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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOim Tire LETHMtbGK DAft-Y HERALD; tbe Blbeita DAILY AND WEEKLY REFITT1NO THE VETERANS. Tlia work.ot-providing-for the re- establishment In civil lite of the re- turned soldiers does not require lo very extent the cooperation of the general public and for this reason it Joes not secure a great, deal have any idea of the Immense pro- gram that Is under way for the care ot the veterans: The provided by the Govern- meat, most of >vblch is now co-or- dinated under the Department oJ Sol- Jters'' Civil' Re-establishment and much of which was previously oper: Eted-by-the Military Hospitals Com- Quietly-carrying on'a trfc- mendous work. Tha organization al- eubtcrlptlon ln'J the "lml Pri> delivered. F" wceX......19 pillyi delivered, per year Of ihe returned soldier Is going Bally, by mall, psr year ......H'! Uo be pretty thoroughly and ellective- Wcekly, bj nail per year .....11.51' I and PubliiVr. LCTHBRIDCE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANYj LIMITED ttt Wl Street South. LttKbrldgi W. A. Buchanan and Managing Director -Tortaaca Mum" I TELEPHONES OKtce PICKED PA SSING THE BUSY MAN The Labor League of, New York bas decided to enter political arena next fall. Tho production ol fraphlto across the border last year Increased to (HHJ.WO pounds. Gorman agricultural report torVcst- cm and .northwestern Germany states that tbe crops are1 from tUrea to !our week's.earlier thin in 1917. Zell...Utinl was arraigned at Atsiies for con- ducting public eiblbitlond of, hypno- jress achieved Indicate lrs. Mar> Sherrafsky waa ynocked down and dialled liai1 to bs laten nosuital wllb >neavy loss to the raiders, I Sew York aud Halifax are preparing today.for possible air ratds by hydro- planes which may have been carried Across tie Atlantic the fierman opc-ratlng off the Araerl- coast. Sjeat- .olfensive has dwindled ay the; fact tist.. soldkrs .aro to Isolated at'tacts cn'tte Aisne ;tront. now bBios trained in 179 occupatioDS On the front at Mallnrourt and near j Courses .of.- industrial- rMducatlon Amiens the Germans auempinl .a I hivo bsen. provided for 3.269 returned rild of some magnitude on British i of have- so.-tsr ines tat this was repulsed with i progressed in physical recovery that they have begun training for their new civil occupations. Most of these men have ieeb' discharged anil nro recelv- jns vocational pay allowances while hey train: Others began receiving In- tructlSn before they were discharged. The ITS occupations in which men are training cover almost the entire ield of ordinary They In- agricullure, arohitecture, ap- >Hed science, ad. writing, benci car- icjitrr, busineES, bar- beriog.. uuildins inspection, banting, Soot making icommeicial illustration elegraphy, cinema.cgrapb c meat and testlog and elecfrical animal husbandry, har- tf HE MAYOR'S GARBAGE STRUCK' REPORT. iTbe' mayor has submitted a report the operation of the much-olscuis >d garba'ge truck which goes to shavr the sarfng effected the J3ld stvle ofgarbage collection almost for. the truck In one year. For 'ourselves, we hope his state- ment is right. The cfiv bas had too many white elephants on Its hands In tney'past. will, however, res erre judgment until the truck bas been year's operation. The principal criticism, however, -thai for the same amount 'of money, or for.a lesser motor garbage removal equipment conld have Iieen .phtained Tvhlcb wonld have been much ore enltable for the work alled upon 10 do still "lands it 1 Tha the chief cntidjm o' tn rate- payers ivhen tile track fir t appeared on tree! eerlng. Held gas making pectloa. lib- rarian's rncphanlcal dentistry and music, mono- type operating, navigation, stcno graphy, (allonns teaching, '..elc. The1 'Cinadian dlsiDleoV; saldler Ts the recipient ot the mo einart ad vice aad assistance the state cm siv hini Expert medical officers a err broken leg. lain, tie ei'.entjX his physical ability, Editor Lethbrldge Herald. Re the into Garbago True a'jout which there -was' cbnsjfcjabl adverse criticism, pUaie -let-me mnk a few remarks which will be tplluwec by a statement whlch'Vflll clear up tli mailer much' as a' Epecnlativs on can be cleared up. .A new entorpm of any kind, no matter what th nature of It may be, milst be more o less speculative, and its tut uyp, ca never be eiactly' forecasted. Th Auto-OarBage Truck is no exception to tbl rule However 'the tinXuown quantity caji be reduced to a minimum jy engineering experience and "'e Y-think both of. these elements navo been brought lo bear on tim Auto- Garbage Truck for lie Ihol'the matte- of sub titullng it fortho horse and cart method of Jiandling this clh s garbaseJiad been council consideration at different period for fnlly a year during wnicb. different costs and conditions vftre cropping up iha made a Decision dlllicult but nfter lhey were all summed up and tablUted" that onr old was an and la it elf fce improved it was decided to tn thing that was capable 'of cipaasjpa and Improvement that -would anr ez'ra burd a of taxation people It seemed the Dr. Ramon Valdei, president ot the epuliltc of Panama is Presldeat Wilson claims that the S. leads the' world in the moral are of its ivrmy. Jlev. Robt. Marshall, retired Baptist dlnlster, father of Joshua Mar- ball, died at Atwood. .Mrs. Hugh R. Rood, wealthiest wo- lan In the Pacific northwest, bis een married a third time. Her bus and 'js Commander Mark Ellis, U.S. GOT. Whitman, of New Yort-_hai ppolnted a conirnillee of twelve to ipposa the, proposed control Juited S.tates .Boundary by "edcral authorities. At tho luncheon to be' tendered th Duke Devonshire on tbe occasion ot his visit to ftoods'tock- on June 11 he, wives of theLCltj- aldermen will be conspicuous'- by' absence. Jules Archaabault. 19 years of age ompiercial traveller, Montreal, com wilted suicide in the Royal Hotel at Que., by taking carbolic acid. C. F, 'Plewniiin military secretary for the at Ottawa has re; signed to accept n position of boys' work secretary tor the Winnipeg asso- ciation Motorcycle Officer J. H. Craig, ot Walkeryllle. suffered a fractured leg and Mllo Cpyteon, thirteen yean old, was painfully Injured when the officer ran Into the chasing: a speeder. .y Agnes May, the" five-year-old daugh- ter of Mrs. Thomas Dzwson, of Win nlpeg, dropped oh the street and sud- denly expired.'The little one was on her way back to school when she was suddenly stricken. Chief Commissioner of th9 Hallway i Board has decided that grain should carried through at the old rates, within two months there- will be se- urcd in the province ot British Co- umbla every month sufficient spruce ogs for tho production of aeroplanes. trip In connection with an aerlal.poslat'servlcG between England md-Krance waa made iu and ten minutes. .The Federal Trade Commission charge' that two of tho five great packing plants sold meat and unfit human con- sutnptlon to tho U. S. army. The New York Zoological "Socict> is being- sued for by tho guardians ot Blanche Guui, who was almost scalped by a bear In the society's gardens. A deficit for ordinary admlnistra tive requirements exists in Montrca amounting to-J3.92C.OCIO. and tho esll male for needed street work amounts lo Principal Bruce Taylor denies-tiiat the Science Faculty of Queen's Uni- versity will ho closed next Cession owing to the small by war D. Morrow, Presbyterian, known widely, as son" was the subject of a blood trans- :usioa- operation In Toronto and Is reported to bo progressing favorably. Fire destroyed (he J. K. Moss Tan- Gom With Blue-jay NOW Has a Two-Day L Guest school of .Thorndale, teacher-In the public was put under arrest by the-Jcqjpafr.-police as a de-[ faulter inder Service IllneM lr, his treason 'fpn not report- Ing Cue-t "claims One-linndred tons of .white, snxar wero deslroyedyby water leaking into the hold of trie-- 'steamer Oatland which arrived William from Montreal The sugar was consigned to LwesIeni nlng Company's plant, controlled by Armour and Co., at Xoxoa; 26 miles from Wilkcsbarre, Penn., entailing a tho' judge's shoulder, seven-year-old .Maria Bcrtrand (old In court how her falhet had killed her mother- with a hatchet in Uichlne. s suburb of Montreal: Arrangements have been made b> tho fish branch of tho Ontario Oov ernment to protect tbe_ purchasers, of Government fish fronp paying cior-l bitant prices. Elgin .County' Council decided to purchase- the Hatheway farm property ic in .the township of Yarmouth for 000' for he gravel pit on the land.i- and the "Hepburn farm for the ot 550 per acre. Stop Pnin IruUnlljr End Completely Scientific THIS peer In tl the old days, apd why neatly every- body had Moil MaVeJ and OBcea week. Thcy liiujtotnd them Many pecple then hid cores half as sy g To prclectltie y to ther com pad. Tlius were always kcj-l nrntehtlr- -And thccornslayedcn, lhatli certain acjd often loMcoed yp a corn. A Eood of _ j. t They vocertalri- And rarely eonficrt to the corn. i Piecfl on Hiehcalltjy Ihtt often lei lo Teaple trtetl one, thfti but'au wero eUVe, So they finsUr (Jiscou r; peed Thtn they ,weai tack to pirtnfi and ?a one or recoiti I tltfprmed neatlr every foot A ochc UlletitcJ nearly every occasion. every prcltr loot hid a pad oa It. And paring WM as thebBth-iL That Ii true cf nuiyans suffer Now you why. TJluVjjy tndfd ti thlit eentle way, t.orm rtmos1- of iiUv- the corns which develop if e now brine ended in thisv.-ay. reople cf kr-ji entirely free from eornK: AtVlhf folkl you. You be BRI hovf few pecple nowaday! >v, TryBIue-jayononecorntonlehL rcsujtk, cocn It to all corns. Every ocff corn nHtr that will have a live-day limit' V f- BLACKi Umited, New York of elc. James Buchanan, a retired farmer! The earth, rendered slack by tho ro- _J Tilllverton. had a narrow escape] cent showers, caved: In on him, only from death while working In a sewor.' his hat oeinB visible. Ions at the J90 080090, planQSfe- TJupont Fngl Is at Hadtey's jonjlio Pher he thrft ho tot trained for uo is not physically able to do Then oc Truck was the way out and Etaleraent vnll bear me conclusion, that the Coun TIME FOR "BLUFFING1 fiAS CEASED may be the decision of .the prOFoced committee of ratepayers named by the city council to consider the advisability of postponing the tax substituting court proceed- ings for the enforcement of the pay- tax arrears, Is one J phase of the problem whlcl the _com j'mlHce should make absolutely clear i cnpatlonal or vocational i trained in judging character and per- soaality'Vno are acquainted with the demands and. opportunities of in- dustry adyUe ;as to the occupation best auiledTto tie Individual soldier. These counsellors are being recruited throughout Canada from tbe provin cial and municipal sTvicee Irom thft- coun ellore-l cii'was not ha ty bat gave tbe. mjtter aboul 3 oclock In tie afternoon ue consideration and did the ling. In this estimate u Divers HIM schools from proles IM to the members ot the council and i are liat !a that there "hould bo no moreiallj tije lustries. and as far as po iblajrley 'are relumed men t'ablo to Judge the needs of tbe "bluffing" about the collection of taxes It the council with tbe advice of rbie committee decides thct adver Used tai sale time was 111- conaloered then let the council pro- feed vlgorousl} with the cou t pro- ceedings If howeverj It is dec'ded to [0 ahead with the tax sale le DO hesitation about IL For three yaars row, we have heard threats of 'distraint and suit and tli sales but nothing eyer done. the habit of considering threats regarding tax sales ftnd the result- Is that many citizens could bavfe done so failed to pay Ihelr.taxM, and hfre gotten Into ths habit of considering the lait In ntfid'of'the first charic against Uielr property. It li' ttai m to have commenced leading up to the date o tho ttxSato to convince th D did not atternp t'b dltvMe ol Victor the of CaniJa nit jtie i jnd'id haie endearored in etii -mMd !or the propertr that 'lib 10 hamrfle'r ITth giut wrac The psychologic, o rsier v >our cll> yollrtelve? Dijn' forrd tblnfis aro not always they Yours truly, JD.I? Hurary Hurry The first thing yon know tho grain will ho cut and the money In the bank and the California for Ihojjrlnfer CHANCE 800 Acres, house, barn, granaries, fenced, 400 acies in crop, ing line Tjlaled during dry (30.90 per acre. Temx. t J. Harris .-ps.'-r. If s the great war time sweetmeat; benefit, the1 pleasure, the econ-, package ofWRlGLEV'S made (t ttie vourlte "sweet ration" ol the Allied armies. -send it to your friend at the front: hanuiest, longest-lasting re- freshment he carry. CHEW IT AFTER EVERY Made in Canada ;