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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta tHB DAILT HEHALP be OAlkV ANDWIIKLY iWffMtwn ind PubliiMrsi LtTMMIDOl HIRALO PRINT INO LIMlTKt v Pretldftnt ftftd Managing Director Buslnwi Office ISM MltOtfci per rear by per year fcr per year by mail per year to of eipfry of subscriptions op dally on address Accept of expiration data U authority to continue tba sub THE PROGRESS Or THE The Americans performed another brilliant feat on the Aisne front In Prance yesterday and this morning when they captured a village at the point of the bayonet and took Ger man inflicting heavy losses on the opposing The Ameri cana and French gained considerable ground in the and were able to inflict a rather severe defeat on the The night was quietalong the Bri tish front according to th official NOT GETTING SQUARE Who sends out the weather report Lethbridge On Wednesday this district was by half an inch of On Thursday morning when the Wednes day weather report came over the the temperatures for Leth bridge were but there wae a in the precipitation Many people throughout the West are anxious to know crop and weather conditions in Southern Alberta and they look to the Lethbridge weather report to keep them Our fail ure to do so as in the cage of Wednes is not helping our We Juve noticed similar occurrences sev eral times in the and we would suggest that the Board of Trade take to hare the Lethbridge weather properly represented OPINION BASED ON AVAILABLE On a couple of occasions recently HrsWorship the Mayor has intimated that The HeraldIB not sufficiently Informed to intelligently criticize certain municipal the same Observation has been made by him with to our editorial setting the time for bluffing about the collection of tax arrears has The in common with the re mainder of the can only take the facts as presented at the city In connection with the tax we have not the 1917 auditors report as and can only take the general which are that at the beginning of the year there were over in taxes This considerably more than one years We know that the mayor in his to the auditors reports of and 1916 pointed out strongly what the city could do to enforce tax jpayment We know that up to the two or three nothing been done up till the decision to hold the tax the postponement of which is now under Considering these it should hardly be Necessary for UB to chartered accountants and muni cipal experts at the city hall in order tq form a basis for opinion that up te date the collection of tax ar reajrjiy has mostly been of That dpinlon may Hot square with the opinion iii the city hall quar lut teat does not make It a crim inalctf fence for us to hold an opinion though that opinion may be We have not yet reached the etage of dealing in readymade opin Jons on muaicpal great Industrial and commercial peo ple and In our ability to wage fln ex port1 war against ttftft The suggestion liaabeen made more than nnd in highly responsible quar that If Germany should continue to carry on bor present brutal war against the the United States should confront her with the threat of an economic war After she has been defeated on the field of The subject has been given great prominence has received the very highest authority and sanction in recent action by the Chamber of Commerce of Hie United States of whose headquarters are in The Chamber of Com presented fon the consideration of the National Chambit1 through referendum vote of its the paramount question of preventing excessive rearmament after the through discrimination against Germany In eyport if this ehould be considered to be nec essary for This was pre sented In the following preambles and The size of Germanys present armament and her militaristic attitude have been due to the tact that her government te a military riot responsible to the Ger man people The size of the Ger man armament after the war will be the measure of the greatness of the ar mament forced on all nations and Careful analysis of ec onomic conditions shows that the size of Germanys future armament will fundamentally depend on her after war receipts of raw materials and profit from her foreign trade In our opinion Hie Am erican people for the purpose of pre venting an excessive armament will assuredly enter an economic combin ation against if government al conditions in Germany make it necessary for We believe the Ameri can people will not join in discrimi nation against German goods after the war if the danger of excessive ar mament hat been removed by the fact that the German Government has In reality become responsible instru controlled by the German people be it That the Chamber of of the United States of America earnestly calls the attention of the business men of Germany to these conditione and urges them also to study this situation and to co end that a disastrous be averted and lastingpeace may be made The vote throughout the country closed on February when 535 situated in 46 states and in the Dlstrct of Columbia and in had filed The count showed that were in favor and only 151 against the The Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America is commit ted to the question if more than one third of the voting strength of the Chamber is recorded and if more than twothirds of the votes re presenting more than 20 favor of the Since this proportion wasexceeded and it was found that votes were in favor of an economic war against 151 op Chamber of Commerce of the United Stites Ojf America is com njitted to the endorsement of this mo mentous New York is In the throw of the beer shortage In Taxation In the reach total of Louis is running a religious abaret to lure Charles ten years overnor of Oxford County died t A naval patrol has been establish d on the Alaskan cotit to discourage Thomas convicted frteco has been to t William a fishermen on he fell overboard am was rowned at Prince The Chicago City Council has ad ministered six distinct rebukes to Inyor Use of cane sugar substitutes in oft drinks would save tho States tons a Twelve University of Nebraska rofessors face a Jury on disloyalty Two thousand alleged draftevaders were rounded up in Ari Chicago is considering closing all abaretg at 1 for tho duration of Oie Fifteen thousand more Red Cross urscs are to be recruited acrose the Nine thousand bueines men have ohmteered their serviqes to Wash ngton for the duration of the President Wilson will probably uthorize a corporation to andle the war housing One hundred city employes of Dal are going out into the harvest Wool from President Wilsons sheep etched as high as a pound at a led Cross New Englands coal supplies will ost 50 cents a ton mostly due o the freight rate Glengarry Presbyteryhag sustain id the call to Finch of Me is food regulation after Southern Alberta can get along much better automobiles than without big The order af fecting he importation of priced care is not out of TRADE WITH GERMANY AFTER THE The other day The Herald repro fluced opinions from various quarters M to the possibility of a trade boy cott of Germany after the and the probability of an announcement of iUfcfl a boycott at aa early date as a We have now at the Scientific a com article setting forth the ignluiou of tbxe Chamber of ijommerce of the United it in JhlB organization with which KUwin here recently on food question is and fts if therefore ot more than pasg The article says There is growing a realization that we paneea a most po tent weapon against Germany in the position we hold a a a We in the West eat too much We need more fruit in order to have what the stockmen call a balanced That is why the war trade boards regulation banning the impor tation of many kinds of fruit is going to be particularly bard on the Something should be done to amend the The city has a nursery with scads of There is much waste space at Henderson Lake Park which would look better for a few How would it be to doy a little summer allowing this year to prepare some spots where groves could be planted next The cost would be al most vThe fine old tune of The Dying Lancer has bred for itself many new sets of one of the best of which is the ditty of the victim of a A handsome young Uv And as on the aerdrome he To the mechanics who round him came sighing These lastdying words he did say Take the cylinder out of my The connecting rod out of mj from under pjy And assemble the engine The Emperor of Austria Is going to war on the Calgary Albertan compositor who was responsible for the following version in that paper on Thursday 1 Ilia Ijigli the German kaiser and king of on the one and his high apostolic majesty the kaiser of Austria anil gink of Hun on the form a cloee mill tary a Usance for twentyfive The financial Montreal presents this view of aome people think a Hinking fund U people understand tiuite well what a sinking fund of in an article on municipal In parts of Canada there is u wide apreacl that ft a fund should be allowed to PICKED PASSING has declined the call to Anns Presbyterian Hugh Ross has resigned charge ot StrabanB1 Presbyterian Hamilton1 Francis a member of The Globe businessstaff 38 years died suddenly The War a composite wood and steel chip has been launched at Commuter rates on New York sub urban been raised ten per Crime In New York in 1917 than in any other year of the present Policeman walking home at 11 oclock in was held up masked gunmen in a desert ed section of if orris street and rob Brown University of1 stripped Von Bernstorff ol the honorary conferred upon him in Grace the irl who slew her lovers baa oeen found guilty of murder in the second The four tons of chicken feed contributed to the Red Cross in New York caused an actual dearth o change in that Chicago packers are demanding a probe into the which they stoutly that they sold un fit to Clarence McKay has offered his Country home on the highest part o Long island as a base I can accommodate 600 The Federal Reserve Bank of New York has purchased a site on Nassau street for an afterwa sbriners have refused to rent their hall to Lindbergh nonpartisan candidate for the Min nesotan Republican Oubernatorla A reduction on phone tolls on tb lines of the New York Telephone which goes into effect July 1 will result in a saving of o subscribers Representatives of rallwa shopmen in Washington asked th railroad administration not to put int effect the new scale of wages wlthou upward revision of their pastor of Wes mount Baptist been ap pointed official visitor to the Cana dlun troops overscan on behalf of th Baptist Wallace wae foi merly chancellor of McMaater Univer the Socialist and rep resentative of tlie Russian Bolshevik was arrested in Philadelphia wnll trying to make a soapbox speech on HtrwKt corner awl was Heldion churgu of inciting to liol and ot Hie of the WM TheNMay T no and a half billion Shoe shMteg on the New orx ferMeV sold i will motors In s tire department Instead ot An eleven billion dollar army ap roprlation bill will be passed by Washington thii StrawberrlM wlTFnot be more thtt alt last crop at Gordon Head nd Sanlch this Alphonic member of ho Legislative Council of led at Mayor Oscar of to ppeallng to Federal authorities to akeover and operate us a war moas re the local traction More than 600 doctors are suffering rom the effects of a disease making n efficacious fight against the omic in chalrrhan of the Shipping feara riveting contests will slow up of was Ing are ill be eitlbUshed tlw totalling over million i tfrierlck Tlppetnry wiu be proolllmed special nillltary It assemblies Ckicago companies are nrc pannt to raise in the east for Chief Noyes of the Fuel Con tells manufactur era their only hope ot getting coal this yetr Is In obtaining war Seven women started work in the car sliops ot Grand Trunk Rail way at and if they make good more will be taken who has Just been appointed by Bishop Williams as rector of Honsall and Stnffa is a returned Identified by his picture on a film in a Windsor the par ents of Daniel 19 yeara are now certain their son is not as they had Wncoln MetaorWl tnltetolty conferred the degree ot Doctor ot Laws upon President The i of gne Masks for t Tcarnert irt of leHf t favorS IL200 iftlftlmlttn to ytflflrrt today ort ilbetitf war tonne to over of has been appointed county Judge for Kent Rnd In succession to the late New Yorks industrial slackers under thel antiloaflng Inoffect July are showing no signs of se curing essential mm Charles of the Crescent had the misfortune of breaking the engine the newlynp pointed Provincial Secretary In tho Martin was tho unani mous choice of the Liberals of Moose Jaw feaa Wen aa a day of national humiliation and prayeif for the success of the TmnsAtlantlc brought ovet passengers to tlto States Intl AttorneyOenefal Gregory It asking the puWlc to report suspected Tho first shark tho sonson been caught off the New Jerscj v No more fuel will be Issued foi steiihi plensiire yachts across Fish packers at Prince Rupert pre viously receiving GO cents an hour struck for btlt finally set tied for 60 The acreage planted In grain nm vegetables this in the Oknniv gan IB about twentjr per large than that of last Richard of Victoria died recently Inhtaxelglityflfth year a resident of the city for the twentyfive Two hundred thousand ed for full service In tho nnnj because ot minor defects 4ir to utilized In other army produc tion I take no drugs no dyspepsia pills no nerve rvi nj i X Kv cures S ffijff W fe I keep myself fit the morning glass of ENO FRUIT SALT i and that spoonful Enos taken in a glass breakfast v is responsible for many a man s clearthinking and business For you cstnt have clearthinking wit a bad stomach and sluggish k If men of active as active with their the chancel are would pot suffer from sour constipation and It it to such men that Enos value as a cafe and unfailing regulator of the and eliminatjve Being a natural composed of all tonic elements of ripe frujt performs its work in a nor mal way without irritation or harmful re It clears the rouses the torpid liver to activity and prdduces a de lightful feeling of liveliness afid vigor that can only arjie from a active physical condition Sold by All only 6j fur North America KITCHIE LIMITED 0 Tovopto a H i 1 I T 1 I I ;