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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE. LETHBH1DGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, FEBKUAIiV 25,'1 ^9 �etbbrio^v1beratt> letbbridge, Blbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETH BRIDGE HERALf>PRINT-ING COMPANY, LIMITED �23 6'h Street South. Lethbridgs W. A. Buchar.an President and Managing Director John Torrance  - Business Manager TELEPHONES Business Office ......... Editorial Office .......... 1252 1224 of production would be secured, anil tlitfro would not bo th'o same demand on the. water supply, which is the limiting factor. As for a community garden at Henderson Lake where irrigation is obtainable there appear to be many obstacles in the way. The city however might tisu the irrigable area there to grow potatoes for the use of the population, thereby relieving the buck' yard anil vacant, lot gardens of growing potatoes to that extent. "Cer-talnly, if irrigation is available at the park, the city should make more use of it than is being dune in raising dry land oats. �*PICKED &P IN>f Woodstock, for a breach of the Ontario Temperance Act. Lieut. Cecil French, eldes't son of' Principal French, of the Moosomin Collegiate Institute, has been awarded the .Military Cross tor bravery on the battlefield. The Poster Advertising Association, representing nearly all of the bill-posting plants in Canada, has decided that wheat flour shall be used for bill-posters' paste. Curfew hells will not ring in Montreal, as the city attorney informed the council that the proposed regulation to keep children- at home at nights would be illegal At The Capital (Editorial Correspondence of tho Winnipeg Froe Press) \ which is expected to do a groat work In preparing for the different times that will follow the war.. Tho instances might 1�e multiplied. Tho host buainoss men of the Ottawa, Feb. 1G. - There is n| change in tho political atmosphere i of the capital . It is most noted by ; those whose experience of Ottawa \ covers many years. There wis a' country are coming v to Ottawa those days, not to capture contracts for the fattening-of private fortunes, but to help tho new Government in Its enormous task of giving Canada an administration that will measure up, to some degree, to the dire needs of the occasion. Some of these are stay- .f - - : - ,, , . % " i ing for tho discharge of duties impos- dfacusBion here the other (ays be- f u ,,, f 1 tween a young Canad a. I ,,0Hea of consultation and then depart, man of-fme capacity and high ideals,; > , h , , whoso services have been �>�,-. mandeored by his country and anij^ Uore to glvo th'e crge number of \ Canadians, has become something higher and dearer than personal interests. The spirit, which has sent hundreds ot thousands of Canadians into the field, is being manifested in our public life; and we begin to see at Ottuwa somo thing of the same devotion to duty, something of the same readiness to make1 sacrifices for the country. The civic virtue of the land Is yet. far behind the standards set by its sons in the field; but"there is at last a public consciousness of that fact, accompanied by a growing resolution, that Canadians at home will, in the terrible stresses that are to come, bo worthy of those who are defending the honor and tl�� independence of the country upon the battlefields of Europe. "THE BEER WITHOUT A PEER" anewco ano bottiid bv The LeYhbripge Brewing at Malting Co Up. j . LtTHMtioaB. Alberta. ... ST. KILDA NEWS nire to return to their /-country for military service, but shall not be responsible for providing transports or the cost Of transport for such persona. � 16) No citizen or subject of either country, who, under the provisions of-this convention, enters th'e military_________,; ,o service of the other, shall, by reason I superintendent of" such service, be considered after ' this convention'shall have expired or after hts discharge, to have loBt his nationality or to be. under any allegiance to the United States or to his Britannic Majesty as the case may be.- fame and gambling house in the^clty. Rev. E. W. Halpenny, B.D., general secretary of tho Ontario Sunday School association, has received a call to" the Field Department ot the International Sunday School Ab\ sociation, as Educational Promotion Hon. Archie McLean has been acting premier of Alberta during the absence of- Premier Stewart in Ottawa. Just practising, eh? - The. King received in audience at Buckingham palace, Lieut. Lost of the Canadian forestry corpB, chief of the Six Nations tribe of Indiana of Ontario, who brought over a number of hi3 braves and intends to return to Canada and recruit more of them for forestry work )n France," The women conductors on the Moose Jaw street cars have ail left their jobs, but Manager Dion expects to have a number of them back in the The Patriotic Fund Bulletin thinks I spring when the men will likely be the fact that soldiers' dependents as-' requisitioned for farm work. He says  i ,L , . ; ., , , . , . ' the women make good conductors. ' sisted by the Patriotic Fund, contribut- ; _ ed to the war loan, is proof that the soldiers' wives receive sufficient income. The Bulletin points out. that in Elgin county "a substantial amount of the victory War Bonds is being purchased by the soldiers' families." In Hespeler 10H soldiers' wives out of 112 supremo war council have bank accounts or are paying for , - houses, and recently they purcnasud ; Grilnt Clifford Weston, 11 yearsol'd, no less than $7.U0u worth of Victory! SOI\ of ex-Aldermaii Oeo. Weston, To-. i ronto, died from burnB received when Bonds. In Hamilton 283 soldiers j ,jK nightdress became ignited from a Credit for drafting the American document which p\ayed such a part in convincing the Versailles conference to the phm lor ce-ntiwlized control of the war is given by Secretary of War liaker to General Bliss, chief of staff, and American representative on the iFrom Our Own Correspondent) St. Kilda, Feb. 18.-Cold and stormj*-weather has been the general conditions of the weather for the past few days but it looks good now for a Chinook. Mr. Sam Palmer a well known farmer of this district has spent the past month in the Gait hospital at Lethbridge, from the effects of a frozen foot, but Mr. Palmer expects to be out in a few days. The dance at the G. T. P. oil well cn Feb. 15th proved a success in every way and a delicious supper was served at midnight. R. C. Knoble of Coutts, Aita., has been a visitor in St. Kilda for the past few days. _ Mrs. J. A. Gilder and son Arthur who. have been' watching the G. T. P. oil well for. the winter nave moved to their farm where they intend farming strong for the present year. Mr. J, F. Simmons the International agent, from Foremost, - Alta., was a business visitor in tho village ot Coutts for a.few days last week. The members of the Red Cross society are to be complimented on the efforts made to keep the supply of work finished through . the winter months, although many.workers are prevented from helping by sickness. Again a large bag of work was sent in to headquarters this' week, We have a Carrie Nation in the vicinity of St. Klda; not smashing saloon windows, but trying to smash people's characters, and that, the members of the Red Cross society. , The scandal is as regarding what is done,-with the money collected at dances, etc, Now if ail members would attend meetings more regularly, they could know what is done, or apply to headquarters in Lethbridge. All receipt* are kept each time, and books can be seen at any time, but wait; an apology is coming to tho past and present secretary of our society. If one has nothing better to do, stay home and knit socks. The poor fellows need them. WILL SUPPORT ITk London, Feb. 23.-TheiDurham Miners' Association has decided to support the government's man power bill and also that the various miners' association should assist in the work wives authorized the committee to de-j gas grate. His mother's nightdress duct $3.50 per month until a sufficient j ala(> caught fire and sbe^may die. Mr. _________...... amount had been retained to purchase I Weston ilad hii arlns and handfi badly of selecting fifty thousand miners i burned in trying to save his son aud who, the government's bill provides. 1 wife. *re to be drawn from the mines. one $25.00 War Saving Certificate. Wear Rubbers and Protect Your Good Shoes 'TPHE tendency is to wear fine shoes. You have several pairs, probably, that are well worth protecting. Get all the wear you can, out of every pair of shoes, by wearing Rubbers in wet weather. All the time that Rubbers are saving your good shoes, they are guarding your health against Colds, grippe and the train of more serious illnesses that often result from wet feet. "Jacques Cartier' "Granby" "Dominion" "Merchants" "Maple Leaf" "Daisy" are six reliable brands, sold by leading shoemen, and made in all styles and shapes^ to comfortably fit all shoes worn by men, women and children. Ask for these brands-they are the best to buy Canadian Consolidated RubbervCo< Limited Executive Offices MONTREAL ;