operation to actual operations. Some practical applications are. The coal miners might open, own and operate the coal mines where they are to work. The building trades might erect houses without .,the intervention ofaiCpntrnctor. . ... ^ ,. , -lB(li�atrt' haB>becoraoj gigantto.". A rattlM/Vlth mooo men in itafemploy la a concrete example of efficient cooperation between men of all races, cfsBeda, tastes and dlBpositions. It is The challenge of: Industry to us who de�lre;tfo;aoMaKrtvol||tton'l�j' / "Can Voa:ma�jlgklji4iw thlB,| bliBis ofl)emoci;aUo;Op-pperBtion as Welt as l>fb�ttorth2il'ftl8^be1hf^ managed today?'' Wo can try.' , . /T. EDWIN SMI-TH., ; WAS ACCIDENTAL . Harrison, N.J.S Feb. l.-Part ot the plant ot. the Ortver-Harris Wire company, engaged in manutacturinic wir,e specialilea. tor tise by firms having government war. contracts, waa destroyed by. fire with a property 'Iodb estimated at ,$700,000. Two four-qtorey buildings were burned. Tirt)-men had a narrow escape when one ot the'Willis collapsed. .Reports of Incendiarism were'discredited by Prank Ij. Driver, president of the company, who said he believed the blase was accidental. , . . �. �,./-;' � � * �. UNDER aOVERNMENT   : CONTROU V*  Ottawa,- Jan. ai.-^Canada's I   railway problem la not- yet   solveU by the.;8peclal commit- ^  tee ot the cabinet which is deal-   ing with it, but progress is be-  ^ ing made. Inareasing credence ^ ^ is now attached to the altofna- ^  tive plan, whioh, aubstantlally   along the lines of the Drayton-  during the period, of the war ,^  co-ordinating lU-traffic with  ^ the proponed.government group 4> ^ embracing ^ the Intercolonial, Pacific and.Canadlan Northern. ^ 4 All would'besubject to control ^ ^ under the railway, war board If; > this plaa is carried Into effect. ^ 4 No definite conclusions, how-,.^  ever, have yet beea arrived at; 4  -o- Aii,(iALii:' 'Bdnionton; Feb. I.-^AIbert^ >> could easily furnish all the'obal' repaired' west of Winnipeg, states'John T. Bttrl-ing, chief inspector of mines-for. Al-beru. He is of the opinion Usi all coal coming to Port Arthur, should; tor the present, be diverted 'la the' east.' for it's a matter of hablt'rifor*'than of necessity he thinks, that WISatpeK Insists on the PennBylvanig'/oosl.' - 8o long as they can get the Amerlean '.'r-I believe it has been ahovnituitVtKis proposed remedy is'really'Wbrse'-than the disease. Furihw^llitba #lnciple is correct, why stop ifa-^Jcfpir kiw. increase, why not make tt>hlih:afibnkh to eliminate taxes attbgether-'ind dia-pel such vexatious.rMdvl^Bbldaome topics as tax sales, etc; A Thaaklal ydii for the space, Mr. Bdltori^Ji?ft^^-raitt: ROBT. BARROWMANivpJ$^Ji|ett:for the purpose' of -paMn'^t-^t'^Mib '-of soLdlers, drafted '''v^&r,-thai'/llQitUry Service Act. for 'p�Wlpati<'4tf"(rrm labor according to^NairiBninwtQk^in-tormatlon. ^;  -..^'^ ...... K... t !: A mamoriial,. wtar-in8hrina'.^haa .been erected at Bobcayegoi$;.Ont., slftilarto those erected-in different i partsthe old country. - This, ts-^-belieired i-to the first one erected ^Canpdai and baa accordingly attif efidm ifabt tdeal ot attention, Thf;fBttrpQ|a tor-Which it was erected Is ra>MeP'W'honor constantly before t^^lMlPor'^ltlienB the names of the., BUB jrjioihave gone to fight in defence.of. theempire.-i OVEB40YEABS ON THE fi$|J^ ; . .'."V- , ^ The name of W. G. R^id pf HtiaiHm, !n^m'L?^r?Ki'*^^i*^I'ajr|{abientanr^lac-tlons, The'govemmapt too|t no^aotlon on either 8lde,'.bht^'lettvtha^bijt;"' v, " Proposals to ba}ld' a" tua'aat sroad-way for vehicles.uddei" the� Hu: . Read this letter: ' ^'.t,', ,' , � T:?H�nUtaBwOnti - "About four year*Sfoltiiritotelj'ou^ of my condition from MBSfnilar'atid In-flammatory RheuraatJlmViad^Kidhey Trouble and my effartf fthroiiib;tra\*er and change of cIlmate;4oiHd myaelf i>f; these unwelcome Kiiestii; ahd;liofCI^fTo tJ>eU.,S.aclJrcbs.-Ni3n^:4V8V#>^ PRESBYTERIAN , Knox Chareh Cerfwr 4th Ave. and Stb .Vreot � .Rev. Capt. A. H. Denoon. Paster Rev. W. P. Burnsi Aeting Paster. RaguUur servloes at 11 a.m. and 1.SO '�/�,;�.�.':..,: ' � � � , 10;a.ni: Boys Department; ;' 1I.S0 am. Big Ristera'jBible Class. . >.3.0 p.m.: Big Brothers'. Bible (JlBBS. $.00, p.m.: Other DepartnioBts of Sua- day School .4 p.n,: Chinese OlBBS.; ANGLICAN St. Cyprian'^ Church Car.'Iltn street, and' Mb .Ave. South, Rev. Canon W. V. MeMlllen^ B,A; Rsetor Matln^ll a. m, Sunday Scheal-r.nl Bible Classes, .a :p.in.. �rd Sun-dayB at 8.00: 2ud and 4tb Sundays at 11 a.m. '. � � aptlam-^th Sundays at 4 p.m. Christisa Church Car Srd Ave. and 8th St. jS. ,v';; Oliver .L. Curtis. Pastorr', Connaught Mansions,. . ^ Bunday School at 10.30. All be present : to.-recelvea button to work.for final ;, /reward, ..-./.� . ' Morning subject: "Chrlat Spssking by the Use of .ParablBB." SBvening Subject: -"Our Debt to ths �� Jews." . , ^Christian Endeavor at 6.46. .( - ; Welcome SALVATION ARMY Main St.. Buffalo, Ni' lAdj. and Mrs. Hamilton, offloers In ; . � � oHarge.-j.i.-'';vV?f*''-''-^i,.'C Junday, 11 a.m., 3 and 7,30 p.m. punday .School, 2 p,m. iionday, Thursday, Saturday," 8 .p.in. Tuesday, 7.80 p,n>., Corp Cadota. '' " lyedn^Bday, 2 p.m^, Home League;'f*''' I'p.m.:'l4lte Saving Scouts and,auard|i: Hie Citadel Band in attendafiipflB; Sunday'and Thursday Services.'".'' everybody Waleame. ,.v'-;JVv"f-' METHbDII^ -;:,;:;:W^SJr(Church -,�, Rev;.C(iai^:'e;jBraiKh B. D.r'Paster.'. , ReBidencei320 11th St. 8. -.. . Phones: Parsonage 4D4, Church' Study 408 Claude Hugl!M> Musical Director 11 a.ra.' Morning Worship, Subject: "The Q0Bpsl-:of Bearing Burdens." 12 o'clock:; Bible Scho6l and Blblo Classes, The collection tor the^ Armenians postponed tor one week. 7.80 'p;m. Evening Service, Subject: .'Chriat'B' Attitude ^to the Erring and Ours."',  Song Servlcer.-lO' minutes before the regular  service.' Music for Sunday as.' foKows: r-"What Are These," (Stalne'r); "A Day in thy Courts," (Mactarren);,Soto, Mr. J. C. McKee-"Hold ThotS- My Hand," (Brigga); '.'OhrlstlBn DoBtf ThoH See Them," (Dykes), ' CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet In the Meosa Halt, MIglnbothaw Bleaks-entrance 6th St. and 2nd . - ' AvsnuCBouth , v  Wedne8day�:-8 p.m.VBlble Class. SuBdays at;^0 a.m. to commemorate the libl^d'a'Death, and at 7.80 p.m. -.to'proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of an(l. Subject: "The World-Power of the Puiure.".' i;--- -All Seats Preev v No CMIseiwn CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRiSTIAN BClKNCE SOCIETY ;HuII Block, 7th S^rsst �. > Sundar'Servlcs at 11 a.m. Subject : 'lUove." ; Sunday Sp^ool convenes jitter , the , morqiug' sprviqe., Wednesday .kvenina. Testimony Biest^ v-;ing:at;f..pjn.-.;.,::. ;^^:x:iii:::'^!M '~.i,The'r�idlng,room is open dall/ except SundayH>n44egal.hoUdfiyB, frpih; p to fi,p,m?.H4re, ^he-Blble ^nd author-^ Ised XibriBtlaq -Pcienee llteraturii :may-]b� read,ib,i�rrpwed or purohafad^^ma *>*,i;�;�-�-a*-|.fjq B.m.: CUBS VeiMnc' f�frlW^.and girls. _- i^r ../c'J'- . Communion Evening, vice. 3.00 p.m.: Begini(|ir.!ac ap^v,Primary Depts. of the'SBB^ay (Bobapl," 127?Vth^Avi. J. 10 a.m. � - ClUKK :,fni m Services; I ItfocupKv^vaiid, : Begini(|ir.!ac ap'OivPtlmiairy �o,�. of the^BB^ay mi^," . >. 3.15, p.m.: Other'Oeptf, pti$l|a!suBdBy School. - . , . ',,.1 , ''i. . Pint Cor. 3rd: Ayt^ V Rev. c'nf Se^vice8^11.a,-m;kl A.M. Subject: " " Yourself." , P.^. Subject: "Th�i Ion." ' It mm ^Oa wnh',elassaa Bible School afW,n.m,\'W.., to suit all age8,v�;/'iV[KW^f -,, . ^'^TnL^aTT'M iCommunlon afterttni'^y^l^lig^'servM'e, PENTCCO > B..O. E. Ha . , Rsv, C. Rea, Bunday, 11-- Tuesday and <;Thi Prayer, Service;'!:)! urday, 8 p.m. y The Assembly i and many:ne' ed during th' you dqn't at ABiOCIATSO Room 12 Staff9riri Sunday,* 7.W p.m7,^' Wednesday. .8 %n ;4'Tha^^