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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LET 1^etbbv(^oc U^eialb Xetbbri&ge, fllberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor* and Publlsherb fHB LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 23 6th Strtet South. Lethbrlds" W, A. Buchanan Frosidant and Managing Director John Torianco   Business Manager TfiLf-PHONES Business Office ...........1252 Wltorjal Office.............. Subicriptton Ratcax Dstly, delivered, per week......10 Dally, delivered, per year .....15.00 DfJly, by mall, per ^^ear ......$4.00 Weekly, by mall, per year .....11.50 Weekly, by mail, per year to D.3..�2.O0 good, siibsl.Tiillnl Bchool it Is nroot that, thfi'ritlzelis bclIOvo in thr plaro ai\d its fiUiirp. Southern Aiberlir noeil not worry about the faith of Its people in tlie future of the country. Thcro isn;t, a community of any size throughout it.s lenfi(|i and broadtli Uiat hasn't a fino^ niotlern brloU sdiool, cqiilppod with up to date appliances. Down south thcro are splcn-iliil schools ' at i^ardston, Mapiath. Kayniond. StlrlinK. Warner and .Mill; HIver. lyast wo find. Taber, t'oaUlale Grassy .Ijakc, Barnwell, already possessing larj^e. "modern scliool.-;. while-Row Island's ^ow school 1b almost ready.,for occupation, llurdett and Foremost will soon have new NTRIGUE BROKE SPIRIT OF THE RUmiANKING Emperor Charles Persuaded Ferdiniind that "Kings Must Stick Togethei- Now." PAILY Ht?,RALD WRI^NKSD.W, .ll'N'l'V 12. iniR London. Mnv 21.-(Correspoudcnco , of the Associated I'ress.)-A' private consolidated schools, a? Rood as any . ^^^^| j,^,,,,.^,, ignyr written to King Fer-In the district. To the north and west j ,u,iand of Koumania by Emperor the same etorv, onlv probablv ' Charles, in the latter part of Kob-linrl seeker ' ruarv, marked tlie turning point in ' UouuKuiia's participation In the v,-orld : war and was one of tho deciding tae-: tors in the long series of Intrigues Dates of eiplry of subscriptions fear dally on address labeL Acoept-nca of papers r.ltc. eiplratitn date la our authority to continue the subscription. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. The German forces conducting tho offensive in France were taken by surprise last night in counter attacks by the French and Americans, in it is more of It. When the sees tho Southern Alberta school buildings he dopsn's need to nsk any more Questions; ho knows at once that the country is .i?ood enough to invest in and life in. A country without good schools won't last lon.g and won't attract tho right kind of people. wliich eventually broke the spirit of the Roumanian king. Under this outside pressure. King Ferdinand changed from an ardent supporter of the war against Oermnny Into ' a hike warm vascillating opportunist, and finally into a diatlncl peace advo-j cate. I "This la a time when kings must i slick together." This is the most to ' striking sentence of the letter of Rm-i peror Charles. The letter never has citizens residing in Canada have been !"1 '^'^'stenco' up to this time has been known only to called up for service and some people ! h few persons outside tho highest wonder why. ; circles in Koumania. A summary of Harold Clum. United States consul i contents was communicated to th'e .American minister and to tho .\sso- AMERICAN CITIZENS AND MILITARY SERVICE. Since tho recent amendments the Military Service Act .-\.merican -^PICKED UP IN'* THE BUSY MAN Hon. Albert Sevlgny law office In Montreal. will open a ,lohn C. Uosc, clerk of the, township of Orlllln, is dead. Lumber prices are shortly to fixed by tho IJ. S, tioverniuent. be * Table d'hote meals may doned in U. S. hotels,. be aban- whlch several villa'ges were retaken i ad many prisoners captured. The ! "t Calgary has explained tho relatiort , correspondent iu .lassy surprise of i>e Germans was complete, j of Americans in C4inada to the .Mill-i by a high official, who is one of.tho and the French were able to inflict j tary Service laws by saying that those most 3teadta�t friends great losses in addition to taking pri- I �ho had not registered under the soners. The Americans in their attack took more than 300 prisoners. The British also condiicted an attack in which prisoners were taken. .-VK together tiie allied forces took more than 1000 prisoners during the day. SCHOOL FAIR IS A GOOD THING. COaldale is going to have a school �t friends of the Allies the Rouuuniian court. American draft laws, and who were j I" intimate tones, the Aiieti-ian Ein-., , ,, ,, , j peror directed the attention of King' of the prescribed age, wore liable to , Ferdinand to the great danger for all; military service in Canada in that ' moniirchial institutions from tho I gone to TortSnto to train for they could not get proof of their cit- ! wave of Socialism was sweeping East izen,=hip, the Jalter being required by Lleut.-Col. ,T. N. t'.unn. well known Calgary physician, has been awarded the D.S.O. Capt. Viscount Krlclgh. spn of Ixird Reading, has been awarded the Military , Cross. Pto. Sam Hngo, a returned soldier, was drowned in W^iscana Lake, Re-gina. .1. .-V. llagoninn, of Unity, was elected Grand .\|aster of the SiiaUatchewan Oddfellows. President Wilson is urging tho adoption of woman suffrage mi the Eouisaija Legislature. M omen conductors will soon .I'ppoar on Baltimore street cars, but only for the duration of the war. Three New England piano plants, almost wholly alien-owned, have been seized by U. S. officers. With the exception of 1011, this year's cotton crop in the south will be the best for a decade. Rev. C. 0.' Stone, of Vegreville, has Ihfi has the Canadian authorities. He explained further that this proof of titizen-ship would only satisfy the Canaiiian authorities when it was the official certificate of the consular offices, and fair this fall. The prize lists are out | that such could not be obtained by ................ ____^ and the date is set. It is called the j fnited States citizens who had failed | grapple with democracy and promised j a new church at a cost of $G,000. It first annual show, but Coaldale is progressive enough not to drop such a good movements Coaldale is about as advanced aa agricultural community as thera.is in tlie district. Its fine school building proves that. It believes in encouraging agriculture by encouraging the schobl_ children to become so interested in agriculture that they �will not want to letive the farm for the city. Proper development of the mind during the school years �will overcome much of the 'prejudice 9gainst farm life. The scli,ool fair inspires interest in things agricultural and -tt-hen pupils become competitive in agricultural matters at the rural school, they will compete in later years to prove that they are good farmers. It is good . farmers, educated farmers that, we need in this country and every other country . to register. If the American youth is not caught in one country, he will be landed in the other, and so witli the Canadian youth who tries to dodge service by going over to Uncle Sam. To escape military service those days it Is mighty hard to find a safe location. Mexico is the nearest neutral, but it is a poor harbor for the non-figliter. for a scrap is likely to start there any minute. Royal Flying Force, which he ern Europe. He drew a heartfelt pic-' joined, tiire of the danger to Austria of thej - spread of Bolshovikism across the! j. o. Feltus has resigned his posl-Uuc^sian border and declared the Ron- tlon of deputy provincial fire com mani.in dynasty was in equal danger niisslonor of Saskatchewan and 'will from the same source. remove to Winnipeg. Emperor Cliarles pleaded with tlie i - Roumanian king to join, with other i St. .Matthew's .\nglican congrega-inonarchies in Europe in the death i tlon at Estevan has decided to ereot that if Ferdinand -would abandon the AUifjs, Germany and Austria would support him in retaining his throne. The earlier attitude of King Ferdinand toward the war offers a striking contrast to the subsorvient tone of his letter Uils month to Proinier Margliiloman. '.As late as mid-February the king expressed to the Associated Press correspondent a desire that an interview or a statement showing his loyal adherence to the alliance with the Entente should be published in America. THE CLOSE OF A WELL LIVED LIFE. The press has been, paying tribute i to John Ross Jlobertson., .Nbt^a singie ! word too much has been said or i written. John feoss Robertson " was ' the sort of a man who Tuade strong friends and strong enemies. The , friends could never forget his i many noble (lualities, his -big-' ness of heart, his democratic : will have a seating capacity for 200. Two farmers, William Lackey and Richard Gogglns, 'of Madoc, Ont., were found dead In their beds at the Kerby House, Toronto, having been-| suffocated by lllunjlnating gas. The Yorkton town council refused to grant ,tho use of tho municipal hall for a Sunday meeting to be addressed by F. J. Dixon. M.P.P.. of Winnipeg, on "The Canadian-Commonwealth." Archdeacon Martoll is dead at Wind-sor.yN'.S. Tho Lome Hotel at Wliitcmoulh, .Man., was destroyed by fire. .Ml V,. S. citizens aro askod to report loafers to Uiu nuthbrlti^s. . Swarms of locusts, "are d.ailiiiging crops In south western'Virginia. Major ThOH. Kelly,'a vntenm ot tho Northwest rebellion, died at Ottawa. Some forty war training schools and camps are located In the State of Texas. U. S. Food Administrator Hoover Is about to tako over control ot ice distribution, Jlayor Davidson, of .Moose Jaw, was elected president of the Snskatche-i wan Muulclpalitios Association. John Porter, Slmcfto lawyer, lias been appointed t'ounty treasurer ot Norfolk. Alex. Stewart; a well known . old-timer In-tho Knotonay and Upundary country, died'at Vancouver. Ho \\as a druggist and came from .Nbw-castlo. New Brunswick. Ho located in Nelson In IS'.iS. Action by the G6vernment in regard to the case of Captain George Bailey, sentenced tor uttering statements-at a Toronto * temperance meeting which �were considered detrlmoutal to recruiting, is oxpocted shortly.  To relieve nresstirn on thn Justice Department, the Uomission Branch has been temporarily transferred to the department of tho Solicitor (.len-oral. This applies to cases other tlinn capital cases. Eastern Methodist Conforencci have ele/ted their presidents as follows: Jrontreal, Rev. Geo. S. Cleii-dennlng, ot Kingston; Toronto. Rev. R. J. D. Simpson, ot Toronto; London, Rev. ,T. E. Holmes, o� London; BAy of QUInte, HeV. S. C. Moore, Bel-lovlllo. ' B. W. K. Kdnionds. special agent of the Canada Life Assurance company lii Saskatoon; lui% acci^ptcd the position of assistant siiperlntondont of the motor truck department) ot the Urniii Growers' Grain company In Winnipeg. Wandering into a neighbor's house through the ^^0v^t door svhen no one was aro\iiid and seeing a box containing pfTTs which slie thought to lie caiidiea. Loriui, tho ' iwli-year-old, daughter of .Mr. and .\lr.s. II: \. llar-ily, of Ottawa, ate some anil was dead In a short time. .\ccordlnK to Lingoh Wang, Chinese consul in Vaut^ouver. a considerable body of Chinese trohps are boing^ tralnod in-China in^treiich warfare ^and will bii sent to one of the fightnig fronts -soon. . Th(! men are being drllli?d by French (Officers who have seen service on tlio western front. Joseph Anderion, of lied, Di'cr, sold a fine grade shortbDi'u ciiw to .loliu .Marsliall, of Calgary, for ?l,sn. Mr. Anderson says ho sold good cows with calf at toot eiglit yours .ikd for This particular cow was only led on hay all winter and wa� never in the stable. Her mensiirenien^s when laU-011 off Iho'gnisR last fail were-l.CiiO pounds. (From Our Own trorrnspondi-nt) MagrHtTi, Juno 10.-A new hrns.-! band has been started. For a. long tinio tho absonco of a biind has been felt. Si> under the direction of tho Women's Institnlo and through the help of the town council HBveral new instrumeiitii have boon bought \and much Is expected from the offorla of tlio young boys who make up tho band. , .Magrntli liuH ii member of the provincial police forco again. For nearly a year we have hewn without their proleiMon. W'e art} gladto have their preHoiico. It help's In' those trying limes The last several dayij have been extra hot. The thorinoniotDr going aa higli as no in tho shade. A hot. wind has becMi blowing, taking tiulte a lot of moist uBo from the ground. The crops are not siiffoting yet, but n good ra>ri would bo appreciated. .V rumor, comiim to Magrtfln that our soldier boys at Sarceo were going this week, has caused manyof our townnpeoplo to rush to Calgary (o see tho boys before' thej' sail for the seat of w,'ir. Such n rumor la startllnf,- l^n it was lexpocted that "leaves" would A NINETY MILL RATE FOR TABER ^ra]or A.Jir Tyh'o, of Miiiitreal. for merly in command of the Forty Sec- i he given the boys before they loft. Olid Wing at Uosermito, has been po.^ted at heaquarters and been appointed inspector of the li. .\. F. training in (Xanadu. .Major F. li. Woodman, of Wiunipeg, has been _broughi Kasl and will assume command of the Forty Scconil Siiiiadron at Doscr-onio iu succession to .Major Tylee. ^ .\n old niivn. a Swiss Grriuaii. but \ claiming to lie a loyal intizeii, and a | man who voted for Union Govern-1 meat, living at Markervllle, in tlie | Red Deer district, of tar and fea .___ . ,. men of the neiAliborhood a few days ago. Tho provincial police looked into the affair'and brouglvt them all before .lustices Wallace and .McLwinau at 1(0(1 Deer and tlioy were fiiuid ?10'| apiece and costs. Tlie old goiitlemaii was not injured in any way. llo seemed to have had sonic words with tho men, wiio were sore at being called up: Tuber 'I'Inie.h.--Xh^ town council at strict, wiis given a coat ; tjn^r meeiiiig on ,'S'lQnday overling nc-atlu-rs by thirteen yumifi j cepteil .reports'from tlie committee �'wlilclr aro of considerable importance; �" � was a report of the Fire, Tlio first Wdt^ir aud I.,iglit committee recommending an increase in tlie number of water services, and and the second was a report fronf the finanqe committee reeomniondiug that the mill rate for liilS he W) mills. Both these bylaws will, be dealt with by the council at its next meoting. MAYOR'S LETTER ONTAXSALEI? Capt. W. H. Hayward, M.L.A., for Cowichan, B.C., will resign his seat In the Legislature because ot criticism of his absence from his constituency. He is on overseas service. The Government of South Africa has decided to augment by a shilling a day aa from April 1, the allowances o wives and dependents of South Af-I Tican soldiers now serving outside tlie I'nion. ^ The following is" a copy of the Mayor's-letter to the -city council THE ATTACKS ON ' , . i which has-'brought about the recon- �rup V M r I : aijgration of the tax'8_ale question. THE Y. M. C. A. nature; and his abhorrence of wrong ! A copy_of the letter is 'oeing'mailed Recent attacks ot Y.M.C.A. war joi,g enemies might not-like his i to each member of the. conimlttee: work; should be taken with a few | ^^^^^^3 p, many 'questions but they grains ot salt. One returned officer | ,^3^ to respect him a� a strong and fearless nev.spaper who has been wounded on active ser-ylcB, declares most ot the kickers are men W-bo never saw France and they are simply ''peddling a grouch."' Sir John Gibson, former lieutenant gov,-ernor of Ontario, and a military officer ot note, who has just returnafl from France says the veterans who ere making attacks on the Y.M.C.A. iiave been misled by jealous detractors. The Alberta Veteran advises veterans not to talk against the Y.' M.C.A. unless they can prove what they say. That's good advice. The Y. MiQ.A.'e not perfect, but most of the returned men, and the men who are pow at the front, speak highly of its wrk, and we are prepared to accept the opinion of the majority rather tihau the minority, who may liave some petty prejudice or who may be "peddling a grouch," as the officer ne-/er attemo.ed to serve his own ends, but was always fighting what he honestly ponsidered to be the battle of the common people. John Ross Robertson was a self made man. The Toronto Telegram was made by John Ross Robertson and so was that institution ho loved and endowed, the Hospital for Sick Children In Toronto. In whatever pursuit he engaged, wihether is was Uie Masonic Order, the Ontario Hockey Associa-ijlon, the pnhliahing of the Landmarks of Toronto, the publishing of The Telegram or the direction of the Hospital for the Sick Children, John Ross Robertson's whole mind and body- j Gentlemen: j A new condition with respect to ' the tax sale has been 'bfoiight to my publisher, who ,attg,(jon i,y who have read the publication of interviews from Mr, j Maruoch's pen, since the .tax-sala pro-I ceedings were commenced by the j city. .Many who had" |io doubt about ; the advisability of purchasing prop-i erty at the tax sale/nr'e'lioivdisposed i to question it. A tew" have expressed 1 themselves to me arid It is only nat-i ural to suppose that if I get the ex-I pressions of a few there must be a I large number similarly affected, j It anything comes-true-Hire the ex-i pressions made to me; the tax �ale I will leave 50 per cent, of the property i on the city's han^a. ^his would create a very embarrassing' position for the city, in fact 1 liirghf say it would put the city in an impossibly position. - i i The point at isaue now is, should the tax sale, go oh and the'answer and pocket book, too-were at its i can only he "No" If'the ajjove toreeast beck and call. He made money but he i-is likely to be true, for the follojving didn't lioard it. *rhe wealtlh of John Ross Robertson was not Inherited and All deaths In the A.E.P. other than those directly traceable to wounds, will in future be categorized under the general Heading "accidents and other causes." It ;6 .nnderstood tba;t Colonel Frank Rold; who had charge of the polling of the overseas vflte in tho general ejections, has been made a brigadier general. Colonel Reid went over with the first contingent aa a member of that force from London, Ont. / - Strong, opposition to employment of Orientals as travelling salesmen by wholesale houses, manufacturers, Jobbers and brokers, was expressed In a. resolution adopted at the annual sess^pn ot the grand council ot Manitoba, Saskatcliewan and Alberta Commercial Travellers. \ canvas made of leading f/uit growers of the Niagara Palls secflon indioatofi- that the peachr- .crop-, this year will not be more than a quarter crop, This is largely owing to the severe winter when mofit of-the wood was Icjlled by the froat. Other fruits,' particularly apples,' look like' a fine crop. ' > AVorking men of the United States L "irtlie tax sale Is proceeded with. 1 ,*''"' l"; ""'^ ^ APPEAL TO STOP WATER WASTE IS TIMELY. The city's appeal to the citizens to'prevent water waste should be heeded. There is no doubt that there |s �n enormous waste ot water In the (!ity. Lothbrldge stands about second in the West in water consumption pgr capita, and considering the fact tUpt water must bo pumped to a 5fight ot 350 feet or more, It is evi-ent ihat we aro very careless, thus plUng'an ^expense on our shoulders. K'At tl�e same time it la^vident that j^Ucb'Ot our water waste is due to de-(witlvjB mAlnB. We appreciate the dit-fu\ty |n locating these, but it woi'ld ' well It Bometbing could be done overcome the difficulty. The loss trpm gefcictive taps, which tlie city la C0nsi4'ewU|. the advisability of repair-iBtl, u but a traction ot the waste il^>X do not see'how It'coUId bo done succesafully. In view of the above, and .the fact that it Is likely to hecOme a'very involved phase of civic affairs. ! would suggest that a cominltteo of citizens he cailed in to dIacuAs the matter. Voura truly,' '1 ISgd.) W. D.-I.r. HARDIE, ' � � .- ^ Mayor. > NOBLEFORD WOMEN'S INSTITUTE- , / iN'obleford. Juiie'12.--A moel-iiiK of the Wuiunn'K In'stltuti) .will .be \\vM\ TliurSd-uy- iflCer; ? iioiiii at  ;i o'clock at Mrs. o consiellation aqullla was discovered at 1.20 a.m. Surtday by Dr. George Peters and Professor W. M. Conrad, ot the United States naval obaervatory party at Baker, Idaho, to study the eclipse. It was discovered wbllo the scientists were developing photographic plates of the ocllpsR, each seeing It- nt the same moment between Allaire and Vega. , ^ Saskatchewan .Melhodlsl Conforenfco elected the following ministerial delegates to-the .Methodist General Cop ferencp InHaniilton this tall. Hov. M. M. Bennett, presiilont ot Saskatchb-won Conference; llev. Chas. End! edit, SaskaHion; Itov.' J.'.'T. Hartley; Indian Head, past president of Coi�-ferpnce;-^v. T. .laejispn Wray, Kosev town; Rev. Or: O. Darwin, and Hov,' J. A, Doylo. Hupla. of mlBslonB; Di^ Salem G. IJlaud; Dr. Robert .\lllll-)ieii;,D.r.. I'J., w...,t(^pJ.)fq,�d^ H.WtJiia � CcHlBfee.; Dr. W. \V.:, Andrews; 'Rev. Hugh Dobsoii; llev, .1. II. Toole; Hov, a. K. I!. Adama; Itev. II. 0. Cairns; Rov.,Warrun Uothwell, und Uuv, J. 11. Ariiup * breath, appetite, digestion. Sealed "Give It Please, daddy. t9 t9 **Why Bobto. if you wait a bit for it.youMI have it to enjoy longer r* Too-Poo! That^s no argument with WRIGLETS 'cause the flayour lasts, anyway -After everj^ meal ;