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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1013 ftetbbttb je Deralb DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 123 6th Street South. Lethbridje W. A. Buchanan Fresident and Managing Director John Torrance - - Business Manager TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office conditions should be kept to the forefront. Alberta wants its resources and we believe it will gladly trust Premier Stewart to administer them but it wants them used wisely and for purposes that will benefit the province, and help it ?olve war problems. Patronage and political favoritism, and they mean the same thins, must be kept out of the administration. *PICKR 0 UP IN meut. This can be done by tne city ~_----------- council and the board of trade making Dates of expirv. of subscriptions ap-pear daily on address label. Accept- | representations to *;, of the 177th baualiou, was cabled to Barrio, Ont. Bishop Molony has proposed, with file approval of the i' M.S., that a Chinese clergyman be consecrated as assistant bishop in the diocese of Chee Kiang. t l-\ L. Fowke. of O^liawa, and T. Sherman Rogers, of Halifax. N.S.. two of the three members of the commission for the reconstruction of Halifax, are Baptists. Hamilton's city clerk says the fuel shortage is so great that people should close up parts of their houses and live in and heat only two or three, rooms. Gen. Lessard. inspector-general for Eastern Canada, is being sent to take charge of military affairs at Halifax as supervisor of training, Col. Lang of Toronto military . district going with him as-general staff officer. H. B. Thompson, food controller says that it Canada produces to the limit food rationing will not be necessary. He declares the panacea of fixed prices has failed. Twenty-two thousand retail grocers he announced are to be placed under license. Rev. Father Joseph Victor Joubart, procurator of the Roman Catholic, corporation of St. Boniface, who di"d at St. Boniface hospital Saturday, was born at St. Pierre, Man., March It 1ST9. He was the son of worthy pioneer farmer parents and was educated first at St. Pierre, afterward taking his classical course at St. Hyacintlie seminary and his theological course at Montreal. W. J. Tupper, K.C.. a veteran of 1SS5. Northwest Rebellion, was unanimously elected president of the Army and Navy Veterans in Canada at the annual general meeting at Winnipeg. ^J. H. Holman, a veteran of ISihi, Fenian Raid, wa3 elected first vice-president and Lieut. E. Cay, who served at the front during this war with the 27th city of Winnipeg battalion, was elected second vice-president. Ten million dollars is asked of Congress for vocational training for disabled U.S. soldiers. It is anticipated that the U.S. senate will vote to end Federal railroad control at the war's end. | For shooting his -brother Edward, Philip White, of Collingwood. was sent to the Uurwash farm for one year. J h 4 James Sweeney, who was recently ] superannuated by the Grand Trunk after ?A) years' service in London district, died after a few days' illness. The official count of the ballots in the East Edmonton election shows a majority of t>:;i for II. A. Maekie. The totals were: Mackie 4,Uot.>, May Mrs. I.. S. Lmuly. Niagara Falls, is one of the most remarkable women in th.e Niagara district. Though f Infant � mortality in Alberta tin: slogan for thn Alberta Institutes tin.-; year is "Save the babies." Ways and means of ; poi peUiatiug this campaign will be ' discussed. There will aino be other rural prob-; lems dismissed and it is hoped that j the convention will have definite re-j sulta in making (he life of the rural | woman as satisfying as that of her sis-i ter In the city. All the delegates and members attending the convention are requested to purchase a Mteigle fare ticket to i l f L L Pack df-:| a stirring talk, with the subject "Why I am a Member of the F. F. A." The local organization intends to canvass the district for r-:i"at