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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers tHE LETHBRIOGE HERALD PRINT INQ COMPANY, LIMITED S23 6th Street South, Lethbrldga W. A. Buchanan PresJdunt and Mnnnglug Director John Torrance - - Business Manager Business Editorial TELEPHONES Ottlco .............. 1252 Ottico .............. 122* .10 of farm implciueuts without a murmur. TH^ LfeTI^BftrtiOfi DAILY MERAUJ Wlint's in the nir?-flveryone Is either Retting married, or those who nre married nre solng vo warmer cli-uiatPH. Tlicite chinooks tire ccnninly hot niimbers^they get people vlsht on the jump.-Mnclcod News. N'ow that it's eoitl ngnln probably those problems that aro wofrylng the N'eiv? will solve tlicii."!elves. KvMont-ly the .N'lnv." spoke In the hoat ot tho moinont. as it were. Subscription Rates:' Daily, QOlivored, per week ., Dally, doltvered, per year .. Daily, by mail, per year .., Weekly, by mail, per year .....JloO, Weekly, mall, per year to U.S..$2.00 Here are some ot the demands ot factory workers in Russia: A sU-hour worklnp: day; ten minutes' re.^t after each hour's work: a two-hour interval at 'midday for lunch, two months' vacation each year on full pay. In view of these demands the ! Hamilton Herald thinks it would seem "f^OO^'" '"^ unnecessary for the nolslieviki ' goYornmeut to forbid private corn- Dates of expiry ot subscriptions appear daily on address label. Accept-�nce ot papers i.fte;- expiration date is pur authority to centlnuo tho sub-Eoriptlon. THE PROGRESS OP THE WAR .\8 forecasted, the military party hits gained the victory again in Ger-jnany, and is still supreme. What real effect tlils will eventually have upon the peace pegotlatlons which have now been resumed at Brest-LttOTsk with the Russians, remains to he seen. There has been no fighting of r.ny particular account on any of the war fronts. The successes gained by the Italian's recently have been on a big scale, and the enemy, have suffered hea^T losses at -their hands. On the French front the Germans have been making determined efforts to break the lines on the Meuse, but the French, giving fresh evidence of their great ndurln^ powers, have been able to repulse them easily. panles to distribute dividends. Oh you dog fanciers~$r>.00 tor a male and J10.00 for a female this yc.-vr. We know its rotten, but Mar be Griej- and Councillor Hearsou have come to the conclusiou that you aro to pay this lax or have your dog's tail cut off ju3t behind his ears. Of course they don't say anything about putting a Hcouso on cats, which is absolutely necessary.-.Mndeoil News. If the Macleod tax takQs in the Blood Indian Reserve dogs, that town ought ,to be able to meet, all its obligations without imposing any more tases at all. ; -^PICTKED UR^-* PA SSING i^O^ TUB BUSY MAN MacFarlano Widdup, former manufacturer ot Branttord, la'dead. United States Senator BraiJy Idaho, died at Washington. ! ot MHING STAFF AT BARiELL NO MANDATE TO DISPENSE WITH PREFERENTIAL BALLOTING �Though many ratepayers might teal inclined to let the matter of the pro-ppsed . charter amendment, changing the form o� btOlot for mimicipal elecr. tions, pass by without raising a protest. It is evident that there are others - Who are of a different mind. For our part we support those who protest against any change in the present form ot voting by preijerential ballot for the office of commissioner. The plan has been iu. effect for four, elec-Istonstatid'It has never yeftaused any great inconvenience. In one case the preferential plan resulted In placing In office as a commissioner a candidate irho ran second on the first choice count to his predecessor. He was elected because, more ratepayers preferred him to ills predecessor in office. Surely there Is no one who will ay that he -was not the people's choice. Preferential balloting alone made' such a choice possible, and it fhould not he abandoned. There is something also in the protest vpiced by a citizen, as reported in' our news .columnsr that the city counclI''.iB undertaking to change the atyte ot balloting without any 'appeal to thje people as to whether they wished a change to be made. . When the people of Lethhridge were considering the adoption of commission form of government, they .took a sort of plebiscite on the matter aiid it. was generally understood then that pref- .) erential balloting would go along with the system. The system is therefore a basic one which Is bound up with the cd.mmissiqn form of government, and the commissioners should con aider cai'efully before they, oft theit' own bat as it were, decide to,ask for a change without consulting the, people- It you want to see the cock of the walk go to the poultry show. ��The mayor shouldn't be afraid ot tlje preferential ballot. It never did anything serious to Mm. � ;Commissioner Grace left on Becem-her 13th with a month's leave ot ab a^Bco in his pocket. Januai-y 13th is past, and people are beginning to won dtfr whether he is helping shovel Chi cago out ot the snow drifts. Kd. Becker, brother ot ex-Ald. R. C. Becker, died at Medicine liat. Mrs. Jane Harrington died in Brant-ford. V\\T> of her sons have donned the khaki. The Toronto city abattoir will he used by tho government for Its supply of fish. , Geo. Cavin, merchant, Ladysmith Is tho Liberal candidate in a bye-election ifor Newcastle, B. C..^ Vremior Stewart will open tho convention of the United'Parnterg of Ah berta in Calgary on January 33. The new plant of the Port Arthur Pulp uu^. , ,,' . 'f^'lie amalL-tractdr-has'"oome t* ,be , - , .,, m, , ,#fi?t.aa^ Wt.nt a factor and as ^^t^^'^' aep^tm^ announced jjaJv^raftJly lis^d^by Southern Alberta today that it will bo the adminlstra- prs atf' tbevftutomohlle; They will |iJi?Jn�,ypaj; to increase luctldh a^4' conserve lalinr. The DON'T WANT WOMEN ,t,io,n'D policy .to prevent the introduction of woiuen ,Jabor, In work for which men still'are avairable'amr Sny reduction' ot wage � scales ijocause ot om ' Sir George Foster, who was recently injured when hit by an engine, expects to leave tor the south for a holiday before actively taking up his work again as minister of trade and commerce. Lpgislatlon.Ho prevent the spread of venereal diseases and restrict the evil consequences ot such disorders win be passed by the Ontario government at the approaching session ot the legislature, which meets on February 5 next. Rev. Dr. John Ross Sutherland, associate secretary of the' Presbyterian Board of Ministerial Relief and Sus-tentatlon, died at Philadelphia aged 72. He was Wm. Jennings Bryan's pastor at Jacksonville, Ills., was bom in Ontario and for some time was editor ot a paper at IngersoH'Ont Lieut. Ralph Babbitt, R.F.C., who has arrived In St. Thomas to recuperate from wounds received In an air duel -�-lth German Aviators at Pass-chendaele, had the trying experience ot falling 12,000 feet after being shot, and lives to tell the tale. He and his machine-fell into a wafer filled shell hola. Because ot the extension of the submarine war .zone,. Secretary 01 the Treasury McAdoo has ordered government life insurance for officers and crews of American merchantmen travelling between American ports and the Cape Verde Islands, and points on the west coast of Africa, north of Sierra Leone. Sailing vessels will not be insured. L'Authorlte, a Quebec French'weekly, in support ot Dr. J. T. Plnjile, M- L. A., in his campaign in favor pt compulsory education-In the pirovlnce ot Quebec, claims that 60 per cent of the people ot the province are Scarcely able to sign their names, while In communities such as Berthier, Jollette, Rlmouskl and FraserVilip the proportion of Illiterates Is only, exceeded in Bulgaria, Spain and Russia, ^ Three hundred'tons' of onions shipped to 'Vancouver recently (by grpwers in the Kelowna district and held In storage' here were aelted on behalf ot Pood Controller Hanna, }i Is said that fully 25 per 'cent, ot the onions had commenced to rot, and the seizure was made that they mifht be preserved for food purposes. The onions will be sent to an evaporating-plant soon. The premier place, among, the Bap tist congregations of western Canada still belongs to the First Church of Winnipeg. .iAccordliig to � the returns it raised ?5,311 tor missions last-year. The church has about 6B0 members, and all its organi?aitlpn8,show healthy activity.. The Plrgt Baptist church in Calgary is regarded' as the ' next strongest in the west. T-wo honors have come to the Stuart family in Montreal. Lleut.-Col. Camp bell Stuart, vice-chairman ot'the London headduarters of the British Mia slon In America, .who went overseas with the Irish-Canadian .RanReri . nt Montreal, has been' made a knight cqnunander ot.the.order ot the British Empire, and ;liig npother, Mrs, Ernest Stuart, who % at;ithe head of the Ladies' Bx3cutlv) of' the �$ Columbia died at NewsWpstmipiiitBr. His demise followed. bt� rettirn 'frpyn a trip south which hp (obkitpir.i>l> health.. He loaves a widoi/y: aflld iwP-'dJi^K��t� at 'Victoria andrtltrpi^^ married aistprs; Mrs. D. A. McFarlandtMra.r Sherlock and Mrs. Leslte Cfaufard at Jilelson. A brother, Frank'Vlnnipg.Bo^vren, la administrator of the iljVorkmonti Com consumer friction has developed, which ! in tho yaliio ot this dags' of assets. It maIi>talnod at the present pitch, avIII ; The Bank's holdlnga ot treasury bills have serious results. For tho prose-issued ,by the' Impifflal and Dominion cutlon ot tho w�\r he deems it ossen- governments aro very largely Incroas-tial that the efforts of all parties ed, and this constitutes somo ovidonco Nomination pat>ers for the election of two trustees by the graduates ot Queens University resulted In the reelection of the retiring trustees. Sir John WlUison, Toronto, and Judge Lavell, Kingston. Major A. W. Bishop, V.C., D.8.O., M.C., in addressing the Empire club ot Toronto, stated that' a great struggle for air supremacy was coming nest summer. j. The second ot the 8,800 ton atand-struction tor the emergency fleet coi'-struction tor the Mergency Fleet corporation ot the U. S. was launched thirty days after the first launching and sixty days after the keel was laid. For two yean Mrs. Hiime, of Brant-ford, has mourned her husband as dead, she having received official word of his death In action, but she has now received word that he had arrived In London, England, istUl suffering, from the effects ot wounds received early In the war. . Statements ma*e by the Calgary officials of the locat^^bed branch of the government which., has been making tests ot the'grain of the west, are to the effect that the'germination ot qha-lity ot both oats and wheat Is this year above the average. As a means of conserving fuel throughout the eastern states which have been vitally affected by the coal shortage, federal fuel administrators have recommended that President Wilson declare Monday a legal holiday throughout this territory tor the next eight or ten weeks. The license ot the Strand Hotel, Toronto, was canceled by the provincial license board because It was showrf that the proprietor. j. McLachlan, had. liquor hidden under his bedroom floor, which was fitted with moving boards. The board Is considering the case of the Berlin Lion brewery, which is being sued for hops It refused to accept after prohibition came into force. ~^ .,||uty>ouW ho removed on this class pro^tpenl o? womerin'Xe ot meT' Canadian Bank of Commerce Loaned $149,000,000 to Business Men to Finance WitrpperaU ions In the addresses delivered on Tuesday, the 8th inat., at' the annual gathering of the Bharoboldors ot the Canadian Bank of Commerce, the dominant note appeared to be-a very clear realization ot the fact that the ^well being ot the InBtltullori was dependent-upon such conditions as conduced to the well being of the nation as a whole. Sir Bdmond Walker, the president,/In his unusually exhalistive address, and one exceptionally timely, said that; "A great bank la vitally concerned with what will conduced* the true In-; tarest ot the country!, ahd that means the greatest ariouht of well-hieilng oh the part ot its cltUens.", There can be no gainsaying tbeVflkCt that the country as a whole Jb enjoying prosperity which,'whlje It may,not be/of the soundest typa.', t*. i^everthelesR bringing to It wealih'tliat kUberto had not been regardedii^f'tl^boiblo. , Farm Produce i^Srdi�]9>�ve of exporting the year!47-|iarYe�t at prlca^ greater than hithartov obtained, The^ value, ot tho fleijI^nMlvPit;: Sir 1^-, mund stated was ]iiC8tiQ0[Q;fK>6 . asre^r tlmated by the Dominion covernm^nt, ponsatlon act at Vancouver. The hody These figures do not, taoweYer,:reprff> will bp taltpn, to yictPrla/Xprjiburial, spiit the .value of thaJMd producta o( un-Thursday},, The liite-Mr." Bo4wa)l! .Canada on the bi^faomln-ion relatively speaking, in a strong position. ADAMS It now to cause the uniisiial,long- flavor away. ^ Pure Ghewing Guni \ 1 l,;5f. 147506 ;